Scientific Publications

Center for Tropical Plant Conservation – Peer-reviewed articles published in 2009 - 2013

Fairchild's Science Program is a world-wide leader in tropical botany, conservation and horticulture. During 2009 - 2013 our scientists have been producing a large number of ground breaking, peer-reviewed scientific publications. They are listed below. * = Graduate student who was supported by Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.

Albrecht, M.A. and J. Maschinski. 2012. Influence of founder population size, propagule stages, and life history on the survival of reintroduced plant populations. In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 171-188. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Albrecht, M.A., E.O. Guerrant Jr., J. Maschinski, and K.L. Kennedy. 2011. A long-term view of rare plant reintroduction. Biological Conservation 144: 2557-2558.

*Andrus, N., A. Tye, G. Nesom, D. Bogler, C. Lewis, R. Noyes, P. Jaramillo, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2009. Phylogenetics of   Darwiniothamnus (Asteraceae: Astereae) - Molecular evidence for multiple origins of the endemic flora of the Galapagos Islands.  Journal of Biogeography 36: 1055-1069.

Anten, N. P. R., E.J. von Wettberg, H. Pawlowski, and H. Huber. 2009. Interactive effects of spectral shading and mechanical stress on the expression and costs of shade avoidance.  American Naturalist 173: 241-255.

Altaner, C.M., M.C. Jarvis, J.B. Fisher, and T.E. Marler. 2010. Molecular xylem cell wall structure of an inclined Cycas micronesica stem, a tropical Gymnosperm. IAWA Journal 31: 3-11.

Baker, W.J., M.V. Norup, J.J. Clarkson, T.L.P. Couvreur, J.L. Dowe, C.E. Lewis, J.-C. Pintaud, V. Savolainen, T. Wilmot, and M.W. Chase. 2011. Phylogenetic relationships among arecoid palms (Arecaceae: Arecoideae). Annals of Botany 108: 1417-1432.

Benda, N., J. Possley, D. Powell, C. Buchanan-Mcgrath, and J. Cuda. 2012. New host plant record for the poison ivy sawfly, Arge humeralis (Hymenoptera: Argidae), and its performance on two host plant species. Florida Entomologist 95: 529-531.

Calonje, M., A.W. Meerow, L. Knowles, D. Knowles, P. Grifith, K. Nakamura, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2013. Cycad biodiversity in the Bahama Archipelago and conservation genetics of the Critically Endangered Zamia lucayana (Zamiaceae). Oryx 47: 190-198.

Castro B.M,  K.S. Moriuchi, M.L. Friesen,  M. Badri, S.V. Nuzhdin,  S.Y. Strauss, D.R. Cook,  and E.J. von Wettberg. 2013. Parental environments and interactions with conspecifics alter salinity tolerance of offspring in the annual Medicago truncatula.  Journal of Ecology  101: 1281-1287.

Cibrian-Jaramillo, A., A. Hird, *N. Oleas, H. Ma, A.W. Meerow, J. Francisco-Ortega, and M.P. Griffith. 2013. What is the conservation value of a plant in a botanic garden? Using indicators to improve management of ex situ collections. Botanical Review 79: 559-577.

Ding Z., Feeley K.J., Wang S., Wang Y., and P. Ding. 2013. Patterns of bird functional diversity on land-bridge island fragments. Journal of Animal Ecology 82: 782-790.

*Downing, J.L. and H. Liu. 2012. Friend or foe? Impacts of the introduced tropical oil bee Centris nitida on a threatened and specialized native mutualism in Southern Florida. Biological Invasions 14: 2175-2185.

*Downing, J.L. and H. Liu. 2012. Self-incompatibility in Byrsonima lucida (Malpighiaceae), a threatened pine rockland specialist. Castanea 78: 95-102.

Farfan, W. and K.J. Feeley. 2009. Deforestacion y el mercado de carbono en los bosques tropicales. Xilema 26: 11-16

Feeley, K.J. 2009. Relaxation. In: Gillespie, R.G. and D.A. Clague (eds.).  Pp. 787-788. Encyclopedia of islands.  University of California Press, Berkeley.

