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Asklepios 85

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Asklepios 85

Published September 2002

Contents

EditorialAlan Butler
Letters to the Editor
How many species of Adenium are there?Bruce J. Hargreaves
Is Caralluma edulis a mosquito-pollinated stapeliad?Bert Jonkers
The Danes as Matchmakers, New Hybrids of Ceropegia distinctaGerhard Lauchs
Tylophora conspicua, a pantropical African liana of Apocynaceae-AsclepiadoideaeUlrich Meve
A Note on the monotypic genus EustegiaP.V. Bruyns
Loaves, Fishes, and FliesSteven Hammer
Queen of the Asclepiads - Edithcolea grandis N. E. Brown from East AfricaWerner Niemeier
Growing difficult Asclepiads, (or are they all difficult?)Hâkan Sönnermo
Front Cover: Rhytidocaulon fulleri LAVR. ET MORT. pictured in habitat nar Port Raysut in Oman.
Back Cover: The 1000m high cliffs at Shaat, Oman. Habitat of many interesting succulents, including Adenium obesum, Echidnopsis scuttelata var dhofarensis, Aloe whitcombei, Kleinia saginata, Cibirhiza dhofarensis, and probably a new aloe and two possibly new species of Kleinia.
Both front and back cover photographs compliments of Gerhard Lauchs

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