NEWS 2021


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31/12 THE NEW NEWS 2022.
30/12New plants:Eriospermum alcicorne, Eriospermum titanopsoides and Euphorbia nadiae.
29/12New plants: Commiphora habessinica, Commiphora incisa and Rabiea albipuncta.
28/12 New plants: Euphorbia decepta, Dasylirion longissimum and Commiphora boranensis.
27/12 New plants: Senecio sempervivus, Dioon califanoi and Zamia encephalartoides.
26/12 New plants: Kedrostis heterophylla, Macrozamia stenomera and Encephalartos latifrons.
25/12 The 118 pages with botanical garden and collections have had their make-over. This site feels like having a garden: Weeding out errors, adding new plants and almost newer actually enjoying it. I ought to go back in the archives and find larger photos of the places I visited way back - or go back and make new...
21/12 Thanks to Wojciech Maksymilian Szymanski; 2 new plants: Anisodus tanguticus and Mandragora turcomanica.
19/12 Thanks to Geoff Breen; a new plant: Dracaena tamaranae.
12/12 Thanks to Geoff Breen; a new plant: Cordyline australis.
8/12 The 1556 single plant pages + the 90 on Rikke's Plants have been modernize along with the 117 families - and most other odd pages. 170 hours of intense work, feedback most appreciated!  
24/11 After many thoughts, I have finally started updating the design of the 1556 single-plant-pages. Not much, but better for smart-phones - I hope.
I did find a few errors, making all the new pages - and probably created some new ones.
This is NOT a database: The pages are made manual, and it will take me more than 100 hours intense work, despite I had all data and photos.
29/7 New plants: Cyphia undulata and Ficus arnottiana.
22/7 Thanks to Pattock, Manchester, the list of puzzling Latin names has shorten: Matelea is the only remaining name.
 Knowledge to the Kali'na language might help...
6/4 Thanks to Urs Eggli, who have written the great book: Etymological Dictionary of Succulent Plant Names, the list of puzzling Latin names has shorten: Cathissa, (Euphorbia) bongensis, Huszia and Matelea.
Help will be highly appreciated:
E-m@il.me.
19/2 A new plant: Beaucarnea olsonii
11/1 An index page listing some of the different taxonomic systems. (From History, nothing new really.)
10/1 General error corrections and a lot of comas between authors name and year.
9/1 General error corrections and a lot of comas between authors name and year.
8/1 General error corrections and a lot of comas between authors name and year.
7/1 Error corrections on the family pages.
6/1 General error corrections and a lot of comas between authors name and year.
5/1 General error corrections. Found a few Latin name explanations.
4/1 A new family - as some of the Portulacaceae are now TALINACEAE
3/1 Done with the Latin names "translations". Except 16 names that puzzles me: Baseonema, Cathissa, Doyerea, bongensis, dilobadena, Gonatopus, Huszia, Lecanopteris,
Matelea, peniculina, platytyrea, sterrophylla, Obetia, Oeceoclades, wrinkleana and dieterleae.
Help will be highly appreciated: E-m@il.me.
2/1 Almost done with the Latin names "translations".
1/1 THE OLD NEWS 2020