The following is a compilation of publications from 2005–2011 that specifically acknowledge the DUKE herbarium.

This list is largely based on internet queries; updates and corrections are appreciated.

Books

  1. Krings, A. 2010. Manual of the Vascular Flora of Nags Head Woods, Outer Banks, North Carolina. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, Volume 103. New York Botanical Garden Press, New York.
  2. Anderson L.E., Shaw A.J. & Shaw B. 2009. Peatmosses (Sphagnum) of the Southeastern United States. New York Botanical Garden Press.
  3. Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.) 2007. Flora of North America, Volume 27, Oxford University Press.
  4. Allen B. 2006. Maine Mosses. Sphagnaceae-Timmiaceae. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden.
  5. Kjerland, S. and Haugse, H. S. 2005. Johan Havaas, fjellbonde og vitskapsmann. Mangfaldig botanikar med internasjonalt ry [Johan Havaas, mountain farmer and scientist. Multifarious botanist of international fame]. Havaas-samlinga. Granvin, Norway. 206 pp.
  6. Krings, A. and R.R. Braham. 2005. Guide to tendrillate climbers of Coast Rican mountains. Blackwell Publishing.

2011

  1. Abbott, J.R. & W.S. Judd. 2011. Badiera subrhombifolia (Polygalaceae), a new species from Hispaniola. Brittonia 63: 161-170.
  2. Allison, J.R. 2011.  Synopsis of the Hypericum denticulatum complex (Hypericaceae). Castanea 76: 99-115.
  3. Andrus, R.E. & Y.I. Kosovich-Anderson. 2011. Two Sphagnum sect. Cuspidata,  new to the western conterminous United States. Evansia 28: 54-57. 
  4. Armaleo, D., X. Sun, &  C. Culberson.  2011.  Insights from the first putative biosynthetic gene cluster for a lichen depside and depsidone.  Mycologia 103: 741-754. 
  5. Batista, J.A.N., L.D.B. Bianchetti, R. González-Tamayo, X.M.C. Figueroa, & P. J. Cribb.. 2011. A Synopsis of New World Habenaria (Orchidaceae) I. Harvard Papers in Botany 16: 1-47.
  6. Beck, J.B., M.D. Windham, & K.M. Pryer. 2011. Do asexual lineages lead short evolutionary lives? A case-study from the fern genus Astrolepis. Evolution 65: 3217-3229.  
  7. Beck, J.B., P.J. Alexander, L. Allphin, I.A. Al-Shehbaz, C. Rushworth, C.D. Bailey, & M.D. Windham. 2011. Does hybridization drive the transition to asexuality in diploid Boechera? Evolution. doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01507. 
  8. Bonito G, M.E. Smith, T. Brenneman, & R. Vilgalys. 2011.  Assessing ectomycorrhizal fungal spore banks of truffle producing soils with pecan seedling trap-plants.  Plant and Soil: in press.
  9. Bonito, G., T. Brenneman, & R. Vilgalys. 2011. Ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity in orchards of cultivated pecan (Carya illinoinensis: Juglandaceae). Mycorrhiza 21: 601-612. 
  10. Brokaw, J.M., M.D. Windham, & L. Hufford. 2011. Chromosome counts and taxonomy of Mentzelia thompsonii (Loasaceae). Madroño 58: 50-56.
  11. Burge, D.O. & P.S. Manos. 2011. Edaphic ecology and genetics of the gabbro-endemic shrub Ceanothus roderickii (Rhamnaceae). Madroño 58: 1 -21.
  12. Burge, D.O., D.M. Erwin, M.B. Islam, J. Kellermann, S.W. Kembel, D.H. Wilken, & P.S. Manos. 2011. Diversification of Ceanothus (Rhamnaceae) in the California Floristic Province. International Journal of Plant Sciences 172:  1137-1164.
  13. Burt-Utley, K. & J.F. Utley. 2011. New species and notes on Begonia (Begoniaceae) from Middle America, I.  Novon 21: 393-401.
  14. Cáceres González, D.A., K. Schulte, M. Schmidt, & G. Zizka. 2011. A synopsis of the Brmeliaceae of Panama, including new records for the country. Willdenovia 41: 357-369.
  15. Câmara, P.E.A.S. & M. Carvalho-Silva. 2011. Taxithelium juruense (Broth.) Broth. (Pylaisiadelphaceae) an endangered Brazilian endemic, with notes on the genus Taxithelium in Brazil. Acta Botanica Brasilica 25: 198-202.
  16. Câmara, P.E.A.S. 2011. A review of Taxithelium subgenus Taxithelium (Bryophyta, Pylaisiadelphaceae), Systematic Botany 36: 824-835.
  17. Colbert, J. T.  2011.  Chaenotheca furfuracea and Psilolechia lucida occur in Iowa.  Evansia 28: 38-42.
  18. Cooper, E.D., A.J. Shaw, B. Shaw, M.J. Henwood, M.M. Heslewood, & E.A. Brown. 2011. A multi-locus molecular phylogeny of the Lepioziaceae: Laying the foundations for a stable classification. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 59: 489-509.
  19. Daly, D.C. & P.V.A. Fine. 2011. A new Amazonian section of Protium (Burseraceae) including both edaphic specialist and generalist taxa. Studies in newtropical Berseraceae XVI.  Systematic Botany 36: 939-949.
  20. Deng, M., A. Coombes, & Q.-S. Li. 2011. Lectotypification of Quercus arbutifolia (Fagaceae) and the taxonomic treatment of Quercus subsect.Chrysotrichae. Nordic Journal of Botany 29: 208-214.
  21. Devos, N., M.A.M. Renner, S.R. Gradstein, A.J. Shaw,  & A. Vanderpoorten. 2011. Molecular data challenge traditional subgeneric divisions in the leafy liverwort Radula. Taxon 60: 1623-1632.
  22. Devos, N., M.A.M. Renner, S.R. Gradstein, A.J. Shaw, B. Laenen, & A. Vanderpoorten. 2011. Evolution of sexual systems, dispersal strategies and habitat selection in the liverwort genus Radula. New Phytologist 192: 225-236.
  23. Dexter, K.G. & T.D. Pennington. 2011.  Inga pitmanii (Fabaceae), a New Species from Madre de Dios, Peru. Novon 2: 322-325.
  24. Draper, I., J-M. González-Mancebo, O. Werner, J. Patiño, & R.M. Ros. 2011. Phylogeographic relationships between the mosses Exsertotheca intermedia from Macaronesian islands and Neckera baetica from southern glacial refugia of the Iberian Peninsula. Annales Botanici Fennici 48: 133-141.
  25. Dressler, S. & M. Tschapka. 2011. 702.   MARCGRAVIA STONEI. Curtis's Botanical Magazine, 28: 55–66.
  26. Ertz, D., F. Bungartz, P. Diederich, & L.  Tibell.  2011.  Molecular and morphological data place Blarneya in Tyolophoron (Arthoniaceae).  The Lichenologist 43: 345-356.
  27. Estes, D. & J. Beck. 2011. A new species of Polymnia (Asteraceae: Tribe Polymnieae) from Tennessee. Systematic Botany 36: 481-486.
  28. Fernández-Brime, S., X. Llimona, K. Molnar, S. Stenroos, F. Högnabba, C. Björk, F.  Lutzoni, & E. Gaya.  2011.  Expansion of the Stictidaceae by the addition of the saxicolous lichen-forming genus Ingvariella. Mycologia 103: 755-763.
  29. Flatberg K.I., J. Whinam, & M. Lebouvier. 2011. Three species of Sphagnum endemic to Île Amsterdam, Terres Australes et Antarctiques Françaises: S. cavernulosum sp. nov., S. complanatum sp. nov. and S. islei. Journal of Bryology 33: 105-121.
  30. Fuselier, L.C., B. Shaw, J.J. Engel, M. von Konrat, D.P. Costa, N. Devos, & A.J. Shaw. 2011. The status and phylogeography of the liverwort genus Apometzgeria Kuwah. (Metzgeriaceae). Bryologist 114: 92–101.
  31. Goffinet, B., J.M. Budke, & L.C. Newman. 2011. Micromitriaceae: A new family of highly reduced mosses. Taxon 60: 1245-1254.
  32. Grady, B.R. & J.L. Reveal. 2011. New combinations and a new species of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae) from the Great Basin Desert, United States. Phytotaxa 24: 33-38.
  33. Heinrichs, J., H-P. Kreier, K. Felberg, A.R. Schmidt, R-L. Zhu, B. Shaw, A.J. Shaw, & V. Wissemann. 2011. Formalizing morphologically cryptic biological entities: new insights from DNA taxonomy, hybridization, and biogeography in the leafy liverwort Porella platyphylla (Jungermanniopsida, Porellales). American Journal of Botany  98: 1252–1262.
  34. Henkel, T.W., M.C. Aimé, J.K. Uehling, & M.E. Smith. 2011. New species and distribution records of Clavulina (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) from the Guiana Shield. Mycologia 103: 883-894.
  35. Hirai, R.Y., G. Rouhan, P.H. Labiak, T.A. Ranker, & J. Prado. 2011. Moranopteris: A new neotropical genus of grammitid ferns (Polypodiaceae) segregated from Asian Micropolypodium. Taxon 60: 1123-1137.
  36. Hodkinson, B. P. & J.C. Lendemer.  2011.  Molecular analyses reveal semi-cryptic species in Xanthoparmelia tasmanicaBibliotheca Lichenologica 106:  115-126.
  37. Hodkinson, B. P. & J.C. Lendemer.  2011.  Punctelia eganii, a new species in the P. rudecta group with a novel compound for the genus.  Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 35-38.
  38. Karlin, E.F., R.E. Andrus, S.B. Boles, & A.J. Shaw. 2011. One haploid parent contributes 100% of the gene pool for a widespread species in northwest North America. Molecular Ecology 20: 753–767.
  39. Karlin, E.F., S.B. Boles, R.D. Seppelt, S. Terracciano, & A.J. Shaw. 2011. The peat moss Sphagnum cuspidatum in Australia: microsatellites provide a global perspective. Systematic Botany 36; 22–32.
  40. Karlin, E.F., S.C. Hotchkiss, S.B. Boles, H.K. Stenøien, K. Hassel, K.I. Flatberg, & A.J. Shaw. 2011. High genetic diversity in a remote island population system: sans sex. New Phytologist. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03999.x.
