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    Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas

    J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas, volume 8, number 2  (issn 1934-5259)
    Publication date: 25 Nov 2014
    Copyright (c) 2014 Botanical Research Institute of Texas

     

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    SYSTEMATICS

     

    Recent findings on the gypsum flora of the rim of the Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico, U.S.A.: A new species of Nerisyrenia (Brassicaceae), a new state record, and an updated checklist
    Patrick J. Alexander, Norman A. Douglas, Helga Ochoterena, Hilda Flores-Olvera, & Michael J. Moore—383

     

    Lomatium swingerae: a new species of Lomatium (Umbelliferae) from the Joseph Plains, Idaho, U.S.A.

    Richard P. McNeill—395

     

    New geographical and morphological data for Sideroxylon reclinatum subspecies austrofloridense (Sapotaceae), a taxon endemic to southeastern peninsular Florida, U.S.A.

    Paul T. Corogin & Walter S. Judd—403

     

    A morphologically based taxonomic reevaluation of the genus Stipulicida (Caryophyllaceae), with comments on rank

    Derick B. Poindexter, Kateland E. Bennett, & Alan S. Weakley—419

     

    A new hedge-nettle (Stachys: Lamiaceae) from South Carolina, U.S.A.

    John B. Nelson & Douglas A. Rayner—431

     

    Agave × madrensis (Asparagaceae), a putative hybrid from the Sierra Madre Oriental, Mexico

    José A. Villarreal Quintanilla, Abraham Ramírez Gámez, Eduardo Estrada Castillón, Dino U. González Uribe, & Diana Jasso de Rodríguez—441

     

    Dos nuevas especies de Myrcia (Myrtaceae), del Pacífico sur de Costa Rica

    Daniel Santamaria Aguilar, Armando Estrada Ch., & Reinaldo Aguilar—449

     

    Taxonomic studies in the Miconieae (Melastomataceae). XII. Revision of Miconia sect. Miconiastrum, with emphasis on the Miconia bicolor complex

    Walter S. Judd, James Dan Skean, Jr., Eldis R. Bécquer, & Lucas C. Majure—457

     

    Calathea rubribracteata, a new endemic species of Marantaceae from Colombia

    Helen Kennedy—493

     

    Five new Myrtaceae from southeastern Brazil

    Marcos Sobral, Marcelo da Costa Souza, Ludovic Jean Charles Kollmann, Osny Tadeu Aguiar, André Luís Casarin Rochelle, & Kelly Antunes—497

     

    Browneopsis puyensis (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae: Detarieae), a new species from Amazonian Ecuador

    David A. Neill & Mercedes Asanza—511

     

    A new species of Garnotia (Poaceae) from Kerala, India

    C.N. Sunil, V.V. Naveen Kumar, & M.G. Sanilkumar—517

     

    Tripogon malabarica (Poaceae: Chloridoideae: Chlorideae: Tripogoninae), a new species from Kerala, India

    Thoiba Kottekkattu & A.K. Pradeep—523

     

    Wandersong (Rubiaceae), a new genus from the Greater Antilles

    David W. Taylor—529

     

     

    DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURE

     

    Variability of vegetative flush colors in Zamia (Cycadales)

    Claudia Calonje, Lindy Knowles, Michael Calonje, & Chad Husby—531

     

    Limitations to natural production of Lophophora williamsii (Cactaceae) III. Effects of repeated harvesting at two-year intervals for six years in a South Texas (U.S.A.) population

    Martin Terry, Keeper Trout, Bennie Williams, Teodoso Herrera, & Norma Fowler—541

     

     

    PALEOBOTANY

     

    Distigouania irregularis (Rhamnaceae) gen. et sp. nov. in Mid-Tertiary amber from the Dominican Republic

    Kenton L. Chambers & George O. Poinar, Jr.—551

     

    Ticodendron palaios sp. nov. (Ticodendraceae), a Mid-Tertiary fossil flower in Dominican amber

    Kenton L. Chambers & George O. Poinar, Jr.—559

     

     

    FLORISTICS, ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION

     

    Vegetation patterns in the Mediterranean-desert ecotone of Baja California, Mexico

    Sula Elizabeth Vanderplank, Jose Delgadillo, Exequiel Ezcurra, & Lucinda A. McDade—565

     

    Estructura de un zacatal de toboso (Hilaria mutica: Poaceae) asociado a sustrato ígneo en el noreste de Coahuila, México

    Juan A. Encina-Domínguez, Jesús Valdés-Reyna, & José A. Villarreal-Quintanilla—583

     

    Jarilla chocola (Caricaceae), un nuevo género y especie para la flora de El Salvador

    Frank Sullyvan Cardoza Ruiz, José Ledis Linares, & Ana Eugenia Aguilar Grijalva—595

     

    Redescubrimiento y nuevos registros de Cuscatlania vulcanicola (Nyctaginaceae) para El Salvador

    José Ledis Linares, Frank Sullyvan Cardoza Ruiz, & Patricia Hernández-Ledesma—603

     

    Vascular plant flora of the alpine zone in the Southern Rocky Mountains, U.S.A.

