References relating lo Chapters 1-8 arearranged

Chapter 1

t BAUHIN. J and CHERLER - Hisloria Plantarum Generalis... Prodromus Yverdon 1619.

2. BRADLEY, R - The History of Succulent Plants London 1716-27.

3. BROWN, B. N. E. in The Gardeners' Chronicle Feb. 12, 1927: 116 and Apr. 9,1927: 251.

4 HEYNE. B. in Transactions olthe Linnean Society 1814:213-15.

6. TATE, J. L. Cactus Cook Book Cactus & Succulent Society ot America, California: 1971.

Chapter 2

1. SPALDING, E. S. in Bulletin olthe Torrey Botanical Club 32: 57-68, 1905.

Chapter 3

1 RUNDEL. P. W. in Cactus & Succulent Journal ol America 48: 270,1976.

3. CANNON. W. A The Root Habits ol Desert Plants Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication No. 131. 1911.

4. GLOVER, P. E. in East African Agricultural Journal. 16: 98-113. 1950.

5. BOWKER, L. H. in Cactus and Succulent Journal ol Great Britain 37: 6-8. 1975.

Chapter 4

1 PERCIVAL. M. Floral Biology Pergamon 1965.

2. VOGEL, S. Blütenbiologische typen als elemente der Sippengliederung Botanischen Studien I. 1954.

3. MULLER. H. The Fertilisation ol Flowers Macmillan, London 1883.

4. HAWORTH, A. H. Observations on the Genus Mesembryanthemum Chelsea 1794-95.

5. PROCTOR, M. and YEO, P. The Pollination of Flowers New Naturalist. Collins. London 1973.

6. RIDLEY, H. N. The Dispersal of Plants throughout the World Reeve. Ashford 1930.

Chapter 5

1. MENDEL, G. Experiments in Plant Hybridisation in Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 26:1 -32.1901.

in Succulenta 43:122-24,1964.

3. BENSON, L. The Cacti ot Arizona (Edition 3) University of Arizona Press Tucson, Arizona 1969.

Chapter 6

1. PRUE, D. Photoperiodism in Plants McGraw-Hill 1975.

2. EDINGER, P. (Ed.) Succulents and Cactus Sunset Books, Menlo Park, California 1970.

3. DODSON, J. W. in Cactus <S Succulent Journal of America 31 :

4. ATKINS, P. S. in The Gardeners' Chronicle June 29,1966.

Chapter 7

1. JACQUIN, N. J. Hortus Schoenbrunnensis 4: 38, t. 475,1804.

2. HERRE, H. in Sukkulentenkunde 5: 51-55, 1954.

3. Register of Specialist Collectors of Succulent and Allied Plants in the United Kingdom International Organisation for Succulent Plant Research, Kew 1975.

4 MELVILLE, R. Red Data Book Vol. 5 International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. Morges 1970.

Chapter 8

1. STEARN, W. T. Botanical Latin Nelson, Edinburgh 1966.

2. STAFLEU, F. A" (Ed.) International Code ol Botanical Nomenclature Utrecht 1978.

3. JEFFREY. C. Biological Nomenclature E Arnold 1973

4 GILMOUR. J. S. L. (Ed.) International Code ol Nomenclature of Cultivated Plants Utrecht 1969. 5. ROWLEY. G. D. in National Cactus and Succulent Journal 30:17. 1975. Chapter 10

BERGER. A Crassulaceae in ENGLER. A and PRANTL, K. Die Naturliche Pflanzenfamilien (Edition 2) 18a. 1930 HIGGINS, V Crassulas in Cultivation

Blandford, London 1964. WALTHER, E Echeveria California Academy of Sciences. San Francisco


CARRUTHERS. L and GINNS. R. Echeverias Bartholomew. Edinburgh


HAMET. R and MARNIER-LAPOSTOLLE. J. Le Genre Kalanchoe in Archives du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris 8: 1-110. 1964

PRAEGER. R. L. An Account of the Genus Sedum as Found in Cultivation in Journal ol the Royal Horticultural Society 46: 1-314, 1921. EVANS, R. L. A Gardeners' Guide to the Sedums Alpine Garden Society. London 1971. HART. J. A. and WRIGLEY, T. C.

Sedums Succulent Plant Trust 1971. PRAEGER, R. L. An Account ol the Sempervivum Group Royal Horticultural Society, London 1932 SMITH. A. C The Genus Sempervivum andJovibarba A C Smith. Kent 1975 MITCHELL. P J. The Sempervivum and Jovibarba Handbook Sempervivum Society. Burgess Hill 1973 Chapter 11

HERRE, H. The Genera olthe Mesembryanthemaceae Nasionale Boekhandel Ltd Cape Town 1971 SCHWANTES, G. Flowering Stones and Midday Flowers Ernest Benn Ltd. London 1957. SCHWANTES, G. The Cultivation olthe Mesembryanthemaceae The Garden Book Club, London 1954. NEL, G. C. Lithops Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch 1946. COLE, D T Lithops: a Checklist and

Index in Excelsa 3 37-71. 1973. NEL, G. C The Gibbaeum Handbook

Blandford Press. London 1953. Chapter 12

ELLIOT. R. The Genus Lewisia Alpine

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BERGER. A. Aloineae in ENGLER, A.

Das Pflanzenreich 33. 1908. REYNOLDS, G. W The Aloes of South Africa A. A Balkema. Johannesburg 1950.

REYNOLDS, G. W The Aloes ol Tropical Africa & Madagascar Aloes Book Fund. Mbabane 1966 NOBLE. W C Aloes lor Greenhouse and Indoor Culfivafion National Cactus and Succulent Society. Oxford 1976 BAYER. M B Haworthia Handbook National Botanic Gardens of South Africa, Cape Town 1976. PILBEAM. J W The First Fifty Haworthias Succulent Plant Institute. Morden 1970.

PILBEAM, J W. The Second Filty Haworthias Succulent Plant Trust, Essex 1976. Chapter 14

BERGER. A Die Agaven Jena 1915. GENTRY. H S. The Agave Family in Sonora United States Department of Agriculture. Washington 1972 BREITUNG. A J The Agaves [of S.W USA only] Abbey Garden Press. California 1968 Chapter 16

BRITTON, N. L. and ROSE, J N. The Cactaceae (Volumes 1 -4) Carnegie Institute, Washington 1919-23. BACKEBERG, C. Die Cactaceae (Volumes 1-6) Jena 1958-62. BACKEBERG. C. Cactus Lexicon Translated by Lois Glass Blandford Press. Poole 1978. HUNT. D. R. Cactaceae in HUTCHINSON, J. The Genera of Flowenng Plants 2: 427-67, 1967 BUXBAUM. F. Morphology of Cacti (Parts 1-3) Abbey Garden Press. California 1950-55. BORG J. Cacti (Edition 2) Blandford,

London 1951. KRAINZ, H Die Kakteen Stuttgart

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Vienna 1975-77 CRAIG, R T Mammillaria Handbook

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MACE, T. Notocactus National Cactus and Succulent Society 1975. LEIGHTON-BOYCE, G. G. and ILIFF. J. The Subgenus Tephrocactus [olthe Genus Opuntia] Succulent Plant Trust, Morden 1973 BRINKMANN, K H. Sulcorebutia [c.l. Rebufia] Steinhart KG 7820. Titisee 1976. Chapter 17

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RAUH. W The Genus Pachypodium in Cactus & Succulent Journal ol America 44: 7-31,1972 Chapter 19

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