Feeley, K.J. 2010. The conservation value of secondary forests for tropical nocturnal bird species. Animal Conservation 13: 16-18.

Feeley K.J. 2012. Distributional migrations, expansions, and contractions of tropical plant species as revealed in dated herbarium records. Global Change Biology 18: 1335-1341.

Feeley K.J., Hurtado J., Saatchi S., Silman M.R., and D.B. Clark. 2013. Compositional shifts in Costa Rican forests due to climate-driven species migrations. Global Change Biology 19: 3472-2480.

Feeley K.J., Malhi Y., Zelazowski P., and Silman M. 2012. The relative importance of deforestation, precipitation change, and temperature sensitivity in determining the future distributions and diversity of Amazonian plant species. Global Change Biology 18: 2636-2647.

Feeley, K.J., S.J. Davies, R. Perez, S.P. Hubbell, and R.B. Foster. 2011. Directional changes in the species composition of a tropical forest. Ecology 92: 871-882.

Feeley K.J. and *Rehm E. 2012. Amazon's vulnerability to climate change heightened by deforestation and man-made dispersal barriers. Global Change Biology 18: 3606-3614.

Feeley K.J., *Rehm E.M., and * Machovina B. 2012. The responses of tropical forest species to global climate change: acclimate, adapt, migrate, or go extinct? Frontiers in Biogeography 4:69-82.

Feeley, K.J. and M.R. Silman.  2009.  Extinction risks of Amazonian plant species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106: 12382-12387.

Feeley, K.J. and M.R. Silman. 2010. Land-use and climate change effects on population size and extinction risk of Andean plants. Global Change Biology 16: 3215-3222.

Feeley, K.J. and M.R. Silman. 2010. Biotic attrition from tropical forests correcting for truncated temperature niches. Global Change Biology 16: 1830-1836.

Feeley, K.J. and M.R. Silman. 2010. Modelling the responses of Andean and Amazonian plant species to climate change: the effects of georeferencing errors and the importance of data filtering. Journal of Biogeography 37: 733-740.

Feeley, K.J. and M.R. Silman. 2011. The data void in modeling current and future distributions of tropical species. Global Change Biology 17: 626-630.

Feeley, K.J. and M.R. Silman. 2011. Keep collecting: accurate species distribution modeling requires more collections than previously thought due to temporally autocorrelated collection biases. Diversity and Distributions 17: 1132-1140.

Feeley K.J., M.R. Silman, M. Bush, W. Farfan, K. Garcia Cabrera, Y. Malhi, P. Meir, N. Salinas Revilla, M.N. Raurau Quisiyupanqui, and S. Saatchi. 2011. Upslope migration of Andean trees. Journal of Biogeography 38: 783-791.

Fisher, J.B., A. Lindström, and T.E. Marler.  2009.  Tissue responses and solution movement after stem wounding in six Cycas species.  HortScience 44: 848-851.

Fourqurean, J.W., T.J. Smith, J. Possley, T. M. Collins,D. Lee, and S. Namoff.  2010.  Are mangroves in the tropical Atlantic ripe for invasion? Exotic mangrove  trees in the forests of South Florida.  Biological Invasions 12: 1387-3547.

Francisco-Ortega, J. 2012. David Fairchild y sus expediciones biológicas a las Islas Canarias. Lecturas y Conferencias del Instituto de Estudios Canarios 21: 1-53.

Francisco-Ortega, J. 2013. Viera y Clavijo, Arnoldo Santos y los siglos de las luces. Vieraea 41: 5-20

Francisco-Ortega, J., A. Santos-Guerra, J.L. Mosely, N. Korbe, and M. Swan. 2012. David Fairchild expeditions to the Canary Islands - Plant collections and research outcomes. Brittonia 64: 421–437.

Francisco-Ortega, J.,  A. Santos-Guerra, L. Sanchez-Pinto, and M. Maunder. 2012. Early cultivation of Macaronesian plants in three European botanic gardens. Revista de la Academia Canaria de Ciencias 23: 113-143.

