Bibiography:  Reference Listing
Texas Flora


Agriculture

Friend, W. H. 1942. Plants of Ornamental Value for the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Bulletin No. 609. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Aquatics

Everitt, JH; Escobar, DE; Webster, CF; Lonard, RI 2000. Light reflectance characteristics and film image relations among three aquatic plant species Texas Journal of Science, 52 (2) pp. 153-158, 2000

Lazarine, P. 1980 (1981). Common Wetland Plants of Southeast Texas. United States Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, Galveston, TX.

Checklist, flora

Beaty, H. E. 1978. A checklist of flora and fauna, Central and West Bell County, Texas. Published by author, Temple, TX.

Bray, W. L. 1905. Vegetation of the sotol country in Texas. Bulletin No. 60, Scientific series, No. 6, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Britton, N. L. 1890b. Contributions to Texas botany: Note on some plants collected by Mr. Frank Tweedy in Tom Greene Co., Texas. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 9:183-185.

Brown, L. E. 1991. Brazos Bend State Park plant list. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, TX. Mimeographed.

Brown, L. E. 1995. A checklist of the vascular plants of the Houston area. Mimeographed.

Brown, L. E. and C. D. Peterson. 1995. A checklist of the vascular plants of the Davis Hill State Park. Mimeographed.

Burgess, T. L. and D. K. Northington. 1981. Plants of the Guadalupe Mountains and Carlsbad Caverns National Parks. An annotated checklist. Contribution No. 107., Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, Alpine, TX.

Burlage, H.M. 1968. Index of plants of Texas with reputed medicinal and poisonous properties Published by the author, Austin, TX.

Butterwick, M. 1979. A survey of the flora of Enchanted Rock and vicinity, Llano and Gillespie Counties, Texas. In. Enchanted Rock, a Natural Area Survey No. 14, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin.

Carr, W. 1989. Preliminary checklist of vascular plants, Meridian State Recreation Area, Bosque County, Texas Unpublished September 1989 draft, copy in the library of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

Carr, W. 1994. Preliminary checklist of vascular plants, Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas Unpublished October 1994 draft, copy in the library of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

Carr, W. 1995. Preliminary checklist of vascular plants, Camp Bowie training site, Brown County, Texas Unpublished June 1995 draft, copy in the library of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

Clare, M. M. 1907. A flora of Bexar County, Texas. Ph.D. Disseration. The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.

Coffey, C. R. 1986. A floristic study of the La Copita Research Area in Jim Wells County, Texas. Master's Thesis. Texas A&M University, College Station.

Correll, D. S. 1972. Manual of the vascular plants of Texas: I. Additions and corrections. American Midland Naturalist 88:490-496.

Correll, D. S. and M. C. Johnston. 1970. Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas. Texas Research Foundation, Renner, TX.

Correll, D.S. and M.C. Johnston. 1972. Manual of the vascular plants of Texas: I. Additions and corrections Amer. Midl. Naturalist 88:490-496.

Cory, V. L. and H. B. Parks. 1937. Catalogue of the Flora of the State of Texas. Bulletin No. 550, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Cory, V.L. 1947b. Old World plants apparently recently introduced into Texas Madroño 9:64.

Coulter, J. M. 1891-94. Botany of Western Texas: A Manual of the Phaenograms and Pteriophytes of Western Texas. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium. Smithsonian Institution, Vol. 2, Washington, D.C.

Crosswhite, F.S. 1980. Dry country plants of the south Texas Plains Desert Pl. 2:141-179.

Engelmann, G. and A. Gray. 1845. Plantae Lindheimerianae: An enumeration of F. Lindheimer's collection of Texan plants, with remarks and descriptions of new species, etc Boston J. Nat. Hist. 5:210-264.

Engelmann, G. and A. Gray. 1850. Plantae Lindheimerianae, Part II An account of a collection of plants made by F. Lindheimer in the western part of Texas, in the years 1845-6, and 1847-8, with critical remarks, descr, Boston J. Nat. Hist. 6:141-240.

Everitt, J. H., D. L. Drawe & R. I. Lonard. 1999. Field guide to the broad-leaved herbaceous plants of south Texas: Used by livestock and wildlife. vii + 277 pp Texas Tech University Press: Lubbock, TX.

Fleetwood, R. J. 1973a. Plants of Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, Cameron County, Texas. United States Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. RF-2352000-11.

Fleetwood, R. J. 1973b. Plants of Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, Hidalgo County, Texas. United States Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. RF-2354600-11.

Flook, J. M. 1975. Additions and corrections to the flora of Texas. Sida 6(2):114.

Garrett, J. H. 1994. Plants of the Metroplex III. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Garrett, J. H. 1996. Howard Garrett's plants for Texas Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Gillespie, T. S. 1976. The flowering plants of Mustang Island, Texas--an annotated checklist. Texas Journal of Science 27(1):131-148.

Gould, F. W. 1962. Texas Plants - A Checklist and Ecological Summary. MP-585. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Gould, F. W. 1969. Texas Plants - A checklist and Ecological Summary. MP-585 Revised, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Gould, F. W. 1975a. Texas Plants - A Checklist and Ecological Summary. MP-585 Revised, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Hatch, S. L. and C. A. Clark. 1977. New plant distribution and extension records for Texas and the U. S. Southwestern Naturalist 22:139-140.

Hatch, S. L., K. N. Gandhi, and L. E. Brown. 1990. Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Texas. MP-1655, Texas Agricultural Experiment Sation. College Station.

Havard, V. 1885. Report on the flora of western and southern Texas Proc. U.S. Natl. Mus. 8:449-533.

Hill, S. R. 1981. Supplement to flora of the Texas Coastal Bend by F. B. Jones. Sida 9:43-54.

Johnston, M. C. 1988. The Vascular Plants of Texas: A List, Up-dating the Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas. Published by author, Austin, TX.

Johnston, M. C. 1990. The Vascular Plants of Texas: A List, Up-dating the Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas. 2nd ed. Published by author, Austin, TX.

Jones, F. B. 1961. Flowering Plants and Ferns of the Texas Coastal Bend Counties, Sinton, Texas. Welder Wildlife Foundation, Sinton, TX.

Jones, F. B. 1975. Flora of the Texas Coastal Bend. Welder Wildlife Foundation, Sinton, TX.

Jones, F. B. 1977. Flora of the Texas Coastal Bend. 2nd ed. Welder Wildlife Foundation, Sinton, TX.

Jones, F. B. 1982. Flora of the Texas Coastal Bend. 3rd ed. Welder Wildlife Foundation, Sinton, TX.

Jones, F. B., C. M. Rowell, Jr., and M. C. Johnston. 1961. Flowering Plants and Ferns of the Texas Coastal Bend Counties. Welder Wildlife Foundation, Sinton, TX.

Jones, S.D., J.K. Wipff., and P.M. Montgomery. 1997. Vascular plants of Texas: A comprehensive checklist including synonymy, bibliography, and index Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Lipscomb, B. L. 1978b. Additions to the Texas flora. Sida 7:393-394.

