Publications by herbarium researchers, citing the herbarium, or based on ARIZ specimens:

2007

Anderson, J. L. (2007). "Vascular plants of Arizona: Anacardiaceae." Canotia 3(2): 13-22.

Broyles, B, A. G. Rankin, & R. S. Felger. 2007. Native Peoples of the Dry Borders Region. Pages 128-146, in Felger & Broyles, editors. Dry Borders. University of Utah Press.

Broyles, B., L. Evans, R. S. Felger, and G. P. Nabhan. 2007. Our Grand Desert: A Gazetteer. Pages 509-607, in Felger & Broyles, editors. Dry Borders. University of Utah Press.

Felger, R. S., B. Broyles, M. F. Wilson, G. P. Nabhan, & D. S. Turner. 2007. Six Grand Reserves, One Grand Desert. Pages 3-26, in Felger & Broyles, editors. Dry Borders. University of Utah Press.

Felger, R. S., M. Wilson, K. Mauz, & S. Rutman. 2007. Botanical Diversity of southwestern Arizona and northwestern Sonora. Pages 202-271, in Felger & Broyles, editors. Dry Borders. University of Utah Press.

Felger. R.S. 2007. Living resources at the center of the Sonoran Desert: Native American plant and animal utilization. Pages 147-192, in Felger & amp; Broyles, editors. Dry Borders. University of Utah Press.

Gutierrez Jr., R. (2007). "Vascular plants of Arizona: Martyniaceae." Canotia 3(2): 26-31.

Gutierrez Jr., R. (2007). "Vascular plants of Arizona: Bromeliaceae." Canotia 3(2): 23-25.

Gutierrez Jr., R. (2007). "Vascular plants of Arizona: Psilotaceae." Canotia 3(2): 32-34.

Marlowe, K. and L. Hufford (2007). "Taxonomy and biogeography of Gaillardia (Asteraceae): A phylogenetic analysis." Systematic Botany 32(1): 208-226.

McLaughlin, S. P. (2007). "A new species of Phacelia (Hydrophyllaceae) from Southern Arizona, USA." NOVON 17(1): 46-48.

Raguso, R., A. Kelber, M. Pfaff, R. Levin and L. McDade (2007). "Floral biology of North American Oenothera sect. Lavauxia (Onagraceae): Advertisements, rewards, and extreme variation in floral depth." Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 94(1): 236-257.

Reeder, J. R. and C. G. Reeder (2007). "Two more alien grasses now at home in the Continental USA." Phytologia 89(1): 1-7.

Stefanovic, S., M. Kuzmina and M. Costea (2007). "Delimitation of major lineages within Cuscuta subgenus Grammica (Convolvulaceae) using plastid and nuclear DNA sequences." American Journal of Botany 94: 568-589.

Swenson, N. G. and B. J. Enquist (2007). "Ecological and evolutionary determinants of a key plant functional trait: Wood density and its community-wide variation across latitude and elevation." American Journal of Botany 94(3): 451-459.

Van Devender, T. R. and A. L. Reina G. (2007). "Noteworthy Collections: Sonora." Madrono 54.

Weiser, M. D., B. J. Enquist, B. Boyle, T. J. Killeen, P. M. Jørgensen, G. Fonseca, M. D. Jennings, A. J. Kerkhoff, T. E. L. Jr., A. Monteagudo, M. P. N. Vargas, O. L. Phillips, N. G. Swenson and R. V. Martínez (2007). "Latitudinal patterns of range size and species richness of New World woody plants." Global Ecology and Biogeography OnLine Early, 2007.

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2006

Banerjee, M. J., V. J. Gerhart and E. P. Glenn (2006). "Native plant regeneration on abandoned desert farmland: Effects of irrigation, soil preparation, and amendments on seedling establishment." Restoration Ecology 14(3): 339-348.

Barney, J. (2006). "North American History of Two Invasive Plant Species: Phytogeographic Distribution, Dispersal Vectors, and Multiple Introductions." Biological Invasions 8(4): 703-717.

Bashyal, B. P., S. P. McLaughlin and A. A. L. Gunatilaka (2006). "Zinagrandinolides A-C, cytotoxic delta-elemanolide-type sesquiterpene lactones from Zinnia grandiflora." Journal of Natural Products 69(12): 1820-1822.

Bates, S. T. (2006). "A preliminary list of Arizona macrofungi." Canotia 2(2): 47-78.

Christie, K., M. Currie, L. Smith Davis, M.-E. Hill, S. Neal and T. Ayers (2006). "Vascular plants of Arizona: Rhamnaceae." Canotia 2(1): 23-46.

Costea, M., D. M. Brenner, F. J. Tardif, Y. F. Tan and M. Sun (2006). "Delimitation of Amaranthus cruentus L. and Amaranthus caudatus L. using micromorphology and AFLP analysis: an application in germplasm identification." Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 53(8): 1625-1633.

Costea, M., G. L. Nesom and S. Stefanovic (2006). "Taxonomy of the Cuscuta petagona complex (Convolvulaceae) in North America." SIDA 22(1): 151-175.

Felger, R. S. & B. Broyles, editors. 2006. Dry Borders: Great Natural Reserves of the Sonoran Desert. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. 799 pages.

Felger, R. S. (2006). Sonoran Desert Cornucopia: Plants and Animals in Native American Culture. In People and Deserts, Global Environmental Outlook for Deserts, E. Ezcurra, editor. United Nations Environmental Program, Nairobi.

Hearn, D. J. (2006). "Adenia (Passifloraceae) and its adaptive radiation: Phylogeny and growth form diversification." Systematic Botany 31(4): 805-821.

Jiang, H. L., Z. Z. Xie, H. J. Koo, S. P. McLaughlin, B. N. Timmermann and D. R. Gang (2006). "Metabolic profiling and phylogenetic analysis of medicinal Zingiber species: Tools for authentication of ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.)." Phytochemistry 67(15): 1673-1685.

Kiel, C. A., L. A. McDade, T. F. Daniel and D. Champluvier (2006). "Phylogenetic delimitation of Isoglossinae (Acanthaceae : Justicieae) and relationships among constituent genera." Taxon 55(3): 683-694.

Makings, E. (2006). "Flora of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area." Desert Plants 22(2): 1-104.

Mauz, K. (2006). Historic riparian flora of the Tucson basin. Arid Land Resource Sciences. Tucson, University of Arizona: 467.

McLaughlin, S. P. (2006). "Vascular floras of Sonoita Creek State Natural Area and San Rafael State Park: Arizona's first natural-area parks." SIDA 22(1): 661-704.

McLaughlin, S. P. and J. E. Bowers (2006). "Plant species richness at different scales in native and exotic grasslands in southeastern Arizona." Western North American Naturalist 66: 209-221.

Muller, J. (2006). "Systematics of Baccharis (Compositae-Astereae) in Bolivia, including an overview of the genus." Systematic Botany Monographs 76: 1-341.

Salcedo, J., J. A. Arroyave, O. Toro and D. G. Debouck (2006). "Phaseolus novoleonensis, a new species (Leguminosae, Phaseolinae) from the Sierra Madre Oriental, Nuevo Leon, Mexico." Novon 16(1): 105-111.

Staples, G. W., D. F. Austin and J. A. McDonald (2006). "Proposal to reject Ipomoea glaucifolia L. (Convolvulaceae)." Taxon 54: 1075-1079.

Taylor, R. M. and T. J. Ayers (2006). "Systematics of Salvia pachyphylla (Lamiaceae)." Madrono 53(1): 11-24.

Turner, B. L. (2006). "A new species of Perityle (Asteraceae) from Sonora, Mexico." Phytologia 88(1): 94-96.

Van Devender, T. R. 2006. Ice Ages in the Sonoran Desert: Pinyon Pines and Joshua Trees in the Dry Borders Region. Pp. 58-68 in R. S. Felger and B. Broyles (eds.) Dry Borders: Great Natural Reserves of the Sonoran Desert. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Van Devender, T. R. 2006. The Sonoran Desert Tortoise. Natural History, Biology, and Conservation. 2nd edition, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Wolfe, P. 2006. Datatbase of the Homer Shantz Photograph series. Arizona

Yetman, D. 2006. The Organ Pipe Cactus. University of Arizona Press.

Zomlefer, W. B., W. M. Whitten, N. H. Williams and W. S. Judd (2006). "Infrageneric phylogeny of Schoenocaulon (Liliales : Melanthiaceae) with clarification of cryptic species based on ITS sequence data and geographical distribution." American Journal of Botany 93(8): 1178-1192.

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2005

Austin, D. F., R. S. Felger and T. R.Van Devender (2005). "Nomenclature of Ipomoea arborescens(Convolvulaceae) in Sonora, Mexico." SIDA 21: 1283-1292.

