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RESEARCH LITERATURE

The Research Literature database was created and funded by the Florida Wildflower Foundation. Use the search features below to find scientific articles on native wildflowers that are commercially available or used in restoration projects.

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Evaluation of diversity among North American accessions of false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa L.) for forage and biomass
by: L. R. Dehaan, N. J. Ehlke, C. C. Sheaffer, D. L. Wyse, R. L. Dehaan
Notes: L. R. Dehaan, N. J. Ehlke, C. C. Sheaffer, D. L. Wyse, and R. L. Dehaan. "Evaluation of diversity among North American accessions of false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa L.) for forage and biomass." Geneti...
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A Revision of the Goldenaster Genus Chrysopsis (Nutt) Ell Nom Cons (Compositae-Astereae)
by: J. C. Semple
Notes: J. C. Semple. "A Revision of the Goldenaster Genus Chrysopsis (Nutt) Ell Nom Cons (Compositae-Astereae)." Rhodora 83.835 (1981): 323-384.
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Neighborhood Effects on Fruit Removal by Birds: A Field Experiment with Viburnum Dentatum (Caprifoliaceae)
by: S. Sargent
Notes: S. Sargent. "Neighborhood Effects on Fruit Removal by Birds: A Field Experiment with Viburnum Dentatum (Caprifoliaceae)." Ecology 71.4 (1990): 1289-1298.
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Plant Bugs (Heteroptera, Miridae) of Phlox Subulata and Other Narrow-Leaved Phloxes in Eastern United States
by: A. G. Wheeler
Notes: A. G. Wheeler. "Plant Bugs (Heteroptera, Miridae) of Phlox Subulata and Other Narrow-Leaved Phloxes in Eastern United States." Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 97.2 (1995): 435-4...
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A biosystematic survey of Coreopsis in eastern United States and Canada
by: E. B. Smith
Notes: E. B. Smith. "A biosystematic survey of Coreopsis in eastern United States and Canada." SIDA Contributions to Botany 6.3 (1976): 123-215.
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