Monique Dubrule Reed
Herbarium Botanist,Department of Biology
Note: While I welcome correspondence, I am often not able to answer all the questions I receive about science fair projects, sources for seeds, identification of obscure plants, etc. You might have better luck posting a query to the newsgroups bionet.plants and sci.bio.botany. If I see something there I can answer, I will! If you do e-mail me, please be sure your return address works!
Reed, M., R. V.
Lansdown, and T. C. G. Rich. 2008. The species of Fumaria (Papaveraceae) in Texas,
including F. densiflora,
first records from North America. Journal of the Botanical
Research Institute of Texas. 2(2): 1347-1351.
Diggs, G. M., Jr., B. L. Lipscomb, M. D. Reed, and R. J.
Illustrated flora of East Texas, Volume one: ferns,
gymnosperms, and monocots. BRIT Press. Fort Worth.
Reed, M. D. 2005.
of the dicot flora of Brazos and surrounding counties, second
edition. (Available from Copy Corner in College Station--contact
me for details.)
Reed, M. D., J.
F. Hays, J. M. Canne-Hilliker, D. Price, J. Singhurst, and E.
Keith. 2005. A second population of Agalinis
navasotensis (Scrophulariaceae) confirmed from Tyler County,
Texas. SIDA 21(3):1927-1929.
Reed, M. D., M.
Ketchersid, and R. L. Thompson. 2004. Solanum viarum
(Solanaceae)--Tropical soda-apple confirmed from Texas. SIDA
Reed, M. D.
2004. Silene conoidea
(Caryophyllaceae) new to Texas. SIDA 21(1): 493-494.
Canne-Hilliker, J. M. and M. Dubrule. 1993. A new
species of Agalinis
(Scrophulariaceae) from Grimes County,Texas. SIDA 15(3):425-440.