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    Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas

    J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas, volume 11, number 1  (issn 1934-5259)
    Publication date: 24 Jul 2017
    Copyright (c) 2017 Botanical Research Institute of Texas

     

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    SYSTEMATICS

     

    Artemisia estesii (Asteraceae), a new diploid species of the Artemisia ludoviciana complex in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.A.)

    Kenton L. Chambers—1

     

    Revised recognition of a high Sierran Potentilla (Rosaceae) as Potentilla amicarum

    Barbara Ertter—11

     

    Notes on Eritrichium (Boraginaceae) in North America III. Three new species of Eritrichium

    David F. Murray—19

     

    Two innovations in Mexican Malvaceae

    Laurence J. Dorr—25

     

    Three new species of Calathea (Marantaceae) endemic to Colombia

    Helen Kennedy—29

     

    A new species of Cyperus section Incurvi (Cyperaceae) from Venezuela

    Gordon C. Tucker—39

     

    Novelties in neotropical Dilleniaceae

    Gerardo A. Aymard C.—45

     

    Molecular phylogenetic analysis of the north-temperate Labrador teas (Ericaceae: Rhododendron subsect. Ledum) suggests a complex genetic history

    Andrew Hart, Kathleen Kron, and Emily Gillespie—53

     

    Variation in Linnaea borealis (Linnaeaceae) across North America and Greenland

    Peter F. Zika and Gordon C. Tucker—67

     

    El género Lonicera (Caprifoliaceae) en México y Guatemala

    José A. Villarreal Quintanilla, Alma D. Ruiz Acevedo, Eduardo Estrada Castillón, Diana Jasso de Rodríguez, and Jorge Méndez González—81

     

    A brief biography of Wolfgang Wolf and typification of the plant names he published

    Curtis J. Hansen—103

     

    Notes on vascular plant type collections of Cyrus G. Pringle in western United States and Mexico, 1881–1884

    Kathryn Mauz—117

     

    Schradera involucrata is the correct name for Spermacoce scandens (Rubiaceae)

    Piero G. Delprete and Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr.—121

     

    DEVELOPMENT & STRUCTURE

     

    Conifer tracheids resolve conflicting structural requirements: Data, hypotheses, questions

    Sherwin Carlquist—123

     

    DOCUMENTED CHROMOSOME NUMBERS

     

    Documented chromosome numbers 2017:1. Miscellaneous counts mostly from western Texas (U.S.A.), one each from New Mexico (U.S.A.) and Mexico

    A. Michael Powell, Shirley A. Powell, and Chris Jackson—143

    BOTANICAL HISTORY

     

    Regulation of peyote (Lophophora williamsii: Cactaceae) in the U.S.A.: A historical victory of religion and politics over science and medicine

    Martin Terry and Keeper Trout—147

     

    FLORISTICS, ECOLOGY, & CONSERVATION

     

    Additions to the vascular flora of Costa Rica: Four new records from the Sabanas Miravalles

    José Esteban Jiménez—157

     

    First collection of Miconia turquinensis (Melastomataceae: Miconieae) with flowers, and comparison with M. remotiflora, a putative close relative

    Walter S. Judd, Eldis R. Bécquer, and Lucas C. Majure—161

     

    Two new records of Digitaria sect. Digitaria (Poaceae) from Venezuela and the New World

    Shingo Nozawa, José R. Grande Allende, and Yasushi Ibaragi—169

     

    Floristics of flowering plants from the understory of Atlantic remnants in central and southern Bahia, Brazil

    Rodrigo L. Borges, Patrícia A. Ferreira, Blandina F. Viana, Maria L.S. Guedes, and Nádia Roque—175

     

    New records and range extensions for Rosa (Rosaceae) in North America

    Walter H. Lewis and Memory Elvin-Lewis—185

     

    Endemic plants of the Central Grassland of North America: Distribution, ecology, and conservation status

    James H. Locklear—193

     

    Vascular flora of the South San Juan Mountains (Colorado, U.S.A.): A floristic inventory of two southern Rocky Mountains slopes

    Mathew Thomas Sharples—235

     

    The genus Bryhnia and Bryhnia graminicolor (Bryophyta: Brachytheciaceae), new to the bryophyte flora of Texas, U.S.A.

