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As some of you might already know there are a few free online journals to do with our hobby. So I have put the journals that I know of the links and volumes/issues available to date.

If you know of any that I have not mentioned please let me know vie reply, E-mail or FB message.

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Free Online Cactus/Succulent Magazines Update #4

 

Showing the issues available to date (11/07/14)



Acta Succulenta

http://www.acta-succulenta.eu/index.php?pg=dwn&mnu=m1_en&clc=1&zc=BeB

Issues available 2013 Vol.1 No. 1-2 014 Vol.2 No.2

Available in pdf format in English, German, Italian and French.

Available in pdf format



Avonia-News - The German Society for the other succulents (Fachgesellschaft andere Sukkulenten e.V.), FGaS

http://www.cactuspro.com/biblio/en:avonia

Issues Available 2008 issues 1-9. 2009 issues 1- 11. 2010 issues 1-11. 2011 issues 1-11. 2012 issues 1-12. 2013 issues 1-11.2014 issues 1-6 pdf.

Available in pdf format


 

Journal Acc Aztekium – Rumanian Cacti Growers Society.

 http://www.aztekium.ro/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=149

Issues Available: January 2012 – November 2013. 2014 May #36

Available in pdf format.


Boletin de la SLCCS – Sociedad Latinoamerican Y Del Caribe De Cactaceas Y Otras Succulentas SLCCS)

http://www.ibiologia.unam.mx/slccs/www/boletin.htm

Issues Available - Bulletin Vol 1 No 1 Sep Dec 2004.Bulletin Vol 10 No 2 May - Aug - 2013.

Available in pdf format in Spanish.

 

The Cactus Explorers 

http://www.cactusexplorers.org.uk/journal6.htm

Issues Available Issues 1 - 10 pdf - August 2011 – April 2014 #11

 Available in pdf format in English


Crassulacea n° 3 [2013-04-15]

http://www.crassulaceae.ch/

Crassulaceae 1-3

Cactacean 1-4

Available in pdf format in English


Echinocereus

http://www.echinocereus.eu/

Available issues 2013 – 2014 01-02

Available in pdf format in German/English with a foreign language translator blue button.


Schütziana Gymnocalycium Journal

 http://www.schuetziana.org/downloads.php

Issues Available  Volume 1, Issue 1, 2010 - Volume 4, Issue 1, - Volume 4, Issue 2, 2013 

Available in pdf format in English and Japanese.

Sansevieria Online

http://www.sansevieria-online.de/doku.php

Journal 1 (1) 2013 – Vol.2:1 2014 available from 01-05-2014?

There is also a very helpful The field numbers of the Sansevierias  in PDF for download.

Succulentopi – Au Cactus Francophone

Available in PDF German


Succulentopia

http://www.cactuspro.com/succulentopia/

Issues Available 9 issues No.1 April 2012 – No 7 October 2013: 2014 No.8-10

 Available in pdf format in French

Xerophilia 

http://xerophilia.ro/

Issues Available No. 1 June 2012 – December 2013. #9 Junr2014

Special issues

No.1 The Stone Eaters

No.2 First Description of Aztekium valdezii Velazco, Alvarado et Arias sp. Nov.

No.3 January 2014 – Epiphytic myrmecophytes of southern Asia and the southwest Pacific

No.4 March 2014 – Turbinicarpus schmiedickeanus (Böedeker) Buxb. & Backeb. subsp. sanchezi-mejoradae García-Morales, González-Botello & Vargas-Vázquez – a new subspecies from Tamaulipas, México

Available in Standard and High Quality Magazine print pdf format in Romanian then in English from May 2013.




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Re: [Sansevierias] Flowering Futuras




I have not seen a trifasciata laurentii flower for fifty years. never seen a hahnii in flower after years of looking at ACRES of them.

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I might be way off base here, but I am under the impression that the class of sansevierias we call 'Futura' (bigger than Hahnii, but smaller than full size trifasciatas) don't break into flower very often. I looked around on the internet and did not see any Futura in flower. So, naturally I was happily surprised to see a nice pot of S.t.Futura 'Black Gold' sporting 4 growths with flowering racemes in my back yard last week. See pictures below.
Hope everyone is having a great growing year. Lets see your pictures!
I am led to believe that the Hahnii's almost never bloom.


