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A Selected Guide to the Literature of the Flowering Plants of Mexico

Table of contents :
Random Thoughts on Bibliographies
Principal Libraries Used
General Abbreviations
Abbreviations: Libraries and Related Institutions
Bibliographic Works Consulted
Journal Titles Cited
A Selected Guide to the Literature on the Flowering Plants of Mexico
A. A. D.– Bruman
Brumhard – Dorvault
Dorvaz – Hartley
Hartman – Lloyd
Loaeza – O’ Mara
O’ Marie – Royer
Royle – Turpin
Turrill – Zwinger

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© 1964 by the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania Published in Great Britain, India, and Pakistan by the Oxford University Press London, Bombay, and Karachi Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 64-10897


Dedicated to Our sister republic Mexico, and to the many Mexicans whom I am privileged to call my friends. And to my husband, whose idea it was to go to Mexico in the first place.


Random Thoughts on Bibliographies






Principal Libraries Used


General Abbreviations


Abbreviations: Libraries and Related Institutions


Bibliographic Works Consulted


Journal Titles Cited









RANDOM THOUGHTS ON BIBLIOGRAPHIES (Their compilation, use, and evaluation) Blanck, Jacob. Bibliography of American Literature. 1955. "I am told that Chinese printers have a tradition which obliges them to introduce into their work a sprinkling of intentional errors; the reason for this curious action is to provide the careful reader with that sense of superiority which follows discovery of another man's typographical lapse. We all know that strange pleasure; and while I would not rob you of such harmless delight it is nevertheless my sincere hope that no one will leave this Bibliography of American Literature with a violent attack of superiority complex." Boggs, Ralph Steele.

León, Nicolás. Biblioteca Botánico-Mexicana. 1895. "Un libro enteramente bibliográfico, y de botánica pura, es poco agradable y util.(!)" Murdock, George Peter. Ethnographic Bibliography of North America. 1941. "Reasonable persons recognize the large arbitrary element in all classification." Passfield, Lord. Quoted by R. L. Collison. "I stoutly maintain that every orderly arranged bibliography, however incomplete, will be of use to somebody."

Southern Folklore Quarterly, 1939.

"Indeed I have thought of calling it 'An Incomplete Bibliography of Mexican Folklore' for the materials are so widespread that I despair of ever having it approach completeness."

Powell, Lawrence Clark. In preface to Collison. "Every wise man knows that reference books are the best of all books for desert island reading, whether that island be San Juan Fernández or Manhattan."

Collison, R. L. Bibliographies Subject and National. 1951. "The respect for good bibliographies is only exceeded by contempt for the bad."

Price, Derek J. de Solla. In a review of a bibliography in Science, March 8, 1963. "We need at least a couple of good books in this area; but since we have only this one, use with care, supplement the diet whenever possible, and give thanks to the authors."

Cox, Edward Godfrey. A Reference Guide to the Literature of Travel. 1935-1938. "When I heard of the exacting minutiae demanded of a bibliographer, the lofty pretensions ruling the indexing of even a single book, identifying first editions, first issues, succeeding editions, dates and places of publications, describing imprints, formats, variants, errors, and corrections, then I said, Enough! I am convinced that no man can ever be a bibliographer."

Wagner, Henry Raup. 1937.

He quotes Rezabel and Ugarte in the introduction to the Biblioteca de los seis colegios mayores: "The aspiration that writings, and especially those of this class, should be entirely perfect when they leave the hands of the author is a preoccupation which has prejudiced in the highest degree, the progress of our literature."

Ewan, J. A. Quoting Elliot Coues; in personal communication. "A bibliography is never finished and always more or less defective, even on ground long gone over." Coues himself quotes Stevens: "If you are troubled with a pride of accuracy, and would have it completely taken out of you, print a catalogue."

Salisbury, R. A. Trans. R. Hist. Soc. 1: 264, 1869. "Whatever errors may have crept in I shall be ready to expunge upon information from any judicious person."

Hoijer, Harry. Int. Journal of American Linguistics 18: 49, 1952. "A bibliography in any field is always a labor of love, for it seldom receives appreciation commensurate with the long and tedious labor involved. The specialist tends rather to criticise than to praise, and it is, of course, easy to discover lacunae and 'important' omissions in any large compilation and to overlook the bulk of useful material." Jepson, Willis Linn.

The Spanish Southwest, 2d ed.,

Smith, Logan Pearsall.

Reference not noted.

"A good bibliography is to me above the price of rubies." Thiselton-Dyer, W. T. duced Plants.

Referring to a Catalogue of Intro-

"No doubt its use will detect some errors. But those who in using the book discover its defects will probably be those who will regard them most leniently." And finally, this friendly piece of advice has kept me buoyed up during those long periods when it looked as if this work might never obtain a publisher:

Madrono 15: 251, 1960.

"The critics mostly, or even entirely, confine themselves to verbal slips. It's, to be sure, disconcerting enough to have such errors, but after all the main thing is, Has the book got matter in it? Is it meaty? Not is it faultless. A faultless book is impossible. It is inevitable in the nature of the human mind that such slips will be made, mistakes and blunders."

"Waldeck was 95 years old when his Palenque work was published. He died at 104. So if you keep on hoping hard enough, somebody is going to fall out of a clear sky, and lo! your work will be published." (Frans Blom, in private communication.)


INTRODUCTION A year spent in Mexico, from 1940 to 1941, provided the original stimulus for the author's interest in Mexican plants. In attempting to identify the material collected, it was discovered that, although there was an abundance of literature covering most phases of plant science in Mexico, there was no simple and direct guide to that literature. A consideration of the situation made clear the desirability of an up-to-date, indexed bibliography on the Mexican flora. After discussion with, and at the suggestion of, Dr. John M. Fogg, Jr., of the University of Pennsylvania, it was decided in 1946 to undertake such a study with two primary aims in mind: to bring existing bibliographical material up to date, and to organize the material so that the prospective user could locate the desired publications with a minimum of effort. At first, attention was centered on publications with independent pagination, such as books and pamphlets. In 1948, a grant from the United States Department of State, admin-

istered through the Office of Education, made it possible to continue the search for material in Mexico and to begin compilation of references from periodical literature, starting with Mexican journals. A year of intensive research in Mexican libraries proved insufficient for the amount of material to be covered, but it was not until 1956 that it was possible to return to Mexico. At that time, under the sponsorship of the University of Pennsylvania, with the help of a grant from the National Science Foundation (19561960), the researches in Mexican libraries were completed and, with the addition of material from journals published in countries outside of Mexico, the compilation was terminated. Checking and revision of the material and typing of the manuscript continued into 1962, at which time the project was brought to a close. During this period, in 1961-1962, assistance was made available by the American Philosophical Society, for typing, and for a brief visit to Mexico to check material in Mexican libraries, and to investigate the possibilities of publication in that country.

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The first bibliographical work on the flora of Mexico was the Memoria para una Bibliografía Científica de México en el Siglo XIX, by Manuel de Olaguibel, issued in 1889. Only the first volume of this work, the section on botany, was published and, although it was limited mainly to works of the nineteenth century, it was an interesting and useful contribution. The first three chapters deal with the pioneers in Mexican botany: Hernández, Alzate, Cervantes, La Llave, Sessé, and Mociño. Another section covers the writings by members of various religious orders, whose mission reports often included observations on the natural history of the areas visited. There is also a chapter listing works on medical botany, and one giving miscellaneous titles. Of special interest is the citation of materials which appeared in other than book form. This includes four chapters devoted to articles in periodicals, two to publications issued by government agencies, and one to historical documents and manuscripts. The Olaguibel bibliography was followed closely by the classic work in the field, the Biblioteca Botánico-Mexicana, prepared by Dr. Nicolás León in 1895. This compilation lists the works of 866 authors and has, in addition, a useful account of the history of botanical exploration in Mexico. It is, however, marred by several weaknesses. First of all, since only two and a half months were spent in its preparation many important works were omitted. At the same time, a considerable number of titles that have little or no connection with Mexican plant life were included. Finally, although Dr. León supplied excellent biographical material for many of the scientists whose works are listed, most of the works themselves lack annotation and the references are, therefore, of limited value to the botanist or to the student of related subjects. The greatest defect, however,

is the lack of any subject index or classification, the entries being arranged alphabetically, by authors. In 1923 one of Mexico's best known botanists, Professor Maximino Martínez, with the assistance of Professor Gustavo Rovirosa, began publication of another bibliography of Mexican botany. The material appeared at irregular intervals in El Libro y el Pueblo, a periodical covering a wide range of material of interest to book lovers. The last section published in the December 1927 issue, reaches the letter "S" and ends with a note that it is to be completed in the following number, but that part seems never to have been issued. This bibliography adds a large number of titles to the works cited by Dr. León, but it, too, is only an alphabetical listing by authors, without any index or classification. Twenty years later, Dr. Manuel Maldonado Koerdell, an important figure in the field of natural history in Mexico, published the first of a series of bibliographical notes on Mexican natural history, with the emphasis on Mexican authors. These appeared in various Mexican magazines, La Revista de la Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural; Los Anales del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; and El Boletín Bibliográfico de Antropología Americana. Sections appeared on Aztec botany, vocabularies of plant names, instructions to scientific collectors, and Mexican contributions to our knowledge of the ethnobiology of maize. Within the limits set, these contributions are complete and the annotations which accompany the title are detailed, interesting, and scholarly. For a list of these and other bibliographies which include material on Mexican plants, the reader is referred to the section "Bibliographic Works Consulted."


SOME EXPLANATORY NOTES FOR PROSPECTIVE USERS In a bibliography covering a field as broad as this one, it has been difficult to decide what titles to exclude. At the start, the emphasis was on the identification, classification, and distribution of plants in Mexico; but many works in anatomy, embryology, cytology, and genetics had to be included because of their bearing on the fields selected originally. Later it was decided to include titles on economic uses of the plants, on the history of botany in Mexico, on travel and descriptive works, as well as many kinds of vocabularies, particularly those of the numerous Indian languages that are still in use in so many parts of Mexico. Since the Mexican flora is closely connected to the flora of adjoining countries, as well as that of the Caribbean area and equatorial America, significant works on the floras and vegetation of those areas have been included. In many cases, the final decision on inclusion has been made by the compiler on an admittedly subjective basis. If she felt the material might be of use to someone interested in any of the varied aspects of Mexican plant life, it was included. Of special concern were materials which would be useful to the student in Mexico. With very few exceptions only works that have actually been seen by the compiler are listed. But, it must be admitted, coverage is incomplete and uneven. Particularly in the fields of horticultural, medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, entomological, and similar fields related to botany, only a fraction of the material has been covered. On the other hand, every effort was made to include all Mexican publications even when the botanical part of a work, although always present, might be very brief and often not original. Titles are listed chronologically under names of authors, which are arranged alphabetically. Works by more than one author are inserted chronologically, according to the name of the first author. The date cited in the margin is the earliest for the work found by the compiler. The first date noted in the body of the citations, if different from the one in the margin, is generally the edition seen by the compiler. Articles in journals, under any one author, precede books and other separate publications and are arranged alphabetically according to the journal title; within the journal they are arranged chronologically. Where a work was published by some institution or agency, with no individual author cited, the work has been listed under A N O N Y M O U S , with the name of the publishing agency added. If a work has more than two authors, the title is listed under the name of the first, with the other authors' names listed in the annotations. If the author of a work is given as VARIOUS, it indicates that separate contributions by different authors were compiled under one title, with no information given as to the editor or compiler. Titles whose authors are known only by initials, precede authors whose complete surnames are listed. Combinations of initials are arranged in alphabetical order. Pseudonyms are listed alphabetically among the complete surnames. In hunting for works by Spanish or Latin American authors, it is well to remember that an author who is known by only one last name (e.g. Pablo Martinez) may be listed under his full name (father's name followed by that of his mother), e.g. Pablo Martinez Bravo. Or the situation may be reversed. Some authors may discard one of their two names, using sometimes the father's name alone, or, less commonly, using the mother's name, with the father's name

as an inital, e.g. Pablo M. Bravo. A double name may be divided by the letter "y," or the word "de." Therefore, in looking for a work by a Pablo Martinez Bravo, one might have to look also under Pablo Martinez, Pablo Martinez B., Pablo M. Bravo, or Pablo Martinez y (or de) Bravo. In looking for a work by Pablo Martinez, one might also have to look under all double names beginning with Martinez. The compiler has tried by means of cross references to take care of as many of these variations as feasible. Latinized forms of authors' names, as used in old publications, have generally been changed to the author's name in his own language. The same rule has been followed for place names. Liberal use has been made of the notes on authors' names, pseudonyms, etc., in the Library of Congress Catalog, although citations of Latin-American names in the latter have not always been followed. (The following comment by Henry Ernest Sigerist may be appropriate here: "The arbitrary rule [of the Library of Congress] is to give forenames in the form most common in the author's native or adopted language or, in doubtful cases, the form proper to the language in which he has written most of his works. My first books were written in Switzerland and published in Germany. Hence I became Ernst and although my native language was French and my adopted language English, and although by now the majority of my works have been written in English, I am and shall remain Ernst to the Library of Congress. It is sometimes difficult to ascertain a man's correct name, and such really authoritative sources as the Catalog of the Library of Congress are anything but reliable in the matter, and must be used cautiously and critically.") No special search has been made to locate material still in manuscript form, or published anonymously, but where such material was found already catalogued in libraries and available to researchers, it was included. Anonymous material is listed at the close of the bibliography. Often anonymously published articles are the work of a journal editor but, in most cases, the articles have been listed as anonymous. Compilation was centered on titles published prior to and including 1950. Considerable material after that date has also been listed, up to and including 1962, but there has been no attempt to aim for completeness beyond 1950. In some instances, in the interest of space economy, titles have been shortened. Where this has been done, care has been taken to retain a sufficient number of the essential words in the title to avoid confusion with other works. Articles which were published in short installments, over a long period of time, have been cited often only by the first page of each installment, or by listing only the pages and dates of the first and last installments. If Mexico is given as the place of publication, Mexico City is to be understood. The terms series, epoca, etc., have been omitted (except in the case of n.s., new series), and are indicated by Roman numerals; e.g. II, 6: 71-79, 1876. The use of capitals in titles is limited to the first word and to proper names. This is done even when such languages as German are involved. Names that are not capitalized in some languages (names of months, of peoples) have been changed to conform to English practice. Umlauts in German have been written out. Russian titles have been presented in translation, in English, French, or German, as published either in a sum-


ing the Union Catalog in the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. For a list of the libraries in the United States and Mexico where the bulk of the material for this bibliography was located, see below: "Principal Libraries Used in the Preparation of this Bibliography." Abbreviations for the names of libraries are included in this list. Library holdings for periodical literature in the United States and Canada can be found in the Union List of Serials and New Serial Titles. United States library holdings of foreign government publications or documents (covering a limited period) are cited in the Union List of Foreign Government Publications. For information on Mexican periodicals, Anita Melville Ker's A Summary of Mexican Scientific Periodicals, Baltimore, 1931, will be very helpful. Unfortunately, it may not always be possible to locate material where it was once seen. Libraries lose, misplace, or discard material which was once available. The compiler hopes that someday, somewhere, there will be on file and available for easy retrieval any publication which an investigator might seek. Until that time, she can only counsel patience and perseverance while searching for an item, and cheerful resignation if it cannot be located. Rather than apologize for, or try to explain, the errors of omission and commission that are bound to turn up in this work, the author respectfully urges the user of this guide to turn to the Random Thoughts on Bibliographies at the front of the work.

mary with the original work or as cited in the table of contents. Since this bibliography is intended primarily for the use of the botanist, or students in related fields, the annotations have been simplified to include only information of more or less direct value to them. No attempt has been made to give a complete table of contents for each work (as was suggested to me by one bibliographer). Instead, in cases where the scope of the work was fairly well covered by the title, even the notations have been omitted. Even where the annotation indicates that the emphasis is on culture or economic uses, in almost all cases descriptions of the plants are included. Annotations have also been kept brief for the classical references in botany: works by Linnaeus, Bentham and Hooker, Engler and Prantl, etc. The term "bibliography" in the dates following a title includes all literature references cited, either at the close of a work or accompanying the text. In most cases, the scientific names used for plants in the annotations are the ones given by the various authors. In a few cases, where an error was quite obvious, the necessary corrections have been indicated. Species names are uniformly printed in lower case. Unless there is a notation to the contrary, items listed as books or pamphlets were seen at the Library of Congress in Washington, D. C. Locations in other United States libraries, for most of the titles, can be obtained by consult-


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Dr. Germán Somolinos d'Ardois, who provided detailed information on Mexican material and made available their fine personal collections of material relating to Mexico. Useful material was found also in the collections of Prof. Ramón Alcorta Guerrero, Ing. Juan Balme, Sr. Fred Davis (deceased), Lic. Joaquín Fernández de Cordoba, and Sr. Vincente Lira. Ing. Efraím Hernández Xolocotzi, Dr. Isabel Kelly, Profa. Enriqueta García de Miranda, Dr. José Miranda, and Lic. María Teresa Fernández de Miranda, Dr. Dorothy Parker, Dr. Jerzy Rzedowski, Profa. de Rzedowski and the late Miss Bertha Harris who supplied helpful criticism, information on bibliographic resources and techniques, and much valuable data on Mexican libraries. Srta. María Pacheco for assistance with material on the state of Campeche, Sr. Manuel Woolrich for information on the state of Chiapas, the late Drs. Manuel Mestre Ghigliazzi and Narciso Souza Novelo for material on the states of Tabasco and Yucatán respectively, and Prof. Crisanto Cuellar Abarca for help with Tlaxcala material. Typing of the manuscript was in the hands of Dr. Elizabeth Valentine, Mrs. Anna White, and Mrs. Gayle Gibson, Miss Naomi Phillips and Mrs. Juanita Nelson also assisted. Their interest in the project and their patience, particularly in deciphering my notoriously poor handwriting, is sincerely acknowledged. Three grants assisted materially in the preparation and publication of this bibliography: one from the Division of International Cultural Relations of the United States Department of State, administered through the Office of Education; two from the American Philosophical Society ( Penrose Fund Grants 2877 and 2895); and two from the National Science Foundation (2123, 5975 and GN-41). Associated with the first were Mr. Philip Raine, Mrs. Juana Vogt, Mrs. Nancy Stauffer Grantham, and Dr. Thomas Cotner; their assistance is hereby acknowledged. In connection with the last two, my appreciation is likewise extended to Drs. W. C. Steere, A. C. Smith, David D. Keck, and Mr. Allen J. Sprow. My special thanks are due Mr. Thomas Yoseloff, director of the University of Pennsylvania Press, for his proposal that the bibliography be published under his auspices, and to the members of his staff, in particular Mr. Theodore Zinn, who handled so efficiently the many technical details involved in the publication of this work. The final steps in the actual printing of the book were in the hands of Mr. John J. Patton, for the George H. Buchanan Co., with a corps of very able assistants. For their patient and painstaking work and their unfailing good humor, my sincere thanks. To any person who has been inadvertently overlooked in this list, my sincere apologies, and thanks.

Appreciation is due to many who have assisted the compiler through various stages in this project. I take this opportunity to express my deeply felt thanks to: Dr. John M. Fogg, Jr., for the initial suggestion that led to work on this bibliography and for continuing encouragement and support through the many years involved in its preparation and publication. Dr. David R. Goddard, for his interest in the progress of this project, and for activity in its behalf when assistance was critically needed. Dr. Ralph O. Erickson, Prof. Joseph A. Ewan, Dr. F. R. Fosberg, Dr. Rogers McVaugh, Mr. Conrad V. Morton, Dr. W. H. Rickett, Dr. A. J. Sharp, Dr. Frans Verdoorn and Dr. Egbert H. Walker for examination of the manuscript, for valuable bibliographical references or for encouragement and assistance in obtaining support for the project. Also helpful with advice on techniques, or in supplying and checking references, were Dr. Edgar Anderson, Dr. Donald D. Brand, Dr. H. J. Bruman, Miss Annetta Carter, Mrs. Sara Crome, Dr. José Cuatrecasas, Dr. Howard F. Cline, Dr. C. Harvey Gardiner, Dr. David D. Keck, Dr. Jean Langenheim, Dr. J. Alden Mason, Dr. Jack McCormick, Mrs. Alice McKinney, Dr. Reid V. Moran, Mr. Jerry Patterson, Mr. Robert Runyon, Dr. Jacob Schramm, Dr. Lyman B. Smith, Mrs. Cecily Steinberg, Dr. B. L. Turner, Mr. R. A. Wilson, Dr. Conway Zirkle, and the late Drs. W. H. Camp, Norman C. Fassett, Francis W. Pennell, and Mrs. Ethel Bailey Higgins. In Mexico I received equally valuable assistance, particularly from the following: The Director and past and present members of the Instituto de Biología, the late Dr. Isaac Ochoterena, Drs. Roberto Llamas, Francisco Villagrán P., and Helia Bravo; Profesoras María Augustina Batalla, Irene Rivera M. (deceased) and Débora Ramírez C. Their friendliness and kind assistance were important factors in strengthening and maintaining my interest in Mexican plants. To Profesor Maximino Martínez, deceased, I am very grateful for putting at my disposal his extensive collection of material relating to Mexican plants, and his equally extensive knowledge of Mexican botanical history and botanical literature, and for help in identifying many plants listed in the literature by common names only. To Dr. Faustino Miranda, I am deeply indebted for patient and wise counsel on many aspects of the work, for opportunities to collect and study Mexican plants in the field under his guidance, and for assistance with identifications of the plants collected. Sr. Román Beltrán, Sr. Frans Blom (deceased), Prof. Fernando Castañón Gamboa (deceased), Sr. Guillermo Echániz, Dr. Francisco Guerra, Ing. Marte R. Gómez, Dr. Manuel Maldonado Koerdell, Ing. Julio Riquelme Inda, and


PRINCIPAL LIBRARIES USED IN THE PREPARATION OF THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY University ( N N C ) ; "Hispanic Society ( N N H ) , Miss Clara Louise Penney; "Public Library ( N N ) , Mr. Lewis M. Stark (Rare Book Division), Miss Sara Dickson (Arents Collection).

To the directors and staff members of the various libraries where the material was searched for and examined, I am most grateful. Libraries marked with an asterisk, in the list below, are those whose collections were found particularly helpful. Librarians listed below gave assistance far beyond the call of regular duty. Their cooperation is here gratefully acknowledged. Additional libraries are in the list of abbreviations of names of institutions, q.v.

Ohio Cincinnati. Simons.



Mrs. Corinne


Pennsylvania Philadelphia. "Academy of Natural Sciences ( P P A N ) , Mrs. Venia Phillips, Mr. Wallace Olsen, Miss Margaret Greenwald, Mrs. Lillian Jones, Miss Cynthia Dicken; "American Philosophical Society (PPAP), Mrs. Ruth Duncan, Miss Hildegard Getzmann, Mrs. Gertrude Hess, Mr. Murphy Smith; "College of Physicians ( P P C ) , Dr. W. B. McDaniel, 2nd, Miss Muriel Hodge; Franklin Institute ( P P F ) ; Free Library ( P P ) ; Historical Society of Pennsylvania ( P H i ) ; "Library Company of Philadelphia ( P P - L ) , Mr. Barney Chesnick, Miss Anna Stringoski; Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PPHort), Mrs. Ann Waterman Rudolph; Pennsylvania Hospital ( P P P H ) ; Temple University ( P P T ) ; Textile Institute ( P P P T e ) ; "Union Library Catalogue, Miss Eleanor Campion, Miss Janice Sherwood; University of Pennsylvania, especially the "Main Library ( P U ) , Mrs. Flora Colton, Mrs. Delphine Richardson; the Biology Library (PU-BZ), Miss Elizabeth D. Thorp, and the "Museum Library ( P U - M u ) , Miss Cynthia Griffin.

IN THE UNITED STATES (Abbreviations follow the name of the library) Arizona Tucson.


University of Arizona (AzU).

California Berkeley. University of California, "Bancroft Library ( C u - B ) , Dr. John Barr Tompkins; Main Library ( C U ) . Los Angeles. University of California ( C L U ) . Sacramento. California State Library ( C ) , Mr. Allan R. Ottley. San Diego. "Natural History Museum ( C S d M ) , Mrs. Mildred Meeder. San Francisco. "California Academy of Science (CSfA), Miss Veronica Sexton; State Library, including the Sutro Collection (C-S), Mr. Richard Dillon.

Rhode Island Providence. "John Carter Brown Library (RPJCB), Dr. Lawrence C. Wroth, Miss Jeannette D. Black.

Connecticut New Haven. Yale University including the "Western American Collection (CtY), Dr. Archibald Hanna.

Texas Austin. "University of Texas ( T x U ) , Dr. Nettie Lee Benson, Mrs. Evan Reese, Mrs. Maria S. Garcia.

District of Columbia Washington. "Department of Agriculture (now National Agricultural Librarv) ( D A ) , Mrs. Pauline Jennings, Oliver M. Shipley; "Library of Congress ( D L C ) ; Pan American Union ( D P U ) ; Smithsonian Institution ( D S I ) .

IN MEXICO (A mis amigos en las bibliotecas Mexicanas, a quienes estoy muy reconocida por su gentileza y finas atenciones, quiero decir, en las bellas palabras del Dr. Nicolás León, "Sean estas lineas prenda de mi gratitud hacia Ustedes.") (For private libraries examined for this compilation, see the section under acknowledgments.)

Illinois Chicago. "John Crerar Library ( I C J ) ; Natural History Museum ( I C F ) ; "Newberry Library ( I C N ) , Dr. Ruth Lapham Butler.

In Mexico


"Academia Nacional de Ciencias Antonio Alzate (Bibliot. Ant. Alzate) (ANC-Mex.). Banco de Crédito Agrícola (B. Cred. Agr. Méx.). Banco de México (B. Méx.). Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior (BNCE-Mex.). Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin (Bibliot. B. Franklin-Mex.), Miss Bertha Harris, deceased; Sra. Jovita Zubaran. Biblioteca del Colegio de México (Bibliot. Col. Méx.), Sra. Susana Uribe de Fernández de Cordoba. "Biblioteca del Congreso de la Unión (Bibliot. Cong. Méx.), Sr. Alvaro Bojórquez. "Biblioteca "México" (Bibliot. Méx.), Srta. María Teresa Chávez. Centro de Documentación Científica y Técnica (Cent. Doc. Méx.). Ediciones Trueco. Escuela Médico-Militar (EMM-Mex.). Escuela Nacional Preparatoria (ENP-Mex.), Professor Antonio Tagle, deceased. Escuela Normal Superior y Escuela Normal de Maestros (ENS-Mex.). "Hospital General (Hosp. Gen. Méx.), Srta. María Teresa de Leonard. "Instituto Lingüístico del Verano (I. L. V. Méx.), Miss Helen Ashdown. "Instituto Nacional de Antropología é Historia, Biblioteca Central (INAH-Mex.; also as Museo Nacional—MN-Mex.), Prof. Antonio Pompa y Pompa, Sr. Silvio Ibarra Cabrera, Sr. Oscar Zambrano. "Instituto Panamericano de Geografía é Historia (IPGH-Mex.), Srtas. Alicia Ancona and Esperanza Morgada. Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN-Mex.). Biblioteca Central y Archivo. Escuela de Ciencias Biológicas (ECB-Mex.). Escuela de Nutriología. Instituto de Enfermedades Tropicales (Inst. Enf. Trop. Méx.).

Louisiana New Orleans. Tulane University ( L N H T ) ; including the "Middle American Research Institute ( M A R I ) , Mrs. Corinne Griffith, Mrs. Nesta Ewan, Mrs. Edith Rickettson, Miss Marjorie E. Ledoux. Maryland Bethesda. "National Library of Medicine ( D N L M ) , earlier as (DSG, D A F M ) , Mrs. Doralee S. Agaloff, Miss Mary F. Liles, Dr. William Jerome Wilson, Dr. Dorothy M. Schullian, Miss Harriet Jameson, Miss Sheila M. Parker, Miss Marjorie Stuff. Massachusetts Boston. "Massachusetts Horticultural Society ( M B H ) . Cambridge. Harvard University ( M H ) ; including the "Arnold Arboretum ( M H - A ) , and "Gray Herbarium ( M H - G ) , Mrs. Lazella Schwarten; "Houghton Library; "Peabody Museum ( M H - P ) , Miss Margaret Currier; Widener Library, Mr. Robert H. Haynes. Missouri Si. Louis. "Missouri Botanical Garden (MoSB), Miss Nell Horner, Dr. George B. Van Schaack. New York Buffalo. Buffalo and Erie Co. Public Library ( N B u ) , Mr. Richard T. Morris. Ithaca. "Cornell University ( N I C ) , Miss Josephine M. Tharpe. New York. American Geographical Society ( N N A ) ; "Botanical Garden ( N N B G ) , Miss Elizabeth C. Hall, Mr. Robert Jones, Mrs. Alletta G. Fredericks, Mrs. Lynette L. Scribner; Columbia 17



USED Coahuila Saltillo. Biblioteca Pública del Estado; Escuela Superior de Agricultura "Antonio Narro" (ESA), Dr. D. Rodríguez D.; Escuela Normal; Instituto Tecnológico. Colima Colima. Biblioteca Pública del Estado.

'Librería Porrua (Antiguo Robredo) (Libr. Porrua), Sr. José Porrua, Srta. Carmen García. Librería Porrua Hermanos (Libr. Porrua Hnos.), Sr. Antonio Pérez Porrua. México City College (MCC-Mex.) "Secretaria de Agricultura (SA-Mex.). " Dirección de Defensa Agrícola (Dir. Def. Agr.), Sra. María de los Angeles L., vda. de Canchóla. "Dirección de Economía Rural (Dir. Econ. Rur.), Srta. Guadalupe Maldonado. "Dirección de Geografía y Meterología (Dir. Geog. Met.), Sr. Antonio D. González. Dirección General Forestal y de Caza y Pesca (Dir. Gen. For.). Oficina de Investigaciones Agrícolas (formerly Oficina de Estudios Especiales) (OIA; OEE), Dr. Dorothy Parker, Sr. Pablo Velásquez. Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Publicas (Sec. Com. or SCOP), Sr. Ramón Alvarez. "Secretaría de Economía Nacional (SEN-Mex.), Sr. Francisco Xavier Rojas (deceased). "Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP-Mex.), Sra. Sánchez Pardo. "Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público (SH-Mex.), Prof. Román Beltrán, Srta. Ana Meyer, Lic. Fernando Sandoval, Lic. Manuel Carrera Stampa. Secretaría de Recursos Hidráulicos (SRH-Mex.). Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE-Mex.). Secretaría de Salubridad y Asistencia Pública (SSAP-Mex.), Srta. Erna Beristain Rebolledo. "Sociedad Forestal de México (Soc. For. Méx.), Sr. Adolfo Zinser. "Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía y Estadística (SMGE), Sr. Gonzalo Angulo, Sra. Prof. Concepción Saavedra. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM.). "Biblioteca Central, Sr. Rafael Vélez, Srtas. Sara Martínez, Matilda P. Martínez. "Biblioteca Nacional (BN-Mex.), Sr. Héctor Manuel Castelló. Facultad de Ciencias (Fac. Cieñe.). "Facultad de Ciencias Químicas (Fac. Cieñe., Quim.), Srtas. Asunción Velázquez de León, Clementina H. de Valdez. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (Fac. Filos.). " Facultad de Medicina (Fac. Med.), Sr. Pedro Calderón. "Facultad (Escuela) de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia (EMVZMex.), Sr. Crisóforo Vega (deceased). "Hemeroteca Nacional (HN-Mex.), Prof. Rafael Carrasco Puente (now retired), Sr., Roberto Estrada López, Srtas. Elisa Ramos Márquez, Mercedes Silva Torres, Sres. Luís Fuerte Ruiz, Luís Espinosa, Coronel Manuel Vázquez Cadena. "Instituto de Biología (IB-Mex.), Sres. Antonio y Martín Bautista, Prof. Carlos Gutiérrez. Instituto de Fisiología (IF-Mex.). "Instituto de Geología (IG-Mex.), Sr. Jesús Martínez Portillo.



Durango Durango. "Biblioteca Pública del Estado: Lic. José Ignacio Gallegos, Srta. Margarita Bretado Contreras. Guanajuato Guanajuato. Biblioteca de la Universidad, Prof. Jesús Rodríguez Frausto. Irapuato. Biblioteca Pública anexa a la Escuela Preparatoria, Srta. María Elisa Moreno O. Hidalgo Pachuca.

Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Sr. Murciano Meneses.

Jalisco "Guadalajara. Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Universidad de Guadalajara: Prof. Pablo G. Franco, Ing. Miguel Angel Torres Orozco V. México Chapingo. "Escuela Nacional de Agricultura (ENA), Prof. Alberto Argomedo W. (deceased). Toluca. Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Prof. Gonzalo Pérez González. Michoacán Jiquilpan. Biblioteca Pública. Morelia. "Archivos de la Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (Univ. Mich. Arch.), Sr. Jesús Zavala Ferreira; Biblioteca "Melchor Ocampo" del Colegio de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (Col. S. N. Morelia), Sr. Juan de Dios Gutiérrez; Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Sr. Antonio Morales Zavala. Morelos Cuautla. Biblioteca Pública. Cuernavaca. Biblioteca Pública del Estado. Nayarit Tepic. Biblioteca Pública del Estado: Srta. Rosalina López Urbina. Nuevo León Linares. Biblioteca Pública. Monterrey. Biblioteca del Círculo Mercantil Mutualista; Biblioteca Municipal "Felipe Guerra Castro"; Biblioteca Universitaria y Pública "Alfonso Reyes," Prof. Israel Cavazos Garza, Prof. Berta Calderón; "Instituto Tecnológico (Inst. Tecn. Monterrey), Prof. Eugenio del Hoyo; Universidad de Monterrey, Departamento Escolar, Lic. Vicente Reyes; "Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, Srta. M. Idalia Flores.


Aguascalientes Aguascalientes. Biblioteca Morelos; Instituto Autónomo de Ciencias, Srta. María Guadalupe Acevedo Gómez.

Oaxaca Huajuapan de León. Biblioteca Pública. Oaxaca. "Biblioteca Estudiantil "Benito Juárez" de la Universidad de Oaxaca, including the Colección Brioso y Candiani, Prof. Enrique R. Sandoval; Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Jorge Femando Iturribarría.

Campeche Campeche. Biblioteca Tomás Aznar Barbachano (in Centro Cultural); Instituto Campechano (Inst. Camp.), Prof. Francisco Alvarez Barrett; "Museo Campechano (Mus. Camp.), Prof. Raúl Pavón Arbeu. Ciudad del Carmen. Centro Cultural; Licéo Carmelita.

Puebla Puebla. Biblioteca Pública "Lafragua" de la Universidad de Puebla, Florencio Carrillo Alvarez; Biblioteca Palafoxiana.

Chiapas San Cristóbal Las Casas. "Biblioteca Fray Bartolomé (Bibliot. F. B.), Frans Blom (deceased). Tuxtla Gutiérrez. "Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Sr. Anselmo Figueroa Pulido, Srta. Fulvia L. de Pérez.

Querétaro Querétaro.

"Biblioteca de la Universidad y Pública del Estado.

San Luís Potosí San Luís Potosí. "Biblioteca de la Universidad, Lic. Rafael Montejano, Srtas. Beatriz Velásquez Castillo and María de los Angeles Flores O.; Biblioteca "Manuel Muro" del Museo del Estado.

Chihuahua Chihuahua. Escuela Normal, Srta. Cidia Cavallero. Instituto Científico: Sra. Guadalupe Terrazas. Ciudad Juárez. "Escuela Particular de Agricultura (EPA), Ing. Abelardo Escobar, Ing. Horacio Gómez Farías. Parral. Biblioteca Franldin, Srta. Rita Torres Gándara.

Sinaloa Culiacán. Biblioteca de la Universidad de Sinaloa; Biblioteca Pública del Estado. 18

PRINCIPAL Sonora Ciudad Obregón. Biblioteca Pública. * Hermosillo. Biblioteca y Museo del Estado, Pesqueira.




Veracruz Córdoba. Biblioteca "Rafael Delgado" anexa a la Escuela Secundaria Preparatoria y de Artes y Oficios, Prof. Roberto Muñoz Cruz. Jalapa. Biblioteca de la Universidad Veracruzana, Prof. Fernando Ochoa Villalba; Biblioteca Pública "Francisco Díaz Covarrubias"; Escuela Normal; 'Escuela Secundaria, Sr. Agustín Godos. Orizaba. Biblioteca de la Escuela Preparatoria; Biblioteca "Francisco Díaz Covarrubias" (Centro Educativo Obrero), Sra. Sara García B.; Biblioteca Pública "Rafael Delgado." Veracruz. Biblioteca Pública.


Tabasco Villahermosa. Biblioteca "Justo Sierra" del Instituto Juárez, Srta. María Socorro Colorado C.; 'Biblioteca Pública del Estado, Srta. María del Pilar del Espíritu Santo. Tamaulipas Ciudad Victoria. Biblioteca de la Escuela Normal. Matamoros. Biblioteca Pública. Tampico. Biblioteca del Instituto Científico, Lic. Rene Govela, Director, Dra. Cecilia de Bidaura, Dr. Renato Gutiérrez Z.; Biblioteca Municipal; Biblioteca Pública "Omega" de la Sociedad Cultural Tamaulipeca, Srta. Celsa Reynaga M.

Yucatán Mérida. Asociación de Henequeneros; "Biblioteca Cepeda Peraza; "Museo Crescencio Carrillo y Ancona, Prof. Paulino Novelo y Erosa; Universidad de Yucatán, Dr. Eduardo Urzais Rodríguez. Zacatecas Zacatecas. Biblioteca Pública, Sr. José Guerrero; Instituto de Ciencias.

Tlaxcala Tlaxcala. Biblioteca de la Escuela Preparatoria.


GENERAL ABBREVIATIONS (Names of botanical authorities are not included) abr. abth. Acad. add. adm. agr. agron. Ags. Akad. Ali. Amer. anon. anthrop. aport. app. arch. art. auton.

abridged abtheilung Academia, Academie, Academy additional administración, administration agrícola, agricole, agricoltura, agricultura, agricultural, agriculture agronomía, agronomie, agronomy Aguascalientes Akademie, Akademiia Alianza America, American, Americana(o) anonymous anthropologia, anthropologie, anthropology aportación appendix archiv, archive ( s ), archivio, archivo article autónoma ( o )

Bait. bd. bibl. bibliot. biol. bk. Brand. Brit. bur.

Baltimore band, board bibliografía, bibliographic, bibliography biblioteca, bibliothèque biología, biológica(o), biologie ( a l ) , biology book Brandenburg British bureau

ca. Calif. cam. cat. Cd. centr. cf. chamb. chap(s). chem. cienc. cient. cir. clim. col. coll. Colo. colon. color. Columb. com. comb. comm. comp. commun. comun. conf. congr. Conn. conserv. cont. cred. cult.

circa California cámara catálogo, catalogue Ciudad central, centro compare chamber chapter(s) chemical, chemistry ciencia ( s ) científica ( o ) circular, círculo climatológico compañía, company colección, colegio, colonial collection, college Colorado colonización, colonial colored Columbia comercial, comercio combination commercial, committee compiled, compiler communication comunicación ( es ) conference, conferencia congrès, congreso, congress ( o ) , congressional Connecticut conservación, conservation continued crédito cultural

DA DAPP D. C. D. F. def. dept(o). diag. Die. dir. disc.

Department of Agriculture Departamento Autónoma de Prensa y Publicidad District of Columbia Distrito Federal defensa departamento, department diagram Diciembre dirección discurso


diss. doc. dom.

dissertation document, documento ( s ) domestic, doméstica(o)

econ. ed.(s) edo. encicl. encyl. erdk. esc. estad. etnol. exec. exp. expos. exter.

economía, económica(o), economy edited, edition(s), editor estado enciclopedia encyclopedia erdkunde escuela estadística etnología, etnológico executive experimental exposición, exposition exteriores

fac. facultad ( e ) , faculté FAO Food and Agriculture Organization farmacol. farmacología, farmacológico fase. fascicle, fascículo fed. federal fig. figura (as), figure(s) fom. fomento


gan. gen. geog. geobot. geofic. ges. gral. Gto. Guad.

ganadería general, género, genus geografía, geográfica, geographic, geography geobotanische geofísica gesellschaft general Cuanajuato Guadalajara

H. R. herb. hibr. Hisp. hist.

House Report herbarium híbrido Hispanic, Hispano historia, histórica (1), history

illus. inaug. incl. Ind. indust. ined. inst. instr. int. inter. introd. invest. ist.

illustration(s), illustrated inaugural included Indian, Indiana industria (1) inédito(s) instituí, institute(o) instrucción interior internacional, international introduction investigación istituto

Jard. Jr. jub.

Jardín Junior jubilaei

K. Kew. km. Kong.

Kaiserlicli, Koeniglich, Kongelige, Koninklijke, Kungliga Kewensis kilometer Kongress

La. lab. leg. libr. lit. lvs.

Louisiana laboratorio, laboratory legajo library, librería literario, literary, literatura ( e ) leaves

Mass. med. mere. meteor. Méx. Mich.

Massachusetts medical, medicina, medicinal, médico ( a ) mercantil meteorología, meteorológica ( o ) , meteorological Mexican, Mexicana ( o ) , México Michigan, Michoacán



mimeog. Mín. monog. monum. ms. mss. mt. mun. mus. mut.

mimeographed Ministerio monografía monumento (s) manuscript, manuscripts mount (ain) municipal musée, museo, museum mutualista

n. N. Car. n.d. n.p. nac. nat. natl. norm. nov. Novohisp.

new North Carolina no date no place nacional natural national normal nova, novo, novum Novohispano

ONR observ. ofic. org.

Office of Naval Research observador, observatorio oficial, oficina organización, organization, órgano

p. P y T. panor. part. pesq. pharm. photo. pi. pobl. pomol. pop. port. pref. prep. prim. prod. prof. profa. prol. prom. pt. publ.

page(s) Paso y Troncoso panorama particular pesquizas pharmaceutical, pharmacy photographs plate(s) población pomological, pomology popular portrait preface preparatorio primer, primera product(s), productions), producto(s) profesor, professor profesora prologue promotion, promovedora part public, pública, publicación, publication

Q. Roo q.v. quar. quim.

Quintana Roo quod vide, which see quarantine química (o)

R. rec. recop. red. reí.

Royal(e) recursos recopilación redonda(o) relación (es), relations


relig. renew. renov. rep. res. rev. rur.

religioso renewable renovable report research, resources revista rural

sch. sci. sec. secc. seg. seni. seman. Sen. ser. sess. simp. sist. soc. sp. spec. Sr. Sria. ssp. St. sta. subg. subsp. Sup. sunun. supl., suppl.

school science, scientific secretaria(o) sección segunda(o) semana, semanal semanario Senate serie, series session simposio sistema social, sociales, sociedad, società, society species special Senior, Señor Secretaría subspecies Saint, state station subgenus subspecies Superior summary suplemento, supplement

Teen. Terr. tip. trans. trop.

Tecnológico Terrenos tipica(o) translated, translation tropical

U. UN UNAM U. S. unf. Univ. útil.

University United Nations Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México United States unfinished Universidad, University utilización

Va. var. veg. veroeff. vet. vis. voc. vol(s).

Virginia variedad, variety vegetabilium veroeffentlichungen veterinaria(o) visual vocacional volume, volumen (es), volumes

Wash. work.

Washington worker


ENS Méx. EPA Méx.

Academia Nacional de Ciencias Antonio Alzate. México, D.F. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona.

ERA Méx. B Méx. BAE BN Méx. BNCE Méx.

Banco de México, D.F. Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, see DSI-E. Biblioteca Nacional de México. México, D.F. Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior. México, D.F. Banco de Crédito Agrícola. México, D.F.

ESA Méx.

B. Cred. Agr. Méx. Bibliot. Ant. ( onio ) Alzate Méx. See ANC Méx. B. Franklin Méx. Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin. México, D.F. C. M. M. Méx. Biblioteca del Círculo Mercantil Mutualista. Monterrey, N.L. Col. Méx. Biblioteca del Colegio de México. México, D.F. Cong. Méx. Biblioteca del Congreso. México, D.F. F. B. Méx. Biblioteca Fray Bartolomé. San Cristobal, Chis. Méx. Biblioteca. "México." México, D.F. C

ccc CEO Méx. CLU C-S CSdM CSfA CSmH CtY CU CU-B Cent. Doc. Méx. Circ. Mere. Mut. Méx. Col. SN Méx. DA DAFM DI-GS DLC DSG DNLM


HN Méx. Hosp. Gen. Méx.

Hemeroteca Nacional. México, D.F. Hospital General. México, D.F.

IaaS IaU IB Méx. ICF

Iowa State College. Ames, Iowa. University of Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa. Instituto de Biología, UNAM. México, D.F. Chicago Natural History Museum ( Field Museum ). Chicago, III. John Crerar Library. Chicago, 111. Midwest Inter-Library Center. Chicago,


California State Library. Sacramento, Calif. Claremont College. Claremont, Calif. Centro Educativo Obrero (Biblioteca "Francisco Díaz Covarrubias"). Orizaba, Ver. University of California. Los Angeles. California State Library, Sutro Branch. San Francisco, Calif. San Diego Natural History Museum. San Diego, Calif. California Academy of Sciences. San Francisco, Calif. Huntington Library. San Marino, Calif. Yale University. New Haven, Conn. University of California. Berkeley, Calif. University of California. Bancroft Library. Centro de Documentación. México, D.F. See Bibliot. C. M. M. Méx. Colegio de San Nicolás (Biblioteca "Melchor Ocampo"). Morelia, Mich.

INAH Méx. InNd InU IPGH Méx. IPN Méx. IPN-ECB IU Camp. Inst. Inst. Enf. Trop. Méx. Inst. Geol. Méx. Inst. Ling. Ver. Méx. Inst. Tecn. Monterrey LNHT LNHT-MARI

Department of Agriculture. Washington, D.C. (now National Agricultural Library). See DNLM. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress. Washington, D.C. See DNLM. National Library of Medicine. Washington D.C. (now at Bethesda, Md.) Formerly as U. S. Surgeon General's Office Library, Army Medical Library, and Aimed Forces Medical Library. Pan American Sanitary Bureau. Washington, D.C. Pan American Union. Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology. Weather Bureau. Washington, D.C.

Libr. Porrua Libr. Porrua Hnos. MB MBH MCC Méx. MCR MdU MH MH-A MH-G MH-P MiD MiU MiU-C MN Méx. MnU MoSB MoSM

See IPN-ECB Escuela Médico Militar. México, D.F. Escuela Nacional de Economía, UNAM. México, D.F. Escuela Nacional de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, UNAM. México, D.F. Escuela Normal (Superior). México, D.F. Escuela Nacional de Agricultura. Chapingo, D.F. Escuela Nacional Preparatoria. México, D.F.


See EM (ENS) above. Escuela Particular de Agricultura. Cd. Juárez, Chih. Escuela Regional de Agricultura. See below. Escuela Superior de Agricultura. Saltillo, Coah. ( Formerly Escuela Regional de Agricultura.)

in. Newberry Library. Chicago, 111. Instituto Linguistico del Verano. México, D.F. Instituto Nacional de Antropología é Historia. México, D.F. University of Notre Dame. Notre Dame, Ind. Indiana University. Bloomington, Ind. Instituto Panamericano de Geografía é Historia. México, D.F. Instituto Politécnico Nacional. México, D.F. Escuela de Ciencias Biológicas. México, D.F. University of Illinois. Urbana, 111. Instituto Campechano. Campeche, Camp. Instituto de Enfermedades Tropicales. México, D.F. Instituto de Geología. México, D.F. See ILV Méx. Instituto Tecnológico. Monterrey, N.L. Howard Tilton Library, Tulane University. New Orleans, La. Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University. New Orleans, La. Libreria Porrua. México, D.F. Libreria Porrua Hermanos. México, D.F. Boston Public Library. Boston, Mass. Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Boston, Mass. Mexico City College. México, D.F. Radcliffe College. Cambridge, Mass. University of Maryland. College Park, Md. Harvard University. Cambridge, Mass. Arnold Arboretum. Jamaica Plain, Mass. Gray Herbarium. Cambridge, Mass. Peabody Museum. Cambridge, Mass. Detroit Public Library. Detroit, Mich. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Mich. Clements Library. University of Michigan. Museo Nacional. México, D.F. University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minn. Missouri Botanical Garden. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Medical Society. St. Louis, Mo. Buffalo and Erie County Public Library. Buffalo, N.Y. Cornell University. Ithaca, N.Y. New York Public Library. New York, N.Y. American Geographical Society. New York, N.Y. New York Botanical Garden. New York, N.Y. Columbia University. New York, N.Y. Hispanic Society. New York, N.Y.







American Museum of Natural History. New York, N.Y. New York Academy of Medicine. New York, N.Y. University of Rochester, Medical School. Rochester, N.Y. Princeton University. Princeton, N.J.


Lloyd Library. Cincinnati, Ohio.


Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia Free Library. Philadelphia, Pa. Academy of Natural Sciences. Philadelphia, Pa. American Philosophical Society. Philadelphia, Pa. College of Physicians. Philadelphia, Pa. Commercial Museum. Philadelphia, Pa. Franklin Institute. Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Library Company of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Pa. Library Company of Philadelphia, Ridgway Branch. Philadelphia, Pa. Temple University. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia Textile Institute. Philadelphia, Pa. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pa. Botany-Zoology Library (now Biology Library). University Museum. Philadelphia Geographical Society. Philadelphia, Pa.



John Carter Brown Library. Providence, R.I.

SA Méx. (Sec. or Sria. Agr.) Dir.Def. Agr.

Secretaría de Agricultura. México, D.F.

Dir. Econ. Rur. (Also as SA-ER.) Dir. Geog. Meteor. Dir. Gen. For. OEE Ofic. Invest. Agr.

Sec. Agr. Méx. Soc. For. Méx. Sría. Agr. Méx. TxU

University of Texas. Austin, Tex.


Universidad Nacional Autónoma. México, D.F. Biblioteca Central. Facultad de Ciencias. Facultad Ciencias Químicas. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Facultad de Medicina.

SEN Méx. SEP Méx. SH Méx. SMGE Méx. SRE Méx. SRH Méx. SSAP Méx.

Fac. Cieñe. Fac. Cieñe. Quím. Fac. Filos. Fac. Med. See also ENE and ENMVZ Univ. Mich. Arch. UP WaPS


Dirección de Geografía y Meteorología. Dirección General Forestal. See below Oficina de Investigaciones Agrícolas (Formerly Oficina de Estudios Especiales.) Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Obras Públicas. México, D.F. Secretaría de Economía Nacional. México, D.F. Secretaría de Educación Pública. México, D.F. Secretaría de la Hacienda. México, D.F. Sociedad Mexicana de Geografía é Historia. México, D.F. Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores. México, D.F. Secretaría de Recursos Hidráulicos. México, D.F. Secretaría de Salubridad y Asistencia Publica, México, D.F. See SA Méx. Sociedad Forestal. México, D.F. See SA Méx.


Dirección de Defensa Agrícola.

Dirección de Economía Rural.

Universidad de Michoacán, Archivos. Morelia, Mich. See PU. State College of Washington. Pullman, Wash.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC WORKS CONSULTED IN THE PREPARATION OF THIS GUIDE This list does not include numerous bibliographies found in many of the works cited in the body of the bibliography. See also items under bibliographic works in the Index. Works of special use or interest are starred. Articles by specific authors are cited in the first part of this list. Works published anonymously are cited at the end of the list. These include titles which are, in some catalogues, listed under the name of the publishing institution. Following the arrangement adopted in the body of the bibliography, last names are printed in capitals, first and middle names in initial capitals and lower case. This is done particularly to insure correct citations of double names, which are so commonly used in Spanish.

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Quad. Mens. 1st. Fed. Cred. Venezie. Quaderno (Mensile). Istituto Federale di Credito per il Risorgimento delle Venezie. (Now Istituto Federale delle Casse di Risparmio delle Venezie.) 1-10, 1922-1931//? Quart. Bull. Alp. Gard. Soc. Great Brit. Quarterly Bulletin. Alpine Garden Society. Great Britain. 1, 1930/1932. 55



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Rev. Cent. Estud. Farm. Cordoba. Revista. Centro de Estudiantes de Farmacia. Cordoba, Argentina. 3, 1927? Rev. Chih. Revista Chihuahuense. Chihuahua. 1, 1 9 0 9 - 3 ( 3 ) , 1911// Rev. Chih. Revista de Chihuahua. 1, 1895. Not in the U.S. Rev. Cient. Indust. Revista Científica e Industrial. Mexico. 1(1-7), 1901// Not in the U.S. Rev. Cient. Lit. Mej. Revista Científica y Literaria de Méjico. See Rev. Méx. Rev. Cient. Méx. Revista Científica Mexicana. Mexico. 1-2(26), 1879-1884// Rev. Com. Ext. Revista del Comercio Exterior. Mexico. 1(1) 193810(12), 1945// Not in the U.S. (At HN Mex.) Rev. Cult. Colon. Revue des Cultures Coloniales. Paris. 1-15, 18971904// Rev. Deux Mond. Revue des Deux Mondes. Paris. 1-2, 1829—Ser. II (1-4), 1830//? Rev. Eaux For. Revue des Eaux et Forets. Paris. 1, 1862. Rev. Econ. Revista de Economia. Frente de Economistas Revolucionarios. Mexico. 1, 1937. Rev. Esc. Nac. Prep. Mexico. Revista. Escuela Nacional Preparatoria. Mexico. 1, 1923. Rev. Econ. France. Revue Economique Française. Paris. 1, 1878. First as Bulletin de la Société de Geographie Commerciale. Paris. Rev. Estud. Yuc. Revista de Estudios Yucatecos. Merida. 1, 1949 - 3, 1953// Superseded by Cuadernos de Estudios Yucatecos. 1953. Rev. Eur. Revista Europea. Madrid. 1-15 (1-319), 1874-1880// Rev. Farm. Revista Farmaceutica. (Argentina) Sociedad Nacional de Farmacia. Buenos Aires. 1, 1862. Rev. Farm. Revista Farmacéutica. Barranquilla, Colombia. 1, 1915. Rev. Farm. Mex. Revista Farmaceutica Mexicana. Profesorado Farmaceutico de los EEUU Mexicanos. l ( l ) - 3 ( 2 4 ) , 1891-1893//? Not in the U.S. (At HN Mex.) Rev. Fl. Med. Revista de Flora Medicinal. Rio de Janeiro. 5, 1938. (1, ?)

Rev. For. France. Revue Forestiere de France. Paris. 1-9, 19081914// Rev. For. Méx. Revista Forestal Mexicana. Mexico. 1-2, 1909-1911// Not in the U.S. ( At SMGE. ) Continued as Mexico Forestal. Rev. Fr. Out. Mer. Revue Française d'Outre Mer. Union Coloniale Française. Paris. 1, 1897-32, 1928// Started as Quinzaine Coloniale. Rev. Gen. Bot. Revue Generale de Botanique. Paris. 1, 1889. Rev. Geog. Revista Geografica. Instituto Panamericano de Geografia y Historia. Mexico. 1, 1941. Rev. Geog. Revue de Geographie. Paris. 1, 1 8 7 7 - n . ser. 12, 1924// Rev. Geog. Amer. Revista Geografica Americana. Sociedad Geografica Americana. Buenos Aires. 1, 1933. Reo. Geog. Hum. Ethnol. Revue de Geographie Humaine et d'Ethnologie. Paris. 1(1-4), 1948-1949// Rev. Hac. Revista de Hacienda. Mexico. Secretaria de Hacienda y Credito Publico. 1-4(21), 1937-1939// Rev. Hort. Revue Horticole. Paris. 1, 1829. Rev. Hort. Belge. Revue de l'Horticulture Belge et Etrangère. Ghent. 1, 1 8 7 5 - 4 0 , 1914// Rev. Ind. Revista de Indias. Instituto Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo. Consejo Superior de Investigación Científica. 1, 1940. Rev. Indust. Revista Industrial. Mexico. 1, 1946. Rev. Indust. Revista Industrial. Secretaria de Economia Nacional. Mexico. 1-5, 1933"-1935// Rev. Inf. Terap. Mex. Revista de Información Terapeutica de Mexico. 1, ? Not in U.S. Rev. Inst. Mun. Bot. Buenos Aires. Revista. Instituto Municipal de Botanica. Buenos Aires. 1, 1961. Rev. Inst. Pec. Méx. Revista. Instituto Pecuario. Secretaria de Agricultura y Fomento. Mexico. 1-2, 1941-1942// Rev. Inst. Salub. Enf. Trop. Mex. Revista. Instituto de Salubridad y Enfermedades Tropicales. Mexico. 1, 1939. Rev. Interam. Bibl. Revista Interamericana de Bibliografia. Pan American Union. Washington. 1, 1951. Rev. Intern. Bot. Appl. Agr. Trop. Revue Internationale de Botanique Appliquée et d'Agriculture Tropicale. Paris. 1, 1921. Started as Revue de Botanique Appliquée et d'Agriculture Coloniale; then as Revue de Botanique Appliquée et d'Agriculture Tropicale. Rev. Intern. Prod. Colon. Revue Internationale des Produits Coloniaux. Paris. 1, 1926. Rev. Invest. Agr. Revista de Investigaciones Agrícolas. Buenos Aires. Argentina. Ministerio de Agricultura. Dirección General de Laboratorios e Investigaciones. 1, 1947.


JOURNAL TITLES Rev. Lat. Amer. Revista Latino-Americana. Mexico. 1-16, 18851897; Ser. II, 1, 1897-1903//? Rev. Med. Revista Medicina. See Medicina. Rev. Med. Cieñe. Af. Revista de Medicina y Ciencias Afines. Merida. 1, 1942. Not in the U.S. (At HN Mex.) Rev. Med. Farm. Méx. Revista Médico-Farmacéutica Mexicana. Organo de los Intereses Farmacéuticos de Mexico. 1-6, 19231928//? 1-2, 1923-1924, as Revista Farmacéutica Mexicana. Rev. Med. Fr. Etr. Revue Medícale Française et Etrangère. Paris. 1822-1886// Ret). Med. Homeop. Revista de Medicina Homeopática. Sociedad Mexicana Homeopática de Yucatan. Merida. 1, 1921. Not in the U.S. Rev. Med. Méx. Revista Medica de Mexico. Sociedad de Medicina Interna. Mexico. 1-4, 1888-1891; Ser. II, 1-5, 1909-1912// Rev. Med. Mil. Revista Medico Militar. Mexico. 1(2), 1938 - 2(1112), 1940. Not in the U.S. (At HN Mex.) Rev. Med. Vet. Gan. Revista de Medicina Veterinaria y Ganadería. See Agr. Gan. Rev. Med. Yuc. Revista Medica de Yucatan. Merida. 1, 1906. Rev. Mens. Soc. Cient. Lit. Jose Maria Mena. Revista Mensual. Sociedad Científica Literaria "José Maria Mena." Cordoba, Ver. 1-3(3), 1889-1891//? Rev. Mens. Soc. Prom. Mej. Mat. Revista Mensual. Sociedad Promovedora de Mejoras Materiales. Mexico. 1, 1852// Not in the U.S. (At HN Mex.) Rev. Méx. Revista Mexicana. Mexico. 1(1-5), 1835// Follows Registro Trimestre. Rev. Mex. Revista Mexicana. Mexico. 1-2, 1845-1846// Vol. 1 as Revista Científica y Literaria de Mexico. Rev. Mex. Revista Mexicana. Mexico. 1-3, 1879-1880// fleo. Mex. Alerg. Revista Mexicana de Alergologia. Monterrey, N.L. 1, 1949. Rev. Mex. Biol. Revista Mexicana de Biología. Sociedad Mexicana de Biología. Mexico. 1-17(5), 1920-1935//? Rev. Mex. Estud. Antrop. See below. Reo. Mex. Estud. Hist. Revista Mexicana de Estudios Historíeos. Sociedad Mexicana de Estudios Antropologicos. Mexico. 1, 1927. Started as the above, fleo. Mex. Geog. Revista Mexicana de Geografía. Instituto Geográfico de la UNAM. Mexico. 1-4(3/4), 1940-1943//? Rev. Mex. Ing. Arq. Revista Mexicana de Ingeniería y Arquitectura. Asociación de Ingenieros y Arquitectos de Mexico. 1, 1923. fleo. Mex. Soc. Revista Mexicana de Sociología. Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales. Mexico. UNAM. 1, 1939. fleo. Mus. La. Plata. Revista. Museo. La Plata. Universidad Nacional. 1-34, 1890-1934// Sección Botanica. 1, 1936. fleo. Mus. Nac. Lima. Revista del Museo Nacional. Lima. 1, 1932. fleo. Quest. Hist. Revue des Questions Historiques. Paris. 1, 1866. Reo. Quest. Scient. Revue des Questions Scientifiques. Société Scientifique de Bruxelles. Louvain. 1, 1877-1939//? fleo. Quim. Farm. Revista Quimica y Farmacia. Buenos Aires. 1(1-6), 1900//? Rev. Quim. Farm. Revista Quimico-Farmaceutica. Colegio de Farmacéuticos de Chile. Santiago de Chile. 1, 1943. Rev. (Quine.) Anat. Patol. Clin. Med. Quirur. See Rev. Anat. Patol. Clin. fleo. Rev. Mexico. Revista de Revistas. Mexico. 1, 1910. fleo. Rev. New York. Review of Reviews. New York. 2-96, 18901937// 1 was American edition of Review of Reviews. London. Rev. San. Mil. Revista de Sanidad Militar. Mexico. 1, 1946? fleo. Sci. Nat. Appl. See Terre et la Vie. Rev. Scient. Revue Scientifique. Paris. 1, 1863. fleo. Sec. Agr. Fom. Mexico. Revista. Secretaria de Agricultura y Fomento. Mexico. 1, 1926-Ser. II, 1(4-5), 1929// fleo. Soc. Cient. Lit. José Maria Mena. See Rev. Mens. Soc. Cient. etc. Reo. Soc. Cub. Bot. Revista. Sociedad Cubana de Botanica. Havana. 1, 1942. fleo. Soc. Estud. Astron. Geofis. Revista. Sociedad de Estudios Astronómicos y Geofísicos. Mexico. 1, 1929. fleo. Soc. Mex. Hist. Nat. Revista. Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural. Mexico. 1, 1939. fleo. Sudamer. Bot. Revista Sudamericana de Botanica. Asociación Sudamericana de Botanica. Montevideo. 1, 1934. Reo. Trop. Revista del Tropico. Not located, fleo. Trop. Agr. See Rev. Agr. Trop. Reo. Un. Revistas Unidas. See Agr. Mex. Reo. Univ. Revista Universal. Mexico. 1871. Not in the U.S.


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ABOGADO, E. L. 1902. "Fiebres palustres." (Crón. Méd. Mex. 5:234-235); taken from the Farmacopèa Mexicana, 1896. Quotes a description of the plant, pambotano, to be used as a cure. 1902a. "El dacoxiloxóchitl." (Crón. Méd. Mex. 5: 260-261.) States that the plant to which this name refers, Calliandra grandiflora, has been incorrectly called pambotano, and that the latter should be used only for the preparations made of this plant by General de la Barra. The word pambotano means "entirely of plant material."

ABRISQUETA, L. de. 1892-1893. "Sansevieria guineensis."

(Rev. Agr. 8: 120-121.)

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ABRAHAM, P(hilip) and AYYAR, V(enkatarama) Ramanatha. 1938. "Floral anatomy as an aid to the classification of cotton." First Conf. Sci. Res. Work. Cotton India ( India Central Cotton Comm.), Papers read: 369-379, 4 maps, March 1937. Pubi, in Bombay, 1938. Résumé pubi, in Rev. Bot. Appi. 17: 651-655, 1937. Based on the arrangement of bundles in the vascular skeleton of the flowers. New World plants are divided into 6 species, 3 of them cultivated and 3 wild.

ACEVEDO, Justo R. 1902. El partido de Carmen. México, 26 p., map, illus. A 4th ed. was publ. in 1910(?), 41 p. With a brief section on agriculture, and a special section on Haematoxylon campechianum. ACEVEDO, A., David Alberto. 1944. "Impulso al cultivo del maíz en León, Gto." Chapingo, 51 p., illus. Thesis ENA. On Zea.

ABRAMS, LeRoy. See also VARIOUS, 1902-in progress. 1904. "Quercus wislizeni in southern California." ( Bull. So. Calif. Acad. Sci. 3 ( 1 ) : 1-2.) With a list of stations, including one from Baja California. 1910. "A phytogeographic and taxonomic study of the southern California trees and shrubs." (Bull. N. Y. Bot. Gard. 6 ( 2 1 ) : 300-485, illus., map. Contr. Columbia Univ. Dept. Bot. 247.) Physiography, climate, phytogeography, a discussion of zones, and an annotated catalogue, with keys to genera and species, and distribution. Plants whose range extends into Mexico are included.

ACEVEDO LOPEZ, Santos. 1953. Martín de la Cruz y Juan Badianus. Xochimilco, 24 p.—Bibliot. G. Somolinos. "Datos relacionados con el 'Libellus de medicinalibus Indorum herbis.'" ACEVEDO MIRANDA, Antonio. 1944. "El aprovechamiento del palo blanco en el Territorio Sur de la Baja California." Chapingo, 51 p. Thesis ENA. On Lysiloma candida. 1945. "Reglamentación de los aprovechamientos del coyol en el Estado de Veracruz." Chapingo, 65 p. Thesis ENA. With a list of other trees found growing with the coyol, Scheelea liebmannii, giving their common and scientific names, and the family.

ABRAMS, LeRoy, and SMILEY, Frank J. 1915. "Taxonomy and distribution of Eriodictyon." (Bot. Gaz. 60: 115-133, illus. ) The following species extend into Baja California: E. lanatum n.sp., E. angustifolium Nutt., and E. sessilifolium Greene. ABRAMS, LeRoy. 1923-1960. Illustrated flora of the Pacific states. Stanford, 4 vols. Vol. 4, issued posthumously, was ed. by Roxana Stinchfield Ferris. Numerous experts collaborated in the preparation of the material for various groups. Illus. were mainly by Jeanne Russell Janish, with many in the Compositae by Doris Holmes Blake. A key to all the families in the work is given in vol. 4. Collaborators include: A. S. Hitchcock, N. L. Britton, K. K. Mackenzie, C. R. Ball, F. V. Coville, L. Benson, R. Bacigalupi, C. P. Smith, L. C. Wheeler, I. L. Wiggins, C. B. Wolf, G. N. Jones, P. A. Munz, H. L. Mason, J. F. Davidson, A. D. Grant, F. W. Pennell, D. D. Keck, R. W. Holm, C. B. Heiser, A. J. Cronquist, M. A. Nobs, G. H. Ward, C. W. Sharsmith, J. T. Howell, J. L. Chambers, Q. Jones, L. Constance, and M. E. Mathias.

