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English: Christmas Cactus cultivar. This appears to be Schlumbergera Reginae Group 'Bristol Queen'; the hybrid S. orssichiana × S. Truncata Group 'Spectabile', made by McMillan in 1985. See the illustration in McMillan, A.J.S.; Horobin, J.F. (1995) Christmas Cacti : The genus Schlumbergera and its hybrids, p/b edition, Sherbourne, Dorset: David Hunt, ISBN 978-0-9517234-6-3, p. 119.
Deutsch: Gliederkaktus, Osterkaktus, Weihnachtskaktus
Português: Flor-de-maio
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