Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Crassulaceae
the current quantity masking the Crassulaceae marks the of completion of the profitable guide sequence that provides a whole assurance of the so-called "other" succulents, i.e. of all taxa of suc culent vegetation apart from the Cactaceae. it's with delight that this quantity is now placed sooner than the general public. including its predecessors, it's the fruit of a really overseas venture. not just does the current quantity represent the 1st entire synopsis of the big and horticulturally very important kin Crassulaceae released because the remedy by means of Berger (1930), however the instruction manual sequence as an entire is a landmark in succulent plant literature. The historical past of the undertaking that at last ended in the ebook of the current instruction manual sequence was once defined within the Preface to the Monocotyledons quantity, released in the summertime of 2001. a brief precis of its historical past will accordingly suffice. Handbooks dedicated to succulent crops (including cacti) have a long-standing culture. First remedies overlaying the relations Cactaceae have been already released within the nineteenth century, however the first instruction manual facing the so-called "other succulents", authored by way of Hermann Jacobsen, used to be basically released in 1954 - 1955, then known as "Handbuch der sukkulenten Pflanzen". A revised and en larged English version was once released in 1959 and was once time and again reprinted in this case.
Nat. Echeveria Hist., Bot. ser. 23(4): one hundred sixty, 1944). T: Guatemala, Zacapa (Steyermark 43145 [FD. - D: Guatemala (Solola, San Marcos, Huehuetenango, Zacapa); epiphytic or on rocks, 1300 - 3700 m.  Stem to five cm lengthy and 1 cm zero, frequently unbranched; L 12 to many, rosulate, oblong-obovate to oblong-spatulate or oblanceolate, tapered in the direction of base, obtuse to acute, apiculate or almost immediately cuspidate-mucronate, ± four - 15 x I - 5.5 cm, eco-friendly tinged purplish or rose; Inf uncomplicated or 2-branched racemes five - 20.
(Rudolph) H. Ohba (Bot. magazine. (Tokyo) ninety: 50, 1977). T: Russia, Siberia (Schelechow s.n. [LE)). - D: Russia (E Siberia, Sakhalin), N Japan; plants August to September. I: Praeger (1921a: 106); Evans (1983: 108); either as Sedum. == Sedum cyaneum Rudolph (1811); incl. Sedum lilacinum Ledebour (1812); incl. Sedum takasui Kudo (1924) == Hylotelephium takasui (Kudo) H. Ohba (1979); incl. Sedum dahuricum Stephani ex Borissova (1939); incl. Sedum hyperboreum C. E. C. Fischer ex Borissova (1939). .
Mm, lobes subulate, attenuate, nine - 12 x three - four mm, uninteresting crimson; Cl white, greenish within the decrease half, tube 4-angled, widened on the base, five - 6.5 cm, lobes ovate-Ianceolate, mucronate, ± 18 x 7 - eight mm, white; St inserted above the center of the Cl tube, higher St slightly exserted; Anth rectangular, 2.5 3.5 mm, with apical Gl; NSc linear, ± 7 mm; Ca ovate-Ianceolate in sideview, ± 25 mm; Sty ± 35 mm. okay. ballyi Hamet ex Cufodontis (Osterr. Bot. Zeitschr. 114: 150-151, fig. 1b, 1967). T: Kenya, Kilifi.
Damp areas, to 2300 m. I: Wickens (1987: 44); Miller & Cope (1996: fig. 90B). == Vereia crenata Andrews (1798) == Cotyledon crenata (Andrews) Ventenat (1804) == Kalanchoe integra var. crenata (Andrews) Cufodontis (1969); incl. Kalanchoe crenata var. crenata; incl. Cotyledon crenata auct. (s.a.) (nom. illeg., paintings. 29.1, 53.1); incl. Cotyledon verea Jacquin (1804) == Kalanchoe crenata var. verea (Jacquin) Cufodontis (1958) (nom. illeg.) == Kalanchoe integra var. verea (Jacquin) Cufodontis (1969);.
Sarcocaulis ssp. sarcocaulis - D: Lesotho, Zimbabwe, RSA (Northern Prov., Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal: Drakensberg Range); Afro-temperate grasslands in shallow soil on rocks, plant life autumn to mid-winter. Incl. CrassuZa sarcocaulis var. scaberula Harvey (1862); incl. Crassula parvisepala SchOnland (1897); incl. Crassula lignosa Burtt Davy (1926).  Erect densely branched shrub shall we with a spreading tree-like crown to 60 cm tall and ± as vast; younger Br 2 mm zero, eco-friendly, with Ha-like papillae; older.