Bibiography:  Reference Listing
for the Liliaceae

Baker, H.G. 1986. Yuccas and yucca moths--a historical commentary Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 73:556-564.

Brackett, A. 1923. Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University. New Series--No. LXIX. I. Revision of the American species of Hypoxis Rhodora 25:120-147.

Brinkler, R. R. No Date. Monograph of Schoenocaulon. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 29(4):287-315.

Churchill, S.P. 1986b. Liliaceae. In: Great Plains Flora Association Flora of the Great Plains Pp. 1241-1258, Univ. Press of Kansas, Lawrence.

Cruden, R. W. 1999. A new subgenus and fifteen new species of Echeandia (Anthericaceae) from Mexico and the United States. Novon 9: 325-338.

Davies, D. 1992. Alliums: the ornamental onions Timber Press, Portland, OR.

Erhardt, W. 1992. Hemerocallis: Day lilies Timber Press, Portland, OR.

Fraser, S.V. 1939. Allium perdulce: A new Allium from Kansas Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. 42:123-126.

Freeman, J. D. 1975. Revision of Trillium subgenus Phyllantherum (Liliaceae). Brittonia 27:1-62.

Gates, R.R. 1917. A revision of the genus Polygonathum in North America Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 44:117-126.

Gould, F.W. 1942. A systematic treatment of the genus Camassia Lind Amer. Midl. Naturalist 28:712-742.

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

Holmes, W. C. and C. J. Wells. 1980. The distribution of Habranthus tubispathus (L'Her.) Taub in North America, Texas and Louisiana. Sida 8:328-333.

Ireland, R.R. 1957. Biosystematics of Erythronium albidum and E. mesochorum M.A. Thesis, Univ. Kansas, Manhattan.

La Frankie, Jr. J. V. 1986a. Morphology and taxonomy of the New World species of Maianthemum (Liliaceae). Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 67(4):371-439.

La Frankie, Jr. J. V. 1986b. Transfer of the species of Smilacina to Maianthemum (Liliaceae). Taxon 35:584-589.

Marsh, C.D., A.B. Clawson, and H. Marsh. 1915. Zygadenus, or death camas U.S.D.A, Bull. 125:1-44.

Mathew, B. 1996. A review of Allium section Allium Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England, U.K.

Mes, T.H.M, N. Friesen, R.M. Fritsch, M. Klass, and K. Bachmann. 1997 [1998]. Criteria for sampling in Allium based on chloroplast DNA PCR-RFLP'S Syst. Bot. 22:701-712.

Nixon, E. S. and J. R. Ward. 1981. Distribution of Schoenolirion wrightii (Liliaceae) and Bartonia texana (Gentianaceae). Sida 9:64-69.

Nixon, E. S., J. R. Sullivan, J. T. Brown, J. Lacey, and J. D. Freeman. 1970. Notes on the distribution of Trillium gracile and Trillium recurvatum (Liliaceae) in Texas. Sida 3:528-530.

Ownbey, M. 1950b. The genus Allium in Texas. Research studies of the State College of Washington 18(4):181-222.

Ownbey, M. and H.C. Aase. 1955. Cytotaxonomic studies in Allium I the Allium canadense alliance, Res. Stud. State Coll. Wash., Monogr. Suppl. 1-106.

Ownbey, R.P. 1944. The liliaceous genus Polygonatum in North America Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 31:373-413.

Ranker, T.A. and A.F. Schnabel. 1986. Allozymic and morphological evidence for a progenitor-derivative species pair in Camassia (Liliaceae) Syst. Bot. 11:433-445.

Robertson, K.R. 1966. The genus Erythronium (Liliaceae) in Kansas Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 53:197-204.

Sealy, J.R. 1954. Review of the genus Hymenocallis Kew Bull. 9:201-240.

Sherman, H. L. 1964. A systematic study of the genus Schoenolirion (Liliaceae). Ph.D. Disseration. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

Sherman, H. L. 1979. Evidence of misapplication of the name Schoenolirion texanum (Scheele) Gray (Liliaceae). Southwestern Naturalist 24:123-126.

Sherman, H. L. and R. W. Becking. 1991. The generic distinctness of Schoenolirion and Hastingsia. Madroño 38(2):130-138.

Trelease, W. 1911. The desert group Nolineae Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 50:404-443.

Webb, D.A. 1980. Leucojum. In: Tutin, T.G., V.H. Heywood, N.A. Burges, D.M. Moore, D.H. Valentine, S.M. Walters, and D.A. Webb, eds Flora Europaea 5:76-77, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, England, U.K.