International Asclepiad Society

Asklepios 67

Cover illustration: The Philbertia relative Funastrum bonariense taken from Meyer, T. (1943) Los Géneros “Funastrum” y “Philbertia”. Lilloa 9: 423-459.

Content

  • Editorial
  • Society Matters
  • Catalogues Received
  • Notes and Queries
  • Mace, Tony: eMail & Other Connections
  • Shirley, G. P.: Philbertia gracilis syn. Sarcostemma gracilis
  • Kloppenburg, Dale: Dischidiopsis parasitica (Blanco) Merrill
  • Clark, Phil: Whitesloanea crassa Multiplied
  • Forster, Paul I.: What is the Smallest Flowered Species of Asclepiadaceae?
  • Walker, Colin C.: Asclepiads in the Literature
  • Newton, Leonard E.: A New Locality for Angolluma denboefii and an Amplified Description
  • Hedgecock, Geoff A.: Who Were They? (4) Kurt Dinter (1868-1945)
  • Ollerton, Jeff: An Update of the ASCLEPOL Project
  • Clark, Phil: Hoya Cultivar Names Found