- Dr Loukie Viljoen. toothache@... P O Box 245, Fourways, 2055, Gauteng South Africa. (w) +27 11 4658442, (Mobile) 0823385677 - 26° 02' 17.84"S 27° 56' 32.06"E - Elev. 1453m - [Skype= loukiev1]Morning to All, this is from a plant, from the type locality, given to me by Robin Frandsen, the discoverer of this stapelia, and he described it 1975 from the type locality in the Cedarberg. For a long time it was known as S deflexa,it was described before 1820 by Jacquin, from material in the Schonbrunn Gardens in Vienna, Frandsen (1975) and Leach (1985) argued that Jacquin's figure is most probably a hybrid, and Brown (1907) mistook it as well and described S deflexa, as a consequence plants from Piketberg and Cedarberg were nameless, thus described by Frandsen (1975), but apparently plants were collected and known in 1943 by Gerrit Wagener.enjoy regards Loukie
- Hello Loukie,
What a great shot! Beautifully grown plant, with the perfect foregound. Is the foreground a log/tree bark?
From: loukie viljoen <toothache@...>
To: Stapeliad@yahoogroups.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2013 7:42 AM
Subject: [sastapeliads] Stapelia cedrimontana
Hi to all, they come from the type locality in the Cedarberg Mountains in the Cape collected by Robin Frandsen, he is at moment busy with Darrel Plowes check list enjoy regards Loukie