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Publications Citing Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium (DES) and/or Based on DES Specimens


2010

Parker, K., D. Trapnell, J. Hamrick, W. Hodgson, and A. Parker. 2010. Inferring ancient Agave cultivation practices from contemporary genetic patterns. Molecular Ecology 19(8): 1622-1637.

Schenk, J. J., W. Hodgson and L. Hufford. 2010. A new species of Mentzelia section Bartonia (Loasaceae) from the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Brittonia. 1-6.

2009
Van Devender, T. R., R. S. Felger, A. L. Reina-Guerrero and J. J. Sanchez-Escalante. 2009. Sonora: non-native and invasive plants. In Van Devender, T. R., F. J. Espinosa-Garcia, B. L. Haper-Lore and T. Hubbard (eds.) Invasive plants on the Move: controlling them in North America. Based on presentations from Weeds Across Borders 2006 Conference. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Arizona.

Baker, M., J. Rebman, B. Parfitt, D. Pinkava, C. Christy, A. Salywon, R. Puente-Martinez, A. Zimmerman and J. H. Cota. 2009. Chromosome numbers of miscellaneous angiosperm taxa. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 3(1): 279-283.

2008
Stromberg, J., J. Boudell and A. Hazelton. 2008. Differences in seed mass between hydric and xeric plants influence seed bank dynamics in a dryland riparian ecosystem. Functional Ecology 22(2): 205-212.

2007
Anderson, J. 2007. Vascular Plants of Arizona: Anacardiaceae. Canotia 3(2): 13-22.

Parker, K., J. Hamrick, W. Hodgson, D. Trapnell, A. Parker and R. Kuzoff. 2007. Genetic consequences of Pre-Columbian cultivation for Agave murpheyi and A. delamateri (Agavaceae). American Journal of Botany. 94(9): 1479Ð1490.

Damrel, D. 2007. The Vascular Flora of San Tan Mountains Regional Park, Pinal County, Arizona. Canotia 3(3): 35-60.

Felger, R. text, with photographs by Patricio Robles Gil and George H.H. Huey. 2007. The Secret Life of Cacti. Collección Voces de la Tierra, Sierra Madre, Agrupación Sierra Madre, Mexico City.

Gutierrez, R. 2007. Vascular Plants of Arizona: Bromeliaceae. Canotia 3(2): 23-25.

Gutierrez, R. 2007. Vascular Plants of Arizona: Martyniaceae. Canotia 3(2): 26-31.

Gutierrez, R. 2007. Vascular Plants of Arizona: Psilotaceae. Canotia 3(2): 32-34.

Parker, K., J. Hamrick, W. Hodgson, D. Trapnell, A. Parker and R. Kuzoff. 2007. Genetic consequences of Pre-Columbian cultivation for Agave murpheyi and A. delamateri (Agavaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 94(9): 1479–1490.

2006
Austin, D. 2006. Noteworthy distributions and additions in southwestern Convolvulaceae. Canotia 2(3): 79-106.

Bair, A., M. Howe, D. Roth, R. Taylor, T. Ayers and R. Kiger. 2006. Portulacaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Canotia 2(1):1-22.

Broyles, B., A. Rankin and R. Felger. 2006. Native Peoples of the Dry Borders Region. In: Dry Borders. R. Felger and B. Broyles, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Pp. 128-146.

Butterworth, C. 2006. Mole cular phylogenetics of Cactaceae Jussieu – a review. In: Plant Genome biodiversity and Evolution. Vol. 1, Part C, pp. 489-524

Chambers, K. 2006. Uropappus. Asteraceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 19. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp.322.

Christie, K., M. Currie, L. Smith Davis, M.-E. Hill, S. Neal, and T. Ayers. 2006. Vascular Plants of Arizona: Rhamnaceae. Canotia 2(1): 23-46.

Davis, W. 2006. Malacothrix. Asteraceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 19. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 316-321.