    James F. Fowler, B.E. Nelson, & Ronald L. Hartman—611

     

    The first naturalized occurrence of the Cannaceae family in the Arkansas (U.S.A.) flora, with additional new and noteworthy angiosperm records for the state

    Brett E. Serviss, James H. Peck, & Tiffany A. Graves—637

     

    American mistletoe (Phoradendron leucarpum ssp. leucarpum, Viscaceae) occurrence in host trees within the city of Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois, and its incidence in Illinois, U.S.A.

    Ralph L. Thompson—641

     

    Tetragonia tetragonioides (Aizoaceae) discovered in Louisiana, U.S.A.

    Sairah M. Javed & Lowell E. Urbatsch—661

     

    Amsonia ludoviciana (Apocynaceae) new to the flora of Texas, U.S.A.

    Chris Doffitt, Charles Allen, Patricia Lewis, & David Lewis—663

     

    The vascular flora and plant communities of Candy Abshier Wildlife Management Area, Chambers County, Texas, U.S.A.

    Jason R. Singhurst, Amos Cooper, David J. Rosen, & Walter C. Holmes—665

     

     

    IN MEMORIAM

     

    Landon E. McKinney (1949–2014)
    Ronald L. Jones and Ralph L. Thompson—677

     

     

    INDEX to new names and new combinations in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 8(2), 2014

     

    Agave × madrensis Villarreal, A. Ramírez, & A.E. Estrada, hybrid nov.—443
    Browneopsis puyensis D.A. Neill & Asanza, sp. nov.—511
    Calathea rubribracteata H. Kenn., sp. nov.—493
    Calyptranthes solitaria Sobral, Aguiar, & Antunes, sp. nov.—498
    Calyptranthes ubatubana Sobral & Rochelle, sp. nov.—500
    Distigouania K.L. Chambers & Poinar, gen. nov.—552
    Distigouania irregularis K.L. Chambers & Poinar, sp. nov.—552
    Eugenia dipetala Sobral & Kollmann, sp. nov.—502
    Garnotia variyamensis Sunil, Naveen Kumar, & Sanilkumar, sp. nov.—517
    Lomatium swingerae R.P. McNeill, sp. nov.—395
    Miconia barbata (Borhidi) Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, comb. nov.—478
    Miconia bicolor var. patenti-setosa (Borhidi) Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, comb. nov.—474
    Miconia cajalbanensis Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, nom. nov.—483
    Miconia cristalensis (Borhidi) Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, comb. nov.—485
    Miconia guajaibonensis Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, nom. nov.—474
    Miconia impressa (Urb.) Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, comb. nov.—476
    Miconia karsticola Judd, Bécquer, Skean, & Majure, nom. nov.—463
    Miconia maestrensis Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, nom. nov.—487
    Miconia sect. Miconiastrum (Bonpl. ex Naudin) Judd, Bécquer, & Majure, comb. nov.—461
    Myrcia cacuminis Kollmann & Sobral, sp. nov.—504
    Myrcia paulii-jonesii Aguilar, D. Santam., & A. Estrada, sp. nov.—449
    Myrcia riverae A. Estrada, D. Santam., & Aguilar, sp. nov.—452
    Nerisyrenia hypercorax P.J. Alexander & M.J. Moore, sp. nov.—384
    Plinia ambivalens M. Souza & Sobral, sp. nov.—507
    Stachys caroliniana J.B. Nelson & D.A. Rayner, sp. nov.—431
    Stipulicida lacerata (C.W. James) D.B. Poind., K.E. Bennett, & Weakley, comb. et stat. nov.—427
    Ticodendron palaios K.L. Chambers & Poinar, sp. nov.—560
    Tripogon malabarica Thoiba & Pradeep, sp. nov.—523
    Wandersong D.W. Taylor, gen. nov.—530
    Wandersong exserta (DC.) D.W. Taylor, comb. nov.—530
    Wandersong seminervis (Urb. & Ekman) D.W. Taylor, comb. nov.—530

     

     

    INDEX TO VOLUME 8

     

    Reviewers for Volume 8 (2014)679
    Index to Volume 8 (2014)680

            Titles of Articles with Authors680
            Authors682
            Botanical Names and Subjects683
            New Names and Combinations685

     

     

    BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES

     

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