Austin, Daniel F. 2005. The enigmaticsalsa da rua (Ipomoeaasarifolia, Convolvulaceae). Ethnobotany (Silver JubileeIssue)17(1-2):41-48.

Austin,Daniel F. 2005. ConvolvulaceaePp.245-252.In:G.W.Staples & D.R.Herbst. A Tropical GardenFlora: plants cultivated in the Hawaiian Islands and other Tropicalplaces.Bishop Museum Press,Honolulu,HI.

Bowers, J. E. (2005). "ElNiño and displays of spring-flowering annuals in the Mojaveand Sonoran deserts." The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society132(1): 38-49.

Cartron, Ceballos, & Felger.2005. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in northern Mexico.Oxford University Press, New York.

Cartron, J.-L. E., G. Ceballos,& R. S. Felger, editors. 2005. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, andConservation in northern Mexico. Oxford University Press, New York. 624pages.

Cartron, J.-L. E., G. Ceballos,& R. S. Felger, editors. 2005. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, andConservation in northern Mexico. Oxford University Press, New York.

Cervantes, A. and H. F. Olvera (2005)."Six new Mexican species of Bernardia(Euphorbiaceae)." Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 149(2):241-256.

Dimmitt, M. A., J. F. Wiens, and T. R.Van Devender. 2005. Extreme succulent diversity in Central BajaCalifornia. Pp. 246-263 in J.-L. E. Cartron, G. Ceballos, and R. S.Felger (eds.), Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in northernMexico. Oxford University Press.

Estrada, A. Eduardo and AlfonsoMartínez-M. 2005. Los Géneros de Leguminosas delNorte de México. Economic Botany 59(3):304. 2005

Evans, M. E. K., D. J. Hearn, W. J.Hahn, J. M. Spangle and D. L. Venable (2005). "Climate and life-historyevolution in evening primroses (Oenothera,Onagraceae): A phylogenetic comparative analysis." Evolution 59(9):1914-1927.

Felger, R. S. and D. F. Austin (2005). "Ipomoea seaania, anew species of Convolvulaceae from Sonora, Mexico." SIDA 21: 1293-1304.

Felger, R. S., T. L. Burgess, S. Dorsi,J. R. Reeder and T. R. Van Devender (2005). "Dichanthium(Poaceae) new to Arizona: open door for a potentially invasivespecies." SIDA 21: 1905-1908.

Felger, R.S., Wallace J. Nichols, andJeffrey A. Seminoff. 2005. Sea turtle conservation, diversity anddesperation in northwestern Mexico. Pages 405-424.

Gilbert, Edward, and Max Licher. 2005.Flora and vegetation of the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon, CoconinoCounty, Arizona. Desert Plants 21: vol.1. 60 pp.

Gottfried, G. J., B. S. Gebow, L. G.Eskew, and C. B. Edminster (compilers). 2005. Connecting MountainIslands and Desert Seas: Biodiversity and Management of the MadreanArchipelago II, 2004 May 11-15; Tucson, AZ. Proc. RMRS-P-36, USDAForest Service, Rocky Mt. Res. Station, Ft. Collins, CO.

Gottfried, G. J., P. F. Folliot, B. S.Gebow, S. Danzer, L. Arriaga, D. G. Neary, and T. R. Van Devender.2005. Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archipelago II:Summary of Discussions during the Concluding Session. Pp. 1-6.

Jenett-Siems, K., S. C. Ott, T.Schimming, K. Siems, F. Muller, M. Hilker, L. Witte, T. Hartmann, D. F.Austin and E. Eich (2005). "Ipangulines and minalobines, chemotaxonomicmarkers of the infrageneric Ipomoeataxon subgenus Quamoclit, section Mina." Phytochemistry 66(2): 223-231.

Levin, R. A. and J. S. Miller (2005)."Relationships within tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae): paraphyly of Lycium and multipleorigins of gender dimorphism." American Journal of Botany 92(12):2044-2053.

Makings, E. (2005). "Flora of the SanPedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Cochise County, Arizona."USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-36: 92-99.

McDade, L. A., T. F. Daniel, C. A. Kieland K. Vollesen (2005). "Phylogenetic relationships among Acantheae(Acanthaceae): Major lineages present contrasting patterns of molecularevolution and morphological differentiation." Systematic Botany 30(4):834-862.

McLaughlin, S. P., M. P. Mc Claren.2005. Recent additions to the flora of the Pinaleno Mountains, GrahamCounty, Arizona. Journal of the Arizona Nevada Academy of Sciences 37:No. 2 pp. 91-92.

McMahon, M. and L. Hufford (2005)."Evolution and development in the amorphoid clade (Amorpheae :Papilionoideae : Leguminosae): Petal loss and dedifferentiation."International Journal of Plant Sciences 166(3): 383-396.

McMahon, M. M. (2005). "Phylogeneticrelationships and floral evolution in the papilionoid legume cladeAmorpheae." Brittonia 57(4): 397-411.

Osaloo, S. K., A. A. Maassoumi and N.Murakami (2005). "Molecular systematics of the Old World Astragalus(Fabaceae) as inferred from nrDNA ITS sequence data." Brittonia 57(4):367-381.

Salo, L. F. (2005). "Red brome (Bromus rubenssubsp. madritensis)in North America: possible modes for early introductions, subsequentspread." Biological Invasions 7(2): 165-180.

Sánchez-Escalante, J., M.Espericueta-Betancourt and R. Castillo-Gámez (2005). "APreliminary Floristic Inventory in the Sierra de Mazatán,Municipios of Ures and Mazatán, Sonora, México."USDA Forest Service Proceedings(RMRS-P-36.).

Schimming, T., K. Jenett-Siems, P.Mann, B. Tofern-Reblin, J. Milson, R. W. Johnson, T. Deroin, D. F.Austin and E. Eich (2005). "Calystegines as chemotaxonomic markers inthe Convolvulaceae." Phytochemistry 66(4): 469-480.

Staples, G. W., J. H. Wiersema, N. A.Chambers and D. F. Austin (2005). "The restoration of Ipomoea muricata(L.) Jacq. (Convolvulaceae)." Taxon 54(4): 1075-1079.

Steinmann, V. (2005). "Four newneotropical species and a new combination of Urera(Urticaceae)." Acta Botánica Mexicana 71: 19-43.

Stoleson, S. H., R. S. Felger, G.Ceballos, C. Raish, M. F. Wilson, & A. Burquez. 2005. Recenthistory of natural resource use and population growth in northernMexico. Pages 52-86, in Cartron, Ceballos, & Felger, editors.Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in northern Mexico. OxfordUniversity Press, New York.

Thompson, D. M. (2005). "Systematics ofMimulussubgenus Schizoplacus (Scrophulariaceae)." Systematic Botany Monographs75: 1-213.

Van Devender, T. R., J. R. Reeder, C.G. Reeder, and A. L. Reina G. 2005. Distribution and diversity ofgrasses in the Yecora region of the Sierra Madre Occidental of easternSonora, Mexico. Pp. 107-121 in J.-L. E. Cartron, G. Ceballos, and R. S.Felger (eds.), Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in northernMexico. Oxford University Press.

Van Devender,T. R.,K. Krebbs,K.,J.-L.Cartron, and W. A. Calder. 2005. Hummingbird communities along anenvironmental gradient in the Sierra Madre Occidental of easternSonora, Mexico. Pp. 204-224 in J.-L. E. Cartron, G. Ceballos, and R. S.Felger (eds.), Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in northernMexico. Oxford University Press, New York.

Whitmore, R. C., R. C. Brusca, J. L. dela Luz, P. Gonzalez-Zamorano, R. Mendoza-Salgado, E. S. Amador-Silva,G. Holguin, F. Galvan-Magana, P. A. Hastings, J.-L. E. Cartron, R. S.Felger, J. A. Seminoff, and Carole C. McIvor. 2005. The ecologicalimportance of mangroves in Baja California Sur: Conservationimplications for an endangered ecosystem. Pages 298-333.

Wilken, D. H. and J. M. Porter (2005)."Vascular plants of Arizona: Polemoniaceae." Canotia 1(1): 1-37.

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2004

Arias, S. and T. Terrazas (2004). "Seedmorphology and variation in the genus Pachycereus(Cactaceae)." Journal of Plant Research 117(4): 277-289.

Austin, Daniel F. 2004 ConvolvulaceaeIn Smith, Nathan P., Scott A. Mori, Andrew Henderson, Dennis Wm.Stevenson and Scott V. Heald, (eds.) Pp. 113-115 in Families ofneotropical flowering plants. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY, andPrinceton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

Austin, Daniel. 2004. Florida'sEthnobotany. CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton. 936 pp.

Baird, G. I. (2004). "Two new varietiesof Agoseris(Asteraceae: Lactuceae)." SIDA 21(1): 267-274.

