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    Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas

    J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas, volume 10, number 1  (issn 1934-5259)
    Publication date: 18 Jul 2016
    Copyright (c) 2016 Botanical Research Institute of Texas

     

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    SYSTEMATICS

     

    Euphorbia cryptorubra (Euphorbiaceae), a new species in Euphorbia subgenus Chamaesyce section Anisophyllum from Texas, U.S.A., and Chihuahua, Mexico

    Nathan Caleb Taylor and Martin Terry1

     

    A revision of native North American Humulus (Cannabaceae)

    Luke R. Tembrock, Jenna M. McAleer, and Todd M. Gilligan11

     

    A new name for a common and widespread species of Tabernaemontana (Apocynaceae)

    Mary E. Endress and André O. Simões31

     

    New combinations in Dichanthelium (Poaceae)

    Richard J. LeBlond33

     

    Polyploidy in Phlox nana (Polemoniaceae): Diversity and distribution of cytotypes across a desert sky island region of North America

    Bethany A. Wright, L. Alan Prather, and Carolyn J. Ferguson45

     

    Una especie nueva de Merremia (Convolvulaceae) del estado de Oaxaca, México

    Eleazar Carranza González y Guillermina Murguía Sánchez65

     

    Passiflora chimuensis, una nueva especie y primer registro de la sección Pseudoastrophea (subgénero Astrophea, Passifloraceae) en Mesoamérica

    Armando Estrada Ch., Gerardo Rivera E. y Julián Solano71

     

    Una nueva especie de Sobralia (Orchidaceae) de Honduras

    José L. Linares y Paul Ancalmo77

     

    Calathea calderon-saenzii (Marantaceae), a new attractive patterned-leaved species, endemic to Colombia

    Helen Kennedy and Marcela Serna85

     

    Análisis colorimétrico y morfométrico de la flor de Alstroemeria presliana (Alstroemeriaceae)

    Víctor L. Finot, Carlos M. Baeza, Eduardo Ruiz, Pedro Carrasco y Pedro S. Melín89

     

    Perkinsiodendron, a new genus in the Styracaceae based on morphology and DNA sequences

    Peter W. Fritsch, Xiaohong Yao, W. Brian Simison, Boni C. Cruz, and Tao Chen109

     

    Addendum: Taxonomy of Lantana sect. Lantana (Verbenaceae): II. Taxonomic revision

    Roger W. Sanders119

     

    PALEOBOTANY

     

    Mimosoideae (Fabaceae) diversity and associates in Mid-Tertiary Dominican amber

    George O. Poinar, Jr. and Kenton L. Chambers121

     

    Lobocyclas anomala, a new genus and species of Celastraceae subfamily Hippocrateoideae in Dominican amber

    Kenton L. Chambers and George O. Poinar, Jr.—137

     

    Brevitrimaris arcuatus gen. & sp. nov., a monocotyledonous fossil flower from Mid-Tertiary amber deposits in the Dominican Republic

    Kenton L. Chambers and George O. Poinar, Jr.—141

     

    Carpantholithes, a restored generic name for Eocene fossils in Baltic amber representing an extinct lineage of Clethraceae

    George O. Poinar, Jr., Kenton L. Chambers, and Alex E. Brown147

     

    A primitive Mid-Cretaceous angiosperm flower, Antiquifloris latifibris gen. & sp. nov., in Myanmar amber

    George O. Poinar, Jr., Ron Buckley, and Huarong Chen155

     

    BOTANICAL HISTORY

     

    Michaux in Iowa (U.S.A.)? The conundrum of Platanus densicoma (Platanaceae)

    Thomas G. Lammers163

     

    FLORISTICS, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION

     

    Ficus carica (Moraceae) and Kerria japonica (Rosaceae) new to the Arkansas flora (U.S.A.), with a second record of Canna indica (Cannaceae) and the re-instatement of Nerium oleander (Apocynaceae) for the state

    James H. Peck and Brett E. Serviss169

     

    Additions to the flora of Florida, U.S.A. (2010–2015)

    Alan R. Franck, Loran C. Anderson, James R. Burkhalter, and Stephen Dickman175

     

    Cyperus richardii (Cyperaceae) new to Florida, U.S.A., and the Western Hemisphere

    Richard Carter, Randy L. Mears, Russell H. Goddard, and Charles T. Bryson191

     

    A floristic inventory of Collier-Seminole State Park and immediately adjacent lands (Collier County), Florida, U.S.A.

