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Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas

J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas, volume 14, number 1  (issn 1934-5259) 
Publication date: 15 Jul 2020
Copyright (c) 2020 Botanical Research Institute of Texas

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Two new species of Heteranthera (Pontederiaceae) in North America
Charles N. Horn

New combinations in Sidalcea (Malvaceae)
Richard R. Halse

New combinations in Monardella (Lamiaceae)
Mark S. Brunell

Additions and corrections to The Wild Orchids of North America, North of Mexico. II
Paul Martin Brown

New subspecies of fir dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium abietinum: Viscaceae) from the western United States and northern Mexico
Shawn C. Kenaley

Interspecific hybridization in North American Polygala (Polygalaceae)
Kurt M. Neubig, J. Richard Abbott



Thymolepis toxandra gen. et sp. nov., a mid-Cretaceous fossil flower with horseshoe-shaped anthers
Kenton L. Chambers, George O. Poinar, Jr.

Dasykothon leptomiscus gen. et sp. nov., a fossil flower of possible Lauralean affinity from Myanmar amber
George O. Poinar, Jr., Kenton L. Chambers

Phantophlebia dicycla gen. et sp. nov., a five-merous fossil flower in mid-Cretaceous Myanmar amber
George O. Poinar, Jr., Kenton L. Chambers



Morphology and symmetry of the vegetative parts of Smilax auriculata (Smilacaceae)
George J. Wilder



Correlation of mescaline concentrations in Lophophora williamsii (Cactaceae) with rib numbers and diameter of crown (U.S.A.)
Richard Newbold, Sohan De Silva, Martin Terry




Estructura poblacional y características morfológicas de Abarema glauca (Fabaceae) en el sur de Artemisa, Cuba
Diana Rodríguez-Cala, Daniel Tejeda Gómez, Raúl Jorge Marrero, Gabriela Ramos-González, Aylen Mederos Perugorría, Rodrigo Fernández Moreno, Lisbet González-Oliva

Opuntia humifusa sensu stricto (Cactaceae): New to Kentucky (U.S.A.) and confirmed in the Unglaciated Appalachian Plateaus
Paul Adanick, Max E. Medley

Rudbeckia grandiflora var. grandiflora (Asteraceae) in Louisiana, U.S.A.,
John Michael Kelley



Family Foraging
Rachel Carmickle

Wild Yet Tasty: A Guide to Edible Plants of Eastern Kentucky
Billy G. Stone

Field Guide to the Grasses of Oregon and Washington
Dan Caudle

Plants Go to War
Grace Lloyd Bascopé

A Photographic Guide to the Vegetation of the South Texas Sand Sheet
Dan Caudle

Sedges and Rushes of Minnesota: The Complete Guide to Species Identification
Paul M. McKenzie

The Skillful Forager
Denis R. Benjamin

Flora of the Pacific Northwest: An Illustrated Manual
Curtis R. Björk



Glorious Gulf of Mexico: Life Below the Blue

Key Biodiversity Areas of Iraq: Priority Sites for Conservation and Protection

The Saguaro Cactus: A Natural History

Wildflowers and Ferns of Red River Gorge and the Greater Red River Basin

Wildflowers of the Adirondacks

Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, Volume 50

Annual Review of Environment and Resources, Volume 44

Annual Review of Phytopathology, Volume 57



Index to new names and combinations in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 14(1), 2020

INDEX to new names and new combinations in J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 14(1), 2020

  • Arceuthobium abietinum subsp. grandae Kenaley, subsp. nov.—33
  • Arceuthobium abietinum subsp. mathiasenii Kenaley, subsp. nov.—32
  • Dasykothon Poinar & K.L. Chambers, gen. nov.—66
  • Dasykothon leptomiscus Poinar & K.L. Chambers, sp. nov.—66
  • Galearis rotundifolia f. angustifolia (J. Rousseau) P.M. Br., comb. nov.—14
  • Galearis rotundifolia f. beckettii (Boivin) P.M. Br., comb. nov.—15
  • Galearis rotundifolia f. immaculata (W. Mazurski & Laur. P. Johnson) P.M. Br , comb. nov.—15
  • Galearis rotundifolia f. lineata (Mousley) P.M. Br , comb. nov.—15
  • Galearis rotundifolia f. rosea (P.M. Br.) P.M. Br., comb. nov.—15
  • Galearis rotundifolia f. wardii (P.M. Br.) P.M. Br., comb. nov.—15
  • Heteranthera missouriensis C.N. Horn, sp. nov.—2
  • Heteranthera pauciflora C.N. Horn, sp. nov.—3
  • Monardella odoratissima subsp. franciscana (Elmer) Brunell, comb. nov.—11
  • Monardella odoratissima subsp. obispoensis (Hoover ex Jeps.) Brunell, comb. nov.—11
  • Monardella odoratissima subsp. villosa (Benth.) Brunell, comb. & stat. nov.—11
  • Orthochilus ecristatus f. flavus (P.M. Br.) P.M. Br., comb. nov.—16
  • Orthochilus ecristatus f. purpureus (P.M. Br.) P.M. Br , comb. nov.—16
  • Phantophlebia Poinar & K.L. Chambers, gen. nov.—74
  • Phantophlebia dicycla Poinar & K.L. Chambers, sp. nov.—74
  • Sidalcea asprella subsp. elegans (Greene) Halse, comb. nov.—9
  • Sidalcea asprella subsp. virgata (Howell) Halse, comb. nov.—9
  • Thymolepis K.L. Chambers & Poinar, gen. nov.—58
  • Thymolepis toxandra K.L. Chambers & Poinar, sp. nov.—58