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LITERATURE CITED AND OTHER REFERENCES

This section is meant to provide users with a comprehensive list of botanical resources concerning the flora of Alabama.  This is still a work in progress and will be continually amended.  Please contact me if you are aware of a paper that should be listed but is not present at this time.   --BRK

 


Literature Cited / References -- Initially compiled by Lawrence J. Davenport and Brian R. Keener, 2010. 

 

Allison, J.R. 1995. Threatened and Endangered Species: A "Lost World" in Bibb County, Alabama. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission. Fall. 14: 10-11.

Allison, J.R. 1996. A "lost world" in Bibb County, Alabama. Georgia Dept. Nat. Res., Georgia Nat. Her. Prog.

Allison, J.R. and T.E. Stevens. 2001. Vascular flora of the Ketona Dolomite outcrops in Bibb County, Alabama. Castanea 66: 154-205.

Baldwin, J.T. 1969. Roland Harper (1878-1966) and Jamesianthus alabamensis. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 96: 232-235.

Ballard, J.M. 1995. A vascular flora of the Talladega Ranger District of the Talladega National Forest, Alabama. M.S. thesis, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL.

Barber, J.P. 1986. A vascular flora of Jefferson County, Alabama. M.S. thesis, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL.

Barger, T.W., A. Cressler, B.D. Holt, and M. Medley. 2010. Asplenium abscissum Willd. (cutleaf spleenwort) in Alabama. American Fern Journal 100: 54-57.

Barger, T.W. and B.D. Holt. 2010. The vascular flora of the Indian Mountain Forever Wild Tract, Cherokee County, Alabama. Southeastern Naturalist 9: 327-346.

Barger, T.W. & B.D. Holt. 2015.  The vascular flora of the Red Hills Forever Wild Tract, Monroe County, Alabama.  Paysonia 4: 1-13.

Barger, T.W., B.D. Holt, L. Derry, and Jonathan Matthews.  2014.  The vascular flora of the Old Cahawba Forever Wild Track, Dallas County, Alabama.  Southeastern Naturalist 13: 288-316.  

Barger, T.W., H. E. Horne, D.D. Spaulding, B.D. Holt, A. Cressler, L.D. Estes, and B.M. Hughes. Noteworthy Collections: Alabama. Castanea 77: 257-269. [Fifty-seven taxa included.]

Barger, T.W., D.D. Spaulding, and B.D. Holt. 2013. The vascular flora of the Perdido River Forever Wild tract, Baldwin County, Alabama. Castanea 78: 119-133.

Barger, T.W. and D. Tenaglia. 2008. The vascular flora of the Coon Creek Forever Wild Tract, Tallapoosa County, Alabama. Southeastern Nat. 7: 527-540.

Barone, J.A. 2005. Historical presence and distribution of prairies in the Black Belt of Mississippi and Alabama. Castanea 70:170–183.

Barone, J.A., J.W. Beck, M.B. Potter, S.R. Sneed, K.E. Stephenson, & E.J. Dollar II. 2008. Distribution of canebrakes in 19th century Alabama. J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 79:1–11.

Barone, J.A. and J.G. Hill. 2007. Herbaceous flora of Blackland Prairie remnants in Missisissippi and western Alabama. Castanea 72: 226-234.

Bartram, W. 1791. Travels through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the extensive territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the country of the Chactaws; containing an account of the soil and natural productions of those regions, together with observations on the manners of the Indians. James & Johnson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Baskin, J.M. and C.C. Baskin. 1976. Delphinium virescens in Alabama. Rhodora 78: 554-555.

Baskin, J.M. and C.C. Baskin. 1984. On the historical occurrence of two cedar glade endemics in Alabama, and a discussion of Mohr’s yellow-flowered Leavenworthia. Castanea 49: 167-171.

Baskin, J.M. and C.C. Baskin. 1986. Distribution and geographical/evolutionary relationships of cedar glade endemics in southeastern United States. ASB Bull. 33: 138-154.

Baskin, J.M. and C.C. Baskin. 1986. Onosmodium molle subsp. occidentale in Tennessee and the Southeast. Castanea 51: 152-153.

Baskin, J.M. and C.C. Baskin. 1995. A floristic plant ecology study of the limestone glades of northern Alabama. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 122: 226-242.

Baskin, J.M. and C. Caudle. 1967. Petalostemon foliosus in Alabama. Rhodora 69: 383-384.

Baskin, J.M., D.H. Webb and C.C. Baskin. 1995. A floristic plant ecology study of the limestone cedar glades of northern Alabama. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 122: 226-242.

Batchelor, J.C. [Discussion of Gelsemium.] Trans. Medical Assn. Alabama (1853): 51-54.

Bates, F.A. 1853. Indigenous botany of Perry County. Trans. Medical Assn. Alabama (1853): 58-68.

