International Asclepiad Society

Asklepios 77

Cover illustration: Brachystelma circinatum: syn. B. galpinii. A flowering plant from near Barberton, x1. From Dyer, R.A. (1983) Ceropegia, Brachystelma and Riocreuxia in Southern Africa. Adapted by Rosemary Holcroft from Flower: Pl. Afr. 536. See article by Bruce Hargreaves.

Content

  • Editorial
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Mayer, M. B.: Is Classification Science or Art?
  • Wood, J. R. I.: Book Review: A handbook of the Yemen Flora
  • Hargreaves, Bruce J.: Brachystelma in Botswana, Malawi and Lesotho
  • Gandhi, R.: Book Review: Carallumas of the Indian Subcontinent
  • Alp, P. R.: A Note on Brachystelma gerrardii Harv.
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Jonkers, Bert: What is Caralluma aucheriana (Decaisne) N.E. Brown?
  • Walker, Colin C.: Asclepiads in the Literature
  • Collenette, Sheila: Book Review: Wildflowers of Saudi Arabia
  • Ollerton, Jeff: Fly Trapping in Ceropegia Flowers - Evidence of Ant-Predation of Pollinators