2022 Edition

Flora of the Southeastern U.S.

Copyright Alan S. Weakley
Produced from the FloraManager database system by Michael T. Lee

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU), North Carolina Botanical Garden, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Books & Book Chapters

Weakley, A.S. 2022.  Flora of the Southeastern U.S. University of North Carolina Herbarium, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, NC. Request a copy here. 2022 pp.

Cotterman, L.M., D.E. Waitt, and A.S. Weakley. 2019. Wildflowers of the Atlantic Southeast. Timber Press, Portland, OR.  511 pp.

Smith, A.C. 2019. Thirty Great North Carolina Adventures: From Underground Wonderlands to Islands in the Sky and Everything in Between. UNC Press, Chapel Hill, NC. 304 pp. Contains chapter by Elisha Taylor, NCBG Youth & Family Program Manager.

Weakley, A.S. 2015.  Flora of the southern and mid-Atlantic states, working draft of May 2014.  University of North Carolina Herbarium, North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, NC. Also accessible at http://www.herbarium.unc.edu/flora.htm.  [and previous versions published annually or biennially, under slightly different titles, from 1992-present]  [refereed]  1340 pp.

Weakley, A.S., J.C. Ludwig, and J. F. Townsend.  2012.  Flora of Virginia.  Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth.  1554 pp.  [refereed]

Journals & Periodicals (authors in bold associated with North Carolina Botanical Garden)

Sorrie, Bruce A.  2021.  Vascular flora of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, U.S.A.  Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 15(2): 607-710.  https://doi.org/10.17348/jbrit.v15.i2.1168

Meyers, Dan J. & H. Van T. Cotter.  2022.  Type specimens held in the Fungal and Lichen Collections of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU). In prep.

Hughey, Jeffery R., Geoffrey L. Leister, Paul W. Gabrielson, and Max H. Hommersand.  2020.  Sarcopeltis gen. nov. (Gigartinaceae, Rhodophyta), with S. skottsbergii comb. nov. from southern South America and S. antarctica sp. nov. from the Antarctic Peninsula.  Phytotaxa 468(1):  075-088.  https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.468.1.4

Knapp, Wesley M., Anne Frances, Reed Noss, Robert F. C. Naczi, Alan Weakley, George D. Gann, Bruce G. Baldwin, James Miller, Patrick McIntyre, Brent D. Mishler, Gerry Moore, Richard G. Olmstead, Anna Strong, Kathryn Kennedy, Bonnie Heidel, and Daniel Gluesenkamp.  2020.  Vascular plant extinction in the continental United States and Canada. Conservation Biology.  https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13621

Knapp Wesley M., Derick B. Poindexter, and Alan S. Weakley.  2020.  The true identity of Marshallia grandiflora, an extinct species, and the description of Marshallia pulchra (Asteraceae, Helenieae, Marshalliinae).  Phytotaxa 447(1):  001-015.  https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.447.1.1

Knapp, Wesley M., Anne Frances, Reed Noss, Robert F. C. Naczi, Alan Weakley, George D. Gann, Bruce G. Baldwin, James Miller, Patrick McIntyre, Brent D. Mishler, Gerry Moore, Richard G. Olmstead, Anna Strong, Daniel Gluesenkamp, and Kathryn Kennedy.  2020.  Regional records improve data quality in determining plant extinction rates.  Nature Ecology & Evolution 4:  512-514.  https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-1146-1

LeBlond, R.  2020.  Panicum types at the University of North Carolina Herbarium (NCU).  Phytoneuron 2020-8: 1–38.

Lücking, R., L. Kaminsky, G.B. Perlmutter, J.D. Lawrey & M. Dal Forno. 2020. Cora timucua (Hygrophoraceae), a new and potentially extinct, previously misidentified basidiolichen of Florida inland scrub documented from historical collections. The Bryologist 123(4): 657-673.

Maneveldt, Gavin W., So Young Jeong, Tae Oh Cho, Jeffery R. Hughey, and Paul W. Gabrielson.  2020.  Reassessment of misapplied names, Phymatolithon ferox and P. repandum (Hapalidiales, Corallinophycidae, Rhodophyta) in South Africa, based on DNA sequencing of type and recently collected material.  Phycologia 59(5):  449-455.  https://doi.org/10.1080/00318884.2020.1800298

Perlmutter, G. and T. Howard. 2020 [ongoing]. Lichens of North Carolina [Internet]. Raleigh (NC): North Carolina Biodiversity Project and North Carolina State Parks. Available from https://auth1.dpr.ncparks.gov/lichen/index.php.

