PUBLICATIONS BY FACULY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

of the

Ozarks Regional Herbarium

Department of Biology

Missouri State University

Springfield, Missouri


The following is a bibliography of publications by faculty, staff, and students of the Ozarks Regional Herbarium. Voucher specimens as listed in the publications are part of the collections in the Herbarium.

Bibliography


Andrews, S. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1965. Observations on the germination of gemmae of Hyophila tortula (Schwaegr.) Hampe. Bryologist 68: 345-347.

Bowe, L.M. and Paul L. Redfearn, Jr. 2002.  A new escaped species in Missouri: Evodia daniellii (Rutaceae).  Missouriensis 23: 29-31.

Bowers, F. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1967. Lycopodium lucidulum in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas. Amer. Fern J. 57: 91-92.

Churchill, S. P., P. L. Redfearn, Jr. & G. J. Ikenberry. 1981. Contributions to the flora of Oklahoma. Bryologist 84: 498-504.

Churchill, S. P. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1977. Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of Nebraska. Bryologist 80: 640-645.

Collins. T. & W. R. Weber. 1092. Russian botanists visit the Ozarks. Missouriensis 4: 36-40.

Conard, H. S. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1979. How to know the mosses and liverworts. Revised Edition. Wm. C. Brown. 302 p.

Farrar, D. R. & P. L. Redfearn. 1968. Trichomones petersii in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas. Amer. Fern. J. 58: 32-33.

Frahm, J. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1981. Atractylocarpus costraicensis, new to North America north of Mexico, and Campylopus carolinae, new to Florida. Bryologist 84: 226-228.

He, S. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1995. Three mosses new to mainland China. Bryologist 98: 383-384.

Ji, Q., H. Li, L. M. Bowe, Y. Liu, and D. W. Taylor.  2004.  Early Cretaceous Archaefructus eoflora sp. nov. with bisexual flowers from Beipiao, western Liaoning, China.  Acta Geologica Sinica 78(4):  883-896.

Key, J. S. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1973. Additions and a deletion to the fern flora of Missouri. Amer. Fern J. 63: 1-2.

McCleary, J. A. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1981. Checklist of the mosses of Illinois. Trans. Ill. Acad. Sci. 72: 28-51.

Moore, J. E., S. Timme, & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1984. Checklist of mosses of Arkansas. Proceed. of Arkansas Acad. of Sci. 38:65-67.

Rebman, J. P. & W. R. Weber. 1988. Two woody taxa of noteworthy occurrence in southwest Missouri. Missouriensis 9: 58-61.

Redfearn, P. L. Jr. & J. W. Thomson. 1965. The 1963 Foray of the American Bryological Society in New York. Bryologist 68: 119-124.

_______. & R. L. Halbert. 1968. Mosses from southern Michigan: New distributional records. Michigan Bot. 8: 120-130.

_______. 1959. Bryophytes of southwest Missouri. I. New distributional records. Bryologist 62: 57-58.

_______. 1959. Notes on the bryophytes of Southwest Missouri. II. Fruiting Amblystegium laxirete. Bryologist 62: 179-181.

_______. 1960. Bryophytes of southwest Missouri. III. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 63: 110-111.

_______. 1960. The bryophytic vegetation of exposed limestone at Pronto Springs, Florida. Rev. Bryol. et Lichen.29: 235-243.

_______. 1961. Bryophytes of southwest Missouri IV. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 64: 266-267.

_______. 1962. Bryophytes of southwest Missouri. VI. New locality for Forsstroemia ohioensis. Bryologist 65: 63-64.

_______. 1962. Bryophytes of southwest Missouri. VII. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 65: 64

_______. 1962. Notes on the bryophytes of Southwest Missouri. V. Distribution of Tortula pagorum. Castanea 27: 159-161.

_______. 1963. Bryophytes of southwest Missouri VIII. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 66: 27.

_______. 1964. Bryophytes of Arkansas I. Species of "Lost Valley" and adjacent regions. Bryologist 67: 196-201.

_______. 1964. Bryophytes of Missouri IX. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 67: 201-203.

_______. 1964. Review: Flora of Missouri by Julian A. Steyermark. Amer. Midl. Nat. 71: 506-508

._______. 1966. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands of North America XI. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 69: 504-508.

