4 edition of The subgenus Tephrocactus found in the catalog.
The subgenus Tephrocactus
|Statement||by Gilbert Leighton-Boyce and James Iliff.|
|Contributions||Iliff, James, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.C115 L44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 106 p.|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||74159262|
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An alphabetic nomenclator to epithets that have been published in the genus Opuntia at specific and infraspecific levels is presented. Special attention has been given to typification wherever possible, but taxonomic judgements have been avoided. An introduction and brief history of opuntia has been contributed by Roy Mottram. Then I found this from the Cactus Jungle, "Tephrocactus articulatus is the Paper-Spine Cactus. They propagate by breaking apart easily. No, really, it's true! You barely look at these and the stems pop off and roll down the hill to set root somewhere else. If you live on a slope you can send them into your neighbors yard!
Tephrocactus articulatus (This plant comes in a " pot. You will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots). Also known as Pine Cone Cactus, this one of a kind Succulent upright. Tephrocactus paediphylla has very long spines that are somewhat flattened and twisted. The spines grow out of cylindrical segments that grow on top of each other a bit like sausages. Give them bright light, heavy soil with excellent drainage .
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THE SUBGENUS TEPHROCACTUS A historical survey with notes on cultivation by Gilbert Leighton-Boyce and James Iliff. this book with a geographically linked range of plants and must turn away from the many fascinating, in- deed superbly spined species of North America such.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leighton-Boyce, Gilbert. Subgenus Tephrocactus. Morden, Succulent Plant Trust, (OCoLC) Document Type. This handsome volume is dedicated to James Iliff who died aged 91 on July 11 and is best remembered as co-author with Gilbert Leighton-Boyce of the Subgenus Tephrocactus in Gordon D The subgenus Tephrocactus book.
The booklet deals with Tephrocactus (pentlandii, glomerata, diademata, sphaerica groups) and related groups: floccosa (O. floccosa et O. lagopus) and corrugata. Some other “unassigned plants” are also dealt with. About 70 B&W pictures are included.
Leyton-Boyce et J. Illiff: The subgenus Tephrocactus (of the genus Opuntia), Morden, ; External links (in English) photos on This Cactaceae article is a stub.
You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This page was last edited on 13 Juneat (UTC). Text is Family: Cactaceae. Paul Hoxey. The first instalment of this article appeared in TSG September Vol. 14 No. 3 (see part 1) and the second in TSG JuneVol. 15, No. 2 (see part 2).In the third and final part of this review I will conclude the discussion of the names presently associated with Cumulopuntia sphaerica and suggest a tentative new classification with five recognised species.
Opuntia species (Subfamily Opuntioideae). Conversely the species Tephrocactus articu- latus, considered by Castellanos and Lelong () as belonging to Opuntia subgenus Tephrocactus, is separated from the other two groups by a distance coefficient greater than The subgenus Tephrocactus.
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TCSS is fortunate to have a fine collection of cactus and succulent books and information in the TCSS Library. These items are available to TCSS members only. If TCSS members would like to borrow an item from the library, please email [email protected] Tephrocactus aoracanthus (Lem.) Lem.: has spines, fierce, very unequal, erect or spreading, slightly flexible to somewhat rigid, () cm long.
Distribution: Argentina (San Juan, La Rioja and Mendoza) Tephrocactus aoracanthus var. paediophilus () : has very long spines (as much as 30 cm long), papery but still sharp. We are able to do this because these books and catalogs are in the public domain or the authors have given us permission to reproduce their work.
They are available in the full version, The subgenus Tephrocactus, Lehmann J.G.C.: Cactorum Species Novas Exhibens, were grouped into the subgenus Tephrocactus (Ref. 1) but over the years more of these have been hived off into genera such as Cumulopuntiaand Maihueniopsisleaving just nine or ten in what is today the genus Tephrocactus.
So indeed, the six species I am going to discuss are all members of the genus Tephrocactus sensu stricto. Although I. CONTENTS. page. Introduction 3 Order Cactales. Tephrocactus articulatus var. diadematus Common Name(s): Paper-Spined Cholla, Pine Cone Cactus Synonym(s): Cereus articulatus, Opuntia articulata, Opuntia andicola, Tephrocactus andicolus, Opuntia diademata, Tephrocactus diadematus, Opuntia turpinii, Tephrocactus turpinii, Opuntia papyracantha, Opuntia glomerata, Tephrocactus glomeratus, Opuntia strobiliformis, Tephrocactus.
Description: Tephrocactus aoracanthus var. paediophilus is an extraordinary variety that shows wonderful spines to as much as 30 cm long (the longest in the genus Tephrocactus). These spines are papery but still sharp enough to molest anything that gets near it.
The spines are stiff and stick out to every thing that enter in contact with them, this way the stems segment spread. In biology, a subgenus (plural: subgenera) is a taxonomic rank directly below genus. In the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, a subgeneric name can be used independently or included in a species name, in parentheses, placed between the generic name and the specific epithet: e.g.
the tiger cowry of the Indo-Pacific, Cypraea (Cypraea) tigris Linnaeus, which belongs to the subgenus. Pterocactus has become increasingly popular in cultivation, perhaps due to its unique characteristics and small size.
The genus is part of the subfamily Opuntioideae and therefore plants do have glochids. They are otherwise, not particularly spiny, though a couples members of the genus have them in greater number. Book Reviews The Subgenus Tephrocactus by Gilbert Leighton-Boyce, James Illiff The Subgenus Tephrocactus by Gilbert Leighton-Boyce, James Illiff (pp.
Tephrocactus. The taxonomy is difficult for a number of reasons: their phenotypes, which vary greatly according to The evolution of members of the subgenus Opuntia in arid and semi-arid environments has led to In this book opuntia is used to refer to the whole genus, of which the most widely known is Opuntia.
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