Perlmutter, G.B. and E. Rivas Plata. 2020. Lecanora (Aspicilia) albopruinosa is a synonym of Circinaria contorta. Opuscula Philolichenum 19: 168-171.

Perlmutter, G.B., E. Rivas Plata, S. LaGreca, A. Aptroot, R. Lücking, A. Tehler & D. Ertz. 2020. Biatora akompsa is revealed as a disjunct North American species of Pentagenella (Opegraphaceae) through molecular phylogenetic analysis and phenotype-based binning. The Bryologist 123(3): 502-516.

Pittman, A.B. and B.A. Sorrie.  2020.  Lobelia batsonii (Campanulaceae), a new species from the sandhills of the Carolinas.  Phytoneuron 2020-79: 1–9.

Sorrie, B.A.  2020.  Eremochloa ophiuroides (Poaceae) –– Distribution and collection chronology in the United States.  Phytoneuron 2020-18: 1–7.

Twist, Brenton A., Christpher E. Cornwall, Sophie J. McCoy, Paul W. Gabrielson, Patrick T. Martone, and Wendy A. Nelson.  2020.  The need to employ reliable and reproducible species identifications in coralline algal research. Marine Ecology Progress Series 654:  225-231.  https://doi.org/10.3354/meps13506

Weakley, Alan S., Derick B. Poindexer, Hannah C. Medford, Bruce A. Sorrie, Carol Ann McCormick, Edwin L. Bridges, Steve L. Orzell, Keith A. Bradley, Harvey E. Ballard, Jr., Remington N. Burwell, Samuel L. Lockhart, and Alan R. Franck.  2020.  Studies in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States:  VI.  Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 14(2):  199-239.  https://doi.org/10.17348/jbrit.v14.i2.1004

Zona, S. 2020. Shingle-leaf climbers. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution & Systematics. 47:  125577. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppees.2020.125577

Fetter, K.C., and A.S. Weakley. 2019. Reduced gene flow from mainland populations of Liriodendron tulipifera into the Florida peninsula promotes diversification. International Journal of Plant Sciences 180(3): 253-269.

Pyne, Milo, Steve L. Orzell and Edwin L. Bridges.  2019.  Physalis macrophysa (Solanaceae:  Physalinae: subgenus Rydbergis), its taxonomic disposition and relation to other material with large inflated fruiting calyces.  Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 13(1): 51-61.

Pyne, Milo, Steve L. Orzell, Edwin L. Bridges, and Derick Poindexter.  2019.  Physalis macrophysa (Solanaceae: Physalinae), a new psammohyte endemic to the west gulf coastal plain of the southeastern U.S.A., a global diversity hotspot.  Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 13(1):  31-50.

Weakley, A.S., C.T. Witsell, B. Baker, and D.B. Poindexter. 2018. Guide to the vascular plants of Arkansas, first approximation.  Arkansas Nature Preserves Commission and North Carolina Botanical Garden.

Weakley, A.S., R.K.S. McClelland, R.J. LeBlond, K.A. Bradley, J.F. Matthews, C. Anderson, and A.R. Franck. 2019. Studies in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States:  V.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 13(1): 107-129.

Weakley, A.S., B.A. Sorrie, R.J. LeBlond, D.B. Poindexter, A.J. Floden, E.E. Schilling, A.R. Franck, and J.C. Kees. 2018. New combinations, rank changes, and nomenclatural and taxonomic comments in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States.  IV.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 12(2): 461-480.

Weakley, A.S., D.B. Poindexter, R.J. LeBlond, B.A. Sorrie, E.L. Bridges, S.L. Orzell, A.R. Franck, M. Schori, B.R. Keener, A.R. Diamond, Jr., A.J. Floden, and R.D. Noyes. 2018. New combinations, rank changes, and nomenclatural and taxonomic comments in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States.  III.  J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 12(1): 27-67.

Weakley, A.S., and M.T. Lee. 2018. FloraQuest 2.0, an app for the identication of the >8000 species of vascular plants in the southeastern United States.  Apple Store.