Lipscomb, B. L. 1984. New additions or otherwise noteworthy plants of Texas. Sida 10:326-327.

Lonard, R. I., F. W. Judd, and S. L. Sides. No Date. Annotated checklist of the flowering plants of South Padre Island, Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 23(3):497-510.

Lott, E. J. and M. L. Butterwick. 1980. Notes on the flora of the Chinati Mountains, Presidio County, Texas. Sida 8:348-351.

Lundell, C. L. 1961. Flora of Texas. Vol. 3. Texas Research Foundation, Renner, TX.

Lundell, C. L. 1966. Flora of Texas. Vol. 1. Texas Research Foundation, Renner, TX.

Lundell, C. L. 1969a. Flora of Texas. Vol. 2. Texas Research Foundation, Renner, TX.

Mahler, W. F. 1966. Keys to the Embryophyta of Taylor County, Texas. Southern Methodist University Bookstore, Dallas, TX.

Mahler, W. F. 1971a. Keys to the Vascular Plants of the Black Gap Wildlife Management Area Brewster County, Texas. Published by author, Dallas, TX.

Mahler, W. F. 1973a. Botanical survey of the Lake Monticella Area. Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX.

Mahler, W. F. 1984. Shinners' Manual of the North Central Texas Flora. Southern Methodist University Herbarium, Dallas, TX.

Mahler, W. F. 1988a. Shinners' Manual of the North Central Texas Flora. Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Incorporated, Fort Worth, TX.

Mahler, W. F. and B. Lipscomb. 1978. Additions and corrections to the flora of Texas. Sida 7(4):392-394.

Mahler, W.F. 1973b. Flora of Taylor County, Texas: A manual of the vascular plants with selected sketches Published by the author, Dallas, TX.

Mahler, W.F. 1980. The mosses of Texas: A manual of the moss flora with sketches Published by the author, Dallas, TX [currently available through BRIT].

Mathias, M.E. and L. Constance. 1970. Umbelliferae. In: D.S. Correll and M.C. Johnston Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas Pp. 1139-1169, Texas Research Foundation, Renner.

McAlister, W. H. 1988. An annotated list of the plants of the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge. Mimeographed.

McDougall, W. B. and O. E. Sperry. 1951. Plants of Big Bend National Park. United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.

Metz, Sister M.C. 1934. A flora of Bexar County, Texas Contr. Biol. Lab. Catholic Univ. Amer. 16:1-214.

Negrete, I. G., A. D. Nelson, J. R. Goetze, L. Macke, T. Wilburn, and A. Day. 1999. A checklist for the vascular plants of Padre Island National Seashore. Sida 18(4):1227-1245.

Nesom, G. L. and L. E. Brown. 1998. Annotated checklist of the vascular plants of Walker, Montgomery, and San Jacinto Counties, East Texas. Phytologia 84 (2): 107-153.

Nipper, V. M. 1940. Plants of East Texas. Technical Bulletin, Stephen F. Austin State Teacher's College 1:1-9.

Nixon, E. S., S. C. Damuth, and M. McCrary. 1987. Five additions to the Texas flora. Sida 12:421-422.

Palmer, E.J. 1920. The canyon flora of the Edwards Plateau of Texas J. Arnold Arbor. 1:233-239.

Parks, H. B. 1949. A list of plants reported to occur in Brazos County, Texas. (compiled between 1945-1949). Mimeorgraphed.

Peterson, C. D. and L. E. Brown. 1983. Vascular Flora of the Little Thicket Nature Sanctuary San Jacinto County, Texas. Outdoor Nature Club, Houston, TX.

Reed, M. D. 1997. Manual of the dicot flora of Brazos and surrounding counties. Master's Thesis. Texas A&M University, College Station.

Reeves, R. G. 1972. Flora of Central Texas. Grant Davis, Incorporated, Dallas, TX.

Reeves, R. G. 1977. Flora of Central Texas. (Revised) Grant Davis, Incorporated, Dallas, TX.

Reeves, R. G., and D. C. Bain. 1947. Flora of South Central Texas. The Exchange Store, Texas A&M University, College Station.

Reverchon, J. 1879. Flora of Dallas County, Texas Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 4:210-211.

Reverchon, J. 1880. Notes on some introduced plants in Dallas County, Texas Bot. Gaz. (Crawfordsville) 5:10.

Richardson, A. 1990. Plants of Southernmost Texas. Gorgas Science Foundation, Incorporated. Brownsville, TX.

Richardson, A. 1995. Plants of the Rio Grande Delta. University of Texas Press, Austin, TX.

Riskind, D. H. 1978. Noteworthy vascular plant records from Texas. Sida 7(4):394-396.

Rowell, Jr., C. M. 1949. A preliminary report on the floral composition of a sphagnum bog in Robertson County, Texas. Texas Journal of Science1:50-53.

Rowell, Jr., C. M. 1958. Provisional checklist of the flora of the Texas Panhandle. Mimeographed.

Sanchez, L.L. 1997. Vascular plant list of Fort Hood Military Reservation, Bell and Coryell counties, Texas The Nature Conservancy, Unpublished March 1997 update, copy in the library of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

Shinners, L. H. 1958a. Spring Flora of the Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Texas. Published by author, Dallas.

Shinners, L. H. 1972. Shinners' Spring Flora of the Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Texas. 2nd ed. W. F. Mahler (ed.). Prestige Press, Fort Worth, TX.

Shinners, L.H. 1949l. Early plant collections return to Texas Texas J. Sci. 1:69-70. [also published in Field & Lab. 17:66-68]

Simpson, B.J. and B.W. Hipp. 1984. Drought tolerant Texas native plants for amenity plantings. In: M.A. Collins, ed., Water for the 21st century: Will it be there? Center for Urban Water Studies, Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, TX.

Sperry, O.E., J. W. dollahite, J. Morrow, and G.O. Hoffman. 1955. Texas range plants poisonous to livestock Texas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 796.

Stanford, G. 1995. A chalkland prairie biome? In: Native Plant Society of Texas The tallgrass prairies and its many ecosystems Pp. 125-132, 1995 Symposium Proceedings, Waco.

Stanford, J.W. 1966. Species separation by pollen morphology of some Texas Mimosoideae M.S. thesis, Texas Technological College, Lubbock.

Stanford, J.W. 1971. Vascular plants of the three central Texas counties of Brown, Comanche, and Hamilton Ph.D. Dissertion, Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater.

Starbuck, T. J. 1984. The vascular flora of Robertson County, Texas. Master's Thesis. Texas A&M University, College Station.

Taylor, C. S. and R. J. Taylor. 1981. Plants new to Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Sida 10:223-251.

Todzia, C.A. 1998. The Texas plant collections of Mary Sophie Young Lundellia 1:27-39.