Bierner, M. W. (2004). "Taxonomy of Hymenoxys subgenusMacdougalia (Asteraceae: Helenieae: Tetraneurinae)." SIDA 21(2):657-663.

Borchert, R. S., A. Meyer, R. S.Felger, & L. Porter-Bolland. 2004. Environmental control offlowering periodicity in Costa Rican and Mexican tropical dry forests.Global Ecology and Biogeography 13:409- 435.

Bowen, T., R. S. Felger, & R.J. Hills. 2004. Chollas, circles, and Seris: did Seri Indians plantcactus at circle 6? Desert Plants 20(2):26-35.

Dimmitt, M. A., J. F. Wiens, and T. R.Van Devender. 2004. Rich succulent floras in Central Baja California.The Cactus and Succulent Journal 76:185-190.

Felger R.S. 2004. Seed Plants. Pages147-163 in Richard C. Brusca, Erin Kimrey, & Wendy Moore,editors. A Seashore Guide to the Northern Gulf of California.Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson.

Felger, R.S, W. J. Nichols, A.Aguierre, H. Aridjis, L. Bourillon-Moreno, R. Brusca, J. Compoy, A.Cantu, J.-L. Cartron, G. D. Daneman, H. D'Antoni, P. K. Dayton, S. A.Diehn, L. Gerber, J. L. Leon de la Luz, C. Martinez del Rio, R. A.Medellin, E. Palacios Castro, E. Sala. 2004. The Escalera Ecologica: astraircase of reserves through southwestern Arizona and the Gulf ofCalifornia region (abstract). Page 71 in Proceedings, Gulf ofCalifornia Conference 2004. Tucson.

Goldman, D. H. (2004)."Lectotypification of Passifloraaffinis (Passifloraceae) and discussion of it geographicrange within the United States." SIDA 21(1): 275-285.

Gottfried, G. J., B. S. Gebow, P. F.Ffolliott, S. Danzer, L. Arriaga, D. G. Neary, and T. R. Van Devender.2004. Biodiversity and management of the Madrean archipelago II: Pastaccomplishments and future goals. IN Proc. of the Madrean ArchipelagoII: Connecting Mountain Islands and Desert Seas, Tucson, AZ.

Levin, R. A., W. L. Wagner, P. C. Hoch,W. J. Hahn, A. Rodriguez, D. A. Baum, L. Katinas, E. A. Zimmer and K.J. Sytsma (2004). "Paraphyly in tribe Onagreae: Insights intophylogenetic relationships of Onagraceae based on nuclear andchloroplast sequence data." Systematic Botany 29(1): 147-164.

Liede, S. and U. Meve (2004). "Revisionof Metastelma(Apocynaceae – Asclepiadaceae) in southwestern North Americaand Central America." Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 91: 31-86.

MacIntosh, M.E., L.A. McDade, A.E.Boyd, and P.D.Jenkins. 2004. Patterns of growth and mortality in theendangered Nichol's turk's head cactus (Echinocactus horizonalonius var. nicholii L. D.Benson (Cactaceae)) in southeastern Arizona. Poster presented at theFourth Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plant Conference. Las Cruces.

McMahon, M. and L. Hufford (2004)."Phylogeny of Amorpheae (Fabaceae : Papilionoideae)." American Journalof Botany 91(8): 1219-1230.

Mickel, J. T. and J. D. Tejero-Diez(2004). "Three new species of ferns (Woodsiaceae and Polypodiaceae)from Mexico." Brittonia 56(2): 115-120.

Morefield, J. D. (2004). "New taxa andnames in north American Ancistrocarphus,Diaperia,and Logfia(Asteraeeae : Gnaphalleae : Filagininae) and related taxa." Novon14(4): 463-475.

Nesom, G. L. (2004). "New distributionrecords for Gamochaeta(Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) in the United States." SIDA 21(2): 1175-1185.

Nesom, G. L. (2004). "Pseudognaphalium canescens(Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) and putative relatives in Western NorthAmerica." SIDA 21(2): 781-789.

Philbrick, C. T. and A. Novelo R.(2004). "Monograph of Podostemum(Podostemaceae)." Systematic Botany Monographs 70: 1-106.

Prather, L. A., O. Alvarez-Fuentes, M.H. Mayfield and C. J. Ferguson (2004). "The decline of plant collectingin the United States: A threat to the infrastructure of biodiversitystudies." Systematic Botany 29(1): 15-28.

Prather, L. A., O. Alvarez-Fuentes, M.H. Mayfield and C. J. Ferguson (2004). "Implications of the decline inplant collecting for systematic and floristic research." SystematicBotany 29(1): 216-220.

Rajapakse, S., S. D. Nilmalgoda, M.Molnar, R. E. Ballard, D. F. Austin and J. R. Bohac (2004)."Phylogenetic relationships of the sweetpotato in Ipomoea seriesBatatas (Convolvulaceae) based on nuclear beta-amylase gene sequences."Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30(3): 623-632.

Reina G., A. L., and T. R. VanDevender. 2004. Floristic comparison of an Arizona 'sky island' and theSierra Madre Occidental in eastern Sonora: the Huachuca Mountains andthe Yecora area. IN Proc. of the Madrean Archipelago II: ConnectingMountain Islands and Desert Seas, Tucson, AZ.

Roalson, E. H. and E. A. Friar (2004)."Phylogenetic analysis of the nuclear alcohol dehydrogenase (Adh) genefamily in Carexsection Acrocystis (Cyperaceae) and combined analyses of Adh andnuclear ribosomal ITS and ETS sequences for inferring speciesrelationships." Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 33(3): 671-686.

Roalson, E. H. and E. A. Friar (2004)."Phylogenetic relationships and biogeographic patterns in NorthAmerican members of Carexsection Acrocystis (Cyperaceae) using nrDNA ITS and ETS sequence data."Plant Systematics and Evolution 243(3-4): 175-187.

Schmalzel, R. J., R. T. Nixon, A. L.Best and J. A. Tress (2004). "Morphometric variation in Coryphantha robustispina(Cactaceae)." Systematic Botany 29(3): 553-568.

Snow, N. and J. Brasher (2004).Provisional Checklist of Vascular Plants for the Southern RockyMountain Interactive Flora (SRMIF), University of Northern Colorado(GREE).

Van Devender, T. R., and A. L. Reina G.2004. The forgotten flora of la frontera. IN Proc. of the MadreanArchipelago II: Connecting Mountain Islands and Desert Seas, Tucson, AZ.

Wojciechowski, M. F., M. Lavin and M.J. Sanderson (2004). "A phylogeny of legumes (Legumenosae) based onanalyses of the plastid matK gene resolves many well-supportedsubclades within the family." American Journal of Botany 91(11):1846-1862.

Zuloaga, F. O., J. Pensiero and O.Morrone (2004). "Systematics of Paspalaumgroup Notata (Poaceae-Panicoideae-Paniceae)." Systematic BotanyMonographs 71: 1-75.

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2003

Becerra, J. X. (2003). "Evolution of Mexican Bursera(Burseraceae) inferred from ITS, ETS, and 5S nuclear ribosomal DNAsequences." Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26(2): 300-309.

Boyd, A. E. (2003). "Phylogeneticrelationships and corolla size evolution among Macromeria(Boraginaceae)." Systematic Botany 28(1): 118-129.

Cartron, Jean-Luc E., Gerardo Ceballos,and Richard Felger, editors. 2003. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, andConservation in northern Mexico. Oxford University Press.

Duncan, R. B. (2003). "NoteworthyCollections: Arizona: Mammillariathornberi Orcutt (Cactaceae)." Madrono 50(3): 214-217.

Felger, R. S. & B. Broyles,editors. 2003. Dry Borders: Great Natural Areas of the Gran Desiertoand Upper Gulf of California. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Felger, R. S. 2003. Seed plants of theNorthern Gulf of California. In R. C. Brusca, E. Kimrey, & W.Moore,eds. A Seashore Guide to the Northern Gulf of California.Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson.

Felger, R. S., D. S. Turner and M. F.Wilson (2003). "Flora and vegetation of the Mohawk Dunes, Arizona."SIDA 20: 1153-1185.

Felger, R. S., Wallace J. Nichols, andJeffrey A. Seminoff. 2003. Sea turtle conservation, diversity anddesperation in northwestern Mexico.. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, andConservation in northern Mexico. J.-L. E. Cartron, G. Ceballos, and R.S. Felger, editors. Oxford University Press.

Felger, R.S. 2003. Sea turtles innorthwestern Mexico: conservation, ethnobiology, and desperation. Pages82-83 in J.A. Seminoff (ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Second AnnualSymposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA TechnicalMemorandum. National Marine Fisheries Service-SEFSC-503,308 pp.

Kuijt, J. (2003). "Monograph of Phoradendron(Viscaceae)." Systematic Botany Monographs 66: 1-643.

