TEXAS FLORISTIC LITERATURE:

STUDY AND IDENTIFICATION OF PLANTS

Compiled by Guy Nesom; revised & updated 12 May 2013

 

Statewide and Large Regions

 

Blair, W.F.  1950.  The biotic provinces of Texas.  Texas J. Sci. 2: 93–117.

Bray, W.L.  1906.  Distribution and adaptation of the vegetation of Texas.  Univ. of Texas Bull. 82. Austin.

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

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

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.  Texas Agric. Expt. Station Bull. 550.  College Station.

Diggs, G.M., B.L. Lipscomb, and R.J. O’Kennon.  1999.  Shinners & Mahler’s Illustrated Flora of North Central Texas.  Sida, Bot. Misc. 16.  Bot. Res. Inst. of Texas, Fort Worth.

Diggs, G.M., B.L. Lipscomb, M.D. Reed, and R.J. O’Kennon.  2006.  Illustrated Flora of East Texas, Volume 1 (Introduction, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, Monocotyledons).  Sida, Bot. Misc. 26.  Bot. Res. Inst. of Texas, Fort Worth.

Diggs, G.M. and B. Lipscomb.  2011.  Ferns and Lycophytes of Texas.  Bot. Res. Inst. of Texas, Fort Worth. 

Gould, F.W.  1962.  Texas Plants - A Checklist and Ecological Summary.  Misc. Pub. 585. Texas Agric. Expt. Station, College Station.

Gould, F.W.  1969.  Texas Plants - A checklist and Ecological Summary.  Misc. Pub. 585 Revised, Texas Agric. Expt. Station, College Station.

Gould, F.W.  1975.  Texas Plants - A Checklist and Ecological Summary.  Misc. Pub. 585 Revised, Texas Agric. Expt. Station, College Station.

 

Gould, F.W.  1975.  The Grasses of Texas.  Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station.

Gould, F.W., G.O. Hoffman, and C.A. Rechenthin.  1960.  Vegetational areas of Texas.  Texas Agric. Expt. Station Bull. 1070.

Hatch, S.L., K.N. Gandhi, and L.E. Brown.  1990.  Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Texas.  Texas Agric. Expt. Station Misc. Pub. 1655: 1–158.

 

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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, Texas.

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.

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

Liggio, J. and A.O. Liggio.  1999.  Wild Orchids of Texas.  Corrie Herring Hooks Series, No. 42.  Univ. of Texas Press, Austin. 

Lundell, C.L. (ed.).  1942.  Flora of Texas. Vol. 3, Pt. 1.  Univ. Press, Dallas, Texas.

Lundell, C.L. (ed.).  1943.  Flora of Texas. Vol. 3, Pt. 2.  Univ. Press, Dallas, Texas.

Lundell, C.L. (ed.).  1961.  Flora of Texas. Vol. 3.  Texas Research Foundation, Renner.

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

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

Nipper, V.M.  1940.  Plants of East Texas.  Techn. Bull., Stephen F. Austin State Teacher's College 1: 1–9.

 

Powell, A.M. and J.F. Weedin.  2004.  Cacti of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas.   Grover E. Murray Studies in the American Southwest.  Texas Tech Univ. Press, Lubbock. 

Powell, A.M. (P.R. Manning, illustrations).  2008.  Grasses of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas.  Iron Mountain Press, Houston, Texas.   

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

Reeves, R.G.  1977.  Flora of Central Texas (revised).  Grant Davis, Inc., Dallas, Texas.

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

Shaw, R.B.  2012.  Guide to Texas Grasses.  Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Service Series.  Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station. 

Tharp, B.C.  1926.  Structure of Texas vegetation east of the 98th meridian.  Univ. of Texas Bull. 2606, Austin.

Turner, B.L.  1959.  The Legumes of Texas.  Univ. of Texas Press, Austin.

Turner, B.L., H. Nichols, G.C. Denny, and O. Doron.  2003.  Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas. Vol. 1, Dicots; Vol. 2, Monocots, Ferns, Gymnosperms.  Sida, Bot. Misc. 24. Bot. Res. Inst. of Texas, Fort Worth.

Yarbrough, S.C. and A.M. Powell.  2002.  Ferns and Fern Allies of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas.  Texas Tech Univ. Press, Lubbock. 

 

 

Local, Regional

 

Barnett, M., R. Lewis, N. Warham, and J. Glass (compilers).  1995.  Plant list for McLennan County and the surrounding central Texas area.  Native Plant Society of Texas, Brazos Valley Chapter, Waco.

Beaty, H.E.  1978.  A checklist of flora and fauna, central and west Bell County, Texas.  Published by the author, Temple, Texas.

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

Brown, L.E.  1991.  Brazos Bend State Park plant list.  Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin. 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.  Contr. No. 107, Chihuahuan Desert Research Inst., Alpine, Texas.

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, Univ. of Texas, Austin.