ACEVEDO REYES, Dora. 1948. "Obtención de la bromelina del jugo de la pina y su ensayo colorimétrico." México, 63 p. Thesis UNAM. With a section on the pineapple as raw material. ACEVES, Abundio. 1881. "Estigmas del maíz." (Indep. Méd. 1 ( 2 7 ) : 227-228.) Taken from El Estado de Jalisco; no date is given for the original. Mainly on their use, medicinally. ACEVES, Maria Victoria. 1926. El cordoncillo. Guadalajara, 29 p.—Bibliot. M. Martinez. Chemical and pharmaceutical study of Piper angustifolium. ACEVES ALVAREZ, Elodia. 1943. "Análisis químico de la corteza del cuachalala." Guadalajara, 59 p., illus. Thesis UNAM. The plant is identified as Amphipterygium adstringens (Schl.) Schiede.

1925."The origin and geographical affinities of the flora of California." (Ecology 6: 1-6.) The flora of the deserts of California is largely of Mexican origin. 1932. "The hay fever plants of the western states." (Bull. So. Pacif. Gen. Hosp. 1: 162-165, 3 illus.) With a list of 7 genera and 27 species, and their distribution. Special data are given on the species of Ambrosia, including descriptions and common names. 1946. "Notes on the types of some Californian species of Convolvulus." (Contr. Dudley Herb. Stanford Univ. 3 ( 1 1 ) : 351-361, illus. ) With a key to the species described and their varieties. The following are cited from Mexico: C. macrostegius, C. aridus subsp. longilobus subsp. nov., and subsp. tenuifolius subsp. nov.

ACEVES GAMA, Pablo. 1950. "Informe sanitario del puerto de Mulegé, Baja California." Mexico, 36 p. Thesis Med. With a detailed list of plants by uses; common names only. ACHEY, Daisy Bird (listed incorrectly as Daisy M., fide Barnhart). 1933. "A revision of the section Gymnocaulis of the genus Orobanche." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 60:441-450, illus.). With a key to species and varieties, and descriptions. Orobanche fasciculata Nutt. var. lutea (Parry) is described as a new combination from Chihuahua. "ACHRAS SAPOTA." 1912. "Los jardines botánicos y el estudio de la botánica." Soc. Agr. Mex. 36: 651-652.)

ABREGO, Gilberto Serrato. See SERRATO ABREGO, Gilberto. ABREGO, Miguel. 66



ACOME ACOME, Tiburcio, and ESCALANTE, Ignacio. 1850. "Noticias estadísticas del cantón de Matamoros de Chihuahua." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. 2: 66-70, 70-82.) Answers to a questionnaire, in the style of the early "relaciones." The first part is Noticias del Rio Yaqui, with a list of cultivated plants; the second, Pueblo de Bacoachi, contains references to common plants. ACOSTA, Cristobal de. See L'ECLUSE, Charles, 1605; PEREYRA, Carlos, 1936. ACOSTA, G. 1904. "Correspondencia." (Bol. Soc. Agr. On the use of various plants for 1904a. "El abutilón y el henequén." (Bol. Comparison of the two plants for ACOSTA, Joaquin. See Dieudonne, 1849.

Méx. 28:857-858.) fibers. Soc. Agr. Méx. 28: 877.) fibers.

BOUSSINGAULT, Jean Baptiste Joseph

With a Chiapaneque-to-French vocabulary, p. 40-85; not many botanical terms are included. ADAM, Quirin François Lucien. See ADAM, Lucien. ADAME, Julián Rodríguez. See RODRIGUEZ ADAME, Julián. ADAMS, Charles Gibbs. 1931. "Desert life." (Desert 3 ( 8 ) : 187, 189.) A general article, with references to plants by common names only. ADAMS, Cyrus Cornelius. See NORTH, Arthur Walbridge, 1908. ADAMS, Dell M. 1951. "Erosional effects of the Tajo de Nochistango in the Valley of Mexico." Mexico, 108 typed p. Thesis Mexico City Coll. The plates supposed to accompany the thesis were missing in the copy seen. A regional study in Huehuetoca, with a brief section on the vegetation; plants are cited by common names only.

ACOSTA, José de. See also BRY, Johann Theodor de, et al, 15901634; GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig, 1631; PEAKE, Thomas, 1655; RIQUELME SALAR, José, 1950; TOVAR, Juan de (1569P-1573). 1590. La historia natural y moral de las Indias. Sevilla, 535 p. This is the first complete ed. in Spanish. Trans, into English by Edward Grimston ( Grimestone ), London, 1604, as The naturall and morall history of the East and West Indies. There are many other eds. in various languages, including the latest, ed. by Edmundo O'Gorman, printed in México, 1940 (NN). Books 1 and 2 were first printed at Salamanca, 1589, under the title De natura Novi Orbis. In 7 books, the fourth of which is concerned with natural history. The part on plants gives descriptions and uses for about 50 plants common to Mexico. (Acosta was in Panama, Peru, and Mexico from 1570 to 1587.) León, who cites the 7th edition, Madrid, 1792, as the one most used, says of the Historia . . . , "las noticias son sucintas y no siempre muy exactas; eso, no obstante, trae datos interesantísimos." The part on cactus was translated by F. Vaupel in Monatschr. f. Kakteenkunde 29: 140-143, 1919, with both Spanish and German versions given. Weatherwax in his Indian corn in old America, q.v., says of Acosta, "Borrows freely from Durán whose mother was Indian."

ADAMS, Eleanor B. See LANDA, Diego de (ca. 1566).

ACOSTA, Oswaldo de Almeida. See PECKOLT, Oswaldo de Lazzarini, and ACOSTA, 1937.

ADAMS, William Preston. 1957. "A revision of the genus Ascyrum (Hypericaceae)." (Rhodora 59: 73-95, illus., 5 maps; condensed from an M.S. thesis, Univ. Georgia. ) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. A. hypericoides var. hypericoides is cited from Mexico.

ACOSTA LAGUNES, Josefina. 1934. "Acción de la tronadora en la hiperglicemia y en la hiperglucosuria." México, 1934, 28 p. Thesis Chem. Study of Tecoma stans, with common names and distribution. ACOSTA PROUDINAT, Rodrigo. n.d. El valle agrícola y agrario de Rio Verde, N.p., 44 p., illus.-SH Méx. With a list of cultivated products.

San Luís


ACOSTA SAIGNES, Miguel. See SAHAGUN, Bernardino (1575)? ACOSTA V., Ricardo. See MIRANDA, Francisco de P., et al, n.d.; SERRANO, Juan, et al, 1932. ACUNA, Arturo. n.d. "Clasificación de variedades de trigo." N.d., 16 p. plus app. of 6 keys. Thesis ENA. On Triticum. ACUNA, Consuelo Estrada. See ESTRADA ACUNA, Consuelo. ACUNA, Gabriel Galván. See GALVAN ACUNA, Gabriel. ADAIR, Etta Florence. 1942. "The paloverde." (Calif. Gard.:3.) On Cercidium torreyana, with description and nomenclature. 1945. "The Poinsettias." (Calif. Gard. 3 6 ( 3 ) : 4. Popular article on Euphorbiaceae in general. ADAM, Lucien (Quirin François Lucien). 1887. La langue Chiapaneque. Vienna, 117 p.

ADAMS, J. E. See ADAMS, Joseph Edison. ADAMS, John. 1785. A short account of the growth and flowering of a variegated American aloe. (London), 1785, 1 p.; 1 pi. by William Darton; photostatic copy at PPAN, of the original in the British Museum. Just a description of the process of flowering. ADAMS, Joseph Edison. 1935. "A systematic study of the genus Arctostaphylos." (Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 5 6 ( 1 ) : 1-62, 1940.) Thesis, U. Calif. 1935. A detailed monograph. 1949. "Studies in the comparative anatomy of the Cornaceae." (Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 65:218-244, bibl.) Systematic studies on wood anatomy to help evaluate the phylogenetic position of the Cornaceae and its presumed allies. ADAMS, Preston. See ADAMS, William Preston. ADAMS, Thomas Caldwell. 1938. "Marcus E. Jones; a sketch." 11-13.)


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Sci. 15:

1962. "A synopsis of Hypericum section Myriandra. Studies in the Guttiferae." I. (Contr. Gray Herb. 189: 3-51, illus.) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. H. hypericoides ranges into Mexico. 1962a. "Studies in the Guttiferae II. Taxonomic and distributional observations on North American taxa." (Rhodora 6 4 ( 7 5 9 ) : 231-242. ) Hypericum pringlei is reduced to synonymy in H. perforatum; gaps in the range of H. hypericoides are filled in and there is a discussion of the H. pauciflorum and H. punctatus complexes. ADAN, Elfego. 1923. "Los Cuicatecos actuales." (An. Mus. Nac. Méx., IV, 1: 137154.) With vocabularies in Spanish and Cuicatleco; includes plant foods and fruits from Oaxaca. ADANSON, (Alexandre). See ADANSON, Michel, 1763. ADANSON, Michel. 1763. Familles des plantes. Paris, 2 vols. Second ed. by A. Adanson and J. Payer, 1847. For more information on the date of this publication, see Rickett, H. W., and Stafleu, F. A., 1960. ADDIS, José M. See CALVINO, Mario, 1920. ADEM, Julián et al.

ADKILEN ADEM—continued 1960. La isla Socorro. Archipiélago de las Revillagigedo. México, 234 p., illus. Monog. Inst. Geofís. UNAM, No. 2. A section on the vegetation, by Faustino Miranda, is on p. 127-152, illus. It covers the physiography and vegetation types (7), with citations of the characteristic plants of each association. A list of species suggested for possible introduction was prepared in collaboration with E. Hernández X. ADKILEN, Pacífica. See SANTOS, Alfredo C., and ADKILEN, 1932. ADMIRAL, Don. 1937. "Number one adventurer of the desert." ( Des. Mag. 1 ( 1 ) : 6, illus.) On the creosote bush; with a list of several species of Larrea. 1938. "Water that's guarded by thorns." (Des. Mag. 1 ( 3 ) : 3, illus.) On barrel cacti, with lists of several species that belong in the group. 1938a. "A gentleman with daggers." (Des. Mag. 1 ( 4 ) : 3, illus.) Description of ocotitto, with distribution, uses, and etymology. 1938b. "Lily of the wastelands." (Des. Mag. 1 ( 5 ) : 7, illus.) On Hesperocattis undulata Gray, with a description, distribution, and good illustrations by Frashers (sic). 1938c. "They learned about cactus from beavertail." (Des. Mag. 1 ( 6 ) : 3, illus.) Photo by Duke Clarke. On Opuntia basilaris and O. brachyclada. 1938d. "Bitter food for the burro." (Des. Mag. 1 ( 7 ) : 5, illus.) Identified as Franseria dumosa. 1938e. "Weapons for Indians." (Des. Mag. 1 ( 9 ) : 7, illus.; photo by Emil Eger. ) On ironwood, Olneya tesota. ADVISSE-DESRUISSEAUX, P. 1907. "Cucurbitacées tropicales." (Agr. Prat. Pays Trop. 7: 5, 127, 244, 320, illus.) Repr. as a separate, Paris, 1908, 54 p., in the Bibliot. d'Agr. Col.—Sria. Agr., Dir. Def. Agr., Méx. Includes le chouchou, Sechium, pipangaye, Luffa, and calebasse, Lagenaria. 1910. "De l'influence exercée par quelques plantes sur le vanillier." (Agr. Prat. Pays Chauds 10(2): 33-42, 5 figs.) Artocarpus and Ficus are labeled harmful. Oxalis, Hydrocotyle, and Musa are listed as useful. 1913. "Contribution a l'étude de la vanille." (Agr. Prat. Pays Chauds. 13(1): 264-276.) Study of the fruit to determine the characters which indicate maturity. AELLEN, Paul. 1929. "Beitraege zur systematik der Chenopodium-arten Amerikas, vorwiegend auf grund der sammlung des United States National Museum in Washington, D. C." ( Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 26: 31-64, 119-160.) Description of 56 species and many lower taxa, including a number from Mexico. AELLEN, Paul, and Theodor JUST. 1943. "Key and synopsis of the American species of the genus Chenopodium." I. (Amer. Midi. Nat. 30: 47-76, illus.) Includes table of chromosome numbers in the genus, key to sections, synopsis of sections and subspecific entities, and an annotated catalogue with synonymy and distribution. UN AFECTISIMO DEL BIEN COMUN. 1779. Modo fácil de beneficiar las malvas y sacar de ellas géneros semejantes al cáñamo. México, 8 p.—BN. Méx. AFFAITATI, Casimiro. 1712. II semplice ortolano. Milano (4th ed. ?), 1758, 216 p.-NN. First ed., 1712. DA has an 1815 ed. With one section on tobacco. AFONSO, Adriano. See KUPCHAN, S. Morris et al, 1961. AGARDH, Carl Adolph. See SWARTZ, Olof, 1829. AGARDH, Jakob (Jacob) Georg.

AGUILAR 1835. "Synopsis generis Lupini." Lund, 14, 43 p., 2 pi. Thesis for which the respondents were G. Flansburg, L. A. Trágárdh and O. J. Halk.-NNBG. Four Mexican species are included. "EL AGER DE JALAPA." 1912. "Nutriol de Guatemala." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 36: 1021-1026.) On a variety of Euchlaena luxurians for forage. AGETRO, Leafar. See ORTEGA, Rafael. AGREDA y SANCHEZ, José María de. See DORANTES de CARRANZA, Baltasar, 1604; GEMELLI CARERI, Giovanni Francesco, 1700; OJEA, Hernando, 1608. AGRICOLA, L. See BALESTRIER, L. de. "UN AGRICULTOR AMERICANO DE FAMA UNIVERSAL." 1897. "El añil." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 21: 551-554.) Mainly on the culture of Indigofera. UN AGRICULTOR DEL ESTADO DE MORELOS. See BOURGOIN D'ORLI, P. H. F. 1867. AGRO. 1906. "El origen del maíz." (Her. Agrie. 6(10): 9-10.) On Zea. 1907. "Los Agrostis forrajeros." (Her. Agr. II, 7 ( 7 ) : 19-20, illus.) "AGROFILO." 1911. "Un triunfo en floricultura." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 35: 728731.) Publ. also in (Rev. Rev. 2 ( 9 3 ) : 20-21, illus.). On a new variety of Dahlia developed by Salvador Diaz. AGROFILO. 1917. "La palabra henequén." (Henequén 2(43): 8-9.) Etymological study. 1918. "Plantas textiles." (Henequén 3 ( 6 0 ) : 5-6.) With common names, scientific names, and uses. 1919. "La vainilla Yucateca." (Henequén 4 ( 8 0 ) : 25-27.) Common and scientific names, distribution, and history in Mexico. 1919a. "La higuerilla Yucateca." (Henequén 4 ( 8 3 ) : 15-16.) On Ricinus in Yucatán. 1919b. "Siete ó chicle." (Henequén 4 ( 8 4 ) : 8-9.) Common names, distribution, and preparation of the product. Compare with the article cited under Anon. 1919j. AGUADO, Manuel Fernández. See FERNANDEZ AGUADO, Manuel. AGUAIO, Francisco Nuñez de. See NUNEZ de AGUAIO, Francisco. AGUAYO RUIZ, Carmen. 1944. "Aprovechamiento industrial de la papaya." mimeo. p. Thesis Chem., UNAM. On Carica papaya.

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AGUAYO SPENCER, Rafael. See ALAMAN, Lucas, 1945. AGÜERO, Ciro Napanga. See NAPANGA AGÜERO, Ciro. AGÜERO, Francisco. See VARIOUS, 1878. AGÜEROS, Victoriano. 1880. Escritores Mexicanos contemporáneos. México, 224 p.—IU. Includes Joaquín García Icazbalceta, Francisco Pimentel, and Manuel Orozco y Berra. AGUILA F., Bernardo del. 1947. Tabasco en la geografía y en la historia. México, 342 p.—NN. Chapter 5 on selvas, sabanas, flora i fauna contains a list of plants arranged alphabetically by families, with common names, within the families, of the most common plants of the selva. AGUILAR, Agustín, and Alberto RUIZ. 1887. "Algodón." (Mem. Sria. Fom. Méx. 3:406-434.) Only on the culture of Gossypium. 1887a. "Cultivo del algodón en los Estados de Durango y Coahuila en la zona llamada La Laguna." (Mem. Srta Fom. Méx. 3: 434-450.) On Gossypium.

AGUILAR AGUILAR, Alonso de. See AGUILAR, Francisco de, 1579. AGUILAR, Antonio. See ARA, Domingo de, 1571, 1620. AGUILAR, Apolonio Luis. 1924. "El cuapatli ó madera del pulque." (Méx. Antig. 2: 14-19, illus.) On Acacia angustissima; with a description of the plant, which is used in the fermentation of maguey. AGUILAR, Estanislao Muñoz. See MUÑOZ AGUILAR, Estanislao. AGUILAR, F. Espinosa. See ESPINOSA AGUILAR, F. AGUILAR, Fanny. 1945. "Prunus capollin." (Bol. Inst. Bot. Univ. Cent. Quito 4 ( 5 ) : 227-233, illus.) With a description of the plant and its therapeutic value. AGUILAR, Federico Cornelio. 1885. Ultimo año de residencia en México. Bogotá, 263 p. With interesting references to useful plants. AGUILAR, Francisco de. See also NUNNEMAKER, J. Horace, 1948. (1579). "Historia de la Nueva España." (An. Mus. Nac. Méx. 7: 1-25, 1903.) Printed from a copy, made by Paso y Troncoso, of the original ms., which is in Spain. It was repr. in México, 1938, 100 p., in an ed. revised by Alfonso Teja Zabre. The original was written in 1579. The author's name is considered by some to be Alonso de Aguilar. The story of the Conquest; with scattered references to plants, particularly as used for food. AGUILAR, Gilberto F. 1944. "Medicinal plants used by the Aztecs." (Esta Sem. May 20: 25-29). In Spanish and English. Common names only. AGUILAR, Gloria Alicia Zavala. See ZAVALA AGUILAR, Gloria Alicia. AGUILAR, Joan de. See ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José María, 1579. AGUILAR, José Luís. 1946. "Corrección de la sinonimia de la planta llamada vulgarmente aguacate." (Rev. Soc. Cub. Bot. 3 ( 6 ) : 152-154.) Reviews the literature, 1753-1946 (less than a dozen works are cited), and decides in favor of Persea americana Mill. AGUILAR, José M. See VARIOUS, 1925. AGUILAR, Juan Joseph de. 1777. "La Mission de Señor San Joseph de Batopilillas, Chihuahua." N.p., 8 lvs., ms.—MN Méx., Leg. 99, No. 11, Col. P. y T. AGUILAR, María D. See GIRAL, Francisco, and Etelvina MEDRANO, 1953. AGUILAR, Maximino Rodríguez. See RODRIGUEZ AGUILAR, Maximino. AGUILAR, Moisés García. See GARCIA AGUILAR, Moisés. AGUILAR, Pedro Sánchez de. See SANCHEZ de AGUILAR, Pedro. AGUILAR, R. See ROVIROSA, José N„ 1885. AGUILAR, Rosa. 1906. "Sobre el azafrán." Morelia, 3 lvs., Ms. Thesis Univ. Mich. Arch. On Crocus sativus. AGUILAR, S. R. See FLORES GUTIERREZ, J. M„ and AGUILAR, 1933. AGUILAR, Severo R. 1947. Geografía del Estado de Sinaloa. N.p., 90 p., illus.—México City Bk. Fair, 1957. With a list of plants for the state. AGUILAR BELTRAN del RIO, Carlos. 1953. "Estudio del peyote en el Indio Tarahumara." México, 61 p., illus.—Thesis Med. UNAM. Botany, chemistry, and effects. AGUiLAR é ILLANA, Mariano. 1778. "Relación descriptiva del curato de Santa María Concepción



Xolalpa (Puebla)." N.p., 5 lvs., ms.-MN Méx., Leg. 100, No. 117, Col. P. y T. AGUILAR, G., José Ignacio. 1946. Forrajes y plantas forrageras. México, 374 p., illus—Bibliot. Ledesma, Ags. Detailed information, based on experiences in Guatemala. 1947. "El cacao volador." (Rancho Méx. 3 ( 1 7 ) : 31-34, 74, illus.) The plant is identified as Virola guatemalensis, and its importance as an oil source is discussed. 1947a. "Flora oleaginosa de México y Centroamerica." (Rancho Méx. 3 ( 1 8 ) : 34-36; (19): 49-51; (20): 23-24, 80; (21): 2325, illus.). Plants included are Myristica sebifera, Homphalea oleífera, Moringa oleífera, Sapindus saponaria, Licania, Attalea cohune, Aleurites, and Argemone. Aleurites is cited as found wild in southeastern Mexico. 1947b. "Mejoras praderas naturales." (Rancho Méx. 3(22): 49-52; (23): 14-16.) With good illustrations of grasses. 1947c. "Forrajera de porvenir." (Rancho Méx. 3 ( 2 4 ) : 8-9.) Description of ixbut, identified as Euphorbia lancifolia Schl. 1947d. "Arboles que producen fibra." (Rancho Méx. 3(24): 27-29, 42, illus.) On Bombax and Ceiba. AGUILAR LAGUNA, Anastasio, and Rafael DIAZ de LEON. 1939. "Monografía del cultivo de la papa en la región del Bajío." (Mem. Prim. Conv. Nac. Cult. Papa México: 22-73 mimeog.) Sría. Agr. Méx. With the history of the cultivation of potatoes in the region. AGUILAR LUNA, Lorenzo A. 1948. "Explotación y administración chiclera en el Estado de Chiapas." Chapingo, 60 typed p., illus. Thesis ENA. With a chapter on the botany and distribution of chicle. AGUILAR MEDRANO, Leopoldo. 1950. "Zonas agrícolas del Estado de Hidalgo y su importancia económica." Chapingo, 48 typed p., map. Thesis ENA. AGUILAR SAENZ, Manuel. 1927. Boletín estadístico del Estado de Chihuahua. Chihuahua, 242 p.—Lib. Porrúa. With a brief list of plants, cited by common names, in the section on the flora, and references to agricultural products, in the various districts. AGUILAR SANTILLAN, R. See GALINDO y VILLA, Jesús, 1901; VARIOUS, 1901. AGUILERA, José. See VARIOUS, 1895 (1897). AGUILERA, José Ascensión. 1917. "Contribución al estudio de la tronadora en la diabetes." México, 1917, 25 typed p. Thesis UNAM. Study of Tecoma with common names, botany, and chemistry. AGUILERA GONZALEZ, Beatriz. 1945. "Estudio sobre el fruto de la planta conocida con el nombre de capulincillo." México, 40 p. Thesis UNAM. On Rhamnus (Karwinskia) humboldtiana. AGUILERA H., Nicolás. See HERNANDEZ X., Efraím et al., 1959 d; VARIOUS, 1960 b. AGUILERA HERNANDEZ, José. 1945 "Estudio agrícola económico del Valle de Toluca." Toluca, 84 p. Thesis ENA. AGUILERA MARTINEZ, J. Guadalupe. 1942. Geografía del Estado de Tabasco. Villahermosa, 108 p., maps, illus.—BN Méx. A section on the flora lists plants by common names only. According to Santamaría (1945), q.v., this is the same, "modificado formalmente, pero no en lo fundamental," as a text by Arnulfo Giorgana, a copy of which was in Santamaría's possession. Maps for the latter work were prepared by Gonzalo Graham Casasús.



AHRENS, John F. See MELHUS, Irving E., and AHRENS, 1959. AHUJA COTERA, José. See VARIOUS, 1960 b.

AGUIRRE, Amado, et al. 1925. Informe que rinde al C. Presidente de la República . . . Tacubaya, México, D. F., 56 p., illus., maps. Collaborators include Alberto Zenteno, Salvador Toscano, Juan de Dios Rodríguez, Rafael López Ocampo, Gregorio M. Avalos, and J. Guillermo Freymann. Informe by "el Jefe de la Comisión nombrada por él mismo para hacer el estudio del Territorio de Quintana Roo." A section on the forest resources cites plants by common names; the illustrations give a good idea of the vegetation.

AIKMAN, A. See BARHAM, Henry, 1794. AINSWORTH-DAVIS, James Richard. See KNUTH, Paul Erich Otto Wilhelm, 1898-1905. AITON, Arthur Scott. 1950-1951. "The impact of the flora and fauna of the New World upon the Old World during the 16th century." (Biologia 2: 121-125; Chron. Bot. 1 2 ( 4 / 6 ) . ) Suggests a study of the early financial records of institutions, for data on the introduction of plants.

AGUIRRE, Ignacio. See PATINO, José Alejandro, 1778. AGUIRRE, Jorge Guardiola y. Jorge.


AITON, William. 1789. Hortus Kewensis. London, 3 vols., 13 pi; 2d ed., 1810-1813, 5 vols. For more information on the date of this publication, see Rickett, H. W., and Stafleu, F. A., 1960. A catalogue of the plants cultivated at the Royal Botanical Garden at Kew; 2d ed. was enlarged by Wm. Townsend Aiton, with the botanical descriptions by J. Dryander and R. Brown.


AGUIRRE, Mariano Rivera. See RIVERA AGUIRRE, Mariano. AGUIRRE, Norberto. See MIRANDA, Francisco de P. et al., n.d. AGUIRRE, Porfirio. 1951. "El maíz." (Esta Sem. 17: 15, 22, 30-32, 32-34, 33-34.) English and Spanish. Mainly on the history and culture of the plant.


AITON, William Townsend. See AITON, William. AJOFRIN, Francisco de, and OLITE, Fermín de. (1763). Diario del viaje que hicimos a México. México, 1936, 32 p., illus. Introd. by Genaro Estrada. A simple account, written in 1763, including descriptions of plants, sometimes without names, list of fruits, and list of trees.

AGUIRRE, Roberto Pérez. See PEREZ AGUIRRE, Roberto. AGUIRRE, Saracelina Zapata. See ZAPATA AGUIRRE, Saracelina. AGUIRRE BELTRAN, Gonzalo. 1952. "La magia del peyotl." (Univ. Méx. 6 ( 6 8 ) : 2-4.) Discusses 2 kinds of peyote: masculine, or rosa San Nicolas, and peyote femenina or rosa Santa Maria; in the first the root is used, in the second the flower; no basis is given for the distinction, botanically or physiologically. Descriptions, distribution, history, etymology of the name and a discussion of the effects, from the psychological point of view, are included. 1955. "La familia de los solanos en el México antiguo." ( Sinopsis 6 ( 6 ) : 19-28, illus.) On tobacco and Daturas; calls ololiuhqui a Datura.

AKELEY, Robert Vinton. See CORRELL, Donovan S., 1962. ALAIN, Hermano. 1958. "La flora de Cuba." (Rev. Soc. Cub. Bot. 15:36-49, 84-96, maps. bibl.) "Sus principales características, su origen probable"; with a section also on its "afinidades." The second section considers the origin. ALAMAN, Lucas. See also POINSETT, Joel Roberts, 1824; PRESCOTT, William Hickling, 1843; ANONYMOUS, 1853-1856 (Diccionario).

AGUIRRE BENAVIDES, Gustavo. 1950. "La jojoba." (Bol. Soc. Bot. Méx. 10: 26-32.) Description, distribution, chemical analysis, and economic importance. 1950a. "El marañon." (Bol. Soc. Bot. Méx. 11: 23-26.) Mainly on its culture and uses.

1823-1832. Documentos diversos. México, 669 p. In Colección de grandes autores Mexicanos, vol. I, comp. by Rafael Aguayo Spencer. Interesting for his annual reports of the Secretaría de Estado y del Despacho de Relaciones Exteriores e Internas, 1823, 1825, 1830, 1831, 1832, with reports on the Botanical Garden.

AGUIRRE CHAVEZ, Salvador. 1941. "El chile." Cd. Juárez, 59 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Capsicum.

ALAMANZA SANTOS, Ernesto. 1956. "Estudio de época de siembra en el cultivo del algodonero en la región de Paila-Parras." Saltillo, 33 p., illus. Thesis ESA. With a section on the taxonomy of cotton.

AGUIRRE M„ Horacio. 1945. "El cultivo de la alfalfa." Cd. Juárez, 33 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Medicago.

ALANIS, Manuel Salazar. See SALAZAR ALANIS, Manuel. ALANIS PATINO, E. See MESA ANDRADE, Manuel, and VILLANUEVA VARELA, 1948. ALARCON, Ernesto Kunse. See KUNSE ALARCON, Ernesto. ALARCON, Hernando Ruiz de. See RUIZ de ALARCON, Hernando. ALARCON, Joseph Florentino Páez de. See PAEZ de ALARCON, Joseph Florentino. ALARCON, Salvador Florencio de. 1778. "Noticia de la geografía . . . de este Real de Minas de San Francisco de Asís de Rio Chico, Sinaloa." N.p., 9 Ivs., ms.— MN Méx., Leg. 100, No. 81, Col. P. y T. ALARCON, Tomás.

AGUIRRE V., Manuel. 1940. "La palma del coquito de aceite y sus productos." Guadalajara, 42 p. Thesis EPA. On Attalea cohune. AGUNDIS, Esther. 1928. "Estudio sobre Verbesina enceloides." San Luís Potosí, 15 p. Thesis Pharm., Univ. San Luís Potosí. But calls it Bigelovia veneta. AHERN, George Patrick. 1927. "Tropical hardwoods." (Pan. Amer. Union Bull. 61: 219227, illus.) "With special references to their uses in American industries." A very general article with no references to specific trees, but there is an announcement of the completion of the Bibliography of tropical woods, q.v.

1919. "Las maravillosas propiedades de la yerba de la tos." (Rev. Rev. 1 0 ( 4 6 4 ) : 8; ( 4 6 5 ) : 22, illus.) History of the plant, taken from a relación of Pedro de Requeña, 1582. Various common names are mentioned for the plant: tianguis pepetla (que cura el tifo) and tlatlacistly, but the plant is not identified scientifically. It is probably Alternanthera repens.

AHRENDT, Leslie Walter Allam. 1961. "Berberís and Mahonia. A taxonomic revision." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London, Bot. 5 7 ( 3 6 9 ) : 1-410, illus., maps.) Morphology, geographic distribution, keys to sections, and species. Mexico is included for the Occidentalis group, section Horridae, of Mahonia.

ALARCON A., Saturnino. 1939. "Cultivo del plátano Roatán." Chapingo, 61 p. Thesis EPA. "En la zona agrícola del distrito de Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz."


ALARCON MENDIZABAL ALARCON MENDIZABAL, Enrique. 1951. "Estudio económico agrícola del cultivo del arroz en México." Chapingo, 73 p. Thesis ENA. On Oryza. ALARCON MORENO, Antonio. 1945. "La candelilla." Chapingo, 51 typed p. Thesis ENA. On Euphorbia cerífera. ALAS, Alberto. 1877. "Estudio sobre el tlanchinole." Toluca, 15 p.—Bibliot. M. R. Gómez. Repr. in (Indep. Méd. 1(9): 72-73, 1880-1881; an excerpt of this was publ. in Naturaleza 5: 9 (Rev. Cient.) 1880). Thesis, Inst. Lit. Estado de México. Description and chemical analysis of Heimia syphilitica, known also as hanchinol. ALATORRE, Fernando. 1939. "El aceite de girasol." (Rev. Com. Ext. 3( 17): 51-60.) On Helianthus. ALATORRE, Manuel. 1908. "El cacalosuchil." (Her. Agrie. Ill, 8 ( 1 ) : 9-10.) On Plumería as a rubber source. ALATORRE, Manuel R. 1933. "Cultivo y exportación del garbanzo." Cd. Juárez, 17 p., 2 maps. Thesis EPA. On Cicer. ALATORRE, Rita Lugo. See LUGO ALATORRE, Rita. ALATRISTE de LOPE, Joaquin. 1896. "Algunas observaciones sobre la historia natural médica Azteca antes de la conquista." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac., Méx. 2:272275.) Also in (Actas XI Reunión del Congreso de Americanistas 1895, p. 356-360, 1897). Lists plants used and gives etymology for some. ALAVA, Reino Olavi. 1952. "Spikelet variation in Zea mays L." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 39: 65-96, illus.) Study is based on present-day and fossil material. ALAVA, R. O., et al. 1957-1960. Index to plant chromosome numbers (previous to 1956). Publ. by the Calif. Bot. Soc., 1957, 61 p., bibl. Continued as follows: for 1956, 57 p., bibl., 1958; for 1957, 61 p., bibl., 1958; for 1958, 61 p., bibl., 1959; for 1959, 59 p., bibl., 1960. ALBA, Carlos H. See MENDIETA y NUNEZ, Lucio et al, 1949. ALBA, Carmen Ibañez y García de. See IBANEZ y GARCIA de ALBA, Carmen. ALBA, Jorge de, Frank W. GOULD, A. H. WALKER, and Guillermo L. NARVAEZ. 1953. Manejo de pastos. Turrialba, 23 p., illus.—Inst. Invest. Agr. Méx. With a list of some common species in northern Mexico arranged according to tribes, with genera, species, and common names; description and illustrations are included of 11 important grasses of the north. ALBA, Luis. 1882. "El cultivo de hule." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5:497-498.) On Euphorbia as a source of rubber. ALBA, Rafael de. 1908. Sonora—Reseña geográfica y estadística. México, 12 p.—DPU. Similar in plan to the works of the author on other states. The flora is described on p. 4 and 5. 1909. Chihuahua—reseña geográfica y estadística. Paris, México, 26 p., 37 figs.—Bibliot. Ant. Alzate. Publ. anonymously. With a brief section on the native flora and one on agriculture; plants are cited by common names only. 1910. Coahuila—reseña geográfica y estadística. México, 49 p., 46 illus—Bibliot. Ant. Alzate.

ALCANTARA With a section on the native flora, listed mainly by common names, and another section on agriculture. 1910a. Tamaulipas—reseña geográfica y estadística. México, 74 p., 50 illus.—Bibliot. Ant. Alzate. With a brief section on native plants, listed by common names, and another section on agricultural products. 1912. Veracruz—reseña geográfica y estadística. México, 86 p., 93 illus.—Bibliot. Ant. Alzate. With a list of native plants, classified according to use, and a list of agricultural products according to cantons. ALBARADO, Luís Gómez de. See GOMEZ de ALBARADO, Luis. ALBARRAN, Jorge Romero. See ROMERO ALBARRAN, Jorge. ALBARRAN y BEIZA, Agustín. 1890. Apuntes para el estudio del tabaquillo. México, 24 p.; also in (Farmacia 1( 13): 325-331, 1891; and in Nueva Recop. Monog. Méx. in An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 2: 141-146, 1896). On Hedeoma piperita, giving classification, description, distribution, and properties; León says of it, "estudio modesto pero hecho cuidadosamente." ALBAUGH, Hilda P. See MEMMLER, Karl, ed., 1934. ALBERS, Carl Clarence. See BARON, Bertha, 1943. ALBERT, Federico. 1907. "La caoba de las vegas." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 31: 711-713; also in Prog. Méx. 17: 310, 346, 365, 375, 399, 1910.) On "Eucalyptus robusta ó rostrata." ALBERT, Richard O. 1961. "Some interesting Texas cacti." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 33(6): 169-171, illus.) On Homolocephalu texensis, which ranges into Mexico. ALBERTIN, A. 1881. Du tabac. Grenoble, 24 p.-NN. With references to the history of the plant and its varieties; the emphasis is on the culture. ALBES, Edward. 1915. "The food for the gods." (Bull. Pan Amer. Union 40: 13-23, illus.) On Theobroma. 1915a. "The tomato." (Bull. Pan Amer. Union 41: 13-35, illus.) The material on classification is taken from W. W. Tracy, q.v. 1916. "Orchids in the Americas." (Bull. Pan Amer. Union 42: 357372, illus.) Covers morphology and distribution by species; with a brief section on vanilla. 1916a. "Maize, the greatest of American food products." (Bull. Pan Amer. Union 43: 33-54, illus. ) On its history, production, and uses. ALBINO (ALBINUS), Bernhard. See LETSCH, Johann Theophilus, 1695. ALBORES G„ Eduardo J. See CIIARNAY, C. J. D„ 1863; SAN JUAN, Alonso de (1584-1589). ALBORES, Juan Jossef de la Fuente. See FUENTE ALBORES, Juan Jossef de la. ALBUQUERQUE, José Theophile Carneiro de. See CARNEIRO de ALBUQUERQUE, José Theophile. ALCACIO, A. CANO y. See CANO y ALCACIO, A. ALCALA, Ermilo Solís. See SOLIS ALCALA, Ermilo. Al,CALA, L. Troconis. See TROCONIS ALCALA, L. ALCALA SANTAELLA, Rafael. See BALLESTEROS GAIBROIS, Manuel, 1947. ALCANTARA, Joaquín. 1880. "(Palo amarillo.)" (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 1:280.) A note on samples of resin from the palo amarillo or lechón, and on a wild maize that grows in the hills of Irapuato.



ALCANTARA, M. C. 1936. "De las cañas de azúcar y sus variedades." (Foil. Divulg. No. 24, 22 p . ) Publ. by the Inst. Biol. Méx., Chapultepec, México. On Saccharum. ALCANTARA, Margarita. 1933. Estudio de una de las damianas del país. México, 45 p.— Bibliot. M. Martinez. Chemical and pharmaceutical study of Turnera pringlei.

ALCARAZ, José. See also BELTRAN, Enrique et al, 1961. (1777.) "Informe del Mission del Santíssimo Rosario." (Bol. Bibl. Nac. Méx. 8: 125-128, 1905.) Written in 1777. With a section on the natural history; the region is in Nayarit.

1899. "El herbario de Berlandier." (Naturaleza, II, 3:555-561.) First publ. in (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 4: 118-126, 1899); also as a separate, 7 p., from the Anales, 1899—IB Méx. Discussion of Berlandier's travels based on various references in different works. Questions the location of Berlandier's herbarium.

Monterrey. literatura." vocabulary maize.

1900. "El mangle." (An. Inst. Med. Nac. Méx. 4:323-332.) Ms. is at IB Méx. Description, classification, and study of its use in leprosy and elephantiasis. Includes quotes from an article in El Diario del Hogar of April 6, 1900, which in turn quotes from Western Druggist and Crónica Médico-quirurgica de la Habana. None of these articles was seen.

ALCARAZ, José R. 1913. Apuntes sobre agrostología—Los zacates forrageras en México. México, 62 p., illus.—DA. Considers the problem of pasture land. Gives a list of forage grasses with descriptions, localities, and uses. Illustrations are mainly of herbarium specimens; common names are given for some.

1902. El mango. México, 8 p.—Bibliot. M. Martinez. Repr. in (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 347-354, 1903). A botanical study of Mangifera indica. 1903. "Usos medicinales del mezquite." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 99-114.) Repr. as "El mezquite" in (Gac. Agr. Vet. 1 ( 7 ) : 6-12, 1910 and 2 ( 1 ) : 5-8, 1911). Repr. also in (Naturaleza II, 3: 683-695, 1903, and in Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 27: 254, 270, 297, 316, 350, 1903). Includes descriptions of the plant, synonymy, and chemical and medicinal uses, with the emphasis on the chemistry. Eleven species of plants known as mezquite are also listed. 1903a. Datos para la dendrología Mexicana-el liquidambar. México, 1904, 18 p.—IB Méx. Also in (An. Mus. Nac. Méx. II, 1: 376-390). With the history of its etymology, synonymy, description, products extracted, and uses. 1904. "Catálogo de consultas de los géneros y subgéneros de que consta el herbario del Instituto Médico Nacional." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6: 224-268.) Repr. in México, 1906, 50 p . IB Méx. Lists genera and subgenera, with numbers of each, from the collections of Pringle, Palmer, and Schaffner, 1905. 1905. "Clasificación de algunas especies del herbario." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 84-93.) Includes about 20 species. 1905a. "Catálogo de los frutos comestibles Mexicanos." (An. Mus. Nac. Méx. II, 2: 413-488.) Based on a speech at the Coyoacán exhibit, 1897; gives names, description, distribution, and uses of the fruits. Marked to be continued; but no more was published.

ALCARAZ, José R., and Juan M. FLORES y de la PENA. 1913a. "Información sobre la exploración de la Serranía de Ixtaccihuatl y Popocatepetl." (Mem. Sría. Fom. Méx., Alberto Robles Gil: 542-546.) With a brief list of plants, cited by scientific names. ALCARAZ, Julio Corral. See CORRAL ALCARAZ, Julio. ALCARAZ, Roberto Roberto.




ALCOCER, Gabriel V. See also ALTAMIRANO, F„ 1904c; CORDERO, Manuel, 1883-1884; ENGERRAND, Georges, and RAMIREZ CASTAÑEDA, I., 1915; GALINDO y VILLA, Jesús, 1926-1927; LIERA, B., Guillermo, 1943; RAMIREZ, José, 1902; VARIOUS, 1894 et passim; 1895-1908; ANONYMOUS, 1910 f. 1886. "El bosque de Chapultepec." (Naturaleza 7:317-323.) Presents a plan for a projected botanical garden. 1886-1887. "El heno." (Bol. Soc. Agrie. Méx. 10: 123-126.) Discussion on Tillandsia usneoides, opposing the idea that it is a parasite. 1898. "Reseña histórica de los trabajos emprendidos acerca de la flora Mexicana é importancia de terminarlos." (México. Segundo Concurso Científico Nacional, Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat., p. 11-24; also in Naturaleza, II, 3 ( A p p . ) : 11-24, 1898.) History of botanical research in Mexico since the 16th century, with a list of Mexicans who have dedicated themselves to botany.

ALCANTARA HERRERA, José. 1948. "Breve ensayo de cronología médica Mexicana." (Medicina 28: 337, 360, 383, 400, 426, 437, illus.)-DPS. General chronology; valuable for records of events and dates of publications, portraits, and theses. 1949. "Nuevos datos de cronología médica Méxicana." (Medicina 29: 161-175, 181-192, illus.) Has biographical data on some naturalists; e.g., Vicente Cervantes and Leonardo Oliva.

ALCARAZ, José A. 1949. El maíz. México, 77 p., illus.—Circ. Merc. Mut. "Su cultivo, origen, ritos, fiestas, leyendas, y There is a special section on hybrid corn, and a of Maya and Aztec terms used in connection with

this is an exact quotation from Colmeiro, without citation of the original source.


ALCARAZ de MESA, Alonso. See PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del (1579-1582). ALCARAZ ROQUE, Susana. 1951. "Estudio comparativo de la saponina existente en diferentes plantas." Guadalajara, 81 p. Thesis. Studies on tosiste, jaral, bolitaria, conguerán—not identified; lechuguilla identified as Solidago montana, and Quillaja (Rosaceae). ALCAZAR, R. P. Barthélemi (also as Bartholomé and Bartolomé.) 1704. "Observations sur la cochenille." (Art. CLVI, Mem I'Hist. Sci. Beaux Arts, Oct., p. 1765-1774.) With descriptions of the plant called nopal. 1704a. "Observations sur quelques plantes des Indes." (Mem. I'Hist. Sci. Beaux Arts, Art. CLXXVI: 1974-1981.) León cites the author's name as P. Bartolomé. Interesting observations on achiote, mezquite, and añil. A L C E D O y BEXARANO, Antonio de. 1786-1789. The geographical and historical dictionary of America and the West Indies. London, 1812-1815, 5 vols. Trans, by G. A. Thompson from the original, Diccionario geográjicohistórico de las Indias occidentales ó América, Madrid, 5 vols., 1786-1789. Contains a useful section on Mexican plants and agriculture, and a vocabulary of provincial terms. Of these León says, "pocas con la correspondencia científica y no siempre exacta;"

ALCOCER, Gabriel, y J. McConnell SANDERS. 1905b. "El Abutilón incanum." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 29: 729-730.) On identification of the fiber. ALCOCER, 1907. "Una Méd. On


Gabriel V. nueva yerba de la golondrina en México." (An. Nac. Méx. 9:147-153.) Euphorbia püulifera L. var. procumbens Bois.




1907a. "Las Julianaceas." ( An. Mus. Nac. Méx. II, 4: 318-327.) Detailed account of the history and taxonomy of an "order" (family) placed between the oaks and walnuts. 1912. "Aclaración justa." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 12: 19-20.) On Escobedia scabrifolia and E. linearis, as substitutes for saffron. Reference is made to the article on "Los azanfrancillos de México," in Datos para la materia médica Mexicana, vol. 5, p. 49-50, 1908, q.v. 1914. "Primer informe sobre la colección de Michoacán." México, 3 typed p.; 2d informe, 4 p.; 3d, 5 p.—IB Méx. List of plants, with common and scientific names, and uses, from the Hacienda de la Huerta, in Apatzingán.

ALDOUS Alfred Evan, and H. L. SHANTZ. 1924. "' ypes of vegetation in the semi-arid portion of the United 5 ates and their economic significance." (Jour. Agr. Res. ! 3 ( 2 ) : 99-127, 16 pi., map.) Brief descriptions of 102 species of plants, with distribuion, common and scientific names. The area is divided into 15 regions; plants are listed with indication as to the regions A'here they grow. Another list is arranged by regions, with ¿he dominant plants in each. ALDRETE, Oscar Chacón. See CHACON ALDRETE, Oscar. ALDRIDGE, James. 1842. "Memoir to determine the use of pollen in natural classification." (London Jour. Bot. 1:575-601, illus.) ALECHAMPS, Jacques d\ See DALECHAMPS, Jacques. ALEFELD, Friedrich Georg Christoph. 1856'. "Ueber die familie der Pyrolaceen." (Linnaea 28: 1-88, illus.) "Insbesonder die unterfamilie der Pyroleen"; a monographic study. 1861. "Ueber Vicieen." (Bonplandia 9: 66, 99, 116, 137.) A detailed taxonomic study with geographic data.

ALCOCER, Pascual. 1876. Estudio de algunos principios astringentes vegetales. México, 23 p. Also in (Naturaleza 7: 116-125, 1887 and in Estudio (Monogr. Méx.) 4: App. 67-74, 1891). Study of tannins from Acacia albicans, huisache; Caesalpinia cacalaco or C. coriaria, nacazcul or cascalote; and Quercus sempervirens, corteza de encino. Emphasis is on the chemistry, with some description of plants concerned.

1861a. "Ueber die stellung der gattung Gossypium andrer." (Bot. Zeitg. 19: 299-301.)

ALCORN, Stanley M., S. E. McGREGOR, and George OLIN. 1961. "Pollination of saguaro cactus by doves, nectar-feeding bats, and honey bees." (Science 133: 1594-1595.) 1962. "Pollination requirements of the organ pipe cactus." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 4 ( 5 ) : 134-137, illus.) The plant, Lemaireocereus thurberi, is self-sterile and is pollinated by bees and bats.

ALEGRE, Francisco Xavier. (1767). Historia de la Compañía de Jesús en Nueva España. México, 1841-1842, 3 vols., illus. Written in 1767. Book 6 of Vol. 2 considers plants of medicinal value. According to Buckingham Smith, Alegre is supposed to have borrowed extensively from Nentwig, q.v.


ALEJANDRE, Marcelo. 1870. "Noticias de la lengua Huasteca." (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. II, 2: 733-790.) With a Spanish-Huasteco vocabulary on pp. 761-790. For a detailed discussion of this work, see Montejano y Aguiñaga, Rafael, 1960. 1890. Cartilla Huasteca. México, 179 p . - M N Méx. With a dictionary of Spanish-Huasteco and vice versa; plant names are included. The dictionary is by Lamberto Asiain. For a detailed discussion of this work, see Montejano y Aguiñaga, Rafael, 1960. 1890a. "Lengua Huasteca." (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est., IV, 2 : 3 0 6 314.) With a list of names of places and towns; some are derived from plants. For a discussion of this work, as taken from the work of Tapia Centeno q.v., see Montejano y Aguiñaga, Rafael, 1960. p. 70.

ALCORTA GUERRERO, Ramón. See also CALDERON AGUILAR, Rubén et al, 1949; JORDAN, Fernando, 1951. 1948. "La isla Margarita, Baja California." (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. 6 5 ( 2 / 3 ) : 351-403, maps and photographs.) With a list (scientific names) of the most characteristic plants, and an account of a scientific exploration of the island. ALDANA,

ALDANA L., Jacinto. 1954. "El limón en Colima. Cd. Juárez, 43 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Citrus medica var. limonum. ALDAPE, Horacio R. Villarreal. Horacio R.



und mehrer

1862. "Nachtraege zu meiner monographic der Pyrolaceen." (Bot. Zeitg. 20: 217-220. ) Discusses Thelaia sartorii and T. angustifolia in Mexico. 1862a. "Ueber die eintheilung der Malvaceen." (Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschr. 12: 144-148.) 18G3. "Ueber die Malveen (Malveae)." (Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschr. 1 3 ( 1 0 / 1 5 ) : 246-261.) Systematics plus some data on distribution.

ALCORN, Stanley Marcus. See also McGREGOR, S. E. et al., 1959, 1962.



ALDINO, Tobias. See (CASTELLI, Pietro).

ALCOCER, Ignacio. See also BARNES, Mrs. James, 1937. 1935. Apuntes sobre la antigua México-Tenochtitlán. Tacubaya, D.F., 110 p. illus., maps. Publ. Inst. Panamer. Geog. Hist., No. 14. Study centers on a map which shows the "casa y jardines de Mocteuzoma fuera de la ciudad y palacio nuevo de Mocteuzoma." The map, attributed to Cortés, was published first in Nueremberg, 1524, in the Latin translation of Cortés' 2d and 3d letters, by Pedro de Savorgnani. Another version, with many changes and errors, was published by Ramusio and reproduced by Icazbalceta. The map was published also in the Bibliografía Americana, in London, 1855, and a facsimile of this, given by Ramirez to Orozco y Berra, was reproduced by the latter in his Caria hidrográfica del Valle de México, 1864.

ALDANA, Manuel Vasconcelos. Manuel.


1932. Geografía del Estado de San Luís Potosí. San Luís Potosí, 1947, 6th ed., 115 p., illus.; 1st ed., 1932-TxU. Part 1 contains a section on the climate and natural regions, with products. A third part, a listing of municipalities, gives derivations of names, often taken from plants.


ALDASORO, G. 1907. "El origen del maíz." (Her. Agrie. Ill, 7 1 ( 1 ) : 5-7.) On Zea.

ALEJANDRO ZARZA, José Casimiro. 1946. "El cultivo de la menta Japonesa." Chapingo, 94 typed p. Thesis ENA. On Mentha arvensis.

ALDEN, Roland Herrick and John Dempster I F F T . 1943. "Early naturalists in the Far West." (Occ. Papers, Calif. Acad. Sci. No. 20, 59 p., illus., map.) Include Coulter, Hinds, Hartweg, and Dufiot de Mofras; refer to Recchi as having "made an extended study of New Spain" and to "Hernández and Recchi and their extensive collections which fortunately Cortéz did not destroy"!

ALEJO de MEAVE, Joaquin. 1791. "Memoria sobre la pintura del pueblo de Olinalán." (Gac. Lit. 2 ( 2 2 ) : 173-178; 2d ed.: 213-220, 1831; 3d ed.: 314322, 1894.) With references to plants used in the process.

ALDERETE, Jesús R., and Vicente RIVERA.




ALEJO TORRE, León. See VARIOUS (1854-1882). ALEKSEEV, V. P. 1960. "A short review of structural and floristic features of modern vegetation of tropical and subtropical regions of the earth." (Subtrop. Kultury 1: 88-94.) With descriptions of various types of formations; the greatest attention is given to the rain forest. Lists are included of useful species. This is part 3 of "The wealth of tropical and subtropical flora and their geographical distribution as a theoretic basis of introduction and selection." (From Biol. Abstr.) ALEMAN, Baltasar Cuevas. See CUEVAS ALEMAN, Baltasar. ALEMAN, Emilio. See ROMERO, Matías et al., 1875. ALEMAN, Jesús. See also ALEMAN PEREZ, Jesús. ALEMAN, Jesús. (Is this Jesús Alemán Pérez?). 1894. "Algunos apuntes sobre una cebolleja de Moroleón." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 1: 362-363.) From Guanajuato; described but not identified. ALEMAN, Jesús. 1898. "Chupire ó tencuanete." (Crón. Méd. Méx. 2: 312-314.) On Euphorbia calyculata, particularly the chupire, or palo amarillo, or palo lechón, of Guanajuato, whose latex is stated to be neither irritating nor rubber producing. Followed, in ( 3 : 88-89, 1899), with "Apuntes sobre el chupire," in which the thesis of Jesús Villagordoa, q.v., is discussed. 1899. "Dos plantas que deben cultivarse." (Prog. Méx. 7 ( 2 8 9 ) : 7-8; also in Arte y Ciencia 2: 9-10, 1900.) Euphorbia calyculata and Tecoma mollis. 1900. "Apuntes sobre la tronadora." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 4: 197-203. Repr. in Bol. Soc. Age. Mex. 24: 13, 1900 and, in a revised ed., in Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 27: 275-279, 1908.) The ms. is at the Soc. Mex. Geog. Est., 20 p. Mainly on the chemistry and pharmacology of Tecoma mollis or Bignonia stans. A previous article mentioned by Alemán ("en mi artículo anterior después de describir la planta") has not been located. ALEMAN, Pedro. 1901. Erythrina brevifiora. Guanajuato, 12 p., illus.—Bibliot. F. Guerra. Pharmaceutical study. ALEMAN PEREZ, Jesús. 1901. "Euphorbia sphaerorhiza Fernald." Guanajuato, 10 p., illus. Thesis Pharm. Commonly called jicamilla. ALESSANDRI, Paolo Emilio. 1915. Droghe e piante medicínale. Milano, 2d ed., 778 p., 207 illus. —DSG. Gives origin and properties of plants, listed in taxonomic order. Only a few Mexican plants are included. ALEXANDER, Alexandre Emil. 1936. "The optical properties of some natural gums and resins." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 63: 343-344.) With a table giving a list of gums and resins, by trade or local name, with botanical names and place of origin; only elemi, Elaphrium elemiferum, is cited from Mexico. ALEXANDER, Edward Johnston. See abo DOUGLAS, Margaret, 1946; MOORE, Harold E., Jr., 1958; VARIOUS, 1902-in progress. 1940. "A new species of Graptopetalum." (Cact. Succ. Jour. ( 1 2 ( 1 0 ) : 161-163, illus.) On G. macdougallii from Oaxaca. 1941. "Some new Echeverias from southern Mexico." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 3 ( 8 ) : 133-139, illus.) E. bella and E. corallina from Chiapas; E. alata, E. spectabilis, and E. carmínea from Oaxaca. 1941a. "Desert cacti of the Americas." (Jour. N. Y. Bot. Gard. 42:26-34, illus.) Excellent review of the family, with genera taken up systematically, using brief diagnostic characters to distinguish each, and references to important species.

ALFARO 1941b. "Succulent plants of the American deserts." (Jour. N. Y. Bot. Gard. 42: 157-169, illus.; photographs are by Fleda Griffith.) With descriptions of plants from the Amaryllidaceae, Liliaceae, Bromeliaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fouquieriaceae, and Crassulaceae. 1941-1942. Succulent plants of New and Old World deserts. New York, 64 p., illus. Repr. with additions from the following numbers of the (Jour. N. Y. Bot. Gard. 42:26-34, 1941, "Desert cacti of the Americas"; 42: 157-169, 1941, "Succulent plants of the American deserts"; 42: 257-268, 1941, "Stone mimicry and windowed plants"; 43: 96-107, 124-133, 1942, "Succulent plant of the Old World"). 1942. "A new and unique Pseudorhipsalis." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 4 ( 2 ) : 19-20, illus.) P. macrantha from Oaxaca. 1942a. "A new Mexican Sedum." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 4 ( 5 ) : 76-78, illus.) On S. platyphyllum from Oaxaca. 1944. "A new genus in Cactaceae." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 6 ( 1 2 ) : 175178, illus.) Description of Lobeira macdougallii n.sp. from a cultivated plant, brought perhaps from Cerro Hueitepec, in Chiapas. 1945. "Message from Mexico." (Jour. New York Bot. Gard. 46: 128, 295.) Report on collecting in Oaxaca, with plants described but only a few identified. Second part is a report of the places visited in Oaxaca, Chiapas, and Guerrero. 1946. "A new Sedum from Chiapas." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 8 ( 4 ) : 52-53, illus.) On Sedum cuspidatum. 1947. "The albino of Epiphyllum ackermannii." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 9 ( 4 ) : 58-59, illus.) Forma candida Alexander forma nova. 1947a. "New species of a Mexican Sedum." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 9 ( 4 ) : 51-53, illus.) On S. chontalense from Oaxaca. 1950. "A new Nyctocereus from southern Mexico." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 2 ( 5 ) : 131-133, illus.) N. chontalensis from Oaxaca. 1950a. "A new cactus genus from Mexico." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 2 ( 6 ) : 163-166, illus.) Cryptocereus anthonyanus from Chiapas. 1956. "Epiphyllum chrysocardium—a new species." (Cact. Succ. Joui. 2 8 ( 1 ) : 3-6, illus.) From Chiapas. 1956a. Another new Graptopetalum. (Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 8 ( 6 ) : 174176, illus.) G. grande from Oaxaca. 1961. "Ortegocactus a unique new genus." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 3 ( 2 ) : 39-40, illus.) A description of O. macdougallii from Oaxaca. ALEXANDER, J. A. (John Abercromby). 1910. "Spice-, condiment-, and perfume-producing plants." (Jour. R. Hort. Soc. 35: 366-383, illus.) Listed with scientific names, by families, with common names and country of origin; followed by a brief discussion of each plant. ALEXANDER, P., and K. BING. 1906. "Ueber den latex von palo amarillo." (Gummizeitung 21: 4.) Chemical analysis of the latex. ALEXANDRE, Rodolfo Muñoz. See MUÑOZ ALEXANDRE, Rodolfo. ALEXNAT, Walter. 1922. "Sero-diagnostische untersuchungen ueber die verwandtschaftsverhaeltnisse innerhalb der Sympetalen." (Bot. Arch. 1 ( 3 ) : 129-154, bibl.) ALFARO, A. 1906. "El henequén de Yucatán." (Bol. Soc. Nac. Agrie. Costa Rica 1: 106-111, 169-176.) Based on the study by Rafael Barba; q.v.


ALFARO ALFARO, Joaquín. See ALFARO, 1870.


ALFARO, Luís Alonso Hernández. Luís Alonso.





ALFARO, Manuel de Jesús Chacón. See CHACON ALFARO, Manuel de Jesús. ALFARO, Melchor. See ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José Maria, (1579); MESTRE GHIGLIAZZA, Manuel, 1907. ALFARO, Ramón. 1866. "Del cihoapatli ó zoapatle." (Cae. Méd. Méx. 2: 47-48.) "Estudio terapeútico." ALFARO, Vincente Garrido. See GARRIDO ALF ARO, Vincente. ALJAWDINA, A. 1931. "Bedeutung der anatomie der frucht und des samens fuer die systematik der familie Cruciferae." ( Jour. Soc. Bot. Russ. 16: 85-100. ) In Russian, with a résumé in German. ALLAIRE. Maurice. (1947.) Le Mexique. Montreal, 197 p., illus., maps.—NN. One chapter on "climat, nourriture, et altitude," has a brief section on plant sources of food. ALLARD, Harry Ardell. 1945. "A new form of the moonvine Calonyction aculeatum." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 35: 33-36, illus.) "With divided corolla limb, length-of-day behavior, and flowering of the common form"; calls it forma apopetalum forma nova. 1945a. "Some behaviors of the yams (Dioscorea) of the family Dioscoreaceae." (Castanea 1 0 ( 1 ) : 8-13.) On growth behavior and twining, relative to light. 1947. "The direction of twist of the corolla in the bud, and twining of the stems in Convolvulaceae and Dioscoreaceae." ( Castanea 1 2 ( 3 ) : 88-94.) List of Ipomoea sp. includes I. microsepala Benth. as a native of Mexico. ALLEIZETTE, Charles d\ See GAUDICHAUD-BEAUPRE, Charles, 1851. ALLEN, Caroline Kathryn. See also WOODSON, Robert E. et al., 1937—in progress. 1933. "A monograph of the American species of the genus Halenia." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 20: 119-222, illus., incl. maps.) Includes the history, morphology, geographic distribution, keys to sections, species and varieties, descriptions, and a list of specimens examined. 1945. "Studies in the Lauraceae VI." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 26: 280364, 365-434.) "Preliminary survey of the Mexican and Central American species," with keys to genera and species, descriptions, including many new species, distribution, and common names. ALLEN, D. K. 1887(?). San Vicente Basin. New York, 52 p.; map is missing— CU-B. Field notes for Map B, Lower California, from Santo Tomás Valley, south to San Ramón Bay. With scattered references to plants; on p. 44-46 there is a special section on trees. ALLEN, Dorothy O. See ALLEN, Paul Hamilton, 1956. ALLEN, Norton. See BEAL, Mary, 1939, 1941; SCHILLING, Frank A. 1939. ALLEN, Paul A. See ALLEN, Paul Hamilton. ALLEN, Paul Hamilton. See also ANDREWS, Henry N., and ALLEN, 1947; P. A., 1954; WOODSON, Robert E. et al, 1937—in progress. 1947. "Chocolate." (Missouri Bot. Gard. Bull. 3 5 ( 6 ) : 134-137, illus.) (Author cited incorrectly Paul "A".) A popular account of the history of the use of the beverage. 1952. "The swan orchids: a revision of the genus


(Orch. Jour. 1 ( 4 ) : 173-184; ( 5 / 6 ) : 225-230; ( 7 / 8 ) : 273-276, illus.) Includes history, relationships, geographic distribution, pollination mechanisms, and taxonomy. 1955. "A revision of the genus Chysis." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 24: 664-666, illus.) With a key to species and varieties, brief descriptions, and distribution; all but one form occur in Mexico. 1956. The rain forests of Golfo Dulce. Gainesville, 417 p., 34 pl., map, bibl.; 22 drawings by Dorothy O. Allen. Covers physiography, a description of various formationsclimatic, edaphic and transitional, conspicuous or distinctive species, common names, scientific names, lists of useful plants, and an alphabetical index to plants, with keys and descriptions. ALLEN, Thomas Cort, R. J. DICKE, and H. H. HARRIS. 1944. "Sabadilla, Schoenocaulon spp. with references to its toxicity to houseflies." (Jour. Econ. Ent. 37: 400-408, illus., bibl.) Description of the plant, its common names, and uses. ALLIOTTA, Angelo. 1903. "Rivista critica del genere Gossypium." (Ann. R. Scuola Sup. d'Agr. in Portici (Naples) II, 5 ( 8 ) : 1-118 p.) Reduced to 5 species for which descriptions, habitat, and synonymy are given; hybrids are also considered. ALLNUTT, Henry, comp. 1877. The cactus and other tropical succulents. London, 133 p., 57 illus.—DA. Collections of brief treatises by various people. ALLOUARD, Pierre. 1950. "Les forêts et les industries forestières au Mexique." (Bois Forêts Trop. 15: 223-234, map, illus.) With a list of important species and the general areas where they are found. 1952. "La Mexique, impressions forestières." (Cah. Ing. Agron. 7: 37-38, illus. ) Very general article. ALLRED, B(erten) Wendell. 1946-1950. "Southwestern range plants." (Sheep Goat Raiser Mag. 2 6 ( 4 ) : 6-7, illus., 1946.) Cont. as noted below. On fourwing saltbrush, Atriplex canescens; description, distribution, and economic values. ( 2 6 ( 5 ) : 10-11, 22, 1946.) On blue grama, Bouteloua gracilis; with the same information as in the above. ( 2 6 ( 6 ) : 18, 20-21, illus., 1946.) On sacahuiste, Nolina texana and creosote bush, Covillea tridentata; treatment continues similarly to the above. ( 2 6 ( 8 ) : 8-9, illus., 1946.) On Quercus virginiana, whose range extends to Monterrey, Mexico. ( 2 6 ( 9 ) : 14-16, illus., 1946.) On rescue grass, Bromus catharticus, originally from South America. ( 2 6 ( 1 0 ) : 18, illus., 1946.) On sideoats gama, Bouteloua curtipendula. ( 2 6 ( 1 1 ) : 30-31, illus., 1946.) On sandsage, Artemisia fUifolia. ( 2 6 ( 1 2 ) : 18-21, illus., 1946.) On Texan speargrass, Stipa leucotricha. ( 2 7 ( 1 ) : 20-22, illus., 1946.) On Yucca elata and Y. baccata, soapweed. ( 2 7 ( 2 ) : 16-17, 28, illus., 1946.) On various species of Opuntia, prickly pear; illustrations are not limited to Opuntia. ( 2 7 ( 4 ) : 10-11, illus., 1947.) On bluestem grasses, Andropogon furcatus and A. hallii. ( 2 7 ( 5 ) : 14-15, illus., 1947.) On miscellaneous flowering herbs. ( 2 7 ( 6 ) : 30-31, illus., 1947.) On Panicum virgatum. ( 2 7 ( 7 ) : 14-15, illus., 1947.) On lovegrasses, various species of Eragrostis. ( 2 7 ( 1 0 ) : 24-25, illus., 1947.) On alkali sacatôn, Sporobolus airoides. ( 2 8 ( 6 ) : 14-15; ( 7 ) : 20-24, illus., 1948.) On mesquUe;


ALLUARD ALLRED—continued the editor says of this work, "We believe this to be the most comprehensive treatise on mesquite ever written." It includes the history of the plant and suggested methods for its eradication. ( 2 9 ( 1 ) : 22-23, illus., 1948.) On tobosa, Hilaria mutica, galleta, H. jamesi, and curly mesquite, H. berlangeri. ( 2 9 ( 8 ) : 12-13, 28, illus., maps, 1949.) On Agave. ( 2 9 ( 9 ) : 10-11, illus., map, 1949.) On guajillo, Acacia berlandieri. ( 2 9 ( 1 0 ) : 24-25, illus., 1949.) On ocotillo, or Fouquieria splendens; with a discussion of its ecology. ( 2 9 ( 1 2 ) : 32, illus., 1949.) On Yucca carnerosana. ( 3 0 ( 1 ) : 20, illus., 1949.) On candelilla, Euphorbia antisyphilitica. ( 3 0 ( 2 ) : 12-13, illus., 1949.) On the catclaw acacia; with a discussion of its ecology. ( 3 0 ( 3 ) : 15, illus., 1949.) On the desert willow, or Chilopsis linearis; with a discussion of its ecology. ( 3 0 ( 4 ) : 35, illus., 1950.) On guayacan, Porlieria angustifolia. ( 3 0 ( 5 ) : 14-15, illus., 1950.) On henequén, Agave sisalana. ( 3 0 ( 8 ) : 8-9, illus., 1950.) On the mescal bean, Sophora secundifiora. ( 3 0 ( 9 ) : 10-11, illus., 1950.) On the gray oak, Quercus grisea; including a study of its ecology. ( 3 0 ( 1 0 ) : 28-29, illus., 1950.) On blackbrush acacia, Acacia amentacea. ( 3 0 ( 1 2 ) : 22-23, illus., 1950.) On huisache, Acacia farnesiana. (31( 1 ) : 24-25, illus., 1950.) On Juniperus pachyphlaea. ( 3 1 ( 3 ) : 64-65, illus., 1950.) On broom snakeweed, Gutierrezia sarothrae. ALLUARD, G. 1894. "A propos du Polygonum 5 8 ( 1 ) : 466-467.)

