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Title Year Details References
Allgemeine Gartenzeitung. ; v.9 (1841) 1841 Berlin. 1
Carnegie Institution of Washington publication. ; no. 248, v. 3 (1922) 1902 Washington,Carnegie Institution of Washington,1902- 2
Contributions from the United States National Herbarium ; v.23(1920-1926) 1920 Washington, D.C. :Smithsonian Institution Press,1890- 1
Trees and shrubs of Mexico / By Paul C. Standley. ; 1920 Washington,Govt. Print. Off.,1920-1926. 1
Carnegie Institution of Washington publication. ; no.248,v.3 (1922) 1922 Washington,Carnegie Institution of Washington,1902- 2
The Cactaceae : descriptions and illustrations of plants of the cactus family / by N.L. Britton and J.N. Rose. ; v.3 1922 Washington :Carnegie Institution of Washington,1919-1923. 2
Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th series. ; 4th ser. v. 18 (1929-1930) 1929 San Francisco,California Academy of Sciences. 1
Allan Hancock Pacific expeditions. [Reports] ; v.13 (1946-1950) 1943 Los Angeles,University of Southern California Press. 1
The botanic gardens list of rare and threatened species ; 1984 1984 IUCN Conservation Monitoring Centre 1
1997 IUCN red list of threatened plants ; 1997 1997 Cambridge : IUCN, World Conservation Union, 1998 1
Succulent plants in trade from the wild: analysis of conservation status and international trade ; 1999 1999 UK Dept of the Environment, Transport and Regions 1
Checklist of CITES Species: a reference to the appendices to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora ; 2001 2001 CITES 1
Checklist of CITES Species and Annotated CITES Appendices and Reservations ; 2005 2005 CITES Secretariat, UNEP-WCMC 1


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