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Published by D. Kloppenburg in Fresno CA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hoya,
  • Identification

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesDoctor Schlechter"s Hoya species., Hoya species.
Statementby Dale Kloppenburg
ContributionsSchlechter, Rudolf, 1872-1925
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 165 p. :
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26327506M
OCLC/WorldCa28363799

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Title. Dr. Schlechter's Hoya species. Related Titles. Related/Analytical: Doctor Schlechter's Hoya species. Related/Analytical: Hoya species. By. Kloppenburg, Robert. The book has description of species from the popular genus Hoya – the waxflower. Each of these are shortly described with origin, size, colour and shape as well as some hints on successful growing. There are also general facts about the genus – appearance, pollination and growing. This books' greatest asset is the index of over pictures of many species that represent this genus. It shows the diversity of these plants and their habitats. Also has chapters on cultivation with points regarding in-house and greenhouse growth. Chapters about taxonomy and the vegetative structures also make for interesting reading/5(6). Dr. Schlechter's Hoyas By Dale Kloppenburg (1 Volume, Pages The World Of Hoyas (A Book Of Pictures) Pages Complete Library of Fraterna Magazines from April thru (22 years) We also have access to most if not all of Dale Kloppenburg's Passport Series of all known published hoyas, complete with descriptions and research photos.

About this book. Covers species from the popular genus Hoya. Each of these are shortly described with for example origin, size, colour and shape plus some hints on successfull growing. There are also general facts about the genus – appearance, pollination and growing. Vol. page 31 In description; Hoya ralphdavisiana (not ralphdavisoniana). The following new species are presented in PDF format with ISSN number. 1. Hoya blashernaezii Kloppenburg subsp. valmayoriana Kloppenburg, Guevarra & Carandang 2. Hoya mindorensis Schlechter subsp. erythrostemma Kerr   Hoya macgregorii [Schlechter] Philippines The umbels of Hoya macgregorii are spectacular. They are large globose clusters of or more flowers per umbel, more than any other hoya species. It has a spicy sharp fragrance. The plant is a vigorous vine, so give it lots of room to grow -- it will need the space. Hoya paziaeKloppenburg. This was named after the wife of Robert Dale Kloppenburg, author of the book Philippine Hoya Species, which has become the bible of Hoya enthusiasts. Physical-wise this species is untidy and shrubby. Its leaves are dark green and its flowers have superb sweet smell. Hoya heushkeliana Kloppenburg.

Abstract: To add to the existing described hoya species from the Philippines is this new unique species that differs from all known Philippine species by its tiny flowers small floral parts and different leaves. Collected on Mt. Hamiguitan, Mindanao Island, Philippines, by the late Dr. Cecile Amoroso. We, for a long time now, have been aware that the species in this section have very little in common with the Genus Hoya and so have made the decision to place it into the Genus status. In addition to the differences noted by Dr. Schlechter, the characters of the Genus Eriostemma (Schlechter) Kloppenburg and Gilding are as follows. One is Dr. Schlechter's mention of the short translators and minute retinaculum in Hoya betchei ; another is the deciduous character of the peduncles on Hoya chlorantha. All characters are important and the variability of characters needs to be constantly kept in mind and studied. Find The Genus Hoya - Species and Cultivation by Anders Wennstrom & Katrina Stenman - COVID Update. J Biblio is open and shipping orders. Book condition: Fine Book Description. Umea, Sweden, Hardcover. What was Dr. Seuss’s first published book? Take a stab at guessing and be entered to win a $50 Biblio gift.