ALMAZAN, P. 1882. "La teosinte." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5: 8.) On Reana luxurians Brugnio. 1882a. "Noticias sobre las camelias." (Boc. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5: 115117.) On Camellia. 1882b. "Plantas textiles." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5: 130-132, 431-432.) A series of articles in 6: 72, 88, 106, 123, 140, 1883, seems to be a continuation of this work, but is anonymous. On plants in the Bromeliaceae, followed by Phormium tenax. Second part is on a variety of plants, world-wide in distribution, giving description, culture, common and scientific names. 1882c. "El árbol de la caoba." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5: 173-174.) On Cedrela mahogani Miller; repeated, in part, on p. 353. 1882d. "Cultivo de los rododendros y azaleas." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5:205-206.) On Rhododendron. 1882e. "Los ciruelos y las ciruelas pasas." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5: 254-256.) On Prunus domestica. 1882f. "El alerce y el eucalipto." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 5: 351-353.) On forestation; using the larch and eucalyptus. ALMEIDA, P. E. C. Pedro. 1838. Un Mexicano—el pecado de Adán. Mérida, 261 p. A poem covering "doce jornadas en doce cantos con notas alusivas a los sucesos de la independencia Mejicana en general, y relativamente a esta península de Yucatán." On p. 224-225, the author calls Yucatán "Jardín de Alá" and lists important plants. According to a note in the Bol. Bibl. Yuc. No. 4-5, 1939, most of this edition was destroyed by lire. ALMEIDA ACOSTA, Almeida. ALMONTE, - .


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ALMADA, Francisco R. 1945. Geografía del Estado de Chihuahua. Chihuahua, 628 p., maps. —Bibliot. M. Martinez. A section on the flora lists a considerable number of plants, by families, in taxonomic order and alphabetically by common name, with scientific names within the family. ALMADA BREACH, Jaime. 1944. "El cultivo de la papa." Cd. Juárez, 68 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Solanum tuberosum. ALMADA O., Horacio. 1944. "El cultivo del arroz en el Yaqui." Cd. Juárez, 30 p. Thesis EPA. On Oryza. ALMAGUER TORRES, Gerardo. 1946. "La lechuguilla." Cd. Juárez, 1946, 31 p., illus., Thesis EPA. On Agave.

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See THEARD, T., 1862.

ALOCITRO, F. 1903-1904. "El apio." (Rev. Agr. 19: 164-165.) On Apium graveolens. ALONSO, Aurelio Nuñez. See NUNEZ ALONSO, Aurelio. ALONSO, Juan. 1933. "Plantas curtientes de México." (Agr. Méx. 4 9 ( 3 ) : 35.) A list of plants, with common and scientific names, and family. Supposedly taken from an article in the "Bol. Sría. Fom., 1907" (which I cannot locate). ALONSO, Julián. See ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José María, 1579. ALONSO, Roberto Shirasago. See SHIRASAGO ALONSO, Roberto. ALONSO de MARCOS, Isidoro. 1947. "Estudio médico-higiénico-sanitario y zootécnico de los municipios de Culiacán, Badiraguato, Mocorito, y Angostura del Estado de Sinaloa." México, 85 mim. lvs. Thesis ENMVZ. With a list of plants, cited with common names, scientific names, and family, and a list of pasture grasses and shrubs which serve as protection against the encroachment of the dunes.

ALMARAZ, Germán. 1947. Geografía del Estado de Nuevo León. Monterrey, 10th ed., 73 p., map, illus.—Bibliot. Esc. Norm., Cd. Victoria. With a brief list of plants, cited by common names only.

ALONSO OLIVE, Raúl E. 1945. "Ovarioides intra-frutales en fruta bomba." Bot. 2: 12-15, illus.)

ALMARAZ, Ramón. See also ROBLES PEZUELA, Luis, 1866 (for 1865).

ALPASS, Thomas. See CHEVALIER, Michel, 1863.

ALMARAZ, Ramón, Guillermo HAY, and Antonio GARCIA CUBAS. 1866. "Memoria acerca de los terrenos de Metlaltoyuca." In ( M e m . Min. Fom. Robles Pezuela, for 1865:213-239, illus.) Repr. as a separate, México, 1866, 33 p., illus., and in (Mexicano 2: 46, 54, 62, 70, 1866). This was presented to the Ministerio de Fomento by the Comisión Explotadora.—SH Méx. With a general description of the vegetation, and lists of plants, cited by common names, for the area between Tulancingo and Tuxpan. One of the illustrations was labeled by someone, in the copy seen, as Alstroemeria hirtella.


On Carica

( Rev. Soc.



ALPUCHE, Geraldo Díaz de. See DIAZ de ALPUCHE, Geraldo. ALRIC, Henry Jean Antoine. 1867. Esquisses d'un voyage autour du monde et un episode de guerre civile dans le district du nord de la Basse Californie. Paris, 71 p . - C S m H . With references to plants of Baja California; also a list of some plants in the area between Puebla and Cumbres de Acultzingo. ALSTON, (Ralph E u g e n e ) . See BIRDSONG (Bailey Arnold) et al, 1960.



ALSTROEM, Patrick. 1753. "Bericht wie potatoes order erdbirnen zu pflanzen und zu nutzen sind." (Abb,. K. Schwed. Akad. Wiss. 9: 206-212; transí, from the 1746 original. This has not been seen.) On Solanum tuberosum.

ALTAMIRANO, Fernando, José BARRAGAN, and J. M. LASO de la VEGA. 1884. "Clasificación botánica y aplicaciones útiles particularmente medicinales de las plantas indicadas en la lista adjunta." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 19:230-236.) Various plants in 27 families with scientific names, place of origin, and uses.

ALSTROEMER, Joh. 1782. "Pflanzung der potatoes auf erfahrung gegruendet." ( A b h . K. Schw. Akad. Wiss. 39: 228-247. Trans, from the 1777 original, which has not been seen.) A résumé of the introduction of Solanum tuberosum to various parts of Europe, and descriptions of 6 varieties.

ALTAMIRANO, Fernando. 1885. "Apuntes para el estudio de la cocaina." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 20: 107-118, 145-151.) On Erythroxylon. 1886. "Nota sobre los efectos del guau (Rhus radicans)." (Observ. Med. II, 1 ( 1 7 ) : 149-51.) León gives the date incorrectly as 1868. Mainly on the effects of the volatile oil on various parts of the body. 1887. "Texcalama." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 22: 117-122; also in Farmacia 2: 32-38, 49-51, 1892.) On the medicinal importance of Ficus benjamina and F. nymphaefolia (written nimpheifolia). 1889. "El axocopaque ó axocopaconi de Hernández." (Estudio 1 ( 1 / 2 ) : 13-16, 29-32, 1 pl.) On Gaultheria ovata, with the emphasis on its medicinal values; the second part describes it as a new species, with additional facts on other Mexican Ericaceae. A French version by Henri Bocquillon-Limousin was published in Paris 1893, on p. 5-7 of a work entitled Travaux publiés par El Estudio, edition Française (travaux de matière médicale et de botanique pure) sections 1 and 2, deuxième fascicule. 1889a. "El chahuax." ( Estudio 1 ( 3 ) : 44-46. ) Botanical study of Andromeda ferruginea Walt. 1889b. "Repertorio alfabético de las plantas indígenas medicinales y de sus aplicaciones vulgares." México, 2 vols., ms.—IB Méx. 1890. "Datos para las aplicaciones médicas del índigo." (Estudio 3: 48-52.) Extracted from Leguminosas indígenas médicinales, q.v. With a little on the history and common names. 1890a. "Estudio de la planta llamada matarique." (Estudio 3 ( 6 ) : 81-86.) Report on work done by Urbina (botany) and Donaciano Morales (chemistry), with description, taxonomy, and uses. 1890-1891. "'Ligeros apuntes de la flora del camino entre México, Tulancingo, y Huauchinango." ( Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 4: 129-130; also in Rev. Agr. 6: 348, 1890-1891.) Lists the outstanding plants, with brief comments. 1891. "Reseña de una expedición científica al estado de Michoacán." (Estudio 4: 62-65, map.) The introd. is signed J. G. For a brief reference to this expedition, see p. 109, under "Trabajos científicos," subsection of "Informe de los trabajos."

ALTA, Agustín López de la Cámara. See LOPEZ de la CAMARA ALTA, Agustín. ALTAMIRANO, Federico. 1871. "Estudio sobre el zihoapactli ó sinhuapaste." (Observ. Méd. 1 ( 2 3 ) : 355-357. Also in Naturaleza 2:212-214, 1873 and in Nueva Recop. Monog. (An Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. (App.) 1: 108-111, 1895.) Publ. as a separate, México, 1871, 8 p. Study of Montanoa tomentosa, with the emphasis on the chemistry; León calls it a "trabajo muy sucinto." ALTAMIRANO, Fernando. See also BARBA, R., 1908-1913; BARON, Bertha, 1944; BELTRAN y PUGA, Guillermo, 1891; BONAVIT, Julian, 1907; ENDLICH, Rud., 1906; FLORES, Leopoldo, 1901; HERNANDEZ, Francisco, (1570-1575); SESSE, Martin, n.d. 1783-1786 (1791); TORNEL OL VERA, Agustín, 1911; VARIOUS, 1895 (1897); VARIOUS, 1895-1908; ANONYMOUS, (17. .?) e; ANONYMOUS,1819a; ANONYMOUS, 1905 n; ANONYMOUS, 1929-1930 a. 1874. "El árbol de mamey." (Naturaleza 3: 138-144; also in Bol. Inst. Toluca: 1-4, Jan. 1884.) History, description, and chemical analysis of Lucuma (Calocarpum). 1876. "Discurso." (Naturaleza 3: 375-381). "En la sesión dedicada a la memoria del Sr. D. Lauro Jiménez." 1876a. "Catálogo de la colección de productos naturales indígenas." (Naturaleza 3: 382-425.) Compare with the Special catalogue, cited under Anon., 1876. Including a collection of economically important plants sent by the Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural to the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. Among these are a catalogue of indigenous medicinal plants, supplied by Alfonso Herrera, collections of woods from San Luís Potosí and Tamaulipas, by Bias Escontria, and a collection of woods by Rafael Montes de Oca, from Actopan, Veracruz. Additional data on various materials were supplied by different members of the Society. 1877. "El tabaquillo." (Naturaleza 4(App.): 17.) A note on the work of Enrique Muñoz on Nicotiana glauca, q.v.

The excursion took place in December 1890, but the date is given incorrectly as 1891. A list of the most abundant plants in bloom around Patzcuaro is provided by J. B.; Altamirano contributes an explanation of the map which indicates altitudes and geographic distribution of the plants that grow between Mexico City and Apatzingán. 1891. 1907. "Informe de los trabajos ejecutados en el Instituto Médico Nacional." (Bol. Sría. Fom. Méx. 7 ( 1 ) : 27-32; ( 3 ) : 61-64). See also (Estudio 4 ( 4 ) : 108-109, 1891), under the title, "Trabajos científicos—Informe de los trabajos." On the work of the botanical section in general. 1892. "La Hechtia argentea? Baker." (Bol. Agrie. Min. Ind. Méx. 2 ( 6 ) : 186-188, ülus.) On guapilla as a wax source.

1878. Leguminosas indígenas medicinales. México, 55 p., 2 col. pi., port. Repr. in (Naturaleza 4: 89-140, 1878) without the introd. and plates of the original, but followed by comment and discussion by A. Herrera. Compare with anonymous article entitled "Estudio sobre plantas indígenas (Leguminosas indígenas medicinales)," in (Bol. Inst. Lit. Edo. Méx., 9 p., July 1883). The plants are listed alphabetically by common names, with scientific names, habitat, uses, and descriptions for some. The anonymous article was unfinished, ending with colorín. 1880. "Apuntes sobre el huicicialtemetl." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 15: 49-52.) Identified as Pittosporum, but according to Martinez, in his Catálogo de nombres vulgares, etc., it is Bumelia altamiranoi. However, in a personal communication, he suggested it is probably Randia laetevirens.

1893. "Algunos datos farmacológicos acerca de catorce plantas Mexicanas." (Bol. Agr. Min. Ind. 3 ( 3 ) : 215-236). Also in ("Prog. Méx." beginning 1 ( 3 8 ) : 3, and continuing to 1 ( 4 8 ) : 3, 1894). Presented to the Congreso Panamericano. Common and scientific names are given for the plants along with distribution and uses. The chemical analysis was done by Eduardo Armendáriz, M. Lozano y Castro, Francisco Rio de la Loza, and M. Godoy Alvarez. The last two pages are a "proyecto para formar una farmacopéa Panamericana."

1880a. "Apuntes para el estudio de los medicamentos irritantes indígenas." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 15: 505-510.) 1882. "Algunas observaciones sobre dos plantas medicinales indígenas— cascalote y lentejilla." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 17:49-57.) Caesalpinia cortaría and Lepidium ruderale.




ALTAMIRAN O—continued 1893a. "Apuntes para el estudio de la Lobelia laxifiora H.B.K. var. angustifolia DC." (Estudio 4 ( 1 ) : 12-15, 1 pi.) Mainly on medicinal values. Aztec names are listed and there is a botanical study by José Ramírez on p. 8-11. See separate citation for the latter. 1893b. "Datos para el estudio de la producción del chicle." (Estudio 4 ( 8 ) : 251-254, 2 pl.) Using Asclepias lanuginosa. 1894. "Discurso del Director del Instituto." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac., Méx. 1: 161-172.) Includes a history of botanical studies in Mexico. ALTAMIRANO, Fernando, y José RAMIREZ. 1894a. Lista de nombres vulgares y botánicos de árboles y arbustos. México, 17 p.; also in (Prog. Méx. 11: 235, 336, 524, 747, 1904; 12: 197, 1905). List of plants, arranged alphabetically by families, to be used "para repoblar los bosques de la república, acompañados de la indicación de los climas en que vegetan y de la manera de propagarlos." ALTAMIRANO, Fernando. 1895. "Necesidad de la repoblación de los bosques." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 19: 512, 541, 553, 576; also in Naturaleza, II, 2(App.): 11-22, 1897.) 1895a. "Apuntes de una excursión a San Luís Potosí." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 32:313-323.) With references to plants seen. 1895b. Datos para la materia médica Mexicana. México, part I, illus. (See main entry under Various, 1895-1908.) Altamirano did the following: el pañete, Plumbago pulchella, p. 79-84; el matarique, Cacalia decomposita, p. 193-200; la atanasia amarga, Brickellia cavanillesii, p. 269-280; el simonillo, Conyza filaginoides, p. 295-312, y el añil, Indigofera anil, p. 313-340. 1895c. Informe que rinde a la Secretaria de Fomento el Director del Instituto Médico Nacional. México, 64 p.—PPAN. "Sobre algunas excursiones a las montañas del Ajusco y Serranía de las Cruces"; the botany was done by José Ramírez. Descriptions of common plants are included with altitude, habitat, and common names. Two new species are described: Halenia candida and Passiflora eslavensis. 1896. "Catálogo explicado de las plantas Mexicanas citadas en la obra del Dr. Hernández." (An Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 2: 150153.) Tells of preparing a list of Aztec names with scientific equivalents, literature references, localities, and text and illustration pages in the Rome edition. Another list gives the plants in systematic order. Translation of data from the Latin was by Mariano Garduño. The first list was evidently published anonymously, México, 1901, (fide Guerra) 256 p., as Indice de los nombres Mexicanos de las plantas descritas en la obra del Dr. Hernández—MU. An unsigned ms. at IB Méx. consisting of 3 vols., probably by Altamirano, lists the plants in the Hernández work, alphabetically by common names. Scientific names are added, along with notes, as referred to in the Catálogo cited above. 1896a. "Resumen de los trabajos ejecutados en el Instituto Médico Nacional 1892-1896." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac., Méx. 2 : 232-260.) Contains a list of plants studied, with common and scientific names, on p. 235 and 245, by José Ramírez, under the title, "Resumen de las plantas estudiadas en el cuatrenio 1892-1896" (p. 234-243). 1896b. "El zapote blanco." (Rev. Quine. Anat. Patol. Clin. Med. Quirurg. 1: 206-208.) On Casimiroa edulis, known as cochitzapotl, for its sleepinducing qualities. 1896c. Memorial terapéutico. México, 54 p.—Bibliot. Porrua. A discussion of about 30 plants with their descriptions and common and scientific names. A similar work, with the title, "Memorial terapeútica de algunas Mexicanas," was published in the (Gac. Méd. Méx. 33: 310-326, 333-358, 365-376, 1896). The last 2 parts are cited as a complementary section.

1897. "Historia natural aplicada de los antiguos Mexicanos." (XI Cong. Int. Amer., Actas, México, 1897: 363-379). Also in (An Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 2:261-272, (1896). Delivered October 15, 1895. General discussion, followed by list of plants arranged alphabetically, by common names as cited by Hernández, with uses and scientific identification. 1897a. "Notas de una excursion científica a Chimalpam." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 3: 39-41, illus.) Emphasis is on the disappearance of various species of plants, particularly firs, from the region which is west of Mexico City, in the Serranía de las Cruces. A profile of the route taken shows the distribution of plants according to altitude, this is signed G. B. y P. (for Guillermo Beltrán y Puga). 1898. "Adquisición de documentos antiguos importantes para los estudios de nuestra flora." (Anu. Acad. Méx. Cieñe. Ex. Fis. Nat. 4: 17-39.) Story of the acquisition of the Mociño drawings for Mexico. 1899. "Peyotes." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 4:203-210, illus.) Compares the peyote (Anhalonium lewini and A. williamsii) of Monterrey with the peyotes of Senecio. One Senecio species, unidentified, is from the "Valle de México," and one is S. hartwegii of Tepic. An illustration of S. cardiophyllus is also included, but seemingly without any reference to it in the text. 1899a. "Plantas susceptibles de comercio interior y exportación." (Farmacia 8 ( 7 ) : 155-160.) Listed by common and scientific names; special attention is given to Casimiroa edulis, Artemisia mexicana, and Bidens leucantha. 1900. "Tequampatli." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 4 : 2 2 3 - 2 2 6 ) ; also (Farmacia II, 5( 1 6 ) : 250-253, 1928-1929). Study of Gonolobus with the emphasis on its therapeutic values. 1900a. "Drogas Mexicanas." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 37: 55-64.) On palillo (Croton morifolius Willd. var. sphaerocarpus); also on peyote. 1901. "En la inhumación del cadaver del Dr. Secundino Sosa." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 203-204.) Speech delivered on the occasion of Dr. Sosa's funeral. 1901a. "Plantas que producen locura." (Gac. Méd. Méx., II, 1: 6466.) Mostly on Datura, marihuana, and ololiuhqui. 1901b. "Estudios sobre una planta textil llamada xtuc." México, 1901, 2 typed lvs.-IBMéx. On the Agave of Yucatán. 1903. "Descripción de la corteza fresca de un palo mulato." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 40.) Identified as Rhus? 1903a. "El cuapinole." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5:75-76.) Description of Hymenaea courbaril. 1903b. "Algunos apuntes para la historia del Instituto Médico Nacional." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 282-289.) Very general; on the history and objectives of the Institute. 1903c. "Informe del Director sobre la excursión científica que hizo en Septiembre y Octubre del presente año." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 397-401.) Lists and describes the plants collected in Michoacán and in the state of México. 1903d. "Estudios de anatomía vegetal, Urticáceas y Rubiaceas." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6: 153-160.) The first part is on Urticaceas; the second part 157-160, on Rubiaceas, discusses the corteza de Jojutla, or copalchi, and quina de Michoacán, identified as Coutarea latiflora DC. 1903e. "Yucceae que se han encontrado en México según Mr. W. Trelease." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6 ( 1 ) : 162.) A catalogue of 19 species and varieties, with localities for each. 1903,1904. "Informes de los trabajos." ( An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 5: 54-60, 1903; 6: 112, 1904.) The first part reports on work with Rhizophora





Avicennia nítida, and Eriodendron occidentale. The second part classifies one specimen of cañagria as caña de javalí, or Costus spicatus, in the Zingiberaceae; one is not identified. Also, hierba de San Nicolas is identified as either Chrysactinia mexicana or Psychotria sp. The Eriodendron, cited as occidentals, is known commonly as momot (better mosmotY).

1905f. "Excursión a la Sierra de Querétaro." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 312-315.) With notes on interesting plants. 1905g. El palo amarillo. México, 3 p., 4 pl. Also in (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 323-344, 7 pl.). Also in (Bol. Cám. Agr. Nac. León 3 ( 7 ) : 181-187, 1914). Description of a new species, Euphorbia elastica, by Altamirano and Rose; the first reference is in Spanish and English. 1905h. "Las flores silvestres regionales y su explotación agrícola." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 463-469. Repr. in Bol. Soc. Agr. M ex. 29: 763-766, 1905, and in Bol. Cám. Agr. Jal. 7 ( 9 ) : 258263; ( 1 0 ) : 265-267, 1905-1906. A trans, résumé was publ. in (Le Mexique 9 ( 1 6 ) : 1-2, Aug. 20, 1906), as "Explotación des flores silvestres regionales") The material was presented originally to the Agricultural Congress in 1905.

1904. "Excursión científica al Estado de Guerrero." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6: 18-21.) Just the itinerary of the excursion that took place in December, 1903. A note states that a catalogue of the plants will be published later. 1904a. "Informe del Director." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6 ( 2 ) : 61-75.) Contains the following reports: 1. Estudio del capulín cimarrón de Tamaulipas. p. 61-62. On Karwinskia sp. 2. Excursión científica a Acámbaro y Uruapan. p. 63-64. With references to palo amarillo, Euphorbia, as a rubber source. This was reprinted in Bol. Sría. Fom. Méx., Núm. Propag., 1904: 10-11. 3. Estudio del acebuche. p. 64-65. On an unnamed new species (of Rose and Ramirez) of Forestiera, in the Oleaceae. 4. Datos para el estudio del árbol de lináloe y su esencia, p. 69-75. On Bursera aloexylon. This is a sample of the "Informes" which appeared regularly. All should be seen. Some of the "Informes" were published separately; see Altamirano, 1905. Some were reprinted in other government reports; see Altamirano, 1909. Some are in other journals; see Altamirano, 1891, 1907. 1904b. "Excursión científica a Michoacán." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6 ( 2 ) : 341-355; also in Bol. Soc. Mich. Geogr. Est. 3 : 223, 226, 242, 1907.) Daily itinerary and description of a trip taken "en compañía de los Sres. Cyrus Pringle, George R. Show (for Shaw ?) and Filomeno (for Filemón) L. Lozano," in October, 1904. A brief list of the pines and oaks of the region is included, with citations of common and scientific names.

1905i. I905j. 1905k.



1904c. Informe que rinde al Señor Secretario de Fomento el Director del Inst. Méd. Nac. México, Part I (Jan. to Mar.), 68 p.; Part II (Apr. to Sept.), 156 p.-ENA-Ch. Part I: Results of studies in various plants and a catalogue of plants collected in Guerrero; all by F . Altamirano. Part I I : "Agrupación metódica de las plantas estudiadas," by G. Alcocer, p. 27-35; " E l cuapinole," by Miguel Cordero, p. 3953; " L a pinguica," by E . Armendáriz, p. 54-65; also "Notas clínicas acerca de varias plantas indígenas," by Juan Martínez del Campo, p. —?


On the importance of a detailed study of floras of different regions, especially with application to farming; and on the work of the Instituto Médico Nacional along these lines. "Memoria acerca de una excursion botánica al Estado de Querétaro." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7 : 4 8 9 - 4 2 8 . ) "El Carthamus tinctorius L . " (Farmacia 1 4 ( 8 ) : 173-178.) On a plant commonly called azafrancillo. Informe al Secretario de Fomento. México, 55 p. Appendix I has a necrology of people who had worked at the Instituto Médico Nacional. "Cuestionario acerca del 'guayule'." (An Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 8: 225-227.) Discussion of various species of Parthenium, in connection with a questionnaire sent out by the Secretaría de Fomento. Datos para la historia y explotación del guayule. México, July, 26 p., 15 illus. Publ. in ( Bol. Sría. Fom. Méx., Número de propaganda).—DA. In answer to a questionnaire sent to the Instituto Médico Nacional. Included is an article by Rudolf Endlich, translated by Juan Ludewig as " E l guayule." This is cited as having appeared in El Cultivador Tropical, published under the direction of O. Warburg, which refers probably to Endlich's article in Tropenpflanzer, q.v. "Memoria sobre algunas exploraciones botánicas." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 10: 19-40.) Describes a journey to Monterrey, Saltillo, and Pachuca; with a profile of the area covered and lists of plants in various zones, in diagram form; also a general description of the vegetation in each.


"Datos acerca de las plantas fibrosas de México." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 11: 9-54.) Listed by states and localities, with common and scientific names. 1909a. "Informe de los trabajos ejecutados en el Instituto Médico Nacional." (Mem. Sría. Fom. Olegario Molina, p. 345-357, illus.) With illustrations of Euphorbia elastica and Parthenium argentatum. 1909b. Abrégé de matière médicale du Mexique. México, 164 p.— PPCP. Gives common names, localities, composition, and uses.

1904d. Materia médica Mexicana. St. Louis, 78 p. Publ. by the Comisión Nacional Mexicana for the Louisiana Exposition, St. Louis.—NN. In English, with common and scientific names for the plants; also localities, brief descriptions, and uses. 1905. "La raíz de pipitzahoac." México, 5 typed p. IBMéx. Also in (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 18-23). "Estudios histoquímicos" on Perezia adnata. 1905a. "Notas para la historia del palo bobo." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 61-62.) On lpomoea murucoides. 1905b. "Notas para la historia del zapotillo." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. . Méx. 7: 62-63.) The plant is identified as Cestrum sp. 1905c. "Estudio histológico del zoapatle." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 63-64.) On Montanoa tomentosa. 1905d. "Algunas palabras acerca de una planta que se dice puede utilizarse para predecir los fenómenos meteorológicos." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7: 232-247.) Relates to Abrus precatorius, which is supposed to exist in Veracruz. References are included to other plants which show changes in the weather. 1905e. "Lináloe." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 7 : 2 7 3 . ) Identifies 3 species as Bursera delpechiana, B. aloexylon, and B. graveolens.

ALTAMIRANO, Ignacio Manuel. See also ESTEVA, Adalberto A., 1905. 1872. " E l ahuehuete de la noche triste." (Bol. Arch. Gral. Nac. Méx. 5 ( 6 ) : 819-827, 1934; from El Siglo Diez y Nueve, May 1872.) Letter to Rafael de Zayas reporting the fire that attacked the tree. 1884. Paisajes y leyendas, tradiciones, y costumbres de México. México, 484 p.; comprises articles originally publ. in various periodicals. In the chapter " L a Semana Santa en mi pueblo," (Tixtla, Guerrero) there is a description of the flora of the region, with special attention to palms. The chapter on the Corpus festival discusses oaks used in making decorations. ALTAMIRANO, Manuel. MIRANO, 1877.


See DOMINGUEZ, Manuel and ALTA-


"ALTER" "ALTER." 1897. "Una planta textil." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 21: 564, 1897. Taken from El Tiempo, date not given. Repr. in 22: 134-135, 1898.) On the use of "sangre de drago" or "sangregado" as a fiber plant. Martinez suggests the plant may be a Furcraea.

ALVARADO y RIVERA, Ignacio. 1882. Nuevo estudio sobre el cintul. México, 15 p., 1 pl.—DNLM. This was repr. in Monog. Mex in (Estudio 4: 37-40, 1891). Study of Veratrum frigidum with the emphasis on the chemistry.

ALVA, Federico García y. See GARCIA y ALVA, Federico.

ALVARENGA, Manuel. 1941. "Contribución al estudio del Carica papaya." San Salvador, 47 p., illus., thesis—DSI. Mainly on the embryology and chemistry of the plant.

ALVA, Ismael. 1923. "Ipecacuanas." México, 22 p. Thesis Chem., UNAM. Includes Cephaelis cyanocarpa, Psychotria, various species, and Ionidium poligalifolium (for polygalaefolium).

ALVAREZ, Alicia León. See LEON ALVAREZ, Alicia.

ALVA, Martínez de. See MARTINEZ de ALVA (sic).

ALVAREZ, Arnulfo. 1938. "Cultivo y beneficio de la vainilla." Cd. Juárez, 51 p., illus., map. Thesis EPA.

ALVA IXTLILXOCHITL, Fernando de. See also KINGSBOROUGH, Edward King, viscount, 1830-1848; MANGIN, Arthur, 1867; MARMOCCHI, Francesco Constantino, 1843; VARGAS REA, Luís (17th cent.); ANONYMOUS (16th cent.).

ALVAREZ, Carmen Suárez. See SUAREZ ALVAREZ, Carmen. ALVAREZ, Elodia Aceves. See ACEVES ALVAREZ, Elodia.

ALVA IXTLILXOCHITL, Fernando de. (DLC lists under Ixtlilxochitl.) (1600-1616). Obras históricas. México, 1891-1892, 2 vols. Publ. and annotated by Alfredo Chavero, from mss. written in 1600-1616. First publ. in Kingsborough's Antiquities, 1830-1848. Volume 1, called Relaciones, contains many scattered references to plants. Volume 2, called Historia de la nación Chichimeca, contains a description of the gardens of Netzahualcóyotl on the Cerro de Tetzcotzingo. This was reprinted in Datos relativos a Tetzcuzinco, México, 1944, edited by Luis Vargas Rea, q.v.

ALVAREZ, José Bringas (or Leopoldo). See BRINGAS ALVAREZ, José (or Leopoldo). ALVAREZ, Juvencio 1898. "Ligero estudio sobre el maró." San Luis Potosí, 7 p. Thesis Med., Univ. San Luis Potosí. On Salvia sclarea. ALVAREZ, Manuel Francisco. See also BATRES, Leopold, 1887; BOLANOS, Juan N., 1841; CAMPBELL, Reau, 1909; ORTEGA REYES, Manuel (1883)?; VARIOUS, 1884. ALVAREZ, Manuel Francisco, ed. 1900. Las ruinas de Mitla y la arquitectura. México, 296 p., 146 illus. Contains the following articles on the "árbol de Tule": 1. Bolaños, Juan N. " E l árbol de Santa María del Tule," 3-6. For the original version, see Bolaños, 1841 (dated here incorrectly 1840). 2. Ortega Reyes, Manuel. "El gigante de la flora Mexicana," 7-13. For the original, see Ortega Reyes, 1882. 3. Charnay, Désiré, (untitled), 13-14. Taken from América Pintoresca, p. 471-472, illus., q.v. 4. Batres, Leopoldo. "Un árbol gigantesco," 15-16. Taken from "Un arbre gigantesque," published in Nature 1 5 ( 2 ) : 8-10, illus., 1887. The tree is described as "sapin du Mexique a Tule." 5. Alejandro Villaseñor. "El árbol de Santa María del Tule en Oaxaca," 17-25; This was published originally in 1892. The original was not seen. 6. Reau Campbell. "Description of the tree," 26-27, 2 illus. from his Guidebook, published in 1895, q.v. 7. Olavarría y Ferrari, Enrique. "La excursion á Mitla," 27-28, 2 illus. From his report to the 11 Cong. Intern. Americ. 1896, q.v. 8. Alvarez, Manuel F. (untitled), 29-38, 11 illus. An article, probably based on this, was published in México, 1901, 12 p. illus., as "Etude sur l'arbre de Santa Maria del Tule et les ahuehuetes du Mexique." This is at Sría. Común. Méx.

ALVARADO. See also ALBARADO. AL VARADO, Celia Tello. See T E L L O ALVARADO, Celia. ALVARADO, Francisco de, Padre Fray. 1593. Vocabulario en lengua Misteca hecho por los padres de la Orden de Predicadores. México, 204 lvs.—Bibliot. Palafoxiana, Puebla. Español to Mixtee only. Compare with the Vocabulario en lengua Misteca at MH. This is a photostat copy made by Gates of the original in the Bibliot. Nac. Paris, and consists of 2 vols., 108 and 204 p. ALVARADO, Francisco de Medinilla. RADO, Francisco de.



ALVARADO, José María 1903. "Sobre los vegetales." Morelia, ms. 6 lvs. Morelia, Arch. Very general; on plants as sources of drugs.

Thesis, Univ.

ALVARADO, Manuel. 1888-1889. "El almendrón." (Bol. Agr. Indust. (Guadalajara) 1, Part 2 ( 2 3 ) : 163-164, 1889; also in Rev. Agr. 4: 292-294, illus., 1888-1889.) On Amygdalus communis


ALVARADO, Pedro Maria. See VARIOUS, 1889-1891. ALVARADO PEREZ, J. Jesús. See also ERDOS B„ J. 1960. 1953. "El izote (Yucca elephantipes Regel)." México, 25 p. Thesis Biol., IPN Méx. "Como materia prima para la obtención de celulosa."

ALVAREZ, Manuel Godoy. See GODOY ALVAREZ, Manuel. ALVAREZ, María de Jesús. 1929. "Amolé de bolita." Guadalajara, 17 typed p. Thesis Chem. UNAM. On Zizyphus mexicana, giving the history, botany, classification, and uses.

ALVARADO TEZOZOMOC, Hernando. See also KINGSBOROUGH, Edward King, viscount, 1830-1848; MANGIN, Arthur, 1867. (ca. 1598.) Crónica Mexicana. México, 1878, 712 p., 16 pi., ed. by José M. Vigil; notes by Manuel Orozco y Berra, who says the original was written about 1598. This is cited incorrectly in the LC cat. as 1698. In a Mexican ed., 1949, trans, by Adrián Léon as Crónica Mexicayotl, with the text in Nahuatl and Spanish, the original date is given as 1609. All printed versions used a 1792 copy of a 1755 copy prepared by Veytia. For discussion of early versions of this work see D. W. McPheeters, in the Hisp. Amer. Hist. Rev. 34: 506-512, 1954.

ALVAREZ, Melesio. 1908. "El dividivi ó cascalote." (Agricultor 2 ( 2 1 ) : 139-140.) On Caesalpinia coriaria, identified as Lebidivia corvaría, and its value as a dye plant. ALVAREZ, Primitivo. 1935. El Estado de Guerrero. México, 80 p.—Bibliot. Ant. Alzate. Elementary text, with a section on the agriculture.

In Chap. 40, there is a description of the gardens of Moctezuma at Huaxtepec. Included in the work is a ms. of the 16th century, "Relación del origen de los Indios que habitan esta Nueva España," sometimes known as the "Códice Ramirez"; also "Ojeada sobre cronologiá Mexicana," by Orozco y Berra.

ALVAREZ, Ricardo Vázquez. See VAZQUEZ ALVAREZ, Ricardo. ALVAREZ, Rodrigo. See ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José Maria, 1579. ALVAREZ, Walter Clement.





1928. "Dr. Nicolas León—Mexican historian, ethnologist and anthropologist." (Ann. Med. Hist. 10: 316-318, illus.) An appreciation, followed by discussion of the Sierra Codex ( Oaxaca 1550).


ALVAREZ H., Antonio. 1941. " E l cultivo del naranjo." Cd. Juárez, 78 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Citrus


ALVAREZ L., Maria Alicia.

ALVAREZ B A R R E T T , Luis. 1940. México. México, 122 p., maps.—B. N. Méx. Elementary text with good maps showing regions producing different crops.

1938. "Breve estudio del Hematoxylin campechianum como indicador." México, 40 p., illus.—IPN Méx., Thesis Biol. As an acid and base indicator. ALVAREZ LOPEZ, Enrique. See also SESSE, Martin, 1783-1786; SOMOLINOS d'ARDOIS, Germán, 1951.

ALVAREZ C„ Eugenia. 1924. "Monografía y análisis de los principales tequilas en el pais." México, 1924, 49 p. Thesis-Bibliot. F. Guerra. With the emphasis on the chemistry.

1942. " E l Dr. Francisco Hernández y sus comentarios a Plinio." (Rev. Indias 3: 251-290). History, detailed description, and appreciation of the work (still in manuscript); special reference to his comparison of Old World and New World plants. According to Alvarez, "fue rescatado en gran parte por la obra de Jerónimo de Huerta."

ALVAREZ CAMPOS, Manuel de Jesús. 1939. "Exploración geográfica parcial de la cuenca del Rio Bolaños." México, 92 p., illus., maps. Thesis Sci. An interesting study of the area in Nayarit, Zacatecas, and Jalisco, with scattered references to plants.

1945. "Las plantas de América en la botánica Européa del siglo X V I . " (Rev. Indias 6: 221-288).

ALVAREZ CERVERA, Jorge H. 1955. "Estudio de la saponina del sacamecate." México, 25 typed p.; botanical data by F. Miranda. Thesis Chem., UNAM. Identified as Calibanus hookeri ( Lem. ) ( Liliaceae ) from San Luís Potosí. The following are listed as synonyms: Dasylirion hartwegii Hooker, Dasylirion caespitosus Scheidw., Dasylirion hookeri Lem., Beaucarnea hookeri Baker, and Calibanus caespitosus ( Scheidw. ) Rose.

Detailed historical study of the treatment of American plants in ancient herbáis. Special attention is paid to the work of Clusius and to those from whom he secured information: Monardes, Castañeda, etc. A list of plants, sent by the latter to Clusius, is cited with scientific identifications for some.

ALVAREZ CHANCA, Diego ( D r . ) . See also SAN MARTIN y SATRUSTEGUI, Alejandro, 1892; THACHER, John Boyd, 1903. ALVAREZ CHANCA, Diego. Also cited as CHANCA, Diego Alvarez. 1494. "La carta del dicho Doctor Chanca." In Colección de los viajes y descubrimientos, ed. by Martín Fernández de Navarrete, 1: 198-224. This was reproduced from a 16th-century copy in the papers of Antonio de Aspa. An English trans., by R. H. Major, appeared in "Select letters of Christopher Columbus," Publ. Hakluyt Soc., London, 1847, 2: 18-68; repr. 1870. Another trans, by A. M. Fernández de Ybarra, with notes, was publ. in (Smithsonian Misc. Coll., Quart. Issue 4 8 ( 4 ) : 428457, 1907). See also in John Boyd Thacher's Christopher Columbus, New York, 2: 262-281, 1903.


"Noticia acerca de las plantas ultramarinas estudiadas por Cavanilles." (Rev. Indias 7: 503-540.) Details his contribution to our knowledge of American plants; contains also biographical data on Cavanilles.


"Nicolás Monardes y los botánicos Europeos del siglo XVI." (Ciencias 14: 139-149). Presented to the Congreso de Córdoba, Secc. Cieñe. Nat.; lists sassafras, mechoacán, sabadilla, and Argemone mexicana as new plants described by Monardes from Mexico.

1950. "Notas sobre la expedición científica Mejicana dirigida por Sessé." (Bol. Soc. Esp. Hist. Nat. 4 8 ( 3 ) : 259-274). "Algunas cuestiones de sinonimia y prioridad en botánica." Based on plants listed later in (An. Jard. Bot., Madrid, 1951) q.v. Lists the new genera and species and discusses them; tells whether they appear in Plantae Novae Hispaniae, Flora Mexicana and/or Index Kewensis.

Written by Columbus' physician in 1494, to the Cabildo de Sevilla. This was the first written document on the natural history of America, with references to plants seen. Plants mentioned are not identified, but are compared superficially with plants in use at that time in Europe. Notes by Fernández de Ybarra, in his translation, give identification for some of the plants.

1951. "Noticias y papeles de la expedición científica Mejicana dirigida por Sessé." (An. Inst. Bot. (Jard. Bot.) A. ]. Cavanilles, Madrid, 1 0 ( 2 ) : 5 - 7 0 ) . - D A . Detailed and well documented history of the expedition, its activities and accomplishments, with a biography of Sessé. Based on the "correspondencia de la expedición" in the Archives of the Jardín Botánico de Madrid. With an appendix, "especies de plantas ( 3 6 7 ) que han servido de exemplo a las demostración de las lecciones en el curso del año de 1788" (by Cervantes) found in the archives under the title Catalogus Plantarum Novae Hispaniae; (a copy of this, by Altamirano, is in the Inst. Biol. Méx.). Another appendix is "semillas colectadas ( 7 7 ) en la 2a excursión y remitidas a la corte en 29 de Nov. 1789". Included also are lists of contents of boxes of specimens of various plants sent to Spain, and references to other indices of plants collected, and an index of illustrations. See also Alvarez López, 1950.

ALVAREZ CHIMALPOPOCA, Luis. 1938. "Estudio médico-social de Juchitán, Oaxaca." México, 92 p., illus. Thesis UNAM. With a list of the plants of the area. ALVAREZ CRUZ, Conrado. See CRUZ LOPEZ, Cándido et al, 1949. ALVAREZ de MIRANDA, Pedro. See also XIMENEZ, Francisco (1721). (1695). "Bericht des Hauptmanns Pedro Alvarez de Miranda ueber die entrada des praesidenten Jacinto Barrios Leal in das oestliche Chiapas, 1695." (Mitt. Geogr. Ges. Hamburg 49: 3663, map., 1950.) Introd. and trans, by Franz Termer, from the original in Ximénez' Historia de la Provincia de S. Vicente de Chiapa . . . , Libro 5, chaps. 60-62, Bd. I l l : 34-47. q.v. "Der bericht des Pedro Alvarez de Miranda ueber die Lacandon-Expedition nach ost-Chiapas im jahre 1695."


"Las tres primeras campañas de la expedición científica dirigida por Sessé y sus resultados botánicos." (An. ]ard. Bot., Madrid 1 1 ( 1 ) : 39-141). Detailed discussion comparing the Plantae Novae Hispaniae and the Flora Mexicana. Index of plants collected on first 3 excursions tells which are new, if descriptions are available, if illustrations and herbarium specimens are made, and if cited in the Plantae Novae Hispaniae and the Flora Mexicana.

ALVAREZ del VILLAR, José. See abo ECHEAGARAY BABLOT, Luis, 1957; VARIOUS, 1953, 1954. 1952. "Esquema geobotánico de Chiapas." (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. 73: 96-124, map.) Lists zones, with descriptions and dominant plants.

1954. "Donde no se ponía el sol." In Flora botánica del Nuevo Reino de Granada. 5.-NNBG.

de la real expedición Madrid, vol. 1, chap.

Historical work, extracted from a larger, still unpublished work on "La botánica en España y sus provincias ultramarinas durante el siglo X V I I I . "

ALVAREZ GONZALEZ, Pedro. 1954. Yerbas medicinales. México, 371 p., illus.—Bk. Fair, Mexico City, 1956. Popular work.






ALVAREZ LOZADA-continued 1948. "Estudio de la grasa de codo de fraile." México, 1948, 45 p., illus. Thesis Chem. UNAM. On Thevetia iccotli. ALVAREZ LUNA, Eduardo. 1953. "Estudio sobre morfología, anatomía y citología en kenaf— Hibiscus cannabinus. L." Chapingo, 64, lvs., illus. Thesis ENA. One of the better theses. ALVAREZ MORALES, Germán. 1936. Contribución al estudio del aceite esencial de limón Mexicano. México, 34 p.—IB Méx. With the emphasis on the chemistry. ALVAREZ OCHOA, Miguel. 1930. "Estudio sobre el aceite de piñoncillo." Guadalajara, 22 p., illus. Thesis Chem. On Jatropha curcas. ALVAREZ PADILLA, Georgina, y José G. VALENZUELA. 1955. Geografía de Baja California. México, 149 p., maps—Bibliot. R. Beltrán. In the section on the flora, plants are listed by common names only.

ALVAREZ RODRIGUEZ, Rubén. 1955. "Cuatro frutales para el beneficio de la agricultura nacional." Cd. Juárez, 80 p., illus., map. Thesis, EPA. indica."


1772. "Descripción de una máquina muy sensilla y muy útil para deshuesar el algodón." (Asunt. Var. 2 : 8 ) . Repr. in (Gac. Lit. 2d ed. 4: 89-93, 1831; 3d ed. 120-124, 1896.) With references to various types of cotton, tree form and herbaceous. 1772a. " ( E l cañamo)." (In Asunt. Var. 3:17-24, and in 1 1 : 7 7 . ) Repr. in (Gaz. Lit. 4: 95-102; 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 129-138, 1896.) On marijuana, Cannabis sativa. León titles the work "Noticias de las pasiones, usos é inclinaciones de los Indios." In the index to the Gaz. Lit., the title is given as "Algunas costumbres de los Indios." 1772b. "Cultivo y beneficio del añil." (Asunt. Var. 5: 35-40.) Also in (Gac. Lit. 2d ed., 1831, 4: 110-114; 3d ed.: 150-158, 1896.) Includes data from a work "escrito por un misionero de la Luisiana muy esperimentado." The original source for this is not given. 1777. Memoria en que se trata del insecto grana ó cochinilla. Madrid, 1795, 227 p. 3 pi. Printed first in México, 1777, 76 p., 3 pi. Also in (Gac. Lit. 3: 199-259, 307-308, 1794-95; 243-314 and 418-419 in the 1831 ed.). A suppl. entitled "Adición a la memoria que trata de modo de criar en nuestras Indias la cochinilla ó grana" was printed in (Bol. Agr. Min. Ind. Méx. 4 ( 1 2 ) : 30-35, 1895, taken from Gac. Méx. Nos. 11,12,13:90, 97, 105, 1784) where it is tided "Grana, su naturaleza, beneficio, y modo de asemillarse," or "La noticia de la grana."

ALVAREZ RODRIGUEZ, Pedro. 1955. "El cultivo y beneficio de la vainilla en la región de Papantla, Veracruz." Cd. Juárez, 75 p., illus. Thesis EPA.

ALVAREZ TOSTADO, Ezequiel. 1935. "Estudio breve del Cannabis Med., UNAM.


and sent to the Acad. R. Sci., Paris. It was trans, into French by M. Pingre, and publ. by Cassini with his ed. of Chappe d'Auteroche's Voyage en Californie, 1772, q.v., as "Extrait d'une lettre." With interesting details on the natural history of the area surrounding Mexico City. A box of specimens, which followed the letter, was assigned to Jussieu and Fougeroux de Bondaroy for study, and the latter provides notes to Alzate's report. Plants discussed include maize, maguey, cascalote, ahuehuete, chía, cacahuate, huisache, and sapote blanco. For a discussion of Alzate's letter, and a reprint of it, see Barras y Aragón, 1944.

México, 33 p. Thesis

ALVAREZ ULLAN, Emilio. 1940. "El cultivo del olivo en México." (Bol. Dir. Gral. For. Caza Méx. 1 ( 2 ) : 16-18, illus.). On Olea. 1946. "El olivo en México." (Rancho 2 ( 5 ) ( M a r c h ) : 27-29, 78, illus. With a section on the history of the plant in Mexico. Illustrations show a number of very old trees, including a 400year-old one in Tzintzuntzán. 1946a. "La vid de camote de Guerrero." (Rancho 2 ( 5 ) ( M a r c h ) : 21, illus.) On a Vitis which grows wild in the state. 1947. "El limón Mexicano." (Rancho Méx. 3 ( 1 7 ) : 35-37, illus.) "Que no es limón" (Citrus limón); the plant is identified as lima ácida (Citrus aurantifolia).

A detailed study of the insect and the plants on which it thrives. Alzate criticizes the accounts of Thiery, Ellis and Valmont de Bomare and refers to Antonio de Ulloa, who wrote of cochineal. A quotation in the supplement, from the biography of Juan Antonio de Oviedo, tells of how the latter explained the occurrence of the insect in Mexico to the Duke of Bejar in Spain. 1784. "Sobre un olivo en Tecomic." (Gaz. Méx. I l l , 1: 82.) Signed AE. Is this Alzate? The locality is near Xochimilco, in the Distrito Federal. 1784-1785. "Arbusto de la flecha ó árbol de la margarita." (Gaz. Méx III, 1: 161-163.) Publ. anonymously, but according to León, by Alzate. Used in cases of rabies; as reported by Juan Palacios de la Campa, in Guadalajara; Martínez identifies the plant as Sapium biloculare or Sebastiania pavoniana and states that, although the plants are poisonous, they have been used medicinally. The Palacios report was reprinted as "Remedio contra la rabia" in Disc. Var. (Gac. Lit. 4:331-332, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 471-474, 1896.) Between 1784 and 1799. "Sobre la jicama." (Disc. Var., in Gac. Lit. 2d ed. 4: 289; 1831; original was printed between 1784 and 1798. in Gac. Méx.)

ALVEAR, Antonio Carrillo. See CARRILLO ALVEAR, Antonio. AL VELAIS C., Rubén 1948. "Estudio agronómico de la región agrícola de Centro Calles, Chihuahua." Cd. Juárez, 77 p. Thesis EPA. With a brief description of the flora. ALVER de SORIA, Diego. See ASENSIO y T O L E D O , José María, (1579); MESTRE GHIGLIAZZA, Manuel, 1907. AL VIRES, Adrián Breña. See BREÑA ALVIRES, Adrián. ALZATE y RAMIREZ (SANTILLANA), José Antonio (Felix). See abo BARRAS y ARAGON, Francisco de las, 1944; CHAPPE d'AUTEROCHE, Jean, 1772; CORTES, Hernán, (1519-1526); LA PORTE, Joseph de, 1768-1795; L E E , Raymond L„ 1947-1948; LONGINOS MARTINEZ, José, 1788; PUGLIA, Pedro, (1790); VARIOUS, 1830; XIMENEZ, Francisco, 1615; ANONYMOUS, 1939 f.

Praises the plant as a food and as a thirst quencher. Between 1784 and 1799a. "Remedio contra las picadas de animal venenoso." (Disc. Var. in Gac. Lit. 4: 380-381, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 544-546, 1896) Publ. originally in Gaz. Méx. between 1784 and 1799. Suggests the use of onion, garlic, and mustard. Between 1784 and 1799b. "Monstruosidad de una mazorca." (Disc. Var. in Gac. Lit. 4 : 391, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 559-561, 1896.) It was supposed to have been printed earlier in Gaz. Méx. but this has not been located. Refers to a report of a corn plant with 24 ears. Between 1784 and 1799c. "Sobre los jardineros de Europa." (Disc.

1768. "Memoria sobre el beneficio y cultivo de cacao." (Diar. Lit. 7: 1-8; repr. in Gac. Lit. 2d ed., 4: 35-40, 1831; 3d ed.: 58-66, 1896; also in Amigo Pueblo 1 ( 1 0 ) : 29-32; ( 1 1 ) : 28-32, 1827; and in Observ. Rep. Méx. 2 ( 4 ) : 136-144, 1827.) On Theobroma cacao. (ca. 1770.) "Una interesante carta de Alzate." ( R e v . Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 23: 73-87, 1905.) Written between 1769 and 1772, 82





Var. in Gac. Lit. 4: 393, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 562-563, 1896.) Originally printed in Gaz. Méx. between 1784 and 1799. Suggests that corn plants be transplanted to improve the crop. Between 1784 and 1799d. "Sobre el trigo." ( I n Disc. Var., Gac. Lit. 4 : 4 2 0 , 422-425, 2d ed., 1831.) T h e original, not seen, appeared in Gaz. Méx. sometime between 1784 and 1799. Pages in the 3d ed. are 600-601, 1896. On Triticum. Between 1784 and 1799e. "Sobre maíz." Disc. Var., in Gac. Lit. 4: 425-426, 433-434, 435, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 608-610, 1896.) Published originally in Gaz. Méx. between 1784 and 1799. On the effects of the climate on the growth of the plants. Between 1784 and 1799f. "Modo de purificar las aguas estancadas." (Disc. Var., Gac Lit. 4: 444-445, 1831, 2d ed; 3d ed.: 636-637, 1896.) Appeared first in Gaz. Méx. between 1784 and 1799. Mentions various plants to be used for that purpose, and says "use la viscosidad que sueltan las pencas de las tunas la cual recoge y envuelve en si todas las impuridades." 1786. "Consejos útiles" (Gac. Lit. 4: 166-189, 2d ed. 1831.; 3d ed.: 231-244, 1896.) In 3 parts, the first of which was repr. as "Estudio sobre diversos producciones de la Nueva España" in (Bol. Arch. Gral. Nac. Méx. 6 ( 5 ) : 722-731, 1935). On plants that are useful in times when "escacean los comestibles"; suggests the use of plants of the mezquita!— nopales, visnaga, pitallas, maguey, and potatoes. There is an interesting comparison of the vegetation of the Cerro de Guadalupe with that of Tlalnepantla, p. 166-175, with an appendix, p. 175-177. (León cites the first part as a separate, México, 12 p., 1786.) Part 2 on p. 177-182, discusses foods to use to feed large numbers of the poor. (León cites this as a separate, Mexico, 14 p., 1786.) Part 3 on p. 182-186, entitled "Otro alimento," discusses chautli and is completed in a supplement, p. 186-189. (León cites this as a separate, without place, date, or number of pages.)



On the use of chautli, not otherwise identified, in the treatment of dysentery. 1788. "Botánica." (Gac. Lit. 1 ( 4 ) : 33-43; 1: 20-27, 2d ed., 1831; 1: 32-42, 3d ed., 1893. Repr. in Obs. Rep. Mex. 2 ( 7 ) : 243-252, 1827 and in Naturaleza 6 (App.): 166-172, 1883.) Observations on the study of botany in Mexico, with a discussion of botanical nomenclature and classification, and the uses of various plants. 1788a. "Sobre la cura del gálico." (Gac. Lit. 1 ( 6 ) : 54-56; 34-36 in the 1831 ed. Refers to hierba del zorrillo (Croton dioicus fide Martinez), as a cure for syphilis. 1788b. "Observaciones acerca del spodio." (Gac. Lit. 1 ( 8 ) : 69-71; 2d ed.: 44-46, 1831.) On concretions in a tree, called otate, but this, according to Martinez, is a grass. Another note on this subject appears in ( 1 ( 1 1 ) : 87,1790; 2d ed: 288, 1831.) 1788c. "Memoria acerca de ambar amarillo (karabe ó succino) y de la goma lacca (resina)." (Gac. Lit. 1 ( 1 2 ) : 1-10, separately paged; 2d ed. 1:61-70, 1831; 3d ed. 1:92-105, 1893.) Repr. in (Mem. Lit. 19: 581-591, 1790) as "Extracto de una memoria acerca del ambar amarillo (karabe ó succino)." Repr. also in (Naturaleza 6 ( A p p . ) : 172-179, 1884). An announcement of the first publication appeared in (Gac. Méx. 20: 452, 1787). "Trátase de su verdadero origen y se exponen las utilidades que la nación Española puede conseguir estableciendo comercio activo de materias tan útiles las quales siendo tan abundantes en Nueva España están casi abandonadas." Includes descriptions of the karabe by Caballero (quoting a resident from "Tecoantepec") giving common names, such as quapirote. Sessé identifies the plant as Cynometra L. For the controversy which followed this article, see Vázquez, Joseph, 1788-1789. 1788d. "Propiedades medicinales del tlalpopololt." (Gaz. Méx. 3: 37.) The plant is known variously as tlalpopololt or thlpopolotl, also as tlalpopolote, and is identified as Helianthus b y some, and as Viguiera excelsa by Martinez. 1788e. "Carta satisfactoria a un literato." (Gaz. Méx. 3:93-104; repr. in Disc. Var., Gaz. Lit. 2d ed., 4: 399-413, 1831; 3d ed: 570-591, 1896.) Answer to the critic who (in "Carta que en defensa de la botánica," see SCM) disagreed with his article on botany in his "papeles Nos. 4 y 5." Alzate insists that a botanist must do more than classify plants. 1788f. On maravilla. (Gaz. Méx. I l l , 3:111.) On Mirabilis(?) as a remedy for a "black eye." 1789. "Carta al autor de esta Gaceta." (Gaz. Lit. 1 ( 1 6 ) : 41-48; 2d ed. 1:92-98, 1831; 3d ed. 1:136-147, 1893.) Signed Pedro el Observador. Objects to the new botanical nomenclature of a Mr. Bergeret; insists that color, odor, and use should be taken into account in distinguishing plant species. 1789a. "Respuesta de Pedro el Observador." (Gac. Lit. 1: 65-82; 1: 113-134, 2d ed., 1831; 1: 168-200, 3d ed., 1893.) Signed Pedro el Observador. "A los que con titulo de consejos saludables le remitió D. Ingenio en el suplemento a la Gaceta de Mégico del 3 de febrero de 1789," q.v. Botanical notes on a series of plants. 1789b. "Memoria acerca del cultivo del añil." (Gac. Lit. 2 ( 1 ) : 10-16; cont. 2 ( 1 4 ) : 107-113, 1791; 2d ed. 1:194-202, 2:133-141, 1831; 3d ed. 1: 289-301, 2: 194-206, 1894.) Interesting mainly as an historical document. 1789c. "Del verdadero origen del succino que lo es la resina de los quapinoles." (Gaz. Méx. III, 3:251-252. Repr. in Gac. Lit. 4:417-418, 1831, 2d ed. as "Sobre cuapinole." (3d ed.: 596598, 1896.) Refers to his article in Gac. Lit. (see 1788c). For the controversy which developed on this subject, see Joseph Vázquez, 1788-1789. 1789? 1790?. "Carta de enhorabuena que dirige a Pedro el Observador un amigo suyo, por el triunfo que acaba de conseguir en la disputa suscitada por Don Ingenio." México, 15 unnumb. p. UC-B; at CtY, it is bound with Gaz. Lit., between p. 121 of Observaciones and Consejos útiles.

1786-1787. "Industrias ó arbitrios." (Gaz. Méx. 2: 10, 11: reprinted in Disc. Var., in Gaz. Lit. II, 4: 383-384, 1831, 2d ed.; 3d ed.: 549-550, 1896 with the title as cited.) The original was untitled and anonymous. On the use of alfalfa, corn cobs, acorns, and hawthorn fruits as food for animals. 1786-1787a. "Receta para hacer tortillas con olote (ó gilote) mezclado con maíz." (Gaz. Méx. 2: 76; repr. in Disc. Var., in Gaz. Lit. II, 4: 384-385, 1831; 3d ed.: 550-551, 1896.) The original was printed anonymously. Olote is com cob; gilote is corn on the cob. 1786-1787b. "Modo de hacer tortillas de la cabeza de maguey." (Gaz. Méx. 2: 107-108; repr. in Disc. Var., in Gaz. Lit. II, 4: 387, 1831; 3d ed.: 553-554, 1896.) T h e original was printed anonymously. 1786-1787c. "Modo de hacer tortillas de cebada." (Gaz. Méx. 2: 116-117; repr. in Disc. Var., in Gaz. Lit. II, 4: 385, 1831.; 3d ed.: 552, 1896.) The original was publ. anonymously. 1786-1787d. "Modo de alimentar puercos con la raíz de ninfa ó cabeza de Negro." (Gaz. Méx. 2: 117; repr. in Disc. Var. in Gaz. Lit. II, 4: 386, 1831; 3d ed.: 552, 1896.) On Nymphaea as food for animals. 1786-1787e. "On arnica." (Gaz. Méx. I l l , 2: 171, 200.) The first was repr. in Disc. Var. in (Gac. Lit. 4: 388, 1831 ed.). (Signed AE.) On a plant called also acahual (Heteroiheca), and its medicinal uses. 1787. "Sobre la goma lacca karabe." (Gaz. Méx. 2: 451-452; repr. in Disc. Var. in Gac. Lit. 2d ed., 4: 396, 1831; 3d ed.: 565-566, 1896.) On its occurrence in Mexico. 1787a. "Chímica económica." In "Observaciones sobre la física," México, p. 58-60. Also in (Gac. Lit. 4: 236-238, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 332-334, 1896.) On materials for making ink—cascalote and huisache. 1787b. "Medicina botánica." In Observaciones sobre la física, p. 69-70. - C U - B . Repr. in (Gaz. Lit. (2d ed.) 4: 245-246, 1831; 3d ed.: 344-345, 1896.) Publ. first in 1787.






y RAMIREZ-continued A eulogy of "Pedro's" knowledge of native Mexican plants and their uses; plants are cited with common and scientific names. 1789-1795. Gacetas (Gazeta) de Literatura (de México added in the 2d ed.). Mexico, 3 vols. A 4th vol. was added in the 2d ed., 1831, consisting of writings of Alzate, comp. from various sources, as cited below. A 3d. ed., publ. by the Sociedad Agrícola Mexicana, 4 vols., 1893-1898, is cited in the catalogue of the Mus. Nac. Méx. Volume 1 is 1st ed. (1-23), 1789—Aug. 16, 2d ed. Jan. 15,


1791c. "Virtudes del palo mulato." (Gac. Lit. 2: 182-183; 2: 224-225, 2d ed., 1831; 2: 328-329, 3d ed., 1894.) Quotes information submitted by el Sr. Cura de Temporal; cited as Tempoal in the 2d ed. 1791d. "De la semilla del maíz." (Gac. Lit. 2 ( 2 4 ) : 187-191; 2d edition, 1831: 230-236; 3d ed.: 337-346, 1894.) An extract was repr. in (Sem. Econ. Méx. 2 : 4 1 - 4 4 , 49-52, 1810, under the title "Artículo de agricultura sobre el cultivo del maíz"). On Zea culture. 1791e. "Remedio contra las lombrices." (Gaz. Méx. III, 4: 233-234; repr. in Disc. Var., in Gac. Lit. II, 4: 436-438, 1831; 3d ed.: 625-628. 1896.) Refers to cebadilla (or zevadilla) as a remedy. 1791f. "Utilidad de la yerba del carbonero." (Gaz Méx. III, 4: 276; repr. in Gac. Lit. II, 4: 439-440, 1831; 3d ed.: 628-630, 1896.) On the medicinal uses of Baccharis. 1791g. "Noticia de la impresión de la obra de Hernández." (Gaz. Méx. 4: 327-328, 343, 411-412. Repr. in Disc. Var., in Gac. Lit. 4: 441-444, 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 632-635, 1896.) With comments on some of the plants mentioned in the work, including an orchid, cozticxochitl (yellow flower), known also as istontle or istontli, iztamaxuchitl, and cocotlacotl. The plant is not identified, but localities and possible uses are given. In the reprint, the second and third references were published under the title "Sobre el cozticxochitl." 1792. "Sobre el jugo de la yuca." (Gac. Lit. 2: 260-262; 2d ed. 2: 317-324, 1831; 3d ed. 2: 464-473, 1894.) Answering a letter published in Havana, by EDJACR, which attacked the report that the yuca (Manihot) is not poisonous after boiling. 1792a. "Del chayóte." (Gac. Lit. 2 ( 3 4 ) : 270-274; repr. in 2d ed. 2: 328-333, 1831 and in 3d ed. 2: 478-486, 1894.) Repr. also in (Naturaleza 7(App.): 7-11, 1884) and in the work on Alzate by Juan Hernández y Luna, p. 83-88, 1945, q.v. On Sechium edule. 1792b. "Memoria acerca de la yerba del pollo." (Gac. Lit. 2: 282288; 2d ed. 2: 343-349, 1831; 3d ed. 2: 501-511, 1894.) Repr. in (Naturaleza 7 (App.): 11-13, 1886.) On the derivation of its name, and its use in medicine. 1792c. "Memoria sobre agricultura." (Gac. Lit. 2 ( 4 0 ) : 316-329; 2: 382-399, 2d ed., 1831; 2: 559-585, 3d ed., 1894.) With a discussion of planting times and cultural methods for various plants, and references to the floating gardens. 1793. "Agricultura." (Gac. Lit. 3: 70-74, 1793; repr. in 2d ed. 1831: 56-59. 3d ed.: 293-298, 1896.) Considers the uses of pirul. 1793a. Compendio en que se manifiesta el método de sembrar, transplantar, podar y sacar fruto de las moreras y morales. México, 34 p.—NNC. For authority as to the author's name, see Medina, J. T., Diccionario de anónimos y seudónimos HispanoAmericanos, Buenos Aires, 1925. For classification of the plants, the author refers to the article by Juan Bautista Felipo," Sobre el cultivo de moreras," in (Mem. Soc. Econ. Matr. 1 ( 1 7 ) : 147-196, 1780 (read May 20, 1777). 1795. "Virtudes de un árbol de tierra caliente." (Gac. Lit. 3 : 3 1 7 ; 2d. ed., p. 430, 1831; 3d ed.: 430, 1896.) For making soap; León calls the article "árbol de las cuentas de xabón"; plant is not otherwise identified. 1795a. "Sobre el pochote." (Gac. Lit. 3 ( 4 2 ) : 332-334, ( 4 4 ) : 347349; 2d ed. 449-452, 468-471, 1831; 3d ed. not seen.) On Bombax. The second reference contains a letter from "un párroco del Obispado de Puebla," on using the "puchóte" fiber as a substitute for cotton, and observations on the maguey fiber. 1795b. "Yerba de las cucarachas; planta de Cuernavaca." (Gac. Lit. 3: 452; p. 334 in 2d ed., 1831; 3d ed.: 334, 1896.) Repr. in (Naturaleza 7 (App.): 17, 1884). On a fiber producing plant, identified as Echites? hypoleuca DC.? in a note on the margin of the copy at Mus. Nac. Méx. 1831. "Sobre la flor de tepotzán." (Gac. Lit. 1:448-449, 2d ed., 1831; 1: 668-669, 3d ed., 1893.) The article is missing in the first ed. On the structure of the flower.

dated as follows: Jan. 15, 1788-Aug. 14, 1789; ( 1 - 2 4 ) : Sept. 7, 1790. 1788 to July 19, 1790.

