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    Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas

    J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas, volume 9, number 1  (issn 1934-5259)
    Publication date: 24 Jul 2015
    Copyright (c) 2015 Botanical Research Institute of Texas

     

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    SYSTEMATICS

     

    Typification of Sedum rubroglaucum (Crassulaceae)

    Peter F. Zika—1

     

    Micranthes rufopilosa (Saxifragaceae) comb. nov.: an alpine species from Alaska and Yukon

    David F. Murray and Reidar Elven—7

     

    nrDNA sequence (ITS and ETS) from herbarium specimens reveals phylogenetic affinities of Erigeron geiseri (Asteraceae)

    Richard D. Noyes, William Caraway, and Dulcinea V. Groff—11

     

    New combinations in Coryphantha and Escobaria (Cactaceae)

    Root Gorelick—25

     

    Scleria bellii (Cyperaceae), a distinctive and uncommon nutsedge from the southern U.S., Cuba, and Mexico

    Richard J. LeBlond, Samantha M. Tessel, and Derick B. Poindexter—31

     

    Styrax peltatus (Styracaceae), a new species from Oaxaca, Mexico

    Peter W. Fritsch—43

     

    Nuevas especies de Macherium (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae: Dalbergiae) en México y Centroamérica

    José L. Linares—49

     

    Gnaphaliothamnus nesomii (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae), a new species from Guatemala and nomenclatorial changes

    Michael O. Dillon and Federico Luebert—63

     

    New combinations in Eumachia (Rubiaceae) for species occurring on the Guiana Shield

    Piero G. Delprete and Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr.—75

     

    New species of Acanthaceae from Ecuador

    Dieter C. Wasshausen—81

     

    Cuatro nuevas especies y un nuevo registro de Freziera (Pentaphylacaceae) de Ecuador y Perú

    Daniel Santamaría-Aguilar y Laura P. Lagomarsino—89

     

    New combinations in Hexasepalum (Rubiaceae: Spermacoceae)

    Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr. and Piero G. Delprete—103

     

    Observations about Phaseolus lignosus (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae: Phaseoleae), a bean species from the Bermuda Islands

    D.G. Debouck—107

     

     

    PALEOBOTANY

     

    Dasylarynx anomalus gen. et sp. nov., a tubular monocotyledon-like flower in Mid-Tertiary Dominican amber

    George O. Poinar, Jr. and Kenton L. Chambers—121

     

    Prioria dominicana sp. nov. (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae), a fossil flower in Mid-Tertiary Dominican amber

    George O. Poinar, Jr. and Kenton L. Chambers—129

     

    Addendum: A gasteroid fungus, Palaeogaster micromorpha gen. & sp. nov. (Boletales) in Cretaceous Myanmar amber

    George Poinar, Jr., Dônis da Silva Alfredo, and Iuri Goulart Baseia—135

     

     

    FLORISTICS, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION

     

    Furrowed blister pods stranded on northern Atlantic Ocean coasts represent an undescribed Sacoglottis (Humiriaceae) endocarp most similar to the fossil Sacoglottis costata

    Raymond van der Ham, Tinde van Andel, Linda Butcher, Izumi Hanno, Theo Lambrechts, Kim Lincicome, Paul Mikkelsen, Jenifer Mina, Bob Patterson, Ed Perry, and Mike Romance—137

     

    A survey of the woody and climbing plants of the Refugio de Aves Dr. Alexander Skutch, “Los Cusingos,” Pérez Zeledón Canton, Costa Rica

    Ronald L. Jones, Humberto Jiménez-Saa, and Allen C. Risk—149

     

    Cuscatlania vulcanicola (Nyctaginaceae) nuevo registro del género y especie para la flora de Honduras

    José Ledis Linares, Frank Sullyvan Cardoza Ruiz y Patricia Hernández-Ledesma—167

     

    Structural analysis of shrublands adjacent to the Monterrey Metropolitan Area, Mexico

