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Re: [Sansevierias] New Sansevieria described/S. lunatifolia



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I agree with Hermine - its about time a new species ws found and described. However, I wish the author would have been a little more creative in naming the plant with their reference to a crescent moon. There are many sansevierias with crescent-shaped leaves. I don't forsee this plant being anything more than a collectors species.
Mike

yeah you can see drawings of this kind of cross section in my ancient out of date book. However, there ARE collectors!

herm


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I agree with Hermine - its about time a new species ws found and described. However, I wish the author would have been a little more creative in naming the plant with their reference to a crescent moon. There are many sansevierias with crescent-shaped leaves. I don't forsee this plant being anything more than a collectors species.
Mike
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It is about time for something new and different, for which we thank
you!
hermine


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Sansevieria lunatifolia L.E. Newton

Taken from Len Newton's article "A new species of Sanseveria in
Kenya" in CSSA Journal Vol. 87 No. 3: page 117 fig. 4, 2015. Photo
by the author.

The ephitet refers to the leaf, which is crescent shaped in cross
section.


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It is about time for something new and different, for which we thank you!

hermine
 
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Sansevieria lunatifolia L.E. Newton
Taken from Len Newton's article "A new species of Sanseveria in Kenya" in CSSA Journal Vol. 87 No. 3: page 117 fig. 4, 2015. Photo by the author.

The ephitet refers to the leaf, which is crescent shaped in cross section.


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Sansevieria lunatifolia L.E. Newton
Taken from Len Newton's article "A new species of Sanseveria in Kenya" in CSSA Journal Vol. 87 No. 3: page 117 fig. 4, 2015. Photo by the author.

The ephitet refers to the leaf, which is crescent shaped in cross section.

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[Sansevierias] poke around here

http://www.sansevieria-online.de/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=hefte:so_2014_2.pdf

I think there are three issues of this and you should be able to 
navigate from this, issue 2, to the others.

hermine

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[Sansevierias] Free Sansevieria journals



As I have written a couple of articles for the International Sansevieria journal I have bee given 4 extra copies of the latest Journal #32 July 2014 a bit late but Hey Ho.
So on a first come first served if you do not get the journal drop me your postal address and I'll mail one out to you.
In #32 It includes 
The Sansevieria trif. varieties a new look part 6 buy B.Juan Chahinian
The history of  Sansevieria trifasciata Prain  Roberto Mangani
Sansevieria sp. ES 21736 from Specks   John Gamesby
Sansevieria grandis var. zuluensis N.E.Br., Bbull. Misc. inform. Kew 1915: 252 (1915)  John Gamesby
Sansevieria robusta and S. perrotii   Leonard E. Newton
Sansevieria close up   Andre Talkenberg.



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Re: [Sansevierias] Let's start again



Now Hermine that's "The Real Dogs Bollocks" or to be polite "The  Bee's knees" or "The Best Thing Slinced Sliced Bread".
TTFN   John


On 6 September 2014 19:17, Hermine Stover hermine <at> endangeredspecies.com [Sansevierias] <Sansevierias <at> yahoogroups.com> wrote:
At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.
>Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal

we say potting on all the time. but I have these British ancestors
and I spell things British-ly.  we use a dibbler. Now that I have
Patterdale terriers and communicate with British dog folks, we insult
each other in British.

However when My Missouri Husband watches British films, he has to
have American Subtitles.

hermine



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Re: [Sansevierias] Potty what?


Mikey, you are far too kind!

Hermine Swillfeatures
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>It is interesting to see how different regions of the country 
>utilize common phrases. For instance in south Knoxvile, we might say:
>"Potty-ho!"- meaning, Hurray!  Spring is here and its time to start 
>repotting!
>"Potty-up" - meaning time to give a plant a bigger pot
>"Potty- down" - meaning to give a pup its own smaller pot.
>"Potty-over" - meaning potting is done for the day; time for pizza 
>at Little Caesars!

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It is interesting to see how different regions of the country utilize common phrases. For instance in south Knoxvile, we might say:
"Potty-ho!"- meaning, Hurray!  Spring is here and its time to start repotting!
"Potty-up" - meaning time to give a plant a bigger pot
"Potty- down" - meaning to give a pup its own smaller pot.
"Potty-over" - meaning potting is done for the day; time for pizza at Little Caesars!
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At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>
>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.
>Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal
we say potting on all the time. but I have these British ancestors
and I spell things British-ly. we use a dibbler. Now that I have
Patterdale terriers and communicate with British dog folks, we insult
each other in British.
However when My Missouri Husband watches British films, he has to
have American Subtitles.
hermine
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At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London 
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.

I have this. no idea what it was. somebody gave it to me in his 
bundle of nondescript plants.

hermine

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At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London 
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.
>Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal

we say potting on all the time. but I have these British ancestors 
and I spell things British-ly.  we use a dibbler. Now that I have 
Patterdale terriers and communicate with British dog folks, we insult 
each other in British.

However when My Missouri Husband watches British films, he has to 
have American Subtitles.

hermine

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