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Daniel D. Spaulding

Daniel D. Spaulding
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This paper is a floristic guide to native and naturalized liliaceous plants in the orders Dioscoreales, Pandanales, Liliales, and Asparagales (excluding Orchidaceae and Iridaceae) found within the Interior Plains and Appalachian Highlands of northern Alabama. The families included in this treatment are Nartheciaceae, Burmanniaceae, Dioscoreaceae, S...
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This paper is a floristic guide to native and naturalized monocots in the orders Acorales and Alismatales found within the Interior Plains and Appalachian Highlands of northern Alabama. Families included in this treatment are: Acoraceae, Araceae, Alismataceae, Tofieldiaceae, Hydrocharitaceae, and Potamogetonaceae. Identification keys, photographs,...
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This paper is a guide to native and naturalized primitive angiosperms of northern Alabama occurring in the Appalachian Highlands and Interior Plains physiographic regions. The families included in this treatment are Cabombaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Illiciaceae, Schisandraceae, Saururaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Magnoliaceae, Annonaceae, Calycanthaceae, and L...
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The genus Lobelia (Campanulaceae) is represented by 22 species and one hybrid in the five-state region of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Lobelia rogersii, formerly regarded as a hybrid, is recognized here as a distinct species. Keys, distribution maps, photographs, and taxonomic notes are provided for each species.
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Lobelia apalachicolensis D.D. Spaulding, T.W. Barger, & H.E. Horne sp. nov., from the Apalachicola region of the Florida Panhandle has broadly elliptic to ovate leaves, toothed calyx lobes, and lower corolla lip densely pubescent basally. This new species shares many characters with Lobelia georgiana but has a calyx tube and corolla lip similar to...
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Oxalis macrantha (synonym = O. priceae) is mostly restricted to limestone substrates (glades, chalk prairies, etc.) in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama and is characterized by its completely hirsute-pilose stems, strongly rhizomatous-colonial habit, and large, red-lined corollas. Oxalis colorea also produces hirsute-pilose stems but the distal port...
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The genus Narcissus (Amaryllidaceae) is composed of about 26 species and four hybrids (N. ×incomparabilis, N. ×intermedius, N. ×medioluteus, N. ×odorus) that occur in the wild. Daffodils are native to Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa, but are introduced and naturalized elsewhere. In North America, six species (N. bulbocodium, N. jonquilla,...
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Lechea (Cistaceae) is a genus of eighteen species primarily centered in eastern North America, with a few taxa extending southward to Central America. Eleven pinweeds are known from the five-state region of Alabama (7 spp.) and adjacent states Mississippi (6 spp.), Tennessee (5 spp.), Georgia (8 spp.), and Florida (10 spp.). One species, Lechea dec...
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Bindweeds are members of the Convolvulaceae (Morning-glory family) and are represented by two closely-related genera: Calystegia and Convolvulus. In North America, the genus Calystegia includes 41 taxa (19 species; 33 subspecies), three of which are known from Alabama, with an additional five taxa occurring either in Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia...
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In North America, the genus Cuscuta (Convolvulaceae) is represented by fifty-five species, nine of which are in Alabama, with six additional taxa occurring in Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and the Florida Panhandle. Keys, illustrations, photographs, and commentary are provided for all fifteen taxa. One species, Cuscuta harperi, is globally rare...
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The Perdido River Forever Wild Tract (PRFWT) is a contiguous 7,365-ha property that was acquired through multiple purchases by the State of Alabama's Forever Wild Program in December 2006. The PRFWT lies 48 km east-northeast of Mobile, Alabama, 56 km northwest of Pensacola, Florida, and is bound on the east by the Perdido River. The site is managed...
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Sisyrinchium calciphilum Sorrie is described from a three county area of northwestern Alabama. The new species resembles S. albidum and S. capillare in possessing paired inflorescences, but is readily distinguished by a suite of characters. It is restricted to limestone cedar glades and semi-open limestone slopes.
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Herein is presented the first comprehensive statewide checklist of vascular plants for Alabama in over 100 years. Despite numerous county and regional plant checklists for Alabama, the state has not had a complete checklist or flora ofvascular plants since the publication of Plant Life ofAlabama in 1901. This vouchered list is annotated with not...
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Liriope muscari, L. spicata, and Ophiopogon japonicus are documented as naturalized in Alabama, where they occur on wooded slopes, in floodplains and riparian habitats, and in disturbed sites. The occurrences of O. japonicus are the only known instances of naturalization of that species in the USA. Each species is documented by photos of one or mor...

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To study the diversity of Alabama's flora leading to publications on noteworthy collections, floristics, keys, new species, and nomenclatural modifications.