Volume 2 consisted of nos. 1-47, Sept. 7, 1790 to Oct. 2, 1792. Volume 3 consisted of nos. 1-44, Oct. 27, 1792 to Oct. 22, 1795. The 2d ed. ends at June 17, 1795. The material added to the 2d ed. vol. 4, (and included in the 3d ed.) consists of: "Diario Literario," p. 1-81; published originally Mar. 18 to May 10, 1768. "Asuntos varios sobre ciencia y artes," p. 83-165; cited variously as 11, 12, 13 numbers, Nov. 2, 1772 to Jan 4, 1773. No. 9, Dec. 16, is really a supplement to No. 1. Two "Consejos útiles," p. 166-189, cited as a 12 p. separate, 1786, are at the Huntington Library. These are sometimes included with the Asuntos. "Observaciones sobre la física, historia natural, y artes útiles." Nos. 1-14, p. 191-283; dated March 21, 1787-July 15, 1787. "Discursos varios del autor sacados de las Gazetas de México," 1784-1798 (1799?); p. 283-446. The 3d ed. follows the 2d ed., with 673 p. in vol. 1 and 704 p. in vol. 2. Volumes 3 and 4 have not been seen. Pages for some of the citations have been taken from F. Guerra, Bibliografía de la Materia Médica Mexicana. All the articles relating to plants, with the pages from the different editions, where they were available, are cited separately in the bibliography, under the appropriate author's names. 1790. "Sobre la planta de la raíz de xalapa." (Gac. Lit. 1: 86; 2d ed. p. 287, 1831; 3d ed. not seen.) Calls it a "Convolvulácea." 1790a. "Observaciones sobre la práctica de la medicina." (Gac. Lit. 1:109-115; 2d ed., p. 316-323, 1831; 3d ed., 1:470-481, 1893.) Includes a note on huayacán and references to early Mexican medico-botanical works (Barrios, Hernández, Ximénez). 1790b. "Lacca de Nueva España." (Gac. Lit. 1, part 2 ( 1 2 ) : 89-95, Feb. 20. Repr. in 2d ed., 1831, 1: 290-298, as "Discurso sobre la goma lacca," and in the 3d ed., 1893, 1: 92-105.) Repr. also as "La goma lacca" in (Estudio 2 ( 1 9 ) : 289-295, 1890 and in Naturaleza 6(App.): 179-185, 1884). Discusses production of the substance by ants, and the plants on which they live. 1790c. "Elogio histórico del Dr. D. José Ignacio Bartolache." (Gac. Lit. 1 ( 2 3 ) : 181-188; 2d ed. : 405-413, 1831; 3d ed: 605-618, 1893.) 1791. "Guacamote." (Gac. Lit. 2 ( 1 3 ) : 106; 2: 132, 2d ed. 1831; 2: 193-194, 3d ed., 1894; also in Naturaleza 7(App.): 3, 1884.) On the fact that the yuca (Manihot) is not poisonous if boiled. 1791a. "Noticia de algunas plantas." (Gac. Lit. 2:113-114, 131-135; 2d ed. p. 141-142, 162-167, 1831; 3d ed. p. 206-208, 236-241, 1894). The last part was repr. in (Naturaleza 7(App.): 4-6, 1887.) The discussion includes "ajo contra hipo," nopal, and use of the dye plant, moictle, to cure hiccoughs, as añil is used. 1791b. "Utilidad de los árboles del Perú." (Gac. Lit. 2: 145-146; 181182, 2d ed., 1831; 262-264, 3d ed. 1894. Also in Naturaleza 7 (App.): 6-7, 1887.) On Schinus molle.



AMADOR AMADOR, Elias. 1892. Noticias estadísticas de Zacatecas. Zacatecas, 57 p.—MN Méx. With a section on the native plants; includes 2 charts—one on timbers, with common and scientific names, and one on medicinal plants, also with common and scientific names. 1894. Elementos de geografía del Estado de Zacatecas. Zacatecas, 1898, 2d ed., 50 p.; 1st ed., 1894, 103 p., m a p - M N Méx. Only the first part was seen, it contains a section on wild and cultivated plants. 1897. Nombres indígenas todavía en uso en el Estado de Zacatecas. Zacatecas, 66 p . - L N H T . Many plant names are listed, sometimes with scientific equivalents, but with many typographical errors in the scientific names. 1899. Apuntes para la flora Zacatecana. Zacatecas, 128 p. Written for the Paris Exposition in 1900. Plants are listed alphabetically, by common names, with scientific names, family, brief descriptions, and uses. Included are the author's identifications for certain plants mentioned by Hernández, Ximénez, Sessé and Mociño, and by Urbina, in his Catálogo de plantas Mexicanas, q.v. Also included are descriptions of 11 unidentified plants.

in fascicle No. 4; fascicle No. 7 contains "Notes on Mexican species of Triphora." 1922. "Descriptions of new orchids from tropical America with nomenclatural changes." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 35: 81-88.) With new species of Bletia and Malaxis from Mexico. 1922-1930. Schedulae orchidianae. Boston, in 10 parts. Part 1, 24 p.; 2, 38 p., 1923; 3, 27 p., 1923; 4, 60 p., 1923; 5, 42 p., 1924; 6, 99 p., 1924; 7, 36 p., 1924; 8, 84 p., 1925 (this is by Ames and Charles Schweinfurth); 9, 62 p., 1925; 10, 116 p., 1930. Some of the illus. are by Blanche Ames.—NNBG. Parts 1 and 2, entitled "Orchidaceae quaedam Americanae," contain descriptions of two new species from Mexico: Epidendrum diguetii and Sarcoglottis pubilabia. Part 3, entitled "New or noteworthy orchids," contains a discussion of Epidendrum ovulum Lindl. Part 4, entitled "Additions to the orchid flora of Central America," contains descriptions of Epidendrum gravidum Lindl. and of Pleurothallis nelsonii n. sp. from Chiapas. Part 9 contains a special section on Vanilla odorata. AMES, Oakes, and Charles SCHWEINFURTH. 1930. "A new species of Pleurothallis from Mexico." (Proc. Soc. Wash. 43: 195-196.) P. unguicallosa

AMES, Oakes, and Charles SCHWEINFURTH.

AMARAL FRANCO, Joao do. See FRANCO, Joào do Amarai. (Guad.)


1 1 ( 1 2 ) : 218-

AMES, Oakes, and Charles SCHWEINFURTH. 1933. "A new Bletia from Mexico." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. illus.)

AMAYA, Rubén. 1926. "Forrajes verdes para los cerdos." Cd. Juárez, 29 p., illus. Thesis, EPA. de

"Two new orchids." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 1 ( 2 ) : 4-7.) Includes Pleurothallis yucatanensis from Yucatan and Campeche.

AMES, Oakes. 1932b. "An extension of range for Epidendrum rhynchophorum." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 1 ( 3 ) : 1-4, illus.) From Mexico to Honduras; an amplified description is also given.

AMAYA, Jesús. 1951. Ameca, protofundación Mexicana. México, 318 p., 200 p., illus., maps, bibl.—NN. Included is the relación of Antonio de Leyva, p. 23-75, with the instructions for the relación. The appendix is a dictionary of related names and places.

AMBRIZ PALMA, Jesús. 1954. "Ensayo de rendimiento de variedades Chapingo, 70 typed p. Thesis ENA. On Gossypium.

Orchid Soc. Bull. 1 ( 2 ) : 37-39.)

Brief descriptive work.

On the history of the plant in Zacatecas. AMARGOS, José L. 1943. "Achiote ó Bixa orellana." (Granja 222.) Description, distribution, and uses.

from Socorro Island (Revillagigedo group).

AMES, Oakes. 1932. "The Cattleyeae." (Amer.

1908. "La planta llamada del guayule." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 32: 330-331.) (From El Imparcial 4 / 2 3 / 1 9 0 8 . )


B. tenuifolia

1 ( 1 0 ) : 6-7,

from Chiapas.

AMES, Oakes. 1934. "Studies in Stelis." I. (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 2 ( 1 ) : 1-24, illus.) A comparison and clarification of middle American species allied to S. persimilis n.sp.


AMES, Oakes, F. Tracy HUBBARD, and Charles SCHWEINFURTH. 1934a. "Notes on Mexican Epidendrums." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 3 ( 1 ) : 1-16.) Based largely on the Erik M. Oestlund collection; with descriptions of 4 new species. 1935. "Studies in Epidendrum." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 3 ( 5 ) : 61-76.)

AMBROSINUS, Bartholomeo. 1630. "De Capsicorum varietate cum suis iconibus brevis historia." Bononiae, 27 p., 1 pi. A photostat is at PPAN of the original which is at the Brit. Mus. Describes 30 "species" of Capsicum, with drawings of their fruits on the plate.


AMBROSINI, Giacinto (Ambrosinus, Hyacinthus). 1666. Phytologiae. Bologna (Bononiae), 576 p., illus.; marked part I, vol. 1 (no more printed ?).—DA. Plants are listed alphabetically, with references to authors who had written of them; included are tobacco, tomato, corn, potato, sarsaparilla; also Passiflora and Datura.

A description of new taxa, 3 of which are from Mexico. "A fourth polymorphic alliance in Epidendrum." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 3 ( 7 ) : 93-110.) The Epidendrum oncidioides alliance, with a key to varieties of E. oncidioides.

AMES, Oakes, and Charles SCHWEINFURTH. 1935b. "Nomenclatorial studies in Malaxis and Spiranthes." Mus. Leafl. 3 ( 8 ) : 113-133.)

AMES, Blanche. See AMES, Oakes, 1905-1922; 1922-1930; CORR E L L , Donovan Stewart, 1950. AMES, Oakes. 1904. "Three new orchid species." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 17: 119120.) Includes Epidendrum pringlei Rolfe from Morelos and E. oaxacanum Rolfe. 1905-1922. Studies in the family Orchidaceae. (Also subtitled Orchidaceae. Illustrations and studies of the family Orchidaceae.) (Boston and New York, 7 vols., 114 pi. Drawings by Blanche Ames.)-PPAN. Most of the volumes, or fascicles, consist of miscellaneous studies. The genus Habenaria in North America is reviewed



Nomenclatorial revisions of species, most of which are found in Mexico. AMES, Oakes. 1935c. "Studies in Stelis V." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 3 ( 1 0 ) : 149-176, illus.) Refers S. confusa Schl. and S. jimenezii Schl. to S. ciliaris Lindl. 1936. "A rare Vanilla." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 4 ( 3 ) : 26-27, illus.) V. pfaviana found in Guerrero. AMES, Oakes, and Charles SCHWEINFURTH. 1936a. "Studies in Ponthieva." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 4 ( 3 ) : 38-40.) Describes P. parviflora from Yucatan.

AMES AMES, Oakes, F. Tracy HUBBARD, and Chas. SCHWEINFURTH. 1936b. The genus Epidendrum in the United States and Middle America. Cambridge, Mass., 233 p. With keys, description, and notes on localities. AMES, Oakes. 1937. "A new Epidendrum from Mexico." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 5 ( 2 ) : 36-37.) E. mariae from San Luís Potosí. 1937a. "A rare Epidendrum from Mexico." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 5 ( 2 ) : 40.) E. karwinskii from the state of México. 1938. "HintoneUa—a new genus of the Ornithocephaleae from Mexico." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 6 ( 9 ) : 185-191, illus.) With a description of H. mexicana. 1939. Economic annuals and human cultures. Cambridge, 152 p., illus. Contains discussions on several Mexican plants. 1941. "A new Scaphyglottis from Mexico." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 10(2): 48-49.) S. pumüa from San Luís Potosí. AMES, Oakes, and Louis O. WILLIAMS. 1941a. "Two Mexican Habenarias." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 10(3): 59-60.) H. umbratilis from San Luís Potosí and H. entomantha (La Llave et Lex.) Lindley var. subauriculata (Robins, and Greenm.) Ames and Williams, n. comb. AMES, Oakes. 1942. "Orchids in retrospect." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 11(4): 103106, illus.) As seen in early literature. AMES, Oakes, and Donovan S. CORRELL. 1943. "Notes on American orchids." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 11 ( 1 ) : 1-28, illus.) The only species found in Mexico are: Xylobium concavum (Lindl.) Hemsley, Odontoglossum convallarioides (Schltr.) Ames and Correll n. comb., O. guatemalense Schlecter, O. wentwortheanum Bateman ex Lindl. var. tenue (Lindl.) Ames and Correll n. comb., and Ornithocephalus inflexus Lindl. 1943a. "Studies in Habenaria and Dichaea." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 11(3): 57-80, illus.) Includes a section on Dichaea echinocarpa and its allies, on p. 66-80, with the following listed from Mexico: D. intermedia hybr. nov., D. trichocarpa, and D. squarrosa. AMES, Oakes. 1945. "Vanilla." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 14(7): 274-275.) Repr. in Orchids in Retrospect, Cambridge, 1948: 119-122. Historical study. 1946. "The evolution of the orchid flower." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 14(9): 355-360, illus.) AMES, Oakes, and Donovan Stewart CORRELL. 1952-1953. "Orchids of Guatemala." (Fieldiana 2 6 ( 1 / 2 ) : 1-727, illus.; drawings by various individuals.) Includes British Honduras; a detailed study with keys, descriptions, and distributional data; all genera are illustrated. AMEZCUA, Guadalupe Gastelum de. See GASTELUM de AMEZCUA, Guadalupe. UN AMIGO DEL BIEN COMUN. See NENTWIG, Juan, 1762?. UN AMIGO DEL SERVICIO DE DIOS. See NENTWIG, Juan, 1762?. AMMAL, E. K. Janaki. See DARLINGTON, Cyril Dean, and AMMAL, 1945. AMRAM, David Werner, Jr. 1937. "Eastern Chiapas." (Geogr. Rev. 27: 19-36, map., illus.) Discusses the highlands, the subtropical region, and El Desierto (the Lacandon area), with some references to plants. One photograph of Lake Miramar is labeled the first one made. 1948. "Eastern Chiapas revisited." (Geogr. Rev. 38: 120-126, map.) With a brief section on the chicle industry, and the plants substituted for chicle.

ANDA AMSHOFF, G. J. H. See WOODSON, Robert E. et al, 1937-in progress. ANA, Enriqueta Nava Santa. See NAVA SANTA ANA, Enriqueta. ANA, Higinio Vázquez Santa. See VAZQUEZ SANTA ANA, Higinio. ANASTASIA, Guiseppe Emilio. 1906. Le varietà tipiche della Nicotiana tabacum L. Scafati (Salerno), 120 p., illus., 28 pi.—DA. 1914. Araldica Nicotianae. Scafati, 2 vols., one of text with 82 pi.; 2d vol. is all pi—NN. "Nuovo ricerche intorno alla filogenesi delle varietà di N. tabacum L." 1915. "Nuove ricerche intorno alla filogenesi della Nicotiana tabacum L." (Atti Accad. Lincei V, 2 4 ( 1 ) : 1146-1150.) A study of relationships between N. tabacum, N. rustica, and N. petunioides. ANAYA, Canuto. 1912. Estudio sobre la ciudad de Huauchinango. México, 31 p.— SMGE. The second part, by Vicente de P. Andrade, refers briefly to plants. 1918. Bosquejo geográfico histórico de la Diócesi(sic) de Tulancingo. Guadalupe Hidalgo, Distrito Federai, 146 p.—SMGE. With a brief list of plants, cited by common names only. ANAYA IBARRA, Pedro Maria. 1945. (Title omitted from compiler's notes.) (Quim. Farm. 11(96): 38-39.) On José Longinos Martinez. ANCONA, Antonio Pérez. See PEREZ ANCONA, Antonio. ANCONA, Crescencio Carrillo y. Crescencio.


ANCONA, Eligio. See PEREZ, Juan Pio, 1866-1877. ANCONA, Joaquín. 1863. "El algodonero." In El Repertorio Rendón, p. 174, q.v. On Gossypium.

Pintoresco, by Espinosa

ANCONA HERNANDEZ, Leopoldo. See also HUERTA, Laura and ANCONA H., 1938; KAMFFER, Rosa María, and ANCONA H„ 1942. 1930. "Las Lemnáceas y las larvas de los mosquitos." ( An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 1: 33-37, 5 illus.) On their use in inhibiting growth. 1932. "Nuestras Cactaceas se están acabando." Clipping in the Escobar collections, EPA, Cd. Juárez; catalogued under the number 583. Taken from El Nacional de México, April, 1932; precise date not known. With a list of species that should be protected. ANCONA PEREZ, Antonio. 1927. "El Departamento de Agricultura de Washington y la clasificación del henequén." (Henequeneros 1(5-11): 87, 107-108, 129-130, 152-153, 178-179, 200-204, 218-219.) Part 2 is on henequen, part 3 on sisal, part 5 on Fourcroya, and part 6 contains a list of vernacular names. Part 4 quotes from Matthews The textile fibers, q.v. ANCONA PONCE, Ligia 1945. "Breve estudio sobre el elemuy." (Fom. Yucatán 2 ( 2 0 ) : 16, 20.) Also in (Orbe III, No. 6: 17,18). On Guatteria leiophylla. ANDA, F. Ibarra de. See IBARRA de ANDA, F. ANDA, Manuel de. 1883. Informe relativo a la exploración del distrito de Coalcomán. México, 95 p., maps. The section on climate includes a discussion of the flora, according to zones, and a list of plants. ANDA, Manuel. 1905. "Informe del distrito de Coalcomán." (Bol. Soc. Mich. Geog. Est. 1: 157, 165, 170, 178, 186, 194.)



ANDERSON, Alexander Dwight. 1884. Mexico from, the material standpoint. Washington, 156 p., maps, bibl. "A plain statement of facts collected from official and other standard sources." Contains a chapter on agricultural products and one on forest products. 1877. The silver country or the great southwest. New York, 221 p., map, bibl. One chapter on "wealth other than silver and gold"—agricultural products.

ANDERSON, Edgar, and John Jay FINAN. 1945. "Maize in the Yanhuitlàn Codex." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 32: 361-368, illus.) History and description of the document, with a discussion of the kind of maize pictured in it. ANDERSON, Edgar. 1945a. "What is Zea mays?" (Chron. Bot. 9: 88-92.) A report of progress in studies. 1945b. "Pinole." (Herbarist 11: 33-39, illus.) Mainly on its preparation. 1946. "Maize in Mexico—a preliminary survey." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 33: 147-247, illus., diags.) A comparison of various characters as found mainly in the corns of central Mexico (near the capital), in western Mexico (near Guadalajara), and in areas between the two. 1947. "Red seeds for butter coloring." ( Herbarist 13: 29-30. ) Discussion of the uses of Bixa. 1947a. Corn before Columbus. Des Moines, 24 p., 10 pi.—DA. A popular version, with a section on studies of corn history in Mexico. 1950. "Variation in avocados at the Rodiles plantation." (Ceiba 1 ( 1 ) : 50-55, diag.) Near Atlixco, Puebla, Mexico.

ANDERSON, Arthur J. O. See also SAHAGUN, Bernardino, 1575? 1961. "Medical practices of the Aztecs." (Palacio 6 8 ( 2 ) : 113-118.) Based on Sahagún; for a translation of the latter, by the author, see Sahagún, 1575. ANDERSON, Dennis E. 1961. "Taxonomy and distribution of the genus Phalaris." (Iowa St. Jour. Sci. 3 6 ( 1 ) : 1-96, 16 figs. incl. maps, bibl.) Includes history, cytology, phylogeny, key to species, descriptions, and distribution. Species in Mexico include P. minor, P. arundinacea, P. canariensis and P. caroliniana. ANDERSON, Edgar. See also CUTLER, Hugh C., and ANDERSON, 1941: KELLY, Isabel and ANDERSON, 1943; MANGELSDORF, Paul C. and OLIVER, 1951; STONOR, C. R. and ANDERSON, 1949; VARIOUS, 1948; WILSON, Charles Morrow, 1945; ANONYMOUS, 1778.

ANDERSON, Edgar, and Hugh C. CUTLER. 1950a. "Methods of corn popping and their historical significance." (Southw. Jour. Anthrop. 6: 303-308, illus.) With a brief reference to the pop corn of different parts of Mexico. ANDERSON, Edgar. 1955. "A second harvest." (Missouri Bot. Gard. Bull. 4 3 ( 8 ) : 115121, illus.) A study of the corn plant as a typical grass; with analysis of stem, leaf, and flower arrangement. 1959. "Zapalote chico, an important chapter in the history of maize and man." (Actas 33 Cong. Intern. Amer. (San José, Costa Rica): 230-237.) The growth habit of this type seems to be independent of daylight length.

ANDERSON, Edgar, and Karl SAX. 1935. "Chromosome numbers in the Hamamelidaceae and their phylogenetic significance." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 16: 210-215, illus.) Counts are given for 9 species in 6 genera. It is suggested that the Liquidambaroideae might be considered a separate family. 1936. "A cytological monograph of the American species of Tradescantia." (Bot. Gaz. 97: 433-476, 32 figs., incl. maps.) With a table of chromosome numbers, and discussion of the morphology of various genera and species in Commelinaceae. ANDERSON, Edgar, and Hugh Carson CUTLER. 1942. "Races of Zea mays: I. their recognition and classification." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 29: 69-88, illus.) A survey of interracial variability with a section on Mexican pyramidal maize (Zea hirta of Bonafous). For Part 2, see Acta Amer. 1943.

ANDERSON, Edward Frederick. 1958. "A recent field trip in search of Ariocarpus." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 0 ( 6 ) : 171-174, illus., map.) A Spanish version of the article was pubi, in (Cact. Succ. Mex. 3 ( 4 ) : 79-84, 1958), with the title "En busca de Ariocarpus." Description of a trip from the Big Bend Area in Texas through Coahuila, San Luis Potosi, and Querétaro; locations of areas where plants were found are given, as is a list of plants found with the Ariocarpus; the map shows distribution of the genus. A German translation. "Auf der suche nach Ariocarpus," by G. Kauppert, was published in (Kakt. And. Sukk. 1 0 ( 4 ) : 49-53, illus., map (1959).

ANDERSON, Edgar. 1943. "Races of Zea mays; II." (Acta Amer. 1 ( 1 ) : 58-68.) A discussion of general theories as to origin; the emphasis is on cytologic and genetic differences. For Part 1, see Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 1942. ANDERSON, Edgar, and Robert Hayward BARLOW. 1943a. "The maize tribute of Moctezuma's empire." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 30: 413-420, illus.)

1960-1962. "A revision of Ariocarpus (Cactaceae)." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 47: 528-529, 34 figs., bibl.; 4 9 ( 6 ) : 615-622, illus.) The article was translated into German and published in (Kakt. And. Sukk. 12(9-10): 136-139, 148-152, illus., 1961). I. The status of the proposed genus Roseocactus. The genus proposed by Berger is considered a subgenus of Ariocarpus, as proposed by Marshall; into this the author puts the species A. fissuratus. A. retusus is placed in the subgenus Ariocarpus. A less technical version of the original article was published in (Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 3 ( 4 ) : 122-127, illus., 1961 with the title "A study of the proposed genus Roseocactus." II. The status of the proposed genus Neogomesia. The genus is reduced to synonymy under Ariocarpus. A less technical version was published with the tide "A study of the proposed genus Neogomesia" in Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 5 ( 5 ) : 138-145, 1963. 1961. "Un estudio sobre el gènero propuesto Roseocactus." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 6 ( 1 ) : 3-11, illus.) This is a slightly less technical version of the article published in 1960, q.v. ANDERSON, Hugh L. See WHITFIELD, Charles J. and ANDERSON, 1938.

With a list of provinces as they appear in the Codex Mendocino, the second part of which is a copy of the "matrícula de tributos." This is followed by a discussion of the size of the tribute, the interval of payment, and the area from which the tribute was collected. ANDERSON, Edgar. 1943b. "Some Indian uses of corn." (Gard. Club Amer. Bull. VIII 16: 18-19.) On Zea. 1944. "Notes on variation in Ttthonto* tubo^forTnis.** (Aww, IbtissotiTi Bot. Gard. 31: 239-240, diag.) Study conducted in San Pedro Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, México, on the variation in ray number, ray length, ray width, and corolla color in 20 plants. 1944a. "Maíz reventador." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 31:301-314, illus., map.) A study of plants from Jalisco, and their progeny cultivated in California, with a discussion of the distribution of the variety, past and present. 87



ANDERSON, Kate Peel. 1923. "Flowering trees and shrubs of the lower Rio Grande." ( Amer. For. 29: 351-358, 377, illus.) Description, common names, and some scientific names. ANDERSSEN, Julius. 1890. "Ueber die einfuehrung des sesam oel in Mexico." ( Mitt. Deut. Wiss. Ver. Mexico 1 ( 2 ) : 56-57.) Reports on the development of the industry by Wilhelm Frank around 1845; previously only small quantities of the plants were grown around Iguala.

1878. "Estudio sobre el Eucaliptus Thesis Univ. Puebla.

On Saccharum, Imperata, Miscanthus, and Erianthus; with a key for genera, and a synopsis and description of species. Imperata hookeri Rupr. is described as a new species from Mexico. 1857. "Slaegtet Trachtjpogon." (Oefver. Sv. Vet. Akad. Foer 14: 4552.) Includes a description of a new species, T. preslei from Mexico. 1860. "Salices boreali Americanae." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 4: 50-78.) A synopsis of North American willows, with descriptions of species and varieties. 1867. Monographia Salicum. Holmae, 180 p., 9 pl.-NNBG. (Sv. Vet. Akad. Handl. 6 ( 1 ) . ) Includes Mexican species. ANDES, Louis Edgar. 1896. Vegetable fats and oils. London, 1925, 4th ed., 415 p., 104 illus., ed by Herbert Birthwhistle Stocks. Trans, by Charles Salter from the German ed. of 1897. The original ed., entided Vegetabilische fette und oele, was pubi, in Wien, 1896. Table gives names of plants from which the materials are obtained, and the country of origin.

ANDRE, Edouard. 1861. "Le ceratozamier du Mexique." (Rev. Hort, (no vol. no.): 387-391, illus.) Description of Ceratozamia mexicana; mentions also Dion (sic) Lindley, Platyzamia Zucc., and Zamia muricata Willd. 1866. Les plantes a feuillage ornémental. Paris, 2d ed., 256 p., illus. Listed alphabetically by scientific names of the genus, with descriptions and list of important species, giving place of origin. 1872. "Le cierge géant du Mexique." (Illus. Hort. 19:262-264, illus.) Description, distribution, and use of Cereus gigantea Engelm. 1877. " L e Reana luxurians." (Illus. Hort. 24: 21.) Reports that Euchlaena mexicana is being cultivated under the name of R. luxurians. Reviews controversy of an earlier year; see Fournier earlier articles. 1878. "Distribution géographique des palmiers." (Illus. Hort. 25: 94-97.) Distribution is summarized by regions with the numbers of species in each; 80 are assigned to Mexico. 1887. "Fructification du Brahea nitida." (Rev. Hort. 59:344-346, illus. Repr. as Brahea nitida, in Bull. Soc. Tose. Ort. 12: 304306, illus., 1887.) "La patrie de cette plante ne nous est pas connue, mais tout porte a croire que c'est du Mexique qu'elle est originaire." 1889, "Le centenaire du Dahlia." (Rev. Hort. 61: 523-524; repr. as "El centenario de la Dalia," in Rev. Agr. 6: 277-278, 18901891.) Historical sketch, anticipating the anniversary in 1902. ( 1889a.) Bromeliaceae Andreanae. Paris, 118 p., 40 pi. including one map. Br. Mus. cites the date as ( 1891 ). "Description et histoire des Broméliacées recoltées dans la Colombie, l'Ecuador, et le Venezuela." 1901. "Agave langlassei." (Rev. Hort. 73: 349-350, illus.). Description of a new species received with Mexican orchids and bromeliads from M. Micheli. 1901a. "Pitcairnia micheliana." (Rev. Hort. 73:576-577, illus.) Description of a new species collected by Langlasse in Michoacân.

ANDOUARD, Ambroise. 1864. Etude sur les Convolvulacées purgatives. Paris, 83 p. Thesis on jalap, or mechoacán; covers history, description, uses, and early writers on the subject. ANDRACA, Antonio Flores. See FLORES ANDRACA, Antonio. See CERVERA ANDRADE, Ale-

ANDRADE, Francisco J . 1958. "La cera de candelilla de México." 150, illus., map.)

( Chapingo

Botany, distribution, and uses of Euphorbia

Puebla, 16 p.

ANDRADE, Vicente de Paula. See also ANAYA, Canuto, 1912; SANCHEZ de AGUILAR, Pedro, 1639. 1909. Alfajayucan. México, 20 p., 2d ed., corrected and enlarged; read at Soc. Mex. Geog. Est., Aug. 13 and Sept. 14, 1908.-NN. Quotes P. Ponce, franciscano, who wrote a report of a visit there in 1875, stating that the Indians live mainly on mezquite and maguey honey, which they trade for corn. 1911. Chilapa. México, 92 p. With a list of plants common in the region near Chilpancingo, in Guerrero. 1914. Mi excursion a Chiapas. Guadalupe Hidalgo, D. F., 114 p., bibl.; read in the Soc. Mex. Geog. Est., Jan. 15, Feb. 12, 1914.—Bibliot. Méx., Basave Coll. With references to plants seen on the way.

ANDERSSON, Nils Johan. 1855. "Om de med Saccharum beslaegtade genera." ( Oefv. Sv. Vet. Akad. Foer. 12: 151-167.)

ANDRADE, Alejandro Cervera. jandro.

(sic) globulus."

1 1 ( 7 1 ) : 121cerifera.

ANDRADE, José. 1863. "Memoria sobre el cultivo del algodón." ( Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. 10: 619-659, 1 pl. in Vol. 11.) Repr. as a separate, México, 1865, 43 p. illus. and also in (Mexicano 1: 221, 229, 238, 245, 253, 262, 269, 278, 285, 294, 303, 1866, and in Cultivador, II, 1: 146, 174, 206, 252, 290, 337, 362, 397, 1875-1876, as "Cultivo del algodón"). See also Collantes, A. E., and J. Alfaro, 1870.

ANDREAE, W. See also HUEBNER, Wolfgang, 1932. 1950. "Kakteen." (Kosmos 46: 24-25, illus.) General article with good illustrations.

Includes history of the plant, its distribution and description, including varieties. ANDRADE, José María. See DIEZ de la CALLE, Juan, 1646; ANONYMOUS, 1853-1856.

ANDRES, Heinrich. 1910. "Die Pirolaceae des Aschersonschen Herbariums." (Abh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brand. 52: 90-95.) With a key to 4 species of Monotropa and a discussion of M. coccinea from Mexico, which is made a subspecies. 1914. "Studien zur speziellen systematik der Pirolaceae." (Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschr. 64: 45-50, 232-254, illus.) Subsektion II, Alefeldiana, includes species from Mexico.

ANDRADE, Manuel J. 1946. "Materials on the Huastec language." Microfilm Coli. Mss. Middle Amer. Cult. Anthrop., No. 9; at the Univ. Chicago. Introd. by Mark Hanna Watkins. The material consists of transcriptions (typed) of 23 records (from a collection of 32) and 9 notebooks (handwritten). Numerous vocabularies, some arranged alphabetically, are included.

1914(1915). "Piroleen-studien." (Abh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brand. 56: 1-76, 194, illus., bibl. ) Covers morphology, geographic distribution (6 genera from

ANDRADE, Manuel Mesa. See MESA ANDRADE, Manuel. ANDRADE, Nemorio.



ANDRESEN Mexico), and taxonomy, with a summary of subfamilies, sections, subsections, tribes, subtribes, genera, and some species. 1923. "Studien zur speciellen svsteinatik der Pirolaceae." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 19: 209-224.) "Revision der gattung Ramischia Opiz," with a key, descriptions, and distribution. Includes Ramischia secunda and its var. elatior both from Mexico. ANDRESEN, John W„ and John Homer BEAMAN. 1961. "A new species of Pinus from Mexico." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 42: 437-441, illus.) P. culminicola from Cerro Potosí in Neuvo León. ANDREWS, E. C. 1913. "The development of the natural order Myrtaceae." (Proc. Linn. Soc. New S. Wales 38: 529-568.) With a section on distribution, in which a chart lists tropical America (not subdivided for detail), a section on earlier forms of Myrtaceae and their home, and a review of differentiation in the family since Cretaceous times. 1914. "The development and distribution of the natural order Leguminosae." (Proc. R. Soc. New S. Wales 48:333-407, bibl.) With a section which reviews the systematics of the family, another on geographic distribution in which North America exclusive of Mexico is listed and Mexico is completely omitted, one on the distribution of related genera, and one on the history of differentiation in the family since the Cretaceous area. Emphasis is on the Old World. ANDREWS, Enriqueta (also as Henrietta). 1950. Vocabulario Otomí de Tasquillo, Hidalgo. México, 82 p., illus. (by Catarina Voigtlander), map.—PPAP. 1954-1955. "Otomí place names in the state of México." (Rev. Mex. Est. Antrop. 1 4 ( 1 ) : 161-164.) Etymology of the names and their modern Mexican equivalents. ANDREWS, Henry C. 1797-1811 (1815?). The botanists' repository for new and rare plants. London, 10 vols. Reissued, 1816. For precise dates of publication, see Britten (Jour. Rot. 54: 236, 1916). Contains description, characteristics, history, and a plate to illustrate each plant. ANDREWS, Henry N(athaniel), and Paul H. ALLEN. 1947. "Epiphytes—plants of the tree tops." (Missouri Rot. Gard. Bull. 3 5 ( 7 ) : 151-160, illus.) A general article on structure, adaptations, and distribution; families with important representatives in the epiphytes are listed. ANDRIEUX. See also VILMORIN-ANDRIEUX. ANDRIEUX et COMPAGNIE, Vilmorin-. DRIEUX et COMPAGNIE.



ANDRUS, S. Glen. 1903. "The development of tropical agriculture." (Natl. Mag. 17: 485-492.) Mainly on agriculture in Mexico, with a discussion of the most important crops. ANDUAGA CALDERON, Matilde. 1947. "Estudio económico y social de la Huasteca Veracruzana." México, 166 p. Thesis ENE. With a section on agricultural products. ANGELES, Eleuterio Espinosa. See ESPINOSA ANGELES, Eleuterio. ANGELES, Roberto Villaseñor. Roberto.




ANGELES SANCHEZ, Artemio. 1950. "Informe médico zootécnico del distrito Villa Alta, Oaxaca." México, 44 p. Thesis ENMVZ. A list of plants, with common and scientific names, but with many errors, is included. ANGELY, Joáo, ed.


1956-1960. Catálogo e estatistica dos géneros fanerogámicos. Issued as a publication of the Inst. Paranense Bot., Curitiba, beginning with No. 1 in 1956 and reaching No. 52 (still in progress), in 1960. Data for each family are given by various contributors, for the complete list of whom, see the latest issue. ANGHIERA, Pietro Martire d\ See MARTIRE d'ANGHIERA, Pietro. ANGLERIA, Pedro Martyr de. See MARTIRE d'ANGHIERA, Pietro. ANGUIANO GOCHIT, Carlos. 1948. "El cultivo de la papa y sus problemas en el Estado de Guanajuato." Cd. Juárez, 59 p. Thesis EPA. On Solanum


ANGULO, Alvaro Pavia. See PAVIA ANGULO, Alvaro. ANGULO, Esteban. 1936. "El cultivo del garbanzo en Sinaloa." Cd. Juárez, 62 p. Thesis EPA. On Cicer. ANGULO, Josef Joachín. 1777. "Noticias de San Pedro Guiathoni del Obispado de Oaxaca." N.p., 5 lvs., ms, M.N. Méx., Leg. 100, No. 90, Col. P. y T. ANGULO, Josefina Garnica. See GARNICA ANGULO, Josefina. ANKERMANN, Fritz. 1927. "Die phylogenie der Monocotyledonen." (Bot. Arch. 19: 1-78, illus., bibl.) Based on morphology. ANTHONY, A. W. See BRANDEGEE, Townshend Stith, 1889; HANNA, G. Dallas, and ANTHONY, 1923. ANTHONY, Mrs. C. E. See BARRETT, Otis Warren, 1903. ANTHONY, Margery. 1954. "Ecology of the Opuntiae in the Big Bend region of Texas." (Ecology 35: 334-347, illus.) Description of the area, climate, and plant associations, with a table of the presence of Opuntias in various associations and a discussion of the factors influencing local distribution of Opuntiae. ANTHOS. 1896-1897. "El chilpanxochitl." (Rev. Agr. 12: 215-216.) Mainly on the medicinal uses of Lobelia laxiflora. ANTIGA y ESCOBAR, Juan. 1896. Estudio sobre el jequirity. Medical thesis on Abrus

México, 30 p.—BN Méx. precatorius.

ANTILLON, Antonio Piñón. See PINON ANTILLON, Antonio. ANTILLON, Isidore (Isidro) d'Atondo or Otondo. See OTONDO y ANTILLON, Isidore. ANTILLON A., Héctor. 1947. "El cultivo del manzano." Cd. Juárez, 50 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Malus (Pyrus) malus. ANTOINE, Franz. 1840-1841. Die Coniferen. Wien, 112 p., 11 parts, 55 (i.e. 56) p l DA. Includes history, descriptions, synonymy, and localities. 1884. Phyto-iconographie der Bromeliaceen. Wien, 54 p. 35 col. pi.— DA. On plants growing in the Royal Garden of Vienna; with explanatory text for the plates. ANTULO y BERMUDEZ, Angel de. 1787. "Sobre las propiedades medicinales del estafiate." (Gaz. Méx. 1: 193-194.) Plant is identified variously as Ambrosia, Artemisia, and Franseria. ANTUNEZ E., Diodoro, and Manuel MALDONADO KOERDELL. 1940. "Historia de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas." (Bol. Esc. Nac. Cieñe. Biol. Méx. 1 ( 1 ) : 21-25; ( 2 ) : 31-35, and ( 3 ) : 27-34, 1941; no more publ.)



ANTZ, Carolus Caesar. 1836. Tabaci historia-disse.tatio inaugurate. Berlin, 58 p., with a 4 p. biography of the author as an app. bibl.—NN. With a detailed history of the plant, and references to early writers.

ARA, Domingo de 1*. See ARA, Domingo de.

ANZA, Juan Bautista. See BOLTON, Herbert Eugene (18th cent.).

ARAEZ, Duarte Madeyra. See MADEIRA ARRAIS, Duarte.

ANZA ESQUIVEL, Francisco. 1939. "El cultivo del cacahuate y su industrialización." Cd. Juárez, 46 p. Thesis EPA. On Arachis.

ARAGO, Buenaventura. 188-1882. "Guia del cultivador." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 2:310-313; 3: 319, 336, 352, 381, 399, 433, 451, 463, 477, 541, 556, 573; 4: 10, 24, 45, 56, 74, 93, 142, 161, 212, 223, 2 3 9 . ) - L N H T With an elementary outline on botany and separate sections on special plants.

APPELIUS, Mario 1931. El águila de Chapultepec. Barcelona, 430 p., illus. Trans, by Gonzálo Calvo from the Italian. Original was not seen. Travel book, with an interesting description of the forest regions of Chiapas. APPUN, Karl Ferdinand. 1871. "Tropische vegetationsbilder." (Aus Allen Welttheilen 345, 356-361, illus.)

2: 342-

Based on northern South America, but plants described in great detail, with scientific names, are found, in large part, in Mexico. APT, F. W. 1921. "Beitraege zur kenntnis der Mittelamerikanischen Smilaceen und sarsaparilldrogen." (Ber. Deut. Pharm. Ges. 31: 155-178.) History, etymology, chemistry, pharmacology, and systematics; the latter section includes morphology, a key to Central American species, and descriptions with distribution. Three new species are described from Mexico: S. gymnopoda, S. kerberi, and S. ornata. The systematic section was reprinted in (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 18: 385-422, 1922). AQUINO ARAGON, Josefina. 1955. "Estudio de algunas plantas con propiedades afines." Oaxaca, 39 p., illus. Thesis, Univ. Oax. "Estilos de maíz" and Paletaria (Parietaria) officinalis as diuretics. ARA, Domingo de . See also GUZMAN, Alonso de, 1616. ARA, Domingo de (also cited as Hara, l'Ara and L a r a ) . c. 1571? "Bocabulario en lengua Tzeldal." Copanabastla ?, ms., 164 lvs. (327 p. with p. 225-232 missing). Original is at CU-B, with copies, at ICN and L N H T , made by Gates from the Collectione Americana of Brasseur de Bourbourg. From Tzeldal to Spanish; from p. 274 to the end there are excerpts of various kinds of information in Tzeldal. According to a ms. at Tulane by Alfredo Barrera Vázquez entitled, "Fray Antonio Aguilar, autor en lengua Tzeltal" ( 3 typed Ivs., Feb. 22, 1935) the real author is Aguilar. He bases this on the following inscription at the end of the ms.: "Sub correctione santae matris ( ? ) eclesiae (?) fr. Antonius Aguilar scripsit ad honorem Dey (Rey ?) et B. Mr." Another copy, by Alonso de Guzmán, entitled "Bocabulario de lengua Tzeldal," n. p., 1616. 244 p., is at CU-B, with copies at PU-M and ICN. For more information, see the letter from Adela C. Breton to G. B. Gordon, 1918, bound with the PU-M copy of the SpanishTzeldal vocabulary by Ara. ca. 1571a. "Vocabulario de la lengua Española y Tzeldal." Written at Copanabastla (where Ara died in 1571), ms., 198 lvs. This is probably the one listed as No. 33 in the Pinart sale catalogue. -PU. This is Spanish to Tzeldal; the companion volume, Tzeldal to Spanish, q.v., is at CU-B, with copies at ICN and L N H T . T h e copy seen is incomplete and ends with the letter V. The first four pages are in another hand, evidently supplied by Breton from the Guzmán copy, q.v. Details on the history of these vocabularies are given in a letter from Adela C. Breton to G. B. Gordon, 1918, bound with the Pu-M copy of this vocabulary. 1620. "Vocabulario en lengua Tzeldal." Taquinvitz, ms., 221 Ivs.— PU-Mu. Copied by Alonso de Guzmán; item is listed in PU catalogue under Pantaleón Guzmán. This vocabulary is complete to Z but does not have the note signed Aguilar (see Ara, 1571 ?). This is probably item No.

34 in the Pinart sale catalogue listed under Ara. For information on the history of the vocabularies, see letter from Adela C. Breton to G. B. Gordon, 1918, bound with the PU-Mu copy of the Spanish—Tzeldal vocabulary by Ara.

ARAGON, Agustín. See also GALINDO y VILLA, Jesús, 1937. 1904. "Elogio de Don José Antonio Alzate y Ramírez." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Méx. Ani. Alzate 21: (Rev. Cient) 25-32.) Biography. 1941. "El Valle de Chilpancingo." México, 11 typed p. at SMGE. With some references to the plants in the area. ARAGON, Alfredo. 1921. "Le Mexique." (L'Echo Mex. 1 ( 1 ) : 2-4, ( 2 ) : 3-6, ( 3 ) : 13-14, illus.) From the book Le trofie international par le Mexique. With a section on the flora, arranged by uses; also a chart giving common names and scientific names, appropriate climate, and uses; one section is on cultivated crops. ARAGON, F. Barras y. See BARRAS y ARAGON, F. ARAGON, Jacobo. 1931. "Una planta silvestre." (Agronómica 1 ( 2 ) : 6-10.) "Que substituye ventajosamente al yute." On Sida rhombifolia, malvavisco, with reports on experiments carried out by Jenaro Montiel Olvera in San Luís Potosí. ARAGON, Josefina Aquino. See AQUINO ARAGON, Josefina. ARAGON, Manrique. n.d.( 1939?). El popalax. México, 21 p.-Bibliot. F. Guerra. A medical study of Brosimum galactodendron. ARAGON, Manuel. See also NICHOLLS, Henry Alfred Alford, 1891. 1898. "Farmacología y farmacia." (Farmacia 7 ( 4 ) : 73-77.) On various Mexican plants that produce harmful effects on man and animals. ARAGON, Salvador ( F . ? ) . See also MALOTTKY, Jorge et al, 1923. 1924. "Curtiduría." C. Juárez, 40 p. Thesis, EPA. With descriptions of plants used in tanning. ARAGON ARAGON, Jorge. 1945. "Contribución al estudio del problema forestal del Parque Nacional Cofre de Perote, Ver." México, 64 typed p., map. Thesis, ENA. With a chapter on the history and botany of the area. ARAGON GAMIOCHIPI, Altagracia. See also BACHSTEZ, Marcel and ARAGON, 1941. 1938. Contribución al estudio del arroz. México, 44 p. IB Méx. With the emphasis on chemistry and pharmacy. ARAGON LEIVA, Agustín. 1942. "El ingreso del Pbro. José Antonio de Alzate y Ramírez en la Academia Real de Ciencias de París." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 55: 191-212.) Includes the letter sent by Alzate on various Mexican plaDts, from Mexico to Paris; also a discussion of "el viaje a California del Abate Jean Chappe d'Auteroche." ARAGON LEIVA, Pablo. 1938. Apicultura moderna. México, 379 p., illus., bibl. A second ed. was pubi, in 1945. A chapter on "la flora melífera" contains a catalogue of honey plants, prepared by Luís López. This is divided into plants of cold and temperate climates, and those of warm climates, listed alphabetically by common names with scientific equivalents. ARAICO, José Remus. See PEREZ-CIRERA, Ramón and ARAICO, 1942.



ARAISA, Alejandro V. 1947. "El cultivo del naranjo en el Estado de Nuevo León." ( Rancho Méx. 3 ( 1 8 ) : 6-10, illus.; ( 1 9 ) : 17-20; ( 2 0 ) : 33-37; ( 2 1 ) : 4245, 80; ( 2 3 ) : 49-52, 61.) On Citrus aurantium.

ARCINIEGA, Anastasio. 1941. Tasquillo, Hidalgo—monografía del pueble. Bibliot. Públ. Pachuca. With a section on the flora.

ARAMBURO, Fernando. 1892. "Tecnología microscópica de fibras textiles." (Bol. Agr. Min. Ind. Méx. 2 ( 3 , 4, 5, 6, 7 ) : 275-298, 333, 265, 259, 271.) ARANA, María de los Angeles Rodríguez. See RODRIGUEZ ARANA, María de los Angeles.

ARCO G., Oscar del. 1948. "El cultivo del cacao en Pichucalco, Chiapas." (Invest. Econ. 8 ( 3 ) : 229-249.) With a history of its culture, and a description of the types cultivated.

ARCINIEGA, Ricardo Pozas. See POZAS ARCINIEGA, Ricardo.

ARANDA, Joachim (Joaquín) de. See VARIOUS, 1873. ARANDA DIAZ, Pedro. 1889. "La esparteina." (Estudio 1 ( 1 2 ) : 177-184.) The plant source, known as rétama ó esparto, as Spartium, Genista, or Spartiantus.

N.p., 48 p., illus.—

ARDAGH, John. See LAMBERT, Aylmer Bourke, RENKEMA, H. W. and ARDAGH, 1928-1931.

ARDITTI, Joseph. 1961. "Cycnoches ventricosum Batem. var. chlorochilon (Klotzsch) P. H. Allen comb. nov. (Ceiba 9 ( 2 ) : 11-22, illus., bibl.) Description, classification, habitat, distribution, and culture.

is identified

ARANDES, Vicente Candel. See CANDEL ARANDES, Vicente.

ARDOIS, Germán Somolinos d\ Germán.

ARANGA, Jaime Jaramillo. See JARAMILLO ARANGA, Jaime. ARANGO, Andrés Posada-. See POSADA-ARANGO, Andrés.





ARANZUBIA, Ricardo de la Peña. See PENA ARANZUBIA, Ricardo de la.

ARECHIPA, Antonio Xavier de. cent. ).

ARAOZ, Fray Francisco Xavier de. 1598. "Vocabulario Mexicano." N.p., ms., 274 p.—LHNT. Gates gives the date as 1778, but at the end of the ms. the date written is 1598. Another ms. at ICN, attributed to Francisco Araoz, 236 p., 1598 is difficult to read in places. Perhaps this is the one listed by Viñaza of the same date, but 276 p.

See VARGAS REA, Luís (18th

ARELLANO, A. R. V. See VARIOUS, 1960 b. ARELLANO, Armando Lugo. See LUGO ARELLANO, Armando. ARELLANO, Cordelia Vega. See VEGA ARELLANO, Cordelia. ARELLANO, Genoveva Sigala. See SIGALA ARELLANO, Genoveva.



ARAUJO, Antonio Camacho. See CAMACHO ARAUJO, Antonio.

ARELLANO, Valente. See VARIOUS, 1960 b.

ARAUJO, Fulgencio. See VALDES, Manuel Antonio, 1796, 1798. ARBER, Agnes Robertson. See also SARGANT, Ethel and ARBER, 1905, 1915. 1925. Monocotyledons, a morphological study. Cambridge, England, 258 p., 1 pl., 160 fig. With a chapter on taxonomy, and its interpretation. 1934. The Gramineae. Cambridge, England, 480 p., 212 figs., bibl.— DA. With a chapter on cereals of the New World and one on maize. ARBER, Edward. See also CHILTON, John, 1565-1585; Richard, 1555; INGRAM, David, 1682.


ARELLANO BELLOC, Alejandro. 1932. "Cultivo del cocotero." Chapingo, 58 typed p., map. Thesis ENA. On Cocos nucífera. ARELLANO BELLOC, A., y F. ESPINOSA AGUILAR. 1939. La producción de uva en México. México, 80 p., charts; ms. is at SMGE. It was publ. by Banco Nac. Créd. Agrie.— BN Méx. With a description of the varieties. ARENAS, G. González. See GONZALEZ ARENAS, G.


ARENAS, Simón Osorio. See OSORIO ARENAS, Simón.

ARBOL y BONILLA, José. 1889. Memoria sobre la agricultura y sus productos en el Estado de Zacatecas. Zacatecas, 168 p.—DWB. A general description of the area is followed by a consideration of the production of native plants, in general. A third section considers specific plants: sugar, grapes, maguey, and mescal. A special section on maize provides a table and keys to varieties of maize. In addition, there is a list of plants, cited by common and scientific names, a list of fruits and vegetables, and a list of trees of the warm and of the cold regions.

ARENAS BOLANOS, Virginia. 1938. "Digital." Oaxaca, 14 typed p. Thesis. Bibliot. Públ. Oaxaca. ARENDALE, Sarah Kahlder. See VINES, Robert A., 1960. ARENDT, Paul? 1891-1892. "Anhalonium lewinii Hennings." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 1: 93-94, illus. facing p. 90. ) Publ. anonymously. Quotes description from Gartenflora (see Hennings), but says the illustration here given is from fresh material, while the first illustration was from dried material. 1891-1892a. "Einteilung der kakteen nach dem Salmschen system." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 1: 156-167.) Publ. anonymously. Divided into two main groups: Cacteae tubulosae and Cacteae rotatae; then into tribes, genera, groups, and species. ARENES, J. 1948. "Sur trois genres Américains de Malpighiacées étrangers a flore Malgache." (Not. Syst. 1 3 ( 3 ) : 165-166.) Echinopterys eglandulosa (Juss.) Small, Galphimia angustífolia Benth var. oblongifolia (A. Gray) Nied., and Janusía scandens (Dub. et Dop.) J. Ar. were attributed to the Madagascar flora through incorrect labeling of some specimens sent from Kew to Paris. AREVALO, Antonio Sánchez. See SANCHEZ AREVALO, Antonio. AREVALO, Ricardo. See also VILLADA, Manuel M., 1891-1892. 1887. "Estudio sobre la corteza de copalchi." ( Nueva Recop. Monog. in An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 2: 66-70, 1897); publ. originally as a separate, México, 1887. On Croton niveus.

1894. Guía del professor sobre ciencias físicas y naturales. Zacatecas, 2 vols. (473 p., 544 p. ).-Bibliot. M. Maldonado. With a section on botany in vol. 1, and a section on useful plants and agriculture in vol. 2. ARCANGELI, Giovanni. 1891. "Nettarii fiorali mostruosità e processo d'impolinazione nel Sechium edule." (Nuovo Gior. Bot. Ital. 23: 338-342.) ARCE, Esther Quintero. See QUINTERO ARCE, Esther. ARCEO MOLINA, José. 1940. "Cultivo é industrialización del cocotero." Cd. Juárez, 60 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Cocos nucífera. ARCH, Juan Montserrat y. See MONTSERRAT y ARCH, Juan. ARCHER, Thomas Croxen. 1865. Profitable plants. London, 359 p., 20 col. pl.-MoBG. Plants are classified according to use with common and scientific names, family, place of origin, description, and use. 91




AREVALO VAZQUEZ, Arturo. 1951. Monografía de San Fernando. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, 24 p.— — — Bibliot. Frans Blom. With a brief section on flowers, by common names only. ARGENTA, Vicente Martin de. See MARTIN de ARGENTA, Vicente. ARGUELLES, Adalberto J. 1910. Reseña del Estado de Tamaulipas. Cd. Victoria, 326 p., illus. A chapter on the flora contains a list of plants, classified according to families, with common and scientific names. Lists are also given, classified according to use; e.g., fruits, ornamental plants, medicinal plants. In the latter, plants are cited with common and scientific names. One chapter is devoted to crop plants; from this the section on cotton was reproduced in Agr. Mex. 31: 40-42, 1911. ARGUELLES, Joseph Montes. See MONTES ARGUELLES, Joseph. ARIAS, Alfonso Contreras. See CONTRERAS ARIAS, Alfonso. ARIAS, Antonio Sandalio de. See SANDALIO de ARIAS, Antonio. ARIAS, Carlos Chávez. See CHAVEZ ARIAS, Carlos. ARIAS CARVAJAL, Pío. n.d. Plantas que curan y plantas que matan. México, 288 p., illus., Barcelona ed., 367 p., 1911 ( DLC ). With lists of plants, their descriptions, and useful or harmful effects. ARIAS de BENAVIDES, Pedro. 1567. Secretos de chirurgia. Valladolid, 165 lvs.—NNH. Chapters on many American plants—gargaparrilla, guayacán, ruybarbo de la Indias, rayzes del Mechoacán, bálsamo de la Indias, azeyte de liquidambar, tequemahaca (tacamahaca), maguey, tunas, etc. ARIAS LUXAN, Pedro. See VARIOUS (1579-1581). ARIAS PORTILLO, Pedro. n.d. (1944?). "La región devastada por el Volcán de Paricutín." N.p., 69 typed p., 12 photos., map, charts. Thesis ENA. With a list of the trees of the region, cited by common and scientific names. ARIAS y SAAVEDRA, Antonio. See SANTOSCOY, Alberto, 16491769. ARIES, Robert S. and José SERRANO, Jr. 1947. "Summary of Mexican paper industry." (Paper Indust. World 2 9 ( 1 ) : 69-71.) One table gives the areas of pine timber, by states.


ARIZMENDI, Andrés Buenaventura de Elexalde. See E L E X A L D E ARIZMENDI, Andrés Buenaventura de. ARJONA DIAZ, Altagracia. 1906. "Estudio sobre el cordobán." Oaxaca, 23 p. Thesis. Inst. Oaxaca. On Pedilanthus pavonis, emphasizing the chemistry. A study of gross morphology and anatomy is included. ARJONA P., Francisco. 1923. "Ligeras consideraciones sobre las quinas." Thesis Chem., UNAM. On plants used as a source of quinine.

México, 20 p.

ARJONA REYES, Vicente. 1933. "Moderne Mexikanische flechtarbeiten nach alten Vorbildern." (Faserforschung 1 0 ( 2 ) : 122-129.) Trans, by Victor A. Reko. Description of types of braiding and discussion of the materials used: henequén, lechuguilla, zapupe, various palms (with common and scientific names), various bromeliads (with common and scientific names), Abutilón triquestrum (pelotazo), and Heliocarpus (jonote). ARMAS, Isais. 1897. "Vocabulario breve de la lengua Maya." N.p., ms., 53 lvs.— LNHT. With a separate list for plants, ff. 49-52. ARMAS, Juan Ignacio de. See ZAYAS ENRIQUEZ, R„ 1883. ARMAS, Julio Oliva de. See OLIVA de ARMAS, Julio.

ARMENDARIS, Eduardo. See ARMENDARIZ, Eduardo. ARMENDARIZ, Eduardo. See abo ALTAMIRANO, F„ 1893; 1904c; VARIOUS, 1895 (1897); 1895-1908; VILLADA, Manuel M„ 1914. 1892. "Análisis de las semillas de yoloxochitl." (Estudio 4 ( 8 ) : 248251.) Study of Talauma mexicana with the emphasis on the chemistry. 1893. "Una nueva aplicación de la fotografía." (Naturaleza II, 2: 324.) On taking pictures of cross sections of roots of jicama de Aureliano Rivera (not identified or described); the plant is suggested as a cure for typhus. 1894. "Simonillo." (An. Inst. Med. Nac. Méx. 1: 225-227.) On Conyza filaginoides; includes a histologic study of the plant by A. Cano y Alcacio, on p. 226. 1894a. "Apuntes acerca de una contra hierba en México." (Naturaleza II, 2: 380-382.) Also in (Gac. Méd. Méx. III, 9: 187191, 1914). On Psoralea pentaphylla, with a description and a study of its chemical composition. 1895. Datos para la materia médica Mexicana. México. Part 1 (see main entry under Various, 1895-1908), illus. Armendaris did the following: el inguande (Bocconia arbórea), p. 5-33; el cuachichi (Garrya racemosa), p. 183-192; la raíz del oso (Valeriana ceratophylla), p. 201-209; los cuajiotes, (Bursera sp. ), p. 375-388. ARMENDARIZ, Eduardo, & Manuel M. VILLADA. 1897. "Necesidad de la conservación de los bosques." (Naturaleza II, 2: 3-10, app. ) (ARMENDARIZ?, E . ) 1904. "Lista de las negativas de las plantas del Herbario del Instituto." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 6: (part 2 ) : 102-105.) The work is cited by Guerra under the name Vergara Lope; it was publ. anonymously. Negatives are numbered 223-288, with 4 or more plants on a negative. 1904a. "La pinguica." In Informe que rinde (al Sr. Sec. Fom.) el Director del Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx.: 54-65. On Arctostaphylos. 1906. "Algunos garbancillos de México." (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 8: 213-219.) Repr. in (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 32: 82-85, 1908). Descriptions of Lupinus leonensis, Astragalus humboldtii, an unidentified Astragalus, and an unidentified Brongniartia. Emphasis is on the chemistry of the plants, "desde el punto de vista de su acción tóxica." 1912. "Apuntes para el estudio del tabaquillo." (Gac. Méd. Méx. III, 7: 667-674.) Identified as Calamintha


ARMENDARIZ, José Morales. See MORALES ARMENDARIZ, José. ARMENGOL, Luís Granier. See GRANIER ARMENGOL, Luís. ARMER, Laura Adams. 1934. Cactus. New York, 102 p., 50 illus. by Sidney Armer. Descriptions of selected plants, each with common name, habitat, and culture. ARMER, Sidney. See ARMER, Laura Adams, 1934. ARMILLAS, Pedro. See also WEST, Robert C., and ARMILLAS, 1950. 1949. "Un pueblo de artesanos en la Sierra Madre del Sur, Estado de Guerrero." (Amér. Indig. 9: 237-244, illus.) With information about the plants used in pottery making; common names are given for most, with scientific names for some. 1949a. "Notas sobre sistemas de cultivo en Mesoamérica." (An. Inst. Nac. Ant. Hist. Méx. (for 1947-1948), VI, 3: 85-113.) "Cultivos de riego y humedad" (those lands which are periodically inundated) "en la cuenca del Rio de las Balsas"; with discussion of the plants suited for each method; special attention is given to irrigated crops. A table of plants cultivated in the Balsas basin, 1469-1586, is also included.


ARMIN ARMIN, Th. See WITTER, Marina Krebs, 1865. ARMSTRONG, W. C. 1937. "Cactus native to Mexico." (Cad. Succ. Jour. 9 ( 3 ) : 40-41.) Photographs of 34 different species. ARNAO, Vicente Gonzalez. See GONZALEZ ARNAO, Vicente. ARNOLD, Channing, and FROST, Frederick J. Tabor. 1909. The American Egypt. New York, 391 p., illus. With one chapter on the flora and fauna, and another especially on henequen. ARNOLD, Chester Arthur. See also GUNDERSEN, Alfred, 1950. 1953. "Origin and relationship of the cycads." (Phytomorphology 3: 51-65, illus., bibl. ) Reviews the history of studies of the group, and its distribution, past and present. ARNOLD, Paul. 1955. "Achimenes mexicana." (Baileya 3: 168-171, illus.) Clarification of the nomenclature and synonymy. ARNOTT, George Arnott Walker. See also HOOKER, William Jackson and ARNOTT 1830-1841. ARNOTT, George Arnott Walker, and Joannis ROEPER. 1834. "Historia Balsaminearum systematica." (Linnaea 9: 112-124, illus.) A general study. ARNOTT, G. A. Walker. 1841. "On the Cucurbitaceae." (Jour. Bot. 3: 271-280.) A taxonomic arrangement of the family, down to genera, with some of the species listed. ARNOTT, Howard J. 1962. "The seed, germination, and seedling of Yucca." ( Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 35(1): 1-64, 33 pl., 213 figs., bibl.) (ARPI, Mario d'), pseud. 1924. Messico. Bergamo, 182 p., 147 illus., 2 color pl., 2 maps.—NN. With a section on the native flora and one on agriculture. According to editor of L'Echo du Mexique 5 ( 5 7 ) : 4, 1925, "l'annee dernière a paru en Italie un livre intitulé 'Messico' écrit par Mario d'Arpi, pseudonyme d'une haute personalité Mexicaine dont nous ne sommes malheureusement pas autorisés a révéler le nom." ARQUIMBAU, Ramón Masferrer y. See MASFERRER y ARQUIMBAU, Ramón. ARRAEZ, Duarte Madeira. See MADEIRA ARRAIS, Duarte. ARRAIS ( ARRAIZ), Duarte Madeira. See MADEIRA ARRAIS, Duarte. ARRANGOIZ, Francisco de. See WILLIAMS, John Jay, 1852. ARREDONDO ESPINOSA, Juana. 1933. Estudio de la Datura arbórea. México, 56 p.—IB Méx. ARREGUI, Domingo Lázaro de. ( 17th cent. ). Descripción de la Nueva Galicia. Sevilla, 1946, 161 p., maps; ed. by François Chevalier; prol. by John Van Home. Publ. Esc. Est. Hisp. Amer., Univ. Sevilla No. 24 ( Ser 3, No. •3). A 17th-century work with a brief section on agriculture and one on native plants. The editor's notes give scientific names for some of the plants. ARREOLA, José Maria. 1934. "Tres vocabularios dialectales de México." (Inv. Ling. 2 ( 5 ) : 428-443). Two for Jalisco; one for Colima. 1935-1936. "Nombres indígenas de lugares del Estado de Jalisco." (Bol. Junta Aux. Jal., Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. 4: 1-27.) "Estudio etimológico." ARREOLA RAMOS, Héctor. 1952. "Cultivo del algodón en Cd. Jiménez, Chihuahua." Cd. Juárez, 46 p. Thesis EPA. On Gossypium.


ARREOLA RAMOS, José. 1950. "Cultivo del frijol." Cd. Juárez, 59 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Phaseolus. ARRIAGA, Antonio. See also VARGAS REA, Luís (18th cent.). 1959. "El Doctor Nicolás León y el Muséo Michoacano." (An. Inst. Nac. Antrop. Hist. Méx. 12(41): 33-38, port.) ARRIAGA, Francisco Javier. 1873. Expediente geográfico-estadístico del distrito de Zacapoaxtla. México, 43 p.—Libr. Porrua. With a section on geography by Francisco Lobato y Huerta, which includes lists of timber trees, medicinal plants, and fruits. ARRIAGA, Francisco Solórzano. See SOLORZANO ARRIAGA, Francisco. 1899. "El Valle de Tenango y Tenango del Valle." (Bol. Cient. Lit. Porfirio Diaz Edo. Méx. 2 (5-8): 62-63, 75-76, 90-91, 105-106.) Is this José Joaquín? With a list of plants for the area, classified according to uses, giving the common name, family, genus, and species. ARRIAGA, José Joaquín. 1871-1879. La ciencia recreativa. México, 12 vols, (fide León) The latter gives the date as 1874. Volume 1 consists of 16 pamphlets, of which the last, 41 p. is entitled La vida de las flores. In Vol. 2, No. 9, 36 p., is on Flores y frutos; No. 16, Bosques y campiñas, 32 p. Other pamphlets relating to botany (vol. number is missing) are: Nutrición del vegetal, 40 p., Los misterios de la flor, 35 p., El polen, el óvulo, el grano, 34 p., Las grandes familias vegetales, 39 p. The first 3 pamphlets are at SMGE. (Records were not kept as to the location of the other pamphlets.) 1887. "Cultivo del lúpulo." (Mem. Sría. Fom. Méx. 3: 352-358.) On Humulus lupulus. 1896. "Estudio relativo a la conservación y explotación de los bosques." (Anu. Acad. Méx. Cieñe. Ex. Fis. Nat. 2: 41-68.) ARRIAGA GARCIA de LEON, Consuelo. 1946. "La higuerilla." Morelia, 49 p. Thesis, Univ. Mich. Arch. On Ricinus. ARRIGUNAGA, Manuel de, y Pedro M. de REGIL. 1907. "El cultivo del zapupe en el cantón de Tuxpan." (Agricultor 1 ( 1 ) : 9-11.) Plant identified as Bromelia pinguin, is used like henequen. On p. 20 a letter from A. L. Herrera states that zapupe is not Bromelia, but Agave; another letter from him 1(11): 167-168 continues the discussion as to the identity of the plants. ARRONIZ, Joaquín, hijo. See also ESTEVA, Adalberto A., 1905. 1869. "La costa de Sotavento, Veracruz." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. II, 1: 524-532.) With only brief references to plants. ARRONIZ, Marcos. 1857. Manual de biografía Mexicana. Paris, New York, 317 p. Arranged alphabetically; includes Alamán, Alzate, Miguel Bustamante y Septiem, and Clavigero. 1858. Manuel del viajero en Méjico, Paris, 298 p., map. Many references to plants in chapter 1. ARROYO, Antonio Zacatecas. See ZACATECAS ARROYO, Antonio. ARROYO, Javier Irigoyen. See IRIGOYEN ARROYO, Javier. ARROYO, Joan de Magaña. See MAGAÑA ARROYO, Joan de. ARROYO, Juan P. 1942. Geografía del Estado de Morelos. México, 165 p., illus.—SEd. Méx. With a brief list of native and introduced plants, and some references to medicinal and poisonous plants. ARROYO, Victor Manuel. See ORTEGA MARTINEZ, Alfonso and McINTOSH, 1956. ARROYO PEREZ, Fausto. 1932. "Estudio de la Eysenhardtia." México, 48 p.—IB Méx. On Eysenhardtia polystachya Ort. or E. amorphoides H.B.K.