Albrecht, M. A., Osazuwa‐Peters, O. L., Maschinski, J. , Bell, T. J., Bowles, M. L., Brumback, W. E., Duquesnel, J. , Kunz, M. , Lange, J. , McCue, K. A., McEachern, A. K., Murray, S. , Olwell, P., Pavlovic, N. B., Peterson, C. L., Possley, J. , Randall, J. L. and Wright, S. J. (2019) Effects of life history and reproduction on recruitment time lags in re-introductions of rare plants. Conservation Biology  33: 601-611.

Youngsteadt, Elsa, Rebecca E. Irwin, Alison Fowler, Matthew A. Bertone, Sara June Giacomini, Michael Kunz, Dale Suiter, and Clyde E. Sorenson (2018) Venus flytrap rarely traps its pollinators.  The American Naturalist 191:  539-546.

Kunz, M., Randall, J. L., Gray, J. B., Wall, W. A., & Hohmann, M. G. (2016) Germination and propagation of Astragalus michauxii, a rare southeastern US endemic legume. Native Plants Journal 17(1):  47-52.

Gustafson, D. J., Cruse-Sanders, J. M., Bucalo, K., Alley, H., Kunz, M., Alexander, M. L., Vankus, V., Duplantier, M. (2016) Survey of genetic diversity and seed germination rates of the southeastern endemic Symphyotrichum georgianum (Alexander) G. L. Nesom (Asteraceae) from large and small populations. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 143(3):  274-284.

Kunz, M., Buchanan, M. F., Randall, J. L., Wall, W. A., & Hohmann, M. G. (2014) Life cycle, vegetative propagation, and reintroduction of federally endangered rough-leaved loosestrife, Lysimachia asperulifolia. Castanea 79(1): 18-26.

Randall, J.L. and M. Kunz (2012) Case study in Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate (pp. 15-18). Island Press/Center for Resource Economics.

Posters & Other Media

Bryan, Corbin T., and H. Van T. Cotter (2020) Coker’s Amanita taxa: 100 years later.  Poster presented at the Mycological Society of America Annual Meeting (Virtual, July 21-22, 2020).

Cadwell, K. Suzanne, Avery McGinn, Dan J. Meyers, and H. Van T. Cotter (2019) Coker’s Lactarius taxa: 100 years later. Poster presented at the MidAtlantic States Mycology Conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States of America.

Meyers, Dan J., H. Van T. Cotter, and Meriel Goodwin (2018)  Identification an documentation of the fungal type collections in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium.  Poster presented at the MidAtlantic States Mycology Conference, Congaree National Park, Hopkins, South Carolina, United States of America.

Cotter, H. Van T., Carol Ann McCormick, Shanna Oberreiter, and Liane Salgado (2015)  NCU fungal herbarium:  a mother lode of types.  Poster presented at the MidAtlantic States Mycology Conference, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States of America.

NCBG Newsletter articles from the Herbarium

Zona, Scott and Carol Ann McCormick (May, 2022)  Nandina Fruits Can Be Toxic to Birds

McCormick, Carol Ann (May, 2022)  By Their Specific Epithets Ye Shall Know Them… Most of the Time

McCormick, Carol Ann (May, 2022)  Pressing Matters: How to Press a Plant for an Herbarium

McCormick, Carol Ann (March, 2022)  Further Afield:  Skunk Alert at Lake Townsend

Further Afield: Skunk Alert at Lake Townsend

Nesom, Guy L. (February,2022)  New Species of Foamflower

New Species of Foamflower

McCormick, Carol Ann (January, 2022) Further Afield:  Hiking & Resting in Peace in the Uwharrie Mountains

Further Afield: Hiking and Resting in Peace in the Uwharrie Mountains

McCormick, Carol Ann (December, 2021)  A toast to Polk County, Galax, and Bigleaf Scurfpea

A Toast to Polk County, Galax, and Bigleaf Scurfpea

England, Bryan (October, 2021)  Further afield:  Wilkerson Nature Preserve in Wake County, North Carolina

Further Afield: Wilkerson Nature Preserve in Wake County, North Carolina

McCormick, Carol Ann, John Gaskin and Mark Schwarzlaender (September, 2021)  Hounds & Weevils:  Herbaria in pest management and conservation research