Felger, R. and B. Broyles eds. 2006. Dry Borders: Great Natural Reserves of the Sonoran Desert. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Felger, R., M. Wilson, K. Mauz and S. Rutman. 2006. Botanical Diversity of Southwestern Arizona and Northwestern Sonora. In: Dry Borders, Eds. R. Felger and B. Broyles, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Pp. 202-271.

Felger, R. 2006. Sonoran Desert Cornucopia: Plants and Animals in Native American Culture. In: People and Deserts, Global Environmental Outlook for Deserts, Ed. E. Ezcurra. United Nations Environmental Program, Nairobi.

Felger, R. 2006. Living Resources at the Center of the Sonoran Desert: Native American Plant and animal Utilization. In: Dry Borders, Eds. R. Felger and B. Broyles, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Pp. 147-192.

Huisinga, K., L. Makarick, and K. Watters. 2006. River and Desert Plants of the Grand Canyon. Mountain Press, Missoula.

Keil, D. 2006. Cirsium. Asteraceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 19. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 95-16.

Morefield, J. 2006. Filago. Asteraceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 19. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 447-449.

Morefield, J. 2006. Stylocline. Asteraceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 19. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 450-453.

Pinkava, D. 2006. Berlandiera. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 21. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 83-87.

Puente, R. 2006. Taxonomic Revision and Phylogeny of Nopalea (cactaceae, Opuntioideae). Masters thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe

2005
Carlton, J., G. Ceballos and R. Felger, eds. 2005. Biodiversity, Ecosystems and Conservation in northern Mexico. Oxford University Press, New York.

Felger, R., T. Burgess, S. Dorsi, J. Reeder, T. Van Devender. 2005. Dichanthium (Poaceae) new to Arizona: open door for a potentially invasive species. Sida, Contributions to Botany 21: 1905-1908.

Landrum, L., S. Whitcomb, J. Anderson, D. Damrel and F. Northam. 2005. Noteworthy collections, Arizona: Oncosiphon piluliferum (L.f.) Kallersjo (Asteraceae). Madroño 52: 270-274.

Puente, R. and C. Hamann. 2005. A new hybrid prickly pear from Coahuila, Mexico: Opuntia xcarstenii (Cactaceae) Cact. & Succ. Journ. (US) 77 (5): 228-236.

Reveal, J. 2005. Polygonaceae. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 5. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, pp. 221-430.

Thompson, D. 2005. Systematics of Mimulus Subgenus Schizoplacus (Scrophulariaceae). Systematic Botany Monographs. Vol 75.  American Society of Plant Taxonomists.

Wilken, D., and J. M. Porter. 2005. Polemoniaceae, Phlox Family. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Canotia 1(1): 1-37.

2004
Borchert, R., A. Meyer, R. Felger and L. Porter-Bolland. 2004. Environmental control of flowering periodicity in Costa Rican and Mexican tropical dry forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography 13: 409-435.

Felger, R. 2004. Seed Plants. In: A Seashore Guide to the Northern Gulf of California. R. Brusca, E. Kimrey and W. Moore, eds. Pp.: 147-163.

Griffith, M. 2004. Cactus Evolution and Systematics. Studies in the Opuntioideae (Cactaceae). PhD. dissertation, Claremont University.

Griffith, M. 2004. The origins of an important cactus crop, Opuntia ficus-indica (Cactaceae): new molecular evidence. American Journal of Botany 91: 1915-1921.

Schmalzel, R., R. Nixon, A. Best, and J. Tress, Jr. 2004. Morphometric variation in Coryphantha robustispina (Cactaceae). Systematic Botany 29(3): 553-568.

2003
Brasher, J. 2003. Ulmaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35 (2): 170-176.

Brasher, J. 1999. Simaroubaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 85-87.

Christy, C. 2003. Lamiaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35(2): 151-169.

Felger, R., D. Turner and M. Wilson. 2003. Flora and vegetation of the Mohawk Dunes, Arizona. Sida, Contributions to Botany 20: 1153-1185.

Gibson, A. 2003. Bergerocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 181-182.

Gibson, A. 2003. Carnegiea. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 184-185.

Gibson, A. 2003. Pachycereus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 182-184.

Gibson, A. 2003. Stenocereus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 186-188.

Griffith, M. 2003. Using molecular evidence to elucidate reticulate evolution in Opuntia (Cactaceae). Madroño 50(3): 162-169.

Heil, K. and J. M. Porter. 2003. Sclerocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds., Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 197-206.

Heil, K. and J.M. Porter. 2003. Pediocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 211-216.

Makings, E. 2003. Flora of the San Pedro Riparian Natural Conservation Area, Cochise County, Arizona. Masters thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Parfitt, B. and A. Gibson. 2003. Harrisia. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 152-153

Pinkava, D. 2003. Cactaceae. Opuntia. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 35(2): 137-150.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Berlandiera monocephala (Asteraceae) newly recognized for Arizona and the United States. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 36(1): 8.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Consolea. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 149-150.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Cylindropuntia. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 103-118.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Grusonia. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 118-123.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Nopalea. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 148-149.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Opuntia. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 123-148.

Pinkava, D. 2003. Peniocereus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 103-118.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. Ancistrocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 209-211.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Ariocarpus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 240-241

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Astrophytum. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Vol. 4. Eds., Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 191-192.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Coryphantha. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 220 - 237.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Echinocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 188-191.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Echinocereus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 157-174.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Echinomastus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 192-196.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Epithelantha. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 239-240.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Ferocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 243-247.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Lophophora. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 242.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Mammillaria. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 247-257.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Neolloydia. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 237-238.

Zimmerman, A. and B. Parfitt. 2003. Thelocactus. Cactaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 4. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 216-217.

2002
Bogler, D. 2002. Dasylirion. Agavaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 26. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 422-423.

Damrel, D. and D. Pinkava. 2002. Phoenix Flora. A checklist of the vascular plants growing wild and in cultivation in the general vicinity of Phoenix, Arizona. http://lsvl.la.asu.edu/herbarium13.htm.database.

Doan, S. 2002. Flora of the Seven Springs Region, Tonto National Forest, Maricopa county, Arizona. M.S. thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Griffith, M. 2002. Grusonia pulchella classification and its impacts on the genus Grusonia: morphological and molecular evidence. Haseltonia 9: 86-93. 

Hess, W. 2002. Nolina. Agavaceae. In: Flora of North America. Vol. 26. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 415-423. 

Mauseth, J., R. Kiesling and C. Ostolaza. 2002. A Cactus Odyssey. Journeys in the Wilds of Bolivia, Peru, and Argentina. Timber Press, Portland. 

Nabhan, G., P. West, R. Felger. 2002. Naturalized exotic species in the Sonoran Region, flora. Invasive Exotic Species in the Sonoran Region, B. Tellman, ed. Pp. 348-355. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Paredes Aguilar, R., T. Van Devender and R. Felger, in collaboration with G. Nabhan and A. Reina Guerrero. 2000. Las Cactaceas de Sonora: Su diversidad, Uso y Conservation. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press, Tucson. 

Pinkava, D. 2002. On the evolution of the continental North American Opuntioideae (Cactaceae). In: Studies in the Opuntioideae (Cacataceae), Succulent Plant Research, vol.6. Eds., Hunt, D and N. Taylor. The Manse, Sherborne, England. Pp. 59-98

Pires, C. 2002. Dichelostemma. Liliaceae. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, Vol. 26, pp. 328-331. 

Pires, C. 2002. Triteliopsis. Liliaceae. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, vol. 26, pp. 332. 

Pires, C. 2002. Androstephium. Liliaceae. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, Vol. 26, pp. 333. 

Pires, C. 2002. Triteleia. Liliaceae. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, Vol. 26, pp. 338-346. 

Reveal, J. and W. Hodgson. 2002. Agave. Agavaceae. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, Vol. 26, pp. 442-461. 

