Publications


Refereed Publications from the South Florida Conservation Team

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

Albrecht, W. D., J. Maschinski, A. Mracna, and S. Murray. 2005. A community participatory project to restore a native grassland. Natural Areas Journal 25:137-146. 

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(2):529-531.

Cariaga, K.A., C.E. Lewis, J. Maschinski, S.J. Wright and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2005.  Patterns of genetic diversity In the critically endangered Florida Keys endemic Consolea corallicola Small (Cactaceae): evidence from inter simple sequence repeat (ISSRs) DNA polymorphisms. Caribbean Journal Of Science 41:225-233.

Fisher, J.B. and K. Jayachandran.  2002.  Arbuscual mycorrhizal fungi enhance seedling growth in two endangered plant species from South Florida.  International Journal of Plant Science 163(4): 559-566.

Fourqurean, J.W., T.J. Smith, J. Possley, T.M. Collins, D. Lee and S. Namoff.  2009.  Are mangroves in the tropical Atlantic ripe for invasion? Exotic mangrove trees in the forests of South Florida.  Biological Invasions. Online First.  DOI:10.1007/s10530-009-9660-8.

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

Goodman, J., J. Maschinski, P.Hughes, J. McAuliffe, J. Roncal, D. Powell, and L.O. Sternberg. 2012b.  Differential response to soil salinity in endangered Key Tree Cactus: implications for survival in a changing climate. PLoS ONE 7(3): e32528. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032528. 

Lane, C., S.J. Wright, J. Roncal and J. Maschinski. 2008. Characterizing environmental gradients and their influence on vegetation zonation in a subtropical coastal sand dune system. Journal of Vegetation Science 24:213-224.

Maschinski, J., S.J. Wright, S. Koptur, 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 Conservation159:277-284.

Maschinski, J., M. Ross, H. Liu, J. O’Brien, E.J. von Wettberg, and K.E. Haskins. 2011. Sinking Ships: Conservation Alternatives for Endemic Taxa Threatened by Sea Level Rise. Climatic Change 107:147–167.

Maschinski, J., J. Possley, M.Q.N. Fellows, C. Lane, A. Muir, K. Wendelberger, S. Wright, and H. Thornton.  2005. Using thinning as a fire surrogate to improve native plant diversity in a South Florida pine rockland habitat.  Ecological Restoration 23:2. 

Maschinski, J., J.E. Baggs, P.F. Quintana-Ascencio and E.S. Menges. 2006. Using PVA to examine effects of climate change on the population viability of an endangered limestone endemic shrub, Arizona cliffrose.  Conservation Biology 20:218-228. 

Maschinski, J. and J. Duquesnel. 2006. Successful reintroductions of the endangered long-lived Sargent's cherry palm, Pseudophoenix sargentii, in the Florida Keys. Biological Conservation 134:122-129. 

Maschinski, J. and S.J. Wright.  2006.  Using ecological theory to plan restorations of the endangered Beach Jacquemontia in fragmented habitats.  Journal for Nature Conservation 14:180-189. 

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

Pinto-Torres, E. and S. Koptur. 2009. Hanging by a coastal strand: breeding system of a federally endangered morning glory of the south-eastern Florida coast, Jacquemontia reclinata. Annals of Botany 104:1301-1311.

Possley, J. and J. Maschinski. 2006. Competitive effects of the invasive grass Rhynchelytrum repens (Willd.) C.E. Hubb. on native pine rockland vegetation.  Natural Areas Journal 26:390-394. 

Possley, J., K. Hines, J. Maschinski, J. Dozier, and C. Rodriguez.  2007.  A common passion: multiple agencies and volunteers unite to reintroduce goatsfoot passionflower to rockland hammocks of Miami, Florida.  Native Plants Journal 8(3):252-258.

Possley, J., S. Woodmansee and J. Maschinski.  2008.  Patterns of plant diversity in fragments of globally imperiled pine rockland forest: effects of recent fire frequency and fragment size.  Natural Areas Journal 28(4):379-394.

Possley, J., J. Maschinski., C. Rodriguez and J. Dozier. 2009.  Alternatives for reintroducing a rare ecotone species: mechanically thinned forest edge versus restored habitat remnant.  Restoration Ecology 17(5):668-677.

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.

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.

Roncal, J., C.B. Asmussen, J. Francisco-Ortega, and C.E. Lewis. 2005. Molecular phylogenetics of tribe Geonomeae (Palmae) using nuclear DNA sequences of phosphoribulokinase and RNA polymerase II. Systematic Botany 30: 275-283. 

Roncal, J., S. Zona, and C.E. Lewis. 2005. Calyptrogyne plumeriana: A new name for a familiar palm. Palms 49:149-150. 

Roncal, J. 2006. Habitat differentiation of sympatric Geonoma macrostachys (Arecaceae) varieties in Peruvian lowland forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22:483-486. 

Roncal, J., J. Fisher, M.Q.N. Fellows, K. Wendelberger, J. Maschinski, and M.W. Fidelibus. 2006. Propagation protocol for the endangered crenulate lead plant, Amorpha herbacea Walter var. crenulata (Rydberg) Isely. Native Plants Journal  7:89-93. 