ARROYO TOLEDO, Manuel. 1944. "Cultivo é industrialización del cocotero en la región Xkalac, Q. Roo." Chapingo, 120 p., illus. Thesis ENA. On Cocos nucífera.


ARROYO y ARROYO, Esther. 1935. Estudio del camachín. México, 39 p.—IB Méx. On a latex-producing plant, identified as Ficus padifolia, ó chÜte. Chiite is usually identified as a species of Jatropha. ARTEAGA, Diego Pérez de. See PEREZ de ARTEAGA, Diego. ARTEAGA, Ramón. 1893. El azafrán. México, 9 p.-Bibliot. F. Guerra. Pharmaceutical study of Crocus sativus.

ARTHUR, Joseph Charles. See also STANDLEY, Paul C., and CALDERON, 1925? 1912. "Shorter notes." ( Torreya 12: 33-34.) Transfers Gentiana mexicana to Amarella. 1919. "New names for species of phanerogams." (Torreya 19: 48-49.) Transfers Zeugites hartwegi Fourn. to Senites and Gentiana spathacea H.B.K, to Dasystephana. 1921. "New combinations for phanerogamic names." ( Torreya 21: 11-12.) Transfers 3 species of Gonolobus to Vincetoxicum. 1924. "New combinations." ( Torreya 24: 52.) Transfers Euphorbia macropodoides Rob. and Greenm. to Zygophyllidium and Tradescantia pringlei S. Wats, to Commelinantia. ARTIGAS, Gustavo R. 1880. "Estudio sobre la flor de Noche Buena." (Naturaleza 7: 2229, 1884. Repr. in Monog. Méx., in Estudio 3 ( A p p . ) : 93-99, 1890. ) León cites a separate, México, 1880, 24 p. On Euphorbia pulcherrima, with the emphasis on the chemistry. A French version by Henri-Bocquillon-Limousin was published in Paris, 1893, on p. 25-33 of a work entitled Travaux publiés par El Estudio, edition Française (travaux de matière médicale et de botanique pure) sections 1 and 2, deuxième fascicule. ARTSCHWANGER, Ernst. 1943. "Contribution to the morphology and anatomy of guayule— Parthenium argentatum." ( U.S.D.A. Tech. Bull. # 8 4 2 , 33 p., 23 pl.; drawings by Eugenia Artschwanger.) ARTSCHWANGER, Eugenia. See ARTSCHWANGER, Ernst, 1943. ARVERS, Louis Alexandre. 1815. "Essai sur le tabac." Paris, 32 p., thesis.—DNLM. The first section is on the natural history of the plant.

Identified as Datura


Morelia, 21 typed p.

Thesis Univ.


ASCENSION AGUILERA, José. See AGUILERA, José Ascensión. ASCHERSON, Paul (also as Pal), Friedrich August. See also BERNOULLI, Gustav, 1871; GRAEBNER, Paul, 1910; MATZ, A. and ASCHERSON, 1900; M I C H E L E T T I , L., 1901. 1876. "Ueber Euchlaena luxurians Dur. et Asch." (Sitzungsb. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brand. 19: 25-28.) Changes Reana luxurians of Durieu to Euchlaena, describes it, and differentiates it from E. mexicana. 1876a. "Ueber Euchlaena mexicana Schrad." (Verh. Bot. Ver. Brand. 17: 76-80.) Discussion of the plant as a bridge between Zea and Tripsacum. 1877. "Note sur le genre Euchlaena." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 1 4 ) : 105-108.) A discussion of its structure and relationships. 1877a. "A kukorica (Zea mays L.) Rokonságáról." (Magyar Nòvénytani Lapok: 19-21.) Cited by Harshberger as "Die botanische verwandtschaft der mais." 1891. "Springende bohnen aus Mexico." (Verh. Bot. Ver. Brand. 32 : xxxvi-xxxvii. ) With a brief reference to the work of Buchenau, q.v. 1894. "Solanum rostratum Dun." (Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brand. 35: xliii-xlv. ) On the introduction of the plant into Europe. ASCHERSON, Paul (Friedrich August), Paul GRAEBNER, and Paul GRAEBNER, f. 1896-1939. Synopsis der mitteleuropaeischen flora. Leipzig, 12 vols. —PPAN. Cont. after Ascherson's death by the Graebners. Footnotes give biographies of various collectors for whom the plants are named and among whom are the following: Berlandier, 5 ( 1 ) : 80, 1913; Botteri, 4: 13, 1908; Hartweg, 3: 49, 1905; Linden, 3 : 9 1 0 , 1907 and 5 ( 1 ) : 370, 1914; and Ehrenberg, 3: 431, 1906. ASCHMANN, Herman P. (is this Pedro?).

ARVET-TOUVET, Casimir (full name Jean Maurice Casimir). 1881. Spicilegium rariorum vel novarum Hieraciorum, praecipue Americanorum et Europaeorum. Grenoble, 36 p. Suppl. 1 and 2, 1886, continue the paging to 52. A summ, of the first part appeared in (Bot. Jahresb. 9 ( 2 ) : 120-121, 1881). Descriptions of two new Mexican species are included: Hieracium pavonianum and H. orizabaeum. 1897. "Elenchus Hieraciorum novorum." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 1: 90-104.) H. tolucanum and H. intybiforme of Mexico are included. 1897a. "Sur un nouveau genre de Chicoracées." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 1: 105-106, illus.) Crepidopsis mexicana from Chihuahua. 1899. "Description de deux éspèces nouvelles du genre Hieracium." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 3: 27-28.) H. bulbisetum (H. frigidum of Pringle) is included. de la Castela

Chemical study of Randia ASCENSION, Consuelo. 1931. "Datura estramonio." Michoacán, Arch.

ARTEE, Alejandro, Jr. 1943. "Cultivo del tomate en el valle de El Fuerte." Cd. Juárez, 38 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Lycopersicum.

ARZAC-BEHNKEN, Ana Maria. 1929. Investigación de los efectos terapéuticos

soni en la poliartritis amibiana. México, 29 p.—IB Méx. Identified also as Castela texana Torr. and Gray. ARZAC-BEHNKEN, María de los Angeles. 1934. "Estudio comparativo de la Erythrina americana con el curare." México, 47 p. Thesis Pharm. Chemical study. ARZANI, Lilia. 1929. Estudio del limón cruceto. México, 27 p.


1962. Castellano-Totonaco; Totonaco-Castellano. illus. "Dialecto de la Sierra Norte de Puebla."


171 p.,

ASCHMANN, Homer (full name Howard Homer). See also JAEGER, Edmund C., 1955. 1952. "A primitive food preparation technique in Baja California." (Southw. Jour. Anthrop. 8 ( 1 ) : 36-39.) Based on a passage taken from a manuscript transcript, at Berkeley, of a manuscript entitled "Descripción de la California" (1791?). T h e passage is supposed to be from an anonymous appendix sent to Spain with a ms. prepared by Padre Fernando Consag, in 1742. The whereabouts of the appendix are at present unknown. The passage describes the preparation of a kind of meal, by parching and popping the seeds of Antigonon leptopus, flor de San Miguel. 1957. "The introduction of date palms into Baja California." (Econ. Bot. 11: 174-177, illus.) Decides that 1765 is a more likely date than the usually accepted 1730.

ASCHMANN 1959. "The central desert of Baja California." ( I b e r o Americana 42: 1-82, 16 pi., 9 maps, 10 figs., bibl.) In the section on physical characteristics of the area, the vegetation is discussed on p. 8-21, with distribution maps of 8 outstanding plants. Plants are cited by common names, with scientific names for most. In the section on ecology, plants used for foods are discussed on p. 61-66, and on p. 79-93 there is a classified catalogue of plants used as food. Some are arranged by family, some according to the part of the plant used. In other sections, plants used for other purposes are mentioned by common names only. ASCHMANN, Pedro (is this Herman P.?). 1949. Vocabulario de la lengua Totonaca. México, 2d ed., 1956, 52 p.-Inst. Ling. Ver. First ed., 1949. Totonaco to Español. ASENSIO, Gaspar. See PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del (15791582). ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José María. See also LA TORRE, Germán (1579-1581) a. ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José María, ed. (1579). Relaciones de Yucatán. In Colección de documentos inéditos relativos al descubrimiento, conquista y organización de las antiguas posesiones Españoles de Ultramar, II, vol. 11, 1898, vol. 13, 1900. Some of these "relaciones" were publ. also by German La Torre, q.v. All were written in 1579. The above collection, which was edited by José María Asensio y Toledo, contains the following reports: (those which are starred contain botanical data). "Mérida, by Martín de Palomar. "Mutul, by Francisco de Bracamonte (for Martín de Palomar). "Hocaba, by Melchor Pacheco. "Cotuta, (also as Zotuta) y Tibolón, by Joan de Magaña. "Tequite, by Hernando de Bracamonte. Tecauto y Tepagán, by Cristobal Sánchez. Cacalchén, Yaxa, Cihunchén, (Zihunchén) by Francisco Tamayo Pacheco. "Cinanche ó Cacanche (Cananche) y Egum, by Joan de la Cámara. Chunchuchu y Taby, by Pedro García. Can, Panabachén, y Mona, by Alonso Rosado. "Mama, by Joan de Aguilar. Tecal, by Diego Briceno. "Tahzib, by Joan de Magaña Arroyo. Cancacabo, also as Canzacabo, by Cristóbal de San Martín. Cicontum, also as Zizontum, by Martín Sánchez. Quizil y Sitipeche, by Joan de Paredes. Quitelcam, also as Quitelcum, y Cabiche, by Ynigo Nieto. Oscuzcas, by Hernando Muñoz Capata (Zapata). Cucal (Susal) y Chalante, by Alonso de Rrojas. "Quinacama ó Moxopipi, by Pedro de Santillana. Isamal y Santa María, by Juan de la Cueva Santillán. Camahil (Zamahil) y Calamud, by Rodrigo Alvarez. Choburna, Unacama, Tizcoco, Nolo, Mococha y Tabucoz, by Diego de Santillán. The first 2 are also cited as Chubulna and Hunacama. Teav y Tec, also as Tiab and Tiec, y Tiscolum, by Juan Bote. "Tetzal y Temax, by Julian Alonso. "Provincia de Tabasco, by Melchor Alfaro. Also in Archivos de Tabasco, by Manuel Mestre Ghigliazza, 1907, 9-26, q.v. "La Villa de Santa María de la Victoria, by Diego Alver de Soria. Also in Arch. Tabasco, by Manuel Mestre Ghigliazza, 1907, p. 27-50, q.v. Closes with a vocabulary of Maya and Mexican terms. All the above are in volume 11. Those which follow are in volume 13. "Valladolid, by Diego Sarmiento de Figueroa. (See also note at end.)

ASTUDILLO Popola y Sinsimato y Samiol, by the same author. "Nabalon, Tahcabo y la Isla de Cogumel, by Diego de Contreras. Chuaca y Chechimila, by Juan de Urrutia. Guayma y Cantarique, by Juan Vellido. Quiquil, by Francisco de Cárdenas. Tecoco, Tecay y Cosil (Zozil), by Diego Osorio Maldonado. Tishotzuco y Chiquincenote, by Antonio Méndez. "Cucopo, (Zucopo) by Juan Rodríguez, el viejo. Ixumul y Tecuche, by Blas González. "Temul, by Juan de Benavides. Cismopo (Zismopo), by Juan de Benavides. Tenum y Temogón (Temozón), by Juan Cano, el viejo. Xoquén, by Salvador Corzo. "Pizoy, by Esteban González de Najera. Cacalac y Tancuy, by Pedro de Valencia. Zozil y Tecay, by Juan Darreigosa. Tiquibalón, by Juan Gutiérrez Picón. Temocón, by Diego de Burgos Cansino. Yalcón, by Joan Farfán, el mozo. Tecon y Ecabo, by Juan de Cárdenas. "Campocolche y Chochola, by Juan Farfán el viejo. "Cama, also as Zama, by Juan Martín. "Dohot y Tetzimín, by Giraldo Diaz de Alpuche (also as d'Alpuche). Cicab, also as Zicab, by Alonso de Villanueva. "Relación de las cosas de Yucatán, from Diego de Landa. The relación on Villadolid was also published by Sebastián Marimón in (Actas IV Cong. Intern. Americ. 2: 166-195, 18821884). ASHBY, Eric. 1932. "Transpiratory organs of Larrea tridentata and their ecological significance." (Ecology 13: 182-188, 3 figs.) ASIAIN, Lamberto. See ALEJANDRE, Marcelo, 1890. ASPA, Antonio de. See ALVAREZ CHANCA, Diego (1494). ASPLUND, Erik. 1954. "Carex hultenii n. sp." (St). Bot. Tidskr. 4 8 ( 1 ) : 95-98, illus.) From the state of Puebla. ASPREY, G. F „ and R. G. ROBBINS. 1953. "The vegetation of Jamaica." (Ecol. Monog. 23:359-412, 39 figs. incl. maps, bibl.) Includes geology, climate, floristic studies, relationships of the flora, community studies arranged by associations, floristic composition of the different associations, and a check list of the plants. ASSIAYN, Salvador Domínguez. See DOMINGUEZ ASSIAYN, Salvador. ASSO y del RIO, Ignacio Jordán de. See abo LOEFLING, Per (Peter) 1758. 1793. Hispaniensium atque exterorum epistolae. Caesaraugustae [Saragossa (Zaragoza)], 111 p.—MB. The preface, p. 3-36, discusses various Spanish writers on medicinal plants, among whom are Gundinsalvo (sic) Fernández de Oviedo, Monardes, Hernández, Ximénez, and Cavanilles. Pages 53-69 are entitled "Cartas del doctor Juan de Castañeda;" in these the latter lists plants "que años pasados han traído aquí de Indias y otras que con esta flota han venido." The letters are written to L'Ecluse and describe plants being shipped to the latter by Castañeda in Sevilla. There are 14 letters in all, dated 1601, 1602, and 1604. ASTINA, Nicolás de Morales y. See MORALES y ASTINA, Nicolás de. ASTUDILLO, Elias E. 1938. "El cultivo del chayóte." (Agr. Mex. 54 ( 1 0 ) : 21-28.) On Sechium. 1939. "Cítricos." (Agr. Mac. 5 5 ( 2 ) : 25-32; ( 4 / 5 ) : 21-27.) Also in (Bol. Esc. Part. Agr. Cd. Juárez No. 43-44, 8 p. each, n.d.). On Citrus.



ASTUDILLO—continued 1939a. "Guayaba." (Agr. Méx. 5 5 ( 4 ) : 1-11.) On Psidium. 1939b. "La chía." (Agr. Méx. 5 5 ( 1 0 ) : 25-28.) On a species of Salvia.

1894. Cultivo y explotación del naranjo. México, 51 p.—DA. Also in (Bol. Agr. Min. Indust. Méx. 4 ( 2 ) : 3-46, 1894). Description and classification; the emphasis is mainly on culture and uses.

ASTURIAS, Miguel Angel. See ANONYMOUS, 1857a. ASUNSOLO VILLALOBOS, José. 1949. "Cultivo de la vid en la región de Delicias, Chihuahua." Cd. Juárez, 102 p. Thesis EPA. On Vitis. ATABEKOVA, A. I. 1959. "Polyploidie spontanée du Lupinus (Tourn. ) L . " (Proc. 9th Int. Bot. Cong. 2: 11.) Divides the genus into two caryologic groups: Mediterranean and American; in the first the basic chromosome number is 5 and in the second it is 6. ATCHISON, Earlene. 1947. "Chromosome numbers in the Myrtaceae." {Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 4 ( 3 ) : 159-164, illus.) 1947a. "Studies in the Leguminosae I . " (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 4 ( 8 ) : 407-414, illus.) Gives the chromosome numbers in Erythrina L.; one species is cited from Mexico: E. americana Mill., from Morelos. 1948. "Studies in the Leguminosae III—Cytogeography of Acacia (Tourn.) L . " (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 5 ( 1 0 ) : 651-655, map.) Map shows the distribution of diploid and polyploid forms of Acacia; a table of chromosome numbers is given for 3 8 species and varieties. 1949. "Studies in the Leguminosae II—cytological studies of Lonchocarpus and Derris species." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 6 ( 4 ) : 364368, illus. ) Nine species of Leguminosae are discussed, including L. longistylis Pittier from Mexico. 1949a. "Studies in the Leguminosae IV. Chromosome number and geographic relationships of miscellaneous Leguminosae." (Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 65: 118-122, 27 figs.) Twenty-eight species were studied, including Sophora secundifiora (Ortega) Lag. and Dalea occidentals Riley from Mexico. ATCHISON, Earlene, H. E. MOORE, Jr., and C. E . WOOD, Jr. 1949b. "Chromosome numbers for two species of Mexican Commelinaceae." (Science 110: 4 1 . ) Tradescantia iridescens Booth ex Lindi., n = 6 , and Weldenia Candida Schult., 2 n = 2 4 . The first species cited is the first diploid reported in Mexican Tradescantias. ATCHISON, Earlene. 1950. "Studies in the Leguminosae V. Cytological observations on Crotalaria." (Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 6 6 : 7 0 - 7 5 , 17 figs.)

Sixteen species were studied, a number of them from Central America. 1951. "Studies in the Leguminosae VI. Chromosome numbers among tropical woody species." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 8 ( 7 ) : 538-546, illus.) Includes 6 species listed specifically from Mexico. The total in the series included 114 species in 55 genera. ATIENZA y SIRVENT, Melitón. 1881. " E l cañamo." (Esc. Agr. 3: 197-206.) 4 : ( 8 7 - 9 2 ) ). On Cannabis




1882. "Origen de la dalia." (Nacional 1887-1888.

Repr. in


Pubi, anonymously.

" E l cacahuate." (Rev. Agr. 3: 25, 56, 66, 86, 99.) Arachis.

ATIZAPAN, Antonio Rojas de. See ROJAS de ATIZAPAN, Antonio. ATL, Dr. See GONZALEZ PENA, Carlos, 1946. ATONDO y ANTILLON, Isidore (Isidro) d\ ANTILLON, Isidore. ATRISTAIN, Federico.



ATTOLINI, José. See also PENA, Moisés T. de la et al, 1946. 1948. "Las especies forestales en la cuenca del Papaloapan." (Rev. Econ. 1 1 ( 1 1 ) : 29-34.) Includes plants like esparto, palma apachite, zacatón, pita, and árbol del timbre. Timber trees are catalogued by families, with names and localities, divided into precious and common woods, trees of cold climate, and of dry climate. Another list gives specific localities for trees in Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Puebla. 1949-1950. Economía de la Cuenca del Papaloapan. México, 2 vols., illus., maps, bibl. The first volume is on agriculture with statistical studies of cultivated crops; the second volume has a section on forests, listing precious and common woods, and other forest products. Trees are cited by common names, with family, and localities where they grow. AUBERT de la RUE, Edgar. See also VARIOUS, 1958 b. 1946. "Quelques aspects biogéographiques des grands volcans du Mexique." (Compt. Rend. Somm. Séanc. Soc. Biogéogr. Paris 23 ( 1 9 4 / 1 9 6 ) : 18-21.) A general description of the vegetation by zones, according to altitudes; a few plants are mentioned in each zone, by genus and species. 1948. "Quelques types de greniers à mais du Mexique." (Rev. Geog. Hum. Ethnol. 2: 17-20, 10 figs.) A picture story, with the text describing various types of corn granaries in the states of Morelos, Guerrero, Tlaxcala, México, and Michoacán. AUBERT de la RUE, Edgar, François B O U R L I E R E , and Jean Paul HARROY. 1957. The tropics. New York, 208 p., 80 pl., 16 pl. in col., 34 col. photographs, maps; text, figs, are by Paul Barruel, after the photographs by E . Aubert de la Rue. The first section is on the tropical environment in general (climates, soils, and main types of plant communities); the second section is on the various types of plant landscapes of the tropics: rain forests, savannahs, dry deciduous forests, and desert vegetaton; both the above sections are by Aubert de la Rue. AUBERT du PETIT-THOUARS, Louis Marie Aubert. 1813. "Notice sur le manglier." (Jour. Bot. 2 : 27-40, illus.) History, detailed description of structure, and germination of Rhizophora. AUBERTIN, John James. 1882. A flight to Mexico. London, 325 p., 7 illus., map. Author is interested mainly in coffee and sugar. A U B L E T , (Jean Baptiste Christophe) Fusée. 1775. Histoire des plantes de la Guiane Française. London, 4 vols., 2 vols, of pl. Observations on plants of economic importance. AUDOT, (Louis Eustache?). 1845-1846. "Cereus militaris." (Rev. Hort. II, 4: 307-308.) Description of a new species from Mexico. AUDUBON, John Woodhouse. 1906. Aububon's western journal 1849-50. Cleveland, 249 p., illus., map. Ed. by Frank Heywood Hodder with biogr. mem. by Maria Rebecca Audubon. In the section referring to northern Mexico, the topography and general aspect of the land are well described, but the plant descriptions are very sketchy. "Alas," says Audubon himself, " I am no botanist." Includes Illustrated notes of an expedition through Mexico and California, published in New York, 1852. AUDUBON, Maria Rebecca. See AUDUBON, John Woodhouse. AUGUR, Helen. 1954. Zapotee. Garden City, N. Y., 279 p., illus. Only scattered, superficial references to plants.




AVILA, Gil González d \ See CASAS, Gonzalo de las, 1571-1585.

AUNG DIN, U. 1958. "Pines for tropical areas." (Unasylva 1 2 ( 3 ) : 121-133, illus., map, bibl.) With a table of 32 pine species in tropical America giving height, diameter, altitude at which found, rainfall of the area, a description of the wood, and remarks on uses. Another table lists the species, divided into 5 zones.

AVILA, Miguel. 1882. Pequeño estudio sobre el mispatle ó quixmipatle. México, 4 p.—DNLM. Repr. in ( N u e v a Recop. Monog. in An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 2: 21-22, 1897). On Buddleia verticillata, with a description of the plant; emphasis of the study is on the chemistry. (1887.) "Chapuz y chapuzina." In Nueva Recop. Monog. (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 2 ( A p p . ) : 61-65, 1897.) Both León and Guerra cite a separate publ. in México, 1887. On Helenium as a medicinal plant; "breve estudio sobre su acción fisiológica."

AUSTER, F. See LEMLI, J., 1957. AUTEROCHE, Jean Chappe d \ Jean.



AUXERRE, Louis Liger, sieur d'. See LIGER, Louis, sieur d'Auxerre. AVALOS, Gregorio M. See AGUIRRE, Amado et al, 1925. AVALOS, José María, y Agustín de CASTRO. 1849. Breves noticias estadísticas del territorio de Tlaxcala. 42 p . - B N Méx. With a list of cultivated crops.

AVILA, Pedro de. See VARIOUS, 1878. AVILA AYALA, Manuel. 1941. "Cultivo é industrialización del limón." México, 71 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Citrus medica var. limonum.


AVDULOW, N. P. 1931. "Karyo-systematische Untersuchung der familie Gramineen." {Bull. Appi. Bot. Genet. PI. Breed., Suppl. 44: 1-428, illus., bibl.; in Russian with a German summ. ) By tribes, with information on the number of species in each genus, and distribution of the genus.

AVILA BAEZ, J. Ramiro. 1948. "Informe general . . . de Teapa, Tabasco." México, 57 p.— Col. San Nicolás, Morelia. With brief references to plants of the region, wild and cultivated.

AVE-LALLEMANT, Julius Leopold Eduard. See FISCHER, Friedrich Ernst Ludwig von et al, 1835-1846.

AVILA de la ROSA, Evelia. 1941. "Glucemia y glucosuria." México, 39 p. Thesis Chem. UNAM. "Tratados por la Verbesina"; emphasis is on the chemistry.

AVELEYRA, Ramón N. (1871?) "Sustituciones de algunas drogas indígenas." (Naturaleza 7: 169-177, 1185.) Guerra cites a separate, México, 1871, 19 p. With description of plants used as substitutes.

AVILA ESCALANTE, Alvaro. See abo (HERNANDEZ, Juan José) (J. J. H . ) , 1845; OSORIO y CARVAJAL, Ramón, 1936. 1944. "Historia de la medicina alopática en la época colonial." (Enciclopedia Yucatanense 4: 261-341, illus.) With quotes from JJH (Juan José Hernández) on Mayoli, from Reg. Yuc., q.v.

AVELLAR BROTERO, Felix. 1826. Nocöes botánicos das especies de Nicociana. Lisboa, 47 p.— MH. With the place of origin and a description of 85 "species"; considerable emphasis is placed on the culture. 1827. Historia natural dos pinheiros, lárices, e abetos. Lisboa, 152 p.-MH-A. On the genera Pinus, Larix, and Abies.

AVILA HERNANDEZ, Mario. 1946. "Riqueza forestal del Estado de Chiapas." Villahermosa, 99 typed p. Thesis, ENA. With a list of principal "pastos naturales," and a long list of woods, classified as precious, semi-precious, and common. There is a special section on caoba, cedro, corozo, and chicle. Common and scientific names are given for the plants listed. 1951. "Explotaciones forestales en el Sureste de México." (Carib. For. 1 2 ( 1 ) : 37-46.) In English and Spanish. Beltrán (1955) cites a separate, México, 1953, 32 p. Classification of woods, with important species listed, giving common and scientific names.

AVENDANO, Diego de. See PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del (1579-1582); LEON, Nicolás (1550-1564). AVENDANO, Joseph. 1778. "El curato de San Juan Baptista Tabaa (Oaxaca)." lvs., ms., M.N. Méx., Leg. 100, No. 87, Col. P. y T.

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AVILES, Gildardo, F. 1910. Geografía elemental de la República 169 illus.-DPU. With a section on agriculture.

AVENDANO VIERA, Francisco. 1929. "La pita de Oaxaca ó Ananas macrodonta." Chapingo, 35 p., illus. Thesis ENA. As a fiber source; other plants found in the same area are listed, with common and scientific names. 1939 "Producción y explotación de fibras en el Estado de Zacatecas." ( Agricultura 2 ( 1 3 ) : 60-64. )

México, 79 p.,

AVILEZ, Enrique G. 1944. "Los Parques Nacionales en la República Mexicana." Chapingo, 48 typed p. Thesis, ENA. With a brief description of each, and references to plants in some of the areas. AVITY, Pierre d', sieur de Montmartin (D.T.V.Y.). 1614. "Les estats, empires, royaumes et principautez du monde." Lyons, 1659, (i-viii), 930 (931-960) p. The first ed. publ. at S. Omer, 1614, under the title, Les estats, empires et principautez du mode, was trans, into English by Edward Grimstone as The estates, empires and principalities of the world. London, 1615.

AVERY, Amos G ( e e r ) , Sophia SATINA, and Jacob RIETSEMA, et al. 1959. Blakeslee—the genus Datura. New York, 289 p., 67 illus., bibl., with foreword and biogr. sketch by Edmund W. Sinnott. With a review of the taxonomic history of Datura which includes a summary of Datura nomenclature, 1753-1958, by Marie Helene Sachet. Other chapters cover alkaloids in the plant, chromosome numbers and morphology, polyploidy, mutation, seed development, and crossability. AVEY, George M. See CARLSON, Raymond, 1954.

Pages 206-209 in the Lyons edition are on Mexico; with brief references to plants. 1643. Déscription genérale de l'Amérique. Paris, 189 p., map. (Volume 7 of Le monde oú la déscription général des ses quatre parties.) Another ed. was publ. in 1660. Pages 62-91 are on Mexico; more detailed than the material in Les estats . . ., q.v. AXE, Ruth Frey. See WAGNER, Henry Raup (1520-1522). AXELROD, Daniel Isaac. See also MUNZ, Philip A. and KECK, 1959.

AVILA, d', de. See also Davila. AVILA, Alfonso. See CUEVAS, Benjamín, 1913 a. AVILA, F. A. 1908. Durango. Durango, 40 p.—Bibliot. Ant. Alzate. With a section on the principal agricultural products and timber trees. AVILA, Francisco de. (1579-1582).


See PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del




AXELROD—continued 1950. "Studies in late Tertiary paleobotany." (Carnegie Inst. Publ. 590: 1-323, illus., maps, bibl.) Part VI, entitled "Evolution of desert vegetation in western North America," considers the relationship of modern to fossil floras of desert and nearby areas; also the relations with South America. AXTMAYER, Joseph Herman, and Donald Hunter COOK. 1942. Manual de bromatologia. Washington, 615 p. (Ofic. Sanit. Panamer. Publ. 186.) Nutritional study useful for scientific equivalents of plants, listed by common names. AYALA, Enrique González. See GONZALEZ AYALA, Enrique. AYALA, Federico Villegas. See VILLEGAS AYALA, Federico. AYALA, Manuel Avila. See AVILA AYALA, Manuel. AYALA C„ Carlos E. 1956. "Informe sobre el servicio social realizado en el pueblo de Chila, Puebla." México, 39 p., map. Thesis ENMVZ. With a brief list of plants cited by common names only. AYALA MONTANEZ, Josefina. 1935. "Estudio sobre el aceite de ricino." Morelia, 30 typed p. Thesis, Univ. Mich. Arch. AYALA y G., Maria Luisa. 1932. "Contribución al estudio de la tuna cardona." México, 42 p. Thesis Chem., UNAM. On its application in the alcohol industry. AYBAR, Armando. 1910. "Estudio sobre los sorgos." (Prog. Méx. 17: 71, 90, 91, 104, 117, 123, 153.) From Rev. Agr.; the original version was not seen. On Sorghum. AYERS, Brother (Anastasius) Benedict. See also O'NEILL, Hugh and AYERS, 1944. 1946. The genus Cyperus in Mexico. Washington, 103 p., Univ. Amer., Biol. Stud. # 1 . Thesis. With keys and distributional data.


AYNARD, Ludovic. 1889. "Etude sur la famille des Apocynacées." Montpellier, 80 p.; thesis No. 468. Description, distribution, morphology, affinities, classification, and uses (medicinal); the latter are arranged by tribes. AYRES, William P. See MOORE, Thomas, and AYRES, 1850-1851. AYUSO, P. 1906. "Las orobanquias." (Per. Of. Est. Michoacán 1 4 ( 8 1 ) : 3-4; from Prog. Méx.; original versions was not seen.) On "yerba toro y las Leguminosas," and ways of combating the parasite. AYYAR, Venkatarama Ramanatha. See ABRAHAM, P., 1938. AZCARRAGA, Guillermo Saldaña. See Guillermo.


AZCUE MANCERA, Luis. 1947. El chocolate, el chile, y el jitomate. México, 45 p.— Monografías Rotarías; printed and distributed by Picot Laboratories International Inc. Considers also vainilla and la jicara (the latter referring to containers in which the chocolate was served, including gourds made of Crescentia fruits). Emphasis in the work is on early references in the literature to chocolate, and plants which went into its preparation. Omitting the part on chile and jitomate, the rest was amplified and published in México, 1958, 50 p., 4 illus., with the title Monografía. El chocolate, and distributed by La Azteca S. A., México, D. F. AZNAR, R. See GUZMAN MESTRE, S. and AZNAR, 1887. AZNAR BARBACHANO, Tomás. See also COLLANTES, Agustín Esteban and ALFARO; DONDE IBARRA, Joaquin and DONDE RUIZ, Juan, 1876.

1850. "La caña de azúcar en Yucatán." (Mej. Mat. 1850: 166, 206, 237, 286, 312.) León says of the author: "Todos sus escritos tienen mas valor como prácticos que como científicos." 1850a. "El coco." (Mej. Mat. 7: 264-272; repr. in Mexicano 1: 332334, 1866.) See also Diccionario de agricultura y economía rural, 1870, by Collantes and Alfaro. 1876. "Indice alfabético." In the introduction to Lecciones de Botánica, by J. y J. Donde, p. 229-236, q.v. Gives common names, many from the Maya, botanical names, and families. AZNAR CANO, Luís. 1874. "Aurantiaceas." (Alborada 1( 15): 244-246.) the work to Troconis Alcalá. On citrus fruits.

Guerra credits

AZNAR de COCAR, Andrés. See VARIOUS (1579-1581). AZNAR DONDE, A. See also A. A. D. 1893. Pequeño guía del hortelano y jardinero. Mérida, 1896, 46 & 4 p.—Bibliot. M. Maldonado. First ed., 1893. "Arreglado expresamente para el estado de Yucatán"; plants are listed in many cases with common and scientific names. AZNAR PEREZ, Andrés. See WOEIKOF, Alex, 1879. AZPIROS, Joseph Mariano de. 1777. "Razón de las noticias geográficas físicas y antigüedades pertenecientes al curato de Santiago Ayapango (México)." N.p., 5 lvs., ms„ M.N. Méx., Leg. 99, No. 10, Col. P. y T. The area is near Chalco. B. 1900. "Early history of the Dahlia." (Gard. Chron. Ill, 28: 155.) Clarification of the history of the plant in England, following a note on p. 139, relating to the introduction of the plant into Italy. 1904. "Pentstemon." (Flora Sylva 2:270-274, illus.) A list of species, alphabetically arranged, with brief descriptions and distribution; several are listed from Mexico. 1905. "Eupatorium." (Flora Sylva 3: 24-28, illus.) List of species alphabetically arranged with descriptions and distribution; numerous species from Mexico are included. 1905a. "Jacobinia (Justicia)." (Flora Sylva 3:46-50, illus.) List of species, alphabetically arranged, with descriptions and distribution; four are listed from Mexico. B„ Dr. 1935. "Mescalin." (Ciba Zeitschr. 2 ( 1 8 ) : 631-634, illus.) On peyote and the peyote cult. B. A. 1909-1910. "Botánica." (Rev. Agr. 25: 268, 2 7 4 . ) - B N Méx. B. M. 1874. "The vanilla." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 1:670-671.) Repr. am,.., mously in (Pharm. Jour. Trans. Ill, 5: 24-25, 1874). Description, culture, and preparation, with a quotation from De Menonville, on "vanilla in Guaxaca." See Thiery de Menonville, Nicolas Joseph, 1787. BABCOCK, E(rnest) B(rown), and J. A. JENKINS. 1943. "Chromosomes and phylogeny in Crepis." (Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 1 8 ( 1 2 ) : 241-292, illus., bibl.) On the relationships of 113 species. 1947. "The genus Crepis." (Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. 21/22: 1-1030, illus., maps.) Part one: history, phylogeny, distribution, evolution, taxonomic characters, and bibliography. Part two: systematic treatment; only Crepis runcinata subsp. barberi is listed for Mexico. BABLOT, Luis Echeagaray. See ECHEAGARAY BABLOT, Luis. BACA, Bernardo Martinez y. See MARTINEZ y BACA, Bernardo. BACA, E. Martinez. See MARTINEZ BACA, E. BACA, Francisco Martinez. See MARTINEZ BACA, Francisco.



Cactaceae. This is continued in the following numbers with descriptions and illustrations of many species from Mexico: 1934 ( 4, 9 ) ; 1935 (6, 7, 9, 11); 1936 (1, 3, 7, 11, 12); 1937 (2, 3, 4, 6, 10); 16 different genera are represented, and areas range from Lower California to Tamaulipas, and from Nuevo León to Oaxaca. The series ends with another systematic synopsis, 26 p., 1938 ( 6 ) , followed by an explanation in German, translated into English by Vera Higgins.

BACA, Salvador Rodríguez. See RODRIGUEZ BACA, Salvador. BACCARINI, P. (Pasquale?). See BEGUINOT, A. and BELOSERSKY, N. 1913. BACHE, René. 1895. "In the chaparral." (Bait. Cact. Jour. 2 ( 4 ) : 193-194; ( 5 ) : 209-210.) Description of a kind of vegetation which extends into northern Mexico. Plants are listed by common names, mainly, with uses. BACHSTEZ, Marcelo, and Altagracia ARAGON. 1941. "Notes on Mexican drugs I." (Jour. Amer. Pharm. Assoc. 30: 218-219, illus.) For continuation of the series, see below. On zapote borracho, Lucuma salicifolia Kunth, with description, common names, and chemical analysis; results indicate it has no intoxicating effects. The series was continued by Bachstez alone. Parts 2 and 3 were on animal products. I have not located part 4.

BACKEBERG, Curt, and F. M. KNUTH. 1935. Kaktus ABC. K0benhavn, 432 p. illus.; in Danish. History, geography, culture, and a detailed taxonomic study, describing many new species. BACKEBERG, Curt. 1935a. "Ein neuer Roseocactus." (Kakt. Fr. 4 : 6 6 , illus.) R. (Ariocarpus) kotschoubeyanus v. albijlorus n.var.; no locality is cited. 1935b. "Solisia und Pelecyphora." (Kakteenkunde 98-101, illus.) Description of P. pseudopectinata, new species from Palmillas, northern Mexico; discussion also of various other species of Pelecyphora and the relation of the genus to Solisia. 1936. "Zu kenntnis der sippen der Cactaceae." (Cactaceae 1937: lvs. 8-9 (Dec. 1963.) With a chart showing the "sippen-stammbaum" of Cactaceae. 1937. "Die vorkommen der sippe Cephalocerei Bckbg." (Cactaceae ( 2 ) : 13-16 lvs., map.) Distribution of the genera is indicated for North and South America.

BACHSTEZ, Marcelo. 1946-1948. "Notas sobre drogas plantas y alimentos Mexicanos." (Ciencia 7: 307-308, illus., 1946.) Continued as noted below. For the beginning of the series, see Bachstez and Aragón, 1941. 5. "Semilla de víbora." On Abelmoschus moschatus and its use against snake bite. 6. "Caracteres y composición del aceite de la semilla de Ungnadia speciosa." ( 8 : 57-58, illus., 1947.) 7. "Almidón del chamal." ( 8 : 1 0 9 - 1 1 0 , illus., 1947.) On Dioon edule, with data on its distribution. 8. "Aceite de las semillas de mamey." ( 8 : 264-265, 1947.) On Lucuma mammosa. 9. "Sobre el acido hibísico." (9:121-123, 1948.) In Hibiscus sabdariffa, for which he cites the Aztec name quauhxocotl.

1937a. "Die sippe der Cephalocerei Bckbg." (Cactaceae 22, illus.) A systematic study of the group.

2: lvs. 17-

1937b. "Colored Cereae." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 9 ( 6 ) : 89-92, illus.; trans, by R. W. Poindexter.) On species with colored hairs, spines, and epidermis. A list of Mexican species is included; also a list of various species arranged according to color.

BACIGALUPI, Rimo. See also ABRAMS, LeRoy, 1923-1960. 1931. "Taxonomic studies in Cuphea." (Contr. Gray Herb. 95: 326, 5 pi.) Includes the following new species from Mexico: C. flavisetula, C. ferrisiae and C. quaternata from Nayarit; C. tenuipes from Guerrero, C. purpurascens from Puebla, and C. mexiae from Jalisco. 1931a. "A monograph of the genus Perezia section Accourtia." (Contr. Gray Herb. 97: 3-81, 7 pi.) A taxonomic account of the section Accourtia, with a review of its history, distribution, economic uses, and keys to species, with descriptions and ranges. In the diagnoses of novelties, 7 new species and varieties are described from Mexico. 1933. "Two new species in Heuchera and Cuphea." (Contr. Dudley Herb. 1 ( 5 ) : 191-193.) One is C. oreophila T. S. Brandegee in herb., described from Chiapas. BACKAUSEN, Victor. See VARIOUS, 1869. BACKEBERG, Curt. See also JACOBSEN, Hermann, 1954-1955; MARSHALL, William Taylor, and BOCK, 1941; SOULAIRE, J., 1946-1949. 1930. Kakteenjagd zwischen Texas und Patagonien. Berlin, 127 p. Rather flowery description of trip with beautiful pictures of the cacti. 1931. "Kakteenjagd." (Atlantis 3 : 5 0 , illus.) Picture story with a quote on Anhalonium from his book. 1931a. Neue kakteen. Frankfort (Oder) and Berlin, 109 p. illus. With a chapter on "Mexico, das reichste kakteenland." Also a section, by Erich Werdermann, describing plants collected on a trip; many new species are included. 1932. "The origin and migration of cacti." ( Cact. Jour. 1 ( 2 ) : 13-16, illus., trans. ) 1932a. "Echinocactus ( Thelocactus) subterraneus." (Kakt. Fr. 1: 110-111, illus.) Description of a new species from northern Mexico. 1934-1938. Blaetter fuer kakteenforschung. (Hamburg, 5 vols.) Issued monthly in German, English and Dutch; pages unnumb. Beginning in # 3 , 1934, there is a systematic synopsis of

1939. "Zu Glandulicactus und Ancistrocactus." (Beitr. Sukk.: 32-35, illus.) Consideration of comparative morphology and systematics in the two genera. 1939a. "Mammillaria pachyrhiza Bckbg. n.sp." (Beitr. Sukk. 2: 39-40, illus.) From Meseta Las Derrumbadas, on the border between Puebla and Veracruz. 1939b. "Seltene kakteen—Melocactus salvador Murillo." (Beitr. Sukk. 3: 56-58, illus.) Reviews the history of the genus, in general, with quotes from Schumann on Melocactus, and Rose's description from the Murillo circular ca. 1897, q.v., which was not included by Schumann. 1939c. "Eine sammelreise durch Mexiko fuer den Hamburger Park 'Planten un Blomen'." (Kakteenkunde 1939: 43-46, illus.) Report on a trip to gather material for the Mexican pavilion in the park. 1939d. "Mammillaria albilanata Bckbg. spec, nov." (Kakteenkunde: 47, illus.) From Guerrero. 1940. "Ein zweiter Glandulicactus: Glandulicactus crassihamatus (Web.) Bckbg." (Beitr. Sukk. 1940: 6-8, illus.) Comparison of species known formerly as Echinocactus crassihamatus, or E. matthsoni, with G. uncinata. 1940a. "Mammillaria eriacantha Lk. et Otto." (Kakteenkunde: 6061, illus.) Reports its collection again near Jalapa, and discusses it as a link between the West Indian and Mexico highland species. 1941. "Die kakteen des Zopilote-cañons (geierschlucht) in Guerrero (Mexico)." (Beitr. Sukk. 1: 1-5, illus.) Includes a description of the following new taxa: Pachycereus granáis var., gigas n.var., Pilocereus guerreronis, and Mammillaria bella. 99


BACKEBERG BACKEBERG-continued 1941a. "Mammillaria gueldemanniana Bckbg. n.sp." (Beitr. Sukk. 3 : 57-58, ill us.) From Sonora. 1941b. "Kurzer bildericht aus Niedercalifornien." (Beitr. Sukk. 3: 6468, illus.) Picture story, with text for 8 photographs. 1941c. "Untersuchungen zur sippe Pachycerei." (Cactaceae 1941 ( 1 ) : Ivs. 17-25, illus.) With an introductory discussion of 7 genera separated from Cephalocereus in 1938, three of which are in Mexico: Cephalocereus, Mitrocereus, and Pilocereus. The discussion of Pachycerei is divided into series Acephalanthi, with subseries Erianthi and Neobuxbaumia, and series Cephalanthi. 1942. "Cactaceae Lindley." ( C a c t a c e a e 1942: 1-80.) "Systematische uebersicht, neubearbeitung mit beschreibungsschluessel," down to genera, and in some cases series and subseries, with type species for each. 1942a. "Zur geschichte der kakteen." ( C a c t a c e a e 1942 (part 2 ) : 172, 19 maps.) "Im verlauf der entwicklung des Amerikanischen kontinentbildes und die geschichte der Neuen Welt und die Cactaceae"; from Palaeozoic times, with consideration of the probable original areas of the Cactaceae and the direction of their distribution. The discussion is arranged for families, tribes, and subtribes. Also included is a list of purely American plant families, their distribution, and number of genera and species (from Irmscher, 1922, q.v.). 1942b. "Neue arten aus Stachlige wüdnis." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 51: 61-65.) New species in Echinofossulocactus, Mammillaria, and Coryphantha, from Hidalgo, Guerrero, and San Luis Potosi. 1944. "Verbreitung und vorkommen der Cactaceae." ( C a c t a c e a e 1944: 1-111, 44 maps.) With a general section on distribution in the New World, then a detailed analysis by subfamilies and genera, giving the type locality for each genus. 1947. "Praehistorische kakteenkunde." (Sukkulentenkunde 1: 3-7, illus., incl. map; with English summary.) Discusses Marshall's article in Cactus # 2 , 1946, q.v., on the problem of the subspecies, and suggests the importance of studies of fossil cacti. 1948. "Four new species from North Argentina and Mexico." (Spine 1 ( 4 ) : 107-113, illus.) Includes Neottoydia matehualensis and N. pulleineana, both from San Luis Potosi. 1948a. Amerikas kakteen. Hamburg, 176 p. Their place in the history of the American continent, their uses and harmful effects; at the end there is a brief description of genera mentioned in the text. 1949. "Coryphantha pseudonickelsae Backb. n.sp." (Blaett. Sukk. 1: 1, illus.) From Durango. 1949a. "Haseltonia Backbg. n.g. ( 1 9 4 9 ) . " (Blaett. Sukk. 1: 3, illus.) "C. hoppenstedtii kein Cephalocereus." 1949b. "Polaskia, ein merkwuerdig bluehenden Cereus." (Blaett. Sukk. 1 : 4 , illus.)


Stachlige wildniss. Radebeul and Berlin, 294 p., illus. "80,000 km. durch die urweit Amerikas; fahrten und abenteuer eines wildpflanzenjaegers." Pages 218-285 are entitled "Durch die kakteenweit Mexikos"; this includes trips to Guerrero, Hidalgo, San Luís Potosí, and Puebla. A dictionary of various terms from the Americas is added with equivalents in German. On p. 346, there is a reference to Echinofossulocactus guerraianus, without a description; this is cited in Ind. Kew. as the authority for a new species.

1953. "Un Ananas géant?" (Cactus 37: 213-214.) Description of an Agave crown which resembles a pineapple, and a discussion of the making of pulque and tequila. 1953a. " F . Schwartz—25 ans de collecte de Cactées au Mexique." (Cactus 37: 237-239, illus.) Description of his activities. 1954. "Monographie du genre Epithelantha." (Cactus 39: 25-32, illus., March; 40: 57-64, June.) Trans, by J. Callé. 1958. 1962. Die Cactaceae—Handbuch der kakteenkunde. Jena, 6 vols., maps. This is a suppl. to the Handbuch der sukkulenten pflanzen, beschreibung und kultur die sukkulenten mit ausnähme der Cactaceae, ed. by Hermann Johannes Heinrich Jacobsen, q.v. Volume 1 covers the history and economic importance of the Cactaceae, the systematics of the family with keys, distribution and descriptions, and an "einleitung und beschreibung der Peireskoideae und Opuntioideae." Volumes 2 to 5 review the Cereoideae. Vol. 6 is a supplement and the index. 1959. "Notes on Neogomesia, Pediocactus, Utahia, Navahoa, and Pilocanthus (Cactaceae)." (Natl. Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 4 ( 4 ) : 6367, illus.). The first is described from Mexico.


No species name is assigned for the plant which was collected in Oaxaca. 1949c. "Neodawsonia eine interessante neue Cereen gattung Mexikos." (Blaett. Sukk. 1: 4-5, illus.) N. apicicephalium (Daws.) Backbg. from Oaxaca. 1949d. "Systematik und verbreitungsphaenomene Mesembrianthemaceae, und sukkulenten (Blaett. Sukk. 1: 6-7, map.)

1950. "Nova genera et subgenera." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 2 ( 5 ) : 153154, illus. ) Hertrichocereus new genus, type C. beneckei Ehrenb. from Guerrero. Subg. Eucarnegiea, type Cereus giganteus Engelm. from Sonora. Subg. Rooksbya, type Cereus euphorbioides Haw. Subg. Euastrophytum, type Astrophytum myriostigma Lem. from north central Mexico. Subg. Neoastrophytum, type Echinocactus asterias Zucc. from central Mexico. Dolichothele (K. Schum.) B. & R. emend Backeberg, type Mammillaria longimamma DC. from central Mexico. 1950a. "Stenocacti." (Des. Pl. Life 22: 53-57, illus.) On the genus Echinofossulocactus, with brief descriptions of some species. 1950-1952. "Some results of twenty years of cactus research." ( Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 2 ( 6 ) : 181-190; 2 3 ( 1 ) : 13-20; ( 2 ) : 4 5 - 5 2 ; ( 3 ) : 81-88; ( 4 ) : 117-124; ( 5 ) : 149-155; ( 6 ) : 181-188, 1951; 2 4 ( 1 ) : 13-22, 1952.) Part 1—begins with a synopsis of the family, down to genera. Part 2—an annotated list of species, genera, varieties, and combinations. Part 3—a summary of the literature on the subject. Part 4—a bibliography of Backeberg's works. Part 5—an index by E . Yale Dawson to Latin names in Part 2.

der Cactaceae, Euphorbiaceae."

1949e. "New ways in cactology." ( C a c t . Succ. Jour. 21 ( 1 - 4 ) : 3-7, 35-37, 83-85, 123-126, illus., 4 maps; transl. by John Poindexter.) Includes a discussion of various systems of cactus taxonomy; maps are taken from p. 32-33 of "Zur geschichte der kakteen, in Cactaceae," 1942, q.v. 100

BACKEBERG, Curt, and Guenther KILIAN. 1960. "Ein neuer Roseocactus." (Kakt. And. Sukk. 11 ( 1 0 ) : 149-152, illus.) R. intermedius n. sp., from the north of Mexico. BACKER, Cornelis Andries. 1936. Verklärend woordenboek der wetenschappelijke namen. Groeningen, 644 p.—DA. Scientific names of plants, used in Netherlands and Dutch Indies, for wild as well as cultivated plants; with biographies of people for whom plants are named. BADER, Frido J. Walter. 1960. "Die Coniferen der tropen." ( Decheniana 113( 1 ): 71-97, 8 tables, map, bibl. ) A distributional study by genera, with data also on altitudinal


BADI AN US limits. One table summarizes data on the Pinus species of Mexico and Central America. 1960a. "Die Verbreitung borealer und subantarktischer holzgewaechse in den gebirgen des tropenguertels." ( N o v a Acta Leop. n. s. 23(148): 1-544, 15 maps, 16 profiles, 95 tables, bibl. 1960. "Eine areal geographische Studie in dreidimensionaler sieht." It is divided into two parts; one, "horizontale areal gestaltum der gattungen und arten," is arranged systematically. The other, "die vertikale arealgestaltum und die bildung gesellschaften," is subdivided into "borealen gattungen" and "subantarktischen gattungen." Mexico is included under both in the following groups: "neotropisch-montane gattungen," "neotropischpazifisch-montane gattungen" and "pantropisch-montane gattungen." It is also included under "borealen gattungen" in the "neotropisch Afrikanisch montane gattungen." 1961. "Das areal der gattung Gunnera L." (Bot. Jahrb. 8 0 ( 3 ) : 281293, map., bibl. ) Included, for the New World, is a profile for altitudinal distribution. Distribution is given for 7 genera in the Halorrhagidaceae and for 42 species of Gunnera. Two species are cited from Mexico: G. killipiana and G. mexicana. BADIANUS, Juan. See A C E V E D O LOPEZ, Santos, 1953; BLANTON, William B., 1936; CRUZ, Martin de la, and BADIANUS, 1552. BADILLO, Eulalio R. 1896. "Apuntes sobre el cultivo del chile." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 20: 596, 617, 635, 653, 664.) On Capsicum. BADILLO (also as Vadillo), Perfecto. 1869. "Del cacao." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. II, 1: 190-192; also according to the index; in Per. Of. Edo. Michoacán No. 276, 1870; the work itself was not seen. See also "Noticia sobre el cacao," in Cultivador 2:233-235, 1873.) A separate, El cacao, was printed in México, 1870, 8 p.—Bibliot. Públ. Morelia. The work was written in Cd. del Carmen in 1865. On Theobroma cacao, "su cultivo y sus aplicaciones." BAEGERT, Johann Jacob (listed also as Jacob and Juan Jacobo). 1772. Noticias de la península Americana de California. México, 1942, 262 p., 2 illus., introd. by Paul Kirchhoff. Trans, b y Pedro R. Hendrichs Pérez from the original German Nachrichten von der Amerikanischen halbinsel California, pubi, in Mannheim, 1772. A résumé of the 1772 ed. was pubi, in (Année Géog. 5: 233-239, 1866). An English ed., entitled Observations in Lower California, trans, by Magda M. Brandenburg and Carl L. Baumann, was pubi, in Berkeley, 1952. The original is at CSm. According to Meigs, this is one of the fundamental sources on the Jesuit area of Lower California. But Medina in his Diccionario de anónimos y seudónimos Hispánicos says Baegert's Nachrichten are a translation of Miguel Venegas' Natural and civil history of California, with additions by Andrés Marcos Burriel. Chapter headings are similar, but here the similarity seems to end. Chapters 4, 5, and 6 contain information on plant life. An excerpt, from the original entitled "An account of the aboriginal inhabitants of the Californian peninsula," was printed in (Ann. Rep. Smithson. Inst, (for 1863) 1864; 352-369; and in the Report for 1864, printed 1865, 378-399) with an introduction by the editor and translator, Charles Rau. The introduction summarizes the information on plants from the first part of the book, which is not translated here. The part translated does contain references to plants in the section on food. BAEHNI, Charles. 1934-1936. "Sur la position systématique du genre Goethalsia." (Candollea 6: 44-45.) Agrees with Gleason in taking it from the Tiliaceae, but puts it in the Bixaceae rather than Flacourtiaceae. 1936. "Ipomoea heptaphylla." (Rhodora 38: 164.) A note on its occurrence in southern Georgia and the report of a specimen in the Field Museum Herbarium, not previously cited from Campeche. 1936-1938. "Revision des genres Neoleretia, Mappia, et Humirianthera (Icacinaceae)." (Candollea 7: 167-188.) Mappia mexicana is included.

1936-1938a. "Villadia et Altamiranoa." (Candollea 7:283-286.) "Etude sur la fusion de deux genres de Crassulacées," which are combined in Villadia. 1936-1938b. "Mémoires sur les Sapotacées." (Candollea 7: 394-507.) I. "Système de classification"—with a discussion of synonymy, and a key to the genera. 1942-1943. "Mémoire sur les Sapotacées II. L e genre Pouteria." (Candollea 9: 147-475.) Covers morphology, geographic distribution, synonymy, conspectus sectionum, and clavis specierum, descriptions of 318 species with distribution, a list of exsiccatae used, with collection numbers, and the names of collectors. Several new taxa are described from Mexico. 1943-1946. "L'ouverture du boton chez les fleurs de Solanées." (Candollea 10: 399-492, illus., bibl.) With a proposed new classification of Solanaceae. BAERNER, Johannes, und Burghard H E L W I G . 1927. Beitraege zur serologischen systematik der pflanzen. Stuttgart, 83 p., 5 pl., bibl. Bibliot. Bot. No. 94. First author did the Geraniales, Sapindales, Rhamnales, and Malvales; the second from the Verticillatae to the Ranales, and the Primulales. BAERNER, Johannes Max Wilhelm, and Johann Friedrich MUELLER. 1943. Die mutzhoelzer der welt. Neudamm, 4 vols., bibl. In systematic arrangement by families, with genera and species, common names, descriptions, country of origin, uses, and, for some, description of the wood. BAEZ, J. Ramiro Avila. See AVILA BAEZ, J. Ramiro. BAEZ, Manuel Martinez. See MARTINEZ BAEZ, Manuel. BAEZ, Maria Dolores Aburto. See ABURTO BAEZ, Maria Dolores. BAEZA, Bartolomé J. Granada. See GRANADA BAEZA, Bartolomé J. BAEZA, M. Cil. See GIL BAEZA, M. BAEZO, Perfecto. 1832. "Vocabulario de las lenguas Castellana y Maya." Géog. (Paris) 18: 215-217.)



BAHR, Max. 1906. Reise berichte ueber Ameríka. Lansberg a W., 252 p. With a brief section on Mexico, which contains some references to maguey and coffee. BAIER, Johann Jacob (Jakob). 1730. "De Aloes Americanae." (Acta. Phys. Med. 3: 408-410 illus.) "Per suum semen felici propagatione"; with illustrations of steps in their growth. BAILEY, Clyde H. 1904. "The composition and quality of Mexican wheats and wheat flours." (Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 6 ( 1 ) : 57-64.) From samples collected in Jalisco and Sonora. BAILEY (Edward Henry Summerfield), and Herbert S(tevens) BAILEY. 1922. Food products from afar. New York, 281 p., illus—PU. Includes chapters on "nuts from semi-tropical lands," "living with our Latin American neighbors," "stimulants and sedatives in southern lands"; (this includes cacao and pulque). BAILEY, E. H. S. 1929. "Food products originating in Latin American countries and their importance in the world market." (Jour. Geog. 28: 207211.) Abstract of talk given at the 3d Pan American Congress in Lima; plants are divided into tubers, fruits, beverages, and flavors. BAILEY, Herbert S(tevens). See BAILEY, E. H. S., 1922. BAILEY, Irving Widmer. See abo MONEY, Lillian L., et al, 1950; SINNOTT, Edmund Ware, and BAILEY, 1914. BAILEY, I(rving) W ( i d m e r ) , and Richard Alden HOWARD. 1941. "The comparative morphology of the Icacinaceae." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 22: 125-132, 4 pi. continued as below.)



BAILEY—continued Contains the following: I. Anatomy of the node and internode. II. Vessels—170-187, 6 pi. III. Imperfect tracheary elements and xylem parenchymas— 432-442, 3 pi. IV. Rays of the secondary xylem—556-568, 4 pi. BAILEY, Irving Widmer, and Charlotte G. NAST. 1943-1945. "The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 24: 340-346, 3 pi., 1943; cont. on p. 472481, 6 pl. ; 25: 97-103, 4 pi., 215-220, 3 pi., 342-348, 3 pl„ 454-465, 4 pi. 1944; 26: 37-47, 1945.) Divided as follows: I. Pollen and stamens; II. Carpels; III. Wood; IV. Anatomy of the node and vascularization of the leaf; V. Foliar epidermis and sclerenchyma; VI. Vascular anatomy of the flower shoot; and VII. Summary and conclusions. BAILEY, I. W. 1960-1962. "Comparative anatomy of the leaf-bearing Cactaceae." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 4 1 ( 4 ) : 341-349, 1960, 7 pi.) In progress. For continuation, see below. 1, Foliar vasculature of Pereskia, Pereskiopsis, and Quiabentia. Part 2, "Structure and distribution of sclerenchyma in the phloem of . . ." was published in 4 2 ( 2 ) : 144-156, illus., 1961; part 3, "Form and distribution of crystals in . . ." appeared in 42: 334-340, illus., 1961; part 4, done with Lalit Mohan Srivastava." The fusiform initials of the cambium," appeared in 4 3 ( 2 ) : 187-197, 5 pi., 1962; part 5, with Srivastava cited as the first author, "The secondary phloem," was in 4 3 ( 3 ) : 234-272, illus., 1962; part 6, "The xylem of Pereskia saccharosa and P. aculeata," appeared in 4 3 ( 4 ) : 376-383, 5 pl„ 1962. BAILEY, J. F. 1897. "The papaw (Carica papaya Linn.)" (Queensland Agr. Jour. 1: 226-227.) Descriptions, culture, uses, and chemical composition. 1898. "Lignum vitae (Guaiacum officinale Linn.)." (Queensland Agr. Jour. 3: 206-207, illus.) Description, distribution, and uses. BAILEY, Liberty Hyde. See also GRAY, Asa and WATSON, Sereno, 1878-1897: LUNDELL, Cyrus Longworth, et al, 1942-in progress; MOLDENKE, H. N„ 1949; WOODSON, Robert E. et al, 1937—in progress. 1887. "The origin of the tomato from a morphological standpoint." (Amer. Nat. 21: 573-576, 1 pi.) With a classification of cultivated tomatoes, according to morphological principles. 1887a. "A preliminary synopsis of the North American Carices." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Set. 22: 59-157.) "Including those of Mexico, Central America, and Greenland, with the American bibliography of the genus." 1889. "Studies of the types of various species of the genus Carex." (Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 1 ( 1 ) : 1-85.) Includes descriptions of new species, with the following from Mexico: C. pertenuis and C. straminea Willd. var. australis; also a list of Liebmann's Mexican Carices, with a number of suggested changes in the names. 1890. "Ackermann's Phyllocactus." (Amer. Gard. 11: 448-449, illus. facing p. 445.) Descriptions of seven other species as well. 1890a. "Cactuses indoors and out." (Amer. Gard. 11:459-467, illus.) Publ. anonymously. Descriptions, distribution (those out of the United States taken from Grisebach, Vegetation der erde q.v.), uses, and synopsis of the family. 1892. "Notes on Carex." (Bot. Gaz. 17: 148-153.) C. pringlei from San Luís Potosí is included. 1892a. "The wild potato of the Mexican region." (Cornell Univ. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 49: 350-352.) Identified as probably Solanum tuberosum var. boreale Gray. (S. fendleri Gray.) 102

1893. "The Columbian Exposition." (Gard. For. 6: 389.) With a paragraph on plants displayed in the Mexican section, listed by genera, with some specific names. 1896. The survival of the unlike. New York, 515 p., illus.—PU. Chap. 4 discusses several species and varieties of corn, tomatoes, and beans; tomatoes are considered in greater detail in chap. 30. 1914-1917. Standard cyclopedia of horticulture. New York, 6 vols.; also 1939, 3 vols., illus.-PPAN. Publ. first as Cyclopedia of American horticulture, New York, 4 vols., illus., 1900-1902. With articles on various groups by cooperating specialists. In the article on Agaves by Trelease, in the first edition, there are various new species described. 1925. "Enumeration of the Eubati (dewberries and blackberries) native in North America." (Gent. Herb. 1 ( 5 ) : 203-297, illus. 91-139.) With keys, descriptions, and distribution. 1929. "The domesticated Cucurbitas." (Gent. Herb. 2 ( 2 ) Art. 4: 63115, figs. 29-64.) The illustrations are from old herbals. 1930. "An interesting Sedum." (Jour. Cact. Soc. Amer. 1: 225-256, illus.) S. mexicanum as a house plant. 1930, 1932. "Three discussions in Cucurbitaceae." (Gent. Herb. 2 ( 4 ) Art. 8: 175-186, figs., 94-98, 1930; An addenda follows in 2 ( 7 ) Art. 13: 427-430, figs., 183-185, 1932.) In the first part there is a discussion of the Texan gourd, Cucurbita texana, of which it is said, "very likely the plant is also Mexican." The second part discusses the nomenclature of various genera. 1932. "The blackberries of North America." (Gent. Herb. 2(Fasc. 6, Art. 12): 271-423, illus. no. 147-182; (Fasc. 7, Art. 14): 442471, illus. no. 191-203.) 1933. The cultivated conifers. New York, 404 p., 48 pi., illus.; successor to The Cultivated Evergreens, 1928. The first part is a taxonomic treatment with keys, descriptions, and place of origin; the second part is on the culture. 1933a. "Palms and their characteristics." (Gent. Herb. 3, Fasc. 1, Art. 1: 1-29, illus. 1-19.) An introductory article, mainly on collecting of palms. 1933b. "Certain palms of Panama." (Gent. Herb. 3, Fasc. 2, Art. 2: 33-116, illus. 20-88.) Includes genera which range into Mexico, e.g., Scheelea, Acrocomia, Desmoncus, Bactris, and Acanthorrhiza. 1933c. "Eubates australes." (Gent. Herb. 3, fasc. 3, art. 3: 119-148, illus. 89-97.) 1934. "The species of grape peculiar to North America." (Gent. Herb. 3, Fasc. 4, Art. 4: 151-244, illus. 98-132.) On Vitis. 1934a. "American palmettoes." (Gent. Herb. 3(Fasc. 6, Art. 6 ) : 275337, illus.) A comprehensive survey of the structure and the taxonomy of the genera Sabal, Inodes, and Serenoa. Keys to species and detailed descriptions are provided for the genus Sabal. 1935. "The royal palms." (Gent. Herb. 3, fasc. 7, art. 7: 343-387, illus.: 191-226.) On Oreodoxa regia. 1936. "Washingtonia." (Gent. Herb. 4, fasc. 2, art. 3:53-82, figs. 28-45.) A survey article. 1937. "Erythea-the hesper palms." (Gent. Herb. 4(Fasc. 3, Art. 4 ) : 85-118, illus.) A taxonomic survey, with keys, descriptions, and distributional data. 1937a. The garden of gourds. New York, 134 p., illus. Study of Cucurbitaceae for gardeners, with classification, distribution, and taxonomy. Mexican species are included. 1937,1943. "Notes on Brahea." (Gent. Herb. 4, fasc. 3, art. 5: 119125, figs. 72-74, 6, fasc. 4, art. 4: 177-195, figs. 87-100, 1943.)


BAILEY 1938. "Thrinax." (Gent. Herb. 4, fasc. 4, art. 6: 129-140, figs. 7585.) A survey article. 1940. "Phaseolus lunatus and relatives." (Gent. Herb. 4:336-341, illus.) Discusses P. limensis and the horticultural synonymy of P. coccineus. 1941. "Acrocomia." (Gent. Herb. 4(Fasc. 12, Art. 3 9 ) : 421-476, figs. 254-298. ) History, morphology, and a tentative key to species with distribution for each. One species, A. mexicana, is cited from Mexico. 1941-1945. "Rubus in North America." (Gent. Herb. 5 ( 1 / 1 0 ) : 1932, 426 illus. ) A monographic study, covering the history, keys to genera, subgenera, and species, with descriptions and distribution. 1943. "Notes on an Erythea." (Gent. Herb. 6(Fasc. 4, Art. 4 ) : 196197.) E. clara, spec. nov. from Sonora. 1943a. "Species of Cucurbita." (Gent. Herb. 6, fasc. 5, art. 6 : 2 6 7 322, figs. 140-165.) On species, wild or native, in the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, and British Honduras; especially useful for Mexico; with some information also on a few other genera and species in the family, including an illustration and description of Cayaponia alata Cogn., from Yucatán. 1944. "Revisio palmettorum." (Gent. Herb. 6, fasc. 7, art. 11: 367459, figs. 186-251.) On the genus Sabal. 1948. "Jottings in the Cucurbitas." (Gent. Herb. 7 ( 5 ) : art. 6 : 4 4 9 477, figs. 211-239.) Describes Cucurbita argyrosperma Hort. grown from an unnamed Mexican seed; also C. kellyana and C. moorei, both from Mexico. BAILEY, L. H., and H. E. MOORE, Jr. 1949. "Comments on Reinhardtia and Malortiea." (Gent. Herb. 8 ( 2 ) art. 9: 189-191, illus. 80-81.) Describe R. elegans Liebm. ex Mart, and R. spinigera n.sp., both from Oaxaca. BAILEY, Virginia Long. 1962. "Revision of the genus Ptelea (Rutaceae)." (Brittonia 1 4 ( 1 ) : 1-45, 15 illus., incl. maps.) With a key to species, subspecies, and varieties. Mexican material includes P. trifoliata subsp. angustifolia var. an gust ifolia and var. cognata; subsp. coahuilensis var. coahuilensis and var. pumila; and P. aptera. The last part is devoted to a discussion of the population studies carried out and their relation to an understanding of the history of the genus.

