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A Specimen-Based Catalogue of Mosses
Daniel H. Norris and James R. Shevock
Madroño 51(1): 1-131. 2004
A Key to the Mosses
Daniel H. Norris and James R. Shevock
Madroño 51(2): 133-269. 2004
Contributions toward a Bryoflora of California III.
Keys and Annotated Species Catalogue for Liverworts and Hornworts
William T. Doyle and Raymond E. Stotler
Madroño 53(2): 89-197. 2006
Part III is similar to the catalogue and key to the mosses; however, this work has the added feature of diagnostic narratives to separate species beyond the use of the keys. The work provides keys and identification narratives for the 150 liverworts and hornworts documented for California. Although written for California, it will be extremely useful for Nevada and southern Oregon.There are no liverworts or hornworts known from Nevada that are not in this work.
Contributions toward a Bryoflora of California IV.
A Moss Flora of Lake County, A Checklist of the Bryophytes of the Channel Islands, and A Catalogue of the Mosses of the Plumas National Forest
David R. Toren, Ben Carter and Colin Dillingham
Madroño 62(4): 185-276. 2015
Contributions toward a Bryoflora of California (and the West), Part V.
Checklist of Bryophytes of San Luis Obispo County, Bryophyte Inventory of Mount Diablo, Catalogue of Moss Species of Napa County, Bryoflora of the Russian Wilderness and Adjacent Slopes of the Salmon Mountains, Klamath National Forest, Flora of the Mosses of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in Oregon and California, Bryoflora of the Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming (Part I) and a Catalogue of Mosses and Liverworts of the Beartooth Plateau Area
James R. Shevock et. al., Benjamin E. Carter, David Hutton et. al., Stephen Patrick Rae, Jason R. Brooks, Yelena I. Kosovich-Anderson
Madroño 68(3): 139-335. 2021
This 5th special bryophyte issue of Madroño contributes to our understanding of species distribution in Napa and San Luis Obispo counties, Mount Diablo and Klamath National Forest in California, as well as in Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in Oregon, and Beartooth Plateau in Wyoming’s Yellowstone region.
Phenological Patterns in the Flora of Western North America
Madroño 68(4): 339-510. 2021
Contains articles covering a wide array of taxa representative of our extremely diverse flora, and includes historical, observational and experimental studies of the timing of various plant stages, from leaf out and flowering to fruit set.
An Annotated Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Mulegé, Baja California, Mexico
Madroño 67(3): 115-160. 2020
Plant Diversity and Endemism in the California Floristic Province
Madroño 63(2): 1-206. 2016
Contains the first complete list of vascular and bryophyte plants in the CFP.
100 Years of Madroño, A Special Issue
Madroño 60(4): 265-359. 2013
Classic Articles from the Last Century of Western North American Botany.
Tanoak: History, Ecology and Values.
Madroño 60(2): 63-164. 2013
Includes papers presented at “Tanoak Wild: A Celebration,” June 22, 2012, as part of the Fifth Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium.
Flora of the Carquinez Strait Region, Contra Costa and Solano Counties, California
Dean G. Kelch and Andrew Murdock
Madroño 59(2): 47-108. 2012
The Jepson Herbarium 50th Anniversary Celebration and Scientific Symposium
Madroño 47(4): 217-286. 2000
Discovery, Communication, and Conservation of Plant Biodiversity in California, June 16-18, 2000
The Future of California Floristics and Systematics
Madroño 42(2): 93-306. 1994
Research, Education, Conservation. Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Friends of the Jepson Herbarium, June 3-6, 1994.