Veteto, G. H., C. E. Davis, R. V. Hart, and L. N. Lodwick. (Compilers) 1976. Tentative checklist of the vegetation of the Gus A. Engeling Wildlife Management Area and Anderson County, Texas. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, TX.(Mimeographed)

Walters, T. W. and R. Wyatt. 1982. The vascular flora of granite outcrops in the Central Mineral Region of Texas. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 109(3):344-364.

Whitehouse, E. 1936. Texas flowers in natural colors Published by the author, Dallas, TX.

Whitehouse, E. and F. McAllister. 1954. The mosses of Texas A catalogue with annotations, Bryologist 57:63-146.

Worthington, R. D. 1978. A revised floral inventory of the Franklin Mountains, El Paso County, Texas. Mimeographed.

Worthington, R. D. 1982b. Noteworthy collection: New Mexico-Texas. Madroño 29(3):217.

Worthington, R. D. 1989. An annotated checklist of the native and naturalized flora of El Paso County, Texas. El Paso Southwestern Botany Miscelleny No. 1, El Paso, TX.

Worthington, R. D. 1990. Additions to the flora of Texas from El Paso County. Sida 14(1):135-137.

Worthington, R. D. 1994. Checklist of the flora of the Big Bend Ranch State Natural Area with an account of UTEP Herbarium holdings. Mimeorgraphed.

Young, M. S. 1920. The Seed Plants, Ferns, and Fern Allies of the Austin Region. The University of Texas, Austin.

Classification, flora

Thomas, G.W. 1962. Texas plants - An ecological summary. In: F.W. Gould Texas plants -- A checklist and ecological summary, Texas Agric. Exp. Sta. Misc. Publ. 585:5-14.

Commercial

Parks, H. B. 1937. Valuable Plants Native to Texas. Bulletin No. 551. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Sperry, N. 1991. Neil Sperry's Complete Guide to Texas Gardening. 2nd ed. Taylor Publishing Company. Dallas, TX.

Terrell, A. P. 1989. (ed.) A garden book for Houston and Texas Gulf Coast. Fourth edition. Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, TX.

Welch, W. C. 1989. Perennial Garden Color for Texas and the South. Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas.

General

Azevedo, JCM; Jack, SB; Coulson, RN; Wunneburger, DF 2000. Functional heterogeneity of forest landscapes and the distribution and abundance of the red-cockaded woodpecker Forest Ecology and Management, 127 (1-3) pp. 271-283, 2000

Bomar, G.W. 1983. Texas weather Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Bradfield, H.H. 1957. The petroleum geology of Grayson County, Texas. In: Joint Activities Committee of the Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies, The geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson counties, Texas Pp. 15-49 The Dallas Geological Society and The Dallas Geophysical Society, Dallas, TX.

Bridges, E. L. and S. L. Orzell. 1989a. Additions and noteworthy vascular plant collections from Texas and Louisiana, with historical, ecological and geographical notes. Phytologia 66(1):12-69.

Brown, B.C. 1950. An annotated check list of the reptiles and amphibians of Texas Baylor, Univ. Press, Waco, TX.

Brown, L. E. and K. N. Gandhi. 1989. Notes on the flora of Texas with addditions, range extensions, and one correction. Phytologia 67:394-399.

Brown, L. E. and S. Marcus. 1998. Notes on the flora of Texas with additions and other significant records. Sida 18(1): 315-324.

Buckley, S. B. 1861. Description of new plants from Texas. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 448-463.

Buckley, S. B. 1862a. Descriptions of new plants from Texas. No. 2. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 5-10.

Buckley, S. B. 1883. Some new Texan plants. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 10:90-91.

Buckley, S.B. 1870. Remarks on Dr. Asa Gray's notes on Buckley's new plants of Texas Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 22:135-138.

Bullard, F.M. 1931. The geology of Grayson County, Texas Univ. Texas Bull. No. 3125.

Chambers, W.T. 1948. Geographic regions of Texas Texas Geogr. Mag. 12:7-15.

Collins, O.B., F.E. Smeins, and D.H. Riskind. 1975. Plant communities of the Blackland Prairie of Texas. In: M.K. Wali, ed;Prairie: A multiple view The Univ. of North Dakota Press, Grand Forks.

Correll, D. S. 1965. Some additions and corrections to the flora of Texas. Wrightia 3(7):126-140.

Correll, D. S. 1966a. Two new plants in Texas. Wrightia 3(8):188-191.

Correll, D. S. 1966b. Some additions and corrections to the flora of Texas. II. Brittonia 18(4):306-310.

Correll, D. S. 1966c. Some additions and corrections to the flora of Texas. III. Rhodora 68(776):420-428.

Correll, D. S. 1968. Some additions and corrections to the flora of Texas. Wrightia 6:74-78.

Cory, V. L. 1937. Some new plants from Texas. Rhodora 39(466):417-423.

Cory, V. L. 1939. Notes on Texas plants. Rhodora 41(492):561-563.

Cory, V.L. 1940. Six thistles recently introduced into Texas Madroño 5:200-202.

Cory, V.L. 1948a. Some first records of plant species collected in Texas Field & Lab. 16:82-89.

Cory, V.L. 1949. The disappearance of plant species from the range in Texas Field & Lab. 17:99-115.

DALLAS PETROLEUM GEOLOGISTS. 1941. Geology of Dallas County Texas Field & Lab. 10:1-134.

Davis, W.B. and D.J. Schmidly. 1994. The mammals of Texas Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Nongame and Urban Program, Austin.

Diamond, D.D. and F.E. Smeins. 1985. Composition, classification, and species response patterns of remnant tallgrass prairie in Texas Amer. Midl. Naturalist 113:294-309.

Diamond, D.D. and F.E. Smeins. 1993. The native plant communities of the Blackland Prairie. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 66-81, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Diamond, D.D., D.H. Riskind, and S.L. Orzell. 1987. A framework for plant community classification and conservation in Texas Texas J. Sci. 39:203-221.

Dixon, J.R. 1987. Amphibians and reptiles of Texas Texas A&M Press, College Station.

Ellis, M.D. 1975. Poisonous plants. In: M.D. Ellis, ed;Dangerous plants, snakes, arthropods & marine life of Texas Pp. 3-120 U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Fox, CW; Savalli, UM 2000. Maternal effects mediate host expansion in a seed-feeding beetle Ecology, 81 (1) pp. 3-7, 2000

Franzluebbers, AJ; Haney, RL; Honeycutt, CW; Schomberg, HH; Hons, FM 2000. Flush of carbon dioxide following rewetting of dried soil relates to active organic pools Soil Science Society of America Journal, 64 (2) pp. 613-623, 2000

Frewen, BE; Chen, THH; Howe, GT; Davis, J; Rohde, A; Boerjan, W; Bradshaw, HD Jr 2000. Quantitative trait loci and candidate gene mapping of bud set and bud flush in populus Genetics, 154 (2) pp. 837-845, 2000

Gehlbach, F.R. 1988. Forests and woodlands of the northeastern balcones escarpment. In: B.B. Amos and F.R. Gehlbach, eds Edwards Plateau vegetation: Plant ecological studies in central Texas Pp. 57-77, Baylor Univ. Press, Waco, TX.