  41. Kennedy, H. & F.R. Ganders. 2011. Calathea matudae and C. sousandradeana, new species of Marantaceae from Mexico and northern Central America. Novon 21: 58-65.
  42. Kennedy, H. 2011. Three new Costa Rican species of Calathea (Marantaceae) from montane wet forests. Novon 21: 49-57.
  43. Kennedy, H. 2011. Three new distichous-bracted species of Calathea (Marantaceae) from Panama. Novon 21: 201-211.
  44. Ko, W.-H., C.-H. Yang, M.-J. Lin, C.-Y. Chen, & Y.-J. Tso. 2011. Humicola  phialophoroides  sp.  nov.  from  soil with potential for biological control of plant diseases. Botanical Studies 52: 197-202.
  45. Köckinger, H. & J. Kučera. 2011. Hymenostylium xerophilum, sp. nov., and H. gracillimum, comb. nov., two neglected European mosses and their molecular affinities. Journal of Bryology 33: 195-209.
  46. Krings, A. 2011. Matelea s.l. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in the West Indies.  Systematic Botany 36: 730-756.
  47. Kundsen, K., J.C. Lendemer, & R.C. Harris.  2011.  Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi – no 15. miscellaneous notes on species from eastern North America.  Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 45-75.
  48. Laenen, B., A. Désamoré, N. Devos, A.J. Shaw, J-M. González-Mancebo, M.A. Carine, & A. Vanderpoorten. 2011. Macaronesia: a source of hidden genetic diversity for post-glacial recolonization of western Europe in the leafy liverwort Radula lindenbergiana. Journal of Biogeography 38: 631-639.
  49. Lendemer, J. C.  2011.  A review of the morphologically similar species Fuscidea pusilla and Ropalospora viridis in eastern North America.  Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 11-20.
  50. Lendemer, J. C.  2011.  A standardized morphological terminology and descriptive scheme for Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae).  The Lichenologist 43: 379-399.
  51. Lendemer, J. C.  2011.  A taxomomic revision of the North American species of Lepraria s.l. that produce divaricatic acid, with notes on the type species of the genus L. incanaMycologia 103: 1216-1229.
  52. Lendemer, J. C. & H. O’Brien.  2011.  How do you reconcile molecular and non-molecular datasets?  A case study where new molecular data prompts a revision of Peltigera hydrothyria s.l. in North America and the recognition of two species.  Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 99-110.
  53. Leong-Skornicková, J., Ly, N.-S., A.D. Poulsen, J. Tosh, & A. Forrest. 2011. Newmania: A new ginger genus from central Vietnam. Taxon: 60: 1386-1396.
  54. Li, F.-W., L.-Y. Kuo, C.J. Rothfels, A. Ebihara, W.-L. Chiou, M.D. Windham, & K.M. Pryer. 2011. rbcL and matK earn two thumbs up as the core DNA barcode for ferns. PLoS One 6: e26597.
  55. Link-Pérez, M.A., L.E. Watson, & R.J. Hickey. 2011. Redefinition of Adiantopsis Fée (Pteridaceae): Systematics, diversification, and biogeography. Taxon 60: 1255-1268.
  56. McCune, B., C. Schoch, H.T. Root, S.A. Kageyama,  & J. Miadlikowska.  2011.  Geographic, climatic, and chemical differentiation in the Hypogymnia imshaugii species complex (Lecanoromycetes, Parmeliaceae) in North America.  The Bryologist 114: 526-544.
  57. Mendoza-González A.C., A. Sentíes, L.E. Mateo-Cid, J. Díaz-Larrea, F.F. Pedroche, & R.A. Villanueva. 2011. Ochtodes searlesii sp. nov. (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta), from the Pacific tropical coast of Mexico, based on morphological and molecular evidence. Phycological Research 59: 250–258.
  58. Molnár, K. and E. Farkas.  2011.  Depsides and depsidones in populations of the lichen Hypogymnia physodes and its genetic diversity.  Annales Botanici Fennici 48: 473-482.
  59. Pokorny, L., G. Oliván, & A. J. Shaw. 2011. Phylogeographic patterns in two Southern Hemisphere species of Calyptrochaeta (Daltoniaceae, Bryophyta). Systematic Botany 36: 542-553.
  60. Ricca, M., P. Szövényi, & A. J. Shaw. 2011. Interploidal hybridization and mating patterns in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex. Molecular Ecology 20: 3202–3218.
  61. Rothrock, P.E., A.A. Reznicek, & C.T. Bryson. 2011. Geographic range and morphological and chromosomal variability of Carex molestiformis (Cyperaceae) east of the Mississippi River. Castanea 76: 178-182.
  62. Schneider C.W., T. Chengsupanimit  & G.W. Saunders. 2011. A new genus and species from the North Atlantic, Archestenogramma profundum (Phyllophoraceae, Rhodophyta), with taxonomic resolution of the orphaned Leptofauchea brasiliensis. European Journal of Phycology 46: 442-452.
  63. Shaw, A. J., P. Szövényi, & B. Shaw. 2011. Bryophyte diversity and evolution: windows into the early evolution of land plants. American Journal of Botany 98: 1–18.
  64. Sigel, E.M., M.D. Windham, L. Huiet, G. Yatskievych, & K.M. Pryer. 2011. Species relationships and farina evolution in the cheilanthoid fern genus Argyrochosma (Pteridaceae). Systematic Botany 36: 554-564.
  65. Singhurst, J.R. & W.C. Holmes.  2011.  Monarda luteola (Lamiaceae): A new species from northeast Texas and southwest Arkansas. Phytoneuron 2011-41: 1–5.
  66. Smith, S.D. & S.L. González. 2011. A new species of Iochroma (Solanaceae) from Ecuador. Novon 21: 491-495.
  67. Sorrie, B.A., P.D. McMillan, B. van Eerden, R.J. LeBlond, P.E. Hyatt, & L.C. Anderson. 2011. Carex austrodeflexa (Cyperaceae), a new species of Carex Sect. Acrocystis from the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the southeastern United States. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5: 45-51.
  68. Spribille, T., B. Goffinet, B. Klug, L. Muggia, W. Obermayer, & H. Mayrhofer.  2011.  Molecular support for the recognition of the Mycoblastus fucatus group as the new genus Violella (Tephromelataceae, Lecanorales).  The Lichenologist 43: 445-466.
  69. Stech, M., O. Werner, J-M. González-Mancebo, J. Patiño, M. Sim-Sim, S. Fontinha, I. Hildebrandt, & R.M. Ros. 2011. Phylogenetic inference in Leucodon Schwägr. subg. Leucodon (Leucodontaceae, Bryophyta) in the North Atlantic region. Taxon 60: 79-88.
  70. Steeves, R.A.D. 2011. An intrageneric and intraspecific study of morphological and genetic variation in the neotropical Compsoneura and Virola (Myristicaceae). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Guelph, Canada.
  71. Stenøien, H.K., A.J. Shaw, B. Shaw, K. Hassel, & U. Gunnarsson. 2011. North American origin and recent European establishment of the amphi-Atlantic peat moss: Sphagnum angermannicum. Evolution 65:1181–1194.
  72. Stenøien, H.K., A.J. Shaw, K. Stengrundet, & K.I. Flatberg. 2011. The narrow endemic Norwegian peat moss Sphagnum troendelagicum originated before the last glacial maximum. Heredity 106: 370–382.
  73. Szövényi, P., S. Rensing, D. Lang, G.A. Wray, & A.J. Shaw. 2011. Generation-biased gene expression in a bryophyte model system. Molecular Biology and Evolution 28: 803-812.
  74. Taylor, C. M., J. Sanchez-González, B. Hammel, D.H. Lorence, C. Persson, P.G. Delprete, & R.E. Gereau. 2011. Rubiacearum Americanarum Magna Hama Pars XXVIII: New taxa, new combinations, new names, and lectotypification for several species found in Mexico and Central America. Novon 21: 133-148.
  75. Taylor, C.M. & R.E. Gereau. 2011. Rubiacearum Americanarum Magna Hama Pars XXVI: New species of Hoffmannia (Hamelieae) and more comments on the genus. Novon 21: 94-117.
  76. Taylor, C.M., B. Hammel, & R.E. Gereau. 2011. Rubiacearum Americanarum Magna Hama Pars XXVII: Six new species and a new taxonomic view of Posoqueria. Novon 21: 118-132.
  77. Terracciano, S., S. Giordano, & V. Spagnuolo. 2011. A further tessera in the two-centuries-old debate on the Hypnum cupressiforme complex (Hypnaceae, Bryopsida). Plant Systematics and Evolution 298: 229-238.
  78. Thüs, H., L. Muggia, S. Pérez-Ortega, S.E. Favero-Longo, S. Joneson, H. O’Brien, M.P. Nelsen, R. Duque-Thüs, M. Grube, T. Friedl, J. Brodie, C.J.  Andrew, R. Lücking, F. Lutzoni, & C. Gueidan.  2011.  Revisiting photobiont diversity in the lichen family Verrucariaceae (Ascomycota). European Journal of Phycology 46: 399-415. 
  79. Uehling, J.K., T.W. Henkel, MC Aimé, R. Vilgalys, & M.E. Smith. 2011. New species of Clavulina (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) with resupinate and effused basidiomata from the Guiana Shield. Mycologia: in press.
  80. Weakley, A.S., R.J. LeBlond, B.A. Sorrie, C.T. Witsell, L.D. Estes, K. Gandhi, K.G. Mathews, & A. Ebihara. 2011. New combinations, rank changes, and nomenclatural and taxonomic comments in the vascular flora of the southeaster United States. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5: 437-455.
  81. Wolf, P.G., J.P. Der, A.M. Duffy, J.B. Davidson, A.L. Grusz, & K.M. Pryer. 2011. The evolution of chloroplast genes and genomes in ferns. Plant Molecular Biology 76: 251–261. 

