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Plant Profiles (C&S)

ROM Plant profiles - written initially for Cactus Romania (http://www.cactusi.com) between 2006 - 2008. In mid 2009 Cactus Romania has changed (for a short time) the skin and took also a different, more pragmatic but also more simplified approach; however, I have decided to keep the same structure of the plant profiles for my website. All plant profiles dated 2006 - 2008 have been published on Cactus Romania, the more recent ones you can find only here:


Agavaceae (currently subfam. Agavoideae in fam. Asparaceae)


Agave americana ssp. americana (2011)    download 

Agave cupreata (2011)  download

Agave decipiens (2010) 
  
  download

Agave franzosinii (2006)
   
  download

Agave geminiflora (2009)     
download

Agave guadalarajana (2011)   download

Agave kerchovei (2007) 
     download


Agave macroacantha (2011)    download


Agave parryii var. huachucensis (2009) 
    
 download 

Agave parryii var. parryii (2009)    
download    

Agave parviflora ssp. parviflora (2008)  download

Agave pelona (2009)   download

Agave  potatorum (2006)   download     

Agave striata ssp. striata (2006)  download
 


Beaucarnea guatemalensis (2006) 
  download

Beaucarnea recurvata (2006)  
 download

Yucca whippleyi sp. whippleyi (2007)   download


                
Aizoaceae


Carpobrotus edulis ssp. edulis  (2008)      download         

Disphyma australe ssp. australe (2007)     download

Frithia pulchra (2008)  download

Lithops olivacea var. olivacea (2008) 
 
    download   

Lithops pseudotruncatella ssp. volkii (2006)    download  

Oscularia deltoides  (2009)  download    



Apocynaceae

Pachypodium ambongense (2008)    download       

Pachypodium rosulatum ssp. gracilius (2009)    download    



Asphodelaceae (currently subfam. Asphodeloideae in fam. Xanthorrhoeaceae)

Aloe arborescens (2006)  
download      

Aloe aristata (2006) 
 
download      

Aloe barberae (2006)   
download

Aloe glauca  var. spinosior  (2007)    download 

Aloe hemmingii (2008)    download   

Aloe jucunda (2009)   download             

Aloe juvenna (2007)  
download

Aloe maculata (2006)   download    

Aloe peglerae (2009)  download
           

Aloe plicatilis (2006)   download
    

Aloe polyphylla (2006) 
 download        

Aloe succotrina (2007)   download   

Aloe variegata (2009)  download   

Aloe vera (2006)  download         

Gasteria batesiana var. batesiana (2008)    download

Gasteria bicolor var. liliputana (2008)  download

Gasteria brachyphylla (2009)  download  

Haworthia bayeri (2009)   download  

Haworthia herbacea var. herbacea (2010)    download

Haworthia limifolia var. limifolia (2008)    download



Cactaceae

Austrocylindropuntia pachypus (2006)   download    

Austrocylindropuntia subulata (2006)    download
   

Cleistocactus winteri (2006)  download      

Cylindropuntia fulgida var. fulgida (2008)     download 

Cylindropuntia imbricata (2008)    download  

Echinopsis ancistrophora ssp. arachnacantha (var. sulphurea) (2007)  download

Echinopsis ancistrophora ssp. arachnacantha (var. torrecillasensis) (2011) download

Echinopsis ancistrophora ssp. arachnacantha (2007)    download

Echinopsis aurea var. aurea (2010)    download 

Echinopsis aurea var. dobeana (2010)   download  

Echinopsis formosa ssp. bruchii (2010)    download  

Echinopsis smrziana (2009)   download

Eriosyce senilis ssp. senilis (2009)  download

Ferocactus schwarzii (2008)   download

Gymnocalycium bruchii var. bruchii (2007)   download 

Gymnocalycium monvillei ssp. achirasense (2009)  download 

Lobivia chrysochete var. markusii (2006)   download 

Mammillaria chionocephala (2006, rev. 2009)  
download

Mammillaria columbiana ssp. yucatanasensis (2006)    download  

Mammillaria elongata ssp. elongata (2006)   download    

Mammillaria microhelia (2006)   download

Mammillaria moelleriana (2006)   download   
 
Mammillaria muehlenpfordtii (2009)   download

Mammillaria pseudoperbella (2009)    download

Mammillaria ritteriana (2009)   download  

Mammilloydia candida (2009)   download

Matucana haynei ssp. myriacantha (2006)    download       

Melocactus zehntneri (2010)     download

Obregonia denegrii (2009)   download

Opuntia pilifera (2009)     download

Opuntia polyacantha var. erinacea (2006)    download

Opuntia tomentosa (2011)   download

Parodia nigrispina (2008)   download

Parodia tuberculata (2007)   download

Rebutia heliosa var. heliosa (2006)  download

Rebutia muscula (2006)    download

Rebutia perplexa (2006)   download

Thelocactus setispinus (2006)   download



Chenopodiaceae (currently subfam. Chenopodioideae in fam. Amaranthaceae)