Lavin, M., M. F. Wojciechowski, P.Gasson, C. Hughes and E. Wheeler (2003). "Phylogeny of robinioidlegumes (Fabaceae) revisited: Coursetiaand Gliricidiarecircumscribed, and a biogeographical appraisal of the Caribbeanendemics." Systematic Botany 28(2): 387-409.

Levin, R. A., L. A. McDade and R. A.Raguso (2003). "The systematic utility of floral and vegetativefragrance in two genera of Nyctaginaceae." Systematic Biology 52(3):334-351.

McLaughlin, S.P. 2004 (issued 2003).Riparian flora, pp. 127-167 in M.B. Baker. Jr., P F. Ffolliott, L.F.DeBano, and D. G. Neary (eds.), Riparian areas of the SouthwesternUnited States: Hydrology, ecology and management.Boca Raton. LewisPublishers.

Miller, J. S. and D. L. Venable (2003)."Floral morphometrics and the evolution of sexual dimorphism in Lycium(Solanaceae)." Evolution 57(1): 74-86.

Morgan, D. R. and R. L. Hartman (2003)."A synopsis of Machaeranthera(Asteraceae: Astereae), with recognition of segregate genera." SIDA20(4): 1387-1416.

Prather, L. A. and J. A. Keith (2003). "Monarda humilis(Lamiaceae), a new combination for a species from New Mexico, and a keyto the species of section Cheilyctis." Novon 13(1): 104-109.

Raguso, R. A., C. Henzel, S. L.Buchmann and G. P. Nabhan (2003). "Trumpet flowers of the SonoranDesert: Floral biology of Peniocereuscacti and sacred Datura."International Journal of Plant Sciences 164(6): 877-892.

Raguso, R. A., R. A. Levin, S. E.Foose, M. W. Holmberg and L. A. McDade (2003). "Fragrance chemistry,nocturnal rhythms and pollination "syndromes" in Nicotiana."Phytochemistry 63(3): 265-284.

Reeder, C. 2003. The genus Lycurus (Poaceae):200, 202, 203. The Flora of North America Vol. 25. Oxford UniversityPress.

Reeder, J. R., B. E. Hammel. 2003.Treatment for Crypsis(Poaceae) in The Flora of North America pp. 139 - 141.Oxford UniversityPress.

Reeder, J.R. 2003. Scleropogon pp. 42,44, 46. Pogonarthriapp. 105-107. Pappophoreae pp. 285-289. Orcuttieae pp.290-296. Setariopsis pp.539,540. (Poaceae). The Flora of North America vol.25.Oxford UniversityPress.

Rizzo, D. M., P. T. Gieser and H. H.Burdsall (2003). "Phellinuscoronadensis: a new species from southern Arizona, USA."Mycologia 95(1): 74-79.

Spencer, S. C. and A. E. Spencer(2003). "Navarretiawillamettensis and Navaretiasaimontana (Polemoniaceae), new species from ephemeralwetlands of Western North America." Madrono 50(3): 196-199.

Steele, K. P. and M. F. Wojciechowski(2003). Phylogenetic analyses of tribes Trifolieae and Vicieae, basedon sequences of the plastid gene matK (Papilionoideae: Leguminoseae).Advances in Legume Systematics, part 10, Higher Level Systematics. B.B. K. a. A. Bruneau. Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens: 355-370.

Steinmann, V. W. (2003). "Euphorbia nocens,formerly a variety of Euphorbiahirta (Euphorbiaceae)." Acta Botanica Mexicana64(Septiembre): 37-44.

Stoleson, S. H., R. S. Felger, G.Ceballos, C. Raish, M. F. Wilson, A. Burquez. 2003. Recent history ofnatural resource use and population growth in Northern Mexico. in:Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in northern Mexico. Jean-LucE. Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos, and Richard Felger, editors. OxfordUniversity Press.

Turner, R. M., R. H. Webb, J. E. Bowersand J. R. Hastings (2003). The Changing Mile. Tucson, Thr University ofArizona Press.

Turner, R.M., R.H. Webb, J.E. Bowers,J.R. Hastings. 2003. The changing mile, revisited. An ecological studyof vegetation change with time in the lower mile of an arid andsemiarid region. Arizona Press, Tucson. 334 pp.

Van Devender, T. R., A. L. Reina G., M.C. Penalba G. and C. I. Ortega R. (2003). "The Cienega de Camilo: Athreatened habitat in the Sierra Madre Occidental of eastern Sonora,Mexico." Madrono 50: 187-195.

Ward, D. B., D. F. Austin and N. C.Coile. 2003. Endangered and threatened plants of Florida, ranked inorder of rarity. Castanea 68(2):160-174.

Zika, P. F. (2003). "The nativesubspecies of Juncuseffusus (Juncaceae) in western North America." Brittonia55(2): 150-156.

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2002

Al-Shehbaz, I. A. and S. L. O'Kane(2002). "Lesquerellais united with Physaria(Brassicaceae)." Novon 12(3): 319-329.

Atwood, N. D. and S. L. Walsh (2002)."Overview of Sphaeralcea(Malvaceae) in southern Utah and northern Arizona, USA, and descriptionof a new species." Novon 12: 159-166.

Atwood, N. D., F. J. Smith and T. A.Knight (2002). "Two new species of Phacelia(Hydrophyllaceae) from the southwestern United States." Novon 12(1):18-26.

Austin, D. F., K. Kitajima,Y. Yoneda and L. Qian.2002. A putative tropicalAmerican plant, Ipomoeanil (Convolvulaceae), in Pre-Columbian Japanese art.Economic Botany 55(4):515-527.

Austin, D. F, and E. Eich.2002. Synopsis of Stictocardiawith another Madagascan species, S.mojangensis (Convolvulaceae).Willdenowia 31:79-85.

Austin, D. F., K. Kitajima,Y. Yoneda and L. Qian. 2002. Ipomoea sororia(Convolvulaceae). A new species from Yucatan, Mexico. Sida19(4):807-810.

Austin, D. F. and J. A. McDonald(2002). "Ipomoeaelectrina (Convolvulaceae): A new name for Exogonium luteumHouse." Novon 12(1): 27-30.

Austin, D. F., S.A. Mori, G. Cremers,C. A. Gracie, J.-J. de Granville.2002. Convolvulaceae. In:, S. V.Heald, M.Hoff, and J.D. Mitchell, Guide to the vascular plants ofcentral French Guiana. Part 2. Dicotyledons. Memoirs New York BotanicalGarden 76(2): 231-236. 2002.

Boyd, A. (2002). "Morphologicalanalysis of Sky Island populations of Macromeria viridiflora(Boraginaceae)." Systematic Botany 27(1): 116-126.

Davidson, Elizabeth and MichaelChamberland. 2002. The Campus Arboretum Web Page.http://arboretum.arizona.edu

Guertin, Patricia P. June 2002.Tumacacori National Historical Park: Inventory and Monitoring ProjectPlant Survey; Final Report. Sonoran Desert National Parks, Inventoryand Monitoring Program, School of Renewable Natural Resources,University of Arizona.

Hu, J. M., M. Lavin, M. F.Wojciechowski and M. J. Sanderson (2002). "Phylogenetic analysis ofnuclear ribosomal ITS/5.8S sequences in the Tribe Millettieae(Fabaceae): Poecilanthe-Cyclolobium, the core Millettieae, and theCallerya group." Systematic Botany 27(4): 722-733.

Jenkins, P. 2002. Arizona Herbaria 4:The University of Arizona Herbarium in The Plant Press26(1): 1-5.

M. F. Wilson, L. Leigh, and R. S.Felger. 2002. Invasive Exotic Plants in the Sonoran Desert. Pp. 81-90,In: B. Tellman, ed. Invasive Exotic Species in the Sonoran Region.University of Arizona Press. Tucson.

Makings, E. (2002). "NoteworthyCollections: Arizona: Mancoapubens (A. Gray) Rollins (Brassicaceae)." Madrono 49(2):132-133.

Mason, Charles T. 2002. ArizonaIridaceae, Part 2: Irisand Nemastylis,In: Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 35-37.

Mason, Charles T. 2002. ArizonaMenyanthaceae in Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science33(1): 38-40

Mauz, K. (2002). "Plants of the SantaCruz Valley at Tucson." Desert Plants 18(1): 1-36.

McMahon, M. and L. Hufford (2002)."Developmental morphology and structural homology of corolla-androeciumsynorganization in the tribe Amorpheae (Fabaceae : Papilionoideae)."American Journal of Botany 89(12): 1884-1898.

Miller, J. S. (2002). "Phylogeneticrelationships and the evolution of gender dimorphism in Lycium(Solanaceae)." Systematic Botany 27(2): 416-428.

