Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Marsilea mutica listed in key words.

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REFTypeCut-and-Paste Reference
29238 Database Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 2021. Botanical Research Institute of Texas Philecology Herbarium (BRIT). SEINet Data Portal. http// Accessed on 04/06/2021.
28915 Database Brigham Young University. 2021. Stanley L. Welsh Herbarium (BRY). SEINet Data Portal. Accessed on 04/06/2021.
24369 Database Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. 2019. EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system. The University of Georgia, Tifton, GA. Accessed on 01/27/2019.
28165 Database Clark, J.L. (curator), J. Lopez-Bautista (curator), S. Ginzbarg, R.R. Haynes, and B. Keener. 2009. University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA). University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.
29254 Database Damrel, D. (curator). 2011. Clemson University Herbarium (CLEMS). Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
28080 Database Environmental Assessment Program. 2018. Washington State Lakes Environmental Data Version 1.0. Washington State Department of Ecology, Lacey, WA. Accessed on 12/18/2018.
10702 Database Florida Museum of Natural History. 2021. University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS). Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL.
13619 Other Cut-and-paste reference not available due to unhandled reference type. Please contact support to request the addition of the 'Other' type.
18048 Journal Article Jacono, C.C., and Johnson, D.M. 2006. Water-clover ferns, Marsilea, in the Southeastern United States. Castanea 71(1):1-14.
13618 Journal Article Knepper, D.A., D.M. Johnson, and L.J. Musselman. 2002. Marsilea mutica (Marsileaceae) in Virginia. American Fern Journal 92(3):243-244.
19426 Database Madsen, J.D. 2010. Invasive Plant Atlas of the MidSouth. Geosystems Research Institute, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS.
37908 Journal Article Moorhead, O.W.W. 2021. Marsilea mutica (Marsileaceae) newly reported in Texas, U.S.A. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 15(2):711-713.
13276 Database Neel, M. (director), J. Hall (curator), and N. Anderson. 2014. Norton-Brown Herbarium (MARY). University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
28443 Journal Article Peck, J.H. 2011. New and noteworthy additions to the Arkansas fern flora. Phytoneuron 30:1-33.
29555 Journal Article Redman, D.E. 2008. Marsilea mutica in Maryland. American Fern Journal 98(3):176-177.
28331 Database SEINet Portal Network. 2021. Southwest Environmental Information Network. Symbiota Software Project, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ. Accessed on 04/17/2021.
35645 Journal Article Senn, G. 1909. Schwimmblase und intercostalstreifen einer neukaledonischen wasserform von Marsilea. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 27:111-119.
28166 Database Solomon, J. (curator). 2015. Missouri Botanical Garden Herbarium (MO). Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO.
25944 Database Ueda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie. 2021. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. Accessed on 11/23/2021.
10553 Database University of Georgia. 2021. University of Georgia Herbarium (GA). SEINet Data Portal. Accessed on 04/17/2021.
28185 Database University of Washington. 2018. University of Washington Herbarium (WTU). Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria Specimen Database. Accessed on 04/07/2021.
17183 Database Virginia Botanical Associates. 2020. Digital Atlas of the Virginia Flora. Virginia Botanical Associates, Blacksburg, VA.
28990 Database Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. 2015. Massey Herbarium (VPI). SEINet Data Portal.
28849 Database Woods, M., and A.R. Diamond, Jr. 2016. Troy University Herbarium (TROY). Troy University, Troy, AL.
29811 Journal Article Yen, S., and P.J. Myerscough. 1989. Co-existence of three species of amphibious plants in relation to spatial and temporal variation: Field evidence. Austral Ecology 14(3):291-303.
29812 Journal Article Yen, S., and P.J. Myerscough. 1989. Co-existence of three species of amphibious plants in relation to spatial and temporal variation: Investigation of plant responses. Austral Ecology 14(3):305-318.


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