1859. Etude générale des Euphorbiacées. Paris, 684 p., 27 pl.—DA. Trans, by J. K. Hasskarl and publ. in (Flora 42: 626-640, 643656, 721-746, 1859. The beginning of this last part is numbered incorrecdy 741-754). Includes structure, distribution, relationships, classification, and a description of genera. The last section of the translated version is entitled "Clavis analyticum generum Euphorbiacearum secundum Bâillon Etude générale des Euphorbiacées." 1860-1861. "Mémoire sur la symétrie et l'organogénie florale des Marantées." (Adansonia 1: 306-327, 1 pl.) Publ. anonymously. 1860-1861a. "Recherches sur l'organization, le développement et l'anatomie des Caprifoliacées." (Adansonia 1:353-382, 1 pl.) Publ. anonymously. 1861-1862. "Etudes organogéniques sur quelques genres de Byttneriacées." (Adansonia 2: 166-181.) Includes Theobroma in the family. 1861-1863. "Memoire sur les Loranthacées." (Adansonia 2 : 3 3 0 381, illus., 1861-1862; 3:50-128, 1 pl., 1862-1863.) Publ. anonymously. A detailed discussion of morphology with a conspectus generum. 1862-1863. "Organogénie florale des Cordiacées." (Adansonia 3: 1-7, 1 pl.) Publ. anonymously. 1863-1864. "Mémoire sur la famille des Rénonculacées." (Adansonia 4: 1-57.) Publ. anonymously. With a description of the genera. 1864-1866. "Observations sur les Saxifragées—l'organisation, les rapports et les limites de cette famille." (Adansonia 5: 282-304, 1864-1865; 6: 1-15, 1865-1866.) Publ. anonymously. 1866-1867. "Mémoire sur la famille des Magnoliacées." (Adansonia 7:1-16,65-69.) Publ. anonymously. 1866-1867a. "Revision des Aristoloches médicinaux." (Adansonia 7:267-291.) Publ. anonymously. Includes Aristolochia foetida and A. anguicida from Mexico. 1867-1868. "Mémoire sur la famille des Anonacées." (Adansonia 8: 162-184, 295-344.) Publ. anonymously. Second section has a classification down to genera. 1867-1868a. "Anonaceae Mexicanae Liebmannianae enumeratae." (Adansonia 8: 265-269.) Publ. anonymously. Includes the following new species: A. involucrata, A. liebmanniana, Anona? depressa, Guatteria galeottiana, and G. diospyroides. 1867-1876. "Stripes exoticae novae." (Adansonia 8:345-351, 186667; 9:146-152, 1868-70; 10:240-247, 1871-73; 11:175-182, 1873-76. ) Publ. anonymously. With descriptions of the following new species from Mexico: Uvaria hahniana, Chamaemeles mexicana, Ruyschia mexicana, Pistacia occidentalis, Smodingium andrieuxii, and S. virlettii. 1867-1895. Histoire des plantes. Paris, 13 vols., illus. Trans, by Marcus M. Hartog as The natural history of plants, London, 1871-1888, 8 vols. Descriptions of the plants, their history, and uses. 1868-1870. "Sur un nouveau genre d'Anonacées a fleurs dimères et unicarpelles." (Adansonia 9: 218-220.) Publ. anonymously. Includes Tridimeris hahniana from Mexico. 1868-1870a. "Observations sur les Légumineuses—Papilionacées. (Adansonia 9:230-240.) Publ. anonymously. Includes "sur un nouveau Brongniartia"—B. oligosperma from Mexico. 1871-1873. "Note sur le Rigiostachys." (Adansonia 10:42-44.) On R. squamata (according to Planchon (J. E.?), perhaps the Recchia of Sessé and Mocino); calls it a member of the Rosaceae. 1871-1873a. "Nouvelles notes sur les Hamamelidées." (Adansonia 10: 120-137.) Publ. anonymously. 1871-1873b. "De genero novo Picrella." (Adansonia 10: 149-151.) Publ. anonymously. Includes P. trifoliata from Mexico. 1871-1873c. "Observations sur les Rutacées." ( Adansonia 10: 299333.) Publ. anonymously. Includes Toxosiphon lindeni and Megastigma galeottii from Mexico.

BAILEY, William Whitman. 1906. "The chocolate plant." (Amer. Bot. 10: 87-89. ) A popular article. BAILLARD, Sr. Edmé ( pseud. ). See ROYER de PRADE, Jean. BAILLAUD, Emile. See also PERROT, Em., 1911. 1910. "Observations sur l'emploi des cactus dans l'alimentation du bétail." (Jour, d'Agrie. Trop. 10(111): 257-262.) Includes "expériences faites au Mexique," with Opuntia mainly; based on many works, including those of Griffiths, q.v. BAILLEY de MERLIEUX, Charles François. 1903. "Cultivo del lúpulo." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 27: 503-508, 554557, unfin. ) On Humulus lupulus. BAILLON, Henri Ernest. 1858. "Recherches sur l'organisation des Euphorbiacées." Paris, 241 p. Thesis—PPAN. Description of genera with distribution. 1858a. "Anthostemideaíum sive Euphorbiacearum monandrarum descriptionem." (Ann. Sci. Nat. IV, 9: 132-204.) With a conspectus of genera and descriptions of species; includes Dalembertia populifolia and D. platanoides from Mexico. 103



Paris 2 ( 1 0 3 ) : 819-820.) T. galeottiana from Oaxaca. 1890a. "Sur le Neolindenia." (Bull. Soc. Linn. Paris 2 ( 1 0 7 , 1 0 9 ) : 851, 867-868.) With a description of N. mexicana from Chiapas.

BAILLON—continued 1873 (1874). "Sur la culture indigène des Convolvulacées purgatives." (Assoc. Fr. Av. Sci., Compt. Rend. 2: 452-457, 3 pl.) With a discussion on the nomenclature of the true jalap, which is identified as Exogonium jalapa. 1873-1876. "Sur les Krameria et leur symétrie florale." ( Adansonia 11: 15-23, illus.) 1873-1876a. "Nouvelles observations sur les Euphorbiacées." ( Adansonia 11: 72-138, illus.) On p. 120-123, there is is a discussion of the classification of various Mexican genera: e.g., Stillingia and Sebastiania. 1874. "Sur les caractères spécifiques de Toluifera." (Bull. Soc. Linn. Paris 1: 7-8.) Distinguishing between Myroxylon toluiferum and M. peruiferum. 1876-1879. "Nouvelles observations sur les Onagrariées." (Adansonia 12: 21-39.) A discussion of structure, and the relationships of various genera. 1876-1879a. "Recherches nouvelles sur les Araliées et sur la famille des Ombellifères en général." (Adansonia 2: 125-178.)

BAILY, J. See JUARROS, Domingo, 1808-1818. BAIN, Douglas Cogburn. See REEVES, Robert Gatlin and BAIN, 1947. BAKER, Bella Yvonne, and Maynard W. QUIMBY. 1953. "A morphological study of the seeds of Pachyrrhizus erosus (L.) Urban, the yam bean." (Jour. Amer. Pharm. Assoc. 42: 471-473, illus.; based in part on a thesis by Baker for Mass. Coll. Pharm.) A study of macro- and micromorphology. BAKER, Carl Fuller. 1902. "A revision of the Elephantopeae (Comp.)" (Trans. Acad. Set. St. Louis 12: 43-56, 1 pi.) A brief report on the species of Mexico is included. BAKER, C. F. 1913. "Dissemination of new tropical plants." (Amer. Breed. Mag. 4: 209-217, illus.) A general article urging activity along this line, listing some selected plants for the purpose. BAKER, Edmund Gilbert. See also BRITTEN, James and BAKER, 1896, 1897, 1900, 1900a; PRAIN, David, and BAKER, 1902; ROSE, J. N„ 1895; 1895b; 1895c; 1897a. 1890-1894. "Synopsis of genera and species of Malveae." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 28: 15, 140, 207, 239, 339, 367, 1890; 29: 49, 164, 362, 1891; 30: 71, 136, 235, 290, 324, 1892; 31: 68, 212, 267, 334, 361, 1893; 32: 35, 1894.) Arranged systematically, with descriptions of species and distribution. 1898. "Two old American types." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 36: 129-132.) One is Heliocarpus; the author discusses Rose's revision in Contr. U. S. Nat. Herb. 5 ( 3 ) , 1897, q.v., and suggests changes he considers desirable. 1899. "Notes on Malvaviscus." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 27: 344-348.) A review of the genus with descriptions of species and distribution.

BAILLON, Henri Ernest, et al. 1876-1892. Dictionnaire de botanique. Paris, 4 vols., illus. For the introduction see "Preface d'un nouveau dictionnaire de botanique." (Adansonia 12:40-49, 1876-1879.) According to a footnote, this was omitted from the first fascicle, but inserted later. BAILLON, H. 1877. "Sur le Reana luxurians." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 1 4 ) : 108-110.) Discussion of its structure, particularly as compared with that of Tripsacum. 1877a. "Encore sur le Reana luxurians." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn Paris 1 ( 1 6 ) : 125-126.) Discussion of Reana as compared with Tripsacum, referring in particular to the views of Fournier and Decaisne. 1878. "Sur les organes de végétation du Reana." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 1 9 ) : 145-146.) Reviews the reasons for distinguishing Reana from Tripsacum, but disagrees with Ascherson who doubts the identity of Reana luxurians and Euchlaena mexicana. 1879. "Sur le Microsplenium et la suppression de la famille des Caprifoliacées." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 2 6 ) : 203204.) Transfers M. coulteri (Hook.) to Machaonia in the Rubiaceae and describes other species of Machaonia from Mexico: M. galeottiana, M. veracruzana, M. lindeniana, and M. hahniana. 1880. "Sur le Podophania." (Bull. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 3 4 ) : 268-269.) Description of P. ghiesbreghtiana and a discussion of related species. 1883. "Un nouvel Ipomoea, remède de la rage." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 4 9 ) : 385.) I. sescossiana from San Luís Potosí, known as quiebra plato and espanta vaqueros. 1884. Traité de botanique médicale phanérogamique. Paris, 2 vols., illus.—PPAP. Gives descriptions of the plants, with country of origin and discussion of synonomy and nomenclature in some cases. 1887. "Un nouveau genre gamopétale de Loasacées." (Bull. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 8 2 ) : 650-651.) Description of Loasella rupestris from Guaymas. 1887-1888. "Observations sur les Gesneriacées." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 90 ) : 717-720, ( 91 ) : 722-725. ) A discussion of systematics of the family with special reference to Isoloma (Cesneria) hahnii from Mexico. 1889. "Sur un nouveau Plocosperma." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Paris 1 ( 9 8 ) : 780-781.) Species are described from the collections of Galeotti, but not named. 1890. "Sur un nouveau Thenardia du Mexique." (Bull. Soc. Linn.,

BAKER, Frank Collins. 1895. A naturalist in Mexico. Chicago, 145 p., 41 illus., map. For criticism by Witmer Stone see (Science n.s. 2 ( 4 4 ) : 592-593, November 1, 1895). Covers northern Yucatán and Mexico, a sketch of a naturalist's experiences, with special interest in the fauna; references to plant life are given in passing. BAKER, Henry William Clinton. See CLINTON-BAKER, Henry William. BAKER, H(erbert) G(eorge). 1948-1953. "Dimorphism and monomorphism in the Plumbaginaceae." (Ann. Bot. n.s. 12:207-219, illus. 1948; 17:433-445, illus., 615-627, 2 maps, 1953.) The first part is a general survey; maps show the distribution of various genera. Part 2 considers "Pollen and stigmata in the genus Limonium," "for the solution of taxonomic, phylogenetic and phytogeographic problems." Several species in the genus range into Mexico. Part 3 discusses the "Correlation of geographical distribution patterns with dimorphism and monomorphism in Limonium." BAKER, John Gilbert. See also ROSE, J. N., 1895b; SAUNDERS, William Wilson, 1868-1873(?). BAKER, J. G. 1870. "The known forms of Yucca." (Gard. Chron.: 828-829, 923, 1088, 1183-1184, 1122-1123, 1217, illus.) Arranged in groups, with descriptions and original habitat; descriptions of some new species are included. 1871. "A revision of the genera and species of herbaceous capsular gamophyllous Liliaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 11: 349436.) Includes Bessera elegans and Milla biflora from Mexico.


BAKER 1872. "On Dasylirion and Beaucarnea." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 10: 296299, 323-329.) With a key to species, descriptions, distributional data, and history of the introduction of many species into Europe. D. laxifolium is described as a new species from Mexico. 1874. "On new or little known capsular gamophyllous Liliaceae." (/our. Bot. Br. For. 12: 3-8.) Mentions that Milla biflora Cav. is the plant described by Schauer as Diphalangium. 1875. "Revision of the genera and species of Tulipeae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 14: 211-310.) Calochortus from Mexico is included. 1876. "Yucca whipplei." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 6: 196-197, illus.) First description of the flower. 1877. "The genus Agave." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 7: 171, 303, 368, 527, 620, 717, illus., 8: 40, 136, 264, 396, 490, 556, 620, 682, 717, 748, 780, 907.) Trans, by V. Ricasoli as "Rivista delle Agave" and printed in (Bull. Soc. Tosc. Hort. 3: 183, 207, 234, 272 302, 360, 1878). A summary descriptive enumeration; with a key to Agave and its 3 American allies: Bravoa, Fourcroya, and Beschorneria, and a key to the known species, with data on their history under cultivation. The illustrations are all from specimens in the collection of Wilson Saunders. León cites a separate of Ricasoli's translation as Succinto della monographic delle Agave, Firenze, 1879. 1878. "A new key to the genera of Amaryllidaceae." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 16: 161-169.) Down to the genus, with habitat for each; followed by list of 55 genera, and comments on species in each. 1878a. "Systema Iridacearum." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 16: 61180.) Conspectus of tribes and genera, with a list of species and their distribution. 1879. "The species of Fourcroya." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 11: 623-624, 656.) With a key to forms, based on habit and leaves, descriptions of species, and native country. 1879a. "A synopsis of the genus Aechmea." (Jour. Bot. 17: 129, 161, 226.) With keys to sections and species; descriptions include new species and distribution. 1880. "A synopsis of Hypoxidaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. 17: 93-126.) Includes Hypoxis decumbens and Curculigo scorzoneraefolia from tropical America. 1880a. "A synopsis of Colchicaceae and the aberrant tribes of Liliaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 17: 405-510.) Includes Weldenia, Schoenocaulon, and Stenanthium from Mexico. 1880b. "Note on Mikania guaco." (Pharm. Jour. Trans. Ill, 11: 471.) Reviews the synonymy and lists the publications in which the plant is illustrated. 1881. "Zephyranthes macrosiphon." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 16: 70.) Description of a new species from Mexico. 1881a. "A synopsis of the genus Pitcairinia." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 19:225, 266, 303.) Trans, into German as "Synopsis der gattung Pitcairnia" in (Gart. Zeitg. 3: 481-484, illus., 1884). With keys to subgenera, species, descriptions, and distribution. 1881b. "A synopsis of Aloineae and Yuccoideae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 18: 148-241.) With a key to species and detailed descriptions; all in Latin. 1884. "Bravoa bulliana Baker n.sp." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 22: 328.) Describes it as a "South American amaryllid, presumably Mexican." 1884a. "A review of the tuber bearing species of Solanum." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 20: 489-507, 6 pi.) With a special section on those from Mexico, leaving 3 valid species: S. cardiophyllum Lindley, S. jamesii Torrey, and S. oxycarpum Schiede. 1887. "Agave (Littaea) henriquesii n.sp." (Gard. Chron. Ill, 1: 732-733 i.)

BAKHUIZEN van den BRINK "No doubt it is a native of Mexico"; for illustration see III, 2: 307, 1887. 1887,1888. "Synopsis of Tillandsieae." (Jour. Bot. 25:52, 115, 171, 211, 234, 277, 303, 344, 1887; 26: 12, 39, 79, 104, 137, 167, 1888.) With a key to genera and to groups of species, with descriptions and distribution; many new taxa are included from Mexico. 1888. Handbook of Amaryllidae. London, 1888, 216 p. PPAN. With keys, descriptions, and localities. 1889. Handbook of the Bromeliaceae. London, 243 p.-PPAN. With keys, descriptions, and country of origin. 1892. Handbook of the Irideae. London, 247 p. With keys, descriptions, and country of origin. "Full of nomenclatural and tajconomic errors" (Foster—Contr. Gray Herb. 135: 3). 1893. "A synopsis of the genera and species of Museae." (Ann. Bot. 7: 189-222.) Includes Heliconia schiedeana Klotzsch and H. aurantiaca Ghiesb. from Mexico. Descriptions are given with the country of origin. 1893a. "Hymenocallis concinna Baker n.sp." (Gard. Chron. Ill, 14: 150.) Description of a plant from Mexico. 1894. "On the species and garden forms of Canna." (Jour. R. Hort. Soc. 16: 178-188.) History of the genus, and a brief discussion of the subgenera and species of Canna. 1904-1906. "A revised classification of roses." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 37: 70-79.) A catalogue of spec'es, varieties and principal hybrids, with an analytical key to groups, and a brief discussion of geographic distribution. This .eplaces the catalogue printed in (Gard. Chron.: 199, 1885; q v., and in Jour. Bot. 23: 281-286, 1885), as "A classification of garden roses," q.v. BAKER, M. 1957. "Mexico's marvellous maguey." (Herbarist 23: S 1 ^ , illus. (from Dodge News Mag.) The original was not seen. Mainly on its products. BAKER, Milo Samuel. 1947. "A new violet from Mexico." (Madroño 9: 131-133.) Viola galeanaensis from Nuevo León. 1960. "Studies in western violets IX." (Madroño 15(7): 199-204.) Miscellaneous species in the sections Nomimium and Chaemaemelanium. Viola aliceae is described as a new species from Mexico. BAKER, O. E. See FINCH, Vernor Clifford and BAKER, 1917. BAKER, Richard Eric Defoe, and N. Y. SANDWITH. 1953. "The gender of Theobroma." (Kew Bull. Misc. Inf. 4: 591.) It is feminine, not neuter. BAKER, Ross W. 1941. "Reichenbachia." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 9:317-320.) Reports on a complete set of original paintings for the Reichenbachia illustrations in America; describes the work and the paintings. 1942. "Epidendrum mariae." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 11(2): 5657, illus.) Description of a "little known species." BAKER, Walter and Co. 1891. The chocolate plant. Dorchester, 40 p., illus. On the history and botany of Theobroma cacao; illustrations are from Bontekoe, q.v. BAKHUIZEN van den BRINK, Reiner Cornelis. 1921. "Revisio generis Avicenniae." (Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg III, 3: 199-226, pi. 14-22.) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. 1924. "Revisio Bombacacearum." (Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg. Ill, 6: 161-240, pi. 26-38.)



BAKHUIZEN van den BRINK-continued With keys to genera and species, descriptions, synonymy, and distribution. Montezuma is retained in the group though the author feels it belongs better in the Hibisceae of the Malvaceae. BALAREZO, Manuel. 1914. "Baja California." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. V, 7:331-345, 361-383. ) With a section on the flora, the forest, and agricultural wealth. BALBI, Adriano, et al. 1863. Nuevo curso completo de geografía universal. Paris (4th ed.?), vol. 2.—UNAM. Trans, from what? (Abregé de géographie, Paris, 1st ed., 1833 or Elements de géographie général, Paris, 1st éd., 1843?). Mexico is discussed on p. 141-249; on p. 165-167 there is a list of native plants, by common names only, with uses. BALBONTIN, José Rodríguez. José.




BALBONTIN, Juan Maria. 1859. "Notas formadas para la geografía y estadística del Departamento de Querétaro." (Bol. Soc. M ex. Geog. Est. 7: 493-534.) With a detailed list of plants. 1867. Estadística del Estado de Querétaro. México, 206 p.—Libr. Porrua. With a considerable section devoted to useful plants, cited by common names only. BALBONTIN, Manuel. 1873. "Los bosques." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est., I l l , 1: 144-151.) Deploring the destruction of woods and forests, with mention of specific localities, and urging measures of conservation and reforestation. BALBUENA, Bernardo de ( D L C cites as Valbuena). 1604. La grandeza Mexicana. México, 1941, 207 p., illus., ed. by Francisco Monterde. The first ed. was pubi, in Mexico, 1604. Another version, ed. by John Van Home, was pubi, in Urbana, Illinois, 1930. The 6th section of this poem is devoted to plants, native and cultivated. BALDERRAMA, Berta Hiriart Vivar. See HIRIART VIVAR BALDERRAMA, Berta. BALDERRAMA, Salvador González. RAMA, Salvador.



BALDINI, Ferdinando. 1929. "Contribución al estudio de la Heimia salicifolia ( H.B.K. ) Link et Otto." (Bol. Mus. Hist. Nat. Univ. Nac. Tucumán 2 ( 3 ) : 5-12, illus.) Description, root anatomy, and chemical analysis. Issued as a separate, Tucumán, 1929, 21 p., 5 figs., with the author's work on Larrea, q.v. 1929a. "Contribución al estudio de la Larrea divaricata Cav." (Boi. Mus. Hist. Nat., Univ. Nac. Tucumán 2 ( 3 ) : 13-21, illus.) Issued as a separate, Tucumán, 1929, 21 p., 5 figs., with the author's work on Heimia, q.v. Description, anatomy of stem and leaf, and a chemical analysis; a description is taken from Juan A. Domínguez Datos para la materia médica Argentina, 1905. BALDIZAN GATO, Emilia. 1946. La Huasteca Potosina. México, 2 vols, typed, bibl., 7 maps.— BNCE-Méx. With a list of native grasses and forage plants, by common names, many with scientific names. Trees are mentioned, by common names only, in the preamble; there is also a brief discussion of dominant plants of region on p. 75, vol. 1, and a more detailed discussion of grasses and other forage plants on p. 136-142. BALDOC LLANSA, P. 1946. "Cultivo de la papa." (Rancho 2 ( 6 ) : 4, illus.; ( 7 ) : 4-9, 78; ( 8 ) : 6-8, 70; ( 9 ) : 4-7, 75.) On Solanum tuberosum.

1947. "El cultivo del castaño en tierras de México." (Rancho 3 ( 2 0 ) : 13-16.) On Castanea. BALDOVINOS, Francisco. See VARIOUS, 1960b. BALDOVINOS, Gabriel. See VARIOUS, 1960b. BALDRATI, Isaia. 1914. "La chayóte." (Agr. Colon. 8 ( 1 ) : 38-55, illus.) Description, common names, culture, and uses. BALESTIER, Joseph N. See REVERE, Joseph Warren, 1849. BALESTRIER, Louis de (often used the pseudonym L. Agrícola.) See abo BIANCONI, F. 1889. 1895. "El axe." (Prog. Méx. 2(66): 1). On a substance of various uses (varnish, dye, medicine), produced by an insect of the same name which lives on various plants in Michoacán, Veracruz, and Yucatán. 1895a. "Raíz de jalapa-purga." (Prog. Méx. 2 ( 6 8 ) : 1.) On Ipomoea purga. 1895b. "El chicalote." (Prog. Méx. 2 ( 7 0 ) : 1.) On Argemone. 1895c. "Plantas forrajeras de la regiones intertropicales." ( Prog. Méx. 2 ( 9 4 ) : 1-2.) Cont. 3: 4-5, 1895. 1895d. "El jardín en Diciembre." (Prog. Méx. 3: 122-123.) Signed L. Agrícola. On "tulipanes y jacintos." 1895e. "La alegría." (Prog. Méx. 3: 135-36). Signed L. Agrícola. On Amaranthus leucospermus. 1896. "El gombo." (Prog. Méx. 3:270-271.) Signed L. Agrícola. On Hibiscus esculentus. 1896a. "El melón." (Prog. Méx. 3: 789, 801, 4: 22, 45.) Signed L. Agrícola. With a description of the varieties, taken from Vilmorin Andrieux y Co. 1896-1897. "El maíz como planta forragera." (Rev. Agr. 12:266267. ) Signed L. Agrícola. With descriptions of varieties. 1897. "El pipirigallo." (Prog. Méx. 4: 300-301, 320.) On Hedysarum onohrijchis L. as a forage plant. 1897a. "Plantas nocivas." (Prog. Méx. 4: 783-784.) On zacatlaxcale, Cuscuta americana. 1898. "Cada planta en su terreno." (Observador, San Juan Bautista, 3 ( 1 2 5 ) : 1, 2; ( 1 2 8 ) : 1, 2.) On plants that serve as indicators of soil types, with examples taken from the Mexican flora. Common and scientific names are given. The first part is principally quotes from Mariano Barcena. (An. Min. Fom. Méx. vol. 4, q.v. ) The second part is original. 1898a. "La Araucaria como planta industrial." (Prog. Méx. 5: 545546.) Signed L. Agrícola. For gums and resins, etc. 1900. "Algunos usos del pochote." (Prog. Méx. 8 ( 3 4 3 ) : 102-103.) Signed L. Agrícola. On Ceiba. 1900a. "Fibras Mexicanas." (Prog. Méx. 8 ( 3 4 4 ) : 120-121.) On la catana ó tronadora de Tamaulipas, identified as probably "Abutilón." 1901b. "La pita de Tamaulipas." (Prog. Méx. 8 : 2 2 5 . ) Signed L. Agrícola. On yucca; in answer to a letter. 1901c. "El hule de las tierras templadas." (Prog. Méx. 8 ( 3 7 4 ) : 593: reprinted, with the author cited as M., P. de, in Her. Agrie. May, 1906: 3-4.) On Sapium biglandulosum. 1901d. "Una planta mas que da gutaperca." (Prog. Méx. 8 : 6 7 3 674.) On el amate, with a quote from an article by Carlos Renson en Bol. Agr. Rep. San Salvador; (this last was not located). 1901e. "Los Agaves Mexicanos." (Prog. Mex. 9: 112.) Signed L. Agrícola. Discusses "errores cometidos por algunos autores." 106


BALFOUR 1902. "Plantas textiles de México." (Prog. Méx. 9: 342-343.) On el alatle, Sida rhombifolia. 1904. "Algunas plantas Mexicanas." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 2 8 : 8 2 2 824.) Notes on Roystonea (Oreodoxa) regia, samandoque (Hesperaloe), and henequén (Agave). 1905. "Las Acacias para la curtiduría." (Bol. Cám. Agr. Jal. 7 ( 1 ) : 394-401.) Also in (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 29: 122-125, 1905). With common names and, for some, scientific names. 1905a. "El kapok." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 29: 81-84); also in (Per. Of. Est. Mich. 1 3 ( 4 0 ) : 5 ) . With common names, description, culture, distribution, and uses. The plant is identified as Eriodendron (occidentale). 1905b. "Aprovechamiento de algunas Acacias." ( Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 29: 101-103.) Description, origin, and common names. 1905c. "Dos plantas Mexicanas." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 29: 342-345.) One of them is el ahuacate; the other el marañon. 1905d. "El nopal." (Per. Of. Gob. Est. Michoacán 13( 102): 4-5.) Taken from Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. The original has not been located. On its use as a forage plant. 1906. "Nuevas plantas huleras en México." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 30: 41-43.) Also in (Per. Of. Est. Michoacán 1 4 ( 2 0 ) : 4-5, 1906). Refers to palo amarillo, guayule, and Sapium biglandulosum. 1906a. "José C. Segura." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 30: 143-146, port.) 1906b. "Una planta barométrica." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 30: 547549.) Also in (Per. Of. Gob. Est. Mich. 1 4 ( 8 9 ) : 4, 1906). On whether Abrus precatorius exists in Mexico, and on other plants that might serve as weather forecasters. BALFOUR, Isaac Bayley. See SCHIMPER, Andreas Franz Wilhelm, 1898; WARMING, Eugen, and VAHL, 1895. BALFOUR, J. H. (John Hutton). 1848. "Notice of some plants which flowered recently in the Edinburgh Botanical Garden." (Edinb. New Philos. Jour. 44: 200-205.) With a detailed description and discussion of the history of Exogonium purga, "the true jalap plant." BALL, C. F. 1911. "Solandra hartwegii." (Gard. Chron. I l l , 49: 383, illus.) History of the plant and a description. BALL, Carleton Roy. See also ABRAMS, LeRoy, 1923-1960; LUNDELL, Cyrus Longworth, et al, 1942—in progress; ORCUTT, C. R„ 1900. 1921. "Notes on willows of sections Pentandrae and Nigrae." (Bot. Gaz. 72:220-236.) Discusses Salix gooddingii Ball from Mexico. 1942. "Far western novelties in Salix." (Madroño 6: 227-239.) Includes S. hindsiana Benth. var. leucodendroides (Rowlee) comb. nov. which ranges into Mexico. 1949. "Two problems in Salix distribution." (Madroño 10: 81-87, 2 maps. ) Includes a discussion on S. lasiandra from northwestern Mexico. 1950. "New combinations in southwestern Salix." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sei. 40: 324-335.) Mexican material includes: S. gooddingii and its var. variabilis, and S. lasiolepis var. bracelinae. BALL, J. A. 1908? Mexico as described in personal correspondance between Mr. Ben Slaevin North and his friend Mr. Seymour X. South. Chicago, 2d ed., publ. by National Rail Lines of Mexico.—PU. A guidebook; with brief comments on fruits and vegetables on p. 27. BALLANTYNE, John. See DEAN, Richard, et al, 1897. BALLESTEROS, Laura Esther. 1938. "Extracción de la esencia de epazote del ambrosioides." Monterrey, 30 p. Thesis Pharm.


BALLESTEROS GAIBROIS, Manuel, Rafael ALCALA SANTAELLA, and Dolores ESPINOSA NAVARRO. 1947. "Aportación de los médicos y farmacéuticos Españoles a la obra de España en América." (An. Estud. Amer. 4: 521-578.) With a brief section on "botánicos en América": Oviedo, Hernández, Acosta, et al. BALLESTEROS GAIBROIS, Manuel. 1955. "Manuscritos Hispano-indígenas." (An. XXXI Cong. Int. Amer. Sao Paulo, 2: 1099-1108.) With a discussion of Mexican maps that accompanied the Relaciones. BALLESTEROS ZENDEJAS, José L. 1946. "Estudios sobre la zona norte de la República Mexicana." México, 200 p., 6 maps. Thesis ENE. With a list of forage plants by states; common names are taken from Planeación del Crédito Ganadero by Moisés T. de la Peña. BALLINAS, Juan. (1876-1877.) Memorias 1876-1877; el Desierto de los Lacandones." Tuxtla Gutiérrez, 1951, 77 p., illus., 2 maps; introd. and notes by Frans Blom and illus. by G. Duby—MN Méx. An interesting account, but with few references to plants. BALLOU, Maturin Murray. 1890. Aztec land. Boston, 355 p. With many superficial comments on plants. BALLS, Edward K. 1939. "Plant hunting in Mexico." (Gard. Chron., I l l , 105: 122-123, 138-139, 152-153, illus.) Reports of outstanding plants seen on an 8-month trip; the first part concentrates on collecting on the Nevado de Toluca and Popocatepetl; the second part on the Pedregal south of Mexico City, on Mt. Orizaba, and on the Cofre de Perote; the last part, on Malinche. 1942. "Central and South American potatoes for the improvement of European and North American stocks." (Proc. 8th Amer. Set. Cong. 3: 143-147.) With only a brief reference to the author's collections of Solanum demissum in Mexico. 1948. "Some plant introductions especially suited to California gardens." (Jour. Calif. Hort. Soc. 9: 105-111.) Includes descriptions of two Mexican plants: Agastache mexicana and Rubus trilobus. BALLY, P. R. O. See JACOBSEN, Hermann, 1954-1955. BALMASEDA, Francisco Javier. 1885. "Tratado sobre el plátano." (Rev. Agr. 1: 222, 236, 259, 276, 295, 310, 325, 355, 372, 384.) On Musa. 1886-1887. "Breve tratado sobre el cocotero." (Rev. Agr. 2: 14, 30, 45, 110, 125, 142, 207, 223, 263, 279, 294, 310, 343, 359, 382, 404. ) Repr. as a separate, México, 1895, 48 p . - B N Méx. On Cocos nucifera. 1886-1887a. "Cultivo de las patatas." (Rev. Agr. 2:205-206, 245, 260, 277, 291, 309, 381, 403.) On Solanum tuberosum. BALME, Juan. See ( HAWKES, Alex D.)?, 1953c; ROLFE, R. A., 1907; WRIGHT, Norman Pelham, 1958. 1894. La remolacha—su cultivo, rendimiento, y beneficio. México, 12 p.—Bibliot. M. R. Gómez. On Beta vulgaris. BALME, J., and Co. n.d.( after 1904). Mexican orchids and cacti. México, 36 p.—DPU. Lists, well illustrated, with some descriptions. BALME, Juan. 1919. "El olivo y su porvenir." (Rev. Agr. 3( 1 0 ) : 378-383, illus.; not finished.) History of the plant in Mexico. 1919a. "El frambueso y su cultivo." (Rev. Agr. 5 ( 2 ) : 120-123, illus. ) On Rubus idaeus.





BALME—continued 1920. "Lirio del valle ó muguet." (Rev. Agr. 5: 430-432, illus.) On Convallaria. 1920a. "Repoblando nuestros bosques." (Rev. Agr. 5: 522-525.) Special attention is given to Eucalyptus. 1934. Algunos datos acerca del cultivo de frutales. México, 2d éd., 95 p., illus.—BN Méx. With a list of fruits arranged alphabetically by scientific names, with common name, family, and zones where grown. 1938. "Quelques notes sur un arbre fruitier Mexicain, le Crataegus mexicana Moc. et Sessé . . ." {Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 85: 501-502.) "Dont la culture serait intéressante, tant en France qu'aux Colonies." Reprinted in Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 7: 218219, 1938, with the addition of "tres" in the title before "intéressante," and the "qu'aux" changed to "comme aux." Description of the plant includes common names and uses. 1943. "Orquídeas Mexicanas en general." ( Orquídea 1 ( 2 - 6 ) : 73.) Summary of a paper given at the Primer Congr. Intern, de Orquidófilos, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, April, 1943. This was to be published later. See Balme, 1952. 1943a. "Catálogo de las orquídeas Americanas." (Orquídea 1 ( 2 - 6 ) : 83-88.) Summary of a paper given at the Primer Congr. Intern, de Orquidófilos, Tuxtla Guitiérrez, April, 1943. 1946. "Laelias Mexicanas." (Bol. Soc. Bot. Méx. 4: 2-9.) A list of synonyms and common names, from a forthcoming work—"Orquídeas Mexicanas." 1950. "Orquídeas Mexicanas." (Bol. Soc. Bot. Méx. 10: 16-25.) A catalogue of outstanding genera and species, with common and scientific names, and distribution. 1952. "Algunas notas sobre Orquídeas de Chiapas." (Chiapas 1 ( 1 ) : 32-33.) With an alphabetical list, by scientific names, of principal species; some common names also are given. 1952a. "Orquídeas Mexicanas." (Mem. Acad. Nac. Cieñe. Méx. 5 7 ( 1 - 2 ) : 9-42, 7 pl.) Discussion of the most important tribes, a review of the history of Mexican orchids, with particular emphasis on genera noted by Hernández, suggestions for the culture of orchids, and a catalogue of epiphytic Mexican orchids, listed alphabetically by genera and species and with descriptions. BALMIS y BERENGUER, Francisco Xavier. 1794. Demostración de las eficaces virtudes nuevamente descubiertas en las raíces de dos plantas de Nueva España. Madrid, 347 p., 2 col. pl. León cites an Italian éd., Roma, 1795 and a German éd., Leipzig, 1797. On the medicinal uses of "especies de Agave y Begonia"; gives a detailed description of the plants. León in his Biblioteca botánico—Mexicana included an extract from the work on p. 29-54. BALTASAR, Juan Antonio. See ORTEGA, José de, 1754. BALTHIS, Frank K. 1938. "Agave miradorensis." (Des. Pl. Life 10: 32-33, illus.) Description, with the distribution given as eastern Mexico. BALTZER, Elizabeth Ammerman. 1944. "A monographic study of the genus Palafoxia and its immediate allies." ( Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 31: 249-276, illus., maps. ) History, morphology, key to genera and species, descriptions and a list of specimens examined. Study includes Othake, Polypteris, and Palafoxia. BAMFORD, Ronald. See KING, J. Richard and BAMFORD, 1937. BAMPTON, S. S. 1961. "Yams and diosgenin." ( T r o p . Set. 3 ( 4 ) : 150-153.) Mainly on methods of detecting diosgenin in the plants; with general information on the botany and distribution of the plants. BANCALARI, Carlos.

1952. "Monografía del maguey del pulque." (Bol. Soc. Bot. Jalisco 1 ( 1 ) : 37-43.) Description, distribution, uses, and insect enemies.


BANCROFT, Griffing. 1932. Lower California, a cruise—the flight of the Least Petrel. New York and London, 395 p., illus., map. Story of a cruise around Lower California, with much information on plants in the areas visited; by a naturalist interested mainly in birds. BANCROFT, Hubert Howe. 1882-1890. History of the Pacific states of North America. San Francisco, 6 vols., illus., maps, bibl. Volumes 4 to 9 are on Mexico; chapter 29 of vol. 6 is on agriculture. 1893. Resources and development of Mexico. San Francisco, 325 p., illus., maps.—NN. A Spanish version, Recursos y desarrollo de México, San Francisco, 1893, is at DLC. With a brief section on the flora in general and a special chapter on agriculture. BANDA, Isaac. 1856. "Estadística del Territorio de Colima." N.p., 79 p., ms. at SMGE. With a section on the agricultural products. BANDA, Longinos. (1857?) Estadística de Jalisco. Guadalajara, 1873, 209 p., map. Also in (Bol. Soc. Mex Geog. Est. 11: 199, 245, 305, 589, 1865). Marte Gómez mentions an earlier edition of 1857 and one of 1866. The section on agriculture contains a list of the plants, arranged alphabetically with common and scientific names. Chapter 3 ends with a list of the plants of the state, arranged alphabetically by common names, with scientific names. 1870. "De la yuca." (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. II, 2: 555-561.) On Jatropha manihot as a food source, with its history and a description. 1871. "Breves noticias del Volcán de Ceboruco." (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. II, 3: 26-34, 2 pi.) With a section on the plants at the foot of the volcano in Jalisco. 1885. Nociones de historia natural. Guadalajara, 75 p.—Bibl. Pubi. Guadalajara. The work is signed L. B. "Exractados de varios autores para los alumnos del Licèo de Varones"; p. 42-57 are on botany. BANDALA M., M. 1933. "La papaya." (Maes Rur. 3 ( 1 3 ) : 17-19, illus.) On Carica papaya. 1934. "El cacahuate." ( Maes. Rur. 5 ( 12) : 14.) On Arachis. BANDELIER, Adolph Francis (Alphonse). See also HAMMOND, George Peter, and Edgar F. GOAD, 1949; NENTWIG, Juan, (1762?); NUNEZ CABECA de VACA, Alvar, 1542. 1884. "Report of an archaeological tour in Mexico in 1881." ( Papers Archaeol. Inst. America, Amer. Ser., 2: 1-326.) Report of a trip from Tampico to Mexico City, Cholula, and Mitla. References to plants are brief and scattered. 1885. "Die grenzgebiete der Vereinigten Staaten und Mexico's." (Verh. Ges. Erdk. Berlin 12: 258-281.) Vegetation is considered on p. 266-268; common and scientific names are given for the plants. BANDELIER, Fanny Ritter. See NUNEZ CABECA de VACA, Alvar, 1542. BANDERA MOLINA, Juan. 1943. "La trementina y sus derivados." México, 242 p., illus. Thesis UNAM. With a brief section on the pines of Mexico. BANDINELLI, C. O. See MONTES, A. L„ et al, 1961. BANERJI, I. See BOSE, P. K., and BANERJI, 1933. BANIGAN, Thomas Franklin, Jr., J. W. MEEKS, and R. W. PLANCK.


BANKS 1951. "Distribution of wax in guayule." illus.)

(Boi. Gaz.


BARAJAS, Nicolás García. See GARCIA BARAJAS, Nicolás.


BARANDA, Pedro Sainz de. See SAINZ de BARANDA, Pedro.

As found in various parts of the plant.

BARBA, Rafael. See also ALFARO, A., 1906; VARIOUS, 1888-1889. 1895-1896. " E l henequén en Yucatán." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Mex. 19: 468, 683, 719, 732, 750, 766, 1895; 20: 7, 26, 38, 60, 73, 106, 136, 167, 187, 199, 232, 280, 292, 310, 1896.) Publ. also as a separate, México, 1895, 98 p., illus., 1905, 2d ed., 114, p., 2 pi.; 3d ed., 1918, 95 p. An extract by Luís Marin, 28 p., illus., was published in Tacubaya, 1930, by the Depto. Quím. Suelos Agron., Dir. Gral. Agr. Gan., Sria. Agr. Fom.—SHMéx.

BANKS, Georgia. See MARSHALL, William Taylor, 1936. BANNING, Florenz ( Florentius ). 1824. "De herba Nicotianae." Berlin, 30 p., Inaug. Diss.—DA. Mainly on the use of the plant, with an introduction on its history and names. BANNING, George Hugh. 1925. In Mexican waters. London, 196 p., illus., map, 3 2 pi. A well-written account on Lower California and west coast Mexico, with scattered comments on plants.

With native names and description of the plant and its varieties. The emphasis is on culture. 1896. "Selvicultura." (Prog. Méx. 3 : 4 7 4 , 475-477, 489, 492-495, 509, 511, 524-526, 553-555, 604-605, 736-737.) Includes maderas preciosas, with common and scientific names; maderas de construcción; substancias resinosas, y maderas paras combustibles; maderas tintóreas y curtientes; also sections on el oyamél, coquito de aceite, Alfonsia oleífera, cocos del marfil vegetal, and cacao. 1896a. "Explotación de los bosques de México." (Prog. Méx. 3: 722, 750.) The first reference is to ocotzote, Liquidambar; the second to ahuehuete, Taxodium. 1899-1901. "Selvicultura nacional." (Prog. Méx. 6 : 6 3 7 - 6 3 8 , 650652; 7: 609-610; 8: 233-234, 325-326, 360-361, 373-374, 393, 407, 419, 434, 451.) There are many sections before this, but the pages cited contain lists of plants classified as growing in the mountain regions, in the zona calida, zona templada, and zona fría. Common and scientific names are given; some plants are grouped according to use. Vol. 8 contains descriptions of árbol del Perú, Liquidambar, marañon, anacahuite, árbol de mamey, palo de Campeche, and coco. Compare with later work similarly entitled, 1908-1913.

BANNISTER, M. H. 1958. "Specimens of two pine trees from Guadalupe Island, Mexico." (New Zealand Jour. For. 7 ( 5 ) : 81-87.) Anatomical and taxonomic study of the first pines introduced into New Zealand from Guadalupe Island. Both are referred to Pinus radiata var. lineata. BANO, Eugenio (known also as Jeno?). 1908. "Estudios sobre el cultivo del cacao en México." (Bol. Sría. Fom. Méx. II, 7 ( 9 ) : 760-766.) On Theobroma cacao. 1911. Estudio sobre varias plantas tropicales y su cultivo en México. México, 41 p. Repr. in (Bol. Cám. Agr. Nac. Chiapas 1(14-23), 1911-1912). A German version, under the title Tropische gewaechse und ihr anbau in Mexico, was pubi, in Hannover, 1922, 35 p . - N N . On coffee, tobacco, sugar, cacao, vanilla, guayule, etc. The author was the Mexican consul in Koeln. 1918. "Plantas textiles-la ceiba ó pochote." (Rev. Agr. 2 : 288-292, illus.) Cited as trans, from the German; the original source is not indicated.

1906. " E l árbol del Perú." (Agr. Mex. 2 1 ( 5 ) : 107-111.) Also in (Her. Agr. 21: 19-20, 1906). 1906a. " E l yoyote." (Her. Agr. 6: 3.) On Thevetia. 1908-1913. "Selvicultura nacional." (Her. Agr. 8 ( 8 ) : 3, 1908, cont. in each issue to 1 3 ( 6 ) : 6, never finished.) Barba died in 1911, but publication was continued with material he had prepared earlier. Beginning in 1 1 ( 3 ) : 15, 1911 and continuing to 1 1 ( 6 ) : 18, 1911, there is a list of trees and shrubs to be used for reforestation. Plants are arranged in alphabetical order by Barba from "trabajos de los naturalistas F. Altamirano y J. Ramírez." The section entitled "Conocimientos prácticos de botánica necesarios al selvicultor" taken from 7 ( 9 ) : 9-11, ( 1 0 ) : 3-4, ( 1 1 ) : 6-8, 1907, was printed in the Per. Of. Est. Mich. 1 5 ( 9 2 ) : 5-6, 1907, but published anonymously. Compare with earlier work, similarly entitled, 1899-1901.

BANO, J. de. See also ANONYMOUS, 1918j. BANO, Jeno. 1896. Mexico—es utazasom a tropusokon. Budapest, 205 p., illus.—NN. Book of description and travel, with chapters on the production of various crops. BANO, José de, and Miguel SANTA MARIA. 1913. La viticultura en los terrenos arenosos de la República cana. Mexico, 131 p., illus. Varieties and culture.


BANO, José de. 1917. "Zonas vitícolas." (Bol. Agr. 3 ( 3 ) : 116-119, illus.) Arranged according to states, and according to altitude, within the states. 1921. "Tres tubérculos de importancia." (Rev. Agr. 5: 630-631; also in Farmacia, II, 2 ( 3 0 ) : 510-513, 1921.) Curcuma tinctoria, Maranta arundinacea, and Zingiber officinale.

BARBACHANO, Fernando Cámara. See CAMARA BARBACHANO, Fernando.

BANO, Leopoldo. See ERATH, 1902.


BAÑOS CONTRERAS, S. 1945. "La papaya." (Campo Mainly on its uses.

BARBER, Charles H. See VARIOUS, 1943-1947.

II, 1 1 ( 6 4 3 ) : 15-24.)

BARBOSA, Bertha Alicia. 1949. "Contribución al estudio de la corteza de palo piojo." Monterrey, 26 typed p. Thesis Pharm. On Willardia mexicana.

BAO, José Javier de Cubas. See CUBAS BAO, José Javier de. BATTISTA, Mariano. 1777. "El curato de Guiechapa (Guiechaapa) (Oaxaca)." N.p., 14 lvs., ms., M.N. Méx., Leg. 100, No. 77, Col. P. y T. BAQUEIRO, Serapio. 1881. Reseña geográfica histórica y estadística del Estado de México, 157 p. With only a brief reference to plants.

BARBOSA, Francisco. 1778. "Noticias geográficas . . . de el curato de Señora Santa Anna Guanaxuato." N.p., 7 lvs., ms., M.N. Méx., Leg. 99, No. 40, Col. P. y T.


BARBOSA, José Carvalho.


BARBOSA RODRIGUEZ, Joäo. 1894. Hortus fiuminensis. Rio de Janeiro, 307 p., illus. "Ou breve noticia sobre as plantas cultivadas no Jardim Botánico do Rio de Janeiro para servir de guia aos visitantes." Index of common and scientific names is arranged systematically by families, and alphabetically by genera and species, with descriptions, country of origin, and distribution.

BAQUERA, Juan Sánchez de la. See SANCHEZ de la BAQUERA, Juan. BAQUERO, Federico. See also PALAZUELOS, Enrique, 1900. 1881. "Sobre preparación y aplicaciones de la lupulina." Morelia, 3 lvs., ms.—Bibliot. Univ. Morelia, Arch. Emphasis is on the chemistry. 109



BARBOSA RODRIGUEZ—continued 1906. "Las Heveas ó seringueiras." (Trog. Méx. 12:239, 260, 273, 284, 307, 325, 373, 406, 13: 438, 441, 464.)

issue to 3: 26, 1881). A separate pubi, with the same title, México, 1881, 21 p. contains data on the Valle de Mexico, Puebla, León, Guadalajara, and Cuernavaca. The data for 1879 were pubi, in (An. Min. Fom. Méx. 4: 299-317, 1881) and were also included in the above cited separate. A discussion of seasonal changes, mainly by families and important genera, for Mexico and a few other cities, as noted below. For the Valle de México, for 1879, there is a chart by months, listing plants observed, with common and scientific names, family, and locality. Data for other cities were supplied as follows: for Puebla (Blásquez); for León (Leal); for Guadalajara ( Flores ) ; for Cuernavaca ( Solórzano ) ; Lázaro Castillo and Próspero Ceballos worked in this area later. The separate refers also to work being done by Dugés, in Guanajuato; by M. V. de León in Aguascalientes; by J. G. SchafFner in San Luís Potosí; by M.Tena in Morelia; and by Aniceto Moreno in Orizaba. 1877-1882. "Calendario botánico de Puebla y sus cercanías." (Bol. Min. Fom. Rep. Méx. 1: Nos. 12, 13, 14, 23, 24-27, 31, 33, 35-37, 42, 58, 59, 61, 1877; 2: Nos. 19, 21, 23, 29, 1878; 3: Nos. 16, 23, 55, 78, 1879; 4: Nos. 35, 60, 73, 77, 89, 101, 107, 121, 126, 150, 152, 1880; 5: Nos. 39, 83, 194, 211, 1881; 6: Nos. 21, 22, 60, 64, 70, 86, 103, 114, 138, 157, 176, 187.) The collaborators include Vicente Reyes, Miguel Pérez and (in vol. 3) Ignacio Blásquez. The latter cont. the calendar into 7: Nos. 5, 32, 44, 74, 86, 1882 and 8: Nos. 7, 90, 133, 155, 1883.

BARBOUR, William R. See also BEARD, J. S., 1944. 1942. "Forest types of tropical America." (Carib. For. 3 ( 4 ) : 137150.) Divided into dry, deciduous, rain, and cloud forests. BARCA, Frances Erskine Inglis Calderón de la. See CALDERON de la BARCA, Frances Erskine Inglis. BARCENA, Mariano. See abo BALESTRIER, L. de, 1898; CABALLERO, Manuel, 1883; MAISCH, John, 1882; ANONYMOUS, 1876 f; 1895d. 1870. "El marañon." (Naturaleza 1: 335-337.) Description and distribution of Anacardium occidentale L. with details of its naturalization in Jalisco. 1871. "Aclimatación de plantas en la República." (Naturaleza 2: 141-148.) General suggestions on the naturalization of plants. 1872. "Observaciones de plantas características de climas y terrenos." (Naturaleza 2: 173-177.) On the value of certain plants as soil indicators; e.g., oaks for red iron oxide. Special attention is given to Bignonia viminalis H.B.K, for alluvial soils. 1874. Viaje a la Caverna de Cacahuamilpa. México, 31 p., map, 2 col. pi. Repr. in (Naturaleza 3: 75-92, 1874, and in Propag. Indust. 1: 167, 177, 1875). With a geologic and floristic description of the region between Mexico City and the Caves, a table of characteristic plants along the route, and a description of a new species, Exogonium olivae. 1874a. "El árbol de manitas." (Naturaleza 3: 114-117.) Repr. in (Bol. Inst. Lit. Méx.: 2 p.). History and description of the plant. 1875. "El coamecate." (An. Soc. Humboldt 2: 305-307, 1 pi.) On Antigonon leptopus, with a description of the plant. 1875a. "Noticias del Ceboruco." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. Ill, 2: 232-240.) With brief references to the plants of the area in the distrito de Tepic, north-northwest of Ahuacatlán. 1875b. "Informe." (Naturaleza 3: 254-259.) Summaries of the year's work in botany. 1876. "La Hauya (?) elegans." (Naturaleza 3: 305-307.) With a detailed description. 1876a. "The Valley of México." (Penn Month. 7: 956-959.) With a few references to the plants, by scientific names. 1877. "Nota científica de una parte del Estado de Hidalgo." (An. Min. Fom. Méx. 1: 331-378, 2 col. pi., map.) With a key to plants of the region and descriptions of three: Hauya elegans, Chitonia mexicana, and Hiraea barredae, n. sp. A list of places visited is also cited, with common plants seen in each locality. 1877a. "Descripción de una nueva planta Mexicana." (An. Min. Fom. Rep. Méx. 3: 149-153, illus.; also in Bol. Min. Fom. Méx. 2 ( 7 9 ) : 296, 1878.) A separate was printed in México, 1878, 7 p., 1 pi. On Gaudichaudia enrico-martinezii.

BARCENA, Mariano. 1880. "Las flores de San Juan." ( Rev. Cient. Méx. 1 ( 2 ) : 8, 9. ) A description of 2 plants, so called for the date on which they flower: Bouvardia longiflora H.B.K. and Echites hypoleuca Benth. The first is from the "Valle de México," the second "del interior." Mention is made also of Bouvardia barceniana (barcenana), described as a new species by SchafFner. 1880a. "Las flores nocturnas." (Rev. Cient. Mex. 1 ( 5 ) : 14-15.) A general discussion, with reference to some Mexican plants with flowers that bloom at night; gives common and scientific names, and discusses relations of the plants to insects. 1881. "La segunda exposición de las clases productoras y descripción de la Ciudad de Guadalajara." (An. Min. Fom. Méx 4: 3-271.) With a brief list of the plants of the surrounding area and the plants most characteristic of each season; taken from Reyes G. Flores, q.v. BARCENA, Mariano, et al. 1882-1884. "Calendario botánico de México." (Bol. Min. Fom. Méx. in all numbers of vol. 7, 1882, except 1-3, 5-7, 10-12, 19-21, 30-32, 35-37, 41, 42, 44, 49, 50, 53-55, 64, 65, 69-71, 74, 77, 86, 92, 94, 98, 104, 110, 113, 116, 119; in scattered numbers of vol. 8, 1883 and slightly more frequently in vol. 9, 1884. Collaborators include Miguel Pérez and J. Zendejas. 1883. "Dictamen sobre la repoblación vegetal del Valle de México." (Naturaleza 6:245-251; repr. in Mem. Sría. Fom. Méx. C. Pacheco 3: 582-587, 1887. Cf. also "La repoblación vegetal del Valle de México," in Bol. Inst. Edo. Méx., Dec., 1883, 3 p., and "Dictamen acerca de la manera de repoblar los bosques del Valle de México," in Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 6: 370-373, 1883.) Collaborators include Miguel Pérez, Manuel Urbina, José Ramírez, and José C. Segura. With a suggested list of trees, cited with scientific names, to be used in reforestation. Soils and climates where they would grow best are indicated.

BARCENA, Mariano, et al. 1877-1881. "Calendario botánico del Valle de México." (Bol. Min. Fom. Méx. In practically every number from 1 ( 1 ) , 1877 to the end of vol. 6, 1881. The part for 1879, however, appeared in An. Min. Fom. Méx. 4: 299-317, 1881. Excerpts were repr. in Naturaleza 4(App.): 10-12, 1877, and 5:183-198, and (App.): 47-49, 1881.) Collaborators include Vicente Reyes, Miguel Pérez, and J. Zendejas. Data include family, common and scientific names, and localities. The first excerpt covers the month of July, 1877; the others are for the year of 1879. 1877-1881a. "Fenómenos periódicos de la vegetación." (Bol. Min. Fom. Méx. 1(6), 1877; 5:38, 72, 88, 158, 170, 302, 376, 392, 416, 438, 1880; 6 : 8 , 32, 52, 66, 90, 199, 294, 396, 1881.) Also in (Esc. Agr. 2: 120, 1880), and cont. in each

BARCENA, Mariano. 1888. Ensayo estadístico del Estado de Jalisco. México, 729 p., illus., maps. Also in (An. Min. Fom. Méx. 9:5-729, (entire vol.), 1891). Chapter 6 is on the flora, 7 on agriculture, 8 on horticulture, and 9 on naturalized plants; products of the state are indicated on a map. Also included are a catalogue of fruits raised, arranged by municipalities, and a list of typical plants that characterize different climates and soils, cited with uses and common and scientific names. The part on fruits was reprinted as Catálogo de frutas que produce el Estado de Jalisco, in Guadalajara, 1889, 56 p. León cites an edition of 1890, 143 p. 110




1890. El Jardín Botánico y de aclimatación de Guadalajara. México, 11 p. Also in (Naturaleza II, 1:433-442, 1890). A history and a description of the garden, with a list of 186 plants and their uses. Common and scientific names are cited for the plants. 1891-1892. "El Museo de Productos Industriales del Estado de Jalisco." (Bol. Soc. Agr. Méx. 1 5 : 2 2 5 , 243, 259, 276, 289, 312, 325, 343, 360, 373, 388, 406, 425, 442, 456, 474.) Lists the plant sources of the various products exhibited. 1892. "El Bosque de Chapultepec." (Naturaleza II, 2: 193-198.) On the causes responsible for the destruction of the trees. 1892a. Selvicultura. México, 56 p.—NNC. Also in (Bol. Agr. Min. Indust. Méx. 1 ( 7 ) : 3-56, 1892; in Prog. Méx. 1 ( 3 6 ) , 1892, continuing to 1 ( 4 8 ) : 2, and in Bol. Cam. Agr. Gan. Tamps. 3 ( 4 / 9 ) : 54, 72, 96, 107, 127, 135, 1911). See also (Gac. Of. Gob. Est. Michoacán 8 ( 7 2 3 ) : 3, cont. to ( 7 2 6 ) : 2, 1892). On the development and utilization of forests. Trees, suitable for various regions, are listed by common names; other lists classify trees according to use. There is a special section on the properties and uses of selected trees, with the emphasis on Eucalyptus. 1894. "Plantas textiles y fibrosas." (Prog. Méx. 1 ( 4 6 ) : 3 to 2 ( 5 3 ) : 4.) 1895. Carpología Mexicana. México, 1002 p.; in English, French, and Spanish. Prepared with the help of a number of collaborators, including Manuel M. Villada and Manuel Urbina, the latter did the botanical classification. Publ. by the Sria. Fom., Observ. Meteor. Centr.-MBH. "Directorio general sobre la producción de frutas Mexicanas 1895," with the distribution by states and season. Fruits are arranged alphabetically by common names, with the place where they are grown, and the value of the crop. 1897. Ensayo práctico de repoblación de bosques. México, 12 p. - N N . Publ. by the Sría. Fom. Méx. A prospectus describing an experiment started with Schinus molle at the Hacienda de Santa Cruz de Ahualulco, Jalisco. BARCIA CARBALLIDO y ZUNIGA, A. González. See GONZALEZ de BARCIA CARBALLIDO y ZUNIGA, A. BARCLAY, Arthur S. 1959. "New considerations in an old genus, Datura." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 1 8 ( 6 ) : 246-272, illus.) Discusses the typification of D. meteloides DC. ex Dunal and D. inoxia Miller. D. kymatocarpa and D. reburra are described as new species from Mexico. BARENQUE, G. Onéo. 1937. "La marihuana no es Canabis indica." (Cienc. Arte 1 ( 2 ) : 12; unf.) Full of errors, typographical and otherwise; proposes taking the plant out of the Urticaceae. BARGAGLI-PETRUCCI, Gino. 1904. "Osservazioni anatomico-sistematiche sulle Bombacee." (Nuov. Gior. Bot. Ital. n.s. 11: 407-415, 6 illus.) Includes studies of Ceiba pentandra, Montezuma speciosissima, and Ochroma Uigopus. BARGAS y RIVERA, Fray Juan Manuel Garcia de. See GARCIA de BARGAS y RIVERA, Fray Juan Manuel. BARGHOORN, Elso Sterrenberg. See Wolfe and BARGHOORN, 1959.




BARGHOORN, Elso S (terrenberg), Margaret K. WOLFE, and Kathryn H. CLISBY. 1954. "Fossil maize from the valley of Mexico." (Bot. Mus. Leafl. 1 6 ( 9 ) : 229-240.) A study of the pollen grains. For a critique of this work and its conclusions, see Kurtz, et al, 1960. BARHAM, Henry. 1794. Hortus Americanus. Kingston, Jamaica, 212 p.; ed. and with a pref. by A. Aikman.—PU. Descriptions of plants from South America, the West Indies, and especially Jamaica. Common names and notes on uses are given.

BARI, A. See SAYEEDUDDIN, M. and BARI, 1936. BARIL, V. L., comte de La Hure. 1862. Le Mexique. Douai, 271 p., bibl.-UC-B. With a short section on plants in general, and another on agriculture. In the descriptions of the states, the products are listed. BARKER, Henry D., and William S. DARDEAU. 1930. Flore d'Haiti. Port au Prince, 456 p.; publ. by Service Technique, Dept. Agr., Haiti—DA. With keys to genera. BARKER, M. (Michael?). 1892. "A rare orchid and a new Agave." (Amer. Gard. 13: 609-610, illus.) Agave vestita collected by Pringle in Guadalajara. BARKLEY, Elizabeth Ducker. See BARKLEY, Fred A., 1938. BARKLEY, Fred Alexander. See also BULLOCK, A. A., 1939; LUNDELL, Cyrus Longworth, et al, 1942—in progress; SWEET, Herman R„ and BARKLEY, 1936; THARP, B. C„ and BARKLEY, 1945-1947; 1949. 1937. "A new genus of Anacardiaceae." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 24: 1-10, 3 pi., map.) Actinocheita jilicina n. gen., based on a Sesse and Mocino collection; with description, synonymy and list of specimens examined. 1937a. "Studies in the Anacardiaceae." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 24: 263-264, pi.) Erects Pseudosmodingium pterocarpus n. comb, for Rhus pterocarpus Sesse and Moc. This is changed 24: 500, 1937 to P. rhoifolium n. comb. ( D C ) Barkl. 1937b. "A monographic study of Rhus and its immediate allies in North and Central America, including the West Indies." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 24: 265-500, 30 fig. incl. maps, plates, bibl.) History, morphology, economic uses, key to genera and species, descriptions, and list of specimens examined. BARKLEY, Fred A., and Elizabeth Ducker BARKLEY. 1938. "A short history of Rhus to the time of Linnaeus." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 19: 265-333, illus. bibl.) With quotations mainly from English works or works translated into English; contains a summary of pre-Linnaean synonyms. BARKLEY, Fred A., and Merton J. REED. 1939. "Actinocheita." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 21:368-377, map, illus.) Answers Bullock's article in the Kew Bull. 1937, p. 441, q.v., giving reasons for maintaining the genus, and the species filicina. 1939a. "Studies in the Anacardiaceae IV." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 22:209211, illus.) With a description of Rhus allophylloides Standi, var. mexiae n. var., from Guerrero. BARKLEY, Fred A. 1940. "Schmaltzia." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 24: 647-665.) Supplement to the monographic study on Rhus in (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 1937) q.v., with appropriate synonymy and citation of additional species. BARKLEY, Fred A., and Merton J. REED. 1940a. "Pseudosmodingium and Mosquitoxylon." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 24: 666-679, illus. map.) With a key to the genera of the Rhus complex of the New World; also a key to the species of Pseudosmodingium and Mosquitoxylon with descriptions and distribution. BARKLEY, Fred A. 1942, 1957. "A key to the genera of the Anacardiaceae." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 28: 465-474.) Key gives geographic distribution as well. A revision under the title "Generic key to the Sumac family, Anacardiaceae," in (Lloydia, 2 0 ( 4 ) : 255-265, 1957), includes notes on the economic importance of various members of the family.




BARNES, G. W. See also RILEY, Charles V., 1878 (for 1868-1877). 1882. "Jumping seeds from Baja California." (Trans. Acad. Sci. St. Louis 4: lxxix-lxxxi. ) Commonly known as viuda Favela; identified by Engelmann as Ruellia tuberosa.

BARKLEY-continued 1944. "Schinus L." (BHUonia 5 ( 2 ) : 160-198, illus.) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. Only S. molle is listed from Mexico. 1945. "Spanish botanical expedition to New Spain from 1787 to 1804. The Anacardiaceae of Sessé and Mociño." (Biologist 28(1/2): 9-23, illus.) Good account of the disposal of their specimens; also a detailed discussion of the identification of herbarium material and of plants described in the Flora Mexicana and in Plantae Novae Hispaniae. 1954. "Cardenasiodendron, a new genus of Anacardiaceae." ( Lloydia 17: 239-246, illus. ) With a key to related genera in the Western Hemisphere, which includes some from Mexico. 1957. "A study of Schinus L." (Lilloa 28:5-110.) With keys, geographic distribution, common names, descriptions, and a list of specimens examined.

BARNES, Mrs. James, et al. 1937. "Viva México." (Bull. Gard. Club Amer., VI, 2: 12-28, map.) Report of a trip from the west coast to Mexico City, to Taxco and Córdoba; compiled from notes by 16 members. The map is reproduced from Alcocer's Apuntes sobre la antigua México-Tenochtitlán," q.v. BARNHART, John Hendley. See also PRESL, Karel Boriwog, 1849; SHERBORN, C. Davies and WOODWARD, 1901; VARIOUS, 1902—in progress; VARIOUS, 1916-in progress; WOODSON, Robert E. et al, 1937—in progress. 1902. "Dates of the "Nova genera" of Humboldt, Bonpland, and Kunth." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 29: 585-598.) A long excerpt from this was repr. in (Jour. Bot. 42: 153-156, 1904). Detailed analysis of the folio and quarto editions.

BARLETTI T., Espartaco. 1946. "Ensayo de un estudio agrícola sobre la region de Jojutla, Morelos." Chapingo, 40 typed p., maps, illus. Thesis ENA. With a considerable section on the geology of the region.