Verhoek, S. 2002. Manfreda. Agavaceae. In: Flora of North America. Eds. Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Oxford University Press, pp. 462-465

Wallace, R. and S. Dickie. 2002. Systematic implications of chloroplast DNA sequence variation in subfam. Opuntioideae (Cactaceae). In: Studies in the Opuntioideae (Cacataceae), Succulent Plant Research, vol.6. Eds., Hunt, D and N. Taylor. The Manse, Sherborne, England. Pp. 9-24. 

Wilson, M., L. Leigh and R. Felger. 2002. Invasive exotic plants in the Sonoran Desert. In: Invasive Exotic Species in the Sonoran Region, B. Tellman, ed. pp. 81-90. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Yetman, D. and R. Felger. 2002. Ethnoflora of the Guarijos. In: Guarijoios of the Sierra Madre: the hidden people of northwestern Mexico, D. Yetman, ed. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. 

2001
Anderson, E. 2001. The Cactus Family. Timber Press, Portland. 

Brasher, J. 2001. Betulaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 1-8. 

Brasher, J. 2001. Rosaceae. Rubus. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 50-57. 

Brian, N. 2001. Additions to the flora of Grand Canyon region – III. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(2):151-153. 

Bye, R. 2001. Solanaceae. Datura. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 58-64. 

Damrel, D. 2001. Documented vascular flora of the Arizona State University Arboretum. M.S. thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe. 

Felger, R., M. Johnson and M. Wilson. 2001. The Trees of Sonora. Oxford University Press

Heil, K., and J.M. Porter. 2001. Cactaceae. Pediocactus and Sclerocactus. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 9-18. 

Hodgson, W. 2001. Food Plants of the Sonoran Desert. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Hodgson, W. 2001. Taxonomic novelties in American Agave (Agavaceae). Novon 11(4): 410-416. 

MacDougal, J. 2001. Passifloraceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 41-45

Puente, R. and T. Daniel. 2001. Garryaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 31-34. 

Puente, R. 2001. Commelinaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 19-26. 

Ricketson, J. 2001. Sparganiaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 65-68. 

Ricketson, J. 2001. Typhaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 33(1): 69-72. 

Walters, G. 2001. Sonoran Desert seed banks: spatio-temporal variation of ephemeral plants and urban recreation impacts. M.S. thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe. 

2000
Felger, R. 2000. Flora of the Gran Desierto and Rio Colorado of Northwestern Mexico. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Phillips, S. and P. Comus, Eds. 2000. A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson and University of California Press, Berkeley. 

Rea, A. 2000. At the Desert’s Green Edge: Ethnobotany of the Gila River Pima. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Slauson, L. 2000. Pollination of two chriopterophilous agaves in Arizona. American Journal of Botany 87:825-836. 

1999
Arizona Rare Plant Committee. 1999. Arizona Rare Plant Field Guide. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Plant Conservation Alliance. 

Baker, M. and D. Pinkava. 1999. A new Arizona hybrid cholla, Opuntia xcampii (Cactaceae). Cactus & Succulent Journal (Los Angeles) 71(6): 320-322. 

Brian, N., W. Hodgson and A. Phillips III. 1999. Additions to the flora of the Grand Canyon region-II. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32:117-127. 

Felger, R. 1999. The flora of Canon del Nacapule: a desert-bounded tropical canyon near Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History 35: 1-42. 

Felger, R. and E. Joyal. 1999. The palms (Arecaceae) of Sonora, Mexico. Aliso 18(1): 1-18. 

Huisinga, K. and T. Ayers. 1999. Plantaginaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 62-76. 

Levin, G. 1999. Notes on Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae) in North America. Rhodora 101(907): 217-233. 

Pinkava, D. 1999. Cactaceae. Cylindropuntia. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 32-47. 

Pinkava, D. 1999. Cactaceae. Grusonia. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 48-52. 

Salywon, A. 1999. Burseraceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 29-31. 

Salywon, A. 1999. Sapindaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 77-82

Shohet, C. 1999. Graptopetalum bartramii Rose (Crassulaceae): demographics and reproductive biology, including pollination and flowering phenology. M.S. thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Simpson, B. and A. Salywon. 1999. Krameriaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 32(1): 57-61. 