    Pamela Anabel Canizales-Velázquez, Oscar Alberto Aguirre-Calderón, Eduardo Alanís-Rodríguez, Eduardo Javier Treviño-Garza, and José Manuel Mata-Balderas—173

     

    Matelea chihuahuensis (Apocynaceae): an addition to the flora of the United States and a synopsis of the species

    Angela McDonnell, Mark Fishbein, Meg Quinn, Trevor Hare, and Kevin Keith—187

     

    The first naturalized occurrence of the genus Forsythia (Oleaceae) in Arkansas (U.S.A.), with additional noteworthy angiosperm records for the state

    Brett E. Serviss, Tyler L. Childs, Sydney S. Grant, Tiffany A. Graves, Ethan Holicer, Seth A. McBroom, Logan Thomas, James H. Peck, and Allen Leible—195

     

    Nephrolepis cordifolia (Nephrolepidaceae) naturalized in southern California (U.S.A.): with notes on unintended consequences of escaped garden plants

    Richard E. Riefner, Jr. and Alan R. Smith—201

     

    Buddleja davidii (Scrophulariaceae) naturalized populations in Tennessee (U.S.A.) and its woody associates

    Ralph L. Thompson and Katrina Rivers Thompson—213

     

    Addendum to the vascular flora of the Hancock Biological Station, Murray State University, Calloway County, Kentucky, U.S.A.

    J. Richard Abbott and Ralph L. Thompson—229

     

    Floristics and community ecology of aquatic vegetation occurring in seven large springs at Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Missouri (U.S.A.), 2007–2012

    David E. Bowles and Hope R. Dodd—235

     

    Cyperus granitophilus (Cyperaceae), a granite outcrop endemic, new for Texas and Oklahoma (U.S.A.)

    Robert J. O'Kennon and Kimberly Norton Taylor—251

     

    Phytogeographical relationships and analysis of the flora of South-Central Texas, U.S.A.

    A.A. Saghatelyan—259

     

     

    INDEX to new names and new combinations in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 9(1), 2015

     

    Coryphantha sneedii var. orcuttii (Boed.) Gorelick, comb. et stat. nov.—28
    Dasylarynx Poinar & K.L. Chambers, gen. nov.—122
    Dasylarynx anomalus Poinar & K.L. Chambers, sp. nov.—122
    Dyschoriste ecuadoriana Wassh., sp. nov.—83
    Escobaria sneedii var. orcuttii (Boed.) Gorelick, comb. et stat. nov.—28
    Eumachia abrupta (Hiern) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—76
    Eumachia acuifolia (C. Wright) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—76
    Eumachia albert-smithii (Standl.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—76
    Eumachia astrellantha (Wernham) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—76
    Eumachia boliviana (Standl.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—76
    Eumachia cephalantha (Müll. Arg.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—77
    Eumachia deinocalyx (Sandwith) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—77
    Eumachia guianensis (Bremek.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—77
    Eumachia kappleri (Miq.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—77
    Eumachia membranacea (Gillespie) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—76
    Eumachia microdon (DC.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—77
    Eumachia nana (K. Krause) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—78
    Eumachia pallidinervia (Steyerm.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—78
    Eumachia paupertina (Standl. & Steyerm.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—78
    Eumachia podocephala (Müll.Arg.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—78
    Eumachia wilhelminensis (Steyerm.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—79
    Freziera humiriifolia D. Santam., sp. nov.—90
    Freziera neillii D. Santam., sp. nov.—92
    Freziera tundaymensis D. Santam., sp. nov.—95
    Freziera yanachagensis D. Santam., sp. nov.—96
    Gnaphaliothamnus nesomii M.O. Dillon & Luebert, sp. nov.—64
    Hexasepalum angustatum (Steyerm.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete, comb. nov.—104
    Hexasepalum apiculatum (Willd.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—104
    Hexasepalum gardneri (K. Schum.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete, comb. nov.—104
    Hexasepalum lippioides (Griseb.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete, comb. nov.—104
    Hexasepalum mello-barretoi (Standl.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete, comb. nov.—104
    Hexasepalum radulum (Willd.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—105
    Hexasepalum rosmarinifolium (Pohl ex DC.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—105
    Hexasepalum sarmentosum (Sw.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr., comb. nov.—105
    Hexasepalum scandens (Sw.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete, comb. nov.—105
    Hexasepalum serrulatum (P. Beauv.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete, comb. nov.—105
    Machaerium excavatum J. Linares, sp. nov.—51
    Machaerium franksullyvanii J. Linares, sp. nov.—58
    Machaerium paucifoliolatum J. Linares, sp. nov.—54
    Machaerium ramosiae J. Linares, sp. nov.—49
    Machaerium rubrinervum J. Linares, sp. nov.—56
    Mendoncia hollenbergiae Wassh., sp. nov.—81
    Mendoncia sericea Wassh., sp. nov.—83
    Micranthes rufopilosa (Hultén) D.F. Murray & Elven, comb. nov.—7
    Prioria dominicana Poinar & K.L. Chambers, sp. nov.—130
    Pseudognaphalium paramorum (S.F. Blake) M.O. Dillon, comb. nov.—72
    Pseudognaphalium stolonatum (S.F. Blake) M.O. Dillon, comb. nov.—69
    Scleria bellii LeBlond, sp. nov.—31
    Stenostephanus holm-nielsenii Wassh., sp. nov.—86
    Styrax peltatus P.W. Fritsch, sp. nov.—43
     