Greer, J.K. 1935. Grand Prairie Tardy Publishing Company, Dallas, TX.

Griffiths, J.F. and R. Orton. 1968. Agroclimatic atlas of Texas-Part I. Precipitation probabilities Texas Agric. Exp. Sta. Misc. Publ. No. 888.

Hill, HSJ; Park, J; Mjelde, JW; Rosenthal, W; Love, HA; Fuller, SW 2000. Comparing the value of Southern Oscillation Index-based climate forecast methods for Canadian and US wheat producers Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 100 (4) pp. 261-272, 2000

Hill, R.T. 1887. The topography and geology of the Cross Timbers and surrounding regions in northern Texas Amer. J. Sci. (3rd series) 133:291-303.

Hill, R.T. 1901. Geography and geology of the Black and Grand prairies, Texas 21st Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, Part VII-Texas, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Holley, M.A. 1836. Texas J. Clarke & Co., Lexington, Kentucky, Reprinted 1885 by the Texas State Historical Association, in cooperation with the Center for Studies in Texas History, Univ. of Texas, Austin.

Keeney, T. and B. L. Lipscomb. 1985. Notes on two Texas plants. Sida 11:102-103.

Kirk, AA; Lacey, LA; Brown, JK; Ciomperlik, MA; Goolsby, JA; Vacek, DC; Wendel, LE; Napompeth, B 2000. Variation in the Bemisia tabaci s. 1. species complex (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) and its natural enemies leading to successful biological control of Bemisia biotype B in the USA Bulletin of Entomological Research, 90 (4) pp. 317-327, 2000

Lincecum, G. 1862. Agricultural ant of Texas J. Linn. Soc., Zoo. 6:29-31.

Lincecum, J.B.,E.H. Phillips, and P.A. Redshaw. 1997. Science on the Texas frontier: Observations of Dr. Gideon Lincecum Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

Lotrakul, P; Valverde, RA; De la Torre, R; Sim, J; Gomez, A 2000. Occurrence of a strain of Texas pepper virus in Tabasco and Habanero pepper in Costa Rica Plant Disease, 84 (2) pp. 168-172, 2000

Lundell, C.L. 1945. New phanerogams from Texas, Mexico and Central America Wrightia 1:53-61.

McGowen, J.H., T.F. Hentz, D.E. Owen, M.K. Pieper, C.A. Shelby, and V.E. Barnes. 1991. Geologic atlas of Texas, Sherman sheet Bureau of Economic Geology, The Univ. of Texas, Austin.

McWilliams, E. 1995. Phytogeographical implications of long term winter precipitation patterns in central Texas. In: J. Norwine, J.R. Giardino, G.R. North, J.B. Vald‚s, eds The changing climate of Texas: Predictability and implications for the future, Chapter 21 Pp. 294-299, GeoBooks, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Neralla, S; Weaver, RW; Lesikar, BJ; Persyn, RA 2000. Improvement of domestic wastewater quality by subsurface flow constructed wetlands Bioresource Technology, 75 (1) pp. 19-25, 2000

North, G.R. 1995. Global warming. In: J. Norwine, J.R. Giardino, G.R. North, J.B. Vald‚s, eds The changing climate of Texas: predictability and implications for the future, Chapter 13 Pp. 156-166, GeoBooks, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Oberholser, H.C. 1974. The bird life of Texas Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Packard, J.M. and T.L. Cook. 1995. Effects of climate change on biodiversity and landscape linkages in Texas. In: J. Norwine, J.R. Giardino, G.R. North, J.B. Vald‚s, eds The changing climate of Texas: Predictability and implications for the future, Chapter 23 Pp. 322-336, GeoBooks, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Peterson, R.E. 1995. Regional climate of Northwest and North Central Texas. In: J. Norwine, J.R. Giardino, G.R. North, J.B. Vald‚s, eds The changing climate of Texas: Predictability and implications for the future, Chapter 10 Pp. 92-121, GeoBooks, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Phelan, R. 1976. Texas wild, the land, plants, and animals of the Lone Star state Bookthrift, New York.

Pulich, W.M. 1988. The birds of North Central Texas Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

Reisfield, A.S. 1995. Central Texas plant ecology and oak wilt. In: D.N. Appel and R.F. Billings, eds Oak wilt perspectives: The proceedings of the national oak wilt symposium Pp. 133-138, Information Development, Inc., Houston, TX.

Renfro, H.B., D.E. Feray, and P.B. King. 1973. Geological highway map of Texas American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, OK.

Richardson, C.W. 1993. Disappearing land: Erosion in the Blacklands. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 262-270, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Riskind, D.O. and O.B. Collins. 1975. The Blackland Prairie of Texas: Conservation of representative climax remnants. In: M.K. Wali Prairie: A multiple view Pp. 361-367, The Univ. of North Dakota Press, Grand Forks.

Roemer, F. 1849. Texas with particular reference to German immigration and the physical appearance of the country Translated from the German by O. Mueller, Standard Printing Company, San Antonio, TX, Reprinted 1983 by the German-Texan Heritage Society, Texian Press, Waco, TX.

Rozas, LP; Zimmerman, RJ 2000. Small-scale patterns of nekton use among marsh and adjacent shallow nonvegetated areas of the Galveston Bay Estuary, Texas (USA) Marine Ecology Progress Series, 193 (-) pp. 217-239, 2000

Ruthven III, DC; Gallagher, JF; Synatzske, DR 2000. Effect of fire and grazing on forbs in the western South Texas Plains Southwestern Naturalist, 45 (2) pp. 89-94, 2000

Schmandt, J. 1995. Effects of climate change on biodiversity and landscape linkages in Texas. In: J. Norwine, J.R. Giardino, G.R. North, J.B. Vald‚s, eds The changing climate of Texas: Predictability and implications for the future, Chapter 17 Pp. 216-240, GeoBooks, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Schmidly, D.J. 1983. Texas mammals east of the Balcones fault zone Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

Schmidly, D.J., D.L. Scarbrough, and M.A. Horner. 1993. Wildlife diversity in the Blackland Prairies. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 82-95, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Sellards, E.H., W.S. Adkins, and F.B. Plummer. 1932. The geology of Texas, Vol. 1, Stratigraphy Bureau of Economic Geology, The Univ. of Texas, Austin.

Sharpless, M.R. and J.C. Yelderman. 1993. Introduction. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. xv-xvi, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Shinners, L.H. 1948b. Geographic limits of some alien weeds in Texas Texas Geogr. Mag. 12:16-25.

Shinners, L.H. 1953f. Botanical Notes Field & Lab. 21:164-165.

