CactusWorld 2022/1


The Society journal appears quarterly and is a richly illustrated, topical and informative journal which is highly respected worldwide. Currently issued in B5 format with beautifully illustrated, laminated covers, the journal runs to approximately 70 pages, though occasionally longer editions are produced as well as Special Issues. Older issues may differ.




  • Editor’s comments by Al Laius
  • Cotyledon – a small, highly diverse and complex African genus by Colin C Walker
  • A new member of the Echinocereus adustus group from Barrancas del Cobre, Chihuahua, Mexico by Ulrich Dosedal & Wolfgang Bulm
  • The etymology of the generic name Kalanchoe by Marco Cristini
  • Zlatko’s favourites by Zlatko Janeba
  • Notes on the typification of Opuntia camachoi (Maihueniopsis camachoi) by Martin Lowry, Elisabeth & Norbert Sarnes
  • Caralluma – an appreciation by John Pilbeam
  • The living rocks of Mexico do not die that easily by Ralph Peckover
  • Robert McKinley Jameson – founder of the Ulster Cactus Club by Ray Stephenson
  • In my greenhouse by John Bayley
  • Seeing Thelocactus hastifer in habitat by Ian Woolnough
  • A long-lost Oxalis rediscovered by Julian Shaw
  • The unusual and specialised areoles of the genus Neoraimondia (Cactaceae) by Massimo Afferni
  • Growing succulents under LED lights by Tom Radford
  • Presidential Plants (1) by Graham Charles
  • Echeverias – a dozen of the best by John Pilbeam
  • CactusTalk
  • Succulents contained by Colin C Walker

Front cover: Desmidorchis retrospiciens photographed in Somaliland.  (Photo: Al Laius)

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