Miller, J. S. and D. L. Venable (2002)."The transition to gender dimorphism on an evolutionary background ofself-incompatibilty: An example from Lycium(Solanaceae)." American Journal of Botany 89(12): 1907-1915.

Nabhan, G. P., P. West, R. S. Felger,et al. 2002. Naturalized Exotic Species in the Sonoran Region, flora.Pp. 348-355, In: B. Tellman, ed. Invasive Exotic Species in the SonoranRegion.

Ramirez-Garcia, P., J. Terrados, F.Ramos, A. Lot, D. Ocana and C. M. Duarte (2002). "Distribution andnutrient limitation of surfgrass, Phyllospadixscouleri and Phyllospadixtorreyi, along the Pacific coast of Baja California(Mexico)." Aquatic Botany 74(2): 121-131.

Reveal, J. L. (2002). "Mentzelia rhizomata(Loasaceae : Mentzelioideae), a new species from western Colorado."Systematic Botany 27(4): 763-767.

Roalson, E. H., T. R. Van Devender andA. L. Reina G. (2002). "Additions to the Cyperaceae and Juncaceae floraof the Rio Mayo Region, Sonora, Mexico." SIDA 20(1): 339-347.

Schwarzbach, A. E. and L. A. McDade(2002). "Phylogenetic relationships of the mangrove familyAvicenniaceae based on chloroplast and nuclear ribosomal DNAsequences." Systematic Botany 27(1): 84-98.

Solis-Garza, G., R. Lopez-Estudillo,and P. Jenkins. 2002. Weed species along the Santa Cruz in Sonora,Mexico. In Weeds across borders: Proceedings of a North Americnconference. Barbara Tellman, ed. The Arizona Sonora Desert Museum,Tucson, Arizona. Pp.91-98.

Spellenberg, R. (2002). "Boerhavia coulteri var.palmeri, anew varietal combination for Boerhavia(Nyctaginaceae) of Southwestern North America." SIDA 20(1): 151-155.

Steinmann, V. W. and J. M. Porter(2002). "Phylogenetic relationships in Euphorbieae (Euphorbiaceae)based on its and ndhF sequence data." Annals of the Missouri BotanicalGarden 89(4): 453-490.

Yetman, D. & R. S. Felger.2002. Ethnoflora of the Guarijios Pp. 174-230. In: D. Yetman. Guarijiosof the Sierrra Madre: the hidden people of northwestern Mexico.University of New Mexico. Albuquerque.

Zomlefer, W. B. and W. S. Judd (2002)."Resurrection of segregates of the polyphyletic genus Zigadenus s.l.(Liliales : Melanthiaceae) and resulting new combinations." Novon12(2): 299-308.

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2001

Faivre, A.E., and L.A. McDade. 2001. Population-level variations in the expression of heterostyly in three species of Rubiaceae: does reciprocal placement of anthers and stigmas characterize heterostyly? American Journal of Botany 88(5): 841-853.

Falk, Mima, Philip Jenkins, et al; Arizona Rare Plant Committee. 2001. Arizona Rare Plant Guide. Published by a collaboration of agencies and organizations. Pages unnumbered.

Felger, Richard S., Matthew B. Johnson and Michael F. Wilson. 2001. The Trees of Sonora, Mexico. Oxford University Press, NY. 391 pp.

Hunter, K. L., J. L. Betancourt, B. R. Riddle, T. R. Van Devender, K. L. Cole, and W. G. Spaulding. 2001. Ploidy race distributions since the last glacial maximum in the North American desert shrub, Larrea tridentata Global Ecology & Biogeography 10:521-533.

Jenkins, Philip. 2001. Curator of a Herbarium. in Plant Sciences, Vol.2. Richard Robinson, Editor in Chief. Macmillan Reference USA, NY. pp. 36-38.

Jenkins, Philip. 2001. Book Review: Ecology of Sonoran Desert Plants by Robichaux, R.H. (ed.). Plant Systematics and Evolution 226(1-2): 109-111.

Manktelow, M., McDade, L.A., Oxelman, B., Furness, C.A., and M-J. Balkwill. 2001. The Enigmatic Tribe Whitfieldieae (Acanthaceae): Delimitation and Phylogenetic Relationships Based on Molecular and Morphological Data. Systematic Botany. 26(1): 104–119.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 2001. Iridaceae, Part Two. Iris and Nemastylis. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 33(1):35-37.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 2001. Menyanthaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 33(1):38-40.

McLaughlin, S. P., E. L. Geiger, and J. E. Bowers. 2001. A flora of the Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch, northeastern Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33: 113-131.

McLaughlin, S. P., and E. A. Lewis. 2001. Floristic inventories of the Sonoita Creek State Natural Area and San Rafael State Park. Final Report. Arizona State Parks.

Reeder, Charlotte G. 2001. Muhlenbergia in Flora de Nicaragua: Vol. 3. Angiosperma. W.D. Stevens, Carmen U. Ulloa. Amy Pool y Olga Montiel (editors). Missouri Botanical Press. pages 2075-2078.

Reeder, Charlotte G., R.W. Pohl and G. Davidson. 2001. Sporobolus in Flora de Nicaragua: Vol. 3. Angiosperma. W.D. Stevens, Carmen U. Ulloa. Amy Pool y Olga Montiel, editors. Missouri Botanical Press. pages 2133-2136.

Reeder, J.R. 2001. Noteworthy collections. Mexico (one entry), Arizona (eight entries). Madroño 48(3): 211-213

Reeder, J. 2001. Chromosome number in Choisya: Rutaceae. Crossosoma 26:1 page 12

Robichaux, R.H. Editor: Ecology of Sonoran Desert Plants and Plant Communities. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson. 303 pp.

Sankey, J. T., T. R. Van Devender, and W. H. Clark. 2002. Late Holocene plants, Catavina, Baja California, Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 46:1-7.

Van Devender, T. R. 2001. Deep history and biogeography of La Frontera. Pp. 56-83 IN G. L. Webster and C. J. Bahre, editors, Vegetation and Flora of La Frontera: Vegetation Change along the United States-Mexican Boundary, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Yetman, D. A., and T. R. Van Devender. 2001. The Mayos of Northwest Mexico. Their History, Land, and Ethnobotany, with D. A. Yetman, University of California Press, Berkeley.

Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Costea, M., Sanders, A. and G. Waines. 2001. Preliminary results toward a revision of the Amaranthus hybridus species complex (Amaranthaceae). Sida 19(4): 931-974.

Klement, K.D., Heitschmidt, R.K. and C.E. Kay. 2001. Eighty years of vegetation and landscape changes in the Northern Great Plains. United States Department of Agriculture, Conservation Research Report No. 45. 91 pp.

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Lee, B-Y., Geoffrey A.L, and S.R. Downie. 2001. Relationships Within the Spiny-Fruited Umbellifers (Scandiceae subtribes Daucinae and Torilidinae) as Assessed by Phylogenetic Analysis of Morphological Characters. Systematic Botany. 26(3): 622–642.

Lenz, L.W., and M.A. Hanson. 2001. Yuccas (Agavaceae) of the international Four Corners: Southwestern USA and Northwestern Mexico. Aliso 19(2): 165-179. (ARIZ listed as "AZ").

McVaugh, R. 2001. Flora Novo-Galiciana, Ochnaceae to Loasaceae, Vol. 3. 751 pp.

Spellenberg, R. 2001. National Audubon Society Field Guide to Wildflowers; Western Region. Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

Spellenberg, R and S.R. Rodriguez Tijerina. 2001. Geographic variation and taxonomy of North American species of Mirabilis, section Oxybaphoides (Nyctaginaceae).

Steinmann, V.W. 2001. New Euphorbiaceae from Mexico. Aliso 19(2): 181-186.

Walters, G. 2001. Noteworthy collections. Arizona (one entry). Madroño 48(2): 61.

Wilken, D. 2001. A new Ipomopsis (Polemoniaceae) from the Southwest USA and adjacent Mexico. Madroño 48(2): 116-122.

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2000

Aguilar, R.P., T. R. Van Devender, and R. S. Felger, in collaboration with Gary P. Nabhan and Ana Lilia Reina Guerrero. 2000. Las Cactáceas de Sonora: Su Diversidad, Uso y Conservatión. Paredes Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press. Tucson.

Coleman, R.A. 2000. Noteworthy collections. Arizona (one entry). Madroño 47(2): 138.

Felger, R.S. 2000. Flora of the Gran Desierto and Río Colorado of northwestern Mexico. University of Arizona Press. 673 pp.

Felger, R.S. 2000. Florula de las Reservas Biologicas de Iquitos, Peru. (Book review). Economic Botany 54: 239-240.

Felger, R.S. 2000. Steyermark's Flora of Missouri. (Book review). Economic Botany 54: 234-235.