_______. 1967. Bryophytes from the Interior Highlands. XII. A new species of Zygodon. Bryologist 70: 333-335.

_______. 1968. Bryophytes from the Interior Highlands XIII. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 71: 356-357.

_______. 1969. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands XIV. Tortella mollissima, new to North America. Bryologist 72: 60.

_______. 1970. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands XV. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 73: 716-717.

_______. 1972. Review: A computer mapped flora. A study of the County of Warwickshire by D. A. Cadbury, J. G.Hawkes, and R. C. Readett. Bryologist 75: 611-612.

_______. 1972. Mosses of the Interior Highlands of North America. Ann. Missouri Bot. Garden 59: 1-103.

_______. 1972. The Yellow Mandarin, a notable addition to the flora of Arkansas. Rhodora 74: 523-524.

_______. 1973. Additions to the moss flora of Texas, and a new species of Isopterygium. Bryologist 76: 440-442.

_______. 1973. Review: David W. Shimwell. The description and classification of vegetation. Bryologist 76: 590.

_______. 1974. Review: D. Vitt, A revision of the genus Orthotrichum in North America. Bryologist 77: 279.

_______. 1974. Review: William A. Weber. Guide to the mosses of Colorado. Keys and ecological notes based on field and herbarium studies. Bryologist 77: 496-497.

_______. 1976. Trichostomum from Texas new to the United States. Bryologist 79: 80-82.

_______. 1976. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands. XVI. New distributional records for Arkansas and Missouri. Bryologist 79: 100-101.

_______. 1976. Lindbergia brachyptera in Louisiana. Bryologist 79: 550.

_______. 1978. The environment of the Ozarks. Challenges and responses. Bull. Greene County Medical Society37:32-34.

_______. 1979. Bryology at Missouri State University, Springfield, USA. Taxon 28: 640-641.

_______. 1979. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands of North America XVIII. Species of the Ozark National Forest.G Sylamore Division, and adjacent areas in Stone,County, Arkansas. Bryologist 82: 483-486.

_______. 1979. Spiranthes lucida in Arkansas. Castanea 44: 59-60.

_______. 1980. Silphium hybrids. Missouriensis 2(2):15.

_______. 1980. Bryophytes of cedar glades. Proc. 7th North American Prairie Conference. C. L. Kucera, Editor. pp. 77-83.

_______. 1981.Bryophytes in springs & spring branches of Missouri. Trans. Missouri Acad. Sci.15: 5-19.

_______. 1981. Review: Mosses of eastern North America by H. E. Crum and L. E. Anderson. BioScience 31(9): 679.

_______. 1981. New moss (Bryidae) records for Texas. Bryologist 84: 420-422.

_______. 1981. Peat mosses of Missouri. Missouriensis 3(3):10-11.

_______. 1982. New Selaginella species. Missouriensis 3(4):16-17.

_______. 1983. Bryophytes of Cedar Glades. Proceedings of the 7th North American Prairie Conference. pp. 77-83.

_______. 1983. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands of North America. XVIII. Additions to the flora. Bryologist 86: 357.

_______. 1983. Check list of mosses of the Interior Highlands of North America in Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri & Oklahoma. Ozark Regional Herbarium. 108 pages.

_______. 1983. Review: E. V. Watson. British mosses and liverworts, 3rd Ed. Bryologist 86: 188.

_______. 1983. Mosses of the Interior Highlands of North America. Reprinted with Changes & Additions. AnnalsMissouri Bot. Gard. 59 (1): 1-104 + viii.

_______. 1984. A visit to the People's Republic of China. Bryological times 27: 3-5.

_______. 1985. Confusion of Terms - A reply. Missouriensis 6: 16-17.

_______. 1986. Bryogeography of the Interior Highlands of North America: Taxa of Critical Importance. Bryologist 89: 32-34.

_______. 1986. Lonicera maackii, escaped from cultivation in Missouri. Missouriensis 7: 20.

_______. 1990. Index to Volumes 1-10 of Missouriensis. 75 p.

_______. 1990. Tropical component of the moss flora of China. Tropical Bryology 2: 201-222.

_______. 1991. Gymnostomiella (Musci: Pottiaceae) in the Neotropics and eastern Asia. Bryologist 94: 392-395.

_______. 1994. Checklist of the mosses of the Interior Highlands of North America in Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri and Oklahoma. Ozarks Regional Herbarium, Southwest Missouri State Univ., Springfield, MO. 84 pages.

