The first issue of 2023 is available now:
-Rebecca Lance introduces and explores the use of beneficial predators to control flat mites (or any other infestations) on Hoya collections.
-Mark Randal presents an overview of all Hoya species published in 2022 featuring a chart, collection map, and photo gallery. Rachel Colette Conroy provides some background information on the featured photographers.
-Photography and further contributions from Surisa Somadee Riampreeda, Sri Susanti, Susi Susilawati, Umar Saha, and Bsdharma.
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This issue contains:
An article exploring the taxonomic history and ecology of Hoya imbricta from Vespirs Blake Hackney
A new cultivar, Hoya ‘Carol’, from Surisa Riampreeda
A photo montage of morphological variations in the Hoya finlaysonii complex from Pattamate Watthanasakulcharoen
A remembrance of the life of Ted Green from Rachel Colette Conroy
The first new issue of Stemma in 13 years is ready for download.
In this new issue you will find:
-A report on new collections of Philippine hoya species from Farley & Dia Baricuatro;
-A study on the history and correct nomenclature of Hoya carnosa ‘Compacta’ from Rachel Colette Conroy;
-An article detailing new detection and prevention policies on flat mites in Hoya collections from Rebecca Lance;
-One new cultivar, Hoya ‘Erik’ from Gardino Nursery;
-and a series of montages showing the floral anatomy of Hoya ‘Sunset’ and its parents Hoya obscura and Hoya lacunosa from Vespirs Blake Hackney.
New issues will be available for download here. All past issues will also be available for download. For discussion and more features, see our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1204329890103182