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December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by MikeT » Sat Dec 02, 2017 10:18 pm

The topic for December is NOW Rebutias, NOT as below ....

The topic for December is any Mesembryanthemaceae (or Aizoaceae if you prefer). Hopefully lots of scope there.
Some to start the theme off:
- could be in the greenhouse
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Titanopsis
- or in habitat
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Cheiridopsis
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Conophytum pellucidum
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Re: December 2017 - Mesembryanthemaceae

Post by rodsmith » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:17 am

This was the subject of the October 2017 competition!! :???: You need to check previous subjects. It's probably ok to re-use a subject after a few years, but not after two months.
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by MikeT » Sun Dec 03, 2017 1:09 pm

Oops. Thanks, Rod. A simple check on recent topics would have been a rather obvious good idea.

Plan B it is then: December's topic is Rebutias, not their best time of year in the Northern hemisphere, but they may still be flowering in habitat now. Any Rebutias, flowers or not. Some starters:
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albiflora x heliosa
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by Chris L » Sun Dec 03, 2017 4:44 pm

rebutia_muscula_apricot[2016_001b].jpg
Rebutia muscula 'Apricot Ice'
rebutia_fabrisii_v_aureiflora_WR687[2016_001b].jpg
Rebutia fabrisii v aureiflora
rebutia_pygmaea_v_nov_RH2283b[2017_001b].jpg
Rebutia pygmaea
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Rebutia pygmaea
rebutia_tropaeolipicta[2017_001a][seedsown].jpg
Rebutia tropaeolipicta
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by DaveW » Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:27 am

Whose concept of Rebutia The traditional morphological one, Rebutia, Aylostera, Digitorebutia etc. The New Cactus Lexicon all embracing one (including Sulcorebutia etc) or modem DNA Classifications excluding Aylostera etc?

This is the only Rebutia sensu stricto I can find at the moment, plenty of Aylostera's though.

Rebutia violaciflora
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by MikeT » Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:45 pm

DaveW wrote:Whose concept of Rebutia The traditional morphological one, Rebutia, Aylostera, Digitorebutia etc. The New Cactus Lexicon all embracing one (including Sulcorebutia etc) or modem DNA Classifications excluding Aylostera etc?
The 3 examples I put as starters include Aylostera and Sulcorebutia, so NCL it then... :smile:
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by DaveW » Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:41 pm

OK.

Aylostera heliosa ssp. solisioides
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Rebutia pygmaea WR 646
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Aylostera perplexa
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Aylostera fabrisii ssp. aureiflora
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by DaveW » Thu Dec 14, 2017 11:51 am

An Aylostera and a few Sulcorebutia's since nobody seems to be posting.

Aylostera rosalbiflora (a pig to photograph due to it's unusual very delicate flower colour being affected by the lighting it is under. They seem to vary in the intensity of the pink in the flower, mine seems paler than most.)
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Sulcorebutria steinbachii ssp. clizensis.
S.-steinbachii-ssp.-clizens.jpg
Sulcorebutia verticillacantha.
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Sulcorebutia tiraquensis ssp. electracantha.
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by Sheila » Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:28 pm

Hi,

A couple from me
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And – Smile please
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Re: December 2017 - Rebutias

Post by rodsmith » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:30 am

Here is my offering.
Rebutia heliosa flowers 17 May 2014.JPG
Rebutia heliosa
Rebutia marsoneri flowers 17 May 2014.JPG
Rebutia marsoneri
Rebutia muscula flowers 28 May 2015.JPG
Rebutia muscula
Rebutia steinbachii  flowers 21 May 2015.JPG
Rebutia steinbachii
Rebutia steinmanii flowers 29 May 2013.JPG
Rebutia steinmanii
Sulcorebutia augustinii flowers 3 July 2015.JPG
Sulcorebutia augustinii
Sulcorebutia canigueralii flowers 17 May 2014.JPG
Sulcorebutia canigueralii
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