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Part of the Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants book series (SUCCPLANTS)


The nothogenus is presented in short form, including bibliographical citation, synonymy, parent genera, and etymology.

×Bayerara D. M. Cumming (Haworthiad 13(1): 20, 1999). — AlooideaeLit: Cumming (1999). Etym: For Martin Bruce Bayer (*1935), South African agricultural entomologist, succulent plant enthusiast and gardener, and former curator of the Karoo National Botanic Gardens, Worcester, RSA, specialist on Haworthia; and suffix ‘-ara’, indicating plurigeneric hybrids.

≡ Aloe × Gasteria × Haworthia. The only known combination (with a Haworthia × Gasteria hybrid as one parent and a complex interspecific Aloe hybrid as the other parent) is the cultivar ‘Triple Chance’ (Mays 2009: 46, with ills.).


  1. Cumming, D. M. (1999) New nothogenera proposed for four trigeneric hybrids within Aloaceae. Haworthiad 13(1): 20–21.Google Scholar
  2. Mays, H. (2009) Hybrids & cultivars of the succulent Asphodelaceae. Volume 1. Aloe, Astroloba, Bulbine, Gasteria & nothogenera. St. Michaels on Wyre (GB): Harry Mays.Google Scholar

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  1. 1.Sukkulenten-Sammlung ZürichGrün Stadt ZürichZürichSwitzerland

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