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Lobivia

Walter Rausch

Lobivia

the day flowering Echinopsidinae from a geographical distribution point of view

by Walter Rausch

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Published by R. Herzig in Vienna .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South America,
  • South America.
    • Subjects:
    • Lobivia.,
    • Cactus -- South America -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Botany -- South America.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWalter Rausch.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.C11 R38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4180639M
      LC Control Number80458492

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Lobivia by Walter Rausch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Echinopsis bruchii (still known in cultivation as Lobivia bruchii or Soehrensia bruchii) is one of the larger Echinopsis species, the multi-ribbed bodies grow to as much as 50 cm thick.

It has yellow or brownish-orange spines and brilliantly red blossoms.4/5(1). : Lobivia Echinopsis ancistrophora kratochviliana Cactus Cacti Real Live Plant: Garden & Outdoor. Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics: CreateSpace Indie Print Publishing Made Easy: DPReview Digital Photography: East Dane Designer Men's Fashion: Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting.

Lobivia is the closest relative of the Echinopsis cactus. It is no coincidence that in separate reference books many of its types are classified as forms of this kind.

The form is classic cactus with spherical or cylindrical stem. The ribs of most of its species are rounded. Description: Lobivia arachnacantha (Echinopsis ancistrophora subs. arachnacantha) is an example of one of the smaller clustering species that were once in the genus lobivia, this free-flowering plant clusters freely and will form large clumps in time.

The relatively large flowers are easily produced and can be yellow to orange (occasionally white, violet or shades of red). Lobivia pugionacantha var. culpinensis () Rausch: has a globose mostly underground stem.

Flowers yellow, pink, orange or red. Distribution: Chuquisaca and Potosi, Bolivia. Lobivia pugionacantha var. versicolor (Rausch) Rausch: varying spined with long and often very strong spines and only yellow flowers. Distribution: Potosi-Khuchu Ingenio, Bolivia. Description: Echinopsis tiegeliana (Lobivia tiegeliana) is a small cactus, usually solitary, whose spines looks pectinate (i.e., its spines are arranged like a comb).

This species is very variable in colour and number of spines, size and colour of flowers. It comprises several questionable varieties and its Lobivia book history has undergone. Lobivia acchaensis Description: Echinopsis amblayensis (best known has Lobivia haematantha var. amblayensis) is a local or morphological form of the very variable Echinopsis haematantha characterized by rich orange-red flowers and green Lobivia book and now fully synonymized with the latter.

It quite is variable and has also received many names. Lobivia famatimensis (a.k.a. Reicheocactus pseudoriecheanus) is very attractive and is used as an ornamental and is sought after by cactus enthusiasts.

Stems: Globular, oval, elongated to cylindrical (1-)() cm in height and (2-)(-6) cm in diameter. Lobivia haagei rare rebutia cactus plant flowering succulent cacti seed 15 seeds Cactus seedlings are very fragile on the first weeks and survival depends on how they are treated on that crucial stage; out of of seeds in the wild only a few survive to an adult plant to produce seeds and start the cycle again.

Cactus Art di Vallicelli Valentino Partita IVA software ecommerce by Open2b ® Open2b ®. Lobivia leucomalla (Echinopsis leucomalla) Photo by: Valentino Vallicelli Cultivation and Propagation: Echinopsis sierragrandensis is one of the more common cacti,extremely resistant to neglect.

Nevertheless, it is appropriate to provide adequate growing conditions in order to obtain abundant blooms. Lobivia formosa v. TB Los Nacimientos, Catamarca, Argentina, m: Lobivia formosa v.

amaichensis TB E of Amaicha del Valle, Tucuman, Argentina, m. ISSN The Cactus Explorer. Number 10 December The Rausch Lobivia Books. price. The softbound books have covers with a glossy plastic laminate which is very prone to.

LOBIVIA aculeata - # - "pot - $ - matte green body will cluster when larger, tan spines held somewhat close to the body, small bright red flowers L.