Shuler, E.W. 1934. Collecting fossil elephants at Dallas, Texas Field & Lab. 3:24-29.

Shuler, E.W. 1935. Dinosaur track mounted in the band stand at Glen Rose, Texas Field & Lab. 4:9-13.

Shuler, E.W. 1937. Dinosaur tracks at the fouth crossing of the Paluxy River near Glen Rose, Texas Field & Lab. 5:33-36.

Simpson, B.J. 1993. The modern urban blacklands: From tallgrass prairie to soccer fields. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 192-203, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Simpson, B.J. and S.D. Pease. 1995. The tall grasslands of Texas. In: Native Plant Society of Texas The tallgrass prairies and its many ecosystems Pp. 1-10, 1995 Symposium Proceedings, Waco.

Smeins, F.E. 1988. Grassland (savannah, woodland) regions of Texas--Past and present. In: A. Davis and G. Stanford, eds The prairie: Roots of our culture; foundation of our economy, Unpaged; Proceedings of the Tenth North American Prairie Conference, Denton, TX, Native Prairie Association of Texas, Dallas.

Smeins, F.E. and D.D. Diamond. 1986. Grasslands and savannahs of East Central Texas: Ecology, preservation status and management problems. In: D.L. Kulhavy and R.M. Conner, eds Wilderness and natural areas of the eastern United States: A management challenge, School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Nacogdoches, TX.

Spearing, D. 1991. Roadside geology of Texas Mountain Press Publishing Company, Missoula, MT.

Stephens, A.R. and W.M. Holmes. 1989. Historical atlas of Texas Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Strecker, J.K. 1924. The mammals of McLennan County, Texas Baylor Bull. 27:3-20.

Strecker, J.K. 1926a. The mammals of McLennan County, Texas (supplementary notes) Contr. Baylor Univ. Mus. 9:1-15.

Tamayo, C; Richardson, MA; Diamond, S; Skoda, I 2000. The chemistry and biological activity of herbs used in Flor-Essence(TM) herbal tonic and Essiac(TM) Phytotherapy Research, 14 (1) pp. 1-14, 2000

Thompson, C.M. 1993. More from less: Greater demand from fewer acres of productive soils. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 252-261, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

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History

Berlandier, J.L. 1980. Journey to Mexico during the years 1826-1834 2 vols. (translated by S.M Ohlendorf et al.; introduction by C.H. Muller), The Texas State Historical Association, Austin.

Blankinship, J.W. 1907. Plantae Lindheimerianae. Part III Rep. (Annual) Missouri Bot. Gard. 18:123-223.

Bolton, H.E. 1914. Athanase De Mezieres and the Louisiana-Texas frontier 1768-1780 2 vols, Arthur H. Clark Co., Cleveland, Ohio.

Breeden, J. O. 1994. A long ride in Texas, the explorations of John Leonard Riddell. (Ed. J. O. Breeden). Texas A&M University Press, College Station, TX.

Britton, N. L. 1887. A list of plants collected by Miss Mary B. Croft, 1884-85, at San Diego, Texas, near the headwaters of the Rio Dulce. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 7:7-14.

Britton, N. L. 1890a. Contributions to Texas botany: additions to the list of plants collected by Miss Mary B. Croft at San Diego, Texas. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 9:181-183.

Brooke, J. 1848, 1849. From a collection of 22 letters (originals and transcriptions) written from 1848-1860 by Dr. John Brooke, one of the first settlers of Grayson County, Texas In the collection of the Red River Historical Museum, Sherman, TX.

Bryant, V.M. Jr. 1977. A 16,000 year pollen record of vegetational change in central Texas Palynology 1:143-156.

Burkhalter, L.W. 1965. Gideon Lincecum, 1793-1874: A biography Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Carleton, M. A. 1892. Observations of the native plants of Oklahoma Territory and adjacent districts. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium. Smithonsian Instituion 1(6):220-232.

Correll, D.S. 1971. Lloyd Herbert Shinners--A portrait Brittonia 23:101-104.

Crenshaw, T.C. 1983. Texas blackland heritage Texian Press, Waco, TX.

Davis, T.D. 1997. Benny J. Simpson Sida 17:855-860.

Dilcher, D. 1998. The geological history of the SE United States and its influence upon the vegetation Flora of the Southeast US Symposium, Botanical Research Institute of Texas, 23-25 April 1998, Abstract.

Flook, J.M. 1973. Guide to the botanical contributions of Lloyd H. Shinners (1918-1971) Sida 5:137-179.

Flook, J.M. 1974. Eula Whitehouse (1892-1974) Sida 5:354.

Francaviglia, R.V. (forthcoming). The cast iron forest: A natural and cultural history of the North American Cross Timbers Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Geiser, S. W. 1930. Naturalists of the Frontier. VII. Thomas Drummond. Southwest Review 15:478-512.

Geiser, S. W. 1935. Charles Wright's 1849 botanical collecting-trip from San Antonio to El Paso; with type-localities for new species. Field and Laboratory 4:23-32.

Geiser, S. W. 1942. John Allen Veatch. In Texas Collection (W. P. Webb). The Southwestern Historical Quarterly 46:167-174.

Geiser, S. W. 1947. Greenleaf Cilley Nealley (1846-1896), Texas Botanist. Field and Laboratory 15:41-46.

Geiser, S. W. 1948. Naturalists of the Frontier. 2nd ed. University Press in Dallas. Dallas, TX.

Geiser, S. W. 1958. Men of Science in Texas, 1820-1880. Field and Laboratory 26:86-139.

Geiser, S. W. 1959a. Men of Science in Texas, 1820-1880. II. Field and Laboratory 27:20-48.

Geiser, S. W. 1959b. Men of Science in Texas 1820-1880. III. Field and Laboratory 27:81-96.

Geiser, S. W. 1959c. Men of Science in Texas 1820-1880. IV. Field and Laboratory 27:110-160.

Geiser, S. W. 1959d. Men of Science in Texas, 1820-1880. Field and Laboratory 27:163-256.

Geiser, S.W. 1945. Horticulture and horticulturists in early Texas Southern Methodist Univ. Press, Dallas, TX.

Ginsburg, R. 1998. Lloyd Herbert Shinners: A biography Unpublished October 1998 draft, copy in the library of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

Goodman, G.J. and C.A. Lawson. 1995. Retracing Major Stephen H. Long's 1820 expedition Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Goyne, M.A. 1991. A life among the Texas flora: Ferdinand Lindheimer's letters to George Engelmann Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

Hall, E. 1873. Plantae Texanae: A list of the plants collected in eastern Texas in 1872, and distributed to subscribers Published by the author, Salem, MA.

Hallmark, T.C. 1993. The nature and origin of the Blackland soils. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 41-47, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Harris, MK 2001. IPM, what has it delivered? A Texas case history emphasizing cotton, sorghum, and pecan Plant Disease, 85 (2) pp. 112-121, 2001

Hayward, O.T. and J.C. Yelderman. 1991. A field guide to the Blackland Prairie of Texas, from frontier to heartland in one long century Program for Regional Studies, Baylor Univ., Waco, TX.

