6 edition of Genus Echinocereus found in the catalog.
Nigel P. Taylor
October 1, 1985 by Timber Press, Incorporated .
Written in English
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Echinocereus polyacanthus: Other Source(s): Source: Checklist of CITES Species Part 1 CITES species index, CD-ROM (version ) Acquired: Notes: UNEP-WCMC (Comps.) Checklist of CITES species (CD-ROM). CITES Secretariat, Geneva, Switzerland, and UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, United Kingdom. ISBN The stems are initially cylindrical and erect in young plants, but later with the stem base lying on the ground. The stems are usually to inches ( to centimetres) in diameter and up to 25 inches (64 centimetres) high, and obscured by heavy spines.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in association with Timber Press.". Genus Echinocereus: A Kew Magazine Monograph Hardcover – October 1, by Nigel P. Taylor (Author), D. Parker (Author), G. Cheetham (Author) & out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from /5(3). Genus Echinocereus book A monographic review of the genus Genus Echinocereus book.
This Genus Echinocereus book is defined as ribbed, usually small to medium-sized cylindrical cacti, comprising about 70 species native to the southern United States and Mexico in very sunny rocky places; usually the flowers are large and the fruit edible (from Wiki).
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Define genus Echinocereus. genus Echinocereus synonyms, genus Echinocereus pronunciation, genus Echinocereus translation, English dictionary definition of genus Echinocereus. Genus Echinocereus book Noun 1. genus Echinocereus - large genus of low-growing shrubby ribbed cacti of Mexico and southwestern United States Echinocereus caryophylloid dicot genus.
Genus: Echinocereus Engelm. in Wisliz. Family: CACTACEAE © LLIFLE - Encyclopedia of living forms LLIFLE > Encyclopedias > Cacti > Family > Cactaceae > Echinocereus. LLIFLE ENCYCLOPEDIAS. Genus Echinocereus book Succulents. Names and Synonyms. Bulbs. Names and Synonyms. Trees. Names and Synonyms.
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We promote the cultivation, conservation, and knowledge of rock garden plants, their value, habits and geographical distribution. This includes woodland and alpines as well as. This book is specific to the identification of the globular cacti that are commonly collected by enthusiasts with potted collections.
Hundreds of photos help simplify the identification of such genera as Echinocereus, Mammillaria, Parodia, Genus Echinocereus book many more. This book was first published in and later revised in Echinocereus is a genus that is much loved by cactus growers world-wide.
There Genus Echinocereus book several characteristics that collectively account for their popularity. All Echinocereus are small plants that are quite suitable for growing in pots and greenhouses.
The stems of this Genus Echinocereus book are more often than not under a foot in height and perhaps 2 or 3 inches in diameter. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, Genus Echinocereus book is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes.
While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are Biological Genus Echinocereus book Genus. Buy Genus Echinocereus: A Kew Magazine Monograph by D Parker, G E Cheetham, Nigel P Taylor online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions. This most comprehensive botanical and cultural guide to the genus provides a full taxonomic revision with a key to the 44 accepted species and 56 varieties described. Notes on the history of the genus are followed by general advice on cultivation, including addresses of plant sources and relevant by: 2.
Tephrocactus geometricus: The genus name "Echinocereus" derives from the Greek word “echinos (εχινος)” meaning "porcupine or hedgehog", "sea urchin” referring to the spines that cover the plant. and the Latin word “Cereus” meaning "large wax candle" (the name of a columnar cactus genus) (The genus name implies: "spiny cereus").
Responses of other cacti in the Echinocereus genus may give insight to postfire response of kingcup cactus.
Limited studies show a pattern of high mortality of Echinocereus species from fire. In a survey at postfire year 7, only 2 of 20 Fendler's hedgehog cacti had survived a wildfire in a twoneedle pinyon-Utah juniper/Pinchot's juniper. The Echinocereus is closely related to the popular Echinocactus.
Mostly native to the southern United States and Mexico, there are about 75 species of this pretty little cactus, a few of which sometimes find their way into garden are often called hedgehog cactus, a name that is sometimes applied to other squat, globular cacti, not in the Echinocereus genus, such as the.
In these pages there should be enough inspiration to achieve this end, and with the co-operation of other Echinocereus enthusiasts he has covered all recognised species and subspecies, as well as some that are on the fence, with approaching photographs in habitat or in front cover reproduced here gives an idea of the.
Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. The genus name "Echinocereus" derives from the Greek word “echinos (εχινος)” meaning "porcupine or hedgehog", "sea urchin” referring to the spines that cover the plant.
and the Latin word “Cereus” meaning "large wax candle" (the name of a columnar cactus genus) (The genus name implies: "spiny cereus"). The first part of a series of notes and new taxa supplementary to the author's The Genus Echinocereus () is presented.