Beadle, C.D. 1901. New species of thorns from the southeastern states. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 25-47.

Beadle, C.D. 1901. A shrubby oak of the southern Alleghanies. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 47-48. [Quercus boyntonii]

Bealde, C.D. 1901. Two drupaceous trees from Alabama. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 162-163.

Beadle, C.D. 1901. New species of thorns from the southeastern states II. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 51-137.

Beadle, C.D. 1902. Two drupaceous trees from Alabama. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1:162–163.

Beadle, C.D. and F.E. Boynton. 1901. Revision of the species of Marshallia. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 1-10. [Marshallia mohrii]

Beckett, S.W. 1980. An ecological study of Reed Brake Research Natural Area, Alabama. M.S. Thesis, Auburn University.

Beckett, S.W. and M.S. Golden. 1982. Forest vegetation and vascular flora of Reed Brake Reasearch Natural Area, Alabama. Castanea 47: 368-392.

Bostick, P.E. 1964. A geobotanical investigation of Chandler Mountain, St. Clair Co., Alabama. M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.

Bostick, P.E. 1967.  A Geobotanical investigation of Chandler Mountain, St. Clair Co., Alabama.  Castanea 32: 133-154.

Botanical Gazette. 1896. News. 22: 80. [Editorial note regarding; Mell, P. H., Jr. 1896. The flora of Alabama. Part V: Leguminosae and Rosaceae. Alabama Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 70: 276-296.]

Bowers, F.D., R.R. Haynes and S.L. Timme. 1989. New or rare mosses of Alabama north of the Coastal Plain and Piedmont. The Bryologist 92: 482-484.

Bowers, F.D., M. LeLong and A. Diamond. 1989. New or rare mosses of Alabama from the Piedmont and Gulf Coastal Plain. The Bryologist 92: 485-489.

Boyd, R.S. & C.D. Hilton. 1994. Ecologic studies of the endangered species Clematis socialis Kral. Castanea 59:31–40.

Boyd, R. S., A. Teem, and M. A. Wall. 2011. Floral biology of an Alabama population of the federally endangered plant, Xyris tennesseensis Kral (Xyridaceae). Castanea 76: 255-265.

Boyer, T and R. Carter. 2011. Community analysis of Green Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia oreophila) bogs in Alabama. Castanea 76: 364-376.

Brasher, J. L. 2010. Noteworthy Collections: Alabama. Castanea 75: 276. [Erythronium umbilicatum Parks & Hardin ssp. monostolom Parks & Hardin.]

Bridges, E. L. and S. L. Orzell. 1989. Lindera subcoriacea (Lauraceae) new to Alabama. Phytologia 67: 214-216.

Brodeur, K. R. 1999. A vascular flora of Jackson County, Alabama. M.S. thesis, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL.

Brooks, E.C.J. 1969. A checklist of vascular plants of the Holt Lock and Dam area, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. M.S. thesis, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A.

Brunton, D. F. 2016. Flat rock quillwort, Isoetes graniticola, a new lycophyte from the southeastern United States.  Rhodora 118 (975): 261-275.  

Brunton, D. F. and D. M. Britton. 1996. Noteworthy collections: Alabama and Georgia. Castanea 61: 398-399. [Isoetes hyemalis D.F. Brunton]

Bryson, C. T., R. Kral, J. R. Manhart. 1987.  A new species of Carex (Cyperaceae: section Oligocarpae) from the southeastern United States. 89: 357-363. [Carex impressinervia Bryson, Kral, and Manhart]

Bryson, C. T., R. F. C. Naczi and S. McDaniel. 1992. Notes on noteworthy records of Carex (Cyperaceae) from the southeastern United States. Sida 15: 125-135.

Bryson, C. T., J. R. MacDonald, and R. Warren. 1994. Notes on Carex (Cyperaceae) with C. godfreyi new to Alabama and C. communis and C. scoparia new to Mississippi. Sida 16: 355-361.

Bryson, C.T. and Paul Rothrock. 2010. Carex oklahomensis (Cyperaceae) New to Alabama, Georgia, and Lousiana, and Additional Records for Mississippi. J.Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 4: 347-348.

Buckley, S. B. 1843. Descriptions of some new species of plants. Amer. J. Sci. Arts. 45: 170-177.

Buckley, S.B. 1860. Description of several new species of plants. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 12:443–445.

Buckley, S.B. 1881. Quercus durandii, Buckley. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 33:121–122.

Bussey, M. G. 1983. Flora of Cheaha State Park. M.S. thesis, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL.

Cabell, P.H. 1855. Report on the botany of Dallas County. Trans. Medical Assn. Alabama (1855): 40-53.

Caddell, G.M. 1982. Plant resources, archeological plant remains, and prehistoric plant-use patterns in the central Tombigbee River Valley. Bull. Alabama Mus. Nat. Hist. 7. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A.