Hayward, O.T., P.N. Dolliver, D.L. Amsbury, and J.C. Yelderman. 1992. A field guide to the Grand Prairie of Texas, land, history, culture Program for Regional Studies, Baylor Univ., Waco, TX.

Herman, W. C. 1915. The botany of Texas: an account of botanical investigations in Texas and adjoining territory. Bulletin of the University of Texas, No. 18, Austin.

Holzinger, J. M. 1892. List of plants collected by C. S. Sheldon and M. A. Carleton in the Indian Territory in 1891. II. M. A. Cartleton's collection. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium. Smithsonian Instituion 1(6):202-219.

Ikin, A. 1841. Texas: Its history, topography, agriculture, commerce, and general statistics Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, London, England, U.K, Reprinted in 1964 by Texian Press, Waco, TX.

Jovet, P. and R. Willmann. 1957. Tr‚cul, botaniste fran‡ais. In: Les botanistes fran‡ais in Am‚rique du Nord avant 1850 Pp. 83-106 Paris.

Kendall, G.W. 1845. Narrative of an expedition across the great southwestern prairies from Texas to Santa Fe 2 vols, David Bogue, London, England, U.K, Readex Microprint Corporation, 1966, [Originally published in New York in 1844 as Narrative of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition].

Kennedy, W. 1841. The rise, progress, and prospects of the Republic of Texas London, Reprinted in one volume by Molyneaux Craftsmen, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas, 1925.

Kiphart, T. 1997. Benny Simpson's plant legacy Sida 17:853-854, Originally published 1997 in Native Pl. Soc. Texas News 15(2):9.

Lincecum, J.B. and E.H. Phillips. 1994. Adventures of a frontier naturalist: The life and times of Dr. Gideon Lincecum Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

Mahler, W.F. 1971b. Lloyd Herbert Shinners 1918-1971 Sida 4:228-231.

Marriott, A.L. 1943. The Cross Timbers as a cultural barrier. Texas Geogr. Mag. 7:14-20.

Marryat, F. 1843. The travels and romantic adventures of Monsieur violet, 3 vols Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, London, England, U.K.

Mcleroy, S.S. 1993. Black Land, Red River, a pictorial history of Grayson County, Texas The Donning Company Publishers, Virginia Beach, VA.

McVaugh, R. 1946. The southwestern travels and plant-collections of G. C. Nealley, 1887-1892. Field and Laboratory 14:70-88.

Montgomery, J.A. 1993. The nature and origin of the blackland prairies of Texas. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 24-40, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Nokes, J. 1997. In memoriam, Benny J. Simpson (29 February 1928-27 December 1996) Sida 17:850-852, Originally published 1997 in Native Pl. Soc. Texas News 15(2):1, 8.

Norton, J. B. S. 1898. Joseph F. Joor. Botanical Gazette

Parker, W.B. 1856. Through unexplored Texas [notes taken during the 1854 Marcy Expedition] Hayes and Zell, Philadelphia, Reprinted 1990 by the Texas State Historical Association, Austin.

Pickens, M.A. 1997. Benny Simpson's legacy to NPSOT Sida 17:852-853, Originally published 1997 in Native Pl. Soc. Texas News 15(2):2.

Pool, W.C. 1964. Bosque territory: A history of an agrarian community Chaparral Press, Kyle, Texas.

Rowell, C.M., Jr. 1972. Lloyd Herbert Shinners, 1918-1971 In Memoriam, Texas J. Sci. 24:266-271.

Shaw, E.A. 1987. Charles Wright on the boundary, 1849-1852, or, Plantae Wrightianae revisited Meckler Publishing Corp., Westport, CT.

Shinners, L. H. 1949c. Early plant collections return to Texas. Field and Laboratory 17(2):66-68.

Smythe, D.P. 1852. A journal of the travels of D. Port Smythe, M.D., of Centerville, Texas, from that place to the mouth of the Palo Pinto, on the upper Brazos Originally published in the Leon Weekly (Centerville in Leon Co., TX) from June 9 to July 14, 1852, Reprinted in Texas Geogr. Mag. 6(2):3-20, 1942

Stahle, D.W. and M.K. Cleaveland. 1988. Texas drought history reconstructed and analyzed from 1698 to 1980 J. Climate 1:59-74.

Stahle, D.W. and M.K. Cleaveland. 1992. Reconstruction and analysis of spring rainfall over the southeastern U.S. for the past 1000 years Bull. Amer. Meterological Soc. 73:1947-1961.

Stahle, D.W. and M.K. Cleaveland. 1995. Texas paleoclimatic data from daily to millennial time scales. In: J. Norwine, J.R. Giardino, G.R. North, J.B. Vald‚s, eds The changing climate of Texas: Predictability and implications for the future, Chapter 7 Pp. 49-69, GeoBooks, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Strecker, J.K. 1926b. The extension of the range of the nine-banded armadillo J. Mamm. 7:206-210.

Strickland, S.S. and J.W. Fox. 1993. Prehistoric environmental adaptations in the Blackland Prairie. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 96-121, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

Thurber, G. 1855. The characters of some new genera and species of plants in a collections made by George Thurber, Esq., of the late Mexican Boundary Commission, chiefly in New Mexico and Sonora. In. A. Gray. Plantae Novae Thurberianae. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, New Series 5(2):297-328.

Torrey, J. 1858 (. Botany of the boundary. In. W. H. Emory. Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey, Vol. 2. A.O.P. Nicholson, Washington, D.C.

Winkler, C. H. 1915. The Botany of Texas, An Account of Botanical Investigation in Texas and Adjoing Territory. Flora of Texas, Vol. 2, part I. Texas Research Foundation. Renner, TX.

Natural History

Brawand, H. 1984. Characteristics of the soil of Coit Meadow, a relict area of Blackland Prairie in Collin County, Texas Wrightia 7:257-265.

Burleson, M.F. 1993. The vanished tallgrass prairie: what we have lost, what we have gained. In: M.R. Sharpless and J.C. Yelderman, eds The Texas Blackland Prairie, land, history, and culture Pp. 281-297, Baylor Univ. Program for Regional Studies, Waco, TX.

New Records

Brown, L. E. 1986a. Thaspium trifoliatum (Apiaceae) and Ranunculus marginatus (Ranunculaceae) new to Texas. Sida 11:488.

Brown, L.E. 1984. Carex rosea (Cyperaceae), Trifolium lappaceum (Fabaceae) and Aira caryophyllea (Poaceae) new to Texas Sida 10:263-264.

Cory, V.L. 1950. Additional records of plants introduced into Texas Field & Lab. 18:89-92.

Neill, A. K. 1999. Vicia lutea (Fabaceae) new to Texas. Sida: 18(4) 1265-1266.