Felger, R.S. 2000. Noteworthy collections. Sonora (four entries), Arizona and Sonora (one entry). Madroño 47(3): 211-212.

Felger R.S. & D. Yetman. 2000. Roasting the Hechtia out of it: the use of Hechtia montana (Bromeliaceae) as a food plant in Sonora, México. Economic Botany.

Jenkins, P.D. 2000. Review of Robichaux, R. H. (ed.): Ecology of Sonoran Desert Plants and Plant Communities. 80 figs., 312 pp. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1999 in Plant Systematics and Evolution. Nr. 226. 2000.

Levin, R. 2000. Phylogenetic relations within Nyctaginaceae tribe Nyctagineae: evidence from nuclear and chloroplast genomes. Systematic Botany 25(4): 738-750.

Manktelow, M. 2000. The filament curtain: a structure important to systematics and pollination biology in the Acanthaceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 133(2): 129-160.

McDade, L.A., T.F. Daniel, S.E. Masta, and K.M. Riley. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships within the tribe Justicieae (Acanthaceae): evidence from molecular sequences, morphology, and cytology in Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 87. pp. 435-458.

McDade, L.A., T.R. Masta, M.L. Moody, and E. Waters. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships among Acanthaceae: evidence from two genomes. Systematic Botany 25(1): 106-121.

Miller, J.S., and D.L. Venable. 2000. Polyploidly and the evolution of gender dimorphism in plants. Science 289: 2335-2338.

Paredes A.R., T.R. Van Devender, and R.S. Felger. 2000. Cactáceas de Sonora: Su Diversidad, Uso y Conservación. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press.

Robichaux, R.H., and D. Yetman (eds.) 2000. The tropical deciduous forest of Alamos: biodiversity of a threatened ecosystem in Mexico. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson. 260 pp.

Toolin, L. 2000. A new Setaria (Gramineae: Paniceae) from Argentina. Novon 10: 415-419.

Toolin, L. and J. R. Reeder, 2000: The Status of Setaria macrostachya and its Relationship to S. vulpiseta (Gramineae). Systematic Botany. 25(1): 26–32.

Van Devender, T.R. 2000. Deep history of the Sonoran Desert. IN S. J. Phillips and P. W. Comus (eds.) A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press, Tucson, and University of California Press, Berkeley.

Van Devender, T.R. and M.A. Dimmitt. 2000. Grasses. IN S. J. Phillips and P. W. Comus (eds.) A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press, Tucson, and University of California Press, Berkeley.

Van Devender, T.R., K. Krebbs, A. L. Reina G., S. M. Russell, R. Russell, and W. A. Calder. 2000. Hummingbirds and plants in east-central Sonora. IN D. Vasquez del Castillo, M. Ortega N., R. A. Castillo G., C. A. Yocupicio C. (eds.), Symposium Internacional sobre la Utilización y Aprovechamiento de la Flora Silvestre de Zonas Arida, Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo.

Van Devender, T.R., A.C. Sanders, R.K. Wilson, and S.A. Meyer. 2000.Flora and vegetation of the Río Cuchujaqui, a tropical deciduous forest near Alamos, Sonora, México. Pp. 36-101 IN R. H. Robichaux and D. A. Yetman (eds.), The Tropical Deciduous Forest of Alamos: Biodiversity of a Threatened Ecosystem in Mexico. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Yetman, D.A., T.R. Van Devender, R.A. López E., and A.L. Reina G. 2000. Monte mojino: Mayo people and trees in southern Sonora. Pp. 102-151 IN R. H. Robichaux and D. A. Yetman (eds.), The Tropical Deciduous Forest of Alamos. Biodiversity of a Threaten Ecosystem in Mexico. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

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Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Austin, D.F. 2000. Bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis, Convolvulaceae) in North America - from medicine to menace. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 127(2): 172-177.

Daniel, T.F. 2000. Additional chromosome numbers of American Acanthaceae.

Jawad, J.T., Seigler, D.S., and J.E. Ebinger. 2000. A systematic treatment of Acacia coulteri (Fabaceae, Mimosoideae) and similar species in the New World. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 87(4): 528-548.

Mechaber, W.L., and J.G. Hildebrand. 2000. Novel, Non-Solanaceous Hostplant Record for Manduca sexta (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in the Southwestern United States. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 93(3): 447–451.

Tiehm, A. 2000. The taxonomy, history, identity, and distribution of the Nevada endemic, Plagiobothrys glomeratus (Boraginaceae). Madroño 47(3): 159-163.

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1999

Felger, R.S. 1999. The Flora of Canyon de Nacapule: a desert-bounded tropical canyon near Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History.

Felger, R.S., A. Burquez M., & Martinez-Yrizar. 1999. Biodiversity at the southern desert edge in Sonora, Mexico. In R.Robichaux, ed. Ecology and Conservation of the Sonoran Desert Flora. University of Arizona Press.

Felger, R.S. and E. Joyal, 1999. The palms (Arecaceae) of Sonora, Mexico. Aliso 18(1): 1-18.

Fishbein, M. and S.P. Lynch. 1999. Asclepias jorgeana (Asclepiadaceae), a new milkweed from montane western Mexico. Novon 9(2): 179-184.

Henrickson, J.R. and T.R. Van Devender. 1999. A new species of Portulaca. Sida 18: 1001-1007.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Arecaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 32(1):22-23.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Aristolochiaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 32(1):24-25.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Bignoniaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 32(1):26-28.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Cannabaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 32(1):53-54.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Fouquieriaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 32(1):55-56.

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Saururaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 32(1):83-84.

McDade, L.A. and M.L. Moody. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships among Acanthaceae: Evidence from non-coding TRNL-TRNF chloroplast DNA sequences. American Journal of Botany 86:70-80.

Slentz, S., A.E. Boyd, and L.A. McDade. 1999. Morphological differentiation among Madrean Sky Island populations of Castilleja austromontana (Scrophulariaceae). Madroño 46(2):100-111.

Reina G., A.L., T.R. Van Devender, W. Trauba, and A. Burquez M. 1999. Caminos de Yecora. Notes on the vegetation and flora of Yecora, Sonora. Pp. 137-144 in D. Vasquez del Castillo, M. Ortega N., C.A. Yocupico C. (eds.), Symposium Internacional sobre la utilizacion y aprovechamiento de la flora silvestre de zonas arida, Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo.

Van Devender, T.R. 1999. Evolution of the Sonoran Desert. Pp. 221-228 in D. Vasquez del Castillo, M. Ortega N., C.A. Yocupico C. (eds.), Symposium Internacional sobre la utilizacion y aprovechamiento de la flora silvestre de zonas arida, Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo.

Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Barlow-Irick, P. 1999. Cirsium ochrocentrum subsp. martinii (Aste

Henrickson, J. 1999. Studies in the genus Dyschoriste (Acanthaceae): I. Plants of Northern Mexico, Texas to Arizona. Lundellia 2: 72-99.

Morden, C. W. and Stephan L. Hatch. 1999. Morphological variation and synopsis of the Muhlenbergia repens complex (Poaceae). Sida 17(2): 349-365.

Levin, G.A. 1999. Notes on Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae) in North America. Rhodora 101(907): 217-233.

Sivinsky, R.C. 1999. A new variety of Physaria newberryi (Brassicaceae) from New Mexico. Sida 18(3): 673-677.

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1998

Felger, R.S. 1998. A botanist's view of the center of the universe. Journal of the Southwest 39(3&4):399-410.

Laferrière, J.E. 1998. Rubus sierrae (Rosaceae): a new species from Chihuahua. Phytologia 84(3): 169-171.

Martin, P.S., D. Yetman, M. Fishbein, P. Jenkins, T.R. Van Devender, R.K. Wilson, eds. 1998. Gentry's Rio Mayo plants: The tropical deciduous forest and environs of northwest Mexico. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ

Mason, C.T. Jr. 1999. Gentianaceae. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 30(2):84-95.

Reeder, J.R. and C.G. Reeder. 1998. Poaceae. In Gentry's Rio Mayo plants: The tropical deciduous forest and environs of northwest Mexico. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ. p. 498-520.

Solis Garza, G. and P.D. Jenkins. 1998. Riparian vegetation on the Rio Santa Cruz, Sonora. In Cross border waters: Fragile treasures for the 21st Century. Ninth U.S./Mexico Border States Conference on Recreation, Parks, and Wildlife. Tucson, AZ June 3-6, 1998. Proceedings RMRS-P-5, USDA.

Steinmann, V.W., and R.S. Felger. 1998. Croton yecorensis (Euphorbiaceae), a new species from northwestern Mexico. Novon 8(2): 207-209.

Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Bogler, D. J. 1998. Three new species of Dasylirion (Nolinaceae) from Mexico and a clarification of the D. longissimum complex. Brittonia 50(1). Pp. 71-86.