Carr, W.  1989.  Preliminary checklist of vascular plants, Meridian State Recreation Area, Bosque County, Texas.  Unpublished, draft of September 1989.  

Carr, W.  1994.  Preliminary checklist of vascular plants, Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas.  Unpublished, draft of October 1994.  

Carr, W.  1995.  Preliminary checklist of vascular plants, Camp Bowie training site, Brown County, Texas.  Unpublished, draft of June 1995.  

Carr, W.C.  2013.  Travis County Flora Project.  NPSOT, Austin chapter.            

Carr, W.C.  2013.  Pictorial Flora of the Dolan Falls Preserve, Val Verde County, Texas.  Univ. of Texas Plant Resources Center website.

Carr, W.C.  2013.  Plants of the South Texas Sand SheetUniv. of Texas Plant Resources Center website  

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

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

Eckhardt, R.F.  1975.  Vascular flora of Tom Green County, Texas.  M.S. Thesis, Angelo State Univ., San Angelo, Texas.  

Erlund, O.J.  1974.  A preliminary checklist of the seed plants and flowering plants (Spermatophyta) of Comal County, Texas.  Annotated. Typescript, reproduced.  

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.  Texas Tech Univ. Press, Lubbock.

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

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

George, R.J.  1987.  The herbaceous flora of three Weches outcrops in eastern Texas.  M.S. thesis, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Nacogdoches, Texas.

George, R.J. and E.S. Nixon.  1990.  The herbaceous flora of three Weches formation outcrops in eastern Texas.  Sida 14: 117–127.

Gillespie, T.S.  1976.  The flowering plants of Mustang Island, Texas--an annotated checklist.  Texas J. Sci. 27: 131–148.

Harms, R.T.  2013.  A Pictorial Flora of Purola Preserve and Immediately Adjacent N. Hays County, Texas.  Univ. of Texas Plant Resources Center website

Hutchins, C.R.  1968.  Vascular flora of Garza County, Texas.  M.S. thesis, Texas Technological College, Lubbock.  

Garner, P.M.B.  1979.  Vascular flora of San Saba County, Texas.  M.S. thesis, Angelo State Univ., San Angelo, Texas.  

Hannick, V.C., J.N. Mink, J.R. Singhurst, and W.C. Holmes.  2013.  Annotated checklist of the vascular flora of McLennan County, Texas.  Phytoneuron 2013–29: 1–37.

Lonard, R.I., F.W. Judd, and S.L. Sides.  1978.  Annotated checklist of the flowering plants of South Padre Island, Texas.   Southw. Naturalist 23: 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.

Mahler, W.F.  1966.  Keys to the embryophyta of Taylor County, Texas.  Biology Department, Hardin-Simmons Univ., Abilene, Texas.  

Mahler, W.F.  1971.  Keys to the vascular plants of the Black Gap Wildlife Management Area, Brewster County, Texas.  Prepared for the Museum and Field Investigations course, sponsored by Department of Biology, S.M.U. and Dallas Museum of Natural History.  

Mahler, W.F.  1973.  Flora of Taylor County, Texas: A Manual of the Vascular Plants With Selected Sketches.  SMU Book Store, Dallas, Texas.

Mahler, W.F.  1973.  Botanical survey of the Lake Monticella Area.  Dept. of Anthropology, Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, Texas.

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

Mahler, W.F.  1988.  Shinners' Manual of the North Central Texas Flora.  Bot. Res. Inst. of Texas, Fort Worth.

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.  U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.

Metz, Sister Mary Clare.  1934.  A flora of Bexar County, Texas.  Ph.D. thesis, Catholic Univ. of America.  Contr. Biol. Lab. Catholic Univ. Amer. No. 16.

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: 1227–1245.

Neill, A.K. and H.D. Wilson.  2001.  The vascular flora of Madison County, Texas.  Sida 19: 1083–1121.

Nesom, G.L.  1998.  Trees of Huntsville and Walker County: Texas & Big Tree Register.  Sam Houston Press, Sam Houston State Univ., Huntsville, Texas.

Nesom, G.L.  2013.  Fort Worth Parks: Plants and Natural Features.  Personal website

Nesom, G.L. and L.E. Brown.  1998.  An annotated checklist of the vascular plants of Walker, Montgomery, and San Jacinto counties, Texas.  Phytologia 84: 107–153.

Nixon, M.R.  1978.  Vascular flora of Coleman County, Texas.  M.S. Thesis, Angelo State Univ., San Angelo, Texas.

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.  Mimeographed.

Powell, A.M. and J.F. Weedin.  2004.  Cacti of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas.   Grover E. Murray Studies in the American Southwest.  Texas Tech Univ. Press, Lubbock. 

Powell, A.M. (P.R. Manning, illustrations).  2008.  Grasses of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas.  Iron Mountain Press, Houston, Texas.   

