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(Vol. 01, 1998-05) The Texas Plant Collections of Mary Sophie Young
Mary S. Young (1872-1919) was one of the first botanists at the University of Texas. Her specimens from different parts of Texas greatly expanded the her barium collections of the university and her exchanges with other ...
(Vol. 03, 2000-12) The Texas Species of Calliandra (Leguminosae, Mimosoideae)
The genus Calliandra is represented in Texas by five species: C. bifiora Tharp, a relatively uncommon taxon of southern Texas and Tamaulipas, Mexico; C. conferta Benth., a somewhat uncommon, species of northern Mexico, ...
(Vol.16, 2013-12) An Inventory of the Vascular Plants of Amistad National Recreation Area, Val Verde Co., Texas
Amistad National Recreation Area is a 23,186 ha property in Val Verde County, Texas. A floral inventory was conducted in 2003–2004, producing a checklist of 699 taxa with 99 infraspecific taxa, 686 species, 402 genera, and ...
(Vol. 08, 2005-12) Taxonomy and Identification of Isoetes (Isoetaceae) in Texas Based on Megaspore Features
Scanning electron microscopy examination of Texas specimens of Isoetes revealed differences in megaspore ornamentation patterns of the proximal and distal surfaces that support the recognition of four species of the genus ...
(Vol.10, 2007-12) Phaseolus Texensis (Leguminosae: Phaseolinae): A New Species from the Edwards Plateau of Central Texas
Phaseolus texensis is a new species known only from rocky canyons of the eastern and southern Edwards Plateau of central Texas. Morphological examination and field observations, in conjunction with current molecular ...
(Vol. 20, 2017-12) The Vascular Flora of Lee County, Texas.
Lee County is located in the Post Oak Savannah and Blackland Prairie vegetation areas of east-central Texas and encompasses 635 square miles (ca. 405,000 acres). A floristic survey of the vascular plants of Lee County, ...