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22Flora of North America Editorial Committee1993-Flora of North America North of MexicoOxford University Press, New YorkThe project will publish 26 volumes of Vascular Plants. As of January 2019, these have been published: 1-9, 12, 19-26.
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27Haynes, J.E. et al. 2020Revision of Fothergilla, including resurrection of F. parvifolia and a new species, F. milleriPhytoKeys 144: 57-80
28Hosier, P.E. 2018Seacoast Plants of the Carolinas. A New Guide for Plant Identification and Use in the Coastal LandscapeUniversity of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill
29Isely, D1990Vascular Flora of the Southeastern United States: Volume 3, Part 2 -- Leguminosae (Fabaceae)University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill
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50Nesom, G.L.2004A new species of Gamochaeta from the eastern United States and comments on similar species. Sida 21: 717-741.
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54Poindexter, D.B.2013Vascular flora and plant communities of Alleghany County, North Carolina. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 7: 529-574.
55Poindexter, D.B., A.S. Weakley, and M.W. Denslow2011New exotic additions and other noteworthy records for the flora of North Carolina.Phytoneuron 2011-42: 1-14.
56Poindexter, D.B., and J.B. Nelson2011A new hedge-nettle (Stachys: Lamiaceae) from the Southern Appalachian mountainsJournal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5(2):405-414
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59Reznicek, A.A.1993Carex pumila (Cyperaceae) in North America. Castanea 58: 220-224.
60Robinson, L.G. 2018List of Rare Plant Species of North CarolinaNorth Carolina Natural Heritage Program; N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, RaleighRare Plant Species of NC
61Rogers, C.M. 1963Yellow flowered species of Linum in eastern North AmericaBrittonia 15: 97-122
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63Schilling, E.E. and K.C. Grubbs2016Systematics of the Eupatorium mohrii complex.Systematic Botany 41 (3).
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66Semple, J.C. and F.D. Bowers1985A Revision of the Goldenaster Genus Pityopsis. University of Waterloo Biological Series, No. 29, University of Waterloo, Ontario.
67Semple, J.C. et al. 2015A multivariate morphometric study of the Solidago altissima complex. Phytoneuron 2015-10: 1-31.
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72Sorrie, B.A.Vascular Flora of the Outer Banks, North Carolina.Manuscript in prep.
73Sorrie, B.A.2011A Field Guide to Wildflowers of the Sandhills Region -- North Carolina, South Carolina, GeorgiaUniversity of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill
74Sorrie, B.A. 2012Identification, distribution, and habitat of needle-leaved Hypericum (Hypericaceae) in the southeastern United States.Phytoneuron 2012-76: 1-14.
75Sorrie, B.A.2014The maritime variant of Smilax bona-nox (Smilacaceae). Phytoneuron 2014-16: 1-3.
76Sorrie, B.A. 2018Solidago aestivalis in the Carolinas.Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 12: 27-67.
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78Sorrie, B.A. and A.S. Weakley2017New combinations...in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States. III JBRIT 12: 54-56
79Sorrie, B.A. and A.S. Weakley2017Stenanthium leimanthoides and S. densum (Melanthiaceae) revisited, with the description of two new species.JBRIT 11: 275-287
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81Sorrie, B.A. et al. 2006The vascular flora of the longleaf pine ecosystem of Fort Bragg and Weymouth Woods, North Carolina.Castanea 71: 127-159.
82Sorrie, B.A. et al. 2012A new Sisyrinchium (Iridaceae) from cedar glades of northern Alabama.JBRIT 6: 323-329.
83Sorrie, B.A., A.S. Weakley, and R.J. LeBlond2018Reassessment of Oenothers fruticosa var. unguiculataJournal of the Botanical Research Inst. of Texas 12: 471-475
84Sorrie, B.A., B. Keener, and A.L. Edwards2007Reinstatement of Sagittaria macrocarpa (Alismataceae).JBRIT 1: 345-350.
85Sorrie, B.A., R.J. LeBlond, and A.S. Weakley.2013Identification, Distribution, and Habitat of Coreopsis section Eublepharis (Asteraceae) and Description of a New Species. JBRIT 7: 299-310.
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