Peterson, C.D. and L.E. Brown (drawings by D.L. Warren).  1983.  Vascular Flora of the Little Thicket Nature Sanctuary, San Jacinto County, Texas: A Sanctuary of the Outdoor Nature Club.  Outdoor Nature Club, Houston, Texas.

Reed, M.D.  1997.  Manual of the dicot flora of Brazos and surrounding counties.  M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

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

Rich, N. 2004. Checklist of the vascular plants of Collin County, Texas.  Contr. Herbarium Collin County Comm. College, Plano, Texas.

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

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

Rowell, Jr., C.M.  1949.  A preliminary report on the floral composition of a sphagnum bog in Robertson County, Texas.  Texas J. Sci. 1: 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. 

Shinners, L.H.  1958.  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 (ed. 2).  W.F. Mahler (ed.).   Prestige Press, Fort Worth, Texas.

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.  M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  2000.  Final environmental assessment for proposed establishment of the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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. (Mimeographed)

Waller, F.R.  1968.  Vascular flora of Deaf Smith County, Texas.  M.S. Thesis, Texas Technological College, Lubbock.

Walters, T.W. and R. Wyatt.  1982.  The vascular flora of granite outcrops in the Central Mineral Region of Texas.  Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 109: 344–364.

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

Worthington, R.D.  1989.  An annotated checklist of the native and naturalized flora of El Paso County, Texas.  El Paso Southwest Bot. Miscell. 1.   

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

Yarbrough, S.C. and A.M. Powell.  2002.  Ferns and Fern Allies of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas.  Texas Tech Univ. Press, Lubbock. 

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

 

Allen, H.G.  1974.  Woody vegetation of the lower Navasota River watershed.  M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M Univ., College Station.

Bailey, D.K. and F.G. Hawksworth.  1979.  Pinyons 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 Univ., Nacogdoches, Texas.

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

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

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

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

Hicks, R.R. and G.K. Stephenson.  1978.  Woody Plants of the Western Gulf Region.  Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa.

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 Univ., College Station.

 

Lewis, I.M.  1915.  The Trees of Texas.  Bull. No. 22, Univ. of Texas, Austin.

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

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.  Misc. Publ. No. 7. Texas Memorial Museum, Univ. of Texas, Austin.

Lynch, D., Brother.  1981.  Native and Naturalized Woody Plants of Austin and the Hill Country.

 

Published by Saint Edward's Univ., Austin, Texas.

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

Nesom, G.L.  1998.  Trees of Huntsville and Walker County: Texas & Big Tree Register.  Sam Houston Press, Sam Houston State Univ., Huntsville, Texas.

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

 

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

 

Photos & Field Guides

 

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

 

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

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

Cheatham, S., M.C. Johnston, and L. Marshall.  1995, 0000, 0000.  The Useful Wild Plants of Texas, The Southeastern and Southwestern United States, The Southern Plains, and Northern Mexico. Vol. 1, AbroniaArundo (1995).  Vol. 2, AsclepiasCanavalia (0000).  Vol. 3, CannaCeltis (0000).  Useful Wild Plants, Inc., Austin, Texas.

Conrad, J.H.  1978.  Texas Wildflower Bibliography (ed. 2).  James G. Gee Library, East Texas State Univ., Commerce.

Enquist, M.  1987.  Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country.  Lone Star Botanical, Austin, Texas. Grimmer, G.G.  1982.  The ABC's of Texas Wildflowers.  Eakin Press, Austin, Texas.

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

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

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

Liggio, J. and A.O. Liggio.  1999.  Wild Orchids of Texas.  Corrie Herring Hooks Series, No. 42.  Univ. of Texas Press, Austin. 

Loughmiller, C. and L. Loughmiller.  1984.  A Field Guide: Texas Wildflowers.  Univ. 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, Texas.

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

 

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

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 Univ. Press, Memphis, Tennessee.

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

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

 

Tveten, J.L.  1993.  Wildflowers of Houston.  Rice Univ. Press, Houston, Texas.

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

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

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

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

 

 

Historical

 

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.  Ann. Rep. 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. (ed.).  1994.  A Long Ride in Texas: The Explorations of John Leonard Riddell.  Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station, Texas.

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.  Trans. of the New York Acad. Sci. 7: 7–14.

Britton, N.L.  1890.  Contributions to Texas botany: Additions to the list of plants collected by Miss Mary B. Croft at San Diego, Texas.  Trans. of the New York Acad. Sci. 9: 181–183.

Britton, N.L.  1890.  Contributions to Texas botany: Note on some plants collected by Mr. Frank Tweedy in Tom Greene Co., Texas.  Trans. of the New York Acad. Sci. 9: 183–185.

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.  Collection of the Red River Historical Museum, Sherman, Texas.

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.  Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 1: 220–232.

 

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

Coulter, J.M.  1891–94.  Botany of Western Texas: A Manual of the Phaenograms and Pteriophytes of Western Texas.  Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb., Vol. 2, Washington, D.C.

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.

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