The following new names, based on the results of studies in the field and of documented plants in cultivation, are published: Echinocereus cinerascens var. septentrionalis (var. nov.), E. cinerascens var.
tulensis (stat. nov.), E. stramineus var. Cited by: 6. Genus Echinocereus. English name: hedgehog cactus, strawberry cactus (many species) Spanish names: See individual species Description. The Sonoran Desert species of this genus have upright stems, usually not more than a foot (30 cm) tall, and typically in clusters.
A few of the 44 currently recognized species in the genus have single stems. About this book. Language: English. The intent of Echinocereus is to provide readers with more than just a glimpse of what occurs in nature of this beautiful and fascinating assemblage of plants.
The inclusion of more than photos is intended to provide an expanded knowledge of the realm of variation within the genus. Echinocereus by John Pilbeam John Pilbeam has been growing these plants for some sixty years, and has wandered throughout Mexico and the USA southern states seeking them out to photograph them in variety, and enjoy their exuberant flowers.
After some nudging from the accepted expert on the genus, Nigel Taylor, he has produced a book for the. Genus: Echinocereus Section: Wilcoxia [ Cactaceae ] Dictionary of Genus names. Echinocereus: Root system (Shape and size) Aboveground branching: Ribs: Areoles distance: Radial spines Number/length: Central spines Number/length: flower colour: Fruit characteristics Form, Length, section: seed colour Ø mm.
Echinocereus engelmannii is commonly used as a landscape plant in its native areas. In pot culture it requires well aerated gritty substrate, and a hot and sunny location in the summer. In the winter the plant easily tolerates light frost and wet (if well-drained) : Cactaceae.
Genus: Echinocereus Engelm. – hedgehog cactus The Plants Database includes the following 28 species of Echinocereus. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.
Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Boyce Thompson hedgehog cactus Echinocereus chisoensis Chisos Mountain hedgehog cactus Echinocereus coccineus. Shop great deals on Cold Hardy Cactus.
Get outdoors for some landscaping or spruce up your garden. Shop a huge online selection at Fast & Free shipping on many items. Background and Aims In Cactaceae, the areole is the organ that forms the leaves, spines and buds.
Apparently, the genus Echinocereus develops enclosed buds that break through the epidermis of the stem adjacent to the areole; this trait most likely represents a synapomorphy of Echinocereus. The development of the areole is investigated here in order to understand the Cited by: 3. Nigel P.
Taylor is the author of Genus Melocactus (Cactaceae) in Central and South America ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Kew Mag Monograph ( 4/5(1). Genus: Echinocereus Engelm. – hedgehog cactus Species: Echinocereus coccineus Engelm.
– scarlet hedgehog cactus Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 4 subspecies of Echinocereus coccineus. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles.
Native Introduced Native. - the plants page 1 of 5 Collaboration with Nigel Taylor (NPT) of Kew Gardens on 'The Genus Echinocereus' monograph was a project which started in May until the book was sent for printing in July however two months earlier NPT was indicating that a major revision would be published in Bradleya 4.
Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 62 are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further 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.
Echinocereus Genus -- cactus family Texas claret-cup cactus (Echinocereus coccineus var. paucispinus) -- in March -- San Xavier Mission, AZ red & pink Texas claret-cup cactus (Echinocereus coccineus var. paucispinus -- in April -- Big Bend Ranch State Park.
Note: Cereus pectinatus is Not a synonym of this species. It is the synonym of Echinocereus pectinatus. All subspecies grow solitary stems. The 'adustus' subspecies has central spines and about 8 radial spines per areole. The flowers are 2 inches across. The 'bonatzii' subspecies has no central spines and radial spines per areole.
In book: Biodiversity and Chemotaxonomy, pp Echinocereus is a morphologically diverse genus including 67 species that have been grouped into. Echinocereus is a genus of ribbed, usually small to medium-sized cylindrical cacti, comprising about 70 species from the southern United States and Mexico in very sunny rocky places.
Usually the flowers are large and the fruit edible. Origin and Habitat: Echinocereus brandegeei is found in Mexico within Baja California Sur from the central part to the Cape, as on almost all islands from San Marcos to Espíritu Santo in the Gulf of California.
The species is distributed in a large area, it is common and occurs in protected areas. Type locality: El Campo Allemand, Lower California. Apparently, the genus Echinocereus develops enclosed buds that break through the epidermis of the stem adjacent to the areole; this trait most likely represents a synapomorphy of Echinocereus.
The other plants in the terracotta bowl were three varieties of Echinocereus, a genus of smallish cylindrical cacti native to the southwestern US and Mexico.
Depending on the species, they go by the common name “hedgehog cactus” or “claret cup.” Holiday book tip: Spiny Succulents by Jeff Moore. This page was last edited on 13 Augustat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may. The book pdf this fine genus Echinocereus (Cactaceae) was published in in english and german.
pages, color images, 13 distribution maps, 35 SEM images, 12 new descriptions and 30 combinations.Echinocereus coccineus in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service.
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