Bibiography:  Reference Listing
for the Araceae

Arridge, R. E. and P. J. Fonteyn. 1981. Naturalization of Colocasia esculenta (Araceae) in the San Marcos River, Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 26:210-211.

Birdsey, M.R. 1951. The cultivated aroids The Gillick Press, Berkeley, CA.

Bogner, J. and D.H. Nicolson. 1991. A revised classification of Araceae with dichotomous keys Willdenowia 21:35-50.

Buell, M.F. 1935. Acorus calamus in America Rhodora 37:367-369.

David J. Rosen 2000. Cryptocoryne beckettii (Araceae), a new aquatic plant in Texas Sida 19(2): 399.

Grayum, M.H. 1987. A summary of evidence and arguments supporting the removal of Acorus from the Araceae Taxon 36:723-729.

Grayum, M.H. 1990. Evolution and phylogeny of the Araceae Ann. Missouri. Bot. Gard. 77:628-697.

Grayum, M.H. 1992. Comparative external pollen ultrastructure of the Araceae and putatively related taxa Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 43:1-167.

Harper, R.M. 1936. Is Acorus calamus native in the United States? Torreya 36:143-147.

Lemke, D. E. and E. L. Schneider. 1988. Xanthosoma sagittifolium (Araceae) new to Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 33:498-499.

McIntire, M.S., J.R. Guest, and J.F. Porterfield. 1992. Philodendron poisoning - a delayed death. In: L.F. James, R.F. Keeler, E.M. Bailey, Jr., P.R. Cheeke, and M.P. Hegarty Poisonous plants: Proceedings of the third international symposium Pp. 515-520, Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames.

Wang, J.K., ed. 1983. Taro: A review of Colocasia esculenta and its potentials Univ. of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.