CRISTATE FORMS IN CRASSULACEAE FAMILY Peter Lapshin
FROM THE EDITOR:
1. Ladies and gentlemen! Do all the members of your clubs know about the magazine "Cultivar"?
This bi-monthly magazine has already been issued for two years running. It's a non-commercial project arranged in Russia. The magazine is bilingual (in Russian and English) and, since it's electronic, no paper version is available.
It's possible to get information on every new issue of the magazine through the following cacti subscriptions: cacti_etc, living_rocks; cacti and succulents; firstname.lastname@example.org
According to statistical data the magazine is read by cacti lovers in 63 countries, only 8 of them being the countries of the former USSR where they speak Russian.
We beg you to inform your club's members, colleagues from other cities and countries and also the journals' editors of our edition. On our part we are ready to tell in the pages of "Cultivar" about your club or journal, exhibitions, collections of cacti lovers'. You may also advertise here. Feel free to write us!
If you or other cacti lovers wish to be informed of the next appearance of the magazine, let us know it.
We are ready to exchange addresses – site links and banners.
You may reprint any articles published in "Cultivar" and even the whole issue provided you make a reference to "Cultivar".
2. Thanin Bannarakna (Thailand) invites you to pay a visit to his updated site: http://incrediblecactus.tripod.com. We updated "Our Plants" pages.
There is a lot of pictures of "Super Kabuto" plants and also of some other astrophytums. Please check it up!
3. Now the e-magazine Cultivar has got its own guestbook where you can put down your opinions, suggestions and wishes to the magazine and also to discuss problems brought up here.
Compiler: Walery Kalishev (Chelyabinsk)
4. SUBSCRIPTION for "Cultivar" e-magazine has been started! We are looking forward to your requests!
English translation by: Irina Ten, VA, USA, Larisa Zaitseva – Chelyabinsk
Lay-out and publishing in Internet: Peter Lapshin (Moscow)