Francisco-Ortega, J., A. Santos-Guerra, and J.J. Bacallado.  2009.  Biology– Canary Islands. In: R.G. Gillespie  and D. A. Clague(eds.).  Pp. 127-133. Encyclopedia of islands. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Francisco-Ortega, J., Z.-S. Wang, F.-G. Wang, F.-W. Xing, H. Liu, H. Xu, W.-X. Xu, Y.-B. Luo, X.-Q. Song, S. Gale, D.E. Boufford, M. Maunder, and S-Q An. 2010. Seed plant endemism on Hainan Island: A framework for conservation actions. Botanical Review 76: 346-376.

Francisco-Ortega, J., F.-G. Wang, Z.-S. Wang, F.-W. Xing, H. Liu, H. Xu, W.-X. Xu, Y.-B. Luo, X.-Q. Song, S. Gale, D.E. Boufford, M. Maunder, and S.-Q An. 2010. Endemic seed plant species from Hainan Island: A checklist. Botanical Review 76: 295-345.

Francisco-Ortega, J., A. Santos-Guerra, C.E. Jarvis, M. Carine, M. Sequeira, and M. Maunder. 2010.  Early British collectors of the Macaronesian flora: From Sloane to Darwin. In: D.M. Williams, D.M. and S. Knapp (eds.). Pp. 125-141. The branching of a paradigm: beyond cladistics. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Francisco-Ortega, J. and S. Zona. 2013. Sweet sap from palms, a source of beverages, alcohol, vinegar, syrup, and sugar. Vieraea 41: 91-113.

Friesen, M.L. and E.J. von Wettberg. 2010. Adapting genomics to study the ecology and evolution of agricultural systems.  Current Opinion in Plant Biology.  doi:10.1016/j.pbi.2009.11.003.

Friesen, M.L., S.S. Porter, S.C. Stark, E.J. von Wettberg, J. Sachs, and E. Martinez-Romero. 2011. Microbially mediated funcational plant traits. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 42: 23-46.

Geiger, J., A.W. Meerow, C. Lewis, R. Oviedo, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2014. Genetic diversity and conservation of Ipomoea microdactyla (Convolvulaceae) – An endemic vine from the Bahamas, Cuba, and Southeastern Florida. Plant Species Biology 29: 2-15.

Girardin C.A.J., Y. Malhi, L.E.O.C. Aragao, M. Mamani, W. Huaraca, L. Durand, K.J. Feeley, J. Rapp, J.E. Silva-Espejo, M. Silman, N. Salinas, and R.J. Whittaker. 2010. Net primary productivity allocation and cycling of carbon along a tropical forest elevational transect in the Peruvian Andes. Global Change Biology 16: 3176-3192.

Goodman, J., J. Maschinski, P. Hughes, J. McAuliffe, J. Roncal, D. Powell, and L.O. Sternberg. 2012.  Differential response to soil salinity in endangered key tree cactus: Implications for survival in a changing climate. PLoS ONE 7(3): e32528.

Goodman, J., D. Walters,K. Bradley, J. Maschinski, and A. Salazar. 2012. Seeds of endangered Harrisia fragrans form persistent soil seed banks and withstand orthodox storage conditions. Haseltonia 18: 87-96.

Griffith, M.P., J. Francisco-Ortega, and A. Cribrian Jaramillo. 2013. Special issue on genetics and plant conservation in Latin America. Botanical Review 79:447-448.

Griffith, M.P., J. Sustache Sustache, J. Francisco-Ortega, and E. Santiago-Valentin. 2012. Cactus, succulent, and pachycaul flora of Mona Island. Haseltonia 18: 59–69.

Holdredge, C, E.J. von Wettberg, M.B. Bertness, B.R. Silliman, B.R. 2010. Differential nutrient uptake abilities underlie cryptic Phragmites invasion in New England salt marshes. Oikos 119: 1776-1784.

