7 edition of Gasterias of South Africa found in the catalog.
by Fernwood Press in association with the National Botanical Institute in Vlaeberg, South Africa
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-89) and index.
|Statement||Ernst J. van Jaarsveld ; illustrations, Ellaphie Ward-Hilhorst.|
|Contributions||Ward-Hilhorst, Ellaphie., National Botanical Institute (South Africa)|
|LC Classifications||QK495.L72 J34 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|ISBN 10||1874950016, 1874950040|
|LC Control Number||95105761|
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Van Jaarsveld and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A book about the genus Gasteria About 10 years ago a book was written on the genus Gasteria by the eminent South African botanist, Ernst van Jaarsveld. It is called "Gasterias of South Africa".
Now, unfortunately, out of print, it is becoming expensive. I recently found a copy for US$50 but all others were around $ each. Gasteria is a genus of succulent plants endemic to southern Africa. Gasterias are distinguished from the related genera by their curved pendulous pedicels and belly-shaped, curved perianths, and the genus is also named for the stomach-shaped flowers (“gaster” is Latin for “stomach”).
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Gasterias of South Africa Watercolour paintings by Ellaphie Ward-Hilhorst Description and revision of the 16 recognised species of gasteria, which includes sections on the history of gasteria exploration, a definition of the genus, including keys, and its ecology and conservation status.
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A New Revision of a Major Succulent Group by Jaarsveld, E. Van. Vlaeberg, South Africa: Fernwood Press, 95 pages with very many b/w and colour illustrations.
Cloth with dust jacket. 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Ellaphie Ward-Hilhorst. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
Her beautiful paintings of gasterias are featured in the book “Gasterias of South Africa.” Email questions on drought-resistant plants to [email protected] Eastern Cape succulent adventure is book about botanic trip to South Africa in September I have visited more than hundred localities in Eastern Cape, mainly focused on Haworthias, Gasterias and Astrolobas.
In pages you will see photographs of succulent plants and localities. All pictures have titles with names and localities. Gasterias of South Africa by E J van Jaarsveld (an internationally acknowledged expert in the field of succulents) describes the the recognised Gasteria species which has been reduced to Descriptions of these gasterias, together with 6 interesting variations are complemented by.
Gasteria loedolffiae honours the Cape Town-based botanical artist, Jeanette Loedolff. Jeanette has illustrated this and all the other species of Gasteria for a forthcoming book on the subject.
Gasteria loedolffiae was named in the British Journal, Bradleya inby the author (Van Jaarsveld ). In Aprilthe Mzimvubu River was investigated by the author, uPhakamani Xaba and Adam.
Gasterias of Southern Africa. Gasterias of Southern Africa by Ernst van Jaarsveld 96 pages, hardback, ISBN When this book was first announced the initial print run was exhausted in a very short time. Further copies are now been printed.
It is the only work available on this interesting group of plants and has been written by the. Archives of Natural History / List of Issues / Vol Issue 2 / VAN JAARSVELD, E.J.
and WARD-HILHORST, E. Gasterias of South Africa. A new revision of a major succulent group. Vlaeburg, Fernwood Press in association with the National Botanical Institute: Author: E. Charles Nelson. Van Staden N, Siebert SJ, Cilliers DP, Wilsenach D, Frisby AW.
Floristic analysis of semi-arid mountain ecosystems of the Griqualand West centre of plant endemism, Northern Cape, South Africa. Van Jaarsveld, Ernst J (author); Ellaphie Ward-Hilhorst (illusrator) Gasterias of South Africa. A new revision of a major succulent group.
Published: Fernwood Press and National Botanical Institute, Cape Town, Edition: First. Simply to help all of you out there to have a better time, at least for an hour or two when you will virtually visit South Africa with me!
In these days there are no possibilities to travel to South Africa, but I can offer quite a few talks about Haworthias in habitat I have in backup from last ten years.Gasterias are one of my favorite succulents because they are just so darn interesting to look at and handle.
They are native to South Africa and their name comes from the Latin word for “stomach”, which refers to the shape of their flowers. Interestingly though it's their tongue like shape that many of their common names come from.5/5(4).
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