Coryphantha: Cacti of Mexico and Southern USA by Reto Dicht,Adrian Lüthy

By Reto Dicht,Adrian Lüthy

This specific reference paintings offers the 1st finished taxonomy of Coryphantha, with an entire key to the genus. It incorporates a new taxonomic type of all forty three species and eleven subspecies, with morphological and ecological descriptions. those cacti, which develop in Mexico and southern united states, are characterised through their common grooved tubercles and big flora.
The e-book is the results of a long time of viewing the literature and fieldwork via the writer group and their ongoing dedication to map out the nomenclature of this genus. in this strategy, the authors even came upon a few new vegetation.
More than three hundred fine quality color images displaying some of the cacti and their habitats in addition to distribution playing cards and illustrations explaining the morphological info supplement the textual content. Written in an easy-to-follow sort and with a bankruptcy on cultivation stipulations, the paintings won't purely be a useful reference handbook for taxonomists and horticulturalists but additionally for hobbyists and plant collectors.

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