Hounds and Weevils: Herbaria in Pest Management and Conservation Research

Schoonover McClelland, R. Kevan (August, 2021)  The search for Moose Haven:  On the trail of Rev. Hugh O’Neill    https://ncbg.unc.edu/2021/08/04/the-search-for-moose-haven-on-the-trail-of-rev-hugh-oneill/

McCormick, Carol Ann (July, 2021)  Enchantress along the Eno

Enchantress along the Eno

Zona, Scott (July, 2021)  A Carolina Onion from Asia

A Carolina Onion from Asia

McCormick, Carol Ann (May, 2021) Daniel Meyers wins Couch Award in Biology

Daniel Meyers wins Couch Award in Biology

McCormick, Carol Ann (May, 2021)  New Virginia Gems in the Herbarium.

New Virginia Gems in the Herbarium

Wiley, R. Haven (April, 2021)  Orchids:  Masters of Deception.

Orchids: Masters of Deception

Rose, David (March, 2021)  Our Lady of the Gasteromycetes:  The Mushrooms of Violetta White Delafield (reposted with permission of FUNGI)  https://ncbg.unc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/963/2021/03/V13I4-FUNGI-HR-Underground.pdf

Sorrie, Bruce A. (February, 2021) The Story of the Streamhead Lobelia, Lobelia batsonii

The Story of the Streamhead Lobelia, Lobelia batsonii

McCormick, Carol Ann (January, 2021)  One Flower You will Never Find in the  Herbarium

One Flower You Will Never Find in the Herbarium*

Bryan, Corbin T., Dan Meyers, Van Cotter, and Carol Ann McCormick (January, 2021) A new fungus among-us:  “Chip Cherry” makes first appearance in North Carolina

A New Fungus Among-Us: “Chip Cherry” makes first appearance in North Carolina

McCormick, Carol Ann (December, 2020)  Spelunking in the Caves of Chapel Hill

Spelunking in The Caves of Chapel Hill

McCormick, Carol Ann (November, 2020)  Algae, Merritt’s BLT, and Literature Converge in an Herbarium Loan

Algae, Merritt’s BLT, and Literature Converge in an Herbarium Loan

Cotter, Van (November, 2020)  Mushrooms whose White Spores turn Bluish-Black.

Mushrooms whose White Spores turn Bluish-Black

McCormick, Carol Ann (September, 2020)  Spreading the Herbarium Gospel

Spreading the Herbarium Gospel

McCormick, Carol Ann (August, 2020)  Following in Botanical Footsteps at Rocky Face Mountain

Following in Botanical Footsteps at Rocky Face Mountain

McCormick, Carol Ann & Van Cotter (July, 2020)  Happy Birthday, Psilocybe!

Happy Birthday, Psilocybe!

Cotter, Van T. (April, 2020)  Mason Farm Microbes make Fine Sourdough Bread

Mason Farm Microbes Make Fine Sourdough Bread

McCormick, Carol Ann (April 2019)  The Backstory of Little Sweet Betsy

The Backstory of Little Sweet Betsy

McCormick, Carol Ann (March, 2020)  Tree Cores Come to the Herbarium

Tree Cores Come to the Herbarium

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2017 November.  Sandhills to Sequencing:  Collecting Leaf Tissue from a Rare Plant for DNA Analysis.  North Carolina Botanical Garden e-Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Bruce Sorrie collects leaf tissue from Sandhills Lily, Lilium pyrophilum, for analysis by Brian Keener.

Perlmutter, Gary.  2017 November.  Noteworthy Lichen Speicmens in the Herbarium.  North Carolina Botanical Garden e-Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Perlmutter, Gary.  2017 November.  Lichen Taxa given to NCU 2017 by Edward C. Uebel.  North Carolina Botanical Garden e-Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Herbarium Associate discusses Edward Uebel’s gift of 330 lichen specimens to the Herbarium as well as other interesting specimens recently accessioned or cataloged.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2015 Summer.  Local Flora, Deaf Botanists, Type Specimens, Colombia, and Trains:  A Typical Day in the Herbarium.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate Ellie Kravets curates specimens collected by Herbert Huntingdon Smith (1851-1919).

