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Foreword by Maurice Mason
Epiphytes and RainForest Cacti and Succulents
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4-angled Africa America angled apex appear areas areoles Argentina attractive Backeb base beautiful become body Bolivia branches Brazil bright brown brownish cacti Cape Province caudex central closely clusters cm diameter cm long colour covered cultivation cylindrical dark green deep densely develop distinctive distributed Echeveria elongated Endemic ends Epiphyllum epiphytic erect flattened fleshy Flower white Flowers forming freely fruits genera genus globular green greyish-green growing growth hairs includes Inflorescence interesting islands joints keeled known leaf leaves light lobes Madagascar margins Mexico minute narrow Native numerous origin pale Peru pink plant possibly pronounced purple purplish radial spines rare reddish regions Rhipsalis ribs roots Rose rosette rounded Schwant short similar slender slightly sometimes South spines spreading stalk stems succulent surface tall tapering teeth terminal thick tube tubercles Type species upper surface usually varieties West whitish wide yellow yellowish