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×Gasterhaworthia ASPHODELACEAE

  • U. EggliEmail author
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Part of the Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants book series (SUCCPLANTS)

Abstract

The nothogenus is presented in short form, including bibliographical citation, synonymy, parent genera, and etymology.

×Gasterhaworthia Guillaumin (Bull. Mus. Nation. Hist. Nat., Sér. 2, 3: 339, 1931). — AlooideaeLit: Cumming (1999); Mays (2009: ill. synopsis).
  • Incl. ×Haworthio-gasteria Kondo & Megata ex Megata (1943) (nom. inval., Art. H6.2).

  • Incl. ×Gasworthia Gates (1955) (nom. illeg., Art. 52.1).

  • Incl. ×Gasworthiopsis G. D. Rowley (2014).

= Gasteria × Haworthia. Rowley (1982: 76) lists 5 known combinations (1 cultivar, 4 formally named), and Mays (2009) presents short descriptions and illustrations of c. 30 more recently published cultivars.

References

  1. Cumming, D. M. (1999) New nothogenera proposed for four trigeneric hybrids within Aloaceae. Haworthiad 13(1): 20–21.Google Scholar
  2. Mays, H. (2009) Hybrids & cultivars of the succulent Asphodelaceae. Volume 1. Aloe, Astroloba, Bulbine, Gasteria & nothogenera. St. Michaels on Wyre (GB): Harry Mays.Google Scholar
  3. Rowley, G. D. (1982) Intergeneric hybrids in succulents. Nation. Cact. Succ. J. 37(1): 2–6, (2): 45–49, (3): 76–80, (4): 119, ills.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sukkulenten-Sammlung ZürichGrün Stadt ZürichZürichSwitzerland

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