The Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall
The Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall

CSSA VOL.73, July-August 2001 No.4
Speciliazed succulents from southern African quartz fields: tracing the ecology of a fascinating floraUte Schmiedel
Euphorbia amicorum a new species from DjiboutiSusan Carter
The first geophytic lobivia (Cactaceae)Roberto Kiesling, D.J.Ferguson and O.Ferrari
Elusive eriospermumsMatthew Opel and Steven Hammer
Crassula pageae (Pagella archeri) and disagreements about generaReid Moran
Coryphantha ramillosa - NotesLarry W. Mitich
The World of Haworthias, Vol.2- Book ReviewCarol Clapp
What's New?
Aloe almarensis and its alliesPhil Flavell
A multigeneric hybrid in the Mexicam CrassulaceaeCharles H.Uhl
Echinocereus reichenbachii var. albertii - NotesLarry W.Mitich
Superb SucculentsDuke Benadom
Echinocereus - Book ReviewDuke Benadom
Cover illustration. Aloe distans os distinguished by its long, narrow stems amd prominent yellow spines. Because of its sprawling growth it looks best when grown over and between large rocks. Rare in habitat, it is a restricted to a small area alomg the coast just north of Cape Town, South Africa.

Our photo is from Lindsey Martin of San Diago, California who found the plant in the nearby Quail Botanical Gardens.

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