Campbell, J.J.N. and W.R. Seymour, Jr. 2013. Towards a revision of the Rudbeckia fulgida complex (Asteraceae), with description of a new species from the blacklands of southern USA. Phytoneuron 2013-90: 1-27.

Carter, R.E. 1999. Ecological land classification in the Southern Loam Hills of South Alabama: Longleaf pine ecosystems. Ph.D. dissertation, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Carter, R.E., M.D. MacKenzie, D.H. Gjerstad, and D. Jones. 2004. Species composition of fire disturbed ecological land units in the Southern Loam Hills of South Alabama. Southeastern Nat. 3: 297-308.

Case, F.W. and R.B. Case. 1976. The Sarracenia rubra complex. Rhodora 78: 270-325.

Catling, P.L. 1998. Synopsis of the genus Proserpinaca in the southeastern United States. Castanea 64: 408-414.

Chapman, A.W. 1887. Flora of the southern United States, 2nd ed., Suppl. Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., New York, U.S.A.

Christenson, A.S. and L.J. Davenport. 1997. Blanche Dean, naturalist. Alabama Heritage 45: 16-25.

Clanton, S.W. 1855. Report on the botany of Sumter County. Trans. Medical Assn. Alabama (1855): 32-40.

Clark, R.C. 1967. Andrachne phyllanthoides (Nuttall) Muell. on the Cumberland Plateau of Alabama. Castanea 32: 73-74.

Clark, R.C. 1969. A distributional study of the woody plants of Alabama. Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.

Clark, R.C. 1971. The woody plants of Alabama. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 58: 99-242.

Cocks, R.S. 1925. Catalogue of trees growing naturally in the vicinity of Sardis, Dallas County, Alabama. J. Arnold Arbor. 6: 187-195.

Croker, T. C., Jr. 1963. Challenge of the branch-bottoms in the longleaf forests of south Alabama. J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 34: 138-139.

Cronquist, A. 1980. Vascular flora of the southeastern United States, Vol. I. Asteraceae. Univ. North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

Crouch, V.E. 1997. The herbaceous-layer plant community in group selection openings and surrounding hardwood forest in a Tombigbee River floodplain, Choctaw County, Alabama. M.S. thesis, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Crouch, V. E. and M. S. Golden. 1997. Floristics of a bottomland forest and adjacent uplands near the Tombigbee River, Choctaw County, Alabama. Castanea 62: 219-238.

Dattilo, A.J. and B.R. Keener. 2017. Draba ramosissima (Brassicaceae) new to Alabama. Phytoneuron 2017-6: 1–5.

Datillo, A.J. and D. Nestor. 2011. Onosmodium bejariense var. subsetosum (Boraginaceae): First report for Alabama. Phytoneuron 2011-37: 1–4.

Davenport, L.J. 1979. Charles Mohr and Plant Life of Alabama. Sida 8: 1-13

Davenport, L.J. 1979. Vascular plant type specimens in the Mohr Herbarium, University, Alabama. Taxon 28: 567-571.

Davenport, L.J. and R.R. Haynes. 1981. Aquatic plants of Alabama II. Arecidae. Castanea 46: 291-299.

Davenport, L.J. 1988. A monograph of Hydrolea (Hydrophyllaceae). 1988. Rhodora 90: 169-208.

Davenport, L.J. 1994. The Alabama croton. Alabama Her. 33:52, 54.

Davenport, L.J. 1996. The Cahaba lily: Its distribution and status in Alabama. J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 67: 222-233.

Davenport, L.J. 2000. Nevius and Neviusia. Alabama Her. 57:46, 48.

Davenport, L.J. 2003. The black drink. Alabama Her. 69:45–46.

Davenport, L.J. 2007. Miss Julia’s fertile fern. Alabama Her. 86:44, 46.

Davenport, L.J. 2010. Mell versus Mohr: The great botanical Iron Bowl of 1896. Alabama Hertiage 97: 50-51.

Davenport, L.J. 2010b. In the footsteps of Gosse. Alabama Her. 98:51–52.

Davenport, L.J. 2011. Noteworthy Collections: Alabama. Castanea 76: 83. [Ranunculus ficaria L.]

Davenport, L.J. 2015. Beadle, Boynton, and Biltmore. Alabama Her. 117:60, 62.

Davenport, L.J.  2015.  From Cro-Magnon to Kral: A history of botany in Alabama.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 9: 397-431.

Davenport, L.J. & R.R. Haynes. 1981. Aquatic and marsh plants of Alabama II: Arecidae. Castanea 46:291–299.

Davenport, L.J. and G.W. Hubbs. 1995. Roland Harper, Alabama botanist and social critic: A biographical sketch and bibliography. Bull. Alabama Mus. Nat. Hist. 17: 25-45.