     

    Typifications in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 9(1), 2015

     

    Eumachia guianensis (Bremek.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr.—77
    Eumachia nana (K. Krause) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr.—78
    Eumachia podocephala (Müll.Arg.) Delprete & J.H. Kirkbr.—78
    Hexasepalum gardneri (K. Schum.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete—104
    Hexasepalum lippioides (Griseb.) J.H. Kirkbr. & Delprete—104
    Mapouria capituliflora Müll. Arg.—76
    Phaseolus lignosus Britton—115
    Psychotria pinularis Sessé & Moç.—77
    Sedum rubroglaucum Praeger—4

     

     

    BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES

     

    *View* Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2015. Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 9: Magnoliophyta: Picramniaceae to Rosaceae

    *View* D.J. Futuyma, H.B. Shaffer, & D. Simberloff, eds. 2014 (Nov). Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, Volume 45

    *View* A. Gadgil & D.M. Liverman. 2014 (Oct). Annual Review of Environment and Resources, Volume 39

    *View* J.L. Gentry, G.P. Johnson, B.T. Baker, C.T. Witsell, & J.D. Ogle, eds. 2013. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Arkansas

    *View* M. Gustafson. 2015. A Naturalist’s Guide to the Texas Hill Country

    *View* T. Hanson. 2015. The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History

    *View* H.C.F. Hopkins, Y. Pillon, & R. Hoogland. 2014. Cunoniaceae: Flore de la Nouvelle-Calédonie. Vol. 26

    *View* R.L. Jones & B.E. Wofford. 2013. Woody Plants of Kentucky & Tennessee: The Complete Winter Guide to Their Identification and Use

    *View* E.J. Judziewicz, R.W. Freckmann, L.G. Clark, & M.R. Black. 2014. Field Guide to Wisconsin Grasses

    *View* S. Leopold. 2014. Isabella’s Peppermint Flowers

    *View* L.J. Littlefield & P.M. Burns. 2015. Wildflowers of the Northern and Central Mountains of New Mexico: Sangre de Cristo, Jemez, Sandia, and Manzano

    *View* T. McMullin & F. Anderson. 2014. Common Lichens of Northeastern North America

    *View* E.C. Nelson & D.J. Elliott. 2015. The Curious Mister Catesby

    *View* M.A.F. Noor. 2012. You’re Hired! Now What? A Guide for New Science Faculty

    *View* J.V. Trail. 2015. Quiver Trees, Phantom Orchids and Rock Splitters: The Remarkable Survival Strategies of Plants