Roncal, J., J. Fisher, S.J. Wright, A. Frances, K. Griffin, J. Maschinski, and M.W. Fidelibus. 2006. Propagation protocol for the endangered Jacquemontia reclinata House from South Florida.  Native Plants Journal 7:301-306. 

Roncal, J., J. Francisco-Ortega, and C.E. Lewis. 2007. An evaluation of taxonomic distinctness of two Geonoma macrostachys (Arecaceae) varieties based on inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) variation. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 153:381-392.

Thornton, H.E.B., J. Roncal, C.E. Lewis, J. Maschinski and J. Francisco-Ortega. 2008. Genetic structure and diversity of Jacquemontia reclinata, an endangered coastal morning glory species from Southern Florida: Implications for conservation management.  Biotropica 40: 507-514.

Wendelberger, K.S., M.Q.N. Fellows, J. Maschinski. 2008. Rescue and restoration: Experimental translocation of Amorpha herbacea Walter. var. crenulata (Rybd.) Isley into a novel urban habitat. Restoration Ecology 16(4):542-552. DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2008.00422.x

Wendelberger, K.S. and J. Maschinski. 2009. Linking GIS, observational and experimental studies to determine optimal seedling microsites of an endangered plant in a subtropical urban fire-adapted ecosystem.  Restoration Ecology 17(6): 845-853. DOI:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2008.00422.x.

Wright, S.J. and M. Fidelibus. 2004. Shade limited root mass and carbohydrate reserves of the endangered beach clustervine (Jacquemontia reclinata) grown in containers. Native Plants Journal 5(1).

Wright, S.J. 2004. Fire returns to native palms in coastal South Florida. Palms 48: 117-120

 

Book and Book Chapters

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 J. Maschinski and K. E. Haskins (editors). Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils. Island Press, Washington DC.

Kennedy, K., M.A. Albrecht, E.O. Guerrant Jr., S.E. Dalrymple, J. Maschinski, and K.E. Haskins. 2012. Synthesis and Future Directions. In J. Maschinski and K. E. Haskins (editors). Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils. Island Press, Washington DC.

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 J. Maschinski and K. E. Haskins (editors). Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils. Island Press, Washington DC.

Maschinski, J., S.J. Wright, C. Lewis. 2012. The Critical Role of the Public: Plant Conservation through Volunteer and Community Outreach Projects. In J. Maschinski and K. E. Haskins (editors). Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils. Island Press, Washington DC.

Maschinski, J., M.A. Albrecht, L. Monks, and K.E. Haskins. 2012. Center for Plant Conservation Best Reintroduction Practice Guidelines.In J. Maschinski and K. E. Haskins (editors). Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils. Island Press, Washington DC.

Maschinski, J. and K.E. Haskins (editors). 2012. Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils. Island Press, Washington DC.

Maschinski, J. 2006.  Implications of population dynamic and metapopulation theory for restoration. In: Foundations of Restoration Ecology, D. Falk, M. Palmer, and J. Zedler (editors). Island Press, Washington, DC. 

 

Selected Recent Popular Articles

Burgess, H. and J. Possley.  2009.  Reconciling Plant Introduction and Conservation at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.  Wildland Weeds 13(1):4-6.

Maschinski, J. 2012.  Where can a species go when its habitat is gone?  The Tropical Garden 67(4):45-47.

Maschinski, J. 2013. Seeds: A Sensible Conservation Solution, The Tropical Garden, Spring 2013.

Possley, J.  2012.  Pining for fire: managing Miami’s endangered pine rocklands.  The Tropical Garden. 67(4):19-22.

Possley, J. 2011.  Conserving Miami’s Treasured Ferns.  The Tropical Garden 66(4): 30-32.

Weekley, C.W., D.R. Gordon, J. Maguire, J. Maschinski, E.S. Menges, V.C. Pence and C.L. Peterson. 2008. Florida's endangered and threatened plant conservation grants program: Saving Florida's rarest plants. The Palmetto 25(2):8-13.  

  

Selected Recent Reports

Possley, J., J. Maschinski, L. Krueger, V. Pence, S. Wright and D. Powell. 2013. Year 10 report: Biological monitoring for plant conservation in Miami-Dade County natural areas.  Miami-Dade County Resolution #R-808-07.  Report from Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami,FL.

Maschinski, J., S.J. Wright, J. Possley, D. Powell, and V. Pence. 2012. Conservation of South Florida Endangered and Threatened Flora: 2011-2012 Program at Fairchild Tropical Garden. Final Report Contract #017162. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, Gainesville, FL.

Maschinski, J., D. Powell, E. von Wettberg, and T. Fotinos. 2012. Genetic Analysis, Monitoring, Propagation, and Reintroduction of the Endangered Key Tree Cactus (Pilosocereus robinii). Final Report to FDACS, Florida Forest Service, Contract #017950, Tallahasee, FL.

Possley, J., J. Maschinski, S. Wright, L. Krueger, D. Powell, C. Cooper, and J. Moore.  2012.  Year 9 report: Biological monitoring for plant conservation in Miami-Dade County natural areas.  Miami-Dade County Resolution #R-808-07. Report to Miami-Dade County EEL and NAM Programs. Miami, FL.