Nomenclature

Mahler, W. F. 1987b. New combinations and notes on the North Central Texas flora. Sida 12:250-251.

Pteridophytes

Bush, B. F. 1903. A list of the ferns of Texas. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 30(6):343-358.

Correll, D. S. 1949. A preliminary survey of the distribution of Texas Pteriodphyta. Wrightia 1(5):247-278.

Correll, D. S. 1956. Ferns and Fern Allies of Texas. Texas Research Foundation, Renner, TX.

Reverchon, J. 1903. Fern flora of Texas. Fern Bulletin 2:33-38.

Roach, A. W. and B. B. Harris. 1952. Sand hill ferns of Henderson County, Texas. American Fern Journal 42:13-15.

Rare-Endangered

Carr, B., N. Damude, M. Lindsay. 1993. Endangered, Threatened and Watch Lists of Texas Plants. 3rd revision. (eds.)Publication No. 9. Texas Organization for Endangered Species, Austin.

Hayes, T. 1992. Endangered, threatened, and watch list of natural communities of Texas. Publication No. 8. Texas Organization for Endangered Species, Austin.

Longley, G. 1996. An introduction to the Edwards Aquifer Texas Organization for Endangered Species News and Notes, Spring-Fall 1996 issue, Pp. 15-17.

Mahler, W. F. 1981a. Notes on rare Texas and Oklahoma plants. Sida 9(1):76-86.

Mahler, W. F. 1981b. Field studies of Texas endemics. Sida 9(2):176-181.

TOES (Texas Organization for Endangered Species). 1992. Endangered, threatened, and watch list of natural communities of Texas Publ. No. 8, Texas Organization for Endangered Species, Austin.

TTOES (Texas Organization for Endangered Species). 1993. Endangered, threatened and watch lists of Texas plants Publ. No. 9, Texas Organization for Endangered Species, Austin.

Vegetation

Amos, B. B. and F. R. Gehlbach. 1988. Edwards Plateau Vegetation. Baylor University Press, Waco, TX.

Amos, B.B. and C.M. Rowell, Jr. 1988. Floristic geography of woody and endemic plants. In: B.B. Amos and F.R. Gehlbach, eds Edwards Plateau vegetation: Plant ecological studies in central Texas Pp. 25-42, Baylor Univ. Press, Waco, TX.

Anonymous. 1950. Native flora of Texas. Texas Highway Department (Division of Maintenance operations), Landscape Operations Division, Austin.

Box, T.W. and F.W. Gould. 1959. An analysis of the grass vegetation of Texas SouthW. Naturalist 3:124-129.

Clover, E. 1937. Vegetational survey of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Madroño 4:41-72.

Darton, N. H. et al. 1937. Geologic map of Texas. U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey.

Diamond, D. D. 1980. Remnant plant communities of the Fayette Prairie, Texas. M.S.Thesis, Texas A&M University.

Diamond, D. D., D. H. Riskind, and S. L. Orzell. 1988. A framework for plant community classification and conservation in Texas. Texas Journal of Science 39(3):203-221.

Dyksterhuis, E. J. 1946. The vegetation of the Fort Worth Plains Prairie. Ecological Monographs 16:1-29.

Dyksterhuis, E. J. 1948. The vegetation of Western Cross Timbers. Ecological Monographs 18(3):325-376.

Fonteyn, P.J., M.W. Stone, M.A. Yancy, J.T. Baccus, and N.M. Nadkarni. 1988. Determination of community structure by fire. In: B.B. Amos and F.R. Gehlbach, eds Edwards Plateau vegetation: Plant ecological studies in central Texas Pp. 79-90, Baylor Univ. Press, Waco, TX.

Harcombe, P. A. and P. L. Marks. 1979. Forest vegetation of the Big Thicket National Preserve: report. Report to Office of Natural Sciences, Southwest Region, National Park Service, Santa Fe, NM.

Hill, S. R. 1982. Distributional and nomenclatural notes on the flora of the Texas Coastal Bend. Sida 9:309-326.

Johnson, E. H. 1931. The Natural Regions of Texas. Research Monograph No. 8. Bureau of Business Research. Bulletin No. 3113, The University of Texas The University of Texas, Austin.

Jordan, T.G. 1973. Pioneer evaluation of vegetation in frontier Texas Southw. Historical Quart. 76:233-254.

Kennemer, G.W. 1987. A quantitative analysis of the vegetation on the Dallas County White Rock Escarpment Sida, Bot. Misc. 1:1-10.

Laws, W.D. 1962. The soils and vegetation of a relict area of Blackland Prairie Part 1: An investigation of the soils of the Stults Meadow, a relict area of Blackland Prairie, Wrightia 2:229-241.

Lonard, R. I. and F. W. Judd. 1981. The Terrestrial Flora of South Padre Island. Miscellaneous Papers No. 6. Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas, Austin.

Lonard, RI; Judd, FW; Everitt, JH; Escobar, DE; Davis, MR; Crawford, MM; Desai, MD 2000. Evaluation of color-infrared photography for distinguishing annual changes in riparian forest vegetation of the lower Rio Grande in Texas Forest Ecology and Management, 128 (1-2) pp. 75-81, 2000

Marietta, K. L. 1979. Vegetation of three upland communities in East Texas. Master's Thesis. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX.

Marks, P. L. and P. A. Harcombe. 1981. Forest vegetation of the Big Thicket, Southeast Texas. Ecological Monographs 3:247-297.

Matos, J. A. and D. C. Rudolf. 1985. The vegetation of the Roy E. Larsen Sandylands Sanctuary in the Big Thicket of Texas. Castanea 50(4):228-249.

Miller, D.H. and F.E. Smeins. 1988. Vegetation pattern within a remnant San Antonio prairie as influenced by soil and microrelief variation. In: A. Davis and G. Stanford, eds The prairie: Roots of our culture; foundation of our economy, Unpaged, paper number 0110, Proceedings of the Tenth North American Prairie Conference, Denton, TX, Native Prairie Association of Texas, Dallas.

Nixon, E.S., G.A. Sullivan, S.D. Jones, G.D. Jones, and J.K. Sullivan. 1990. Species diversity of woody vegetation in the Trinity River Basin, Texas Castanea 55:97-105.

Parks, H. B. and V. L. Cory. 1938. The Fauna and Flora of the Big Thicket Area. 2nd ed. Sam Houston State Teaching College, Huntsville, TX.

Parks, H. B. and V. L. Cory. 1958. Biological Survey of the East Texas Big Thicket Area. Sam Houston State Teaching College, Huntsville, TX.

Plumb, G. A. No Date. Vegetation classifications of Big Bend National Park, Texas. Texas Academy of Science 44(4):375-387.

Smeins, F. E., R. B. Shaw, and R. Blaine 1978. Natural Vegetation of Texas and Adjacent Areas, 1675-1975: A Bibliography. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Tharp, B. C. 1926. Structure of Texas Vegetation East of the 98th Meridian. Bulletin No. 2606, University of Texas, Austin.