    Dale A. Kruse—267

     

     

    INDEX to new names and new combinations in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 11(1), 2017

    • Artemisia estesii K.L. Chambers, sp. nov.—2
    • Calathea barryi H. Kenn., sp. nov.—31
    • Calathea neurophylla H. Kenn., sp. nov.—29
    • Calathea velutinifolia H. Kenn., sp. nov.—34
    • Cyperus fedoniae G.C. Tucker, sp. nov.—39
    • Doliocarpus hilarianus (Kubitzki) Aymard, comb. et stat. nov.—48
    • Doliocarpus putumayensis Aymard, sp. nov.—46
    • Eritrichium arenosum D.F. Murray, sp. nov.—19
    • Eritrichium boreale D.F. Murray, sp. nov.—21
    • Eritrichium grandiflorum D.F. Murray, sp. nov.—22
    • Potentilla amicarum Ertter, sp. nov.—12
    • Reevesia clarkii (Monach. & Moldenke) Solheim ex Dorr, comb. nov.—26

     

     

    BOOK REVIEWS & NOTICES

    *View* Anurag Agrawl. 2017. Monarchs and Milkweed: A Migrating Butterfly, A Poisonous Plant, and Their Remarkable Story of Coevolution

    *View* Claude A. Barr. Edited by James H. Locklear. 2015. Jewels of the Plains: Wildflowers of the Great Plains, Grasslands, and Hills (Revised Edition)

    *View* Linda H. Beidleman & Eugene N. Kozloff. 2014. Plants of the San Francisco Bay Region: Mendocino to Monterey, 3rd ed.

    *View* Linda G. Chafin. 2016. Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Georgia and Surrounding States

    *View* Brian R. Chapman & Eric G. Bolen. 2015. Ecology of North America, 3rd ed.

    *View* Rachel K. Clark, Alexander Krings, Jon M. Stucky, & H. Joseph Kleiss. 2016. Guide to the Vascular Flora of Kitty Hawk Woods, Dare County, North Carolina, U.S.A.

    *View* Philip A. Clarke. 2014. Discovering Aboriginal Plant Use: The Journeys of an Australian Anthropologist

    *View* André Gayraud. 2013. A Monograph of the Genus Cornus

    *View* Donald L. Hazlett. Translated by Marta E. Hazlett. 2017. Historia del Jardín Botánico de Lancetilla, Honduras. The History of Lancetilla Botanical Garden, Honduras

    *View* Richard W. Kerrigan. 2016. Agaricus of North America

    *View* David Schuyler, Gregory Kaliss, & Jeffrey Schlossberg, eds. 2015. The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted. Volume IX: The Last Great Projects 1890–1895

    *View* Sheila A. Strawn. 2017. Lichen Study Guide for Oklahoma and Surrounding States

    *View* James Stubbendieck, Stephan L. Hatch, & Cheryl D. Dunn. 2017. Grasses of the Great Plains

    *View* Lincoln Taiz, Eduardo Zeiger, Ian M. Møller, & Angus Murphy. 2015. Plant Physiology and Development, 6th ed.

    *View* Florence Thinard. Photographs by Yannick Fourie. 2016. Explorers’ Botanical Notebook: In the Footsteps of Theophrastus, Marco Polo, Linnaeus, Flinders, Darwin, Speke and Hooker

    *View* Sula Vanderplank, Anny Peralta García, Jorge H. Valdez Villavicencio, & Carlos A. de la Rosa. 2017. Plantas y animales únicos de las islas del Pacífico de Baja California. Unique plants and animals of the Baja California Pacific Islands (Coronado, Todos Santos, San Martín, San Jerónimo, San Benito, Cedros, Natividad)

    *View* Bill Vaughn. 2015. Hawthorn: The Tree That Has Nourished, Healed, and Inspired Through the Ages