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I might be way off base here, but I am under the impression that the class of sansevierias we call 'Futura' (bigger than Hahnii, but smaller than full size trifasciatas) don't break into flower very often. I looked around on the internet and did not see any Futura in flower. So, naturally I was happily surprised to see a nice pot of S.t.Futura 'Black Gold' sporting 4 growths with flowering racemes in my back yard last week. See pictures below.
Hope everyone is having a great growing year. Lets see your pictures!
I am led to believe that the Hahnii's almost never bloom.


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Re: [Sansevierias] Sansevieria subspicata

At 02:26 PM 7/3/2014, you wrote:
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>Not at all Hermine I now grow these as Tropicals now I give them 
>loads of water when in growth season and they flower for me now and 
>put on twice the growth that they used to.

that does seem to be the way to go, but you DO it very well.

herm

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Re: [Sansevierias] Sansevieria subspicata



Not at all Hermine I now grow these as Tropicals now I give them loads of water when in growth season and they flower for me now and put on twice the growth that they used to.



On 3 July 2014 19:31, Hermine Stover hermine <at> endangeredspecies.com [Sansevierias] <Sansevierias <at> yahoogroups.com> wrote:

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>You are some grower JOHN!
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>Subspicata has just started to open its flowers 17.30.

hermine



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Re: [Sansevierias] Sansevieria subspicata


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>You are some grower JOHN!
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>Subspicata has just started to open its flowers 17.30.

hermine 

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Subspicata has just started to open its flowers 17.30.
  

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Re: [Sansevierias] All change in Dracaena and Sansevieria

At 06:42 PM 6/12/2014, you wrote:
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>Not to worry! Hermine, as you know the asparagales are divinely 
>edible and the dracenae are not; so this difference alone would keep 
>them in separate taxonomic families.

I just came back from looking at a horribly written Wikipedia thing 
on Sansevierias which says you need to keep them away from children 
because they are poisonous and it talks about feng shui. A really 
nauseating article.

I dunno if edibility would keep them out of the same taxonomic bunch.

herm

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Not to worry! Hermine, as you know the asparagales are divinely edible and the dracenae are not; so this difference alone would keep them in separate taxonomic families.
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From: Hermine Stover hermine <at> endangeredspecies.com [Sansevierias] <Sansevierias <at> yahoogroups.com>
To: Sansevierias <at> yahoogroups.com
Sent: Fri, 13 Jun 2014 01:31:55 -0000 (UTC)
Subject: Re: [Sansevierias] All change in Dracaena and Sansevieria
At 06:09 PM 6/12/2014, you wrote:
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>Come on you guys...this is serious! Although I would have thought
>Dracena would be nested with Sansevieria rather than the other way around.

It is very serious. and now I am worried about asparagales. and everything.
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Re: [Sansevierias] All change in Dracaena and Sansevieria



Come on you guys...this is serious! Although I would have thought Dracena would be nested with Sansevieria rather than the other way around.
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Subject: Re: [Sansevierias] All change in Dracaena and Sansevieria
At 12:05 PM 6/12/2014, you wrote:
 
AAAHHH! <<<Faints dead
away>>>
Mark Hooten and I were brooding on the telly over this, it started
with a tantrum over sambirensis. Roger just asked, "Not
bamboo?"

hermine


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[Sansevierias] All change in Dracaena and Sansevieria



All change in Dracaena and Sansevieria

Dracaena and Sansevieria are very closely related. In the past as far back as 1984 , studying West African species of Dracaena, observed that the two genera are so closely related as to be congeneric. Recent evidence from molecular studies supports this earlier hypothesis. Lu & Morden (2014) included 34 species of Sansevieria in their study and the resultant evolutionary (phylogenetic) tree shows these are nested within Dracaena, forming a distinct branch(clade) within the tree. Simply put Sansevieria are not distinct from Dracaena and must be considered to be pat of an enlarged genus Dracaena

This from a bigger article of the same name published in “Cactus World” the journal of the British Cactus and Succulent Society Vol.32 #2 June 2014 pgs. 141-2.


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