2010 

  1. Alexander, P.J., M.D. Windham, R. Govindarajulu, I.A. Al-Shehbaz, & C.D. Bailey. 2010. Molecular phylogenetics and taxonomy of the genus Thysanocarpus (Brassicaceae). Systematic Botany 35: 559-577.
  2. Alexander, S.N.  2010.  A subspecific revision of North American saltmarsh mallow, Kosteletzkya pentacarpos (L.) Ledeb. [M.Sc. thesis].  George Mason University.
  3. Beck, J.B., M.D. Windham, G. Yatskievych, & K.M. Pryer. 2010. A diploids-first approach to species delimitation and interpreting polyploid evolution in the fern genus Astrolepis (Pteridaceae). Systematic Botany 35: 223-234.
  4. Bell, N.E. & J. Hyvönen.  2010.  A phylogenetic circumscription of Polytrichastrum (Polytrichaceae):  Reassessment of sporophyte morphology supports molecular phylogeny.  American Journal of Botany 97: 566-578.
  5. Bonito, G.M., A.P. Gryganskyi, J.M. Trappe, & R. Vilgalys.  2010.  A global meta-analysis of tuber ITS rDNA sequences:  species diversity, host associations and long-distance dispersal.  Molecular Ecology 19: 4994-5008.
  6. Christenhusz, M.J.M.  2010.  Danaea (Marattiaceae) revisited:  biodiversity, a new classification and ten new species of a neotropical fern genus.  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 163: 360-385.
  7. Christenhusz, M.J.M.  2010.  Revision of the Neotropical fern genus Eupodium (Marattiaceae).  Kew Bulletin 65: 1-7.
  8. Crandall-Stotler, B., R.E. Stotler, L. Zhang, & L.L. Forrest.  2010.  On the morphology, systematics and phylogeny of Noteroclada (Noterocladaceae, Marchantiophyta).  Nova Hedwigia 91: 421-450.
  9. Croat, T.B., X. Delannay, & C.V. Kostelac.  2010.  New species of Araceae from Colombia.  Willdenowia 40: 63-122.
  10. Dexter, K.G., T.D. Pennington, & C.W. Cunningham.  2010.  Using DNA to assess errors in tropical tree identifications:  How often are ecologists wrong and when does it matter?  Ecological Monographs 80: 267-286.
  11. Esslinger, T.L. and Dillman, K. L.  2010.  Physconia grumosa in North America.  The Bryologist 113: 77-80.
  12. Ferrufino-Acosta, L.  2010.  Taxonomic revision of the genus Smilax (Smilacaceae) in Central America and the Caribbean islands.  Willdenowia 40: 227-280.
  13. Frank, J.L., R.A. Coffan, & D. Southworth.  2010.  Aquatic gilled mushrooms:  Psanthyrella fruiting in the Rogue River in southern Oregon.  Mycologia 102: 93-107.
  14. Fuselier, L., P.G. Davison, M. Clements, B. Shaw, N. Devos, J. Heinrichs, J. Hentschel, M. Sabovljevic, P. Szövényi, S. Schuette, W. Hofbauer & A. J. Shaw. In Press. Phylogeographic analyses reveal distinct lineages of Metzgeria furcata (L.) Dumort. and M. conjugata Lindb. (Metzgeriaceae) in Europe and North America. Biol. J. Linn. Soc.
  15. Hedenäs, L.  2010.  Phylogeography and origin of European Sanionia uncinata (Amblystegiaceae, Bryophyta).  Systematics and Biodiversity 8: 177-191.
  16. Henkel, T.W., M.E. Smith, & M.C. Aime. 2010. Guyanagaster, a new wood-decaying sequestrate fungal genus related to Armillaria (Physalacriaceae, Agaricales, Basidiomycota). American Journal of Botany 97: 1474-1484.
  17. Ho, B.C.  2010.  Evolution and Diversification of the Hookeriales (Bryopsida) with emphasis on Distichophyllum (Daltoniaceae) and its allied genera.  Ph.D. Disseration, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn, Germany.  154 p.
  18. Hodkinson, B.P. 2010. A first assessment of lichen diversity for one of North America's 'biodiversity hotspots' in the southern Appalachians of Virginia. Castanea 75: 126-133.
  19. Hodkinson, B.P. & J.C. Lendemer. 2010. Molecular analysis reveals distantly-related cryptic species in Xanthoparmelia tasmanica. Bibliotheca Lichenologica: 106: 108-119.
  20. Hodkinson, B.P., J.C. Lendemer, & T.L. Esslinger.  2010.  Parmelia barranoae, a macrolichen new to North America and Africa.  North American Fungi 5: 1-5.
  21. Hughes, K.W., D.A. Mather, & R.H. Petersen.  2010.  A new genus to accommodate Gymnopus acervatus (Agaricales).  Mycologia 102: 1463-1478.
  22. Karlin, E.F., G.P. Gardner, K. Lukshis, S.B. Boles, & A.J. Shaw. In Press. Alloploidy in Sphagnum mendocinum and S. papillosum (Sphagnaceae). The Bryologist 113.
  23. Karlin, E.F., M.M. Giusti, R.A. Lake, S.B. Boles & A.J. Shaw.  Microsatellite analysis of Sphagnum centrale, S. henryense, and S. palustre (Sphagnaceae). The Bryologist 113: 90-98.
  24. Keirle, M.R., P.G. Avis, D.E. Desjardin, D.E. Hemmes, & G.M. Mueller.  2010.  Geographic origins and phylogenetic affinities of the putative Hawaiian endemic Rhodocollybia laulahaMycotaxon 112: 463-473.
  25. Knudsen, K., Reeb, V., Westberg, M., Srikantha, R., and Bhattacharya, D. 2010. Acarospora rosulata in Europe, North America and Asia. Lichenologist: in press.
  26. Lendemer, J.C.  2010.  Notes on Lepraria sl (Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota) in North America:  New species, new reports, and preliminary keys.  Brittonia 267-292.
  27. Lendemer, J.C. & B.P. Hodkinson. 2010. A new perspective on Punctelia subrudecta in North America: previously-rejected morphological characters corroborate molecular phylogenetic evidence and provide insight into an old problem. Lichenologist 42: 405-421.
  28. Manns, U. & B. Bremer. 2010. Towards a better understanding of intertribal relationships and stable tribal relationships within Cinchonoideae s.s. (Rubiaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 56: 21-39.
  29. McMullen, M. 2010. Lichen type specimens in the Duke University Herbarium. Evansia 27: 100-106.
  30. Niedenberger, B.A.  2010.  Molecular phylogeny and comparative pollen morphology of the genus Hexastylis (Aristolochiaceae).  [M.Sc. thesis].  Appalachian State University.
  31. Otálora, M.A.G., G. Aragón, M.C. Molina, I. Martínez, & F. Lutzoni. 2010. Disentangling the Collema-Leptogium complex through a molecular phylogenetic study of the Collemataceae (Peltigerales, lichen-forming Ascomycota). Mycologia 102: 279-290.
  32. Otálora, M.A.G., I. Martinez, H. O’Brien, M.C. Molina, G. Aragón, & F. Lutzoni. 2010. Multiple origins of high reciprocal symbiotic specificity at an intercontinental spatial scale among gelatinous lichens (Collemataceae, Lecanoromycetes). Phylogenetics and Evolution 56: 1089-1096.
  33. Potes, A. 2010. Comparative anatomy of the nectaries of Aglaomorpha and Drynaria (Polypodiaceae) American Fern Journal 100: 80-92.
  34. Prieto, M., I. Martinez, G. Aragón, M.A.G. Otálora, & F. Lutzoni. 2010. Phylogenetic study of Catapyrenium s. str. (Verrucariaceae, lichen-forming Ascomycota) and related genus Placidiopsis. Mycologia 102: 291-304.
  35. Pringle, J.S.  2010.  The identity and nomenclature of the Pacific North American species Zeltnera muhlenbergii (Gentianaceae) and its distinction from Centaurium tenuiflorum and other species with which it has been confused.  Madroño 57: 184-202.
  36. Pryer, K.M., E. Schuettpelz, L. Huiet, A.L. Grusz, C.J. Rothfels, T. Avent, D. Schwartz, & M.D. Windham. 2010. DNA barcoding exposes a case of mistaken identity in the fern horticultural trade. Molecular Ecology Resources 10: 979-985.
  37. Ricca, M. & A. J. Shaw. In Press. Allopolyploidy and homoploid hybridization in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae: Bryophyta). Biol. J. Linn. Soc.
  38. Schatz, G.E. & P.J.M. Maas.  2010.  Synoptic revision of Stenanona (Annonaceae).  Blumea 55: 205-223.
  39. Schneider, C.W., C.E. Lane, G.W. Saunders. 2010. Notes on the marine algae of the Bermudas. 11. More additions to the benthic flora and a phylogenetic assessment of Halymenia pseudofloresii (Halymeniales, Rhodophyta) from its type locality. Phycologia 49: 154-168.
  40. Sheard, J.W.  2010.  The lichen genus Rinodina (Ach.) Gray (Lecanorales, Physciaceae) in North America, north of Mexico.  NRC Research Press, Ottowa, Ontario, Canada.
  41. Sigel, E.M., M.D. Windham, L. Huiet, G. Yatskievych, and K.M. Pryer. Species relationships and farina evolution in the cheilanthoid fern genus Argyrochosma (Pteridaceae). Systematic Botany (in press).
  42. Simões, A.O., M.E. Endress, & E. Conti.  2010.  Systematics and character evolution of Tabernaemontaneae (Apocynaceae, Rauvolfioideae) based on molecular and morphological evidence.  Taxon 59: 772-790.
  43. Sousa, M.S.  2010.  Revisión del complejo de Lonchocarpus cruentus (Leguminosae:  Papilionoideae:  Millettieae), con descripciónes de cinco especies nuevas.  Brittonia 62: 321-336.
  44. Stehn, S.E., C.R. Webster, J.M. Glime, & M.A. Jenkins.  2010.  Elevational gradients of bryophyte diversity, life forms, and community assemblage in the southern Appalachian Mountains.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40: 2164-2174.
  45. Stehn, S.E., C.R. Webster, J.M. Glime, & M.A. Jenkins.  2010.  Ground-layer bryophyte communities of post-adelgid Picea-Abies forests.  Southeastern Naturalist 9: 435-452.
  46. Stone, D.E.  2010.  Review of New World Alfaroa and Old World Alfaropsis (Juglandaceae).  Novon 20: 215-224.
  47. Szövényi, P., M. Ricca, & A. J. Shaw. In Press. Multiple paternity and sporophytic inbreeding depression in a dioicous moss species. Heredity
  48. Taylor, C.M., D.H. Lorence, & R.E. Gereau.  2010.  Rubiacearum Americanarum Magna Hama Pars XXV:  The nocturnally flowering Psychotria domingensis-Coussarea hondensis group plus three other Mesoamerican Psychotria species transfer to PalicoureaNovon 20: 481-492.
  49. Tripp, E.A.  2010.  Taxonomic revision of Ruellia section Chiropterophila (Acanthaceae):  a lineage of rare and endemic species from Mexico.  Systematic Botany 35: 629-661.
  50. U’Ren, J., F. Lutzoni, J. Miadlikowska, & A.E. Arnold. 2010. Community analysis reveals close affinities between endophytic and endolichenic fungi in mosses and lichens.  Microbial Ecology 60: 340-353.
  51. U’Ren, J., F. Lutzoni, J. Miadlikowska, & A.E. Arnold. 2010. Intensive sampling reveals ecological distinctiveness and continua among symbiotrophic and saprotrophic Ascomycota in a montane forest. The New Phytologist: in review.
  52. Villarreal, J.C., D.C. Gargill, & B. Goffinet.  2010.  Phaeomegaceros squamuliger subspecies hasselii (Dendrocerotaceae, Anthocerotophyta), a new taxon from the Southern Hemisphere.  Nova Hedwigia 91: 349-360.
  53. Wolf, P.G., J.P. Der, A.M. Duffy, J.B. Davidson, A.L. Grusz, & K.M. Pryer. 2010. The evolution of chloroplast genes and genomes in ferns. Plant Molecular Biology DOI:  10.1007/s11103-010-9706-4.