_______. 1995. Tortula fragilis in the Interior Highlands of North America. Evansia 12: 79.

_______. 1996. The mosses of the Ozarks National Scenic Riverways. Evansia 13: 81-91.

_______. 1996. Review: M. L. So. Mosses and Liverworts of Hong Kong. xi + 162p. 1995.

_______. 2001. Checklist of the mosses of the Interior Highlands of North America in Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri and Oklahoma.  Ozarks Regional Herbarium, Missouri State University, Springfield. 62 pp.

_______. 2001. A second locality for Arum italicum (Araceae) in Missouri. Missouriensis 22: 6.

_______ & B. Allen. 1991. Orthothecium hyalopiliferum (Musci: Hypnaceae), a new species from Sichuan, China. Bryologist 94: 449-451

_______, B. Allen & R. Magill, 1988. Mosses of the Interior Highlands Exsiccatae. Fascicle One. Missouri Botanical Garden. St. Louis.

_______ & R. E. Magill. 1992. Three species of Fissidens new to mainland China, and a second collection of F. brevinervis (Musci: Fissidentaceae). Bryologist 95: 171.

_______ & P. C. Wu. 1986. Catalog of the mosses of China. Annals of the Missouri Bot. Gard. 73: 177-208.

_______, S. He & Y.-G. Su. 1989. Mosses new to mainland China. Bryologist 92: 183-185.

________, B. Allen, & Si He. 1994. New distributional records for Chinese mosses. Bryologist 97: 275-276.

________ & B. C Tan. 1995. New combinations for the moss flora of China. Tropical Bryology 9: 65-68.

________, B. Tan & S. He. 1996. A newly updated and annotated checklist of Chinese mosses. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 79: 163-357.

Thomas, P. & P. L. Redfearn, Jr. 1976. Bryophytes of the Interior Highlands XVI. New distributional records for Arkansas & Missouri. Bryologist 79: 101.

Ware, S., P. L. Redfearn, Jr., G. L. Pyrah & W. R. Weber. 1992. Soil pH, topography and forest vegetation in the central Ozarks. Amer. Midl. Naturalist 128: 40-52.

Weber, W. R. 1980. A new Missouri vascular plant Manual - A proposal. Missouriensis 2(1): 4-5.

_______. 1981. Missouri's loess hill prairies: an endangered habitat. Missouri Prairie Jour., January.

_______. 1981. Review: Weeds of Arkansas: Lawns, turf, recreation areas - A guide to identification by F. L. Baldwin and E. B. Smith. Missouriensis 3: 32-24.

_______. 1984. LaPetite Gemme Prairie. Missouri Prairie Jour. 5: 3-5.

_______. 1986. Missouri Botanical Record: A brief history and update. Missouriensis 7: 62-63.

_______. 1991. Robert H. Mohlenbrock: His botanical roots and his influence on Missouri botany. Missouriensis 11: 10-16.

_______. 1992. The Missouri flora geographic information system and a proposed atlas of vascular plants in Missouri. Missouriensis 12: 13-20.

_______. 1994. Missouri's Spring Flora. A manual for the identification of most families and genera of flowering plants that bloom through May and are native to Missouri. Ozarks Regional Herbarium. Southwest Missouri State Univ. 90 p.

Weber, W. R. & D. Ladd. 1982. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 4: 9-11.

_______ & _______. 1982. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 4: 58-63.

_______ & _______. 1983. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 4: 95-98.

Weber, W. R. & J. Reveill. 1984. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 5: 68-89.

_______ & _______. 1984. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 5: 143-156.

_______ & _______. 1986. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 7: 62-63.

_______, J. P. Rebman & W. Corcoran. 1987. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 8: 42-47.

_______, _______ & _______. 1987. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 8: 84-88.

_______, ________ & _______. 1988. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 9: 66-81.

_______. & W. Corcoran. 1989. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 10: 24-35.

_______ & _______. 1989. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 10: 54-77.

_______ & _______. 1990. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 11: 17-29.

_______ & _______. 1991. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 11: 51-61.

_______ & _______. 1991. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 12: 21-29.

_______ & _______. 1992. Missouri Botanical Record. Missouriensis 13: 53-70.

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