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CSSA VOL.72, November-December 2000 No.6
Professor Dr. Werner RauhLarry W Mitich
A new lithops cultivar: L. hookeri var. marginata 'Shimadas Apricot'Yasuhiko Shimada
A new species of Kleinia (Compositae, Senecioneae)Maurizio Dioli & Mesfin Tadesse
Circumcision in Cotyledon: with thoughts on what is Cotyledon, and on how A. P de Candolle was right all along and they should have listenedReid Moran
Trichocereus cuzcoensis - a hardy Peruvian columnar cactusBob R. Ressler
Sarcopilea, a little-known succulentStephen Jankalski
Tingo tingo (Bryophyllum delagoense)Reid Moran
A new semisucculent species of Euphorbia subgenus Agaloma from Goiás, Brazil: Euphorbia estevesiiNorbert F.A. Zimmermann & Pierre J. Braun
Hylotelephium viviparum (Maxim.) H.Ohba in South KoreaReid Moran
Superb SucculentsDuke Benadom
Spotlight on Round RobinsRita Fleischmann
Index to Volume 72Phullis Flechsig
Cover. Piaranthus punctatus is a South African native first described by Francis Masson in 1796 but not rediscovered in habitat until 1930. It is relatively easily grown, and, while its flowers are small compared to those of other stapeliads, they make up for it in their profusion, as seen in this photo by Andreas Laras of Athens, Greece. His plant was Abbey Garden GCC 1880, originally from east of Loriesfontein, Namaqualand. While taking this photo he had to hold his camera with one hand while using the other to shoo away flies attracted by the odoriferous flowers!

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