2009

  1. Armaleo, D. and May, S. 2009. Sizing the fungal and algal genomes of the lichen Cladonia grayi through quantitative PCR. Symbiosis 49: 43-51.
  2. Arnold, A. E., Miadlikowska, J., Higgins, K. L., Sarvate, S. D., Gugger, P., Way, A., Hofstetter, V., Kauff, F., and Lutzoni, F. 2009. A phylogenetic estimation of trophic transition networks for ascomycetous fungi: are lichens cradles of symbiotrophic fungal diversification? Systematic Biology 58: 283-297 (cover).
  3. Aseni, A. and B. Reviers. 2009. Illustrated catalogue of species historically assigned to Lessonia (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) preserved at PC, including a taxonomic study of three South American species with a description of L. searlesiana sp. nov. and a new lectotypification of L. flavicans. Cryptogamic Algol. 30: 209-249.
  4. Atwood, John J. A taxonomic revision of Schlotheimia subg. Stegotheca (Orthotrichaceae). The Bryologist 2009: Vol. 112, Issue 2, pg(s) 290-300.
  5. Atwood, John J. and Bruce Allen. A synopsis of the Orthotrichum strangulatum complex (Orthotrichaceae). The Bryologist 2009: Vol. 112, Issue 1, pg(s) 208-220.
  6. Blom, Hans H. and Carl E. Darigo. Schistidium viride (Grimmiaceae), a new name for a common but neglected species in eastern North America. The Bryologist 2009: Vol. 112, Issue 2, pg(s) 273-277.
  7. Brunton, D.F. 2009. Noteworthy Collections: SOUTH CAROLINA. Castanea 74:183-184.
  8. Burgaz, A. R. and Ahti, T. 2009. Cladoniaceae. Flora Lichenológica Ibérica 4: 1-111.
  9. Cruden, R.W. 2009. A synopsis of South American Echeandia (Anthericaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 96: 251-267.
  10. De Luna, Efraín. Typification, taxonomy and distribution of Braunia squarrulosa (Hedwigiaceae) in Mexico and Central America. The Bryologist 2009: Vol. 112, Issue 1, pg(s) 202-207.
  11. Denslow, M.W. and D.B. Poindexter. 2009. Mentha suaveolens and M. x rotundifolia in North Carolina: A clarification of distribution and taxonomic identity. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 3: 383-389.
  12. Dias, E.; Mendes, C.; Shaw, J. Sphagnum recurvum P.Beauv. on Terceira, Azores, new to Macaronesia-Europe. Journal of Bryology 2009: 31(3): pp. 199-201.
  13. Ertz, D., Miadlikowska, J., Lutzoni, F., Dessein, S., Raspé, O., Vigneron, N., Hofstetter, V., Diederich, P. 2009. Towards a new classification of the Arthoniales (Ascomycota) based on a three-gene phylogeny focusing on the genus Opegrapha. Mycological Research 113:141-152.
  14. Granzow-de la Cerda, Íñigo, and Ruprecht P. G. Düll. 2009. Anomodon longifolius and A. thraustus (Anomodontaceae) new to North America, north of Mexico. The Bryologist 112 3:606-610.
  15. Grusz, A.L., M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer. 2009. Deciphering the origins of apomictic polyploids in the Cheilanthes yavapensis complex (Pteridaceae). American Journal of Botany 96: 1636-1645.
  16. Gueidan, C., Savic, S., Thüs, H., Roux, C., Keller, C., Tibell, L., Prieto, M., Heidmarsson, S., Breuss, O., Orange, A., Fröberg, L., Amtoft-Wynns, A., Navarro-Rosinés, P., Kristinsson, H., Krzewicka, B., Pykälä, J., Grube, M., Lutzoni, F. 2009. Generic classification of the Verrucariaceae (Ascomycota) based on molecular and morphological evidence: recent progress and remaining challenges. Taxon 58: 184-208.
  17. Harris, R. C., and Lendemer, J. C. 2009. The Fellhanera silicis group in eastern North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 157-174.
  18. Hedenäs, Lars, Sanna Huttunen, James R. Shevock, and Daniel H. Norris. 2009. Homalothecium californicum (Brachytheciaceae), a new endemic species to the California Floristic Province, Pacific Coast of North America. The Bryologist 112 3:593-604.
  19. Hodkinson, B. P., and Lutzoni, F. 2009. A microbiotic survey of lichen-associated bacteria reveals a new lineage from the Rhizobiales. Symbiosis 49: in press.
  20. Hodkinson, B. P., Harris, R. C., and Case, M. A. 2009. A checklist of Virginia lichens. Evansia 26: 64-68.
  21. Horn, J.W. 2009. Phylogenetics of Dilleniaceae using sequence data from four plastid loci (rbcL, infA, rps4, rpl16 Intron). International Journal of Plant Sciences 170:794-813.
  22. Joneson, S., and Lutzoni, F. 2009. Revisiting compatibility and thigmotropism in the lichen symbiosis. Symbiosis 47:109-115.
  23. Kainulainen, K. A. Mouly, A. Khodabandeh, and B. Bremer. 2009. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of the tribe Alberteae (Rubiaceae), with description of a new genus, Razafimandimbisonia. Taxon 58: 757-768.
  24. Karlin, E.F., Boles, S.B., Ricca, M., Temsch, J., Greilhuber, A.J., & Shaw, A.J. 2009. Three-genome mosses: complex double allopolyploid origins for triploid gametophytes in Sphagnum. Molecular Ecology 18 7:1439-1454.
  25. Kiefer, C. C. Dobes, T.F. Sharbel, M.A. Koch. 2009. Phylogeographic structure of the chloroplast DNA gene pool in North American Boechera – a genus and continental-wide perspective. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52: 303-311.
  26. Krings, A. 2009. A new species in the Ibatia species complex in Matelea s. l. (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae: Asclepiadeae) from Colombia. Systematic Botany 34: 429-433
  27. Kukwa, M. and Flakus, A. 2009. Lepraria glaucosorediata sp. nov. (Stereocaulaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) and other interesting records of Lepraria. Mycotaxon 108: 359-364.
  28. Lammers, T.G. 2009. Revision of the endemic Hawaiian genus Trematolobelia (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae). Brittonia 61: 126-143.
  29. Lawrey, J. D., Lücking, R., Sipman, H. J. M., Chaves, J. L., Redhead, S. A., Bungartz, F., Sikaroodi M., and Gillevet, P. M. 2009. High concentration of basidiolichens in a single family of agaricoid mushrooms (Basidiomycota: Agaricales: Hygrophoraceae). Mycological Research 113: 1154-1171.
  30. Lendemer, J. C. 2009. A synopsis of the lichen genus Heterodermia (Physciaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in eastern North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 1-36.
  31. Lendemer, J. C. and Hodkinson, B. P. 2009. The wisdom of fools: new molecular and morphological insights into the North American apodetiate species of Cladonia. Opuscula Philolichenum 7: 79-100.
  32. Lendemer, J. C., and Hodkinson, B. P. 2009a. Stretching the boundaries: A range extension for Buellia wheeleri R.C. Harris. Evansia 26: in press.
  33. Mariotti, B., S. Manzano, E. Kejnovsky, B. Vyskot, and M. Jamilena. 2009. Accumulation of Y-specific satellite DNAs during the evolution of Rumex acetosa sex chromosomes. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 281: 1249-259.
  34. Mathews, K.G., N. Dunne, E. York and L. Struwe. 2009. A phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of Bartonia (Gentianaceae: Gentianeae), based on molecular and morphological evidence. Systematic Botany 34: 162-172.
  35. McLaughlin, D. J., Hibbett, D. S., Lutzoni, F., Spatafora, J. W., and Vilgalys, R. 2009. The search for the fungal tree of life. Trends in Microbiology 17: 488-497. (Review article and cover of journal.)
  36. Miller, R.J. A.D. Carroll, T.P. Wilson, and J. Shaw. 2009. Spatiotemporal analysis of three common wetland invasive plant species using herbarium specimens and Geographic Information Systems. Castanea 74: 133-145.
  37. Molina, J. and L. Struwe. 2009. Utility of secondary structure in phylogenetic reconstructions using nrDNA ITS Sequences - An example from Potalieae (Gentianaceae: Asteridae). Systematic Botany 34: 414-428.
  38. Moore, G., S.D. Glenn, and J. Ma. 2009. Distribution of the native Aralia spinosa and non-native Aralia elata (Araliaceae) in the northeastern United States. Rhodora 111: 145-154.
  39. Muggia, L., Gueidan, C., Perlmutter, G. B., Eriksson, O. E., and Grube, M. 2009. Molecular data confirm the position of Flakea papillata in Verrucariaceae. The Bryologist 112: 538-543. [Although not cited, duplicate specimens are deposited in the Duke Herbarium.]
  40. O'Brien, H. E., Miadlikowska, J. and Lutzoni, F. 2009. Assessing reproductive isolation in highly diverse communities of the lichen-forming fungal genus Peltigera. Evolution 63:2076–2086. [Individual specimens not cited, but vouchers have been deposited in the Duke Herbarium.]
  41. Perlmutter, G. B. Contributions to the Lichen Flora of North Carolina: A Preliminary Checklist of the Lichens of the Uwharrie Mountains. Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 65-72.
  42. Pirie, M.D., B.B. Klitgaard, and R.T. Pennington. 2009. Revision and biogeography of Centrolobium (Leguminosae – Papilionoideae). Systematic Botany 34: 345-359.
  43. Pryer, K.M. and D.J. Hearn. 2009. Evolution of leaf form in marsileaceous ferns: evidence for heterochrony. Evolution 63: 498-513.
  44. Rothrock, P.E., A.A. Reznicek, and A.L. Hipp. 2009. Taxonomic study of the Carex tenera group (Cyperaceae). Systematic Botany 34: 297-311.
  45. Saag, L., Saag, A., Randlane, T. 2009. World survey of the genus Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae, lichenized ascomycota). The Lichenologist 41: 25-60.
  46. Schoch, C. L., Sung, G.-H., López-Giráldez, F., Townsend, J. P., Miadlikowska, J., Hofstetter, V., Robbertse, B., Matheny, P.B., Kauff, F., Wang, Z., Gueidan, C., Andrie, R. M., Trippe, K., Ciufetti, L. M., Wynns, J., Fraker, E., Hodkinson, B. P., Bonito, G., Yahr, R., J. Z. Groenewald, J. Z., Arzanlou, M., de Hoog, G. S., Crous, P. W., Hewitt, D., Pfister, D. H., Peterson, K., Gryzenhout, M., Wingfield, M. J., Aptroot, A., Suh, S.-O., Blackwell, M., Hillis, D. M., Griffith, G. W., Castlebury, L. A., Rossman, A. Y., Lumbsch, H. T., Lücking, R., Büdel, B., Rauhut, A., Diederich, P., Ertz, D., Geiser, D. M., Hosaka, K., Inderbitzin, P., Kohlmeyer, J., Volkmann-Kohlmeyer, B., Mostert, L., O’Donnell, K., Sipman, H., Rogers, J. D., Shoemaker, R. A., Sugiyama, J., Summerbell, R. C., Untereiner, W., Johnston, P., Stenroos, S., Zuccaro, A., Dyer, P., Crittenden, P., Cole, M. S., Hansen, K., Trappe, J. M., Lutzoni, F., and Spatafora, J. W. 2009. The Ascomycota Tree of Life: A Phylum Wide Phylogeny Clarifies the Origin and Evolution of Fundamental Reproductive and Ecological Traits. Systematic Biology 58: 224-239.
  47. Shaw B, Terracciano S. & Shaw A.J. 2009. A Genetic Analysis of Two New Peat Moss Species, Sphagnum atlanticum and S. bergianum (Sphagnaceae). Systematic Botany 34(1): 6-12.
  48. Shaw, A. J. 2009. Mielichhoferiaceae in Flora of North America, Bryophytes. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/bfna/V2/MielMielichhoferiaceae.htm
  49. Shaw, A. J. 2009. Pseudoditrichaceae in Flora of North America, Bryophytes. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/bfna/V2/Pseudoditrichaceae.htm
  50. Shaw, A.J. 2009. Mielichhoferia shevockii, comb. nov. (Mielichhoferiaceae). The Bryologist 112 3:605
  51. Shaw, A.J., and David Toren. 2009. Pohlia flexuosa (Mielichhoferiaceae) in North America. The Bryologist 112 1:178-183.
  52. Shevock, James R. and William R. Buck. 2009. A new species of Pseudoleskea (Leskeaceae) from the Sierra Nevada of California, U.S.A. The Bryologist 112 1:184-187.
  53. Stone, D.E., S.-H. Oh, E.A. Tripp, L.E. Ríos G, and P.S. Manos. 2009. Natural history, distribution, phylogenetic relationships, and conservation of Central American black walnuts (Juglans sect. Rhysocaryon). The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 136:1-25.
  54. Struwe, L., S. Haag, E. Heiberg, and J.R. Grant. 2009. Andean speciation and vicariance in neotropical Macrocarpea (Gentianaceae-Helieae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 96: 450-469.
  55. Struwe, L., V.A. Albert, M.F. Calio, C. Frasier, K.B. Lepis, K.G. Mathews, and J.R. Grant. 2009. Evolutionary patterns in neotropical Helieae (Gentianaceae): evidence from morphology, chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences. Taxon 58: 479-499.
  56. Szövényi, P. Z. Hock, H. Korpelainen, & A. J. Shaw. 2009. Spatial pattern of nucleotide polymorphism indicates molecular adaptation in the bryophyte Sphagnum fimbriatum. Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 53: 277-286.
  57. Tripp, E.A., T.F. Daniel, J.C. Lendemer, and L.A. McDade. 2009. New molecular and morphological insights prompt transfer of Blechnum to Ruellia (Acanthaceae). Taxon 58: 893-906.
  58. Wurdack, K.J. and C.C. Davis. 2009. Malpighiales phylogenetics: gaining ground on one of the most recalcitrant clades in the angiosperm tree of life. American Journal of Botany 96: 1551-1570.