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Lobivia. Lobivia is an anagram of Bolivia from where many of this genus species originate. Lobivia is now included in Echinopsis. : Lobivia pentlandii v. aculeata, Cactus Plant: Garden & Outdoor. Skip to main content.

Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Garden & Outdoor. Go Search Hello Select. Volume 2 of the exhaustive, definitive. Every cactus in the world. Full botanical descriptions.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rausch, Walter. Lobivia. Vienna: R. Herzig, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. In the Rausch Lobivia book Vol.3, there is a map on P which gives the distribution of Lobivia grandis sensu Rausch.

Presumably the title of Lobivia grandis as used in the legend to this map is intended to include the L. grandis v. Lobivia acchaensis forma TB Huanoquite, Cuzco, Peru m: Lobivia acchaensis TB Accha, Cuzco, Peru m: Lobivia hertrichiana fma.

incaica TB Pisac. Cacti - Lobivia. Kakteen Haage, Page 2. Kakteen-Haage - Älteste Kakteenzucht der Welt - Gärtner seit Kakteen-Haage | Ulrich Haage | Blumenstrasse 68 | Erfurt Erfurt, Deutschland + | + | [email protected] Photo gallery: LOBIVIA (syn: Echinopsis, Acanthocalycium, Helianthocereus, Hymenorebutia, Soherensia, Trichocereus, Salpingolobivia, Pseudolobivia, Reicheocactus.

Hardiness: It is a quite frost resistant cactus, hardy to -5° C (- 10° C if very dry). However in cultivation it is better not to expose it to temperatures lower than -0° C.

Exposure: Outside full sun or afternoon shade, inside needs bright light, and some direct sun, but, as a former mountain dweller, does not care for extremely high. Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 22 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 names of. Lobivia pentlandii. Names Mills (Publisher) Collection. Cigarette cards.

Cacti: a series of Library locations George Arents Collection Shelf locator: Arents Cigarette Cards Topics Cactus Genres Cigarette cards Trade cards Notes Content: 'Mills' filtertips - Amal.

Tob. Corp. - England. Citation/reference: Cartophilic reference books, A   Lobivia rauschii =Echinopsis yuquina, never E. rauschii, a different sp. Lobivia rojasii L. calorubra may belong here (has been published as a ssp) Don't know much about this. One of several plants that has been confused with obrepanda, apparently.

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Gordon Bagshaw is sharing a quick sneak peek at his illustration work process for the upcoming children's book: Libby The Lobivia Jajoiana, written by Regan W. Macaulay & Kevin Risk. This book. Echinopsis Hybrids Chamaecereus Echinopsis Hildewintera Trichocereus Species View Species Other Plants Epidendrum View Other Plants Planting Supplies Pots & Hangers Soil & Fertilizer Labels & Label Makers Markers & Pens Cactus & Succulent Tools Other Supplies Books Cacti-Books Merchandise Promotional Items Site Maps Interactive Site Map.

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Learn growing tips, cacti classification, and more. Along with the Places, Sources, and Growing Cacti pages, the Articles page will help you. Rausch. Lobivia; Lobivia 85; For fun Rausch. Thanks to Walter Rausch for accepting these e-versions. Thanks to Gottfried Winkler for participating in the work.

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Macaulay & Kevin Risk. Illustrated by Gordon Bagshaw and published by. click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Lobivia thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ©G.A. Cooper. Provided by Smithsonian Institution, Department of Botany.

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Lobivia famatimensis FR Sierra Famatima La Rioja Argentina: Description: Lobivia famatimensis is a variable small species, which shows differences either in stem shape and size, spines and flowers colours.

It is usually solitary or slowly clumping and slow growing.Lobivia pentlandii var. hardeniana R Potosi, Potosi, Bolivia This plant is 9 years old. A t this age the plant begins to produce the typical long spines (up to 20 cm long!!!) but younger specimen s ha ve short spines.

It is a great event when the plants starts developing th ese huge spines!!!. Description: A pretty little species, with a low, thick, flat to cylindrical stem.Children's book coming in the Fall of Fictional Character.

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