Horn, J.W., J.B. Fisher, P.B. Tomlinson, C.E. Lewis, and * K. Laubengayer. 2009. Evolution of lamina anatomy in the palm family (Arecaceae).  American Journal of Botany 96: 1462-1486.

Hu G., K.J. Feeley, J. Wu, G. Xu, and M. Yu. 2011. Determinants of plant species richness and nestedness in fragmented landscapes: evidence from land-bridge islands. Landscape Ecology 26: 1405-1417.

Hu G., Wu J., Feeley K.J., Xu G., and M. Yu. 2012. The effects of landscape variables on the species-area relationship during late-stage habitat fragmentation. PLoS ONE 7: e43894.

Hu G., Xu X., Wang Y., Lu G., Feeley K.J., and Yu M. 2012. Regeneration of different plant functional types in a Masson pine forest following pine wilt disease. PLoS ONE 7: e36432.

Huber, H., E.J. von Wettberg, A. Aguilera, and J. Schmitt. 2011. Testing mechanisms and context dependence of costs of plastic shade avoidance responses in Impatiens capensis (Balsaminaceae). American Journal of Botany 98: 1602-1612.

*Jestrow, B., F. Jimenez Rodriguez, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2010. Generic delimitations in the Antillean Adelieae (Euphorbiaceae) with description of the Hispaniolan endemic genus Garciadelia. Taxon 59: 1801-1814.

*Jestrow, B., J. Gutierrez Amaro, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2012. Islands within islands: a molecular phylogenetic study of the Leucocroton alliance (Euphorbiaceae) across the Caribbean Islands and within the serpentinite archipelago of Cuba . Journal of Biogeography 39: 452-464.

Jestrow, B., J.J. Valdes, F. Jimenez Rodriguez, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2012. Phylogenetic placement of the Dominican Republic endemic genus Sarcopilea (Urticaceae). Taxon 61: 592-600.

Kassa M.T., R.V. Penmetsa, N. Carrasquilla-Garcia, B.K. Sarma, S. Datta, H.D. Upadhyaya, R.K. Varshney, E.J. von Wettberg, and D.R. Cook. 2012. Genetic patterns of domestication in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) and wild Cajanus relatives. PLoS ONE 7: e39563.

Kennedy, K., M. A. Albrecht, E. O. Guerrant, S.E. Dalrymple, J. Maschinsky, and K.E. Haskins. 2012. Synthesis and future directions. In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 265-275. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Knight, R.J., R.J. Campbell, and J. Maguire. 2009. Important mango cultivars and their descriptors. In: Litz, R. E. (ed.). The mango: botany, production and uses.  CABI, U.K.

Korber, N., M.E. Gelberg, J. Mosely, M. Swan, E. Freid, B. Jestrrow & J. Francisco-Ortega. 2013. The unpublished autobiography of Donovan Correll (1908-1983): accounts on Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and Bahamian plants. Moscosoa 18: 85-103.

*Laubengayer K., S. Zona, E. Santiago-Valentín, C. Husby, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2012. Morphometric analysis of Aiphanes minima (Arecaceae) across the Antilles. Harvard Papers in Botany 17: 299–305.

Lee, D. and E.J. von Wettberg. 2010. Using bottles to study shade responses of seedlings and other plants. Plant Science Bulletin 56: 23-29.

Li, B., W. Xu, T. Tu, Z. Wang, R.G. Olmstead, H. Peng, J. Francisco-Ortega, P.D. Cantino, and D. Zhang. 2012. Phylogenetic
position of Wenchengia (Lamiaceae): A taxonomically enigmatic and critically endangered genus. Taxon 61: 392-401.

Li, P., P. Ding, K.J. Feeley, J. Zhang, and P. Jiang. 2010. Patterns of species diversity and functional diversity of breeding birds in Hangzhou across an urbanization gradient. Chinese Birds 1(1): 1–8.