Sarcocornia quinqueflora ssp. quinqueflora (2008)   download


Crassulaceae

x Graptosedum 'Ghosty' (2009)  download

x Pachyveria 'Exotica' (2008, rev. 2011)  download

Aeonium 'Kiwionium' (2007)    download

Aeonium arboreum (2006)    download

Aeonium arboreum var. holochrysum (2009)  download

Aeonium haworthii (2008)   download

Cotyledon orbiculata var. orbiculata (2007)  download

 

Crassula arborescens ssp. arborescens (2007) download

 

Crassula coccinea (2007)  download

Crassula multicava ssp. multicava (2009)  download


Crassula ovata (2006)   download 

Crassula rubricaulis (2009)  download

Crassula rupestris ssp. marnierana (2009)  download

Crassula tetragona ssp. tetragona (2007)  download

Echeveria 'Black Prince' (2009)   download

Echeveria agavoides (2007)   download

Echeveria agavoides x pulidonis (2006)   download
 
Echeveria coccinea (2008)   download

Echeveria derenbergii (2011)     download

Echeveria elegans (2006)  download

Echeveria lilacina (2006)    download

Echeveria prolifica (2006)  download

Echeveria pulidonis (2006)  download

Echeveria pulvinata (2006)   download

Echeveria setosa var. setosa (2006) 
download

Echeveria 'Gilva' (2006)   s2

Echeveria 'Imbricata' (2009)  s2

Echeveria 'Set Oliver' (2009)  s2

Graptopetalum paraguayense ssp. paraguayense (2008)   s2

Graptopetalum superbum (2008)   s2

Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (2008)   s2

Kalanchoe fedschenkoi (2008)   s2

Kalanchoe pumila (2006)   s2

Pachyphytum oviferum (2006)      s2

Sedum burrito (2007)   s2

Sedum kimnachii (2009)   s2

Sedum lucidum (2009)   s2

Sedum morganianum (2007)   s2

Sedum nussbaumerianum (2008)    s2


Sedum pachyphyllum (2007)  s2

Sedum palmeri (2010)   s2

Sedum praealtum ssp. praealtum (2011)   s2

Sedum rubrotinctum (2006, rev. 2007)
  s2

Sedum suaveolens (2009)   s2

Tacitus bellus (2009)   s2



Euphorbiaceae


Euphorbia aeruginosa (2006)   s2

Euphorbia canariensis (2006)   s2

Euphorbia obesa ssp. obesa (2009)    s2

Euphorbia obesa ssp. symmetrica (2008)   s2


Euphorbia pseudocactus (2006)   s2

Euphorbia royleana (2008)    s2

Euphorbia woodii (2009)   s2


Gesneriaceae

Sinningia leucotricha (2007)    s2


Hyancinthaceae (currently subfam. Scilloideae in fam. Asparagaceae)

Ornithogalum caudatum (2010)   s2


 
Passiforaceae

Adenia glauca (2007)   s2


Rutaceae

Adenandra uniflora (2010)   s2



 
Why Ninety Mile Beach?
You might wonder whether the title of this website – Ninety Mile Beach – was a deliberate mismatch with the content; otherwise why on earth would one use this title when (except for very few photos) you can’t find anything about Ninety Mile Beach here? Truth to be said – Ninety Mile Beach is a very special place on Earth anyway and there is no need of extra emphasizing its uniqueness, however, not by me. But this fine piece of nature has also a particular meaning for me as this endless beach was few years back – in a fully unexpected way – a place of spiritual revelation and complete freedom – this is the fact I have to acknowledge. This website I have started in late 2007 has largely outgrown its original purpose and I have also abandoned some of my initial projects because of other things that have caught my attention. Oh well, that’s who I am, I guess. At this stage this website is not only mirroring my past and present points of interest – especially cacti and other succulent plants and New Zealand’s nature with focus set on coastal habitats and plant naturalization – but is also a tribute: I have truly discovered my love for nature only since moving to New Zealand. This website is not intended to be eye-catching, but to provide useful information instead. It is actually a collection of texts in English and Romanian with no particular theme – from well over 100 plant profiles to travelogues to succulent plant naturalization to my recent Rangitoto Island obsession to other texts celebrating New Zealand’s nature and habitats and pretty much anything in between - accompanied by a small but varied photo gallery, and nothing else. External links will open PDF files containing illustrated articles you can view or download for personal use. I have saved fancy website designs for later hoping that you’ll enjoy it as it is. Some texts have been already published on other websites like Cactusi.com (formerly known as Cactus Romania ), Aztekium and International Crassulaceae Website, or in magazines like Kaktusy I Inne, Aztekium, New Zealand Cactus and Succulent Journal, and Avonia; some other you won’t find anywhere else. Oh, I have almost forgot – there is one page though (I trust you will discover which one in worst case by trial-and-error) for which a minimum IQ of 10 is strongly recommended to visitors at all times (or alternatively a good sense of humour, but this rarely comes with a lower IQ). As they say - safety first! Eduart Zimer.

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