2008

  1. Amtoft, A., Lutzoni, F. and Miadlikowska, J. 2008. Dermatocarpon (Verrucariaceae) in the Ozark Highlands, North America. The Bryologist 111:1-40.
  2. Bright, K.L. and M.D. Rausher. 2008. Natural selection on a leaf-shape polymorphism in the Ivyleaf Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea). Evolution 62: 1978-1990.
  3. Brodo, I. M., Culberson, W. L., and Culberson, C. F. 2008. Haematomma (Lecanoraceae) in North and Central America, Including the West Indies. The Bryologist 111: 363-423.
  4. Burge, D.O. and S.R. Manchester. 2008. Fruit morphology, fossil history, and biogeography of Paliuris (Rhamnaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 169: 1066-1085.
  5. Christenhusz, M.J.M. and T.K. Toivonen. 2008. Giants invading the tropics: the oriental vessel fern, Angiopteris evecta (Marattiaceae). Biological Invasions 10: 1215-1228.
  6. Christenhusz, M.J.M., H. Tuomisto, J.S. Metzgar, and K.M. Pryer. 2008. Evolutionary relationships within the Neotropical, eusporangiate fern genus Danaea (Marattiaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 46: 34-48.
  7. Cornejo, X. and H.H. Iltis. 2008. The reinstatement of Capparidastrum (Capparaceae). Harvard Papers in Botany 13: 229-236.
  8. Cornejo, X. and H.H. Iltis. 2008. Two new genera of Capparaceae: Sarcotoxicum and Mesocapparis stat. nov., and the reinstatement of Neocalyptrocalyx. Harvard Papers in Botany 13: 103-116.
  9. Croat, T.B. 2008. Validation of the name Anthurium loretense (Araceae). Novon 18: 144.
  10. Daniel, T.F., L.A. McDade, M. Manktelow, and C.A. Kiel. 2008. The “Tetramerium Lineage” (Acanthaceae: Acanthoideae: Justicieae): Delimitation and intra-lineage relationships based on cp and nrlTS sequence data. Systematic Botany 33: 416-436.
  11. Daniell, H. K.J. Wurdack, A. Kanagaraj, S.-B. Lee, C. Saski, and R.K. Jansen. 2008. The complete nucleotide sequence of the cassava (Manihot esculenta) chlroplast genome and the evolution of atpF in Malpighiales: RNA editing and multiple losses of a group II intron. Theoretical Applied Genetics 116: 723-737.
  12. Davis, E. C. & A. J. Shaw. 2008. Biogeographic and phylogenetic patterns in diversity of liverwort-associated endophytes, American Journal of Botany 95:914-924.
  13. Downie, S. R., D. S. Katz-Downie, F.-J. Sun, and C.-S. Lee. 2008. Phylogeny and biogeography of Apiaceae tribe Oenantheae inferred from nuclear rDNA ITS and cpDNA psbl-5’trnK (uuu) sequences, with emphasis on the North American endemics clade. Botany 86: 1039-1064.
  14. Feist, M.A.E. and S.R. Downie. 2008. A phylogenetic study of Oxypolis and Ptilimnium (Apiaceae) based on nuclear rDNA ITS sequences. Systematic Botany 33: 447-458.
  15. Fryday, A. M. 2008. The genus Fuscidea (Fuscideaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in North America. The Lichenologist 40: 295-328.
  16. Gaya, E., Navarro-Rosinés, P., Llimona, X., Hladun, N., and Lutzoni, F. 2008. Phylogenetic reassessment of the Teloschistaceae (lichen-forming Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes). Mycological Research 112:528-546.
  17. Hodkinson, B. P., and Case, M. A. 2008. A lichen survey of Williamsburg, Virginia. Banisteria 31: 24-30.
  18. Hutsenmékers, V., A. M. Risterucci, M. Ricca, S. Boles, O.J. Hardy, A.J. Shaw, & A. Vanderpoorten. 2008. Identification and characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci in the aquatic moss Platyhypnidium riparioides (Brachytheciaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 1120-1132.
  19. Jaramillo, M.A., R. Callejas, C. Davidson, J.F. Smith, A.C. Stevens, and E.J. Tepe. 2008. A phylogeny of the tropical genus Piper using ITS and the chloroplast intron psbJ–petA. Systematic Botany 33: 647-660.
  20. Jaramillo, M.A., R. Callejas, Christopher Davidson, J.F. Smith, A.C. Stevens, and E.J. Tepe. 2008. A phylogeny of the tropical genus Piper using ITS and the chloroplast intron psbJ-petA. Systematic Botany 33: 647-660.
  21. Karlin, E.F. S. B. Boles, & A. J. Shaw. 2008. Systematics of Sphagnum section Sphagnum in New Zealand: a microsatellite-based analysis. New Zealand Journal of Botany 46:105-118.
  22. Karlin, E.F., S. B. Boles, & A. J. Shaw. 2008. Resolving boundaries between species in Sphagnum section Subsecunda using microsatellite markers. Taxon 57:1189-1200.
  23. Kline, G.J. and P.D. Sorensen. 2008. A revision of Agrimonia (Rosaceae) in North and Central America. Brittonia 60: 11-33.
  24. Knudsen, K., Elix, J. A., and Reeb, V. 2008. A preliminary study of the genera Acarospora and Pleopsidium in South America. Opuscula Philolichenum 5: 1-22.
  25. Kreier, H.-P., M. Rex, K. Weising, M. Kessler, A.R. Smith, and H. Schneider. 2008. Inferring the diversification of the epiphytic fern genus Serpocaulon (Polypodiaceae) in South America using chloroplast sequences and amplified fragment length polymorphisms. Plant Systematics and Evolution 274: 1-16.
  26. Krings, A. 2008. Synopsis of Gonolobus S. L. (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in the United States and its territories, including lectotypification of Lachnostoma arizonicum. Harvard Papers in Botany 13: 209-218.
  27. Krings, A., D.T. Thomas, Q. Xiang. 2008. On the generic circumscription of Gonolobus (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae): evidence from molecules and morphology. Systematic Botany 33: 403-415.
  28. Manos, P.S., C.H. Cannon, and S.-H. Oh. 2008. Phylogenetic relationships and taxonomic status of the Paleoendemic Fagaceae of western North America: recognition of a new genus, Notholithocarpus. Madrono 55: 181-190.
  29. Mass-Van de Kramer and P.J.M. Maas. 2008. The Cannaceae of the world. Blumea 53: 247-318.
  30. McDade, L.A., T.F. Daniel, and C.A. Kiel. 2008. Toward a comprehensive understanding of phylogenetic relationships among lineages of Acanthaceae s.l. (Lamiales). American Journal of Botany 95: 1136-1152.
  31. McDaniel, S. F., J. H. Willis, & A. J. Shaw. 2008. The genetic basis of developmental abnormalities in interpopulation hybrids of the moss Ceratodon purpureus. Genetics 179: 1425–1435.
  32. Metzgar, J.S., J.E. Skog, E.A. Zimmer, and K.M. Pryer. 2008. The paraphyly of Osmunda is confirmed by phylogenetic analyses of seven plastid loci. Systematic Botany 33: 31-36.
  33. Nagalingum, N.S., M.D. Nowak, and K.M. Pryer. 2008. Assessing phylogenetic relationships in extant heterosporous ferns (Salviniales), with a focus on Pilularia and Salvinia. Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society 157: 673-685.
  34. Olmstead, R.G., L. Bohs, H.A. Migid, E. Santagio-Valentin, V.F. Garcia, and S. M. Collier. 2008. A molecular phylogeny of the Solanaceae. Taxon 57: 1159-1181.
  35. Oyama, R.K. M.J. Clauss, N. Formanovam J. Kroymann, K.J. Schmid, Heiko Vogel, K. Weniger, A.J. Windsor, and T. Mitchell-Olds. 2008. The shrunken genome of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Systematics and Evolution 273: 257-271.
  36. Palacios-Duque, J.L. Fernandez-Alonos. 2008. Novedades Colologicas en el genero Sloanes L. (Elaeocarpaceae) Para Columbia. Partee II. Investigacoin, Biodiversidad y Desarrollo 27: 19-25.
  37. Perlmutter, G. B. 2008. The lichen biota of Mason Farm Biological Reserve, North Carolina. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 124: 82-90.
  38. Poindexter, D.B. and Z.E. Murrell. 2008. Vascular flora of Mount Jefferson State Natural Area and environs, Ashe County, North Carolina. Castanea 73: 283-327.
  39. Pressel S, Ligrone R, Duckett JG, Davis EC. 2008. A novel ascomycetous endophytic association in the rhizoids of the leafy liverwort family Schistochilaceae (Jungermanniidae, Hepaticopsida). American Journal of Botany 85:531-541.
  40. Ricca, M., F. W. Beecher, S. B. Boles, E. Temsch, J. Greilhuber, E. F. Karlin, & A. J. Shaw. 2008. Cytotype variation and allopolyploidy in North American species of the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae). American Journal of Botany 95:1-16.
  41. Rothfels, C.J., M.D. Windham, A.L. Grusz, G.J. Gastony, and K.M. Pryer. 2008. Toward a monophyletic Notholaena (Pteridaceae): Resolving patterns of evolutionary convergence in xeric-adapted ferns. Taxon 57: 712-724.
  42. Savic, S., Tibell, L., Gueidan, C., and Lutzoni, F. 2008. Molecular phylogeny and systematics of Polyblastia (Verrucariaceae, Eurotiomycetes) and allied genera. Mycological Research 112:1307-1318.
  43. Schneider, C.W. and C.E. Lane. 2008. Notes on the marine algae of the Bermudas. 9. The genus Botryocladia (Rhodophyta, Rhodymeniaceae), including B. bermudana, B. exquisita, and B. flookii spp. nov. Phycologia 47: 614-629.
  44. Schuettpelz, E., A.L. Grusz, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer. 2008. The utility of nuclear gapCp in resolving polyploid fern origins. Systematic Botany 33: 621-629.
  45. Senterre, B. and G. Castillo-Campos. 2008. New reports of three species of Campanulaceae for Veracruz, Mexico, with comments on similar species. Rhodora 110: 210-216.
  46. Shaw, A. J., I. Holz, C. J. Cox, & B. Goffinet. 2008. Phylogeny, character evolution, and biogeography of the gondwanic moss family Hypopterygiaceae (Bryophyta). Systematic Botany 33:21-30.
  47. Shaw, A. J., L. Pokorny, B. Shaw, M. Ricca, S. Boles, & P. Szövényi. 2008. Genetic structure and genealogy in the Sphagnum subsecundum complex (Sphagnaceae: Bryophyta). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49:304-317.
  48. Shaw, A. J., R. E. Andrus, & B. Shaw. 2008. Sphagnum beringiense sp. nov. (Bryophyta) from arctic Alaska, based on morphological and molecular data. Systematic Botany 33:469-477.
  49. Shaw, A.J., S. B. Boles, & B. Shaw. 2008. A phylogenetic delineation of the “Sphagnum subsecundum complex” (Bryophyta). American Journal of Botany 95:731-744.
  50. Shaw, A.J., T. Cao, L-S. Wang, K. I. Flatberg, B. Flatberg, B. Shaw, P. Zhou, S. B. Boles, & S.B., Terraccino, S. 2008. Genetic variation in three Chinese peat mosses (Sphagnum) based on microsatellite markers, with primer information and analysis of ascertainment bias. Bryologist 111:271-281.
  51. Shevock, James R., Daniel H. Norris, and A. J. Shaw. 2008. Identification, Distribution, and Family Placement of the Pleurocarpous Moss Bestia longipes. Madrono 55 4:291-296
  52. Smith, T.W. and M.J. Waterway. 2008. Evaluating the taxonomic status of the globally rare Carex roanensis and allied species using morphology and amplified fragment length polymorphisms. Systematic Botany 33: 525-535.
  53. Szövényi, P., S. Terracciano, M. Ricca, & A. J. Shaw. 2008. Recent divergence, intercontinental dispersal and shared polymorphisms are shaping the genetic structure of amphi-Atlantic peatmoss populations. Mol. Ecol. 17:5364-5377.
  54. Tripp, E.A. and P.S. Manos. 2008. Is floral specialization an evolutionary dead-end? Pollination system transitions in Ruellia (Acanthaceae). Evolution 62: 1712-1737.
  55. Tucker, G.C. 2008. Cyperus alvesii (Cyperaceae), a new species from northeastern Brazil. Harvard Papers in Botany 13: 237-240.
  56. Vanderpoorten, A., N. Devos, B. Goffinet, O. J. Hardy, & A. J. Shaw. 2008. The barriers to oceanic radiation in bryophytes: insights from the phylogeography of the moss Grimmia montana. Journal of Biogeography 35:654–663.
  57. Wilbur, R.L. and M. Ho. 2008. In defense of the binomial Quercus elliottii (Fagaceae) for the running oak of the southeastern United States. Rhodora 110: 479-483.
  58. Wilbur, R.L. & J.L. Luteyn.  2008.  A synopsis of the Mexican and Central American species of Vaccinium (Ericaceae).  Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 2: 207-241.
  59. Willson, C.J., Manos, P.S., and Jackson, R.B. 2008. Hydraulic traits are influenced by phylogenetic history in the drought-resistant, invasive genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae). American Journal of Botany 95: 299-314.

