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1 December 2009 Gymnocalycium in Cultivation—A Survey of Cultivars
Gordon Rowley
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A conservative treatment of the genus Gymnocalycium leaves many botanical names in limbo. Where these represent plants in cultivation that are recognizable and worth preserving, a cultivar name is appropriate. Latinized epithets rejected as synonyms require only a change of font: from italics to normal (Roman) type, an initial capital, and single quotation marks. A checklist of about 300 such names is presented, along with relevant documentation.

Gordon Rowley "Gymnocalycium in Cultivation—A Survey of Cultivars," Haseltonia 2009(15), 80-101, (1 December 2009).
Published: 1 December 2009
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