Liu, H., C.-L. Feng, B.-S. Chen, Z.-S. Wang, X.-Q. Xie, Z.-H. Deng, X.-L. Wei, S.-Y. Liu, Z.-B. Zhang, and Y.-B. Luo. 2012. Overcoming extreme weather challenges: Successful but variable assisted colonization of wild orchids in southwestern China. Biological Conservation 150: 68–75.

Liu, F. D, W.J. Yang, Z.S. Wang, Z. Xu, H. Liu, M. Zhang, Y.H. Liu, S.Q. An, and S.C. Sun. 2010. Plant size effects on the relationships among specific leaf area, leaf nutrient content, and photosynthetic capacity in tropical woody species. Acta Oecologica 36: 149-159.

Liu, H., Y-B. Luo, and H. Liu. 2010.Studies of mycorrhizal fungi of Chinese orchids and their role in orchid conservation in China—A review. Botanical Review 76: 241-262.

Liu, H., C.-L. Feng, Y-B. Luo, B.-S. Chen, Zhong-S. Wang, and H.-Y. Gu. 2010. Potential challenges of climate change to orchid conservation in a wild orchid hotspot in Southwestern China. Botanical Review 76: 174-192.

Liu, H. and Y.-B. Luo. 2010. Protecting orchids in natural reserves: Research and restoration needs. Botanical Review 76: 137-139.

Liu, H., Y.-B. Luo, R. Pemberton, D. Luo, and S.-Y.Luo. 2009. New hope for Chinese wild orchids. Oryx 43: 169.

Liu, H. and R.W. Pemberton. 2009. Invasive orchid bee outperforms co-occurring native bees to promote an invasive Solanum. Oecologia 159: 515-525.

Liu, H. and R.W. Pemberton. 2010. Pollination of an invasive orchid, Cyrtopodium polyphyllum (Orchidaceae), by an invasive oil-collecting bee, Centris nitida, in southern Florida. Botany 88: 290-295.

*Machovina B. and K.J. Feeley. 2013. Climate change driven shifts in the extent and location of areas suitable for export banana production. Ecological Economics 93: 83-95.

Mandle, L.M., D.L. Warren, A.T. Peterson, M. Hoffman, J. Schmitt, and E.J. von Wettberg. 2010. Niche expansion in introduced Impatiens walleriana populations (or not) depending on method of analysis. PlosOne 5(12): e15297.

Marler, T.E., A. Lindstrom, and J.B Fisher. 2010. Stem tissue dimensions correlate with vulnerability to injury for six Cycas species. HortScience 45: 1293-1296.

Maschinski, J., M.A. Albrecht, L. Monks, and K.E. Haskins. 2012. Center for Plant Conservation best reintroduction practice guidelines. In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 277-306. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Maschinski, J., D.A. Falk, S.J. Wright, J. Possley, J. Roncal, and K. S. Wendelberger. 2012. Optimal locations for plant reintroductions in a changing world. In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 109-130. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins. 2012. Introduction. In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 1-5. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Maschinski, J., M.S. Ross, H. Liu, J. O’Brien, E.J. von Wettberg, and K.E. Haskins. 2011. Sinking ships: conservation options for endemic taxa threatened by sea level rise. Climatic Change 107: 147-167.

Maschinski, J., E. Sirkin, and J. Fant. 2010. Using genetic and morphological analysis to distinguish endangered taxa from their hybrids with the cultivated exotic pest plant Lantana strigocamara (syn: Lantana camara). Conservation Genetics 11: 1607-1621.

Maschinski, J. , S.J. Wright, and C. Lewis. 2012. The critical role of the public: plant conservation through volunteer and community outreach projects. In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 53-69. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Maschinski, J., S.J. Wright, S. Koptur, and *E. Pinto-Torres. 2013. When is local the best paradigm? Breeding history influences conservation reintroduction survival and trajectories in times of extreme climate events. Biological Conservation 159:277-284.