2007

  1. Al-Shehbaz, I.A. and M.D. Windham. 2007. New or noteworthy North American Draba (Brassicaceae). Harvard Papers in Botany 12: 409-419.
  2. Allen, Bruce and Robert E. Magill. 2007. A revision of Orthostichella (Neckeraceae). The Bryologist 110 1:1-45.
  3. Andrus Richard E. 2007. Sphagnum atlanticum, a new species from eastern North America. The Bryologist 110 2: 274-278.
  4. Andrus Richard E. 2007. Sphagnum oregonense sp. nov. from western North America. The Bryologist 110 1:123-125.
  5. Argus, G.W. 2007. Salix (Salicaceae) distribution maps and a synopsis of their classification in North America, North of Mexico. Harvard Papers in Botany 12: 335-368.
  6. Austin, D.F. 2007. Merremia dissecta (Convolvulaceae): Condiment, medicine, ornamental, and weed—A review. Economic Botany 61: 109-120.
  7. Awasthi, D.D. 2007. A compendium of the macrolichens from India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun.
  8. Carlsen, M.M. and T.B. Croat. 2007. Taxonomic revision of Anthurium section Semaeophyllium Schott (Araceae). Harvard Papers in Botany 12: 173-234.
  9. Case, M.A., K.M. Flinn, J. Jancaitis, A. Alley, and A. Paxton. 2007. Declining abundance of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) documented by herbarium specimens. Biological Conservation 134: 20-30.
  10. Dalen, J.L. and G.W. Saunders. 2007. A review of the red algal genus Leptofauchea (Faucheaceae, Rhodymeniales) including a description of L. chiloensis sp. nov. Phycologia 46: 198-213.
  11. Divakar, P. K., Amo de Paz, G., Del Prado, R., Esslinger, T. L., and Crespo, A. 2007. Upper cortex anatomy corroborates phylogenetic hypothesis in species of Physconia (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes). Mycological Research 111: 1311-1320.
  12. Douglas, N.A. and P.S. Manos. 2007. Molecular phylogeny of Nyctaginaceae: taxonomy, biogeography, and characters associated with a radiation of xerophytic genera in North America. American Journal of Botany 94: 856-872.
  13. Esslinger, T. L. 2007. A synopsis of the North American species of Anaptychia (Physciaceae). The Bryologist 110: 788-797.
  14. Goffinet, B., N. J. Wickett, O. Werner, R. M. Ros, C. J. Cox, & A. J. Shaw. 2007. Distribution and phylogenetic significance of the 71-kb Inversion in the plastid genome in Funariidae (Bryophyta). Annals of Botany 99:747 - 753.
  15. Grant, J.R. 2007. De Macrocarpaeae Grisebach (Ex Gentianaceis) Speciebus Novis VII: four new species and two natural hybrids. Harvard Papers in Botany 11:129-139.
  16. Gueidan, C., Roux, C., and Lutzoni, F. 2007. Using a multigene phylogenetic analysis to assess generic delineation and character evolution in Verrucariaceae (Eurotiomycetes, Ascomycota). Mycological Research 111:1145-1168.
  17. Gunnarsson, U., M. Lönn, & A. J. Shaw. 2007. Local-scale genetic structure in the peatmoss, Sphagnum fuscum. Molecular Ecology 16:305-312.
  18. Hibbett, D. S., Binder, M., Bischoff, J. F., Blackwell, M., Cannon, P. F., Eriksson, O., Huhndorf, S., James, T., Kirk, P. M., Lücking, R., Lumbsch, T., Lutzoni, F., Matheny, P. B., McLaughlin, D. J., Powell, M. J., Redhead, S., Schoch, C. L., Spatafora, J. W., Stalpers, J. A., Vilgalys, R., Aime, M. C., Aptroot, A., Bauer, R., Begerow, D., Benny, G. L., Castlebury, L. A., Crous, P. W., Dai, Y.-C., Gams, W., Geiser, D. M., Griffith, G. W., Gueidan, C., Hawksworth, D. L., Hestmark, G., Hosaka, K., Humber, R. A., Hyde, K., Koljalg, U., Kurtzman, C. P., Larsson, K.-H., Lichtward, R., Longcore, J., Miadlikowska, J., Miller, A., Monclavo, J.-M., Mozley-Standridge, S., Oberwinkler, F., Parmasto, E., Reeb, V., Rogers, J. D., Roux, C., Ryvarden, L., Sampaio, J. P., Schuessler, A., Sugiyama, J., Thorn, R. G., Tibell, L., Untereiner, W. A., Walker, C., Wang, Z., Weir, A., Weiss, M., White, M., Winka, K., Yao, Y.-J., and Zhang, N. 2007. A higher-level phylogenetic classification of the Fungi. Mycological Research 111: 509-547.
  19. Higgins, K. L., Arnold, A. E., Miadlikowska, J. M., Sarvate, S. D., and Lutzoni, F. 2007. Phylogenetic relationships, host affinity, and geographic structure of boreal and arctic endophytes from three major plant lineages. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 42: 543-555.
  20. Hofstetter, V., Miadlikowska, J., Kauff, F., and Lutzoni, F. 2007. Phylogenetic comparison of protein-coding versus ribosomal RNA-coding sequence data: A case study of the Lecanoromycetes (Ascomycota). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44:412-426.
  21. Iltis, H.H. and X. Cornejo. 2007. Studies in the Capparaceae XXXII: A New combination in Quadrella. Novon 17: 452-453.
  22. Kauff, F., Cox, C., and Lutzoni, F. 2007. WASABI: An Automated Sequence Processing System for Multi-Gene Phylogenies. Systematic Biology 56: 523-531.
  23. Kirkpatrick, R.E.B. 2007. Investigating the monophyly of Pellaea (Pteridaceae) in the context of a phylogenetic analysis of cheilanthoid ferns. Systematic Botany 32: 504-518.
  24. Korall, P., D.S. Conant, J.S. Metzgar, H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer. 2007. A molecular phylogeny of scaly tree ferns (Cyatheaceae). American Journal of Botany 94: 873-886.
  25. Krings, A. 2007. Novelties in Gonolobus (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) from the Lesser Antilles. Systematic Botany 32: 180-194.
  26. Krings, A. and A.C. Saville. 2007. Two new species and three lectotypifications in the Ibatia-Matelea complex (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) from northern South America. Systematic Botany 32: 862-871.
  27. Kwok Leung Yip, Paul Wilson, David Toren and Ken M. Kellman. 2007. Pleuridium mexicanum (Ditrichaceae) new to the U.S.A. from California. The Bryologist 110 3: 510-513.
  28. Lammers, T.G. 2007. Revision of Lobelia sect. Galeatella (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae). Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 1: 789-810.
  29. Lamont, E.E. and R. Stalter. 2007. Orchids of Atlantic Coast Barrier Islands from North Carolina to New York. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134: 540-551.
  30. LeBlond, R.J., E.E. Schilling, R.D. Porcher, B.A. Sorrie, J.F. Townsend, P.D. McMillan, and A.S. Weakley. 2007. Eupatorium paludicola (Asteraceae): a new species from the coastal plain of North and South Carolina. Rhodora 109: 137-144.
  31. Lendemer, J. C., Harris, R. S., and Tripp, E. A. 2007. Heterodermia neglecta (Physciaceae), a new lichen species from eastern North America. The Bryologist 110: 490-493.
  32. Maas, P.J.M., L.Y.Th. Westra, and M. Vermeer. 2007. Revision of the neotropical genera Bocageopsis, Onychopetalum, and Unonopsis (Annonaceae). Blumea 52: 413-554.
  33. MacRoberts, M.H. and B.R. MacRoberts. 2007. Eryngium heterophyllum (Apiaceae) and Eriocaulon lineare (Eriocaulaceae) deleted from the Louisiana flora. Phytologia 89: 284-28.
  34. Manos, P.S., P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, S.R. Manchester, S.-H. Oh, C.D. Bell, D.L. Dilcher, and D.E. Stone. 2007. Phylogeny of extant and fossil Juglandaceae inferred from the integration of molecular and morphological data sets. Systematic Biology 56:412-430.
  35. Mavrodiev, E.V., P.S. Soltis, M.A. Gitzendanner, R.M. Baldini, and D.E. Soltis. 2007. Polyphyly of Tragopogon porrifolius L. (Asteraceae), a European native with intercontinental disjuncts. International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 889-904.
  36. McDade, L.A. and E. Tripp. 2007. A synopsis of Costa Rican Ruellia (Acanthaceae) with descriptions of four new species. Brittonia 59: 199-216.
  37. McDaniel, S. F., J. F. Willis, and A. J. Shaw. 2007. A linkage map reveals a complex basis for segregation distortion in an interpopulation cross in the moss Ceratodon purpureus. Genetics 176:2489-2500.
  38. Mendoza-González, A.C., L.E. Mateo-Cid, and R.B. Searles. 2007. Yucatán seaweeds from the offshore waters of Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Botanica Marina 50: 280-287.
  39. Metzgar, J.S., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer. 2007. Phylogeny and divergence time estimates for the fern genus Azolla (Salviniaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 1045-1053.
  40. Nagalingum, N.S., H. Schneider, and K.M. Pryer. 2007. Molecular phylogenetic relationships and morphological evolution in the heterosporous fern genus Marsilea. Systematic Botany 32: 16-25.
  41. Paz-Bermúdez, G., and López de Silanes, E. 2007. The identity of two lichen species described from Portugal by J. Harmand. The Bryologist 110: 119-122.
  42. Pool, A. 2007. A review of the genus Distictis (Bignoniaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 94: 791-820.
  43. Printzen, C., and Tønsberg, T. 2007. Bacidia lobarica (Bacidiaceae, Lecanorales) sp. nov., a sorediate lichen from the southeastern U.S.A. The Bryologist 110: 487-489.
  44. Reeb, V., Haugen, P., Bhattacharya, D. and Lutzoni, F. 2007. Evolution of Pleopsidium (lichenized Ascomycota) S943 group I introns and the phylogeography of an intron-encoded putative homing endonuclease. Journal of Molecular Evolution 64:285-298.
  45. Reese Naesborg, R., Ekman, S., and Tibell, L. 2007. Molecular phylogeny of the genus Lecania (Ramalinaceae, lichenized ascomycota). Mycoloogical Research 111: 581-591.
  46. Renzaglia, K. S., S. Schuette, R. J. Duff, R. Ligrone, A. J. Shaw, B. D. Mishler, & J. G. Duckett. 2007. Bryophyte phylogeny: advancing the molecular and morphological frontiers. Bryologist 110:179-213.
  47. Schneider, C.W. and C.E. Lane. 2007. Notes on the marine algae of the Bermudas. 8. Further additions to the flora including Griffithsia aestivana sp. nov. (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta) and an update on the alien Cystoseira compressa (Sargassaceae, Heterokontophyta). Botanica Marina 50: 128-140.
  48. Schuettpelz, E. and K.M. Pryer. 2007. Fern phylogeny inferred from 400 leptosporangiate species and three plastid genes. Taxon 56: 1037- 1050.
  49. Schuettpelz, E., H. Schneider, L. Huiet, M.D. Windham, and K.M. Pryer. 2007. A molecular phylogeny of the fern family Pteridaceae: assessing overall relationships and the affinities of previously unsampled genera. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44: 1172-1185.
  50. Stauffer, F.W., Stauffer, L. Duno de Stafano, R. 2007. Tipos de monocotyledonae depositados en el Herbario nacionalde venezuela (ven). Acta Botánica Venezuelica 30: 43-97.
  51. Tory A. Hendry, Bin Wang, Ya Yang, E. Christine Davis, John E. Braggins, Rudolf M. Schuster, and Yin-Long Qiu. 2007. Evaluating phylogenetic positions of four liverworts from New Zealand, Neogrollea notabilis, Jackiella curvata, Goebelobryum unguiculatum and Herzogianthus vaginatus, using three chloroplast genes. The Bryologist 110 4: 738-751
  52. Tripp, E.A. 2007. Evolutionary relationships within the species-rich genus Ruellia (Acanthaceae). Systematic Botany 32: 628-649.
  53. Weakley, A.S. 2007. Flora of the Carolinas, Virginia, Georgia, and surrounding areas. Working draft of 11 January 2007. Online at http://herbarium.unc.edu/FloraArchives/WeakleyFlora_2007-Jan.pdf.
  54. Wetmore, C. M. 2007. Notes on Caloplaca cerina (Teloschistaceae) in North and Central America. The Bryologist 110: 798-807.
  55. Windham, M.D. and I.A. Al-Shebaz. 2007. New and noteworthy species of Boechera (Brassicaceae) II: Apomictic hybrids. Harvard Papers in Botany 11: 257-274.
  56. Zhou, P. & J. Shaw. 2007. Systematics and population genetics of Sphagnum macrophyllum and S. cribrosum (Sphagnaceae). Systematic Botany 32:493-503.

