Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Botany Circulars

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Botany Circulars

No.

Title

Author(s)

Date

39

The Spider Lilies (Hymenocallis) Native to Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 1.02 MB ]

Mark A. Garland, Gerald L. Smith and Patti J. Anderson

Jan. 2013

38 

Jasmines, a diversity of plants with fragrant flowers [ Adobe PDF Document 978.84 KB ]

Richard E. Weaver, Jr. and Patti J. Anderson

Oct. 2012

37

Which Mikania: Native Vine or Noxious Weed? [ Adobe PDF Document 466.66 KB ]

Patti J. Anderson, Richard E. Weaver, Jr., Kurt M. Neubig, Marc S. Frank and Wayne N. Dixon

Aug. 2012

36

Status of Biological Control of Tropical Soda Apple, Solanum viarum, in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 210.79 KB ]

Julio C. Medal, Nancy C. Coile, Daniel Gandolfo, James P. Cuda

Sept. 2002

35

Native plant ? Wildflower? Endemic? Exotic? Invasive? Rare? Endangered?  [ Adobe PDF Document 43.15 KB ]

Nancy C. Coile

July 2002

34

Urtica chamaedryoides Pursh: a Stinging Nettle, or Fireweed and Some Related Species [ Adobe PDF Document 267.66 KB ]

Nancy C. Coile

Sept. 1999

33

Chenopodium ambrosioides L., (Chenopodiaceae) [ Adobe PDF Document 2.09 MB ]  Mexican-tea, Wanted Weed? [ Adobe PDF Document 2.09 MB ]

Nancy C. Coile and Carlos R. Artaud

Mar. 1997

32

Which Boston Fern Is It? The Exotic [ Adobe PDF Document 1.37 MB ]  Nephrolepis cordifolia  [ Adobe PDF Document 1.37 MB ] (L.) Presl, or the Native  [ Adobe PDF Document 1.37 MB ] Nephrolepis exaltata [ Adobe PDF Document 1.37 MB ]  (L.) Schott [ Adobe PDF Document 1.37 MB ]

Nancy C. Coile

July 1996

31

Poison-ivy [Toxicodendron radicans (L.) Kuntze] and its Relatives in Florida  [ Adobe PDF Document 2.06 MB ]

Nancy C. Coile

Mar. 1996

30

Comparison of Two Parasitic Vines: Dodder (Cuscuta) and Woe Vine (Cassytha) [ Adobe PDF Document 913.01 KB ]

Alan R. Haynes, Nancy C. Coile & Timothy S. Schubert

Jan. 1996

29

Mile-a-minute Weed, Polygonum perfoliatum L. [ Adobe PDF Document 1.81 MB ]

 J. Douglas Pliver & Nancy C. Coile

Nov. 1994

28

Cogongrass, Imperata cylindrica (L.) Beauv.: A Good Grass Gone Bad! [ Adobe PDF Document 1.09 MB ]

Nancy C. Coile

Dec. 1993

27

Tropical Soda Apple, Solanum viarum, Dunal: The Plant From Hell [ Adobe PDF Document 920.22 KB ]

Nancy C. Coile

May 1993

26

Pinks, Pinked and Pink! Silene polypetala / Nancy C. Coile [ Adobe PDF Document 735.22 KB ]

Nancy C. Coile

Sept. 1992

25

Bartram's Ixia, Salpingostylis (=Sphenostigmacoelestinum a Rare Endemic Plant Species of North Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 835.82 KB ]

K.R. Langdon & N.C. Coile

Mar. 1992

24

Cuscuta exaltata on Quercus virginiana [ Adobe PDF Document 220.72 KB ]

Jeanette Wheeler, George C. Wheeler, and K.R. Langdon

Mar. 1989

23

A Native Terrestrial Orchid, [ Adobe PDF Document 170.75 KB ]  Platanthera blephariglottis [ Adobe PDF Document 170.75 KB ] , The White Fringed Orchid [ Adobe PDF Document 170.75 KB ]

Jeanette Wheeler, George C. Wheeler, and K.R. Langdon

Mar. 1989

22

Branched Broomrape, Orobanche ramosa, an Economically Important Parasitic Weed Not Currently Known in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 204.13 KB

K.R. Langdon

Aug. 1984

21

Pygmy Fringe-tree, Chionanthus pygmaeus, Endangered by Lost of Habitat [ Adobe PDF Document 167.90 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Feb. 1984

20

Simpson's Zephyr Lily, Zephyranthes simpsonii, an Endangered Species [ Adobe PDF Document 164.29 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

July 1983

19

Sassafras, a Medicinal Plant and Flavoring Ingredient [ Adobe PDF Document 299.46 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Mar. 1983

18

Rhododendron chapmanii, an Endangered Species on Both State and Federal Lists [ Adobe PDF Document 160.13 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Jan. 1983

17

Sea Oats, Uniola paniculata, a Valuable Native Sand-binding Grass of Coastal Dunes [ Adobe PDF Document 123.86 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

June 1982

16

Florida Law Concerning Threatened and Endangered Plants [ Adobe PDF Document 174.62 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Mar. 1982

15

The Native Florida Bromeliad or Wild-pine, Tillandsia fasciculata [ Adobe PDF Document 132.08 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Dec. 1981

14

Hand Fern, Ophioglossum palmatum, Endangered and Becoming Extremely Rare in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 123.02 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Sept. 1981

13

The Seriously Depleted Cowhorn Orchid, Cyrtopodium punctatum, Endangered in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 159.56 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Apr. 1981

12

The Bromeliad, Guzmania monostachya, An Endangered Plant in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 144.75 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Nov. 1980

11

Procedures for Collecting, Preserving, and Submitting Plant Specimens for Identification [ Adobe PDF Document 129.34 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

June 1980

10

Oak-Leaf Hydrangea, Hydrangea quercifolia, A Native Shrub Useful as an Ornamental [ Adobe PDF Document 119.30 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Jan. 1980

9

The Ghost Orchid, Polyrrhiza lindenii, An Endangered Species in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 193.23 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Oct. 1979

8

Cowpea Witchweed, Striga gesnerioides, A Newly Discovered Root-Parasitic Weed Introduced in Florida [ Adobe PDF Document 188.43 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Feb. 1979

7

The Tung Oil Tree, Aleurites fordii [ Adobe PDF Document 216.40 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Nov. 1979

6

Venus' Flytrap, Dionaea muscipula, A Plant Which Eats Insects [ Adobe PDF Document 152.81 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

June 1979

5

Dumbcane, (Dieffenbachia sp.) A Common Poisonous Ornamental Plant [ Adobe PDF Document 138.11 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Jan. 1979

4

Physic Nut, Jatropha curcas [ Adobe PDF Document 218.24 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Aug. 1977

3

Datura sp.: Weed, Ornamental, Drug, Poison; with a Bizarre Medical History [ Adobe PDF Document 216.13 KB ]

C.R. Artaud, K.R. Langdon

Feb. 1977

2

Illicium parviflorum, Correct Name for the Anisetree of the Florida Nursery Trade [ Adobe PDF Document 153.01 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Aug. 1976

1

Milkweed Vine, Morrenia odorata--an identification aid [ Adobe PDF Document 223.85 KB ]

K.R. Langdon

Apr. 1976

To request Botany circulars, please email Patti Anderson or mail request to:

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Division of Plant Industry
Botany Section
P.O. Box 147100
Gainesville, FL 32614-7100