Bibiography:  Reference Listing
for the Anacardiaceae


Barkley, F. A. 1937. A monographic study of Rhus and its immediate allies in North and Central America including the West Indies Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 24:265-498

Barkley, F. A. 1943. Anacardiaceae. In C. L. Lundell. Flora of Texas, Vol. 3, part II. Texas Research Foundation. Renner, TX.

Barkley, F.A. 1957. Generic key to the sumac family (Anacardiaceae) Lloydia 20:255-265.

Brizicky, G.K. 1962d. The genera of Anacardiaceae in the southeastern United States J. Arnold Arbor. 43:359-375.

Brizicky, G.K. 1963a. Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on the genus Rhus (Anacardiaceae) J. Arnold Arbor. 44:60-80.

Brooks, R.E. 1977. Poison ivy and poison oak in Kansas Bull. State. Bio. Sur. Kansas 4:1-38.

Frankel, E. 1991. Poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac and their relatives pistachios, mangoes, cashews The Boxwood Press, Pacific Grove, CA.

Gillis, W. T. 1971. The systematics and ecology of poison-ivy and the poison-oaks (Toxicodendron, Anacardiaceae). Rhodora 73:72-159; 161-237; 371-443; 465-540.

Gillis, W.T. 1975. Poison-ivy and its kin Arnoldia 35:93-123.

Lemke, D. E. 1992. Schinus terebinthifolius (Anacardiaceae) in Texas. Phytologia 72(1):42-44.

McNair, J.B. 1925. The taxonomy of poison ivy with a note on the origin of the generic name Publ. Field Columbian Mus., Bot. Ser. 4:55-70.

Reveal, J.L. 1990b. Minor new combinations in Toxicodendron (Anacardiaceae) Phytologia 69:275.

Simpson, B. J. 2000. Some sumacs of Texas. Native Pl. Soc. Texas News 18(1): 6-8

Turner, B. L. 1996a. Synoptical study of Rhus virens (Anacardiaceae) and closely related taxa. Phytologia 80(5): 368-376. Note: this volumen is marked May 1996 but was not published until February 1997.