Davison, P.G. & A.R. Schotz. 1998. Additions to the bryophyte flora of Alabama from two Bibb County nature preserves, including first reports of Plagiochasma crenulatum and Trichostomum brachydontium east of the Mississippi River and other range extensions. Evansia 15:32–36.

Dean, B.E. 1961. Trees and shrubs in the Heart of Dixie. Coxe Publ., Birmingham, AL.

Dean, B.E. 1969. Ferns of Alabama, rev. ed. Southern University Press, Birmingham, AL.

Dean, B.E., A. Mason and J. L. Thomas. 1973. Wildflowers of Alabama and adjoining states. Univ. Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Dennis, W.M. 1982. Ecological notes on Jamesianthus alabamensis Blake and Sherff (Asteraceae) and an hypothesis on its endemism. Sida 9: 210-214.

Dennis, W.M., T.L. Goldsby and A.L. Bates. 1977. Selected aquatic and wetland plants of the Tennessee Valley. Tennessee Valley Authority, Muscle Shoals, AL.

Denny, A. 1851. Report on the indigenous botany of Clarke County. Trans. Med. Assoc. Alabama (1851):41–69.

Denny, A. 1852. Report on the indigenous botany of Clarke County [part 1]. Trans. Medical Assn. Alabama (1852): 41-69.

Denny, A. 1853. Report on the indigenous botany of Clarke County [part 2]. Trans. Medical Assn. Alabama (1852): 30-33.

Deramus, R. 1970. Studies on the flora of the vascular plants of Dauphin Island, Mobile County, Alabama. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

Diamond, A.R., Jr. 1987. A flora of the mesic ravines of the central Red Hills of Alabama. M.S. thesis, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.

Diamond, A.R., Jr. 2003. A checklist of the vascular plants of Pike County, Alabama. Castanea 68: 143-159.

Diamond, A.R., Jr. 2011. A checklist of the vascular flora of Crenshaw County, Alabama. Castanea 76: 64:82.

Diamond, A.R. 2013. New and noteworthy woody vascular plant records from Alabama. Phytoneuron 2013-47: 1–13. [Thirteen taxa included].

Diamond, A.R. 2013. New Cyperaceae and Poaceae Records From Alabama. Phytoneuron 2013-75: 1-18. [Seven taxa included].

Diamond, A.R. 2014. New and noteworthy vascular plant records from Alabama. Phytoneuron 2014-103: 1-10.  

Diamond, A.R. 2015.  Two species rediscovered in Alabama after 100 years.  Phytoneuron 2015-47:1-3. [Rhynchosia minima (L.) DC. & Ageratum conyzoides L.].

Diamond, A.R. 2015.  Asarum harperi: A new combination for a Hexastylis (Aristolchiaceae) taxon.  Phytoneuron 2016-10:1-4.

Diamond, A.R. 2015.  Range extension and first record of Fimbristylis perpusilla (Cyperaceae) for Alabama.  Phytoneuron 2016-10: 1-4.

Diamond, A.R. 2016.  New vascular plant county records from Alabama.  Phytoneuron 2016-70: 1-6.  

Diamond, A.R. and R.S. Boyd. 2004. Distribution, habitat characteristics, and population trends of the rare southeastern endemic Rudbeckia auriculata (Perdue) Kral (Asteraceae). Castanea 69: 249–264.

Diamond, A., C. Chapman and J. Brummett. 1998. Habranthus tubispathus (Liliaceae) new to the flora of Alabama. Sida 18: 353-355.

Diamond, A.R., J.K. England, and B. Dykes. 2013. New to Alabama: Pitted bluestem, Bothriochloa pertusa (Poaceae). Phytoneuron 2013-40. 1–5.

Diamond, A. and J.D. Freeman. 1993. A checklist of the vascular flora of Conecuh County, Alabama. Sida 15: 623-638.

Diamond, A.R. Jr., D.R. Folkerts and R.S. Boyd. 2006. Pollination biology, seed dispersal, and recruitment in Rudbeckia auriculata (Perdue) Kral, a rare southeastern endemic. Castanea 71: 226–238.

Diamond, A.R. and B.R. Keener. 2012. Three noteworthy additions to the Alabama Flora. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 6: 615-616. [Kickxia elatine (L.) Dumort., Ligustrum quihoui Carrière, Poterium sanguisorba L. muricatum (Spach) Rouy]

Diamond, A.R. Jr., H. El Mayas and R.S. Boyd. 2006. Rudbeckia auriculata infected with a pollen-mimic fungus in Alabama. Southeastern Nat. 5: 103-112.

Diamond, A.R., Jr. and M. Woods. 2007. Pteridophytes of Southeast Alabama. J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 78: 21-28.