Tharp, B. C. 1939. The Vegetation of Texas. Texas Academy of Science, Nontechnical Publication Series, Austin.

Wauer, R. H. 1980. Naturalist's Big Bend: An Introduction to the Trees and Shrubs, Wildflowers, Cacti, Mammals, Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians, Fish, and Insects. Texas A&M University Press, College Station.

Whitehouse, E. 1933. Plant succession on Central Texas granite. Ecology XIV (4):391-405.

Wildflowers

Ajilvsgi, G. 1979. Wild Flowers of the Big Thicket, East Texas, and Western Louisiana. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, TX.

Ajilvsgi, G. 1984. Wildflowers of Texas. Shearer Publishing, Bryan, TX.

Brown, C. A. 1972. Wildflowers of Louisiana and Adjoining States. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA.

Cheatham, S. and M.C. Johnston. 1995. The useful wild plants of Texas, the southeastern and southwestern United States, the southern Plains, and northern Mexico Vol. 1, Abronia-Arundo, Useful Wild Plants, Inc., Austin, TX.

Conrad, J. H. 1978. Texas Wildflower Bibliography. 2nd ed. James G. Gee Library, East Texas State University, Commerce.

Enquist, M. 1987. Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country. Lone Star Botanical, Austin, TX.

Grimmer, G. G. No Date. The ABC's of Texas Wildflowers. Eakin Press. Austin, TX.

Ham, H. 1984. South Texas Wildflowers. Conner Museum, Texas A&I University, Kingsville.

Irwin, H. S. 1961. Roadside Flowers of Texas. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Kirkpatrick, Z. M. 1992. Wildflowers of the Western Plains: A Field Guide. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Loughmiller, C. and L. Loughmiller. 1984. A Field Guide: Texas Wildflowers. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Niehaus, T. F. 1984. A Field Guide to Southwestern and Texas Wildflowers. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA.

Rose, F. L. and R. W. Strandtmann. 1986. Wildflowers of the Llano Estacado. Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, TX.

Schulz, E. D. 1922. 500 Wild Flowers of San Antonio and Vicinity. Published by author, San Antonio, TX.

Schulz, E. D. 1928. Texas Wild Flowers. Laidlaw Brothers, Publishers, Chicago, IL.

Smith, A. I. 1979. A Guide to Wildflowers of the Mid-South West Tennessee into Central Arkansas and South Through Alabama and into East Texas. Memphis State University Press, Memphis, TN.

Tull, D. 1991. A Field Guide to Wildflowers, Trees & Shrubs of Texas. Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, TX.

Tveten, J.L. and G.A. TVETEN. 1993. Wildflowers of Houston and southeast Texas Univ. Texas Press, Austin.

Tveton, J. L. 1993. Wildflowers of Houston. Rice University Press, Houston, TX.

Warnock, B. H. 1970. Wildflowers of the Big Bend Country Texas. Sul Ross State University Press, Alpine, TX.

Warnock, B. H. 1974. Wildflowers of the Guadalupe Mountains and the Sand Dune Country, Texas. Sul Ross State University Press, Alpine, TX.

Warnock, B. H. 1977. Wildflowers of the Davis Mountains and Marathon Basin, Texas. Sul Ross State University Press, Alpine, TX.

Wills, M.M. and H.S. Irwin. 1961. Roadside flowers of Texas Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Young, M.S. 1917. A key to the families and genera of the wild plants of Austin Texas Univ. Texas Bull. 1754:1-71.

Woody Plants

Bailey, D. K. and F. G. Hawksworth. 1979. Piñyons of the Chihuahuan Desert Region. Phytologia 44:129-133.

Brooks, A. R. 1991. The woody vegetation of wet creek bottom communities in East Texas. Master's Thesis. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX.

Chambless, L. F. 1972. The woody vegetation of the Angelina River bottom in Nacogdoches County, Texas. Master's Thesis. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX.

Cox, P.W. and P. Leslie. 1991. Texas trees Corona Publishing Co., San Antonio, TX.

Everitt, J. H. and D. L. Drawe. 1993. Trees, Shrubs & Cacti of South Texas. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, TX.

Gould, F. W. 1963b. Woody Plants of the Rob & Bessie Welder Wildlife Refuge. Contribution No. 85, Welder Wildlife Foundation, Sinton, TX.

Hicks, R. R. and G. K. Stephenson. 1978. Woody plants of the Western Gulf Region. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, IA.

Holm, S. F. 1972. A field guide to the trees, shrubs, and wood vines of Tamberwood, Newton County, Texas. Master's Thesis. Texas A&M University, College Station.

Lewis, I. M. 1915. The Trees of Texas. Bulletin of the University of Texas, No. 22, Austin.

Littlejohn, R. O. 1979. Woody vegetation associated with six oxbow lakes in East Texas. Master's Thesis. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX.

Lockett, L. 1991. Native Texas palms north of the lower Rio Grande valley Principes 35:64-71.

Lonard, R. I., J. H. Everitt, and F. W. Judd. 1991. Woody Plants of The Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Miscellaneous publication No. 7.Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas, Austin.

Lynch, D., Brother. 1981. Native and Naturalized Woody Plants of Austin and the Hill Country. Published by Texas: Saint Edward's University, Austin, TX.

Matoon, W. R. and C. B. Webster. 1953. Forest Trees of Texas: How to Know Them. 6th ed. H. E. Weaver (ed.). Texas Forest Service, College Station, TX.

Munson, T.V. 1883. Forests and forest trees of Texas Amer. J. Forestry 1:433-451.

Nixon, E. S. 1985. Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of East Texas. Bruce Lyndon Cunningham Productions, Nacogdoches, TX.

Powell, A. M. 1988. Trees and Shrubs of Trans-Pecos Texas. Big Bend Natural History Association, Incorporated, Big Bend National Park, TX.

Powell, A. M. 1998. Trees and Shrubs of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Simpson, B. J. 1988. A Field Guide to Texas Trees. Texas Monthly Press, Austin, TX.

Vines, R. A. 1953. Native East Texas Trees. Adco Press, Houston, TX.

Vines, R. A. 1977. Trees of East Texas. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Vines, R. A. 1982. Trees of North Texas. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Vines, R. A. 1984. Trees of Central Texas. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Wheeler, EA; Lehman, TM 2000. Late Cretaceous woody dicots from the Aguja and Javelina Formations, Big Bend National Park, Texas, USA IAWA Journal, 21 (1) pp. 83-120, 2000

Texas- History

Fox, J.W., C.B. Smith, and D.O. Lintz. 1992. Herd bunching at the Waco mammoth site: Preliminary investigations, 1978-1987. In: J.W. Fox, C.B. Smith, and K.T. Wilkins, eds Proboscidean and paleoindian interactions Pp. 51-73, Markham Press Fund of Baylor Univ. Press, Waco, TX.