“Rhipsalis” Genus

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Rhipsalis is commonly known as “Mistletoe Cactus”54. The term Rhipsalis was derived from the Ancient Greek for “wickerwork,” meaning “the plant’s morphology.” This genus is native to Central America, the Caribbean, and South America.  Rhipsalis might also be found in isolated areas in Asia and Africa. This genus can grow pendant or sprawling. Generally, plants under Rhipsalis have three shapes, terete, angular, or flattened.

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