|CSSA VOL.88, July-August 2016 No.4
|Extrafloral nectaries in cacti
|James D Mauseth, Jon P Rebmann & Silvia Rodrigues Machado
|A new species of cremnophytic Aloe from Mozambique
|Tom A McCoy, & Obety Jose Baptista
|First record of Lepismium lumbricoides (Lem.) Barthlott (Cactaceae), in Minas Gerais state, Brazil
|Diego Rafael Gonzaga, Luiz menini Neto & Ariane Luna Peixoto
|Cacti and succulents and scenery - oh my!
|Jeff Chemnick, Dan Mahr & Gregg Starr
|Pushing the limits with cacti & succulents in cold climates
On the cover: If you've ever needed a reason to get out a magnifying glass and take a closer look at some of your cacti, this is it! Jim Mauseth's close-up of a young Tephrocactus articulatus stem shows the dew like exudate. There are many more examples in the article he co-authored in this issue. Having few cacti to inspect, however, your Editor will survey the Eulophia and Adenia in his collection instead.