International Asclepiad Society

Asklepios 75

Asklepios 75

Published December 1998

Contents

Editorial
Society Matters
Letters to the Editor
Catalogues Received
Asclepiads in the LiteratureColin C. Walker
The 1999 offering of ISI plantsHarry Mays
In Memoriam - Alf Woodward (1929 - 1998)
Stapeliads and other succulents in BotswanaDesmond T. Cole
Fockea edulis var. capensis - The correct name for the “Old Lady of Schönbrunn”G.D. Rowley
Grafting HoyasDale Kloppenburg
Huernia in BotswanaBruce J. Hargreaves
Floral structure and pollination biology in Matelea lanata (Asclepiadaceae)Henning Kunze
Exploitation of milkweeds - An addendumP.S. Clark
A preliminary study of the morphology of seedlings of the genus Duvalia (Asclepiadaceae)John K. Spearing
Short communication: A new combination in Ceropegia G.D. Rowley
Cover illustration: Stapelia ambigua Masson, Fig. 52 from A. Berger's ‘Stapelieen und Kleinien’ (1910). S. ambigua is now considered to be a synonym of S. grandiflora Masson (widespread in South Africa and Lesotho). Both species were published simultaneously in 'Stapeliae Novae' in 1797. Flowers are up to 22 cm in diameter.

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