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2014  Summer.  Make Room for Harvey!  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The Herbarium is awarded a National Science Foundation grant to catalog our macroalgae collection, including a specimen of Chondracanthus harveyanus nicknamed “Harvey”.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2013 December.  The Manure Piles of Chapel Hill.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The Herbarium is awarded a National Science Foundation grant to catalog our fungi collection, including those collected in and around Chapel Hill by Dr. William Chambers Coker.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2011 August.  Stars and Bars… and Botany:  E. Kirby Smith.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The Herbarium discovers botanical specimens collected by botanist and Confederate States of America General E. Kirby Smith.

Perlmutter, Gary and Carol Ann McCormick.  2011 May.  Aux Foux:  crazy about lichens.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of how Jana’s Cobblestone Lichen, Acarospora janae, got its name and the role of Brother Arsene in collecting it in New Mexico.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2011 February.  A Palm for the Masses.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The natural history of the palms used for Palm Sunday, and the challenges caused by over-harvesting of the Central American plants for sale in North America.

McCormick, Carol Ann. 2010 November.  Voyages of Discovery:  novel information from old herbarium specimens.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of why Dr. Paul Gabrielson sequenced the DNA of algae specimens collected in the 1700’s.

Weakley, Alan S.  2010 August.  Grandfather Mountain in the Footsteps of Asa Gray.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of the discovery and re-discovery of Conioselinum chinense, “hemlock-parsley”, on Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina.

Weakley, Alan S. 2010 May.  Silverbells a’ringin.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Musings on the pronounciation of Halesia, the number of species in the genus, and the biogeography of Silverbells.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2010 March-April.  Where’s a Good Giant Ground Sloth When You Need One? North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Extinct megafauna, such as American Mastodons, Giant Ground Sloths, and American Camels, were likely dispersers of plants in North America, including persimmon, avacado, and Osage orange.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2009 Nov-Dec.  What Goes Around Comes Around.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of how the Herbarium received a specimen of Rugel’s Ragwort (Rugelia nudicaulis) collected by Ferdinand Rugel (1806-1879) from the British Museum.

LeBlond, Richard.  2009 Sept-Oct.  A Goldenrod’s Brush with Fame.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of Solidago leavenworthii — its biogeography, its discoverer, and its role in the manufacture of early automobiles.

McCormick, Carol Ann. 2009 May-June. Specimens from the Deep Freeze. North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of the single vascular plant from Antarctica curated by NCU.

Weakley, Alan S. 2009 Jan-Feb.  Plants We Eat and Grow.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Carolina undergraduates in “Local Flora” learn about the plants they eat.

Burk, William R.  2008 Nov-Dec.  The UNC Herbarium:  A Centennial History.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
William Burk summarizes the history of the Herbarium as it celebrates its 100th birthday.

LeBlond, Richard.  2008 July-August.  A Most Dangerous Profession.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Botanist Frederick W. Grigg was arrested as a German spy upon returning from a trip to Cape Cod to document Golden Club, Orontium aquaticum.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2008 May-June.  Mississippi Rare Plants:  A Case Study in the Herbarium. North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
While inventorying specimens of rare plants collected in Mississippi, high school volunteer Matt Gromlich uncovers the Herbarium’s role in the formation of the Rare Plant List for Mississippi in the 1970’s.

Perlmutter, Gary.  2008  March-April.  Beatrix Potter and the Lichens.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Harsh dismissal by the scientific community led Miss Beatrix Potter to exile in the countryside where she wrote the Peter Rabbit series of books.

LeBlond, Richard.  2007 Nov-Dec.  Bay Boneset: A New and Very Rare Plant from the Carolinas.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
A description of the discovery and naming of Eupatorium paludicola, a rare plant of the Carolinas.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2007 Sept-Oct.  The Heartbreak of Psoralea.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The story of NCU’s specimen of Psoralea stipulata (Orbexilum stipulatum), Falls-of-the-Ohio Scurfpea, a plant presumed to be extinct.

McCormick, Carol Ann.  2006 Nov-Dec.  One Flower You’ll Never Find in the Herbarium.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
A story about “Ice Flowers”found in Alamance County, North Carolina.

Weakley, Alan S. 2004 March-April.  The Curious Case of the Disappearing Asters.  North Carolina Botanical Garden Newsletter, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Alan Weakley discusses how North American plants in the familiar genus Aster have been placed in less familiar genera such as Symphyotrichum and Eurybia.

 

 

Press Releases

Cotterman, Laura.  2012.  Press Release:  New Plant Species Named by UNC Botanical Researchers (Marshallia legrandii).  North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.

 

 

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