December 1st, 2008: Collection by Dennis de Kock
: Dennis de Kock, one of the most
well known experts studying stapeliads and Ceropegia, has sent a big contribution to stapeliads.info,
with an article and 400 unique images. Read the article now
October 29th, 2011: Darrel Plowes sent us a new
representing his idea of the current status of stapeliad taxonomy.
Many thanks go to Dennis and Darrel from the whole community of stapeliads.info.
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