Maunder, M., M. Abdo, R. Berazain, C. Clubbe, F. Jimenez, A. Leiva, E. Santiago-Valentin, B. Jestrow, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2011. The plants of the Caribbean Islands: A review of the biogeography, diversity and conservation of a storm battered biodiversity hot-spot. In: Bramwell, D. and J. Caujapé-Castells (eds.). Pp. 154-178. The biology of island floras. Cambridge University Press, London.

Meerow, A.W., J. Francisco-Ortega, T. Ayala-Silva, D.Wm. Stevenson, and K. Nakamura. 2012. Population genetics of Zamia in Puerto Rico, a study with ten SSR loci. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 106: 204-223.

Meerow, A.W., J. Francisco-Ortega, M. Calonje, M.P. Griffith, T. Ayala-Silva, D.Wm. Stevenson, and K. Nakamura. 2012. Zamia (Cycadales: Zamiaceae) on Puerto Rico: Asymmetric genetic differentiation and the hypothesis of multiple introductions. American Journal of Botany 99: 1828-1839.

*Moynihan, J., D.W. Stevenson, C.E. Lewis, A.P. Vovides, P. Caputo, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2012. A phylogenetic study of Dioon Lind. (Zamiaceae, Cycadales), based on morphology, nuclear ribosomal DNA, a low copy nuclear gene and plastid RFLPs. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 106: 448-479.

*Moynihan, J., A.P. Vovides, J.J. Gonzalez-Astorga, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2012. Population genetic diversity in the Dioon edule Lindl. species complex (Zamiaceae, Cycadales): evidence from microsatellite data. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 106: 224-249.

Mukherjee, J. and E.J. von Wettberg. 2011. The broad spectrum of molecular approaches in conservation and management. (book review).  Ecology 92: 1377-1378.

Namoff, S., Q. Luke, F. Jiménez, A. Veloz, C.E. Lewis, V. Sosa, M. Maunder, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2010. Phylogenetic analyses of nucleotide sequences confirm a unique plant intercontinental disjunction between tropical Africa, the Caribbean, and the Hawaiian Islands. Journal of Plant Research 123: 57-65.

Namoff, S., C. Husby, L. Noblick, J. Francisco-Ortega, C.E. Lewis, and M.P. Griffith. 2010. How well does a botanical garden collection of a rare palm capture the genetic variation in a wild population? Biological Conservation 143: 1110-1117.

Namoff, S., J. Francisco-Ortega, S. Zona, and C. Lewis. 2010. Microsatellite markers developed for the Caribbean palm Pseudophoenix sargentii - two PCR-based methods. Conservation Genetic Resources 2: 85-87.

Namoff, S., A. Veloz, F. Jimenez, R.A. Rodriguez-Pena, B. Peguero, C. Lewis, * J. Moynihan, M. Abdo, M. Maunder, E. Von Wettberg, A.W. Meerow, M.P. Griffith, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2011. Sweet drinks are made of this: conservation genetics of an endemic palm species from the Dominican Republic. Journal of Heredity 102: 1-10.

Ojeda, I., J. Francisco-Ortega, and Q.C.B. Cronk. 2009. Evolution of petal epidermal micromorphology in Leguminosae and its use as a marker of petal identity. Annals of Botany 104: 1099-1110.

*Oleas, N.H., A.W. Meerow, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2009. Eight microsatellite loci in Phaedranassa schizantha Baker (Amaryllidaceae) and cross-amplification in other Phaedranassa species. Conservation Genetics 10: 1566-0621.

*Oleas, N.H., A.W. Meerow, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2009. Population dynamics of the endangered plant, Phaedranassa tunguraguae, from the Tropical Andean hotspot. Journal of Heredity 103: 557-569.

*Oleas, N., Jestrow, B., Calonje, M., Peguero, B., Jiménez, F., Rodríguez-Peña, R., Oviedo, R., Santiago-Valentín, E., Meerow, A.W., Abdo, M., Maunder, M., Griffith, P., and Francisco-Ortega, J. 2013. Molecular systematics of threatened seed plant species endemic in the Caribbean Islands. Botanical Review 79: 528-541.