1998
Anderson, E. 1998. Echinocereus mapimiensis: a new species from Coahuila, Mexico. Cactus & Succulent Journal (USA) 70(6): 284-285. 

Austin, D. 1998. Convolvulaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 30(2): 61-83. 

Brasher, J. 1998. Celastraceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 30(2): 57-60. 

Christy, C. 1998. Loasaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 30(2): 96-107. 

Ezcurra, E., R. Felger, A. Russell and M. Equihua. 1988. Fresh water islands in a desert sand sea: the hydrology, flora and phytogeography of the Gran Desierto oases of northwestern Mexico. Desert Plants 9(2): 35-44, 55-63. 

Hodgson, W. 1998. Agavaceae. In: Gentry’s Rio Mayo Plants. Martin, P., D. Yetman, M. Fishbein, P. Jenkins, T. Van Devender and R. Wilson. Eds. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

McAuliffe, J. 1998. A 27,000 year record of vegetation change in the north-central Sonoran Desert. Palaeogeography, Paleoclimatology and Palaeoecology 141: 253-275. 

Ownbey, G., J. Brasher, and C. Clark. 1998. Papaveraceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 30(2): 120-132. 

Rebman, J. 1998. A new cholla (Cactaceae) from Baja California, Mexico. Haseltonia 6: 17-21. 

1997
Anderson, E. and W. Maurice.1997. Ariocarpus revisited. Haseltonia 5:1-20. 

Epple, A. and L. Epple. 1997. Field Guide to the Plants of Arizona. The Globe Pequot Press, Guilford, CT. 

Felger, R., M. Wilson, B. Broyles and G. Nabhan. 1997. The binational Sonoran Desert Biosphere Network and its plant life. Journal of the Soutwest 39: 411-560. 

Felger, R. and B. Broyles, Eds. 1997. Dry Borders. A special issue, Journal of the Soutwest 39: 303-860. 

Felger, R., M. Wilson, B. Broyles and G. Nabhan. 1997. The binational Sonoran Desert Biosphere Network and its plant life. Journal of the Southwest 39: 411-560. 

Hodgson, W. 1997. Agavaceae. In: Cactus and Succulent Plants. Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan. Ed. S. Oldfield. IUCN/SSC Cactus and Succulent Specialist Group. IUCN, Cambridge, UK. 

Steinmann, V. and R. Felger. 1997. The Euphorbiaceae of Sonora, Mexico. Aliso 16: 1-71. 

Starr, G. 1997. A revision of the genus Hesperaloe (Agavaceae). Madroño 44(3): 282-296. 

1996
Bogler, D. and B. Simpson. 1996. Phylogeny of Agavaceae based on ITS rDNA sequence of variation. American Journal of Botany. 83:1225-1235

Lindsay, G., J. Cota, M. Lee, L. Mitich, and F. Thrombley. 1996. The Taxonomy and ecology of the genus Ferocactus. Tireless Termites Press, San Diego. 

Rebman, J. 1996. Noteworthy collections. Arizona. Anthoceras agrestis Patton (Anthoceraceae). Madroño 43(4): 452. 

Slauson, L. 1996. A morphometric and pollination ecology study of Agave chrysantha Peebles and Agave palmeri Engelm. (Agavaceae). PhD. dissertation, Arizona State University, Tempe. 

1995
Bravo, H. y L. Scheinvar. 1995. El Interesante Mundo de las Cactaceas. Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia. 

Chamberland, M. 1995. Cactaceae. Echinocactus. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 13-14. 

Christy, C. 1995. Systematics of the Mentzelia (Section Bartonia) multiflora (Nutt.) A. Gray Complex (Loasaceae). Ph.D. dissertation. Arizona State University, Tempe. 

Hodgson, W. and L. Slauson. 1995. Agave delamateri (Agavaceae) and its role in the subsistence patterns of pre-Columbian cultures in Arizona. Haseltonia No. 3: 130-140. 

Levin, G. 1995. Euphorbiaceae. Acalypha and Cnidoscolus. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 18-24. 

