Bibiography:  Reference Listing
for the Euphorbiaceae


Barrilleaux, Troy C. and James B. Grace 2000. Growth and invasive potential of Sapium sebiferum (Euphorbiaceae) within the coastal prairie region: the effects of soil and moisture regime Am. J. Bot. 87: 1099-1106.

Boughton, L.L. 1931. Croton capitatus as a poisonous forage plant. Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. 34:no page number given.

Burch, D. 1966. The application of the Linnaean names of some New World species of Euphorbia subgenus Chamaesyce Rhodora 68:155-166.

Carr, B. and P. McNeal. 1992. Manihot subspicata (Euphorbiaceae) new to Texas. Sida 15(2):347.

Carr, W. R. and M. H. Mayfield. 1993. Chamaesyce velleriflora (Euphorbiaceae) new to Texas. Sida 15(3):550-551.

Cory, V. L. 1945. A new Argythamnia from Texas. Madroño 8(3):91-92.

Ferguson, A.M. 1901. Crotons of the United States Rep. (Annual) Missouri Bot. Gard. 12:33-74.

Gandhi, K. N. and S. L. Hatch. 1988. Nomenclatural changes in Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae) and Chamacrista (Fabaceae). Sida 13:122-123.

Ginzbarg, S. 1992. A new disjunct variety of Croton alabamensis (Euphorbiaceae) from Texas. Sida 15(1): 41-52.

Ingram, J. 1967. A revisional study of Argythamnia subgenus Argythamnia (Euphorbiaceae) Gentes Herb. 10:1-38.

Ingram, J. 1980. A revision of Argythamnia subgenus Chiropetalum (Euphorbiaceae). Gentes Herbarium 11:437-468.

Jensen, U., I. Vogel-bauer, and M. Nitschke. 1994. Leguminlike proteins and the systematics of the Euphorbiaceae Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 81:160-179.

Johnston, M. C. 1958. The Texas species of Croton. Southwestern Naturalist 3:175-203.

Johnston, M. C. 1974. Studies of the Euphorbia species of the Chihuahuan Desert Region and adjacent areas. Wrightia 5:120-143.

Kapil, R.N. and A.K. Bhatnagar. 1994. The contribution of embryology to the systematics of the Euphorbiaceae Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 81:145-159.

Kinghorn, A.D. 1979. Cocarcinogenic irritant Euphorbiaceae. In: A.D. Kinghorn, ed;Toxic plants. Pp. 137-159 Columbia Univ. Press, New York.

Krochmal, A. 1952. Seeds of weedy Euphorbia species and their identification Weeds 1:243-255.

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

Mayfield, M. 1991. Euphorbia johnstonii (Euphorbiaceae), a new species from Tamaulipas, México, with notes on Euphorbia subsections Acutae. Sida 14(4):573-579.

Mayfield, M. 1993. New combinations in Chamaesyce A. Gray (Euphorbiaceae) from Texas and the Chihuahuan Desert. Phytologia 75(2):178-183.

McVaugh, R. 1944. The genus Cnidoscolus: Generic limits and intrageneric groups Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 71:457-474.

Miller, K.I. and G.L. Webster. 1967. A preliminary revision of Tragia (Euphorbiaceae) in the United States Rhodora 69:241-305.

Norton, J.B.S. 1900. A revision of the American species of Euphorbia of the section Tithymalus occurring north of Mexico Rep. (Annual) Missouri Bot. Gard. 11:85-144.

Nowicke, J.W. 1994. A palynological study of Crotonoideae (Euphorbiaceae) Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 81:245-269.

O'Kennon, B. 1991b. Euphorbia lathyris (Euphorbiaceae) new for Texas. Sida 14(4):609-610.

Park, K. 1998. Monograph of Euphorbia sect. Tithymalopsis (Euphorbiaceae) Edinb. J. Bot. 55:161-208.

Punt, W. 1962. Pollen morphology of the Euphorbiaceae with special reference to taxonomy Wentia 7:1-116.

Richardson, J.W. 1968. The genus Euphorbia of the high plains and prairie plains of Kansas, Nebraska, South and North Dakota Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull, 48:45-112.

Roberts, R. P. 1996. The Euphorbiaceae of Texas. Master's Thesis. Southwest Texas State University. San Marcos.

Rogers, D. J., and S. G. Appan. 1973. Flora Neotropica. Manihot and Manihotoides (Euphorbiaceae). Monograph No. 13. Hafner Press, New York.

Rogers, D.G. 1951. A revision of Stillingia in the New World Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard, 38:207-259.

Seigler, D.S. 1994. Phytochemistry and systematics of the Euphorbiaceae Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 81:380-401.

Shinners, L. H. 1949d. New names of Texas Chamaesyces. Field and Laboratory 17(2):69-70.

Shinners, L. H. 1952a. Addenda on Texas Chamaesyce (Euphorbiaceae). Field and Laboratory 20(1):24-26.

Shinners, L.H. 1956d. Argythamnia humilis (Engelm. & Gray) Muell.-Arg. var. laevis (A. Gray) Shinners, comb. nov Field & Lab. 24:38.

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

Subils, R. 1984. Una nueva especie de Euphorbia sect. Poinsettia (Euphorbiaceae) Kurtziana 17:125-130.

Takahashi, M., J.W. Nowicke, and G.L. Webster. 1995. A note on remarkable exines in Acalyphoideae (Euphorbiaceae) Grana 34:282-290.

Webster, G. L. 1967. The genera of Euphorbiaceae in the southeastern United States. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 48:303-430.

Webster, G. L. 1992. Realignments in American Croton (Euphorbiaceae). Novon 2:269-273.

Webster, G. L. 1993. A provisional synopsis of the sections of the genus Croton (Euphorbiaceae). Taxon 42(4):793-823.

Webster, G. L. 1994b. Synopsis of the genera and suprageneric taxa of Euphorbiaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 81:33-144.

Webster, G.L. 1956. Studies of the Euphorbiaceae, Phyllanthoideae II. The American species of Phyllanthus described by Linnaeus J. Arnold Arbor. 37:1-14.

Webster, G.L. 1970. A revision of Phyllanthus (Euphorbiaceae) in the continental United States Brittonia 22:44-76.

Webster, G.L. 1994a. Classification of the Euphorbiaceae Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 81:3-32.

Webster, G.L. and K.I. Miller. 1963. The genus Reverchonia Rhodora 65:193-207.

Wheeler, L.C. 1936. Revision of the Euphorbia polycarpa group of the southwestern United States and adjacent Mexico; a preliminary treatment Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 63:397-416.

Wheeler, L.C. 1941. Euphorbia subgenus Chamaesyce in Canada and the United States exclusive of southern Florida Rhodora 43:97-154, 168-205, 223-286.

Wheeler, L.C. 1943. The genera of living Euphorbiaceae Amer. Midl. Naturalist 30:456-503.