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Cactus and Succulent Review
Welcome to the latest issue of the Cactus and Succulent Review.
The Cactus and Succulent Review is a quarterly online magazine issued in pdf format. Each issue contains a variety of articles on cacti and succulents, with some guest plants as well.
In this issue we are very pleased to include two articles which feature newly described, or even undescribed, species. These include the newly-described Cotyledon mckayi, in Colin C. Walker's article on 'Contrasting cotyledons' and a number of new species of Sansevieria in Al Laius' write-up of the second International Sansevieria Conference. Other features include the fourth part of Richard Torr's 'Tourist in South Africa series, and items on Denmoza rodacantha, Gymnocalycium spegazzini and the constant problem of space in the greenhouse.
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Cactus at the Castle
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