Ezcurra, C. 1998. A new species of Ruellia (Acanthaceae) from Paraguay. Brittonia 50(3): 339-342.

Ferrucci, M.S. and P. Acevedo-Rodriguez. 1998. Cardiospermum cuchujaquense (Sapindaceae), a new species from Sonora, Mexico. Novon 8(3): 235-238.

Isely, D. 1998. Native and Naturalized Leguminosae (Fabaceae) of the United States. Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. 1007 pp.

Philbrick, C.T., Aakjar, Jr., R.A. and R.L. Stuckey. 1998. Invasion and spread of Callitriche stagnalis (Callitrichaceae) in North America. Rhodora 100(901): 25-38.

Simpson, B.B. 1998. A revision of Pomaria (Fabaceae) in North America. Lundellia 1: 46-71.

Steinmann, V.W. 1998. Croton martinianus (Euphorbiaceae), a new species from Mexico. Novon 8(1): 81-83.

Wagner, W.L. 1998. Species status for a Sonoran Desert annual member of Oenothera sect. Angora (Onagraceae). Novon 8(3): 307-310.

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1997

Felger, R.S., M.F. Wilson, B. Broyles, G.P. Nabhan. 1997. The binational Sonoran Desert Biosphere Reserve and its plant life. Journal of the Southwest.

Fishbein, M. and R. Levin. 1997. Metastelma mexicanum (Asclepiadaceae): A new combination and re-evaluation of the status of Basistelma Bartlett. Madroño 44(3): 268-276.

Laferrière, J.E. 1997. Noteworthy collections. Arizona (two entries). Madroño 44(3): 244.

McDade, L.A. 1997. Hybrids and Phylogenetic systematics III. Comparison with distance methods. Systematic Botany 22(2): 669-683.

McDade, L.A. & Melvin D. Turner. 1997. Structure and development of bracteal nectary glands in Aphelandra (Acanthaceae). American Journal of Botany 84(1): 1-15.

Reina G., A.L., T.R. Van Devender, & A. Burquez M. 1997. Noteworthy Collections. Sonora (21 entries), Madroño 44(2):206-210.

Starr, G. 1997. A revision of the genus Hesperaloe (Agavaceae). Madroño 44(3):282-296.

Steinmann, V.W. & R.S. Felger. 1997. The Euphorbiaceae of Sonora Mexico. Aliso 16(1):1-71.

Toolin, L.J. 1997. Lectotypification of Setaria tenax var. antrorsa (Gramineae) 44(3):299.

Van Devender, T.R., R.S. Felger, & A. Burquez M. 1997. Exotic plants in Sonora. In: J. L. Ovich and J. Randall (eds.). Proceedings of the California pest plant symposium. Volume 3.

Van Devender, T.R., & B.L. Turner. 1997. A new species of Menodora (Oleaceae) from the Sierra Madre Occidental in eastern Sonora. Phytologia 82(4):269-272.

Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Argus, G. W. 1997. Infrageneric Classification of Salix (Salicaceae) in the New World. Systematic Botany Monographs. 52. P. 98.

Austin, D.F. 1997. Dissolution of Ipomoea Series Anisomerae (Convolvulaceae). Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 124(2): 140-159.

Chamberland, M. 1997. Systematics of the Echinocactus polycephalus complex (Cactaceae). Systematic Botany 22(2): 303-313.

Christy, C.M. 1997. A new species of Mentzelia Section Bartonia (Loasaceae) from Arizona. Novon 7(1): 25-26.

Dietrich, W., W. L. Wagner and P. H. Raven. 1997. Systematics of Oenothera Section Oenothera Subsection Oenothera (Onagraceae). Systematic Botany Monographs. 50. P. 153.

Enquist, M.F. 1997. A new variety of Prunus rivularis (Rosaceae) for Texas. Phytologia 82(4): 289-299.

Fishbein, M. 1997. A new name in Mexican Asclepias (Asclepiadaceae). Novon 7(3): 234.

Meyers-Rice, B. 1997. Noteworthy collections. Arizona (one entry). Madroño 44(4): 397.

Nesom, G.L. 1997. Synopsis of Stephanodoria (Asteraceae: Astereae). Phytologia 82(2): 107-113.

Parfitt, B.D. 1997. Opuntia pinkavae (Cactaceae), a new species from Arizona and Utah. Rhodora 99(899): 223-228.

Powell, A.M. and S.C. Yarborough. 1997. Perityle (Asteraceae: Helenieae), new species (from Mexico), new combination, and notes. Phytologia 82(4): 326-330.

Rea, A.M. 1997. At the Desert's Green Edge. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson. 431 pp.

Steinmann, V.W. 1997. Notes. Phytolacca icosandra L. (Phytolaccaceae): New to the Continental United States. Madroño 44(1): 108-109.

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1996

Durkee, L.H. and L.A. McDade. 1996. Three new species of Justicia (Acanthaceae) from Costa Rica. Novon 6(1):13-21.

Felger, R.S., G.P. Nabhan, and R. Bye. 1996. The Apachian/Madrean Region of southwestern North America as a Center of Plant Diversity. In S.D. Davis, V.H. Heywood, and O. Herrera-McBride (eds.) Centres of Plant Diversity: A guide and strategy for their conservation. Vol. III. The Americas. World Wide Find for Nature and International Union for Conservation and Nature. IUCN Publications. Cambridge, U.K.

Fishbein, M. and D. L. Venable. 1996. Diversity and temporal change in the effective pollinators of Asclepias tuberosa. Ecology 77(4): 1061-1073.

Friedman, S.L., T.R. Van Devender, A.L. Reina G., D.A. Yetman, V.W. Steinmann, A.C. Sanders, P.D. Jenkins, S.A. Meyer, R.S. Felger, R.A. Lopez E. 1996. Noteworthy Collections. Sonora. Madroño 43(4).

Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Anderson, J.L. 1996. Floristic patterns on late Tertiary lacustrine deposits in the Arizona Sonoran Desert. Madroño 43(2): 255-272.

McIntosh, L. 1996. Seven additions to the flora of New Mexico. Phytologia 81(5): 365-368.

Rebman, J.P. 1996. Noteworthy collections. Arizona (one entry). Madroño 43(4): 452.

Sanders, A.C. 1996. Noteworthy collections. California (four entries). Madroño 43(4): 523-532.

Sanderson, M.J, and Wojciechowski, M.F. 1996. Diversification Rates in a Temperate Legume Clade: Are there "So Many Species" of Astragalus (Fabaceae) (in Systematics). American Journal of Botany. 83(11): 1488-1502.

Spellenberg, R. and Bacon, J.R. 1996. Taxonomy and distribution of a natural group of Black Oaks of Mexico (Quercus, section Lobatae, subsection Racemiflorae). Systematic Botany 21(1): 85-99.

Terrell, E. E. 1996. Revision of Houstonia (Rubiaceae-Hedyotideae). Systematic Botany Monographs. 48. P. 107.

Turner, B.L. 1996. Taxonomic study of the Coreocarpus arizonicus - C. sonorensis (Asteraceae, Heliantheae) complex. Phytologia 80(2): 133-139.

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Whitney, K.D. 1996. Noteworthy collections. California (one entry). Madroño 43(2): 336-337.

Yatskievych, G. 1996. A Revision of the Fern Genus Phanerophlebia (Dryopteridaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 83(2): 168-199.

Zuloaga, F.O., and O. Morrone. 1996. Revision De Las Especies Americanas De Panicum Subgenero Panicum Seccion Panicum (Poaceae: Panicoideae: Paniceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 83(2): 200-280.

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1995

Bowers, J.E. and S.P. McLaughlin. 1995. Flora of the Huachuca Mountains, Cochise Co., AZ. In: USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-GTR-264. pp. 135-143.

Daniel, T.F. and L.A. McDade. 1995. Additions to the Acanthaceae of Panama. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 82: 542-548.

Felger, R.S. and M. Johnson. 1995. Trees of the Northern Sierra Madre Occidental and Sky Islands of SW North America. In: USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-GTR-264. pp. 71-83.

Felger, R.S. and A.B. Montijo. 1995. Noteworthy collections, Sonora, Mexico. Madroño 42(4):517-518.

Fishbein, M. 1995. Notable collections: Echinochloa oplismenoides(Poaceae). Madroño 42(1):83.

Laferrière, J.E. 1995. Neotypification of Agave rhodacantha (Agavaceae). Haseltonia 3:33.

McClaran, M.P., and Van Devender, T.R. 1995. The Desert Grassland. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson. 346 pp.

McDade, L.A. 1995. Species concepts and problems in practice: Insight from botanical monographs. Systematic Botany 20(4):606-622.

Reeder, C.G. and J.R. Reeder. 1995. The resurrection of a species: Muhlenbergia straminea (Gramineae). Phytologia 78:417-427.