Diamond, A.R. and M. Woods. 2009. Noteworthy collections: Alabama. Castanea 74: 440-443. [Fourteen taxa]

Diamond A.R., M. Woods, J.A. Hall, and B.H. Martin. 2002. The vascular flora of the Pike County Pocosin Nature Preserve. Southeastern Nat. 1: 45-54.

Diamond, A., M. Woods and H. Rundell. 1999. Epiphyllous hepatics from southern Alabama. The Bryologist 102: 309-313.

Dickens, R. 1974. Cogongrass in Alabama after sixty years. Weed Sci. 22: 177-179.

Dickson, C.C. 1992. A vascular flora of Little River Canyon, Alabama. M.S. thesis, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL.

Dietz, R.A. 1957. The historical ecology of Pike County, Alabama. ASB Bull. 4:11. [witness trees]

Dorr , L.J. & K.C. Nixon. 1985. Typification of the oak (Quercus) taxa described by S. B. Buckley (1809–1884). Taxon 34:211–228.

Duncan, R.S. 2013. Southern wonder: Alabama’s surprising biodiversity. Univ. of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A.

Dransfield, T.P. and M. Woods. 2004. The vascular flora of Dale County, Alabama. Southeastern Nat. 3: 495-516.

Earle, F.S. 1902. The flora of the metamorphic region of Alabama. Alabama Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 119: 43-120.

England, J.K. 2013. Crassula aquatica (Crassulaceae) rediscovered in Alabama. Phytoneuron 2013-1: 1-2.

England, J.K. and B.R. Keener. 2017. Sisyrinchium minus (Iridaceae) new to Alabama. Phytoneuron 2017-2: 1–4.

Essig, F.B. 1990. The Clematis virginiana (Ranunculaceae) complexin the southeastern United States. Sida 14: 49-68.

Estes, D., J. Shaw, and C. Mausert-Mooney.  2015.  Lysimachia lewisii (Primulaceae): a new species from Tennessee and Alabama.  Phytoneuron 2015-17: 1-15. 

Ewan, J. 1968. Roland McMillan Harper (1878-1966). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 95: 390-393.

Fairey, J.E. III. 1967. The genus Scleria in the southeastern United States. Castanea 32: 37-71.

Farmer, J.A. 1962. An ecological life history of Croton alabamensis E. A. Smith ex Chapman. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A.

Farmer, J.A. & J.L. Thomas. 1969. Disjunction and endemism in Croton alabamensis. Rhodora 71:94–103.

Fearn, M.L. and L.E. Urbatsch. 2001. Glochidion puberum (Euphorbiaceae) naturalized in southern Alabama. Sida 19: 711-714.

Flora of North America [FNA] Editorial Committee, eds. 1993+. Flora of North America North of Mexico. 15+ vols. Oxford Univ. Press, New York and Oxford.

Florez-Parra, S. & B.R. Keener. 2016.  Phegopteris decursive-pinnata (Thelypteridaceae), new to the Alabama (U.S.A.) flora. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 10(2): 501-503.

Foote, L.E. and S.B. Jones, Jr. 1989. Native shrubs and woody vines of the southeast. Timber Press, Portland, OR.

Fosberg, F.R. and E.E. Terrell. 1985. A recently established exotic in west Florida and Alabama (Hedyotis salzmanii or Oldenlandia salzmannii; Rubiaceae). Castanea 50: 49-51.

Freckmann, R.W. and M.G. Lelong. 2002. Nomenclatural changes and innovations in Panicum and Dichanthelium (Poaceae: Paniceae). Sida 20: 161-174.

Freeman, J.D. 1978. State record for Parnassia (Saxifragaceae) in Alabama. Castanea 43: 191-192. [Parnassia asarifolia Vent., Parnassia grandifolia DC.]

Freeman, J.D. 1987. Terrestrial Psilotum in east-central Alabama. Amer. Fern J. 77: 102-105.

Freeman, J.D., A.S. Causey, J.W. Short, and R.R. Haynes. 1979. Endangered, threatened, and special concern plants of Alabama. J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 50: 1-26.

Gaddy, L.L. 1984. Guide to the wetland plant communities of Fort McClellan, Alabama. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Atlanta, GA.

Gaddy, L.L. 1987.  Hexastylis shuttlerworthii var. harperi (Aristolochiaceae), a new variety of heartleaf from Alabama and Georgia.  Sida 12: 51-56.

Gemborys, S.R. and E.J. Hodgkins. 1971. Forests of small stream bottoms in the coastal plain of southwestern Alabama. Ecology 52: 70-84.

Gibbons, J.W., R.R. Haynes, and J.L. Thomas. 1990. Poisonous plants and venomous animals of Alabama. Univ. Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godfrey, R.K. 1988. Trees, shrubs, and woody vines of northern Florida and adjacent Georgia and Alabama. Univ. of Georgia Press, Athens.

