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Coryphantha

Cacti of Mexico and Southern USA

by Reto F. Dicht

  • 99 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Science / Botany,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9054824M
    ISBN 103540223061
    ISBN 109783540223061

    not Coryphantha clorantha. On 16 June ‎ FloraWilde moved Escobaria vivipara to Coryphantha clorantha citing a wildflower book, and indicating that the reference to Jebson's Manual was vague, even though the express link was given in references replicated name Coryphantha clorantha does not exist in the IPNI database. No new scientific papers have reclassified Escobaria vivipara.   – Coryphantha clavata* (Scheidw.) Backeb. – Coryphantha clavata subsp. stipitata (Scheldweller) Dicht & Luthy – Coryphantha compacta* (Engelm.) Britton & Rose – Coryphantha cornifera* (DC.) Lem. – Coryphantha delaetiana (Quehl) – Coryphantha delicata* Bremer – Coryphantha difficilis* (Quehl.

    Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books Cactus Print No, coryphantha erecta cactus, flower art, flower poster, flower print, girlfriend gift, floral art, cacti flowers DecorisDesigns. From shop DecorisDesigns. 5 out of. Introduced species increasingly escape cultivation. Hybridization common in some genera. Taxa of Escobaria in TJM () moved to Coryphantha. eFlora Treatment Author: Bruce D. Parfitt, except as noted Scientific Editor: Bruce D. Parfitt, Douglas H. Goldman, Bruce G. Baldwin, Thomas J. Rosatti.

    Coryphantha. Kakteen aus Nordamerika. Stgt., Ulmer, Mit Farbfotos auf Tafeln sowie 32 Zeichn., Grafiken u Karten im Text, S., OPp.-Bd.; gutes Expl. Coryphantha robustispina var. robustispina. Photo by Tricia Roller in Arizona Rare Plant Field Guide, Sonoran desert scrub vegetation on the Coronado National Forest, Arizona, is typical habitat for Pima pineapple cactus. Photo by Peter Warren in Arizona Rare Plant Field Guide, Coryphantha robustispina var. robustispina range map.


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Coryphantha by Reto F. Dicht Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a high-quality book packed with information of the north American cactus genus Coryphantha. Coryphanthas are popular plants, but too little has been written about this fascinating genus of rather spiny plants, from the US and Mexico.

This book changes all by: 9. This unique reference work presents the first comprehensive taxonomy of Coryphantha, with a complete key to the genus. It contains a new taxonomic classification of all 43 species and 11 subspecies, with morphological and ecological descriptions.

These cacti, which grow in Mexico and southern USA, are characterized by their typical grooved tubercles and large flowers.4/5(1). Coryphantha (from Greek, "flowering on the top"), or beehive cactus, is a genus of small to middle-sized, globose or columnar genus is native to arid parts of Central America, Mexico, through Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas and north into southwestern, central, and southeastern Montana.

With its two subgenera, 57 species and 20 subspecies, it is one of the largest genera of Family: Cactaceae. Yes David, but the publication is, I think, the Kindle version of the original Coryphantha book, the English language version, which was published in Luthy and Dicht have only written one book, in German published in and then the English version.

Looking at the prices, I didn't realise I have quite such an appreciating asset. This unique reference work presents the first comprehensive taxonomy of Coryphantha, with a complete key to the genus. It contains a new taxonomic classification of all 43 species and 11 subspecies, with morphological and ecological descriptions.

The book is the result of many years of viewing the literature and fieldwork by the author team. This unique reference work presents the first comprehensive taxonomy of Coryphantha, with a complete key to the genus. It contains a new taxonomic classification of all 43 species and 11 subspecies, with morphological and ecological descriptions.

These cacti, which grow in Mexico and southern USA. Coryphantha is a genus that consists of relatively small, globose plants that have grooved tubercles instead of ribs. Other genera are similar to Coryphantha including Mammillaria and fact, most Coryphantha where at one time included in the genus Mammillaria, but they differ primarily in that Coryphantha flower from the first year growth at the apex of the plant while Mammillaria.

Origin and Habitat: Coryphantha elephantidens is endemic to Mexico where it is known to occur in the states of Aguascalientes, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Jalisco, México, Michoacán, Morelos, Oaxaca, Puebla, Querétaro, Veracruz and Zacatecas.

The subsp. greenwoodii has a restricted range near Piedras Blancas, Veracruz. a is recorded from the States of Oaxaca and Michoacán. Coryphantha Group has members.

Hello friends, I need a little help identifying these two plants. I’m not sure if they’re the same species. Notes: Coryphantha cornifera is thought to be the taxon classified in by de Candolle as Mammillaria radians, but this is unclear, partly because of various name changes over the r the range of both Coryphantha radians and Coryphantha cornifera is identical, and at most locations adult plants, either without central spines ("radians"), or with central spines ("cornifera.

Coryphantha has 2, members. Please post only photos of Coryphantha. Coryphantha are small cacti from Mexico and the Southwest of the USA. They are closely-related to the large genus Mammillaria, and some are cold hardy. The name Coryphantha is from the Greek and means "flowering on the top"; the flowers appear in the youngest growth, which is in the center on top of the plant.

The flow. Catalog # – ssp. geofreyii $ Read more Quick View Read more Quick View; Coryphantha hintoniorum. Catalog # $ – $ Select options Quick View. This is a high-quality book packed with information of the north American cactus genus Coryphantha. Coryphanthas are popular plants, but too little has been written about this fascinating genus of rather spiny plants, from the US and Mexico/5(5).

Coryphantha palmeri: small, the flower has got white long petals and yellow central stamens so that overall, it vaguely recalls of a daisy. Coryphantha runyonii: in this variety the tubercles are very pronounced and can swell and stretch each in very different ways, giving the plant a bizarre and erratic look.

This, however, is the complete list. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Coryphantha (Coryphantha pycnacantha) supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave's Garden.

Buy Coryphantha: Cacti of Mexico and Southern USA by Dicht, Reto, Lüthy, Adrian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 7. Get this from a library.

Coryphantha: cacti of Mexico and Southern USA. [Reto F Dicht; Adrian D Lüthy] -- "This unique reference work presents the first comprehensive taxonomy of Coryphantha, with a complete key to the genus. It contains a new taxonomic classification of. Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 50 are accepted species names.

The Plant List includes a further 72 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.

These are primarily included because names of species rank. Gardening Books. Gardening Catalogs. Scientific Name Index. Another difference is that the Coryphantha tubercle has a groove on the upper side from its base to its apex.

They generally develop a strong tap root, and should be given deeper pots than Mammillarias. Most species have yellow flowers in summer although some have pink or red flowers. Coryphantha cornifera. Rhinoceros Cactus. Coryphantha durangensis. Click on the pictures for full plant details and prices.

Coryphantha durangensis. Size: * 4" pot (pot diameter, not plant height), $ 6" (pot diameter, not plant height), $ Quantity: Leave this field blank.Electronic books Field guides Identification Bestimmungsbuch: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dicht, Reto F.

Coryphantha. Berlin ; New York: Springer, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Reto F Dicht; Adrian.Coryphantha calipensis (SB) (PLANT) Catalog # $ Read more Quick View Read more Quick View.