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

Spine variability in CopiapoaAttila Kapitany
Gerald Barad receives CSSA's Special Service AwardLarry W. Mitich
Sedum copalense, a new species from Sinaloa, MexicoMyron Kimnach
Cacti and Succulents in Japan. Part 3 - Some cultivars of Astrophytum asterias and A. myriostigmaAikichi Kobayashi
An introduction to the genus BrachystelmaRalph Peckover
The genus Adenium in cultivation. Part 5: Superior cultivarsMark A. Dimmitt
The genus Schwantesia DinterNorbert F. A. Zimmermann
Unique formation of spur branches in Fouquieria splendens Engelm. (octillo) growing in the Chihuahuan DesertKeith T. Killingbeck
Spotlight on Round RobinsBraden Engelke &
Rita Fleischmann
Cacti & Succulents for the AmateurDuke Benadom
A successful search for Mammillaria sinistrohamata Böd. and M. wagneriana Böd.W. A. & Betty
Fitz Maurice
Valley View Succulent NotesGerald S. Barad, MD
South Africa's new provinces
Cover illustration: Euphorbia ferox was discovered by Rudolph Marloth in the central part of Cape Province, South Africa, and named by him in 1915 for its fierce spination. It's an easily grown plant and a popular one, too, because of its green stems, pink spines and yellow cyathia, here nicely displayed in a photo by Darl Bickel.

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