2006

 

  1. Alford, M.H. 2006. A new species of Hasseltia (Salicaceae) from Costa Rica and Panama. Brittonia 58: 277-284.
  2. Alford, M.H. 2006. A taxonomic revision of the Andean genus Pineda (Salicaceae). Kew Bulletin 61: 205-214.
  3. Andrus, R.E. 2006. Six new species of Sphagnum (Bryophyta: Sphagnaceae) from North America. Sida 22(2): 959-972.
  4. Barker, M.S. and J. Hickey. 2006. Taxonomic revision of Caribbean Adiantopsis (Pteridaceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 93: 371-401.
  5. Barney, J.N. 2006. North American history of two invasive plant species: phytogeographic distribution, dispersal vectors, and multiple introductions. Biological Invasions 8: 703-717.
  6. Brunton, D.F. and D.M. Britton. 2006. Isoetes × novae-angliae (Isoetaceae), an additional hybrid quillwort from New England. Rhodora 108: 228-241.
  7. Brunton, D.F. and D.M. Britton. 2006. Isoetes melanopoda spp. silvatica (subsp. nov.) a new Quillwort (Isoetaceae) from Eastern North America. Castanea 71: 15-30.
  8. Buryova [Shaw] B. & Hradilek Z. 2006. Clonal structure, habitat age, and conservation value of the moss Philonotis marchica in Kotouc quarry (Czech Republic). Cryptogamie Bryologie, 27(3): 375-382.
  9. Christenhusz, M.J.M. 2006. Three new species of Danaea (Marattiaceae) from French Guiana and the Lesser Antillies. Annales Botanici Fennici 43: 212-219.
  10. 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: 1625-1633.
  11. Croat, T.B., D.C. Bay, and E.D. Yates. 2006. New taxa of Anthurium (Araceae) from the Bajo Calima Region (Valle, Choco), Columbia and Ecuador. Novon 16: 25-50.
  12. de Roon, A.C., and D. Giraldo-Cañas. 2006. Contributions toward a monograph of Norantea complex (Marcgraviaceae, Ericales): Validation of four new species for Marcgraviastrum. Caldasia 28: 15-22.
  13. Erkens, R.H.J. P.J.M. Maas, L.W. Chatrou, G.E. Schatz, and N. Zamora. 2006. Seven taxonomic discoveries in Annonaceae from southeastern Central America. Blumea 51: 199-220.
  14. Forrest, Laura L., E. Christine Davis, David G. Long, Barbara J. Crandall-Stotler, Alexandra Clark, and Michelle L. Hollingsworth. 2006. Unraveling the evolutionary history of the liverworts (Marchantiophyta): multiple taxa, genomes and analyses. The Bryologist 109(3): 303-334
  15. Freshwater, D.W., F. Montgomery, J.K. Greene, R.M. Hamner, Melissa Williams, and P.E. Whitfeld. 2006. Distribution and identification of an invasive Gracilaria species that is hampering commercial fishing operations in southeastern North Carolina, USA. Biological Invasions 8: 631-637.
  16. Gallego, M. Teresa, María J. Cano, J. Guerra. 2006. Syntrichia ammonsiana (Pottiaceae), new to South America. The Bryologist 109(2): 236-238.
  17. Geiser, D. M., Gueidan, C., Miadlikowska, J., Lutzoni, F., Kauff, F., Hofstetter, V., Fraker, E., Schoch, C. L., Tibell, L., Untereiner, W. A., Aptroot, A. 2006. Eurotiomycetes: Eurotiomycetidae and Chaetothyriomycetidae. Mycologia 98:1053-1064.
  18. Grayum, M.H. 2006. The identity and typification of Guarea hoffmanniana C. DC. (Meliaceae). Taxon 55: 1005-1008.
  19. Hammel, B.E. 2006. Three new species of Marcgraviaceae from Costa Rica, with references to related species and notes on the generic placement of Schwartzia jimenezii. Lankesteriana 6: 73-81.
  20. Hansen, A.K., L.E. Gilbert, B.B. Simpson, S.R. Downie, A.C. Cervi, and R.K. Jansen. 2006. Phylogenetic relationships and chromosome number evolution in Passiflora. Systematic Botany 31: 138-150.
  21. Hennequin, S. A. Ebihara, M. Ito, K. Iwatsuki, and J.-Y. Dubuisson. 2006. New insights into the phylogeny of the genus Hymenophyllum s.l. (Hymenophyllaceae): revealing the polyphyly of Mecodium. Systematic Botany 31: 271-284.
  22. Hofstetter, V., Miadlikowska, J., Kauff, F., and Lutzoni, F. 2006. Phylogenetic comparison of protein-coding versus ribosomal RNA-coding sequence data: A case study of the Lecanoromycetes (Ascomycota). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44: 412-426.
  23. Islam, M.B. and M.P. Simmons. 2006. A thorny dilemma: Testing alternative intrageneric classifications within Ziziphus (Rhamnaceae). Systematic Botany 31: 826-842.
  24. James, T. Y., Kauff, F., Schoch, C., Brandon Matheny, P., Hofstetter, V., Cox, C. J., Celio, G., Gueidan,C., Fraker, E., Miadlikowska, J., Lumbsch, T., Rauhut, A., Reeb, V., Arnold, A. E., Amtoft, A., Stajich, J. E., Hosaka, K., Sung, G-H., Johnson, D., O’Rourke, B., Binder, M., Curtis, J. M., Slot, J. C., Wang, Z., Wilson, A. W., Schüßler, A., Longcore, J. E., O’Donnell, K., Mozley-Standridge, S., Porter, D., Letcher, P. M., Powell, M. J., Taylor, J. W., White, M. M., Griffith, G. W., Davies, D. R., Sugiyama, J., Rossman, A. Y., Rogers, J. D., Pfister, D. H., Hewitt, D., Hansen, K., Hambleton, S., Shoemaker, R. A., Kohlmeyer, J., Volkmann-Kohlmeyer, B., Spotts, R. A., Serdani, M., Crous, P. W., Hughes, K. W., Matsuura, K., Langer, E., Langer, G., Untereiner, W. A., Lücking, R., Büdel, B., Geiser, D. M., Aptroot, A., Buck, W. R., Cole, M. S., Diederich, P., Printzen, C., Schmitt, I., Schultz, M., Yahr, R., Zavarzin, A., Hibbett, D. S., Lutzoni, F., McLaughlin, D. J., Spatafora, J. W., and Vilgalys, R. 2006. Reconstructing the early evolution of the fungi using a six-gene phylogeny. Nature 443: 818-822.
  25. Karlin Eric F. Update on the distribution and ecology of Sphagnum portoricense. 2006. The Bryologist 109(4): 541-550.
  26. Kelly, L.M. and F. Almeda. 2006. Symplocos pachycarpa (Symplocaceae), a new species from southern Mexico. Brittonia 58: 318-321.
  27. 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: 683-694.
  28. Korall, P., D.S. Conant, H. Schneider, K. Ueda, H. Nishida, and K.M. Pryer. 2006. On the phylogenetic position of Cystodium: it’s not a tree fern – it's a polypod! American Fern Journal 96: 45-53.
  29. Krings, A. 2006. Distribution and phenology of Gonolobus suberosus (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadooidead) and its varieties in North America. Vulpia 5: 23-40.
  30. Krings, A. and P.R. Fantz. 2006. Notes on types in Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae in Cuban herbaria and four lectotypications in West Indian Gonolobinae. Sida 22: 533-537.
  31. Krings, A. and R.J. Richardson. 2006. Cayratia japonica (Vitaceae) new to NC and an updated key to the genera of Vitaceae in the Carolinas. Sida 22: 813-815.
  32. Lindstrom, S.C. 2006. Biogeography of Alaskan seaweeds. Journal of Applied Phycology 18: 637-641.
  33. MacDougal, J.M. 2006. Passiflora sandrae (Passifloraceae), a new species from Panama. Novon 16: 85-88.
  34. McMillian, P.D., G. Wyatt, and R. Morris. 2006. The Begonia of Veracruz: additions and revisions. Acta Botanica Mexicana 75: 77-99.
  35. Mendoza-Gonzalez, A.C., L.E. Mateo-Cid, and R.B. Searles. 2006. A checklist and seasonal account of the deepwater Rhodophyta around Cozumel Island on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. Carib. J. Sci. 42: 39-52.
  36. Miadlikowska, J., Kauff, F., Hofstetter, V., Fraker, E., Grube, M., Hafellner, J., Reeb, V., Hodkinson, B. P., Kukwa, M., Lücking, R., Hestmark, G., Garcia Otalora, M., Rauhut, A., Büdel, B., Scheidegger, C., Timdal, E., Stenroos, S., Brodo, I., Perlmutter, G., Ertz, D., Diederich, P., Lendemer, J. C., May, P., Schoch, C. L., Arnold, A. E., Gueidan, C., Tripp, E., Yahr, R., Robertson, C., Lutzoni, F. 2006. New insights into classification and evolution of the Lecanoromycetes (Pezizomycotina, Ascomycota) from phylogenetic analyses of three ribosomal RNA- and two protein-coding genes. Mycologia 98:1088-1103.
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  40. Oh, S.-H. 2006. Description and phylogenetic position of a new angiosperm family, Guamatelaceae, inferred from chloroplast rbcL, atpB, and matK sequences. Systematic Botany 31: 730-738.
  41. Oh, S.-H. 2006. Neillia includes Stephanandra (Rosaceae). Novon 16: 91-95.
  42. Perlmeutter, G. B. 2006. Flakea papillata in North America. The Bryologist 109: 566-569.
  43. Perlmutter, G. B. 2006. Lichen Inventory of the North Carolina Piedmont. Castanea 71: 282-294.
  44. Phipps, J.B. and K. Dvorsky. 2006. Crataegus series Parvifoliae and its putative hybrids in the SE U.S. Sida 22: 423-445.
  45. Prince, L.M. and W.J. Kress. 2006. Phylogenetic relationships and classification in Marantaceae: insights from plastid sequence data. Taxon 55: 281-296.
  46. Rodriguez, A. and J.F. Morales. 2006. El género Gonocalyx (Ericaceae) en Costa Rica, con una nueva especie. Novon 16: 263-266.
  47. Schuettpelz, E. and S.B. Hoot 2006. Inferring the root of Isoëtes: exploring alternative in the absence of an acceptable outgroup. Systematic Botany 31: 258-270.
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  49. Shaw, J. A revision of the moss genus Pohlia Hedw. (Mniaceae) in Australia. 2006. Systematic Botany 31:247-257.
  50. Smith, T.W., J.T. Donaldson, T.F. Wieboldt, G.L. Kauffman, M.J. Waterway. 2006. The geographic and ecological distribution of the Roan Mountain sedge, Carex roanensis (Cyperaceae). Castanea 71: 45-53.
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  53. Tripp, E.A. and K. G. Dexter. 2006. Sabal minor (Arecaceae): a new northern record of palms in eastern North America. Castanea 71:172-177.
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2005 