Golden, M.S. 1979. Forest vegetation of the lower Alabama Piedmont. Ecology 60: 770-782.

Gosse, P.H. 1859. Letters from Alabama, (U.S.) chiefly relating to natural history. Morgan & Chase, London. [reprinted 1993, with introduction by H. H. Jackson III, Univ. of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa]

Gould, K. 1996. A new, disjunct variety of Spigelia gentianoides (Loganiaceae) from Bibb County, Alabama. Sida 17: 417-421.

Graham, S.A. 1975. Taxonomy of the Lythraceae in the southeastern United States. Sida 6: 80-103.

Gray, A. 1853. On the discovery of two species of Trichomanes in the state of Alabama, one of which is new. Amer. J. Sci. Arts (ser. 2) 15:324–326.

Gray, A. 1859. Neviusia, a new genus of Rosaceae. Mem. Amer. Acad. Arts (n.s.) 6:373–376.

Gunn, S.C. 1985. Flora of Alabama river bluffs in the Black Belt. M.S. thesis, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Hall, T.F. and W.T. Penfound. 1943. Cypress-gum communities in the Blue Girth Swamp near Selma, Alabama. Ecology 24: 208-217.

Hansen, C.J. 2003. A catalog and brief history of the lichen flora of Alabama. Evansia 20: 59-101.

Hansen, C.J. 2003. The John D. Freeman Herbarium (AUA): A history and catalogue of vascular plant type specimens. Sida 20: 1277-1287.

Hansen, C.J. and L.R. Goertzen. 2006. Cayratia japonica (Vitaceae) naturalized in Alabama. Castanea 71: 248-251.

Hansen, C.J., D.C. Pancake, and L.R. Goertzen. 2013. Vascular plant flora of the Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center, Alabama. Paysonia 2: 1-28.

Harbison, T.G. 1901. New or little known species of Trillium. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 19-24. [Trillium stamineum]

Harbison, T.G. 1902. Notes from a collector’s field-book. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 143-150.

Harbison, T.G. 1902. A sketch of the Sand Mountain [Alabama] flora. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 151-157.

Harbison, T.G. 1902. New or little known species of Trillium II. Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1: 158. [Trillium decumbens]

Hardin, E.D. 1978. Quantitative analyses of the vegetation and abiotic factors in a disjunct hemlock community in Alabama. M.S. thesis, University of Alabama, Huntsville.

Hardin, E.D. and K.P. Lewis. 1980. Vegetation analysis of Bee Branch Gorge, a hemlock-beech community in the Warrior River Basin of Alabama. Castanea 45: 248-256.

Harper, R.M. 1906. A December ramble in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Plant World 9: 102, 104-107.

Harper, R.M. 1906. Some more coastal plain plants in the Palaeozoic region of Alabama. Torreya 6: 111-117.

Harper, R.M. 1906. Notes on the distribution of some Alabama plants. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 33: 523-536.

Harper, R.M. 1906. The vegetation of Bald Knob, Elmore County, Alabama. Plant World 9: 265-269.

Harper, R.M. 1910. A botanical and geological trip on the Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in the coastal plain of Alabama. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 37: 107-126.

Harper, R.M. 1910. A few more pioneer plants found in the metamorphic region of Alabama and Georgia. Torreya 10: 217-222.

Harper, R.M. 1911. Ten days on a house-boat on Alabama rivers. Forest & Stream 76: 927-929, 970-972.

Harper, R.M. 1913. Economic botany of Alabama, part 1: Geographical report, including descriptions of the natural divisions of the state, their forests and forest industries, with quantitative analyses and statistical tables. Geol. Surv. Alabama Monogr. 8.

Harper, R.M. 1913. The forest resources of Alabama. Amer. Forestry 19: 657-670.

Harper, R.M. 1914. The pocosin of Pike County, Alabama, and its bearing on certain problems of succession. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 41: 209-220.

Harper, R.M. 1914. The aquatic vegetation of Squaw Shoals, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Torreya 14: 149-155.

Harper, R.M. 1916. A forest census of Alabama by geographical divisions. Suppl. to Geol. Surv. Alabama Monogr. 8.

Harper, R.M. 1919. The supposed southern limit of the eastern hemlock. Torreya 19: 198-199.

Harper, R.M. 1920. The limestone prairies of Wilcox County, Alabama. Ecology 1: 198-203.

Harper, R.M. 1922. A botanical bonanza in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 37: 153-160.

Harper, R.M. 1922. Some pine-barren bogs in central Alabama. Torreya 22: 57-60.

Harper, R.M. 1923. Some recent extensions of the known range of Pinus palustris. Torreya 23: 49-51.

Harper, R.M. 1924. A new heart-leaf and other interesting plants from Autauga County, Alabama. Torreya 24: 77-83.

