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BORZICACTUS SEPIUM (H.B.K.) BR. ET R., STEPHANOCEREUS LEUCOSTELE (GÜRKE) BR. ET R., THELOCACTUS TULENSIS (POS.) BR. ET R., THELOCACTUS LEUCACANTHUS (ZUCC.) BR. ET R. VAR. SCHMOLLII WERD
Erich Werdermann (1939)

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THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HORTICULTURE
Thomas H. Everett (1982)
(Religion)
ISBN: 0824072405




only one species of Stephanocereus is known and that, by conservative botanists, is included in cephalocereus. belonging to the cactus family cactaceae, and native to brazil, this genus has a name derived from the greek stephanos, a crown, and the name of the related genus cereus. it alludes to the pseudocephalum. the usually solitary, glaucous-green, branched or branchless stems of s. leuco- stele (syn. cephalocereus leucostele), about 10 feet tall by 4 inches thick, have ...


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THE GREAT CACTI
David Yetman (2007)
(Nature)
ISBN: 0816524319




Stephanocereus leucostele (gurke) a. berger its strange appearance alone qualified the Stephanocereus for inclusion in this book. i have no ethnobotanical information about it, not even a common name. it is a bit of a loner, usually a single stalk with tightly appressed branches, scattered widely in the caatinga of southern bahia. the plants tend to appear whitish, and only occasionally does the green cuticle of the trunk show through the heavy coat of bristles and hairs. at intervals of ...


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BRADLEYA
(Cactus)

the only terminal cephalium bearing plants that do not experience huge photosynthetic losses are those with ring-like cephalia in arrojadoa and Stephanocereus leucostele, but still there is no obvious selective advantage here . likewise good ...


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HORTICULTURAL FLORA OF SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA
Su Pearson (1995)
(Botany)
ISBN: 0868403032




flowering plants : dicotyledons part 1 : the identification of garden and cultivated plants roger spencer. la stems creeping, prostrate; major spine flattened; ribs 10—12 s eruca b stems erect or arching; major spines not flattened; ribs 12—19 s. thurben Stephanocereus a. berger greek stephanos — crown, referring to the dense, bristly head (the cephalium) at the apex of the body. body mostly solitary, blue-green, columnar to about 3 m tall with many branches. ribs 12—18.


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CACTACEAE SYSTEMATICS INITIATIVES
(Cactus)

two new pilosocereus species described over the past year seem to suggest, on their gross morphology, that Stephanocereus leucostele and s. luetzelburgii should be placed in pilosocereus and that the recognition afforded to p. gounellei ...


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POISONING BY PLANTS, MYCOTOXINS, AND RELATED TOXINS
Franklin Riet-Correa (2011)
(Nature)
ISBN: 9781845938




byles & g.d.rowley pereskia aureiflora ritter pereskia bahiensis gürke pereskia stenantha ritter pseudoacanthocereus brasiliensis (britton & rose) ritter Stephanocereus leucostele (gürke) a.berger Stephanocereus luetzelburgii (vaupel) n.p.taylor & eggli tacinga braunii e.esteves pereira tacinga funalis britton & rose tacinga inamoena (k.schum.) n.p.taylor & stuppy tacinga palmadora (britton & rose) n.p.taylor & stuppy table 2. (continued) families gen/sp species1 ...


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FLOWERING PLANTS · DICOTYLEDONS
Klaus Kubitzki (2013-06-29)
(Science)
ISBN: 9783662028




annual ring- or collarlike cephalia of this type occur in a variety of genera (e.g. arrojadoa, cephalocereus (neodawsonia) spp., Stephanocereus leucostele, rhipsalis pilocarpa). alternatively, the apex may continue to elongate slowly over a long period, developing into a bristly cap or brush-like structure (e.g. pachycereus militaris, Stephanocereus luetzelburgii). in species with terminal cephalia, vegetative growth ceases permanently when maturity is reached, and the stem-apex ...


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CACTI OF EASTERN BRAZIL
Nigel P. Taylor (2004)
(Science)

Stephanocereus a. berger entwicklungslin. kakt.: 59, 97 (1926). type: Stephanocereus leucostele (gurke) a. berger (cerats leucostele gurke). including (?) coleocephalocereus subg. lagenopsis buxb. (1972); Stephanocereus subg.


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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CACTI
Willy Cullmann (1987)
(Gardening)

... pseudopilocereus buiningia pseudopilocereus buiningia pseudopilocereus ( appendix) buiningia (appendix) (cephalocereus) Stephanocereus Stephanocereus Stephanocereus Stephanocereus arrojadoa arrojadoa arrojadoa arrojadoa ...


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ADENIUM
ADROMISCHUS
AEONIUM
AGAVE
ALOE
ALOINOPSIS
ANACAMPSEROS
APOROCACTUS
ASTROPHYTUM
AUSTROCEPHALOCEREUS
BROWNINGIA
CARALLUMA
CARNEGIEA
CEPHALOCEREUS
CEREUS
CHAMAECEREUS
CHAMAELOBIVIA
CHEIRIDOPSIS
CLEISTOCACTUS
COLEOCEPHALOCEREUS
COPIAPOA
CORYPHANTHA
COTYLEDON
CRASSULA
CYANOTIS
DELOSPERMA
DIOSCOREA
DOLICHOTHELE
DYCKIA
ECHEVERIA
ECHIDNOPSIS
ECHINOCACTUS
ECHINOCEREUS
ECHINOFOSSULOCACTUS
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ECHINOPSIS
ESPOSTOA
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GASTERIA
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HATIORA
HAWORTHIA
HELIABRAVOA
HILDEWINTERA
HOYA
HUERNIA
ISOLATOCEREUS
JOVIBARBA
KALANCHOE
LEMAIREOCEREUS
LENOPHYLLUM
LEPISMIUM
LEUCHTEMBERGIA
LITHOPS
LOBIVIA
MAMMILLARIA
MARGINATOCEREUS
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MYRTILLOCACTUS
NEOBUXBAUMIA
NEOCARDENASIA
NEOPORTERIA
NEORAIMONDIA
NOLINA
NOTOCACTUS
NYCTOCEREUS
OPUNTIA
OREOCEREUS
OROSTACHYS
OROYA
PACHYCEREUS
PACHYPHYTUM
PACHYPODIUM
PACHYVERIA
PARODIA
PEPEROMIA
PIARANTHUS
PILOSOCEREUS
PLEIOSPILOS
PLEPERONIA
POLASKIA
PORTULACARIA
REBUTIA
RHIPSALIS
RHOMBOPHYLLUM
ROSULARIA
SCHLUMBERGERA
SCILLA
SEDEVERIA
SEDUM
SEMPERVIVUM
SENECIO
SETIECHINOPSIS
SINOCRASSULA
SOEHRENSIA
SP
STAPELIA
STAPELIANTHUS
STEPHANOCEREUS
STETSONIA
TEPHROCACTUS
THELOCACTUS
THRIXANTHOCEREUS
TITANOPSIS
TRICHOCEREUS
TRICHODIADEMA
VATRICANIA
WEBERBAUEROCEREUS
WEGGINSIA
WEINGARTIA
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