With Guillermo Rivera
Tuesday, February 16, 2021 – 7:00 pm Pacific Time
NOTE: This month’s presentation will be held online. Zoom login information below. Our in-person events are suspended until further notice.
This month’s presentation will focus on the variety of cacti in Central Brazil, particularly the states of Minas Gerais and Bahia. The habitats of Cerrado, Caatinga, and Atlantic Forest are well represented in these states, allowing for a great diversity of many Brazilian genera: Uebelmannia, Micranthocereus, Melocactus, Pilosocereus, among others. Our guide Guillermo Rivera will take us on a journey of over 4000 km, and promises it is worth the drive!
“Because of the pandemic our tours have been reprogrammed. For 2021 we plan Baja California (April), Namibia (May), Ecuador (June-July), South Africa (August), Madagascar (October), Argentina-Chile (November). For 2022…. Baja California, Socotra, Brazil, Peru, Northern Madagascar, Northwestern Argentina”
Meeting Format and Login Instructions:
Please plan to join the meeting by 7pm if you haven’t used zoom before, as it takes a moment to download and install. Everyone else is welcome early as well to chit-chat before we start.
The formal presentation will begin at 7:30pm.
Zoom doesn’t run in your browser. It is a desktop app, and there are also mobile apps you can download in your device’s app store to watch on a phone or tablet.
If it’s your first time using zoom, click the link below and it will automatically take you through a download process. If you already have Zoom installed, you can click and go straight in, or open zoom and use the meeting ID and password to get in. At some point you may be asked a question about audio. “Join with computer audio” is the right choice. Don’t worry, you can keep your microphone muted until you are ready to speak.
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Meeting ID: 813 3889 5814
If the Zoom meeting fills up or you cant get it to work, we will simulcast on Facebook live on our page at: http://fb.me.sfsucculent
- March 16: Rob Nixon “Succulents of the US Mexico Border“
- April 10: MesembsVirtually joint event with the Mesemb Study Group and the BCSS Manchester Branch.
- April 20: Yucca – Brian Kemble