BARNOIN, Maria Isabel. 1935. "Crotalaria anargyroides (sic) H.B.K." (Bol. Pro. Cult. Reg. 2(1): 8.) Seems to have been an exercise, in identification and description, for a student. BARNSTEIN, Heinrich. 1644. Tabacologia. Erfurt, 1645, 22 p. An earlier ed. was pubi, in Erfurt, 1644, as Taback, das wunder, and another ed. was pubi, in 1645 as Kurtze beschreibung des tabacks—NN. Description, names, culture, and uses. BARON, Bertha, and Carl Clarence ALBERS. 1943. "A phytochemical study of tlachichinole." (Pharm. Arch. 14 ( 3 ) : 33-43.) On Isoloma deppeanum Hemsl. BARON, Bertha. 1944. "A phytochemical study of matarique." Lafayette, Ind., 50 typed lvs., 2 pi. Ph.D. thesis Purdue Univ., 12 add. lvs. of abstract, and bibliog. abstract by the author, and C. J. Zufall and Glenn Jenkins. Information is given also on the history of the plant, with a description from Altamirano, histology, pharmacognosy, and pharmacology. Plant is identified as Cacalia decomposita A. Gray or Senecio grayanus Hemsley. Common name in Chihuahua is given as maturin.

BARLOW, Robert Hayward. See also ANDERSON, Edgar 1943; MEDINILLA ALVARADO, Francisco de (1579); MENDOZA, Joseph Mariano de (1777); MOLINS FABREGA, N., 1954-1955; RRUIZ de MENDOCA, Juan, (1580); SALAZAR, Agustín de and GAIZTAMO, (1581), 1777?); WEITLANER, Robert J. and BARLOW, 1943-1944; ANONYMOUS, 1778. BARLOW, Robert Hayward, and George T. SMISOR. 1943. Nombre de Dios, Durango. Sacramento, 1943, 103 p., map, bibl. Collection of documents in Nahuatl, Spanish, and English, with translations and notes; also a catalogue of mss. relating to Durango, at UC-B. A brief section on plants of the area is included; also the "Relación de Nombre de Dios," written in 1777 by Joseph Florentino Páez de Alarcón, on p. 73-80. BARLOW, Robert Hayward. 1949. "The extent of the empire of the Culhua Mexica." (Ibero America 28: 144 p., map, bibl.) Based on the "Matrícula de Tributos"; covers the area from Querétaro to Guerrero, Veracruz and Oaxaca, with lists of towns and their tributes. A section on the aboriginal provinces includes comments on the vegetation based on early records and some relaciones in the R. Acad. Hist. Madrid; common and scientific names are given for the plants.

BARQUERA, Wenceslao Sánchez de la. BARQUERA, Wenceslao.

BARLOW, Roger. See FERNANDEZ ENCISO, Martin, 1519.

See SANCHEZ de la

BARRA y VALENZUELA, Pedro. 1953. Los Nahoas. México, 246 p., illus. With a section on the etymological roots of their language, in which many terms for plants are listed; no scientific identifications are included.

BARNAD RAMIREZ, Gloria. 1947. "Contribución al estudio químico y farmacológico de la tronadora (Tecoma mollis)." México, 1947, 43 p. Thesis IPN Méx. Cienc. Biol. With a brief description of the plant.

BARRADAS, Francisco. 1887. "Breves apuntes sobre la familia de las Leguminosas." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 1: 130-138.) With special attention to those of Mexico, and their uses. 1887a. "Estudio sobre la Ambrosia artemisaefolia." México, 28 p. Thesis Med. Also in (Farmacia 1(15): 230-233, 1891). On the botany, chemistry, and uses.

BARNARD, John Gross. See WILLIAMS, John Jay, 1852. BARNEBY, Rupert Charles. 1956. "Pugillus Astragalorum XVIII: Miscellaneous novelties and reappraisals." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 55: 477-503.) Mexican species referred to include: A. humistratus Gray var. sonorae, A. emoryanus (Rydb. ) Cory, A. mexicanus A. DC., which is changed to A. crassicarpus Nutt. var. berlandieri nom. nov., A. helleri Fenzl., A. sanguineus Rydb., and A. scutaneus, described as a new species from Jalisco. 1962. "A synopsis of Errazurizia." (Leafl. West. Bot. 9 ( 1 3 , 1 4 ) : 209-214.) The two Mexican species were first described under Dalea; they are now E. megacarpa and E. benthami. A key to species and section is supplied.

BARRADAS, José Pérez de. See PEREZ de BARRADAS, José. BARRAGAN, Alfonso Cárdenas. Alfonso.


BARRAGAN, José. See also ALTAMIRANO, F., 1884. BARRAGAN de la FUENTE, Augusto. 1949. "Informe sobre . . . el municipio de Trincheras, Sonora." México, 37 p. Thesis Med. With a long list of plants, arranged according to use, cited by common names only.

BARNEOUD, François Marius. 1844. "Récherches sur le développement, la structure générale et la classification des Plantaginées et des Plumbaginées." Paris, 44 p., 2 pl.—DA. Thesis, Fac. Sci., Paris. 1845. Monographie de la famille des Plantaginées. Paris, 52 p.

BARRANCO, Antonio Pefiafiel y. See PENAFIEL y BARRANCO, Antonio. 112


BARRAS y ARAGON BARRAS y ARAGON, Francisco de las (also as y de ARAGON). See also ALZATE y RAMIREZ, José Antonio (ca. 1770). 1896. "Bibliographie note." (Act. Soc. Esp. Hist. Nat. (sección de Sevilla) II, 25: 71-72.) Reports on Alzate's work on cochineal, and eulogizes his contribution to natural history. 1915. "Noticia acerca de la explotación industrial de los productos de Indias en el siglo XVIII." (Bol. Cent. Estud. Amer. 3 ( 1 6 ) : 16-25.) The first part is the "Cultivo y explotación de la malagueta ó pimienta de Tabasco," by Casimiro Gómez de Ortega, q.v. This is cited as being in the Archivos de Indias, estante 145, cajón 7, legajo 23. 1944. "Viaje del astrónomo Francés Abate Chappe ( d'Auteroche ) a California en 1769 y noticias de J. A. Alzate sobre la historia natural de Nueva España." (Anu. Estud. Amer. 1: 741-781, 1944.) The part on Alzate begins on p. 766, and is a reprint of the letter sent by Alzate to the Académie Royale des Sciences, q.v. 1947. "Una información sobre la obra del Dr. Francisco Hernández en la Nueva España." (Bol. Soc. Esp. Hist. Nat. 45: 561-574.) Résumé of his studies to locate documents that relate to the works of Hernández (e.g., a letter by Alzate, July 29, 1786); as well as manuscripts of Hernández. 1950. "Notas para una historia de la expedición botánica de Nueva España." (Anu. Est. Amer. 7: 411-469.) Interesting study. BARREDA FERNANDEZ, María Hermelinda. 1951. "Geografía del Estado de Colima." México, 116 typed p. Thesis UNAM. One chapter is on the agriculture and one is on the forest resources. In the latter, there is a list of trees cited by common names only. 1955. "Recursos naturales y humanos en las zonas cañeras mas importantes de México." México, 168 p., maps, bibl. Thesis UNAM. For the regions around Ingenio Emiliano Zapata (Morelos), San Cristóbal (Veracruz), and El Mante (Tamaulipas), with a section on the flora and fauna of each region. The first report is the most detailed. BARREDA FURLONG, Rodolfo. 1931. Estudio de los frutos de la Arracada atropurpúrea. 87 p., illus.-IB Méx. Pharmaceutical study.


BARREIRO, Adolfo A. 1889-1890. "Plantas útiles de México." (Rev. Agr. 5 : 5 4 , 71, 99, 119, 137, 146, 169, 179, 199, 215.) 1889-1890a. "La higuerilla ó ricino." (Rev. Agr. 5: 90-92, illus.) On Ricinus. 1890-1891. "La violeta y el pensamiento." (Rev. Agr. 6: 23-25.) On Viola. 1890-1891a. "El plátano." (Rev. Agr. 6: 73-75.) On Musa. 1890-1891b. "Las Cycas." (Rev. Agr. 6: 100-102.) 1891-1892. "Productos vegetales." ( Rev. Agr. 7: 209, 225, 241, 257. ) On caoutchouc. 1892. "La vainilla." (Rev. Agr. 8: 93, 209, 241, 257, 273, 305, 321, 337, 354, 369.) 1893-1894. "Las plantas—nociones elementales de botánica agrícola." (Rev. Agr. 9: 3, 19, 34, 67, 83, 98, 124, 141, 157, 181, 202.) 1896-1897. "El árbol del cacao." (Rev. Agr. 12: 114-115.) Emphasis is on the history. 1896-1897a. "Cultivo de la mandarina." (Reo. Agr. 12: 119.) On Citrus nobilis. 18Ç6- 1897b. "Historia del caucho." (Retí. Agr. 12: 142-143.) On Castilla. 1896-1897c. "El caucho." (fleo. Agr. 12: 153-154.) On Castilla as a source of rubber.


1896-1897d. "El ruibarbo." (Rev. Agr. 12:232-233.) On Rheum. 1896-1897e. "La ciruela pasa." (Rev. Agr. 12:252-253.) On Prunus domestica. 1896-1897f. "El ahuacate." (Rev. Agr. 12: 282-283.) On Persea. 1897-1898. "Plantas de adorno y ornato." (Rev. Agr. 13: 41, 66, 98.) 1897-1898a. "El pimiento." (fleti. Agr. 13: 61.) On Capsicum annuum L. 1899-1900. "Plantas alimenticias." (Rev. Agr. 15: 70, 198, 283.) 1902. "La vegetación de las épocas primitivas." (Agrie. Mod. 1 ( 1 ) : 4-9.) A general study. 1902a. "Las flores." (Agrie. Mod. 2: 11-14.) A general study; lists flowers, according to season, by common names only. BARREIRO, Agustín Jesús. 1929. "El testamento del Dr. Francisco Hernández." (Bol. R. Acad. Hist. Madrid 94: 475-497.) Report of the discovery of this important document. A biobibliographical sketch is included, which cites the place of birth as Montalbán, near Toledo, with the date still uncertain (1514?). BARRENECHEA, Raúl Porras. See PORRAS BARRENECHEA, Raúl. BARRENQUY, J. See SPENCE, D. (1909). BARRERA, Alfredo. 1962. "La península de Yucatán como provincia biòtica." ( Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 23: 71-105, 5 maps, bibl.) Doctoral thesis; with a brief section on the flora in general. BARRERA, Diego Rendón. See RENDON BARRERA, Diego. BARRERA, Joaquín Joaquín.





BARRERA, Jorge Dillon. See DILLON BARRERA, Jorge. BARRERA, Manuel de la. See TORO, M. M. del, et al, 1859. BARRERA, Marciano. 1865. Apuntes sobre los Rios de Usumacinta. Mérida, 136 p.—PUMu. With various references to plants and their uses, by common names only. BARRERA GARZA, Andrés. 1952. "El cultivo del algodonero." México, 49 p. Thesis ENA. On Gossypium. BARRERA GONZALEZ, Macedonio. 1949. "Informe . . . del pueblo de Tepoztlán, Morelos." México, 44 p., illus. Thesis Med. With a brief discussion of the flora, wild and cultivated. BARRERA VAZQUEZ, Alfredo (full name is BARRERA VASQUEZ MARIN). See also ARA, Domingo de, 1571; ECHANOVE TRUJILLO, Carlos A., 1945; LANDA, Diego de (ca. 1566); RAMIREZ, Francisco Xavier, (1785); ROYS, Ralph Loveland, 1933; ANONYMOUS, 16th cent, d.; 17th cent. a. 1936. "Sobre la planta conocida en Tabasco y Chiapas con el nombre de guapaque ó paque." (Maya Res. 3 ( 3 / 4 ) : 331.) Comment on the article by Marcos Becerra, q.v. 1937. "Mayismos y voces Mayas en el Español de Yucatán." (Inv. Ling. 4: 9-35.) Compare with the similar work pubi, in 194243. 1938. "Notas sobre la biología de Yucatán." (Orbe: 135-140, July.) A section on the flora lists plants by common names, with some scientific equivalents. 1941. "El pulque entre los Mayas." Mérida, 10 p. (Cuad. May. No. 3). Mainly a philological study with names, from many languages, for pulque and maguey.





BARRERA VAZQUEZ-continued 1942-1943. "Vocabulario de Mayismos y voces Mayas en el Español de Yucatán." (Orbe, II, 4: 16-23; 5: 17-20; 6: 11-14; 7: 1921; 8: 14-17; 9: 18-21; 10: 8-15; supposed to be cont. in No. 11.) Nos. 11 and 12 were not seen. References to plant names are accompanied by scientific equivalents. The last section seen ends with "xla"; the vocabulary probably ended in No. 11 or 12; it was not in No. 13. BARRERA VAZQUEZ MARIN, Alfredo. See BARRERA VAZQUEZ, Alfredo. BARRERE, Pierre. 1741. Essai sur l'histoire naturelle de la France équinoxiale. Paris, 215 p.-PPAN. The first part is on plants, listed alphabetically, mainly by scientific names, with common names, descriptions and uses. The work is a complement to the Nouvelle relation . . ., q.v. 1743. Nouvelle relation de la France équinoxiale. Paris, 250 p., illus., maps. On la Guayane and l'lle de Cayenne; plants are referred to in the text by common names, and identified in the notes with scientific names. BARRETO, Esperanza. 1929. "Bolitaria." Guadalajara, 18 p. Thesis Chem. On Sapindus as a soap source. BARRETO, N. L. 1927. "El cultivo del plátano en Colima, México." 220-221, illus.)

BARRETT, Otis Warren. 1928a. The tropical crops. New York, 445 p., 24 pi. A treatise on tropical agriculture covering general conditions, geography, climate, culture, origin of the crops, their varieties and uses. Fifty crops discussed are Mexican. 1933. "The origins of the food plants of Puerto Rico." (Sci. Month. 37: 241-256, illus.) In the first part, discusses New World plants, mainly root crops and fruits, most of which are shared with Mexico. BARRETTO, Ann. See BARRETTO, Larry, 1935. BARRETTO, Larry. 1935. Bright Mexico. New York, 235 p., illus. by Ann Barretto. Scattered comments on plants by a keen observer and a skillful writer. BARRIA G„ Florencio Harmodio. 1941. "El cascalote." Chapingo, 81 typed p., illus. Thesis ENA. On its history, botany, and distribution. BARRIGA, José T. 1889. Apuntes para el estudio de tlanepaquelite. México, 28 p.— BN Méx. Also in (Farmacia 1 ( 1 3 ) : 357-364, 1890). On Piper sanctum. BARRIGA, Rodolfo Mendoza Díaz. RIGA, Rodolfo.

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With descriptions of a large number of varieties. BARRETT, Carter. See VARIOUS, 1948. BARRETT, George E. 1929. "Lophocereus schottii." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1: 5-7, 16, illus.; repr. in 2 7 ( 3 ) : 86-89, illus., 1955.) Letter describing a trip to obtain specimens of the plant. BARRETT, J. M. 1871. "La Huasteca Potosina." In (Rev. Univ. Méx., Jan. 2 ) . Seen as part of a scrapbook on Veracruz, at BN Méx., p. 132-140. With a section on forests and plant products, in general. BARRETT, Luis Alvarez. See ALVAREZ BARRETT, Luis. BARRETT, Otis Warren. 1903. "Deciduous tropical trees." (Amer. Bot. 4 : 9 1 - 9 3 . ) Additional material, following up article by Mrs. C. E. Anthony in vol. 3, p. 90, on the Ceiba in Nassau. 1903a. "Castilloa fruits." (Amer. Bot. 4 : 100.) On their attraction for insects, as food. 1903b. "The largest century plant." (Amer. Bot. 5: 73-75.) Description of Fourcroya gigantea in Puerto Rico. 1904. "Morning glory trees." (Amer. Bot. 6: 77.) On Ipomoea arborescens, with comments on an earlier article by the editor (see Clute, 1904). 1904a. "Tanier, the oldest crop." (Pi. World 7 ( 1 0 ) : 248-249.) Repr. in (Bull. Dept. Agrie. Jamaica 4 ( 8 ) : 180-182, 1906). Description, distribution, and uses of Xanthosoma (yautia). BARRETT, O. W., and O. F. COOK. 1910. Promising root crops for the south. Washington, 43 p. illus.— DA. Divided into 2 parts: Yautias (Xanthosoma), taros and dasheens (Colocasia), by the first author, who also considers Alocasia. Agricultural history and utility of the cultivated aroids are considered by the second author, in part 2. BARRETT, Otis Warren, y Robert Armstrong YOUNG. 1928. "Nuevas plantas alimenticias para la América tropical." (Rev. Sría. Agr. Fom. Méx. 3 ( 1 ) : 27-36, illus.) On "las Araceas económicas," with special reference to Xanthosoma in Mexico. Compare with the first part of Barrett and Young's "Promising root crops for the South," U.S.D.A. Bur. Pi. Indust. Bull. 164, Washington, 1910, 43 p., illus. The plants are commonly known as yautias, taros, and dasheen.


BARRIOS, Ildefonso, et al. 1878-1882. "Calendario botánico de Cuernavaca y sus cercanías." (Bol. Min. Fom. Méx. 2: nos. 27, 43, 47, 79, 1878; 3: nos. 9, 22, 23, 25, 1879; 4: nos. 37, 50, 55, 59, 137, 139, 1880; 5: nos. 21, 77, 82, 126, 184, 185, 207, 1881; 6: 59, 66, 91, 104, 112, 121, 139, 140, 158, 159, 161, 1882. Collaborators include Jacinto Velázquez, Próspero Caballos, Benjamín Castillo, and Justino Solórzano. BARRIOS, Juan de. See also ALZATE y RAMIREZ, José Antonio, 1790. CALDERA de HEREDIA, Gaspar, 1658; LEJEUNE, Fritz, 1926; LEON PINELO, Antonio, 1636; VETANCOURT, Agustín de, 1698(1697). 1607. De la verdadera cirugía medicina y astrologia. México, 3 books in one; only copy in the United States at DNLM is incomplete with 186, 80, 69 ff. (37-58 missing in the last part). León cites 700 p., while Guerra cites 303 hojas. Tractado quarto of book 3 (cited by León as book 2 ) is titled "De todas las yervas" and discusses plants reported by Hernández; they are arranged according to diseases in which they are used. León says of Barrios "su obra tiene magna importancia bajo diversos respectos." "This was the first printed book to make use of Hernández' findings" (Nettie Lee Benson). 1609. Libro en él cuál se trata del chocolate. México; cited by León. According to Van Patten "no copy is known to exist"; however, see León Pinelo, 1636. Colmeiro comments on the work as follows: "Indica las producciones vegetales que constituían el chocolate Mejicano, usando los nombres con que alli se conocían. Quer dice ser uno mismo éste y Cárdenas (Juan), arriba mencionado." BARRIOS, Miguel de. See EXQUEMELIN, Alexandre Olivier, 1678. BARRON, Leonard. See CORREVON, Henry, 1930. BARRON, Salvador Salvador.





BARROS, Carlos Espino. See ESPINO BARROS, Carlos. BARROS, Francisco. See VARIOUS, 1873a. BARROSO, Agustín. See also FERNANDEZ, Manuel, 1878. 1875. "Apuntes sobre la vegetación del Istmo de Tehuantepec." (An. Soc. Humb. 2: 223-239; also in An. Min. Fom. Méx. 3 : 309-330, 1878; app. to an article by Manuel Fernández, q.v.) A phytogeographic study with lists of plants, according to families, with common and scientific names. León lists this incorrectly under Francisco Barroso. BARROSO, Francisco. See BARROSO, Agustín, 1875. BARROSO, J. J.



With a key to species, and descriptions of new species only, none of which are from Mexico. 1949. "Fifty-five rare books from the botanical library of Mrs. Roy Arthur Hunt." (Clements Library Bull. 57, 55 p., illus.) Loaned for an exhibition in honor of the Bot. Soc. America, at the summer meeting, Ann Arbor, Michigan, August 1949. The cover is titled "Rare Botanical Books."

Geografía intuitiva del Distrito Federal de la República Mexicana. México, 45 p., illus., 26 maps.—Bibliot. A. Alzate. Elementary text, with lists of the plants for the different sections.

BARROWS, David Prescott. 1900. "The ethnobotany of the Coahuila Indians of Southern California." Chicago, 82 p. Doctor's thesis, Univ. Chicago. Covers many plants found also in Mexico.

With a biography of Hernández and notes on Jiménez, taken from León.

BARROWS, John Rumsey(?). n.d. Collections from Lower California and the islands off the coast of Lower California and Mexico made by A. W. Anthony in 1897. San Diego, 5 p . - N N B C . Included with plants collected by Purpus in southern Utah, southern Nevada and California.

BARTLETT, J. R. (John Russell). n.d. "Cochimi vocabulary." Ms. at Smiths. Inst., Bur. Amer. Ethnol. No. 1132, 6 p. "Obtained by Mr. Bartlett through (Mr.) Robinia (?) of Guaymas, Sonora." Copy, in the hand of George Gibbs, on a printed schedule of 180 terms, not completely filled, includes a few general plant terms. 1852. "Seri (Ceris) vocabulary." Ms. Smiths. Inst., Bur. Amer. Ethnol. No. 1139, 6 p. "Taken by Mr. Bartlett from a native at Hermosillo." Copy, in the hand of George Gibbs, on a printed schedule of 180 terms, is almost completely filled. Terms from A. L. Pinart are added in red by J. M. B. Hewitt. Only a few, very general, plant terms are included. 1854. Personal narrative of exploration and incidents. New York, 2 vols., illus., map. Covers travel in southern United States and northern Mexico; gives casual reference to plants and their descriptions.

BARRUEL, Paul. See AUBERT de la RUE, Edgar et al, 1957. BARRUETA, Fernando Garza. See GARZA BARRUETA, Fernando. BARRUS, Mortier F. See GILBERT, Arthur et al, 1920. BARRY, David, Jr. 1953. "Bromeliads in a Mexican desert." (Brom. Soc. Bull. 3 ( 1 - 2 ) : 8, illus.) Growing on the western sides of idrios in Baja California. 1957. "Comments on Chamaedorea palms." (Principes 1 ( 3 ) : 91-93.) A general article on morphology, distribution, and culture. BARTAS, Guillaume de Salluste, seigneur du. Guillaume de Salluste.


BARTLETT, John Sherren. 1846. Maize. London, 24 p. Mainly concerned with it as a food. León calls it "obra muy estimada."

BARTHOLOMEW, Elbert Thomas. See WEBBER, Herbert John and BATCHELOR, Leon Dexter, 1943-1948. BARTLETT, Adelbert. See BEAL, Mary, 1940. BARTLETT, Harley Harris. See also PEARSON, Henry C „ 1918; ROBINSON, B. L „ and BARTLETT, 1907; VARIOUS, 19351940. 1909. "A synopsis of the American species of Litsea." (Proc. Amer. Acad Arts Sci. 44: 597-602, Contr. Gray Herb. # 3 6 . ) 1909a. "Notes on Mexican and Central American alders." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 44: 609-612.) (Cont. Gray Herb. # 3 6 . ) With a description of one new species, Alnus ovalifolia, and several varieties; contains data on range extensions for other species also. 1909b. "The purple flowered Androcerae of Mexico and the southern United States." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 44:627-629, Contr. Gray Herb. # 3 6 . ) Includes Solanum citrullifolium var. setigerum n. var. from Chihuahua, S. tenuipes from Coahuila, and S. lumholtzianum from Sonora. 1909c. "Descriptions of Mexican phanerogams." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 44: 630-637, Contr. Gray Herb. # 3 6 . ) With descriptions of 10 new species in 8 genera, one of them a new genus, Basistelma, in the Asclepiadaceae. 1911. "A supplemental description of Euphorbia ephedromorphia." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 38: 343-346, illus.) Placed in a new section Ephedromorpha; one specimen was collected in Oaxaca. 1916. "Parthenium lloydii, a new Mexican guayule." (Torreya 16: 45-46.) Presents an abstract of Lloyd's account of the plant in his monograph (q.v., 1911) and a formal diagnosis of the new species from Zacatecas. 1932. "A biological survey of the Maya area." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 59: 7-20.) A review of a botanical exploration of the area in the past, a summary of what still remains to be done, and an outline of planned work in the area by the University of Michigan. 1933. "The nomenclature of plant associations." (Ecology 14: 157162.) Criticism of the terminology used by Braun-Blanquet, q.v.; answered by the latter in an article entitled "Phytosociological nomenclature" in (14: 315-317, 1933).

BARTLING, Fridericus Theophilus (Friedrich Gottlieb). See also HEMSLEY, William Botting, 1878-1880; PRESL, Karel Boriwog et al, (1825-) 1830 (-1836); SEEMANN, Berthold, 1861, 1862. 1830. Ordines naturales plantarum. Goettingen, 498 p.—PPAN. Eorumque characteres et affinitates adjecta generum enumeratione. Arranged systematically with detailed description of families (called ordines), and listings of related genera in groups. 1839. "De Galphimiis Mexicanis annotationes." (Linnaea 13: 549558.) New species from Mexico include G. gracilis, G. latifolia, G. grandiflora, G. humboldtiana (G. glandulosum H.B.K.), and G. paniculata. BARTOLACHE, José Ignacio. 1772. "Uso i abuso del pulque para curar enfermedades." (Mere. Vol. Nos. 8-10: 57-80, 1772; also in Esc. Med. 29: 247, 270, 290, 1914.) Detailed study with a description and history of the plant. León, who cites the title as "Usos y abusos del pulque," calls the work "muy interesante." 1827. "Maguey." (Obs. Rep. Méx. 3 ( 2 ) : 86-108.) Followed by anonymous comments on the article (in 3 ( 4 ) 143-144). BARTON, Mary. 1911. Impressions of Mexico with brush and pen. London, 164 p., 20 color illus. Contains scattered references to plants; charming illustrations. BARUSTA, Gonzalo Torres. See TORRES BARUSTA, Gonzalo. BARY, A. de(signed A. B.). 1874. "Personal nachricht." (Bot. Zeitg. 32: 335-336.) Reports announcement of the death of Ludwig Hahn in Vorwaerts, México, Sept. 25, 1873. Hahn collected plants in Mexico, specializing in Lemna and mosses. BASALENQUE, Diego. 1642. "Vocabulario de la lengua Castellana buelto en la Matlaltzinga por el Padre Maestro Fray Diego Basalenque de la orden de N. P. S. Agustín de la provincia de Michoacán, anno 1642."

1935. "Certain Desmond (Palmae) of Central America and Mexico." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 25: 81-88.) 115



BASALENQ UE-continued N.p., 208 Ivs., autograph ms—RPJCB (book plate of Nicolás León). Letter from a M. Bernal to Dr. León indicates that this ms. was once a part of a larger work entitled, "Arte de la lengua Matzalinga(?)" which was in the Biblioteca Lafragua del Colegio del Estado de Puebla. It consisted of 462 lvs: the letter gives a complete description of the work.

BASILEVSKAJA, N. A. See FEDTSCHENKO, B. A., and BASILEVSKAJA, 1926. BASILIO, Tommaso. (Un padre de la Compañía de Jesús; previously attributed to Juan Bautista de Velasco and to Diego Pablo González.) 1737. Arte de la lengua Cahita. México, 118 + 24 unnumb. lvs. (last 2 pages are missing in the copy seen at LNHT). The last section, a Spanish-Cahita vocabulary was reproduced by Eustaquio Buelna, México, 1890, lxii + 264 p., with an added Cahita-Spanish vocabulary; (this is at SMGE).

BASAURI, Carlos. 1927. "Creencias y prácticas de los Tarahumaras." (Méx. Folk. 3 ( 4 ) : 218-234, illus.) In English and Spanish; with a section on peyote and its use by the Tarahumaras; also a reference to a poisonous plant, chilicote. 1930. "Los Indios Maya de Quintana Roo." (Quetzalcoatl 1 ( 3 ) : 2029.) With a section on "yerbas medicinales" giving common names only, descriptions, and uses. 1931. Tojolobales, Tzeltales, y Mayas. México, 163 p., illus.—PU. With a list, at the end, of medicinal plants, cited by common names. 1940. La población indígena de México. México, 3 vols., illus., maps, bibl. A monograph on each of the native tribes that make up Mexico's population. The first part of each section considers the flora of the region.

BASOCO, José María. See ANONYMOUS, 1853-1856. BASSAEUS, Nicolaus. 1590. Eicones plantarum. Francofurti ad Moenum, 1128 (i.e., 1122) p., (skips from 1120 (1020 by error) to 1127).-MoBG. "This is a reissue of the illustrations in J. Theodorus Tabernaemontanus' Neuw kreuterbuch (fide Brit. Mus. Cat.). Contains illustrations of Aloe americana, Zea, and Nicotiana. BASSOLS, Narciso. See COLLANTES, Agustín Esteban and ALFARO, 1870. BASSOLS BATALLA, Angel. See also MENDOZA, Joseph Mariano de (1777). 1955. "Cuestiones de geografía Mexicana." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. 7 9 ( 2 ) : 119-266). A review of the history of geographical studies in Mexico, the problems faced, and the needs for the future; includes a review of geographical bibliography in Mexico. 1956. El Estado de México. México, 146 p., map, bibl.—ICU. Pages 41-45 are on the flora, with the plants listed according to zones and cited by common and scientific names. 1959. "Los aspectos geo-económicos y humanos de la exploración en el Territorio de Baja California." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. 8 8 ( 1 / 3 ) : (7)-195, illus., map, bibl.) Contains a diary in the form of travel notes, with references to plants by common names only. There is also a discussion of the economically important plants, cited by common names only.

BASCHIN, O. 1915. "Schweizerische expedition nach der Mexikanischer halbinsel Niederkalifomien." (Naturwissenschaften 3: 723-724.) Summary of a report presented by Arnold Heim at a meeting; plant references are mainly to cultivated ones. 1926. "Reisen und forschungen in Mexiko." (Naturwissenschaften 14: 345-346.) Signed O. B. Summary of a report given by Fritz Jaeger at a meeting; with a description of the vegetation according to altitude. BASCOPE VARGAS Federico, Alessandro L. BERNARDI, and Hans LAMPRECHT. 1957. "Descripciones de árboles forestales. No. 1. Swietenia macrophyüa." (Bol. Inf. Divulg., Inst. For Lat. Invest. Cap., 18 mim. lvs., illus., map, bibl.) Wood study is by the first, botany by the second, and silviculture by the third author. Botany includes also dendrological description and common names.

BASTIN, Edson S., and Henry TRIMBLE. 1896-1897. "A contribution to the knowledge of some North American Coniferae." (Amer. Jour. Pharm. 6 8 : 2 1 , 65, 136, 199, 242, 321, 383, 1896; 69: 90, 354, illus., 1897.) For each species there is a discussion of general characters, distribution, microscopic structures, chemical composition, and economic importance.

BASCOPE, Federico, et al. 1957a. "Descripciones de árboles forestales. No. 2. El género Cedrela en América." (Bol. Inf. Div., Inst. For. Latinoamer. Invest. Cap., 26 mim. lvs., illus., bibl.) Wood study is by Bascope and Pausolino Martínez E., the botany by Alessandro Luciano Bernardi, and silviculture by Hans Lamprecht. Included are common names and descriptions of principal species in Latin America countries, with special attention to C. mexicana, C. odorata, and C. montana. 1958. "Descripciones de árboles forestales. No. 4. El género Anacardium en América." (Bol. Inf. Div., Inst. For. Latinoamer. Invest. Cap., 19 mim. lvs., illus., bibl.) Wood study by Bascopé and Pausolino Martínez E., botany by Alessandro Luciano Bernardi, and silviculture by Hans Lamprecht. Included are distribution and descriptions of species, with the emphasis on A. rhinocarpus and A. occidental.

BASULTO LIMON, Alfonso. 1952. "El Jardín Botánico del Instituto Tecnológico dependiente de la Universidad de Guadalajara." (Bol. Soc. Bot. Est. Jalisco ( 1 ( 1 ) : 45-47.) With a diagram showing a plan of the garden. BASURTO, Celia Robles. See ROBLES BASURTO, Celia. BASURTO, José Trinidad. 1901. El Arzobispado de México. México, 416 p., 2 maps—Bibliot. A. Alzate. With statistical data on the crops in the various parishes and towns in the area. Hieroglyphs are shown for the various settlements, with explanations which in many cases refer to the plants. BASURTO, Ricardo Ricardo.

BASCOPE VARGAS, Federico. 1962. "Clave de identificación macroscópica de algunas maderas dicotiledóneas de Latinoamérica." (Bol. Inst. For. Latinoamer. Invest. Cap. 9: 16-101, 2 pl.) With an enumeration of families, (65) genera, and species, citing each characteristic by a number, for use with key sort cards. This is followed by a descriptive key for some of the woods in Venezuela, and a separate chart for the geographic and ecologic distribution; number 78 refers to Mexico.





BASURTO LARRAINZAR, Andrés. 1893. "La cañagria." (Bol. Agr. Min. Indust. Mex. 3 ( 2 ) : 46-59.) On Rumex hymenosepalus. 1895. "Instrucciones para cultivar la sacaliña." (Prog. Méx. 2 ( 7 0 ) : 3.) On Polygonum sachalinense. BATALLA, Angel Bassols. See BASSOLS BATALLA, Angel.

BASILA H., Nehme. 1949. "Informe sobre . . . el municipio de Ajuchitlán del Progreso, Guerrero." México, 56 p. Thesis Med. With a list of the plants, cited by common names only.

BATALLA, María Agustina (also as BATALLA de RODRIGUEZ, María Agustina). See also HERNANDEZ. Francisco (15701575). 116


BATALLA BATALLA, María Agustina, y Débora RAMIREZ CANTU. 1939. "Contribución al estudio florístico del Valle de México." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 10: 227-267, 20 illus.) A study of the plants on hills to the north of the capital.

BATEMAN, James. (1864-) 1874. A monograph of Odontoglossum. London, 1874, 76 p., 30 p l . - D A . Brit. Mus. cites the date as (1864-) 1874. Descriptions, localities, and comments on plants, many of which are Mexican. 1867. A second century of orchidaceous plants. London, 100 pl. With a description of each plant pictured, and notes on their original habitats. The plants were selected from Curtis' Botanical Magazine. For the first "century," see Hooker, William Jackson, 1846.

BATALLA, María Agustina. 1940. "Estudio morfológico de los granos de polen de las plantas vulgares del Valle de México." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 11: 129161, 87 figs.) Thesis UNAM. Morphological study of the pollen from 87 plants, in 24 families. 1940a. "Botánica del Lago de Pátzcuaro y sus riberas." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 11: 427-442, 8 illus.) With a list of important species, by families. 1942. "Estudio de las plantas cultivadas en la región de Izucar de Matamoros, Puebla." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 13: 463-491.) Publ. as Batalla de Rodríguez. With a general discussion of the cultivated plants, divided according to use. 1943. "Nota acerca de las Gramíneas de la región de Izucar de Matamoros." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 14: 15-27, illus.) Catalogue includes synonymy and distribution. 1944. "Contribución al estudio de las Gramíneas del Valle de México." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 15: 17-25, 2 pl.) Publ. as Batalla de Rodríguez. Descriptions and illustrations of grasses along Lake Texcoco and adjoining regions. 1944a. "Flores comestibles." (Esta Sem. Nov. 18, 1944, p. 28.) In English and Spanish, the trans, by Adela Vázquez Schiaffino. 1944b. "Frutos típicos de la estación." (Esta Sem. Dec. 23, 1944: 2832; Dec. 30, 1944: 28-32; also June 9, 1945: 28-30.) In English and Spanish; the English by Adela Vázquez Schiaffino. 1944c. "Guia para conocer las plantas mas comunes en el Bosque de Chapultepec." (Foil. Div. Cient. Inst. Biol. Méx. No. 39, 1944, 54 p., 71 illus.) Publ. as Batalla de Rodriguez. A history of the area and a study of the various regions, with a catalogue of plants arranged systematically; keys are not provided. 1945. "Plantas textiles y propios para cestería." (Esta Sem. Mar. 3 : 2 7 ; Mar. 1 0 : 2 7 ; Mar. 1 7 : 2 7 . ) In Spanish and English, the latter by Adela Vázquez Schiaffino. 1945a. "Refrescos Mexicanos." (Esta Sem. Mar. 24, 1945:27-35.) In English and Spanish; the English by Adela Vázquez Schiaffino. 1945b. "Different uses of corn in Mexico." (Esta Sem. July 28: 3235; Aug. 4 : 3 2 - 3 5 ; Aug. 11:32-35; Aug. 18:32-36.) In English and Spanish. Publ. as Batalla de Rodríguez. On Zea mays.

BATERDEN, James Rae. 1908. Timber. New York, 351 p., 54 illus., bibl.-DA. With a brief section on the trees of the West Indies and Central America; common and scientific names, descriptions, localities, and properties are given. BATES, Henry Walter. See REID, Mayne, n. d.; ANONYMOUS, 1869-1874, 1869-1874 a, 1869-1874 b. BATES, James Hale. 1887. Notes of a tour in Mexico and California. With some comments on plants.

BATRES, Leopoldo. See also ALVAREZ, Manuel Francisco, 1900. 1887. "Un arbre gigantesque." (Nature 15, part 2, ( 7 5 1 ) : 8-10, illus.) A Spanish trans, was publ. in Las Ruinas de Mitla y la arquitectura, ed. by Manuel Francisco Alvarez, México, 1900, p. 15-16, q.v. On the sapin du Mexique in Tule, Oaxaca; discusses the nomenclature, chemical analysis, and medicinal value of the bark, but repeats the old erroneous statement that Humboldt was one of the visitors to the tree. BATRES, Oscar Castañeda. See CASTAÑEDA BATRES, Oscar. BATTORI, Francisco Francisco.

WEBBER, Herbert John





BAUD, Victor. 1865. La zeide—nouvelle substance alimentaire extraite du mais (Zea mais). Paris, 46 p.—MiU. "Ses influences sur la santé et sur la maladie"; discusses zeide simple, zeide gluten and zeide phosphatique. BAUER, Ferdinand Lucas. See LAMBERT, Aylmer Bourke, 18031824. BAUER, Franz Andreas, (also known as Francis). See also LAMBERT, Aylmer Bourke, 1803-1824. 1830-1838. Illustrations of orchidaceous plants. London, 30 pl., 14 p. of prefatory remarks and notes for the plates, by John Lindley. Listed in the Br. Mus. Cat. under Lindley, q.v. In 2 parts; the first, entitled "The genera and species of orchideous plants," with 10 plates, is on fructification. Plate 8 in part 2 is Galeandra baueri, which is Usted as Mexican in Ind. Kew. The drawings are highly magnified views, emphasizing the structure.

1945c. "Observaciones florísticas y geobotánicas en el Lago de Texcoco y sus alrededores." México, 57 p., 18 illus., 2 maps. Thesis UNAM. Publ. as Batalla de Rodríguez. The discussion reviews the physical factors in the area and describes the vegetation on the shores of lakes and canals, in the saline fields, on nearby hills, in waste places and on arable land, as well as cultivated plants. BATCHELOR, Leon Dexter. See BATCHELOR, 1943-1948.

New York, 167 p.

BAUER, G. 1832. "Nachricht ueber eine im sommer 1832 in bluete gestandene Agave americana." (Allg. Deut. Gart. Zeitg. 11: 265-268, 1833, illus.) BAUER-THOMA, Wilhelm. 1916. "Unter den Zapoteken und Mixes des staates Oaxaca der Republik Mexico." (Baessler Archiv 5: 75-97, illus.) Foods are listed with Spanish and Zapotee names; also cultivated crops.


BATE-SMITH, E. C. See also VARIOUS, 1958. 1962. "The phenolic constituents of plants and their taxonomic significance. I. Dicotyledons." (Jour. Linn. Soc. Bot. 5 8 ( 3 7 1 ) : 95-173, illus.)

BAUHIN, Hieronymus. See THEODORUS, Jacob, 1588-1591.


BAUHIN, Johann (with Johann Heinrich Cherler and Dominique Chabré). 1650-1651. Historia plantarum universalis. Ebrodunum ( E m b r u m ) , 3 vols. León mentions French editions, 1689, 1726.

1837-1843. The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. London, 12 p., 40 pl. Descriptions, habitat, notes, and plates of 40 plants; the work is outstanding for its plates.

BAUHIN, Kaspar (also as Caspar). See also MATTIOLI, Petrus Andrea, 1598; SALAMAN, R. N„ and HAWKES, 1949; THEODORUS, Jacob, 1588-1591. 1596. Phytopinax. Basle ( 4 2 ) , 669, (11) p., 8 p l . - N N B G .

The results are arranged in a table, p. 116-163, systematically by families; another table, p. 166-168, gives the phenolic categories of dicotyledonous plants, by orders and families.




BA UHIN—continued Seu enumeratio plantarum ab herbariis nostro seculo descriptarum; contains the first botanical description of the potato, Solanum tuberosum. 1620. Prodromus theatri botanici. Basel, 1671, 160 p., illus. First ed., Frankfurt am Main, 1620. Each plant described is also illustrated, included are potato and mechoacán. 1623. Pinax theatri botanici. Basileae (Basel), 1671, 518 p. First ed., 1623. A French version, Histoire des plantes de l'Europe et des plus usitées qui viennent d'Asie, d'Afrique et de l'Amérique, was pub!, anonymously in Lyon, 1670, 2 vols., illus.—DA. List of all plants known to the author; included are Vanilla and Solanum.

1931d. "Notes on Britton and Rose reprint of Vol. 1," q.v. (Jour. Cact. Succ. Sci. Amer. 3 ( 5 ) : 85, illus.) On Pereskia amapola Weber as distinct from P. saccharosa and P. argentina. 1931-1934. "California cacti." (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 3 ( 4 ) : 69-71, ( 5 ) : 85-86, ( 6 ) : 101-102, ( 7 ) : 122-123, ( 8 ) : 134-135, ( 9 ) : 149-150, ( 1 1 ) : 179-180, 5 ( 4 ) : 451-452, ( 7 ) : 498-501, ( 8 ) : 521-522, ( 1 0 ) : 556-560, ( 1 2 ) : 587-588, 6 ( 1 ) : 12-13, ( 2 ) : 28, ( 3 ) : 41, ( 5 ) : 71-72, ( 6 ) : 83-84, illus.) Publ. as a separate, with revisions, Los Angeles, 1935, 93 p., illus. "A complete and scientific record of the cacti native in California," with a key to California genera, descriptions and distribution. New species include Grusonia wrightiana which extends into Mexico. 1932. "Una nueva especie de Opuntia de la Baja California." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 3: 181-182.) Trans, by Helia Bravo Hollis. For the original description of Opuntia lagunae, see Gates, Howard, 1931c. 1932a. "Pereskiopsis gatesii new species. (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 3 ( 8 ) : 133-134, illus.) From Lower California. 1932b. "Notes on 'The Cactaceae.'" (Jour. Cact. Succ. Sci. Amer. 4 ( 5 ) : 281-284; ( 6 ) 297-299, illus.) On Opuntia burrageana, O. moellerii, Grusonia bradtiana (Coulter), and a key to genera and species in the Opuntia sections. 1933. "Opuntia bravoana." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 4: 149-151, illus.) Description of a new species from Baja California. See also Cact. Succ. Jour. 5 ( 3 ) : 436-437, illus., 1933. 1934. "Grusonia santamaría." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 6 ( 4 ) : 60-61, illus.) From Baja California. 1937. "Photographs." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 9 ( 1 ) : 4; ( 1 ) : 9.) On Fouquieria peninsularis and Echinocereus sciurus, both from Baja California. The second reference is to Machaerocereus gummosus from Baja California. 1944. "Cephalocereus purpusii." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 6 ( 4 ) : 47-51, illus.) Describes search for the plant near Mazatlán and its final location; mentions other plants noticed during the search.

BAUM, H. 1933. "Echinocactus (Astr.) myriostigma Lem. var. quadricostatus Moell. (Kakteenkunde: 205, illus.) With a brief description. 1934. "Kakteen am heimatlichen standort." (Kakteenkunde 157158, 187-188, illus.) Describes the cañón of St. Vicente, near Jaumave, Tamaulipas; includes descriptions of 6 species in 6 genera of cacti. BAUM, Werner C. 1954. "Systematic serology of the family Cucurbitaceae." (Serol. Mus. Bull. 13: 5-8, illus. ) With special reference to the genus Cucurbita. The conclusion is reached that Cucurbita and Luffa are more similar than Cucurbita and Citrullus. BAUMANN, Carl L. See BAEGERT, Johann Jacob, 1772. BAUMANN, Joseph. 1836. "De Nicotiana tabaco." Prague, 35 p., Diss. Inaug. Med.— MH. Discusses the botany, chemistry, and uses. BAUSA, José M. 1857. "Bosquejo geográfico y estadístico del partido de Papantla." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. 5: 374-426.) With a section on wild and cultivated plants. BAUSOR, S. C. (Sidney Charles). 1937. "A review of some medicinal plants." ( Torreya 37: 25-32, 4554, map.) Of the fifty drugs cited in the first section, Mexico is associated only with jalapa (on the map). The second section refers to plants in the local flora only (within the range of the Torrey Botanical Club excursions).

BAXTER, Sylvester 1891. The cruise of a land yacht. Boston, 263 p., illus. by L. J. Bridgman. Delightful story of a trip in a private railroad car, with interesting comments on plants. BAXTER, William Hart. See LOUDON, John Claudius, 1830. BAY, J.(ens) Christian. 1894. "Material for a monograph on the tannoids, with special reference to vegetable physiology." (Ann. Rep. Missouri Bot. Gard., 5: 61-87.) Actually a bibliography.

BAUTISTA, Francisco Campos. See CAMPOS BAUTISTA, Francisco. BAUTISTA, Manuel Alonso. 1943. "El cultivo de la morera." Cd. Juárez, 35 p., illus., map. Thesis EPA. On Morus. BAXTER, Edgar Martin. See also BRAVO HOLLIS, Helia, 1932.

BAYLE, Constantino. 1933. Historia de los descubrimientos y colonización de los Padres de la Compañía de Jesús en la Baja California. Madrid, 230 p., bibl. (Bibliot. de los Americanistas.) With a brief section in chapter 9 on plant life.

1930. "Popular names for cacti in the Cape region of Baja California, México." ( Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 1 ) : 275. ) 1930a. "Some cactuses from southern Baja California." (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 2 ) : 283-284, illus.) 1930b. "A trip to Magdalena Bay." (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 4 ) : 323-327, illus.) For the purpose of collecting cacti. 1931. "Notes on Opuntia pycnantha. (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 7 ) : 386-388, illus.) From Magdalena Bay. 1931a. The genus Lophocereus. (Jour. Cad. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 9 ) : 431-432, illus.) Extends to Baja California. 1931b. "Opuntia gosseliniana Weber." (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 1 0 ) : 458, illus.) See also Baxter, 1933. 1931c. "A new species of Neomammillaria." (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. Amer. 2 ( 1 1 ) : 471-472, illus.) N. phitauiana Baxter from Lower California.

BAYLON CH„ Héctor. 1947. "Cultivo de la papa." Cd. Juárez, 55 p. Thesis EPA. "En la región noroeste del Estado de Chihuahua." BAZ, Agustín. 1851. "Opúsculo sobre la Valeriana." México, 19 p. Repr. in Nueva Recop. Monog. in (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 1 (App.): 36-45, 1895). Thesis UNAM. The emphasis in the study is on the chemistry, but the history and taxonomy of the plant are reviewed. The plant is identified as Valeriana phu. BAZ, Gustavo Adolfo, and Eduardo L. GALLO. 1874. Historia del ferrocarril Mexicano. México, 295 p., illus., map.— NN. English ed., México, 1876, trans, by George F. Henderson. "Riqueza de México—estudios científicos, históricos y 118


SAZ estadísticos." Includes a section on the cantón de Papantla, with a detailed list of plants, common names only (quoted from an unidentified author). A similar section is given for the Costa de Sotavento; there is also a list of plants of the Isthmus by uses, with common names and some scientific names. A section on maguey at Apam quotes from 3 mss. on maguey: by Padre Lazcano, Pedro Fuentes, and the Blázquez Hnos; 1869. BAZ, Gustavo Adolfo. 1884. Apuntes para el cultivo de las dunas en México. Madrid, 72 p.-NN. Also in (Mem. Sría. Fom. Méx. 3: 610-619, 1887). Discusses suggestions based on publications and projects of other countries. BAZAN, Gonzalo. See PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del (15791581); WEITLANER, Robert J., and JOHNSON, Irmgard W. de, 1943. BAZAN, Hernando. See XIMENEZ, Francisco, 1615. BAZAN, Severino Herrera. See HERRERA BAZAN, Severino. BAZAN, Tomás Pérez. See PEREZ BAZAN, Tomás. BEADLE, G. W. (George Wells). 1939. "Teosinte and the origin of maize." (Jour. Hered. 30: 245-247, illus. ) Trans, into French by J. G. C. and repr. as "Le teosinte et l'origine du mais," in (Heu. Bot. Appl. 19: 803-805, 1939). Reports on producing edible teosinte by popping. BEAL, John Mann. See also SAX, Karl, and BEAL, 1934. BEAL, J. M., and Marion OWNBEY. 1939-1943. "Cytological studies in relation to the classification of the genus Calochortus." (Bot. Gaz. 100: 528-547, 40 figs., 1939; 102:810-811, illus., 1941; 104:553-562, 1943.) In the first part, the taxonomic work was done by Ownbey. In the second part, there is a report on C. barbatus from Mexico, with a chromosome count of 2n equals 36. In the third part, a table, with species and varieties arranged systematically, summarizes chromosome numbers in the genus; the classification is based on morphological as well as cytologic evidence. BEAL, Mary. 1939. "Food and fishlines for the tribesmen." (Des. Mag. 3 ( 2 ) : 1314; illus. by Norton Allen. On the uses of Agaves. 1940. "Handy man for the homesteader." (Des. Mag. 3 ( 3 ) : 12-13, 37; illus. by Adelbert Bartlett and C. C. Pierce. ) On Prosopis juliflora var. glandulosa (P. chilensis), and P. pubescens. 1940a. "Food, drink, and medicine for the natives." (Des. Mag. 3 ( 1 2 ) : 34, illus.) Description of various Salvias, with uses and distribution; includes chia ( S. columbariae ) and S. vaseyi from Mexico. 1940b. "Wild hollyhocks of the desert." (Des. Mag. 4 ( 2 ) : 16, illus.) On Sphaeralceas; including S. ambigua and S. purpurea, which extend into Mexico. 1941. "Agaves or desert hlies." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 3 ( 7 ) : 103-107; illus. by Norton Allen. Includes description of A. consociata Trel. from Baja California. 1941a. "Devil's protégé." ( Des. Mag. 4 ( 3 ) : 12, illus. ) On various species of Acacia which extend into Mexico, giving description, distribution, and common names. 1941b. "Golden blossoms on the desert." (Des. Mag. 4 ( 6 ) : 10, illus.) On the genus Coreopsis; including C. douglasii which extends into Mexico. 1942. "Feathery dusters for desert fairies." (Des. Mag. 5 ( 6 ) : 29, illus.) On CaUiandras. 1943. "Nuts for the native larder." (Des. Mag. 6 ( 7 ) : 17, illus.) On piñón; with a description of Pinus cembroides. 1943a. "Incense bush." (Des. Mag. 6 ( 8 ) : 15, illus.) On Encelia farinosa; with a description and distribution.

1943b. "Golden Cassia." (Des. Mag. 6 ( 1 1 ) : 17, illus.) On Cassia wislizeni, C. leptocarpa, and C. leptadenia, which extend into Mexico. 1943c. "Favorite of the chuckawalla." (Des. Mag. 6 ( 1 2 ) : 24, illus.) Description of Bebbia juncea var. aspera. 1943d. "Meet the trailing milkweed." (Des. Mag. 7 ( 1 ) : 28, illus.) Discussion of Philibertia (Funastrum), including P. crispum and P. heterophylla, which extend into Mexico. 1944. "Shrub that smells like turpentine." (Des. Mag. 7 ( 4 ) : 8, illus.) Description and uses of Thamnosma texana (Rutaceae). 1944a. "You're sure to meet the blue Daleas." (Des. Mag. 7 ( 5 ) : 19, illus.) Several species of Parosela are described, including P. schottii from Mexico. 1944b. "Desert's scarlet buglers." (Des. Mag. 7 ( 7 ) : 17-18, illus.) On Pentstemons; including P. clevelandii, P. parryi, and P. barbatus. 1944c. "Desert tobacco grows on trees and bushes." (Des. Mag. 7 ( 1 0 ) : 2, illus.) Nicotiana trigonophylla, N. clevelandii, and N. glauca. 1944d. "Quailbrush and holly." (Des. Mag. 7( 11): 27-28.) Atriplex lentiformis, A. canescens, A. confertifolia, and A. polycarpa. 1944e. "Cream flower cactus with rose-red wreaths." (Des. Mag. 8 ( 1 ) : 13, illus.) Descriptions of Mammillaria macdougalii, M. heyderi and M. wrightii. 1944f. "Mistletoes for Christmas." (Des. Mag. 8 ( 2 ) : 14, illus.) Phoradendron fiavescens var. macrophyllum, P. californicum, and P. juniperinum. 1945. "Camote the black sheep." (Des. Mag. 8 ( 4 ) : 16, illus.) On Hoffmanseggia densiflora and H. microphylla, camote de raton. 1945a. "Desert's shower of gold." (Des. Mag. 8 ( 5 ) : 24, illus.) On Cercidium torreyanum (C. floridum), C. microphyllum (Parkinsonia microphylla), and P. aculeata. 1945b. "Fall's golden carpet." (Des. Mag. 8 ( 1 2 ) : 2, illus.) Descriptions of Pedis papposa, P. angustifolia, P. filipes, P. prostrata, and P. longipes, all from Mexico. 1945c. "Desert Christmas tree." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 2 ) : 2, illus.) Includes Cupressus arizonica which extends into Mexico. 1946. "Desert signpost to water." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 4 ) : 22, illus.) On Baccharis glutinosa and B. sarothroides. 1946a. "The tree that jumps." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 6 ) : 29, illus.) Descriptions of Opuntia fulgida, O. versicolor, and O. spinosior, all known as cholla. 1946b. "Country cousins of the dandelions." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 7 ) : 29, illus.) On Calycoseris parryi and C. wrightii, which extend into Mexico. 1946c. "Shrub that wears royal purple robes." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 9 ) : 19, illus.) On Paroselas; including P. grayi from Mexico. 1946d. "Old man groundsel." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 1 0 ) : 19, illus.) On Senecios; including S. longilobus from Mexico. 1946e. "Plants of starry flowers and sandpaper leaves." (Des. Mag. 9 ( 1 1 ) : 23, illus.) On Petalonyx thurberi and P. linearis. 1947. "Wild pie plant." (Des. Mag. 1 0 ( 4 ) : 15, illus.) On Rumex hymenosepalus and R. violascens. 1947a. "Fremont's pepper grass." (Des. Mag. 1 0 ( 6 ) : 17, illus.) On Lepidiums; including L. montanum and L. flavum from Mexico. 1947b. "Golden desert poppies." (Des. Mag. 1 0 ( 9 ) : 27, illus.) On Eschscholtzias, including E. mexicana. 1947c. "Plants that sponge upon their neighbors." (Des. Mag. 1 0 ( 1 2 ) : 18, illus.)


BEAL BEAL—continued Orobanche cooperi (O. ludoviciana var. cooperi), Pholisma arenarium, and Ammobroma sonorae. 1948. "Oak trees on desert mountains." (Des. Mag. 11(4): 8, illus.) Includes Quercus chrysolepis, Q. palmeri, and Q. emoryi, which extend into Mexico. 1948a. "Desert ash trees." (Des. Mag. 11(5): 29, illus.) Includes Fraxinus velutina in Mexico. 1948b. "Ghost flower named by Fremont." (Des. Mag. 11(6): 24, illus.) On Mohavea confertiflora which extends into Baja California. 1948c. "Trees with willow leaves and catalpa flowers." (Des. Mag. 11(11): 20, illus.) Description of Chilopsis linearis with distribution and uses. 1948d. "Healing berries." (Des. Mag. 12(1): 22, illus.) On Sambucus coerulea and its varieties, including var. mexicana. 1949. "Junipers on the desert." (Des. Mag. 12(4): 23, illus.) Includes Juniperus californica, which ranges into Mexico. 1949a. "Emigrant flowers that never fade." (Des. Mag. 12(8): 27, illus.) Description and uses of Amaranthus fimbrkitus and A. palmeri. 1950. "Lupine once had a bad reputation." (Des. Mag. 13(4): 39, illus.) Describes Lupinus sparsiflorus and its var. amazonicus. 1950a. "Dignity and elegance among the rocks." (Des. Mag. 13(5): 27, illus.) On Brickellias, including B. californica and B. arguta, which extend into Mexico. 1950b. "Crimson splash in the desert." (Des. Mag. 13(6): 17, illus.) On Castillejas; including C. linariaefolia which ranges into Mexico. 1950c. "They perfume the night." (Des. Mag. 13(10): 20, illus.) On Cereus greggii and C. digueti; with an illustration of C. serpentinus. BEAL, William James. 1887,1896. Grasses of North America. Lansing, Mich., 2 vols. (457 and 706 p.; 175 and 126 illus.) The 2d vol. was publ. in New York. Taxonomic study, mainly for farmers and students. 1890. "Grasses in the wrong genus." (Bot. Gaz. 15: 110-112.) Four species formerly in Stipa are transferred to Oryzopsis. One is O. pringlei from Chihuahua. 1890a. "Geographical distribution of the grasses of North America." (Proc. Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. 39: 312-319.) A detailed analysis by genera, with relationships to, and comparisons with, grasses of other areas of the world. BEALS, Ralph Leon. 1932. The comparative ethnology of northern Mexico before 1750. Berkeley, California, 225 p., 28 maps, bibl. (Ibero-Americana No. 2.) With a brief section on cultivated plants, and on the use of wild plants. Several maps are concerned with plants. 1933. "The Acaxee." (Ibero Americana No. 6, 36 p.) On an Indian group living in Durango and Sinaloa; with some data on foods and customs involving plants. 1943. "The aboriginal culture of the Cahita Indians." (Ibero Americana 19: 94 p., 3 pi., 7 fig., map.) Reconstruction of the culture of a group living in Sonora and Sinaloa; includes material on the food supply and tobacco; also a section on environmental conditions in which plants are described. 1945. The contemporary culture of the Cahita Indians. Washington, 244 p., 20 pi., bibl., map. (Smithsonian Inst., Bur. Amer. Ethnol., Bull. 142.) Some references to plants by common names only in the sections on agriculture, food gathering, weaving, and medicinal plants.

1945a. Ethnology of the western Mixe. Berkeley, 176 p., 17 pi., 7 figs., 2 maps. (Univ. Calif. Publ. Amer. Archaeol. Ethnol.) No. 42. On the area in Oaxaca near Zempoaltepetl; some references are given to plants in the chapters on the "land and the people, the food quest, the material culture." Appendix has a vocabulary with a special list of plant names. 1946. Cherán—a Sierra Tarascan village. (Smithson. Inst., Inst. Soc. Anthrop., Publ. No. 2, 225 p., 8 pi., 19 fig., 5 maps.) Contains information on plants used as food, wild and cultivated; one appendix is on food plants from La Cañada; another, on maize from Cherán, is by Edgar Anderson. BEAMAN, John Homer. See also ANDRESEN, John W. and BEAMAN, 1961; STOUTAMIRE, Warren P., and BEAMAN, 1960; TURNER, B. L„ and BEAMAN, 1953; TURNER, B. L., et al, 1961a; VARIOUS, 1960b. 1957. "The systematics and evolution of Townsendia." (Contr. Gray Herb. 183: 1-151, 23 pi., 17 maps, bibl.) Study of 21 species, with 2 new species and one new variety described; covers history, geographic distribution, ecology, relationships, embryology, cytology, hybridization, evolution, morphology, and systematics with a key to species and varieties. Townsendia annua n.sp. is cited from Mexico. 1959. "Vascular plants on the cinder cone of Paricutin volcano in 1958." (Rhodora 62 (739): 175-186, map.) Fourteen species in all are reported: 5 ferns, one species of Pinus, one grass, Aegopogon, one species of Buddleia, 5 composites in 4 genera, and one unidentified seed plant. 1961. "Vascular plants on the cinder cone of Paricutin volcano in 1961." (Rhodora 63 (756): 340-344.) A catalogue, systematically arranged, with a discussion of the changes that have taken place since the earlier survey, q.v. The report lists 17 species in 15 genera and 6 families of flowering plants in 1961. BEAMAN, John H„ D. C. D. DE JONG, and Warren P. STOUTAMIRE. 1962. "Chromosome studies in the alpine and sub-alpine floras of Mexico and Guatemala." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 4 9 ( 1 ) : 41-50, illus., bibl.) A report on 101 collections, consisting of 69 species, 42 genera and 22 families, with first counts reported in 59 species and 2 genera. BEAMAN, John H. 1962a. "The timberlines of Ixtaccihuatl and Popocatepetl, Mexico." (Ecology 43(3): 377-385, illus., maps.) With a discussion of the geography, geology, and climate. Vegetation at the timberline is described, with special attention given to Pinus hartwegii. BEAMAN, J. H., and B. L. TURNER. 1962b. "Chromosome numbers in Mexican and Guatemalan compositae." (Rhodora 64(759): 271-276, illus.) A report on 25 species; first counts are presented for 16 taxa. BEARD, Eleanor Cooke. 1937. "Some chromosome complements in the Cactaceae and a study of meiosis in Echinocereus papillosus." (Bot. Gaz. 99: 1-21.) Some of the material used was from San Luís Potosí and Tamaulipas. BEARD, John Stewart. 1944. "Provisional list of trees and shrubs of the Lesser Antilles." (Carib. For. 5 ( 2 ) : 48-67; summ. in Spanish.) Extracted from a list of the flora prepared by E. E. Cheesman; arranged systematically by families and alphabetically by genera and species. 1994a. "Natural vegetation of the Island of Tobago, British West Indies." (Ecol. Monog. 14: 135-163, 11 figs. incl. maps.) Discusses factors of the environment, plant communities, and gives a list of plants with common and scientific names, according to associations, and a list of native trees. 1944b. "Climax vegetation in tropical America." (Ecology 25: 128158, illus, bibl.) Based on observations mainly in the West Indies, Central 120







America, and northern South America. Included are a summary of formations, with terms in English, Spanish, and Portuguese; diagrams and illustrations of types of climaxes; tables to correlate terms used, with those of Schimper, Shantz, and Barbour; and a field key for the formations. For the revised version of this work, see Beard, 1955. The natural vegetation of Trinidad. Oxford, 152 p., illus.; Oxford For. Mem. No. 20. Includes a study of the geography, geology and soils, flora, classification and description of plant communities, and ecological relationships. Under "flora," there is a provisional list of trees native to Trinidad, arranged systematically by families, and alphabetically by genera and species, with common names for many. The natural vegetation of the Windward and Leeward Islands. Oxford, 192 p., illus., maps; Oxford For. Mem. No. 21. For arrangement of contents see The natural vegetation of Trinidad, by the same author. For a review of the work, see Egler, Frank E. in Carib. For. 1 3 ( 4 ) : 173-178, 1952. "The savanna vegetation of northern tropical America." ( E c o l . Monog. 23: 149-215, 33 figs.) The areas described include Central American countries, with a brief reference to Yucatán. Descriptions of various types of savannas are included, with a discussion of physical and biotic factors in the habitat and ecological relationships of the various areas. "The classification of tropical American vegetation types." (Ecology 36: 89-100, 7 figs.) This is an amplified and revised version of the 1944 report, q.v. Formations are increased from 26 to 28; all the arborescent formations are illustrated by profile diagrams. Physiognomy and habitat are discussed, as is the importance of soil drainage in the ecology of high rainfall areas.

1910. Les bois industriels. Paris, 420 p., bb ffgs., bibl. Descriptions of families, genera, and species, with synonymy, distribution, and uses. BEAUVISAGE, L. 1920. "Contribution a l'étude anatomique de la famille des Ternstroemiacées." Tours, 470 p., illus.; thesis.—DA. History, morphology, anatomy, and taxonomy; with a list of species under each genus, and the country where each is found. BEAUVOIS, Ambroise Marie François Joseph Palisot de. See PALISOT de BEAUVOIS, Ambroise Marie François Joseph. BEAVEN, Eduardo. 1917-1920. "Ligeros apuntes sobre el cultivo de la higuerilla." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 37:97-105.) Repr. as "La culture du ricin au Mexique" in ( Echo Méx. 1 ( 1 0 ) : 3-4, 1921). With the description and distribution of 3 species. BEBB, Michael Schuck. See WHEELER, George Montague, 1878. BECCARI, Odoardo. 1887-1889. "Le Palme incluse nel genere Cocos Linn. ( Malpighia 1:343-354, 441-454, 1887-1888; 2:85-95, 146-157, 1 pl., 1888-1889.) With descriptions of, or comments on, the 37 species which are recognized. 1907. "Le Palme Americane della tribu delle Corypheae." ( Webbia 2: 1-343.) With a prospectus of the genera, analytical keys to the species, detailed descriptions, and distributional data. Among the new species described are: Brahea pimo and Erythea elegans, from Mexico. 1917. "The origin and dispersal of Cocos nucífera." (Philip. Jour. Sci. 1 2 ( 1 ) : 27-43.) Concludes that an Asiatic or Polynesian origin of the coconut palm is more probable than an American one.

BEATON, D. 1839. "Note on the jalap plant of commerce." (Gard. Mag. 15: 328329.) Reports raising a plant identified as Convolvulus jalapa and questions if it is the same as Ipomoea purga.

BECERRA, César. n.d. "Apuntes para la geografía del Estado de Hidalgo." México?, 17 typed p., ms.-SMGE. With a considerable section on the plant resources.

BEATTY, John Y. See BEATY, John Y. BEATY, John Y. (BEATTY?) 1914. "Una planta forrajera admirable." 362, illus.) On the uses of spineless cactus. BEAUFOY, Mark. 1828. Mexican illustrations.

BECERRA, Ignacio Vargas. See VARGAS BECERRA, Ignacio.