Pinkava, D. 1995. Cactaceae. Cereoid Cacti. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 6-12. 

Rebman, J. 1995. Biosystematics of Opuntia Subgenus Cylindropuntia (Cactaceae, the chollas of Lower California. Ph.D. dissertation. Arizona State University, Tempe. 

Rebman, J. 1995. Simmondsiaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 63-64. 

Ricketson, J. 1995. Callitrichaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 15-16. 

Ricketson, J. 1995. Ceratophyllaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 17

Ricketson, J. 1995. Hippuridaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 25. 

Ricketson, J. 1995. Nymphaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 29(1): 26-28. 

Turner, R., J. Bowers and T. Burgess. 1995. Sonoran Desert Plants, an Ecological Atlas. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Wolden, L., J. Stromberg and D. Patten. 1995. Flora and vegetation of the Hassayampa River Preserve, Maricopa County, Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 28: 76-111

1994
Bogler, D. 1994. Taxonomy and Phylogeny of Dasylirion (Nolinaceae). Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin. 

Kattermann, F. 1994. Eriosyce (Cactaceae). A Genus Revised and Amplified. Succulent Plant Research Vol. 1. Royal Botanic Garden, Kew. 

Rice, K. 1994. Vegetation and Flora of the Superstition Wilderness Area, Central Arizona. Masters thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe. 

1993
Hodgson, W. 1993. Bixaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 27(2): 188-189. 

Landrum, L. 1993. Fagaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 27(2): 203-209. 

Moran, R. 1993. Crassulaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 27(2): 190-194. 

Sundell, E. 1993. Asclepiadaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 27(2): 169-187. 

1992
Daniel, T. and M. Butterwick. 1992. The flora of the South Mountains of south-central Arizona. Desert Plants 10:99-119. 

Elvander, P. 1992. Saxifragaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 26(1): 36-41. 

Felger, R. 1992. Synopsis of the vascular plants of northwestern Sonora, Mexico. Ecologico 2(2): 11-44. 

Felger, R., P. Warren, L. Anderson and G. Nabhan. 1992. Vascular plants of a desert oasis: flora and ethnobotany of Quitobaquito, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona. Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History, Number 8

Norman, E. 1992. Buddlejaceae. Vascular Plants of Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 26(1): 5-6. 

1990
Felger, R. 1990. Non-native plants of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona. Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, Department of the Interior, San 
Francisco. 

Nabhan, G., D. House, H. Suzan, W. Hodgson, L. Hernandez and G. Malda. 1990. Conservation and use of rare plants by traditional cultures of the U.S./Mexico borderlands. Chapter 7. In: Biodiversity, Traditional Management, and Development of Biological Resources. M. Oldfield, J. Alcorn, Eds. Westview, Boulder Press, Boulder. 

Van Devender, T, T. Burgess, R. Felger and R. Turner. 1990. Holocene vegetation of the Hornaday Mountains of northwestern Sonora, Mexico. Proceedings of the San Diego Society of Natural History 2:1-19. 

1989
Nabhan, G., W. Hodgson and Frances Fellows. 1989. A living on lava and sand? Hia Ced O'odham food resources and habitat diversity in oral and documentary histories. Journal of the Southwest 31(4):508-533. 

Nabhan, G., E. Monarque, P. Olwell, P. Warren, W. Hodgson, C. Duarte, R. Bittman and S. Anderson. 1989. A preliminary list of plants at risk in the Sonoran Desert of the U.S. and Mexico. Agave 3(3):15. 

1987
Nabhan, G., R. Greenhouse and W. Hodgson. 1987. At the edge of extinction: useful plants of the border states of the United States and Mexico. Arnoldia 46(3): 36-46. 

1985
Felger, R. and M. Moser. 1985. People of the Desert and Sea: Ethnobotany of the Seri Indians. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Parfitt, B. and W. Hodgson. 1985. Drymaria viscosa (Caryophyllaceae): correct author citation and range extension to the United States. Sida 11(1):96-98. 

Pinkava, D. and M. Baker. 1985. Chromosome and hybridization studies of agaves. Desert Plants 8(2): 93-100. 