*Oleas, N.,A.W. Meerow, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2013. Molecular markers and conservation of plant species in the Latin-America: the caseof Phaedranassa viridiflora (Amaryllidaceae). Botanical Review 79: 507-527.

Pascarella, J.B., J. Maschinski, and S.J. Wright. 2011. Soil seedbanks and long-term seed survival in the endangered Florida beach clustervine (Jacquemontia reclinata House [Convolvulaceae]). Native Plants Journal 12: 233-240.

Pemberton, R.W. and H. Liu. 2009. Marketing time determines naturalization rates of horticultural plants in Florida. Ecology 90: 69-80.

Pemberton, R.W. and H. Liu. 2011.Naturalized yellow cowhorn orchid, Cyrtopodium flavum (Orchidaceae), spreading in Florida. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5: 331-335.

Peres C.A., T.A. Gardner, J. Barlow, J. Zuanon, F. Michalski, A.C. Lees, I.C. Vieira, F.M.S. Moreira, and K.J. Feeley. 2010. Biodiversity conservation in human-modified Amazonian forest landscapes. Biological Conservation 143: 2314-2327.

Powell, D. and J. Maschinski. 2012. Connecting Fragments of the pine rockland ecosystem of South Florida: the Connect to Protect Network. Ecological Restoration 30: 285-288.

Possley, J., J. Maschinski, C. Rodriguez, and J. Dozier. 2009. Alternatives for reintroducing a rare ecotone species: manually thinned forest edge versus restored habitat remnant.  Restoration Ecology 17: 668-677.

*Rehm E.M. and K.J. Feeley. 2013. Forest patches and the upward migration of timberline in the southern Peruvian Andes. Forest Ecology and Management 305: 204-211.

Reichard, S., H. Liu, and C. Husby. 2012. Is managed relocation of rare plants another pathway for biological invasions? In: Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (eds.). Pp. 243-261. Plant reintroduction in a changing climate. Island Press, Washington.

Roncal, J., J. Maschinski, B. Schaffer, S.M. Gutierrez, and D. Walters. 2012. Testing appropriate habitat outside of historic range: The case of Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata (Fabaceae). Journal for Nature Conservation 20: 109-116.

Salas-Leiva, D.E., A.W. Meerow, M. Calonje, M.P. Grifith, J. Francisco-Ortega, K. Nakamura, D.W. Stevenson, C.E. Lewis & S. Namoff. 2013. Phylogeny of the cycads based on multiple single-copy nuclear genes: congruence of concatenated parsimony, likelihood and species tree inference methods. Annals of Botany 112: 1263-1278.

Salazar, A., J.Maschinski, and D. Powell. 2013.Ex-situ seed conservation of Endangered Key Tree Cactus (Pilosocereus robinii). Journal of Biodiversity & Endangered Species 1: 3.

Santiago-Valentin, E., J.A. Sustache-Sustache, J. Francisco-Ortega, C. Figuerola-Hernandez, J. Fumero-Caban, and P. Griffith. 2012. Pseudophoenix sargentii on Mona Island: conservation survey and a new discovery. Palms 56: 78-90.

Santos-Guerra, A., C.E. Jarvis, M.A. Carine, M. Maunder, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2011. Late 17th century herbarium collections from the Canary Islands: the plants collected by James Cuninghame in La Palma. Taxon 60: 1734-1753.

Sequeira M.M., A. Santos-Guerra, C.E. Jarvis, A. Oberli, M.A. Carine, M. Maunder, and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2010. The Madeiran plants collected by Sir Hans Sloane in 1687, and his descriptions. Taxon 59: 598-612.

Terborgh. J.W. and K.J. Feeley.  2010. Propagation of trophic cascades via multiple pathways in tropical forests. In: Terborgh J. W. and J. A. Estes (eds.). Pp. 125-140. Trophic cascades: predators, prey, and the changing dynamics of nature. Island Press, Washington, DC.

TerSteege H. and 100+ coauthors including K.J. Feeley. 2013. Hyper-dominance in the Amazonian tree flora. Science 342: 325-334.

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