Harper, R.M. 1928. Economic botany of Alabama, part 2: Catalogue of the trees, shrubs and vines of Alabama, with their economic properties and local distribution. Geol. Surv. Alabama Monogr. 9.

Harper, R.M. 1932. Erigenia bulbosa and some associated and related plants in Alabama. Torreya 32: 141-146.

Harper, R.M. 1934. Taxodium distichum in the Paleozoic region of Alabama. Torreya 34: 105-110.

Harper, R.M. 1935. Flora of Claiborne Bluff, Alabama. Bull. Amer. Paleontol. 23: 129-130.

Harper, R.M. 1936. Asarum and Hexastylis in Alabama and neighboring states. Castanea 1: 69-76.

Harper, R.M. 1937. A depressed outlier of the Cumberland Plateau in Alabama and its vegetation. Castanea 2: 13-18.

Harper, R.M. 1938. Botanical discoveries and writings of Charles Mohr. Unpubl. MS, Geological Survey of Alabama.

Harper, R.M. 1938. “Frost-flower” plants in Alabama. Torreya 38: 1-4.

Harper, R.M. 1939. Palms of the southern Appalachian region in Alabama. Castanea 3: 19-24.

Harper, R.M. 1939. The Alabama pocosin. Amer. Bot. 45: 53-58.

Harper, R.M. 1939. Granite outcrop vegetation in Alabama. Torreya 39: 153-159.

Harper, R.M. 1940. Supplementary notes on Hexastylis virginica. Castanea 5: 115-121.

Harper, R.M. 1941. Diversity of Erythronium in the eastern United States. Castanea 6: 1-6.

Harper, R.M. 1941. Some effects of cold on plants in Alabama in 1940. Torreya 41: 166-169.

Harper, R.M. 1942. Quercus macrocarpa in Alabama. J. Elisha Mitchell. Sci. Soc. 58: 60-64.

Harper, R.M. 1942. Natural resources of the Tennessee Valley region in Alabama. Geol. Surv. Alabama Spec. Rep. 17.

Harper, R.M. 1942. Croomia a member of the Appalachian flora. Castanea 7: 109-113.

Harper, R.M. 1943. Forests of Alabama. Geol. Surv. Alabama Monogr. 10.

Harper, R.M. 1943. Hemlock in the Tennessee Valley of Alabama. Castanea 8: 115-123.

Harper, R.M. 1944. Preliminary report on the weeds of Alabama. Geol. Surv. Alabama Bull. 53.

Harper, R.M. 1944. Notes on Plantago, with special reference to P. cordata. Castanea 9: 121-130.

Harper, R.M. 1945. Erythronium albidum in Alabama, and some of its relatives. Castanea 10: 1-7.

Harper, R.M. 1945. Plantago cordata: A supplementary note. Castanea 10: 54.

Harper, R.M. 1947. Preliminary list of Southern Appalachian endemics. Castanea 12: 100-112.

Harper, R.M. 1948. More about Southern Appalachian endemics. Castanea 13: 124-127.

Harper, R.M. 1948. Charles Mohr. Geol. Surv. Alabama Bull. 60: 31-33.

Harper, R.M. 1949. A fifth species of Erythronium in Alabama. Castanea 13: 49-52.

Harper, R.M. 1951. Death of Wolfgang Wolf. Castanea 16: 23-24.

Harper, R.M. 1952. Hemlock in Alabama: A supplementary note. Ecology 33: 128-129.

Harper, R.M. 1965. A botanical bonanza in the Black Belt [of Alabama]. J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 36: 67-73.

Harvill, A. M., Jr. 1950. Diphyscium cumberlandianum, a pre-Pliocene relic with paleotropical affinities. Bryologist 53: 277-282.

Harvill, A.M., Jr. 1951. The mosses of King Cove, Lawrence County, Alabama. Castanea 16:19–22.

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Haynes, R.R. 1977. The Najadaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 58: 161-170.

Haynes, R.R. 1978. The Potamogetonaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 59: 170-191.

Haynes, R.R. 1979. Revision of North and Central American Najas (Najadaceae). Sida 8: 34-56.

Haynes, R.R. 1980. Aquatic plants of Alabama I. Alismatidae. Castanea 45: 31-51.

Haynes, R.R. 1985. A new species of Najas (Najadaceae) from the southeastern U.S.A. Brittonia 37: 392-393.

Haynes, R.R. and L.B. Holm-Nielsen. 1987. The Zannichelliaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 68: 259-268.

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Jones, S.B., Jr. and D.E. Davis. Weeds of the lower coastal plain in Alabama. Weeds 11: 322-323.

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Keener, B.R. 2007. Noteworthy collections: Alabama. Castanea 72: 47-48. [Ammoselinum butleri (Engelm. ex. S. Wats.) Coult. & Rose, Smyrnium perfoliatum L., Baptisia perfoliata (L.) R. Br. ex. Ait. f.]