Taylor, N. 1985. The Genus Echinocereus.  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 

Zimmerman, A.1985. Systematics of the genus Coryphantha (Cactaceae). Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin. 

1984
Cronquist, A., N. Holmgren, J. Reveal, and P. Holmgren. 1984. Intermountain Flora. Vascular Plants of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. Volume Four. New York Botanical Garden, Bronx.

1983
DeLamater, R. and W. Hodgson. 1987. Agave arizonica: an endangered species, a hybrid, or does it matter?  In: Conservation and Management of Rare and Endangered Plants Proceedings, pp. 305-310. California Native Plant Society. San Francisco. 

1982
Benson, L. 1982. Cacti of the U.S. and Canada. Stanford University Press, Stanford. 

Lehr, J. and D. Pinkava. 1982. A catalogue of the flora of Arizona, Supplement II. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 17(1): 19-26. 

Gentry. H. S. 1982. Agaves of Continental North America. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

Hodgson, W. 1982. Edible native and naturalized plants of the Sonoran Desert north of  Mexico. Masters thesis, 502 pp. Arizona State University, Tempe. 

1981
Hodgson, W., and M. Mittleman. 1981. Coronilla varia L. (Leguminosae), new to the flora of Arizona. Journal of Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 16(1):  6. 

Pinkava, D. 1979-1981. Vegetation and Flora of the Bolson of Cuatro Cienagas Region, Coahuila, Mexico (Part III). Bol. Soc. Bot. Mex. 41: 127-151. 

1980
Lehr, J. and D. Pinkava. 1980. A catalogue of the flora of Arizona, Supplement I. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 15(1): 17-32. 

Pinkava, D. 1980. Vegetation and Flora of the Bolson of Cuatro Cienagas Region, Coahuila, Mexico (Part II). Bol. Soc. Bot. Mex. 39: 107-127, 1980. 

1979
Pinkava, D. 1979. Vegetation and Flora of the Bolson of Cuatro Cienagas Region, Coahuila, Mexico (Part I). Bol. Soc. Bot. Mex. 38: 35-73, 1979. 

1978
Bravo, H. 1978. Las Cactaceas de Mexico. Vol. 1, 2nd ed. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Direccion General de Publicaciones. 

Gentry, H. S. 1978. The Agaves of Baja California. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences. No. 130. San Francisco. 

Lehr, J. 1978. A Catalogue of the Flora of Arizona. Northland Press, Flagstaff. 

1976
Earle, W. 1976. Cochiseia Earle, genus novum, Chochiseia robbinsorum  Earle, species nova. Saguaroland Bulletin 30(6): 64-66. 

1975
West, L., J. McLaughlin and W. Earle. 1975. Pilocereine from Lophocereus schottii formae monstrosus and mieckleyanus. Phytochemistry 14: 291-292. 

1972
Gentry, H. S. 1972. Agaves of Sonora. USDA Agricultural Handbook No. 399

1971
Pinkava, D., and M. McLeod. 1971. Chromosome numbers in some cacti of western North America. Brittonia 23(2): 171-176. 

1969
Benson, L. 1969. Cactaceae Lindl. In: Flora of Texas. C. Lundell and collaborators. Vol. 2. Texas Research Foundation, Renner, Texas. 

Benson, L. 1969. The Cacti of Arizona. 3rd edition. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 

1967
Gentry, H. S. 1967. Putative hybrids in agave. Journal of Heredity 58: 32-36. 

1963
Earle, W. 1963. Cacti of the Southwest. Desert Botanical Garden. 

1958
Blakely, E. 1958. Papago Park yields plant new to Arizona. Saguaroland Bulletin 12(1): 9. 

1956
Bravo-Hollis, H. and W. Marshall. 1956. A revision of the genus Toumeya. Saguaroland Bulletin 10(10): 112-119. 

1950
Marshall, W. 1950. Arizona’s Cactuses. Desert Botanical Garden of Arizona Science Bulletin No. 1.

 

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