Steinmann, V.W. and T.F. Daniel. 1995. Euphorbia gentryi , a new species of Euphorbia subgenus Agaloma from northwestern Mexico. Madroño 42(4):450-454.

Steinmann, V.W. and R.S. Felger. 1995. New combinations for Euphorbia and Ditaxis (Euphorbiaceae) in northwestern Mexico and Southwestern United States. Madroño 42(4):455-457.

Turner, R.M., Bowers, J.E., and T.L. Burgess. 1995. Sonoran Desert plants: and ecological atlas. The University of Arizona Press. Tucson. 504 pp.

Van Devender, T.R. et. al. 1995. Noteworthy collections, Sonora, Mexico. Madroño 42(3):410-411.

Van Devender, T.R. et. al. 1995. Noteworthy collections, Sonora, Mexico. Madroño 42(3):411-412.

Yetman, D., T.R. Van Devender, P.D. Jenkins, and M. Fishbein. 1995. The Rio Mayo: A history of studies. Journal of the Southwest 37:294-345.

Other publications citing ARIZ specimens or staff:

Daniel, T.F. 1995. Justicia masiaca (Acanthaceae), a new species from northwestern Mexico. Brittonia 47(4): 408-413.

Epple, A.O., and L.E. Epple. 1995. Plants of Arizona. Falcon Press. Helena, Montana. 347 pp.

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1994

Laferrière, J.E. 1994. Vegetation and flora of the Mountain Pima village of Nabogame, Chihuahua, Mexico. Phytologia 77(2):102-140.

Pohl, R.W., C.G. Reeder, and G. Davidse. 1994. Sporobolus. In: G. Davidse et. al. (eds.) Flora Mesoamericana. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México. 6:273-276.

Reeder, C.G. 1994. Muhlenbergia. In: G. Davidse et. al. (eds.) Flora Mesoamericana. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México. 6:276-286.

Reeder, J.R. 1994. What is Aristida peruviana ? Madroño 40(4):266-267.

Reeder, J.R. 1994. Setaria villosissima (Gramineae) in Arizona: fact or fiction. Phytologia 77(6):452-455.

Van Devender, R.K., T.R. Van Devender, and W.D. Peachey. 1994. Late Holocene vegetation of the San Pedro River Valley, southeastern Arizona. Final report on Bureau of Land Management project through the Tree Ring Laboratory, University of Arizona, Tucson. 31 pp.

Van Devender, T.R., T.L. Burgess, J.C. Piper, and R.M. Turner. 1994. Paleoclimatic implications of Holocene plant remains from the Sierra Bacha, Sonora, Mexico. Quaternary Research 41:99-108.

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1993

Bharathan, G. 1993. Phylogenetic relationships of basal monocots and the evolution of genome size. UA Ph.D. Thesis.

Felger, R.S. 1993. Mirabalis tenuiloba S. Watson (Nyctaginaceae); new for Arizona. Madroño 40(3):178.

Felger, R.S. 1993. Synopsis of the vascular plants of northwestern Sonora, Mexico. Ecologia 2(2):11-44.

Felger, R.S., A. Harlan and V.W. Steinmann. 1993. Cryptantha ganderi I.M. Johnston (Boraginaceae): new for Arizona. Madroño 40(4):268.

Felger, R.S. and M. Fishbein. 1993. Noteworthy collections from Arizona: Lilium parryi S. Watson. Madroño 40(4):270-271.

Fishbein, M., R.S. Felger and J. Malusa. 1993. Noteworthy collections from Arizona: Rumex orthoneurus Rech. f. Madroño 40(4):271.

McLaughlin, S.P. 1993. Additions to the flora of the Pinaleño Mountains, Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 27(1):5-32.

Porter, J.M. 1993. Phylogenetic systematics of Gilia section GILIANDRA. UA Ph.D. Thesis.

Reeder, J.R. 1993. Eragrostis. In: J.C. Hickman (ed.), The Jepson manual: Higher plants of California. Univ. of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 1257-1258.

Reeder, J.R. 1993. Neostapfia, Orcuttia. In: J.C. Hickman (ed.), The Jeps on manual: Higher plants of California. Univ. of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 1276-1277.

Reeder, J.R. 1993. Tuctoria. In: J.C. Hickman (ed.), The Jepson manual: Higher plants of California. Univ. of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 1300.

Toolin, L.J. and C.J. Eastoe. 1993. Late pleistocene-recent atmospheric C recorded in C grasses. Radiocarbon 35(2):263-269.

Van Devender, R.K. and P.D. Jenkins. 1993. A new species of Browalia (Solanaceae) from the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. Madroño 40(4):214-223.

Van Devender, T.R. and J.F. Weins. 1993. Holocene changes in the flora of Ragged Top, south-central Arizona. Madroño 40(4):246-264.

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1992

Clark, W.H., T.R. Van Devender, and E.M. Clark. 1992. Abnormal branch growth in Fouquieria columnaris (Kelly) Curran (boojum) and Pachycormus discolor (Benth.) Coville (elephant tree) in northwestern Mexico. Cactus and Succulent Journal 65(3):121-122.

Felger, R.S. 1992. Recursos bióticos del Desierto de Sonora. In: J.L. Moreno, ed., Ecología, recursos naturales y medio ambiente en Sonora. pp. 91-97. Secretaria de Infraestructura Urbana y Ecología y El Colegio de Sonora. Hermosillo, México.

Felger, R.S., P.L. Warren, S.A. Anderson, and G.P. Nabhan. 1992. Vascular plants of a Desert Oasis: Flora and ethnobotany of Quitobaquito, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona. Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History 8:39.

Glenn, E.P., R.S. Felger, A. Búrquez, and D.S. Turner. 1992. Ciénega de Santa Clara: Endangered wetland in the Colorado River delta, Sonora, Mexico. Natural Resources Journal 32(4):817.

Johnson, M.B. 1992. The genus Bursera (Burseraceae) in Sonora, Mexico and Arizona, U.S.A. Desert Plants 10(1): 19-22.

Laferrière, J.E. 1992. Berberidaceae for Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 26(1):2-4.

Mason, C.T. 1992. Crossosomataceae for Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 26(1):7-9.

Rondeau, R.J., T.R. Van Devender, P.D. Jenkins, C.D. Bertelsen, and R.K. Van Devender. 1992. Extirpated plant species of the Tucson Mountains. In: C.P. Stone and E.S. Bellantoni, eds., Proceedings of the Symposium on Research in Saguaro Parks and Monuments Association, Tucson, Arizona. pp. 141-148.

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1991

Laferrière, J.E. 1991. Dasylirion wheeleri var.durangense: A new combination in the Nolinaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 78:516-520.

Laferrière, J.E. 1991. Optimal use of ethnobotanical resources by the Mountain Pima of Chihuahua, Mexico. UA Ph.D. Thesis.

Laferrière, J.E. 1991. Range extensions in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Chihuahua, Mexico. Phytologia 70(3):188-193.

Laferrière, J.E. and D.J. Keil. 1991. Pectis pimana (Asteraceae:Tageteae): A new species from northwestern Mexico. Madroño 38(3):195-197.

Rondeau, R.J. 1991. Flora and vegetation of the Tucson Mountains, Pima County, Arizona. UA Master's Thesis.

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1990

Laferrière, J.E. 1990. Berberis pimana (Berberidaceae): A new species from Northwestern Mexico. Madroño 37(4):283-288.

Laferrière, J.E. 1990. Hymenocaulis pimana (Amaryllidaceae): A new species from northwestern Mexico. Phytologia 68(4):255-259.

Mason, C.T. 1990. A new Gentiana (Gentianaceae) from northern California and southern Oregon. Madroño 37(4):289-292.

Reeder, J.R. and C.G. Reeder. 1990. Bouteloua eludens: Elusive indeed, but not rare. Desert Plants 10(1):19-22.

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1989

Felger, R.S. 1989. Fresh water islands in a desert sea: The hydrology, flora, and phytogeography of the Gran Desierto oases of northwestern Mexico. Desert Plants 9:35-44, 55-63.

Laferrière, J.E. 1989. A yellow-fruited form of Prunus gentryi (Rosaceae). Phytologia 65(6):482.

Malusa, J.R. 1989. The phylogeny and water relations of pinyon pines in relation to the vicariance biogeography of the American Southwest. UA Ph.D. Thesis.

Reeder, J.R. and R.S. Felger. 1989. The Aristida californica-glabrata complex (Gramineae). Madroño 36(3):187-197.

Reeder. C.G. and Reeder, J.R. 1989. A further note on Agrostis elliottiana (Gramineae). Phytologia 67(2):134-138.

Reeder, J.R. and L.J. Toolin. 1989. Notes on Pappaphorum (Gramineae- Pappaphoreae). Systematic Botany. 14:349-358.

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