Lennoaceae References

Armstrong, W. P. 1980. Sand food: a strange plant of the Algodones dunes. Fremontia (J. of California Native Plant Society).

Blake, S. F. 1926. Lennoa caerulea in Columbia. Proc. Biol. Assoc. Wash. 39:146.

Copeland, H. F. 1935. The structure of the flower of Pholisma arenarium. Amer. J. Bot. 22:366-383.

Dressler, R. L. and J. Kuijt. 1968. A second species of Ammobroma (Lennoaceae) in Sinaloa, Mexico. Madroño 19:179-182.

Drugg, W. S. 1962. Pollen morphology of the Lennoaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 49:1027-1032.

Fournier, E. 1868. Sur le genre Lennoa. Bull. Soc. Bot. France 15: 163-164.

Hallier, H. 1923. Ueber die Lennoeen, eine zu Linne's Bicornes verirrte Sippe der Borraginaceae. Beih. Bot. Centralbl. 40:1-19.

Hooker, J. D. 1844. Pholisma Icon. Plant. 3: 626.

Kuijt, J. 1966. Parasitism in Pholisma (Lennoaceae). I. External morphology of subterranean organs. Amer. J. Bot. 53:82-86.

Suessenguth, K. 1927. Ueber die Gattung Lennoa. Ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis exotischer Parasiten. Flora 122:264-305.

Templeton, B. C. 1962. A morphological comparison of Pholisma arenarium Nuttall and Pholisma paniculatum Templeton (Lennoaceae). L. A. Co. Mus. Contr. Sci. 57:3-29.

Thackeray, F. A. 1953. Sand food of the Papagos. Desert Mag. 16:22-24.

Torrey, J. 1867. On Ammobroma, a new genus of plants, etc. Ann. Lyc. Nat. Hist. N. Y. 8:51-56.

Yatskievych, G. 1985. Notes on the biology of the Lennoaceae. Cactus and Succulent Journal 57: 73-79.

Yatskievychn G. and M. Zavada. 1984. Pollen morphology of the Lennoaceae. Pollen et Spores 26: 19-30.

Yatskievych, G., and C. T. J. Mason. 1986. A revision of the Lennoaceae. Systematic Botany 11: 531-548.


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