AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
J. R. AINSLIE1926The physiography of Sothern Nigeria and its effect on the forest flora of the country.
E. W. BERRY1926A fossil palm fruit from the Middle Eocene ofNorthwestern Peru.
E. W. BERRY1926Cocos and Phymatocaryon in the Pliocene of NewZealand.
O. F. COOK1926A new genus of palms based on Kentia forsteriana.
O. F. COOK1927New genera and species of ivory palms fromColombia, Ecuador and Peru.
M. BURRET1928Beitrage zur Kenntnis der Palmen von Malesia,Papua und der S
A. HOLLICK1928Palaeobotany of Porto Rico.
E. W. BERRY1929A palm nut of Attalea from the Upper Eocene ofFlorida.
M. BURRET1929Die gattung Ceroxylon Humb. et Bonpl.
R. BOUILLENNE1930Un voyage botanique dans le bas-Amazone.
M. BURRET1930Geonomae americanae.
C. J. MAURY1930O Cretaceo da Parahyba do Norte. As floras do Cretaceo Superior da America do Sul.
O. BECCARI1931Asiatic palms
L. BOYD1932Monocotyledonous seedlings: morphological studies in the post-seminal development of the embryo.
U. MARTELLI1932Pelagodoxa henryana Becc., palma della Isole Marquesas.
M. BURRET1933Chamaedorea Willd. und verwandte Palmengattungen.
M. BURRET1933Schippia, eine neue Palmengattung aus Brit. Honduras.
M. BURRET1933Bactris und verwandte Palmengattungen.
C. X. FURTADO1933The limits of Areca L. and its sections.
E. M. REID, CHANDLER. M. E. J.1933The flora of the London Clay.
L. H. BAILEY1934American palmettos.
M. BURRET1934Die Palmengattung Astrocaryum G.F.W. Meyer.
C. X. FURTADO1934Palmae Malesicae.
L. H. BAILEY1935The king palms of Australia
L. H. BAILEY1935Certain ptychospermate palms of horticulturists.
M. BURRET1935New palms from Fiji.
J. S. GAMBLE1935Flora of the Presidency of Madras.
L. H. BAILEY1936Washingtonia.
M. BURRET1936Die Palmengattung Gronophyllum Scheff.
M. BURRET1936Die Palmengattungen Nengella Becc. und Leptophoenix Becc.
A. HOLLICK1936The Tertiary floras of Alaska.
NO1936Fossil palms.
L. H. BAILEY1937Notes on Brahea.
J. M. BEAL1937Cytological studies in the genus Phoenix.
E. W. BERRY1937Gyrocarpus and other fossil plants from theCumarebo field in Venezuela.
M. BURRET1937Palmae chinenses.
O. F. COOK1937New household palm, Neanthe bella.
O. F. COOK1937Hurricane palms in Florida, including a newgenus Simpsonia.
L. H. BAILEY1939Howea in cultivation
L. H. BAILEY1939New Haitian genus of palms.
O. F. COOK1939Bornoa, an endemic palm of Haiti.
O. F. COOK1939A second household palm, Omanthe costaricana.
O. F. COOK, DOYLE. C. B.1939The edible pacaya palm of Alta Verapaz.
H. LEON1939Contribucion al studio de las palmas de Cuba. III. G
L. H. BAILEY1940The generic name Corozo.
O. F. COOK1940Aublet the botanist, a pioneer against slavery, witha memorial genus of palms.
C. X. FURTADO1940Palmae Malesicae VIII.
M. BURRET1941Die Palmengattung Tessmaniodoxa gen. nov.
V. I. CHEADLE, WHITFORD. N. B.1941Observations on the phloem in the Monocotyledoneae. I. The occurrence and phylogenetic specialization in structure of the sieve tubes in themetaphloem.


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith