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Colin Walker
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Bradleya 25

Post by Colin Walker » Fri Jan 19, 2007 11:39 am

Hi Folks,

Just thought I'd tempt you with a little info. on this year's Bradleya.

As you can see from the subject, this is Bradleya 25. We're planning a very special anniversary issue to celebrate reaching such a prestigious age. Indeed our yearbook is the longest ever running scientific yearbook devoted to the study of cacti and succulents.

I'll trickle out titbits over the next few months, leading up to publication date, which I'm hoping will be before I'm out of the country in August.

For now I'll say that this is going to be a bumper edition with a special cover. Watch this space for further updates and please get your subs. in now!
Cheers,
Colin

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Re: Bradleya 25

Post by Trevor » Sat Jan 20, 2007 5:48 am

Sounds very interesting - anything on Stapeliads ?? ;) LOL !

Enjoyed last years, espescially the Ario and Pelecyphora articles....
Trevor
With a 'Downunder' collection of Cacti and Succulents in Melbourne, Australia.
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Re: Bradleya 25

Post by Colin Walker » Sat Jan 20, 2007 7:33 pm

Hi Trevor,

Thanks for asking, but disappointingly no, I've nothing as yet on Stapeliads, nor on the whole family Apocynaceae (aka the Asclepiadaceae).

But watch this space for what there WILL BE!!!!
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Colin

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