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Wisconsin DNR, Bureau of Fisheries Management and Habitat Protection, Lakes and Wetlands Section, Madison, WI University of Wisconsin – Madison, Department of Botany, Madison, WI University ofExpand
Atlas of the Wisconsin Prairie and Savanna Flora.
This Atlas of theWisconsin Prairie and Savanna Flora treats most of the native vascular plants of Wisconsin grasslands and savannas from the standpoint of floristics and phytogeography. Included areExpand
Studies in the Cleomaceae I. On the Separate Recognition of Capparaceae, Cleomaceae, and Brassicaceae1
Molecular data support the recognition of three monophyletic families, Capparaceae s. Expand
Studies in the Cleomaceae V: A New Genus and Ten New Combinations for the Flora of North America
New combinations are made for 10 taxa previously included in the genus Cleome L. s.l. considered to belong in the genera Cleoserrata Iltis, which is newly described herein, Hemiscola Rafinesque, Peritoma DC. Expand
Making Carex monophyletic (Cyperaceae, tribe Cariceae): a new broader circumscription
Funding for the phylogeny and classification of Carex was received from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, Canada, and the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Expand
Checklist of the vascular plants of Wisconsin
This report provides an annotated checklist of the known native and introduced vascular plants of Wisconsin, including synonyms, common names, and excluded taxa. The checklist includes 2640 speciesExpand
A revision of generic boundaries and nomenclature in the North American cleomoid clade (Cleomaceae)
The family Cleomaceae is in need of taxonomic revision, which begins here with a set of taxa informally recognized as the North American cleomoid clade, and the option to create the single large genus Cleomella is proposed, and one new name is provided. Expand
Studies in the Cleomaceae VII: Five New Combinations in Corynandra, an Earlier Name for Arivela
The genus Corynandra Schrad, an earlier name for Arivela Raf. Expand
Seven New Species and One New Combination in Carex (Cyperaceae) from North America
Seven species in four sections of Car- ex are described as new from North America: C. acidicola Naczi, C. calcifugens Naczi, C. paenin- sulae Naczi, E. L. Bridges & Orzell, and C. thornei Naczi (allExpand