Keener, B.R. 2009. Noteworthy collections: Alabama. Castanea 74: 439. [Thelesperma filifolium (Hook) A. Gray]

Keener, B.R. 2010. Noteworthy collections: Alabama. Castanea 75: 500. [Hamamelis ovalis S.W. Leonard]

Keener, B.R. 2010. Book Review. Castanea 75: 150. [On Harper's Trail; Roland McMillan Harper, Pioneering Botanist of the Southern Coastal Plain by E.F. Shores]

Keener, B.R. 2012. Three vascular plant species new to Alabama. Phytoneuron 2012-73: 1–3. [Allium neapolitanum Cirillo, Arachis glabrata Benth., Ornithogalum nutans L.]

Keener, B.R. 2013. Two vascular plant species new to the Alabama flora. Phytoneuron 2013-61: 1-4. [Astragalus nuttallianus DC., Centaurium tenuiflorum (Hoffmanns. & Link) Fritsch ex Janch.]

Keener, B.R. and L.J. Davenport. 2007. A new name for the well-known Asplenium (Aspleniaceae) from Hale County, Alabama. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 103-108.

Keener, B.R. and L.J. Davenport. 2013. Rediscovery of Callirhoe papaver (Malvaceae) in Alabama (U.S.A.). J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 7(2): 835-839.

Keener, B.R. and L.J. Davenport. 2015. Change in taxonomic rank for a Hexastylis (Aristolochiaceae) taxon of the southeastern United States.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas  9: 317-318.

Keener, B.R. and L.J. Davenport. 2016.  Two new hedge-nettles (Stachys: Lamiaceae) from the Blue Ridge outliers of east central Alabama, U.S.A. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 10(2): 315-323.

Keener, B.R. and R. Kral. 2003. A new species of Solidago (Asteraceae: Astereae) from north central Alabama. Sida 20:1589-1593.

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Kral, R. 1966. Xyris (Xyridaceae) of the continental United States and Canada. Sida 2: 177-260.

Kral, R. 1973. Some notes on the flora of the southern states, particularly Alabama and middle Tennessee. Rhodora 75: 366-410.

Kral, R. 1976a. Additions to some notes on the flora of the southern states, particularly Alabama and middle Tenneesee. Rhodora 78: 438-456.

Kral, R. 1976b. A treatment of Delphinium for Alabama and Tennessee. Sida 6: 243-265. [Delphinium alabamicum Kral]

Kral, R. 1978. A new species of Xyris (Sect. Xyris) from Tennessee and northwestern Georgia. Rhodora 80:444–447. [Xyris tennesseensis Kral]

Kral, R. 1981a. Further additions to some notes on the flora of the southern states, particularly Alabama and middle Tenneesee. Rhodora 83: 301-315.

Kral, R. 1981b. Some distributional reports of weedy or naturalized foreign species of vascular plants for the southern states, particularly Alabama and middle Tenneesee. Castanea 46: 334-339.

Kral, R. 1982. A new phyllodial-leaved Sagittaria (Alismaceae) from Alabama. Brittonia 34: 12-17. [Sagittaria secundifolia Kral]

Kral, R. 1982. A new Clematis from northeastern Alabama. Rhodora 84: 285-291. [Clematis socialis Kral]

Kral, R. 1983a. A report on some rare, threatened, or endangered forest-related vascular plants of the South, vol. I: Isoetaceae through Euphorbiaceae. Technical Publ. R8-TP 2, USDA Forest Service, Southern Region, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

Kral, R. 1983b. A report on some rare, threatened, or endangered forest-related vascular plants of the South, vol. II: Aquifoliaceae through Asteraceae and glossary. Technical Publ. R8-TP 2, USDA Forest Service, Southern Region, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

Kral, R. 1987. A new “viorna” Clematis from northern Alabama. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 74: 665-669. [Clematis morefieldii Kral]

Kral, R. 1992. A new species of Fimbristylis (Cyperaceae) from the sandstone and granitic outcrops of Alabama and Georgia. Sida 15: 317-321. [Fimbristylis brevivaginata Kral]

Kral, R. 1996. Supplemental notes on Rhynchospora crinipes and related species in the section Fuscae (Cyperaceae). Sida 17: 385-411.

Kral, R. 1999. A revised taxonomy for two North American Rhynchospora (Cyperaceae) and for two North American Xyris (Xyridaceae). Novon 9: 205-219.

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Lelong, M.G. 1988b. Noteworthy dicots of Mobile and Baldwin counties, Alabama. Sida 13: 223-240.

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Mohr, C. T. 1889. The la[te]st addition to the shrubs of eastern North America. 1889. Garden & Forest 2: 592.

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