  1. Allegrucci, N., M.C. Cazau, M.N. Cabello, and A.M. Arambarri. 2005. Análisis de las comunidades de microhongos de la hojarasca de Scutia buxifolia (Rhamnaceae) en el este de la provincia de Bueno Aires, Argentina. Darwiniana 43: 1-9.
  2. Almeda, F. 2005. New taxa and new combinations in some Mexican and Central American Melastomaceae. Novon 15: 503-518.
  3. Atwood, John. 2005. The Distribution of Buxbaumia minakatae in Pennsylvania and the Lectotypification of B. subcylindrica. The Bryologist 108(4): 518-519.
  4. Bennett, B.C., and M.J. Balick. 2008. Phytomedicine 101: Plant taxonomy for preclinical and clinical medicinal plant researchers. Journal of the Society for Integrative Oncology 6: 150-157.
  5. Buryova [Shaw] B. & Shaw A.J. 2005. Phenotypic plasticity in Philonotis fontana (Bryopsida: Bartramiaceae). Journal of Bryology 27:12-23.
  6. Buryová [Shaw], B. & A. J. Shaw, Phenotypic plasticity in Philonotis fontana (Bryopsida: Bartramiaceae), Journal of Bryology, vol. 27 (2005), pp. 13-22.
  7. Croat, T.B. and A. Aceby. 2005. New species of Araceae from Bolivia and the tropical Andes. Novon 15: 80-103.
  8. Egan, R. S., Harms, R., and Widhelm, T. 2005. Studies on the Lichen Parmotrema rigidum s. lat. from North and South America. The Bryologist 108: 402-405.
  9. Fantz, P.R. 2005. Distribution of Clitoria (Leguminosae: Phaseoleae: Clitioriinae) in the flora Mesoamericana area. Vulpia 4: 42-51.
  10. Feng, Y., S.-H. Oh, and P.S. Manos 2005. Phylogeny and historical biogeography of the genus Platanus as inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA. Systematic Botany 30: 786-799.
  11. Fryday, A. M. 2005. Nimisia deusta, the correct name for N. fuegiae, with additional notes on morphology, chemical composition, and distribution. The Lichenologist 37: 313-319.
  12. Glavich, D. A., Geiser, L. H., and Mikulin, A.G. 2005. The Distribution of Some Rare Coastal Lichens in the Pacific Northwest and their Association with Late-seral and Federally-protected Forests. The Bryologist 108: 241-254.
  13. Goffinet, B., N. J. Wickett, A. J. Shaw, & C. J. Cox. 2005. Phylogenetic significance of the rpoA loss in the chloroplast genome of mosses. Taxon 54:353-360.
  14. Haefner, K.D. and R.D. Bray. 2005. Taxonomic reassessment of North American granite outcrop Isoetes species with emphasis on vegetative morphology and I. piedmontana (Pfeiffer) Reed sensu lato. Castanea 70: 204-221.
  15. Jørgensen, P. M., and Tønsberg, T. 2005. Leioderma cherokeense (Pannariaceae, Lecanorales) sp. nov. from the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina, U.S.A. The Bryologist 108: 412-414.
  16. Korall, P., K.M. Pryer, J. Metzgar, H. Schneider, and D.S. Conant. 2005. Tree ferns: monophyletic groups and their relationships as revealed by four protein-coding plastid loci. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39: 830-845.
  17. Krings, A. 2005. A new combination in Matelea (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) for an endemic Jamaican vine. Sida 21: 1515-1517.
  18. Krings, A. 2005. A new species of Matelea (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) from Hispaniola. Sida 21: 1519-1523.
  19. Krings, A. and Q.-Y. Xiang. 2005. Taxonomy of the Gonolobis complex (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in the southeastern United States: ISSR evidence and parsimony analysis. Harvard Papers in Botany 10: 147-159.
  20. Krings, A., F.A. Berazain, and J.C. Lazcano Lara. 2005. New and rediscovered milkweeds from Cuba: Calotropis gigantean and Gonolobus stephanotrichus (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae). Willdenowia 35: 315-318.
  21. Lammers, T.G. 2005. Revision of Delissea (Campanulaceae – Lobelioideae). Systematic Botany Monographs 73: 1-75.
  22. Lamont, E.E. and S.M. Young. 2005. Juncus diffusissimus, an addition to the flora of New York, with notes on its recent spread in the United States. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132: 635-643.
  23. Luken, J.O. 2005. Habitats of Dionaea muscipula (Venus’ Fly Trap), Droseraceae, associated with Carolina Bays. Southeastern Naturalist 4: 573-584.
  24. Luteyn, J.L. and R.L. Wilbur. 2005. Flora Costaricensis. Family #172: Ericaceae. Fieldiana 45: 1-105.
  25. McDade, L.A., T.F. Daniel, C.A. Kiel, and K. Vollesen. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships among Acantheae (Acanthaceae): Major lineages present contrasting patterns of molecular evolution and morphological differentiation. Systematic Botany 30: 834-862.
  26. Morales, J. F. 2005. Nuevas especies de Weinmannia (Cunoniaceae) para Costa Rica y Colombia. Novon 15: 327-331.
  27. Morales, J.F. 2005. Estudios en las Apocynaceae Neotropicales XIX: La familia Apocynaceae s. str. (Apocynoideae, Rauvolfioideae) de Costa Rica. Darwiniana 43: 90-191.
  28. O’Brien, H., Miadlikowska, J., and Lutzoni, F. 2005. Assessing host specialization in symbiotic Cyanobacteria associated with four closely related species of the lichen fungus Peltigera. European Journal of Phycology 40:363-378.
  29. Otte, V., Esslinger, T. L., and Litterski, B. 2005. Global distribution of the European species of the lichen genus Melanelia Essl. Journal of Biogeography 32: 1221-1241.
  30. Peng, C.-I., C.L. Schmidt, P.C. Hoch, and P.H. Raven. 2005. Systematics and evolution of Ludwigia section Dantia (Onagraceae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 92: 307-359.
  31. Ryall, K., J. Whitton, W. B. Schofield, S. Ellis, & A. J. Shaw. 2005. Molecular phylogenetic study of interspecific variation in the moss Isothecium (Brachytheciaceae). Syst. Bot. 30:242-247.
  32. Schneider, C.W. and C.E. Lane. 2005. Notes on the marine algae of the Bermudas. 7. Additions to the flora including Chondracanthus saundersii sp. nov. (Rhodophyta, Gigartinaceae) based in rbcL sequence analysis.. Phycologia 44: 72-83.
  33. Shaw, A. J. & C. J. Cox. 2005, Variation in "biodiversity value" of peatmoss species in Sphagnum section Acutifolia (Sphagnaceae). American Journal of Botany, vol. 92 (2005), pp. 1774-1783.
  34. Shaw, A. J., C. J. Cox, & B. Goffinet. 2005. Global patterns of moss diversity: taxonomic and molecular inferences. Taxon 54:337-352.
  35. Shaw, A. J., C. J. Cox, & S. B. Boles. 2005. Phylogeny, species delimitation, and interspecific hybridization in Sphagnum section Acutifolia. Syst. Bot. 30:16-33.
  36. Shaw, A. J., I. Melosik, C. J. Cox, & S. B. Boles. 2005. Divergent and reticulate evolution in closely related species of Sphagnum section Subsecunda (Bryophyta). Bryologist 108:363-378.
  37. Shevock, J. R. & A. J. Shaw, Pohlia robertsonii and P. rabunbaldensis (Bryopsida, Mniaceae), two new species from the western and eastern United States. 2005. Bryologist 108:177-182.
  38. Sousa, M.S. 2005. Especies nuevas de Lonchocarpus (Mittettieae: Leguminosae) para Costa Rica y Panamá; lectotipificacíon de la sect. Densiflori Benth. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 76: 119-127.
  39. Thell, A., Randlane, T., Saag, A., and Kärnefelt, I. 2005. A new circumscription of the lichen genus Nephromopsis (Parmeliaceae, lichenized ascomycetes). Mycological Progress 4: 303-316.
  40. Werner, Olaf, Juan Antonio Jiménez, Rosa María Ros, María J. Cano, and Juan Guerra, Wendy B. Zomlefer. 2005. Preliminary Investigation of the Systematics of Didymodon (Pottiaceae, Musci) based on nrITS sequence data. Systematic Botany 30(3):461-470.
  41. Whitson, M. and P.S. Manos. 2005. Untangling Physalis (Solanaceae) from the Physaloides: a two-gene phylogeny of the Physalinae. Systematic Botany 30: 216-230.
  42. Wilbur, R.L. and J. Luteyn. 2005. Three previously undescribed species of Vaccinium (Ericaceae) from Costa Rica and Panama. Sida 21: 1607-1614.
  43. Wilbur, R.L. and M.K. Whitson. 2005. The identity of Riddell’s seven validly published but over-looked pteridophytic binomials. American Fern Journal 95: 160-170.
  44. Wurdack, K.J., P. Hoffmann, and M.W. Chase. 2005. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of uniovulate Euphorbiaceae (Euphorbiaceae sensu stricto) using plastid rbcL and trnL-F DNA sequences. American Journal of Botany 92: 1397-1420.
  45. Zangeri, A.R. and M. R. Berenbaum. 2005. Increase in toxicity of an invasive weed after reassociation with its coevolved herbivore. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 102: 15529-15532.
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