The database called "FAMULUS," originally compiled by the late Frank Hawksworth, contains thousands of references to Arceuthobium, Phoradendron, Viscum, etc. For this reason, it would be redundant to attempt to list all the references to Viscaceae in The Parasitic Plant Connection. Fortunately, Brian Geils (U.S. Forest Service, Flagstaff, AZ) has made this literature available via a Website. A basic search engine is now being developed that will support queries. If you need access to mistletoe literature, visit the Mistletoe Center.
Barlow, B. A. 1964. Classification of the Loranthaceae and Viscaceae. Proc. Linn. Soc. New SouthWales 89: 268-272.
Barlow, B. A. 1983. Biogeography of Loranthaceae and Viscaceae. Chapter 2 (pp. 19-45) in "The Biology of Mistletoes", M. Calder and P. Bernhardt (eds.), Academic Press.
Barlow, B. A. and N. C. Martin. 1984. Chromosome evolution and adaptation in mistletoes. Pp. 117-140 In: Plant Systematics, W. F. Grant (ed.), Academic Press, Toronto.
Calder, M. and P. Bernhardt. 1983. The Biology of Mistletoes. Academic Press.
Dixit, S. N. 1962. Rank of the subfamilies Loranthoideae and Viscoideae. Bot. Surv. India Bull. (Calcutta) 4: 49-55.
Gill, L. S. and F. G. Hawksworth. 1961. The mistletoes, a literature review. U.S.D.A. Techn. Bull. No. 1242, Washington D.C.
Hawksworth, F. G. and D. Wiens. 1972. Biology and Classification of Dwarf Mistletoes (Arceuthobium). U.S. Dept. Agric. For. Serv. Agric. Handb. No. 401. 234 pp.
Hawksworth, F. G. and D. Wiens. 1996. Dwarf mistletoes: biology, pathology, and systematics. Ed.B. Geils and R. G. Nisley. U.S. Dept. Agric. For. Serv. Agric. Handb. No. 709. 410 pp.
Wiens, D. and B. A. Barlow. 1971. The cytogeography and relationships of the viscaceous and eremolepidaceous mistletoes. Taxon 20:313-332.