    George J. Wilder and Brenda L. Thomas201

     

    Vascular plants and plant communities of Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site, Ballard County, Kentucky, U.S.A.

    Ralph L. Thompson and Katrina Rivers Thompson245

     

    The vascular flora of Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Llano and Gillespie counties, Texas, U.S.A.

    Kimberly Norton Taylor and Robert J. O'Kennon267

     

    IN MEMORIAM

     

    In memoriam: George Pryor Johnson (20 March 1956–16 December 2015)

    Travis D. Marsico295

     

    In memoriam: Frances Marian Smith (10 October 1939–2 March 2016)

    Paul M. McKenzie299

     

    Memoria in aeterna: Stanley Galen Smith (25 March 1926–23 October 2015)

    Theodore S. Cochrane303

     

    INDEX to new names and new combinations in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 10(1), 2016

    • Antiquifloris Poinar & R. Buckley, gen. nov.—156
    • Antiquifloris latifibris Poinar & R. Buckley, sp. nov.—156
    • Brevitrimaris K.L. Chambers & Poinar, gen. nov.—142
    • Brevitrimaris arcuatus K.L. Chambers & Poinar, sp. nov.—142
    • Calathea calderon-saenzii H. Kenn. & M. Serna, sp. nov.—85
    • Campopetala dominicana Poinar & K.L. Chambers, gen. & sp. nov.—122
    • Dichanthelium bicknellii (Nash) LeBlond, comb. nov.—35
    • Dichanthelium filiramum (Ashe) LeBlond, comb. nov.—35
    • Dichanthelium malacon (Nash) LeBlond, comb. nov.—38
    • Dichanthelium pinetorum (Swallen) LeBlond, comb. nov.—40
    • Entada hispaniolae Poinar & K.L. Chambers, sp. nov.—124
    • Euphorbia cryptorubra N.C. Taylor & M. Terry, sp. nov.—2
    • Humulus lupuloides (E. Small) Tembrock, comb. & stat. nov.—24
    • Humulus pubescens (E. Small) Tembrock, comb. & stat. nov.—20
    • Lobocyclas K.L. Chambers & Poinar, gen. nov.—138
    • Lobocyclas anomala K.L. Chambers & Poinar, sp. nov.—139
    • Merremia lobulibracteata E. Carranza & G. Murguía, sp. nov.—65
    • Passiflora chimuensis A. Estrada, G. Rivera, & J. Solano, sp. nov.—72
    • Perkinsiodendron P.W. Fritsch, gen. nov.—115
    • Perkinsiodendron macgregorii (Chun) P.W. Fritsch, comb. nov.—115
    • Senegalia eocaribbeanensis Poinar & K.L. Chambers, comb. nov.—122
    • Sobralia yaninae J. Linares & P. Ancalmo, sp. nov.—77
    • Tabernaemontana glabra (Benth.) A.O. Simões & M.E. Endress, comb. nov.—31

     

     

    BOOK REVIEWS & NOTICES

    *View* Irwin M. Brodo. 2016. Keys to Lichens of North America, Revised and Expanded

    *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, Second Edition

    *View* Mary Curry. 2015. North Central Texas Wildflowers

    *View* Dennis E. Desjardin, Michael G. Wood, & Frederick A. Stevens. 2015. California Mushrooms: The Comprehensive Identification Guide

    *View* Jon L. Hawker. 2016. Agaves, Yuccas, and Their Kin: Seven Genera of the Southwest

    *View* Noel Kingsbury. 2015. Hidden Natural Histories: Trees

    *View* Michael Kuo & Andrew S. Methven. 2014. Mushrooms of the Midwest

    *View* Richard Mabey. 2015. The Cabaret of Plants: Forty Thousand Years of Plant Life and the Human Imagination

    *View* Reed F. Noss. 2013. Forgotten Grasslands of the South: Natural History and Conservation

    *View* Mary O. Parker. 2016. Explore Texas: A Nature Travel Guide

    *View* Albert Roguenant, Marcel Lecoufle, & Aline Raynal-Roques. 2016. Les Broméliacées

    *View* Marcy Scott. 2016. Hummingbird Plants of the Southwest

    *View* Andrea Wulf. 2015. The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World