Journal Vol 86-1

January-February 2014



  • The real Agave gigantensis in Baja California Sur, MexicoROBERT H. WEBB & GREG STARR
  • The Hanbury Gardens at La Mortola in Italy: a perfect setting for succulents GIDEON F. SMITH & ESTRELA FIGUEIREDO
  • An Avonia subspecies and variety (Portulacaceae from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa are raised to specific status GRAHAM WILLIAMSON
  • Dave Bishop and Pediocactus nigrispinus DIXIE DRINGMAN
  • Superb Succulents DUKE BENADOM
  • Sedum minimum (Crassulaceae), a new record for the state of Veracruz, Mexico MIGUEL DE JESÚS CHAZAROBASAÑEZ, JERÓNIMO VÁZQUEZ-RAMÍREZ, H. DAVID JIMENO-SEVILLA & HÉCTOR V. NARAVE-FLORES
  • Sclerocactus parviflorus among the arches ROOT GORELICK


On the cover: Pediocactus nigrispinus grows in profusion in certain places in eastern Washington state, and Dixie Dringman, ably assisted by her dog Yutah, knows where some of the finest specimens are, as her picture here shows. This particular individual is growing on basalt, exposed formations of which can be seen in the background.

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