(Hacienda 9 ( 1 2 ) : 360-

BECERRA, Marcos E. See abo BRINTON, Daniel Garrison, 1888; CERVANTES de SALAZAR (1560-1567). 1909. Nombres geográficos del Estado de Tabasco. México, 109 p. Many references to plants, often identified by scientific names, in derivations of names which are not of Spanish origin. 1917-1920. "La papaya orejona." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 37: 357-361, 1 pl.) Pileus pentaphyllus is described as a new species. 1921. "Datos botánicos i lingüísticos sobre la ubicación de Huehuetlapan." Ms., at SMGE, México, 12 typed p. Prepared for the 1st Congr. Nac. Geogr. To show that it was in Honduras—as a source of Toltec, Chichimec, and Aztec cultures. There are many interesting references to plants, by common and scientific names. 1924. "El huacalxochitl de Hernández en un petroglifo." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 43: 345-353, 3 pl.) Identifies it as Philodendron affine Hemsley. 1925. "Exploración biológica en el Estado de Chiapas." (Bol. Dir. Estud. Biol. Méx. 3: 27-29.) On various plants, known commonly as cholagogues. They are identified as Gouania and Colubrina in the Rhamnaceae, and Myriocarpa in the Urticaceae. There is also a reference to "la quina de Chiapa," in which it is reported that Cinchona succirubra had been found in Soconusco, Chiapas. 1932. Nombres geográficos indígenas del Estado de Chiapas. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, 386 p. With data on the localities, and derivation of the names. Scientific names are given for the plants cited in the derivations. 1934. "Los Chontales de Tabasco." (Inv. Ling. 2: 29-36.) "Estudio etnográfico i lingüístico"; with a brief vocabulary.

London, 310 p., illus., map.

Observations by a cynical traveler, during the years 18251827; with interesting remarks on plants and good pictures of the flowers of the manita tree and the Mexican cherry, capulín. BEAULAYGUE, Louis Lucien. 1896. "Contribution a l'étude des Sapindacées." Montpellier, 1896, 104 p., bibl. Thesis No. 590. The first chapter covers the general botanical characteristics of the family, with its affinities, distribution, general properties, and names of important species. Another section on saponins, in general, discusses Achras sapota. BEAUMETZ, Georges Octave Dujardin. METZ, Georges Octave.


BEAUMONT, Pablo de la Purísima Concepción. 18th cent. Crónica de la provincia de los Santos Apostoles S. Pedro y S. Pablo de Michoacán. México, 1873-1874, 5 vols. Written between 1766 and 1784, according to Chauvet. The last section discusses plant products of the area, e.g., corn, yuca, and camotes. BEAUPRE, Charles Gaudichaud. Charles.


BEAUREGARD, Luis. 1909. "Nopal sin espinas." (Agricultor Mainly on uses of the plant. BEAUVERIE, Jean.

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BECERRA-continued 1934a. "Sobre como hablamos en Tabasco." (Inv. Ling. 2: 59-64.) With comments that refer to plants. 1935. "Vocabulario de la lengua Choi." (An. Mus. Nac. Méx., V, 2: 7-36.) From Spanish to Choi, with notes giving scientific names of plants mentioned. 1935a. "Algunas anotaciones." (Invest. Ling. 3: 311-319.) Notes to Vocabulario Nacional Agrícola, q.v. (Anon, 1931.) 1936. "La planta llamada guapaque ó paque." México, 6 p. (Foil. Divulg. Cient. No. 24, publ. by the Inst. Biol. Méx.) Description of a new genus Correa, in the Leguminosae, with the species guapaque. For the correct name of the plant, see Dialium. 1937. "Vocabulario Chapaneco—Castellano." (Inv. Ling. 4: 224253.) And vice versa. 1937a. "El jazmín del istmo." (Neza 3 ( 1 ) : 7-11, illus.) Description of Bourreria formosa Hemsl. 1939-1940. "Juegos precoloniales." (An. Inst. Nac. Antrop. Hist. Méx. 1: 175-178, 1 illus.) Showing the use of acorns of Quercus cyclobalanoides. 1942. "El pochote—Ceiba." (Rev. Méx. Est. Antrop. 6 ( 1 / 2 ) : 92101.) Mainly on the etymology of the name. BECERRA D., Atanasio. 1956. "Producción de la planta de tabaco en la Huasteca Veracruzana." Saltillo, 30 p., illus. Thesis ERA. With "datos geobotánicos." BECERRIL, Luís G. 1917. Geografía del Estado de México. México, 40 p., map—Bibliot. A. Alzate. With a brief section on the natural products, and some reference to the cultivated crops, in the discussion of the various areas. BECERRIL BUITRON, Ana Maria. 1950. "Contribución al estudio farmacológio de la raíz de matarique." México, 40 p. Thesis Chem. UNAM. Description and distribution of Cacalia decomposita, tested for use in diabetes and found of no value. BECHER, Henry C. R. 1880. A trip to Mexico. Toronto, 183 p., illus., map. "Notes of a journey from Lake Erie to Lake Tezcuco (sic) and back." Mainly archaeological in emphasis, with casual references to plants. BECHER, Joachim Mattheus. 1663. Parnassus medicinalis illustratus. Ulm, 4 vols, in one.—OCL. Each part is numbered separately. Part II entitled "Phythologia or kraeuterbuch," 636 p., illus., includes Solanum indicum and S. poma aurea, frumentum indicum (Zea mays), Piper indicum (Capsicum), stramonia (Datura), Ficus indica sive Opuntia, Aloe americana, and Caryophylli indici (Tagetes). BECHSTEIN, Johann Matthaeus. 1796. Kurzgefaste gemeinnutzige naturgeschichte der gewaechse des in- und auslandes. Leipzig, 2 vols.—MoSB. Plants are arranged according to the Linnaean system with common and scientific names, description, and use. BECHT van OMMEN, G. J. 1927. "Oliveranthus elegans." (Succulenta 9 ( 7 ) : 104-106, illus.) Description of a Mexican succulent; (changed later to Echeveria harmsii). BECHTEL, Albert Reiff. 1921. "The floral anatomy of the Urticales." 8 ( 8 ) : 386-410, illus.) BECK von MANNAGETTA, Guenther, ritter. 1890. "Monographic der gattung Orobanche." 275, 4 pl„ 3 maps, 11 figs.)





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Includes history, development, morphology, anatomy, biology, systematics, and geographic distribution. One map shows distribution in the New World. The systematic part has a key to sections and species with descriptions, distribution, and host plants. BECK-MANNAGETTA, G. 1927. "Orobanche." (Pflanzenareale 1 ( 7 ) : 73-81, maps 61-69.) Mexico is included in the distribution of Orobanche uniflora, O. ludoviciana, O. californica, and O. fasciculata. BECKER, Claus. See HUMBOLDT, Alexander von and BONPLAND, 1805. BECKER, Lothar. 1875. Der bauerntabak (Nicotiana rustica L . ) . Breslau?, 51 p. A discussion, based on early literature, centers on the possibility of the plant's having been native in the Old World. 1888. "Der Tuerkische weizen und der mais in geschichtlicher hinsicht." (Natur 37: 97, 24, 133, 160, 186, 223, 236, 247.) History, common names, and a discussion of the natural habitat of the plant. BECKER, Wilh. 1924. "Violae Mexicanae et Centrali-Americanae." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 19: 392-400; 20: 1-12.) The first part presents a chart illustrating geographic distribution of the species, a key to species, and descriptions which continue in part 2. Sixteen Mexican species are included, two of them new. BECKETT, Ralph Edwin and Robert S. STITT. 1935. "The desert milkweed (Asclepias subulata) as a possible source of rubber." (U.S. D. A. Tech. Bull. 472, 20 p., illus.) With description, distribution, rubber content, and culture. 1938. "Rubber content and habits of a second desert milkweed (Asclepias erosa) of southern California and Arizona." (U.S. D. A. Tech. Bull. No. 604, 11 p., illus.) With descriptions, distribution, rubber content, and culture. BEDDOME, R. H. (Richard Henry). 1908. "Gesneraceae." (Jour. R. Hort. Soc. 33: 74-100.) "With an annotated list of the genera and species which have been introduced to cultivation." These are listed alphabetically by genus and species, with a brief description and the country of origin. 1908a. "Acanthaceae." (Jour. R. Hort. Soc. 34:54-96.) With an annotated list of the species known to have been in cultivation, arranged alphabetically by genus and species, with brief description and country of origin. BEDOLLA ZAMORA, B. 1906. "El cantón de Huatusco, Veracruz." (Prog. Lat. 4 ( 8 ) : 238240.) With a list of the plants of the area, cited by common names only. B E E B E , Charles William (cited often as William Beebe). 1905. Two bird lovers in Mexico. Boston, 408 p., illus. Interesting account with many scattered references to plants. BEEKMAN, Elaine. See BEEKMAN, John, 1953. BEEKMAN, John and Elaine. 1953. Vocabulario Choi. México, 70 p.—Inst. Ling. Ver. Choi to Spanish and reverse. BEEKS, Richard M. See also GRANT, Verne, 1952-1956; MOSELEY, Maynard Fowle, Jr., and BEEKS, 1955. 1962. "Variation and hybridization in southern California populations of Diplacus (Scrophulariaceae)." (Aliso 5 ( 2 ) : 83-122, illus., maps, bibl.) The genus extends to Baja California, but geographic references are given only to the United States. BEER, Joseph Georg. 1854. "Versuch einer eintheilung der familie der Bromeliaceen nach deren bluethenstand." (Oesterr. Bot. Wochenbl. 4: 157-160); also in ( V e r h . Zool. Bot. Ver. Wien 4: 185-188); and in (Allg. Gart. Zeitg. 22: 174-175).



Divided into 3 main subdivisions, "hauptabtheilung, unterabtheilung, und sippe" and 19 smaller ones, with representative species for each. 1857. Die familie der Bromeliaceen. Wien, 271 p., illus.—DA. Classification and descriptions, with a special section on the genus Ananas. This was translated and published in (Belgique Hort. 28: 144-172, illus., 1878) as "Monographie des Ananas." 1863. Beitraege zur morphologie und biologie der familie der Orchideen. Wien, 44 p., 12 pi.—DA. With a special section on Vanilla.

BEHNKEN, María de los Angeles Arzac. See ARZAC-BEHNKEN, María de los Angeles. BEHR, Hans Herman. See CURRAN, Mary K. (1884?) 1885. BEHRENDS, Dorothy S. 1952. "Bill Brooks' two new Begonias." (Begonian 19 ( 3 ) : 51.) Begonia Lucy Brooks and Begonia Carlota. BEIJERINCK, (also as Beyerinck), W(illem). 1938. "Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull." (Pflanzenareale 4 ( 6 ) : 74-77, map 55.) The map shows a location for a Mexican specimen, classified as adventive, based on a specimen from Querétaro, in the Berlin herbarium.

BEETLE, Alan A(ckerman). 1941. "Certain North and South American distribution in Scirpus." (Madroño 6: 45-49.) Summaries of the distribution of selected species, some of which range into Mexico. 1941-1946. "Studies in the genus Scirpus." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 2 8 ( 8 ) : 691-700, 1941; 2 9 ( 1 ) : 82-88, 1942; 2 9 ( 8 ) : 653-656, 1942; 3 0 ( 6 ) : 395-401, 1943; 31(5):261-265, 1944; 3 3 ( 8 ) : 661-665, 1946.) With discussions of the following: The American species of the section Lacustres Clarke; with keys to species, descriptions, and distribution. The section Bolboschoenus Palla; taxonomic study with descriptions and distribution. Notes on the section Actaeogeton Erich. The section Schoenoplectus Palla; includes S. americanus var. polyphyllus (Boeckl.) Beetle comb. nov. which extends into Mexico. Conspectus of sections represented in the Americas; with a key to 13 sections in 2 subgenera. The genus Scirpus—notes on its taxonomy, phylogeny, and distribution. For a criticism of the Conspectus of sections, above, see Fernald, M. L., "Unverified bibliography of Scirpus," in Rhodora 49: 49-54, 1947. 1943. "A key to the North American species of the genus Scirpus based on achene characters." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 29: 533-538, illus.) Also a list of species of North America and their distribution; criticised in 31: 250, 1944 by A. C. Martin under "Achene characters in the genus Scirpus." 1943a "The North American variations of Distichlis spicata." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 70: 638-650, illus.) With a key to varieties, descriptions, and distribution. Mexican material includes var. divaricata var. nov., and var. mexicana var. nov. Included is a catalogue of specific names applied to Distichlis, with references and localities. 1944. "A known but undescribed Mexican Scirpus." (Brittonia 5 ( 2 ) : 148.) On S. analecti. 1944a. "Three neglected names in Scirpus." (Rhodora 46: 145-146.) Describes S. cernuus Vahl var. californicus (Torr.) comb, nov. and S. cubensis Poeppig and Kunth var. gracilis (Boeck.) comb. nov. 1949. "Annotated list of original descriptions in Scirpus." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 41: 453-493.) 1955. "The grass genus 'Distichlis.'" (Rev. Argent. Agron. 2 2 ( 2 ) : 86-94, illus.; in English with Spanish summ.) With a key to species, descriptions and distribution. D. texana and D. spicata var. stricta are cited for Mexico. 1960. "Distribution as a key to the age and origin of grasses." (Univ. Wyoming Publ. 2 4 ( 1 ) : 1-8.) Mexico is discussed in connection with Buchloe, the Chlorideae, and the Zoyseae.

BEINLING, Theodore Rudolf Berthold. 1858. Ueber die geographische Verbreitung der Coniferen. Breslau, 54 p . - D A . Distribution is given according to countries, with ranges and general discussion; also by families and genera. BEISSNER, Ludwig. 1887. Handbuch der nadelholzkunde. Berlin, 1930, 3d ed., 765 p., 204 illus. First ed. Erfurt, 1887, 90 p. Taxonomy, descriptions, and culture. BEIZA, Agustín Albarrán y. See ALBARRAN y BEIZA, Agustín. BEJARANO, M. See RABASA, Ramón et al, 1895. BEJARANO PEDROZA, Armando. 1937. "El cultivo de la papa." Cd. Juárez, 54 p. Thesis EPA. On Solanum tuberosum. BELAUNZARAN PALAFOX, Blanca. 1945. "Estudio del guacamote desde el punto de vista alimenticio." México, 42 p. Thesis Chem. UNAM. On Manihot utilissima. BELCHER, Edward. 1843. Narrative of a voyage round the world performed in Her Majesty's ship Sulphur, 1836-1842. London, 2 vols., illus., maps. In the appendix to vol. 2, p. 325-460, there is a discussion by Richard Brinsley Hinds of "the regions of vegetation . . . over the surface of the globe." Mexico is included in areas designated as The Chihuahua region, the Central American region, and the Mexico-Alpine region. BELCHER, R. S. See also VARIOUS, 1923. BELCHER, R. S., et al. 1925 "Cross ties of foreign woods." (Amer. Ry. Eng. Assoc., Proc. 26: 1033-1078, illus.) Co-authors include S. B. Fisher, John Foley, H. C. Hayes, and A. F. Maischaider. With a brief section on Mexico, listing trees used there, by common names only. This is based on reports from various consuls: O. Gaylord Marsh from Progreso, Fred R. Robinson in Saltillo, and Claude I. Dawson in Mexico City. (See Various, 1923.) Included also is a check list of foreign woods reported suitable for, or used as cross ties, arranged alphabetically by common names, with scientific names, and where they are available. Another check list is arranged by scientific names with the country of origin and the results of tests on the woods. A similar list is provided, arranged by common names, for trees whose scientific names are not known. BELCHER, Robert Orange. 1956. "A revision of the genus Erechtites with inquiries into Senecio and Arrhenechthites." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 43: 1-85.) History of the genus with a condensed key to Senecioninae, a systematic treatment of Erechtites, keys to species, varieties and forms, descriptions and a list of specimens examined.

BEGUINOT, A.(ugusto), and N. BELOSERSKY. 1913. "Revisione monográfica del genere Apocynum Linn." (R. Acc. Lincei, Mem. CI. Sci. Fis. Mat. Nat. V, 9: 595-734, illus., bibl.) Introd. by O. Mattirolo and P. Baccarini. On the history, morphology, distribution, and systematics, with a special section on North American species.

BELINA, Dr. de. 1882. "Proyecto de desagüe y saneamiento de la Ciudad y del Valle de México." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est. III, 6: 142-193.)

BEHNKEN, Ana Maria Arzac. See ARZAC-BEHNKEN, Ana Maria. 123

BELIO BELINA—continued With a section on forestation, and the use of the in this respect.

BELTRAN Eucalyptus

BELIO, José Refugio. 1924. "EI Estado de Hidalgo." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Qeog. Est. V, 10: 211-250.) This was repr. as a separate, México, 1924, 42 p.— Inst. Teen. Monterrey. In the section on agriculture, there is a section p. 16-21, on wild and cultivated plants, cited by common names. BELL, C(lyde) Ritchie. 1954. "The Sanícula crassicaulis complex (Umbelliferae)." (Univ. Calif. Pubi. Bot. 2 7 ( 3 ) : 133-230, illus., bibl.) A study of variation and polyploidy, including work on cytology, distribution, and ecology. BELL, C. Ritchie, and Lincoln CONSTANCE. 1957. "Chromosome numbers in the Umbelliferae I." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 44: 565-572.) The only Mexican species cited is Arracada brandegei from Baja California. 1960. "Chromosome numbers in Umbelliferae II." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 4 7 ( 1 ) : 24-32, 100 figs.) Mexican material used includes Eryngium crassisquammosum and E. lemmoni from Durango, and E. heterophyllum from Mexico and Jalisco. B E L L , Purl Lord, and H. Bently MACKENZIE. 1923. Mexican west coast and Lower California. Washington, 340 p., 16 pl., map. ( U. S. Bur. For. Dom. Comm., Spec. Agents Ser. No. 220.) Prepared with the assistance of the following U. S. consuls: Francis John Dyer of Nogales, Bartley F . Yost of Guaymas, and William E. Chapman of Mazatlán. "A commercial and industrial survey," with sections on agriculture and forest products; the latter includes a list of woods, cited by common names only, on p. 184. The "west coast" covers Sonora, Sinaloa, and Nayarit; the emphasis in Lower California is on the northern half. B E L L , Willis Harvey. See also CASTETTER, Edward Franklin and BELL, 1937, 1938. BELL, Willis H(arvey) and Edward Franklin CASTETTER. 1937. "The utilization of mesquite and screwbean by the aborigines in the American Southwest." ( Univ. New Méx., Bull. 314, Biol Ser. 5 ( 2 ) ; Ethnobiol. Stud. Southw., # 5 , 55p., bibl., maps. ) A detailed study of Prosopis chilensis giving description, distribution, history, and uses; also on P. pubescens, with some references to P. palmeri and P. cinerascens. 1941. The utilization of yucca, sotol, and beargrass by the aborígenes in the American Southwest. Albuquerque, 74 p.—DA. ( Univ. New Mex. Bull., Ethnobiol. Stud. Amer. Southw. No. 7, Biol. Ser. 5 ( 5 ) . ) Excellent study of the plants as food and fiber sources. BELLAIR, Georges Adolphe. (1929). Les Dahlias. Paris, 135 p., 59 illus.-NN. Origin, history, description of species and varieties; emphasis is on culture. BELLEGARDE, Jean Baptiste Morvan de, M. l'abbe( pseud. Monsr. Du Perier). 1708. A general history of all voyages and travels. London, 364 p., illus: the translator's name is not given. The original ed. Histoire universalle de voyages, Paris, 1707, was pubi, under the pseudonym.—NN. Planned as a series, but only this first volume on America was printed; it includes excerpts from Cortés and Fernández de Oviedo. BELLIN, Jacques Nicholas. 1758. Description géographique des Isles Antilles possédées par les Anglois. Paris, 171 p., illus. and maps. Includes Jamaica, Barbados, Antigua, Bermudas, etc., with information on the most important plants. 1763. Déscription géographique de la Guyane (Guiarle). Paris, 294 p., illus., maps. Part 2, chapters 2 and 3, are on plants.

BELLO, Andrés. 1823. "Alocución a la poesía: fragmentos de un poema inédito titulado América." (Bibl. Amer. 1 : 3 - 1 6 , 2 : 1 - 1 2 . Repr. as "Silvas Americanas I. La agricultura de la zona tórrida," in Rep. Amer. 1:7-18, 1826.) It is included in Bello's Obras completas, vol. 1, Poesías: 81-92, 1930, publ. in Santiago de Chile, or 65-74, in the Caracas edition, publ. in 1952. It was trans, into English as A georgic of the tropics, by John Cook Wyllie, and publ. in Charlottesville, 1954, 39 p., with the original text. A beautiful ode with many references to typical plants of the tropics. Botanical annotations are by the author. 1827. "Descripción de la cochinilla Misteca i de su cría i benefizio." (Rep. Amer. 2: 152-167.) Also in (Amigo Pueblo 3 ( 3 ) : 7596, 1828). Publ. as A. B. Discussion of the identity of the plants on which the insect lives, and descriptions of various species of cactus. BELLO, Juan GONZALEZ. See GONZALEZ BELLO, Juan. BELLO, Dr. Moreno. See MORENO BELLO, Dr. BELLOC, Alejandro Arellano. See ARELLANO BELLOC, Alejandro. B E L L U E , M. K. See VARIOUS, 1936. BELMAR, Francisco. 1897. Ensayo sobre la lengua Trike. Oaxaca, 53 p.—MN Méx. With a special list of plant names. 1899. El Chocho—Idiomas indígenas del Estado de Oaxaca. Oaxaca, 42 p.—Bibliot. SMGE. With vocabulary. 1900. Estudio de el Chontal. Oaxaca, 148 + 123 p. With a Spanish-Chontal vocabulary, by Román Juárez, in the second part. 1901. Breve noticia del idioma Papabuco. Oaxaca, 20 p.; part of the series called "Idiomas indígenas del Estado de Oaxaca." With a comparison of Spanish, Zapotee, and Papabuco, "del Pueblo de Elotepec." 1901a. Breve reseña histórica y geográfica del Estado de Oaxaca. Oaxaca, 233 p., 37 illus. With a list of plant products classified according to use; common names only are given. 1901b. Investigaciones sobre el idioma Amuzgo. Oaxaca, 163 p. As spoken in Ipalapa, distrito de Jamiltepec, Oaxaca. 1901c. Lenguas del Estado de Oaxaca—Estudio del Huave. Oaxaca, 111 p. With a Spanish-Huave vocabulary. 1902. El Cuicateco. Oaxaca, 119 p. A vocabulary of a language spoken in Oaxaca. 1902a. Investigaciones sobre la lengua Chatina. Oaxaca, 78 p. One of the "idiomas del Estado de Oaxaca." 1902b. Lenguas indígenas del Estado de Oaxaca—Estudio del idioma Ayook. Oaxaca, 205 p. With a 24-p. appendix of phrases. 1905. Lenguas indígenas de México—Familia Mixteco-Zapoteca. México, 374 p. "Sus relaciones con el Otomí"; also contains "Familia Zoque-Mixe, Chontal, Huave, y Mexicano"; with vocabularies. BELMONT, Angela Torres. See TORRES BELMONT, Angela. BELMONT, Konstantin Dmitrievich. 1923. Visions solaires (Mexique, Egypte, Inde, Japón, Oceanie). Paris, 4th ed., 338 p., port., trans, by Ludmila Savitzky.—MH. The part on Mexico, p. 9-131, is called "Fleurs serpentines"; beautifully written but with only a few references to plants. BELOSERSKY, N. See BEGUINOT, A., 1913. BELTRAMI, Giacomo Constantino (also as J. C.). 1830. Le Mexique. Paris, 2 vols. Contains a list of 100 plants collected and identified by Cervantes, and including many new genera and new species, in volume 2, appendix no. 8, p. 389. BELTRAN, Alberto.

See KEY, Harold, and KEY, 1953; McKAU-


BELTRAN GHAN, Howard, Mariana, 1954.





BELTRAN, Enrique. See abo L E O P O L D , A. Starker, 1959; VARIOUS, 1955; 1956; 1958; 1958(1959). 1939. "Los recursos naturales de México." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 1 ( 1 ) : 33-43.) On conservation. 1942. "El Prof. Alfonso Herrera." (Ciencia 3 ( 1 0 / 1 1 ) : 322.) Notice of death, and biographical sketch, of Alfonso L. Herrera. 1942a. "Alfonso L. Herrera, un hombre y una época." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 3 ( 1 / 4 ) : 201-210.) His life and scientific activities. 1943. "Datos y documentos para la história de las ciencias naturales en México." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 4: 115-121.) "Los estatutos de la primitiva Sociedad Mexicana de História Natural." 1943a. "Setenta y cinco años de ciencias naturales en México." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 4 : 245-264.) 1945. "Datos y documentos para la historia de las ciencias naturales en México." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 6: 99-106.) "Correspondencia de Alfredo Dugés con Alfonso L. Herrera, 1888-1893." 1946. Los recursos naturales de México y su conservación. México, 95 p. Introd. by Wm. Vogt. Publ. by the Sria Ed. Publ. Méx., as Biblioteca enciclopédica popular. No. 106. With a chapter on the vegetation. 1947-1950. "Informes de labores desarrolladas por la Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 9: 37-45; 10: 45-52; 11: 21-27; 12: 23-29.) Continued similarly in the succeeding years. 1948. "La Naturaleza, periódico científico de la Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural, 1869-1914." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 9 ( 1 / 2 ) : 145-174.) With an index of articles by authors, one according to subject matter, by fields of study in general, and one according to geographical areas to which reference is made. 1949. "Plantas usadas en la alimentación por los antiguos Mexicanos." (Amer. Indig. 9: 195-204, bibl.) Discussion of corn, beans, peppers, maguey, alegría and chía citing common and scientific names; a compendium of material from many sources. 1949a. "Los orígenes de la ciencia Mexicana." (Suppl. Novedades, Mar. 13, p. 6.) Mainly on Hernández. 1949b. "Grana ó cochinilla." (Novedades, June 12.) Popular article. 1949c. "Francisco Hernández—Proceres de la ciencia Mexicana III." (Novedades, 24 July 1949, p. 5.) 1949d. "25 Años de ciencias biológicas en México." ( R e v . Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 1 0 ( 1 / 4 ) : 17-26.) Autobiography, preceded by portrait, curriculum vitae, and bibliography. 1950. "Isaac Ochoterena." (Novedades, Apr. 23.) Biography. 1950a. "El panorama de la ciencia en México—La botánica." ( S u p p l . Novedades, July 23.) A quick résumé from Badianus to date. 1951. "Medio siglo de ciencia Mexicana." In (Novedades, Jan. 14, suppl.) Part IV of "Ciencias biológicas" in the series "México en la Cultura." 1951a. "El pulque." (Novedades, Aug. 19.) 1951b. "El panorama de la biológia Mexicana." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 1 2 ( 1 / 4 ) : 66-99, 11 figs., bibl.) From pre-Cortés times to the present. 1951c. "La vida de un hombre ejemplar." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 1 2 ( 1 / 4 ) : 303-318, illus.) Bio-bibliographical study of Conzatti. 1952. "Actividades científicas en Chiapas." (Novedades, 1952.)

June 15,

On the work of Faustino Miranda, in preparing a work on the vegetation of Chiapas. 1953. "Hechos salientes de la biología Mexicana en el siglo XX." (Mem. Cong. Cient. Méx. 7: 453-482.) An important historical contribution. 1953a. "Los bosques tropicales de México y su aprovechamiento." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 1 4 ( 1 / 4 ) : 35-50, 5 illus.) General discussion of the situation with regard to studies undertaken and others needed. 1953b. "Alfredo Dugés: un siglo después, 1853-1953." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 14: 157-168.) Biography, and evaluation of his contribution to Mexican science. BELTRAN, Enrique, ed. 1953c. Vida silvestre y recursos naturales a lo largo de la carretera Panamericana. México, 228 p., illus. maps; published by the Inst. Méx. Rec. Nat. Renov. One chapter by Efraím Hernández Xolocotzi is on vegetation and agriculture, and dominant plants in the various areas are mentioned, as well as the principal crops. Another chapter on forests and national parks is by Daniel F. Galicia. BELTRAN, Enrique. 1955. "Julio Riquelme Inda: cincuenta años de fecunda taréa." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 16: 79-85.) Biographical sketch. 1955a. Los recursos naturales de México. México, 125 p., bibl.—DA. Publ. by the Inst. Méx. Rec. Nat. Ren. This is subtitled I. "Estado actual de las investigaciones forestales, and contains a bibliography of publications on forest resources of Mexico" on p. 69-125. 1956. "El Virrey Revillagigedo y los bosques de San Luís Potosí." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 17: 1-4, illus.) Repr. in Temas Forestales, q.v. 1956a. "Veinte años de vida de la Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural." (Rev. Soc. Méx. Hist. Nat. 17: 17-35, illus.) 1958. El hombre y su ambiente. (México), 258 p., illus., map. A study of the Valle de México, and the biological changes that have occurred in it since the pre-conquest days. A brief discussion of the vegetation is included; plants are cited mainly by common names. The region includes the Distrito Federal, and part of Hidalgo and Tlaxcala. BELTRAN, Enrique, ed. 1959(1954). Los recursos naturales del Sureste y su aprovechamiento. México, 3 vols., maps, illus., bibl. Publ. by the Inst. Méx. Rec. Nat. Renov. The project and forthcoming publication were first announced in a pamphlet, El Sureste y sus recursos naturales, México, 1954, 14 p. The area included Belice, Petén, part of Tabasco, most of Campeche, Quintana Roo, and Yucatán. Vol. 1 by Beltrán considers the "situación, problemas y perspectivas." Vols. 2 and 3 consist of "estudios particulares." Of botanical importance are the following: vol. 2, chapter 4, by Faustino Miranda, on "Rasgos fisiográficos de interés para los estudios biológicos," and vol. 2, chapter 6, also by Miranda, entitled "Estudios acerca de la vegetación," which contains descriptions of 26 primary associations and 5 secondary associations. Chapter 7 by Roberto Villaseñor A., on "Los bosques y su explotación," is divided into "estudios forestales" de Quintana Roo, Campeche and Yucatán. Vol. 3, chapter 1, by Efraím Hernández Xolocotzi, discusses the agriculture of the area, with a catalogue of native plants, taken from Steggerda, 1941, q.v., and a catalogue of common names of types of corn in Campeche. Chapter 2 by Manuel Mesa A. is on the "cultivo del henequén." BELTRAN, Enrique, et al. 1961. Biología. México, Primer curso para secundarias, 460 p., illus. (primera ed., serie de dos tomos); Segundo curso, 381 p., illus. (décimo primera e d . ) ; Tercer curso, 362 p. (décimo ed.). Other authors include José Alcaraz, Enrique Rioja, Manuel Ruíz Oroñoz, Faustino Miranda, and Ignacio Larios.— BN Méx.



BELTRAN-continued The second course contains a detailed section on plants, emphasizing classification and morphology. The 3d course contains a section on ecology, including a discussion on plant associations. BELTRAN, Enrique. 1961a. Temas forestales. (1946-1960). México, 283 p. Prol. by Julian Rodríguez Adame.—PU-Arb. A collection of writings and speeches on the theme of forest conservation. BELTRAN, Gonzalo Aguirre. See AGUIRRE BELTRAN, Gonzalo. BELTRAN, Joseph Ignacio. 1789. Descripción topográfica del pueblo de Tochimilco." N.p., 10 lvs., I D S , M.N. Méx., Leg. 100. No. 105, Col. P. y T. BELTRAN, Luis. See SLOCUM, Mariana, 1954. BELTRAN, Román. 1940. "Un ilustré Michoacano—Don Juan José Martínez de Lejarza." (Univ. Mich. (Morelia, Mich.), Mar. 1940: 169-176.) Bio-bibliographical study. BELTRAN de SANTA MARIA, Pedro. See also PEREZ, Juan Pío, 1898. 1746. Arte del idioma Maya y semi-lexicon Yucateco. México, 14, 188 p., written in 1742. Another ed., Mérida, 242 p., 1859. BELTRAN del RIO, Carlos Aguilar. RIO, Carlos.


BELTRAN FLORES, Rigoberto. 1937. "Breve estudio de la cafeína." Morelia, 12 typed p. Thesis Univ. Michoacán, Arch. On Coffea. BELTRAN LOPEZ, Heraclio. 1937. Estudio analítico de la patata cultivada en la zona norte del país. México, 48 p.—IB Méx. Study of the chemistry and pharmaceutics of Solanum tuberosum. BELTRAN LUCHINI, Rafael G. 1923. "La Polygala senega Lin. y la Polygala scoparla H.B.K." México, 24 p. Thesis Chem., UNAM. Compares the first species, from Virginia, with the second, from Mexico, in structure, chemistry, and uses. BELTRAN QUIROZ, Enrique. 1947. "El cultivo del arroz y nuevo sistema para Cd. Juárez, 43 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Oryza.


BELTRAN y PUGA, Guillermo. See also ALTAMIRANO, F. 1897 a; VARIOUS, 1895 (1897). 1887. "Ligeras instrucciones para las expediciones ( Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 1: 73-108. )


With a brief section on plants. 1888. "Reseña de la topografía y geología de la Sierra de Guadalupe, Valle de México." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 2 : 2 5 - 9 0 . ) Repr. as a separate, México, 1889, 66 p.—NNC. With a brief section on the flora, p. 85-90, where plants are discussed according to the altitudes at which they grow, and a catalogue of plants, listed with common and scientific names. 1891. "Reseña de una excursión a la Caverna de Cacahuamilpa." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 5: 113-224.) Repr. as a separate, México, 1892, 112p. Description of the trip, with comments on the plants seen; the botany on the trip was handled by Manuel Villada and Fernando Altamirano. A profile map of the trip indicates the distribution of dominant plants. In the journal article, p. 213-218 are entitled "Noticias sobre la flora de Cacahuamilpa y plantas colectadas"; this is by F. Altamirano. Fifteen plants are listed, with a reprint of the description of a new variety of Breweria mexicana Hemsley, var. floribunda by Villada (q.v., 1891).


BELTRAN y PUGA, Vicente. 1890-1891. "La yerbamora." (Rev. Agr. 6: 133-134.) On Solanum nigrum. BELVIANES, Marcel. 1957. Exotic plants of the world. Garden City, N. Y., 154 illus., with explanatory text. Trans, by Anthony J. Huxley from Beautés de la flore exotique. BENABIDES, Juan de.

See BENAVIDES, Juan de.

BENADUCI, Lorenzo Lorenzo.





BENAVENTE, Toribio de. See also KINGSBOROUGH, Edward King, 1830-1848; (ZURITA, Alonso de (16th cent.). BENAVENTE, Toribio de (also known as Motolmia). ca. 1541. Memoriales. México, 1903, 356 p. Vol. 1 of Documentos históricos de Méjico. Written around 1541? Probably a rough draft for the later "Historia de los Indios de Nueva España," q.v. Chapters 19 and 24 consider the products used by the Indians. The rest is concerned with the behavior and practices of the Indians, and their conversion. 1541. "Historia de los Indios de la Nueva España." (Col. Doc. Hist. Méx. (ed. by Joaquín García Icazbalceta) 1: 1-249, 1858; 2: xlv-cliii (on the life of Benavente), 1866.) Part was printed earlier by Kingsborough, in vol. 9 of his Antiquities, q.v., under the title Ritos antiguos, sacrificios é idolatrías de los Indios de Nueva España. Another ed. was pubi, in Barcelona, 1914, 282 p., and still another in Mexico, 1941, 320 p., bibl. An English ed., based on the 1858 ed., and entitled History of the Indians of New Spain, was pubi, in Berkeley, 1950, trans, and ed. by Elizabeth Andros Foster. The original ms., written in 1541, is at TxU. An account of the conversion of the Indians, with 2 chapters on plant life, putting special emphasis on the maguey. BENAVIDES, Alfonso.

See LAET, Johannes de, 1625.

BENAVIDES, Felipe de J., Jr. 1939. "Contribución al estudio de tumbavaqueros." Monterrey, 28 p. Thesis Pharm. On Ipomoea stans. BENAVIDES, Gustavo Gustavo.





BENAVIDES (BENABIDES), Juan de. See ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José Maria, (1579); LA TORRE, Germán, (1579-1581); ( 1579-1581 )a. BENAVIDES, Mario Oscar. 1937. "Estudio del valor alimenticio y terapeutico del plátano." Monterrey, 32 p. Thesis Pharm. On Musa. BENAVIDES Pedro Arias de. BENEDICT, Brother Anastasius.

See ARIAS de BENAVIDES, Pedro. See AYERS, Benedict.

BENEDICT, Francis Gano, and Morris STEGGERDA. 1936. "Food of the present day Maya Indians of Yucatán." (Carnegie Inst. Wash. Pubi. 456: 155-188). Contrib. Amer. Archaeol. No. 18. With a detailed catalogue of foods, classified as maize, vegetables, non-vegetable foods, fruits, and breads. Names are given in English, Spanish, and Maya, with scientific equivalents. Medical properties of these plants are discussed and there is a section on food in colonial times. BENI, Carlo. 1882. "Notizie sopra gli indigeni di Mexico." (Arch. Antrop. 12: 1-17.) With brief references to plants used as food. 1883. "Il pulque (neutli) dei Messicani." (Arch. Antrop. 13: 13-23.) Covers history, preparation, culture, and uses.



BENITEZ MIURA, José Luís. 1950. "El Dr. Francisco Hernández." (Anu. Estud. Amer. 7:367-409.)



p. 295-297, with plants listed by common and scientific names. Appendix No. 3 lists the recommended crops.

Bio-bibliographical sketch; includes 5 letters written to Felipe II and 2 to Juan de Ovando, 1574. BENITEZ V., Eduardo. 1943. "Cultivo del henequén." Cd. Juárez, Thesis EPA. On Agave.


54 p. illus.,

BENITEZ y LEAL, Francisco. 1908. "Estudio sobre la destrucción del zacate Johnson." (Agr. Mex. 26: 56-60, 128-132.) On Holcus halepensis. BENJAMIN, Ludwig. See abo KLOTZSCH, Joh. Friedrich, 18471852. 1847. "Neue gattungen und arten der Utricularieen nebst einer neuen eintheilung der gattung Utricularia." (Linnaea 20: 299320; "berichtigung" on p. 761.) Includes from Mexico: U. andícola. BENJAMIN, Robert Spiers. 1950. "Green gold in Yucatán." (Americas 2 ( 9 ) : 12-15, illus.) Story of the activities of Alfredo Medina in developing a lumber industry in Yucatán. BENNETT, Alfred William. See also HEMSLEY, William Botting, 1878-1880. 1871. "Revision of the genus Hydrolea." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 11: 266-279, 1 pi.) 1879. "Polygalae Americanae novae vel parum cognitae." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. n.s. 8: 137-143, 168-173, 201-207.) Descriptions of 34 species, many from Mexico, with references to specific collections by numbers, distribution, and other observations. Many other species, of the 156 which are given as the total for the area, are listed briefly. BENNETT, Arthur. 1887. "A new Potamogeton." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 25: 289.) With a description of P. mexicanus from the Valley of Mexico. 1892. "Bemerkungen ueber die arten der gattung Potamogeton im herbarium des K. K. Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums." (Ann. Naturh. Hof mus. Wien 7: 285-294.) A catalogue of species, with synonymy and place of origin. P. mexicanus is one of the species cited. BENNETT, Hugh Hammond. See TREADWELL, John Clarence, et al, 1926.

BENSON, Lyman. See also ABRAMS, LeRoy, 1923-1960; BUEHRER, T. F., 1945; KEARNEY, Thomas Henry, and PEEBLES, 1942. 1940. "Taxonomic contributions." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 27: 186-190.) Includes references to species of Cercidium and Haplopappus occurring in Arizona and Mexico, together with clarification of their status. The first is in a section, "The native palo verdes of Arizona," with a key to the Arizona representatives of the genera, Cercidium and Parkinsonia, with descriptions and distribution. The second is considered in a discussion of "the name of the burro weed," which is determined to be Haplopappus tenuisectus. 1940a. "The North American subdivisions of Ranunculus." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 27: 799-807, illus.) With a key to 9 subgenera and various sections. 1940b. The cacti of Arizona. Tucson, 134 p. illus. Univ. Ariz. Bull. 4 0 ( 1 ) . With J . J . Thornber; maps by A. A. Nichol; drawings by Lucretia Brezeale Hamilton. A 2d ed. was publ. in 1950. Morphologic and taxonomic study; many Mexican plants are included. 1941. "Taxonomic studies." (Amer. Jour Bot. 2 8 ( 5 ) : 358-364, illus.) Includes in Part III, reclassification of some milkweeds from Arizona and Mexico; Gomphocarpus hypoleucus A. Gray becomes Asclepias hypoleucus, and G. palmeri A. Gray becomes A. grayi. For the earlier publication of the first change, see Woodson, 1941. 1941a. "The mesquites and screw beans of the United States." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 2 8 ( 9 ) : 348-354, illus.) With keys to sections, species and varieties. A new variety Prosopis juliflora var. torreyana extends into Mexico. 1941b. "North American Ranunculi III." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 68: 640-659.) Dealing with the sections Echinella and Epirotes; with a key to species and varieties, descriptions, and distribution. The only Mexican species is R. hebecarpus, from Baja California. 1942. "The relationship of Ranunculus to the North American floras." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 2 9 ( 7 ) : 491-500, map.) Considers first the widespread aquatic and palustrine types, and relics of ancient floras. The rest (the dominant phase of the genus) are considered according to their place in the vegetation zones (north of Mexico). Those discussed in the Sierra Madrean flora show the most relationship with Mexican plants.

BENNETT, Wendell Clark, and Robert Mowry ZINGG. 1935. The Tarahumara. Chicago, 412 p., 14 pi., 7 illus., bibl. (Univ. Chicago Publ., Anthrop. Ethnol. Ser.). With a section on the ethnobotany of the Sierra and the gorges by plant families; species are listed by common and scientific names, with uses. One chapter is on peyote; there are also references to plants in the chapter on agriculture and lumbering.

1942a. "North American Ranunculi IV." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 69: 298-316.) Discussion of the sections Flammula and Hecatonia with a key to species and varieties, descriptions, and distribution; R. hydrocharoides and its var. stolonifer are described from Mexico. The variety is cited as stoloniferus in the index. In a personal communication Dr. Benson writes, "The original spelling by Hemsley is stolonifer. The amendment to stoloniferus in the Index Kewensis has been taken up by some."

BENNETT, Wendell C. 1937. "The playful Tarahumares." (Mex. Life 1 3 ( 7 ) : 25, 26, 55-58.) On their games, with references to plants used by runners. 1947. "Peyote." (Mex. Life 2 3 ( 3 ) : 23-24, 55.) Popular article.

1942b. "North American Ranunculi V." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 69: 373-386.) Reproduces the key to the subgenera and sections previously published in the Amer. Jour. Bot., q.v., followed by descriptions of species with distribution. Mexican material includes: R. cymbalaria var. saximontanus.

BENOT, J. 1899, 1900. "Las yucas (sic)." (Rev. Agr. 15: 118-119.)


1942c. "Notes on the flora of Arizona." (Torreya 42: 9-11.) On Haplophyton cimicidum A.DC. var. crooksii var. nov., with references to plants from Mexico that seem intermediate between the variety and the typical form; a report is given also of the first appearance of Triodia eragrostoides in Arizona. The Haplophyton variety was later raised to specific rank; see (Amer. Jour. Bot. 30: 630, 1943).

1935. "Agroecological exploration in the Soto la Marina region, México (Tamaulipas)." (Geogr. Rev. 25: 285-297, illus., map.) Plant formations are discussed in detail in Appendix 2,

1943. "Revisions of status of southwest desert trees and shrubs." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 0 ( 3 ) : 230-240, ( 8 ) : 630-632.) Includes several species reduced to varieties, which range into Mexico; also several new combinations are described.

On the genus Yucca. BENSCOE, Matt O. 1929. "Peniocereus gregii (sic)." 1 ( 4 ) : 12, 17, illus.) The common name is






BENSIN, Basil Mitrofanovich.




BENSON-continued 1944. "A revision of some Arizona Cactaceae." (Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. IV, 2 5 ( 1 0 ) : 245-268, illus.) Description of species, with habitat, distribution, and type collections; many extend into Mexico.

tributions to that work, as well as from the Bot. Reg. Synopsis. A grand mixture!" 1832-1836. Labiatarum genera et species. London, 783 p. Descriptions of genera and species with general history, characteristics, affinities, and distribution. 1834. "Report on some of the more remarkable hardy ornamental plants raised in the Horticultural Society's garden, from seeds received from Mr. David Douglas in the years 1831, 1832, 1833." (Trans. Hort. S oc., II, 1:403-13, 1831-1835 (read in 1834). Repr. as "Rapport sur quelques unes des plantes" in (Ann. Sci. Nat. II, 2: 80-84, 1834).

BENSON, Lyman, and Robert A. DARROW. 1945. The trees and shrubs of the southwestern deserts. Tucson, 1954, 2d ed., 437 p., 84 figs. incl. maps, 34 pi.; drawings are by Lucretia Breazeale Hamilton. The 1st ed., publ. in 1945, was called A manual of southwestern desert trees and shrubs. Includes a general discussion of the vegetation, keys, descriptions, and distribution maps. Plants range into Mexico b u t distribution maps stop at the border. BENSON, Lyman. 1948. "The identity of Ranunculus uncinatus." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 39: 761, 1948.) Clarification of R. uncinatus D. Don, based upon a Mocino collection from "Mexico," b u t almost certainly actually from Alaska, which was visited by Mocino. 1948a. "A treatise on the North American Ranunculi." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 4 0 ( 1 ) : 1-261.) A supp., q.v., was publ. in 1954. A discussion of geographic distribution, by natural vegetation areas of North America; Mexican species are included in the Sierra Madrean region — southwestern oak — woodland chaparral and juniper-pinyon woodland. A key is given to the subgenera, sections, and species with descriptions and distribution. Seven species are described from Mexico with many new varieties. 1953. "Relationships of the Ranunculi of the Continental Divide and of the Pacific and Eastern forests of North America." (Proc. 7th Int. Bot. Cong. Stockholm, p. 862-863.) Includes a discussion of the relationships of species of the section Epirotes, occurring in the Sierra Madre Occidental. 1954. "Supplement to a treatise on the North American Ranunctdi." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 5 2 ( 2 ) : 328-369.) With a section discussing the inter-relationships of the Mexican and Central American Ranunctdi. The bulk of the article is concerned with nomenclatural changes, descriptions of new species (none from Mexico), additional synonyms, and citations of collections.

Includes descriptions of new species (from California) in Platystemon, Platystigma, Dendromecon, Eschscholtzia, Meconopsis, Lupinus, Calochortus, Cyclobothra, and Triteleia. 1835. "A synopsis of the Gerardieae, a tribe of Scrophulariaceae." (Comp. Bot. Mag. 1: 198-212, 1 pi.) Repr. as "Synopsis des Gerardiées," in (Ann. Sci. Nat. II, 6: 225-242, 1836). With a key, and descriptions, of genera and species. Many Mexican species are included. There is a discussion of Gerardia dasyantha from Mexico, and of Lyncea which is moved into Melasma. 1835a. "Synopsis of the Buchnereae, a tribe of the Scrophulariaceae." (Comp. Bot. Mag. 1: 356-384, illus.) A taxonomic review with description and localities. B. elongata Sw. var. pilosa Schlecht. and B. americana L. are cited from Mexico. 1835b. "Review of the order of Hydrophylleae." (Trans. Linn. Soc. Lond. 17:267-282.) General discussion of the characters of the various genera followed by a systematic arrangement and a description of the genera and species. Eutoca mexicana and Phacelia circinata are cited from Mexico. 1835c. Scrophulinearum revisio. London, 6 p. This was printed first in the same year, in (Bot. Reg. 21, following pi. 1770.) It was publ. without a title, but a note from Lindley refers to it as "revision of the whole of the genera of the natural order to which Pentstemon belongs." A French version, "Caractères des tribus et des genres de la famille des Scrophularinées," was publ. in (Ann. Sci. Nat. II, 4: 178-188, 1835). With a key to the genera. 1836. "Observations on some new or little known genera and species of Scrophulariaceae." (Comp. Bot. Mag. 2:53-60.) Includes Herpestis vandellioides and H. callitrichoides from Mexico. ( 1836? 1837?) "Note upon a newly introduced half-hardy species of Salvia, called Salvia patens." ( Trans. Hort. Soc. London II, 2: 222-224, col. pi. Trans, into German as "Bemerkung ueber die erst kuerzlich eingefuehrte Salvia patens" in Allg. Gart. Zeitg. 7: 243-244, 1839.) With a description and a review of its botanical history. 1836a. "Observations on the genus Hosackia and the American Loti." (Trans. Linn. Soc. London 17: 363-368.) With a synopsis of species of Hosackia and Microlotus, including H. mexicana n. sp. 1837. "De Leguminosarum generibus commentationes." (Ann. Wien Mus. Natur. 2: 63-142.) Publ. first in Vienna, 78 p., 1837 as Commentationes de Leguminosarum generibus. Survey of the family with descriptions of new genera and species, mainly from Brazil and Australia. Mexican species include: Galactia marginalis, G. brachystachys, and Phaseolus macropus. The publication date of the journal listed above is variously cited as 1839, 40 and 41. 1839-1857. Plantae Hartwegianae. London, 393 p. (Listed in the Brit. Mus. Cat. as Plantas Hartwegianas from another title page. ) A study of the plants collected by Theodore Hartweg for the Horticultural Society of London; only new species are described. Pages 5-112 (issued 1839-1842) and 285-294 (issued 1848) are on Mexico; the rest are for South America and California. Some collections of G. J. Graham from Mexico are also included. Some descriptions are by other botanists: cf. orchids by Lindley, other groups by Nees, Herbert.

BENSON, Nettie Lee. See also BARRIOS, Juan de, 1607; H E R N ANDEZ, Francisco, (1570-1575). 1954a. "The ill-fated works of Francisco Hernandez." ( U n i v . Tex. Libr. Chron. 5 ( 1 ) : 17-27, illus.) The story of his expedition, his manuscripts and publications, as well as references to the works of others who made use of his findings. Included is a list of publications dealing with Hernandez and his activities. BENTHAM, George. See also BURBIDGE, Frederick William, 1885; GRAY, Asa, 1850, 1853; GRISEBACH, August, 1846, 1849; HARTWEG, Theodore, 1840; HINDS, Richard Brinsley, ed., 1844-1846; IRWIN, H. S. and TURNER, B. L„ 1960; LINDLEY, John, 1830; OERSTED, A. S., 1852; 1852a; VILLADA, Manuel, 1878, 1894, 1896; ANONYMOUS, 1886. 1829-1830. "Synopsis generum Labiatarum." (Bot. Reg. 15: unnumb. p. following pi. 1282, 1289, 1292, 1300.) The article is untitled, but it is referred to in notes by John Lindley as descriptions of the "characters of the genera of Labiatae." A version was publ. with the tide cited above in (Bull. Bot. 8:195-214, 233-255). This is described (in personal communication from H. W . Rickett) as starting out "as a much abbreviated version of Bentham's synopsis, merely listing the genera, without descriptions, and omitting all species. In spite of the title, it cannot be regarded as Bentham's work, b u t that of Seringe. The second article repeats many of Bentham's words, but adds references to "le grand ouvrage de M. Wallich' and to Bentham, in 'Wall. PI. Asiat. rar. fasc. 2.' Also interspersed are many of Seringe's own comments, referring to Bentham in the third person. All this work is therefore to be ascribed to Seringe, not to Bentham. Reference to Wallich, PI. Asiat. shows that Springe drew his descriptions largely from Bentham's con-




"Primeras divisiones de la familia de las Compuestas" was published in (Bol.Agr. 3 ( 1 / 2 ) : 53-58, 1917).

1841. "On the genus Harpalyce." (Jour. Bot. 3: 208-211, illus.) Adds additional material to the description of the Mociño and Sessé genus as published in the De Candolle Prodromus, and discusses the illustrations of Mexican plants. 1842-1846. "Notes on Mimoseae." (Jour. Bot. 4: 323-418.) Cont. in (London Jour. Bot. 1 : 3 1 8 - 3 9 2 , 494-528, 1842; 3 : 8 2 - 1 1 2 , 195-226, 1844; 4: 577-622, 1845; 5: 75-108, 1846.) A detailed taxonomic treatment with descriptions and distribution data; also a synopsis of species, with descriptions and localities.

BENTHAM, George. 1865. "On the genera, Sweetia Sprengel and Glycine L." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 8: 259-267.) Includes a description of Teramnus uncinatus Sw. from Mexico. 1869. "Some notes on Myrtaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 10: 101-166.) A detailed study on the morphology and taxonomy. 1869a. "Revision of the genus Cassia." ( Trans. Linn. Soc. London 27: 503-591, 4 pi.) Includes the history, geographic distribution and taxonomy, with descriptions of species arranged in systematic order, synonymy, and habitat. A special listing is provided of identifications for Mexican collections of Andrieux, Berlandier, Botteri, and Jurgensen. 1873. "Notes on the classification, history, and geographical distribution of Compositae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 13: 335577, 4 pi.)

BENTHAM, George, and A. S. O E R S T E D . 1853. "Leguminosae Centroamericanae." (Vid. Medd. Nat. Forert. Koebenhavn 1 / 2 : 1-19) Systematic review with descriptions of new species. 1853a. "Scrophularineae Centroamericanae." ( Vid. Medd. Nat. F oren. Koebenhavn 1/2: 20-31.) Includes Buddleia. 1853b. "Labiatae Centroamericanae." (Vid. Medd. Nat. Foren. Koebenhavn 1 / 2 : 32-41.) Systematic review with descriptions of new species.

With tables to show the connections between geographic areas, and the numbers of Compositae in several American areas; also a special discussion of Compositae in the Mexican region.

BENTHAM, George. (1856.) "Notes on Loganiaceae." (Jour. Linn. S oc. London 1: 52114, 1857 (read in 1856). Trans, by B. Seemann as "Bermerkungen ueber Loganiaceen" and pubi, in (Bonplandia 4: 229237, 266-275, 355-356, 1856). A detailed systematic study with a Generimi Loganiacearum synopsis, and descriptions of the genera and species. Comments are included on Bureau's De la famille des Loganiacées, q.v. 1858. "Synopsis of the genus Clitoria." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 2: 33-44.) Detailed taxonomic study with considerable discussion of plants found to be common to North American and Asian regions; includes Clitoria acuminata Wall, and C. mariana L. from Mexico, as illustrations of the similarity mentioned above. Additional Mexican species described are C. mexicana Link and C. polystachya Bentham. 1860. "A synopsis of the Dalbergieae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 4, Supp.: 1-134.) Detailed study of taxonomy and distribution.

1875. "Revision of the suborder Mimoseae." ( Trans. Linn. Soc. London 30: 335-664, 5 pi.) A detailed discussion of distribution with charts on "the representative Mimoseae in the two hemispheres," on the distribution of "such natural generic or subgeneric groups as are found in both hemispheres," and a summary of distribution of tribes and subgenera by world regions. A conspectus generum is included with descriptions of species; also a catalogue of identifications for collections from Mexico of Andrieux, and Berlandier. 1877. "Notes on the gamopetalous orders belonging to the campanulaceous and oleaceous groups." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 15: 1-16.) General systematic discussion of the groups. 1880. "Notes on Euphorbiaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 267.)

History, nomenclature, systematic arrangement, origin, and geographical distribution.

1861. "Notes on Menispermaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 5 (Suppl. 2 ) ; 45-52.) Refers Hyperbaena mexicana to H. reticulata. 1861a. "Notes on Tiliaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 5 (Suppl. 2 ) : 52-74.) With a synopsis of genera. 1861b. "Notes on Bixaceae and Samydaceae." (Jour. don 5(Suppl. 2 ) . 75-94.)

Linn. Soc.


Notes on Orchideae. (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 1 8 : 2 8 1 - 3 6 0 . ) Conspectus of tribes and detailed discussion of various genera, with occasional references to species. 1881a. "Notes on Cyperaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 18: 360367.) With a special reference to Lestiboudis' Essai sur la famille des Cyperacées q.v., Paris, 1819 (based on a ms. of Beauvois). Gives the history and a critique of work on the group, and divides the family into tribes.


With synopses of tribes and genera. Lindackeria laurina is changed to Mayna laurina. Bañara dioica is described as a new species from Veracruz.

1882. "Notes on Gramineae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 19: 14-134.) Includes criticism of the work of Fournier on Mexican grasses, q.v., and discusses classification of grasses down to genera, with descriptions and distribution.

1862. "Notes on Caryophyllaceae, Portulacaceae and some allied orders." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 6: 55-77.) Discussion on the taxonomy of the groups and their relationships.

B E N T L E Y , Robert and Henry TRIMEN. (1876-1880). Medicinal plants. London, 4 vols., illus.; plates by D. Blair (see Notes R. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh, April 1953, p. 157). —PPAmP. Gives description of 305 plants with characters, properties, habitat, and uses. A color illustration of each plant is included.

1862a. "Notes on Malvaceae and Sterculiaceae." (Jour. Linn. Soc. London 6: 97-123; resumé, trans, by E . F. (Eugène Fournier ?), in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 9: 306-310, 1862). With an enumeration of tribes and genera, reducing some tribes of Gray to subtribes; followed by brief descriptions of each genus.

BENZONI, Girolamo. 1565. History of the New World. London, 1587, 280 p., 18 illus., trans, and ed. by William Henry Smyth(e) (Smith). The original was publ. in Venice, 1565, as La historia del Mondo Nuovo; trans, also by Urbain Chauveton in De Bry's America, pars quatuor, q.v., Frankfort am Main, 1554. An excerpt was publ. in the 1625 ed. of Purchas, q.v., with the author cited as Jerom Benzos. Contains references to plants, and illustrations of common fruits.

BENTHAM, George, and Joseph Dalton HOOKER. 1862-1883. Genera plantarum.

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London, 3 vols.

For more precise data on publication dates, see William T. Steam, "Bentham and Hooker's Genera plantarum: its history and dates of publication." (Jour. Soc. Bibl. Nat. Hist. 3 ( 3 ) : 127-132, 1956). Authorship of the accounts of various families is also indicated. An excerpt from the Genera Plantarum, translated from the Latin by Román Ramírez as




See BENZONI, Girolamo.

BEQUAERT, Joseph Charles Corneille. Cheever, et al, 1933.


1854? "Revisio Myrtacearum Americae." ( L i n n a e a 27: 1-472.) The actual dates of publication, according to Urban (see Bot. Jahrb. 1 9 : 5 6 2 , 1894), were 1855-1856. It was pubi, also as a separate, Halle, 1855, 472 p. — MH. For additional data on the publication of this work, see McVaugh ( T a x o n 5 ( 6 ) : 134-135, 1956.)


BERCAW, Louise Oldham. 1940. Corn in the development of the civilization of the Americas. Washington, U.S.D.A., Bur. Agr. Econ., Agr. Econ. Bibl. # 8 7 , 195 typed p. More than a bibliography; with excerpts from many of the works cited.

This is part of Klotzsch's Flora Americae Aequinoctialis. Additions were published as follows: "Mantissa prima" ( L i n naea 2 9 : 2 0 7 - 2 6 4 , 1857-1858); "Mantissa I I " ( 3 0 : 6 4 7 - 7 1 3 , 1859-1860); "Mantissa I I I " ( 3 1 : 2 4 7 - 2 6 2 , 1861-1862.) Leon cites the work as Ad Myrtacearum Americanarum Aequinoxialium recisionem (revisionem?). Mantissae, Tressinum, 18581862.

BERCHTOLD, Friedrich, graf von. 1842. Die kartoffeln. Prag, 573 p., bibl. Also as vol. 3, abth. 2, Oekonomisch — technische flora Boehmens, 1943. A detailed work covering the history, culture, chemical analysis, and uses of Solanum tuberosum, particularly in industry.

1856. "Ueber die bis jetzt bekannten arten der gattung Krameria und die im handel befindlichen ratanhawurzelen." (Bot. Zeitg. 14: 745, 761, 777, 793, 1 pl.) Description and distribution of 24 species including Radix ratanhae texensis (K. secundiflora DC.), which extends into Mexico. 1860. "Ueber anacahuiteholz." (Pharm. Zeitg. (Bunzlau) 5 ( 4 2 ) : 182.) Also in (Bonplandia 8: 302-303, 1860, and Vierteljahresschrift Prak. Pharm. 10: 241-244, 1861). A detailed study of the wood structure with ways to distinguish it from a substitute, which is similar to Lignum nephriticum, and which is also described. 1861. "Mexicanische sarsaparille aus Manzanilla. ( s i c ) . " (Flora 44: 373-376, 1 pl.)

B E R D E J A , Rafael Rodriguez. See RODRIGUEZ B E R D E J A , Rafael. B E R E , F. 1895. Les tabacs. Paris, 275 p. - NN. With a brief section on the history of the plant and its botany. BEREA, Isabel A. Escobar.


B E R E N D T , G. 1859. "Plantas exóticas para Yucatán." ( M e j . Mat. 12: 457-462.) Discusses abaca, Musa textilis, Boehmeria, and Sorghum saccharatum. The author is a German doctor who was living in Veracruz in 1858.

The description compares it with sarsaparille from the east coast; the taxonomy of the species is also discussed.

BERENDT, Karl Herman (also as Carl or Carlos). See also BRINTON, Daniel Garrison, 1888; MONTEJANO y AGUINAGA, Rafael, 1960; MORAN, Francisco, 1935; PEREZ, Juan Pio, 1866-1877, 1870; TAPIA CENTENO, Carlos de, 1767; W O E I K O F , Alex., 1879; ANONYMOUS, 1696; ANONYMOUS, 1793; ANONYMOUS, 1870a.; ANONYMOUS, 19th Cent. k.

BERG, Rolf Y. 1960. "Ovary, ovule, and endosperm of Calochortus amabilis." (Nytt Mag. Bot. 8: 189-206, 19 figs., bibl.) With remarks on the taxonomic position of Calochortus, proposing to put it in the Melanthioideae, as a subtribe in the Calochorteae, near Uvularieae or Tricyrteae.

1862. "Vocabulario de da lengua Zoque de Tapijulapa." San Juan Bautista, m s , 13 p. - PU-Mu. Words were supplied by Onecífero Mendoza.

B E R G E N , Heinrich von. 1826. Versuch einer monographie der china. Hamburg, 348 p. 8 pl., bibl.-PPCP. On the different species of quinine, Cinchona, with descriptions, habitat, and common and scientific names. A list is also provided of plants (common and scientific names), used in other parts of the world against malaria. An excerpt, entitled, "Ueber die Chinarinden," was published in (Arch. Pharm. 19: 125-136, 193-212, 1826). A list of species of Exostemma is also included.

1867. "Vocabulario de la lengua Pocomán." New York, 14 p. Ms. at PU-Mu. Compilation of words published by Thomas Gage and Karl von Scherzer. The language is really (according to some) Pokomchi or Poconchi. n.d. (after 1867.) "Diccionario Español-Huasteco." N. p., 84 p. Ms. at PU-Mu. This includes a map by Berendt, of the Huaxteca region in 1867; also a list of place names in San Luís Potosí and a Nahuatl-Huasteca vocabulary.

1827. "Ueber die copalchi rinde." (Arch. Pharm. 23: 130-135.) With a description, including odor, taste, and some chemical analysis, of the bark of Croton sp. B E R G E R , Alwin. See also ANDERSON, Edward F., 1960; ROTHER, Wilhelm Otto, 1902; W A L T H E R , Eric, 1931. 1898. "Agaven." (Gartenwelt 2: 577-579, 591-595, 603-605, illus.). Description of a plant introduced from Mexico in 1820. 1903. "Opuntias." (Gard. Chron. I l l , 34: 89-93, illus.) Morphology, keys to sections, and descriptions of the species with their distribution.

1870. Apuntes sobre la lengua Chaneabel. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, 6 p., 19 lvs. - PU-Mu. Introduction of 6 p.; then vocabulary on leaves 7-25. 1872. " E l cultivo del ramie." (Cultivador 1: 233-237, 250-255.) On Boehmeria nivea. B E R E N D T , O. 1884. "Einiges ueber Agaven." (Deut. Gaert. Zeitg. 8: 137-138.) List, and descriptions, of ten Agaves outstanding for culture.

1904. "Agave polyacantha 153, illus. )

B E R E N G U E R , Francisco Xavier Balmis y. See BALMIS Y B E R E N GUER, Francisco Xavier.


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Description of a plant introduced from Mexico in 1820.

B E R E N S , Reinhold. 1770. "Dissertatio inauguralis botanica de Dracone arbore Clusii." Goettingen, 52 p. 4 pi. The copy seen at OCL contained only one pi. On Dracaena arbórea. BERG, Alexander. 1840. "Beschreibung einiger neuen Cacteen." (Allg. Gart. 8 : 129-131.) Includes descriptions of 8 species from Mexico.

Haw." (Monatssch.

1905. "A systematic revision of the genus Cereus Mill." ( 1 6 Ann. Rep. Missouri Bot. Gard.: 56-86, 12 pi.) Résumé by C. K. Schneider in (Bot. Jahresb. 3 3 ( 2 ) : 430-435; another by Max Guerke in Monatsch. Kakteenk. 16: 67-71, 83-86, 1906) Synopis and descriptions of sub genera, and lists and brief descriptions of species, with distribution.


1905a. "Beitraege zur kenntnis der Opuntien." (Bot. Jahrb. 4 5 7 ) ; detailed resumé by M. Guerke in (Monatsch. 17: 129-132, 1907.)

BERG, Otto (Karl). See also BÜCHNER, A., 1861; KLOTZSCH, Joh. Friedrich, 1847-1852.

36: 443Kakteenk.

Suggested classification into subgenera and sections, with a discussion of 15 species, mainly those that have bloomed at


BERGER La Mortola. New species are described but with original habitat of all given as unknown. 1905b. "Opuntia ficus-indica Mill." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 15: 153154.) Mainly on its distribution as a cultivated plant along the Mediterranean. 1906. "Beschomeria pubescens Berger n. sp." (Gard. Chron. 111,40: 350-351, fig. 138, 1906; repr. in Monatsch. Kakteenk. 17: 1-3, 1907; and in Rep. Nov. Spec. Reg. Veg. 3: 335-336, 1907.) The locality is cited as Mexico(?). 1906a. "Opuntia tomentosa Salm-Dyck." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 16: 120-123, illus.) Description of the plant, with habitat cited as: "sie kommt vielleicht aus Zentralamerika, vielleicht auch aus Mexiko." 1907. "Opuntia gosseliniana Web." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 17: 68-71, illus.) Photograph by J. A. Purpus; with description and habitat. 1907a. Sukkulente Euphorbien. Stuttgart, 135 p., 32 figs., bibl.-DA. Detailed descriptions with keys; includes Mexican species. An excerpt entitled "Neue arten sukkulenter Euphorbien" was published in (Rep. Nov. Spec. Reg. Veg. 8:84-89, 1910). This includes a description of Euphorbia pteroneura "vielleicht aus Mexiko." 1908. Mesembrianthemum und Portulacaceen. Stuttgart, 328 p., illus., bibl.—DA. The first genus is taken up under the heading, Aizoaceae— Ficoideae — Mesembrianthemeae, with the history, geographic distribution, morphology, taxonomy, keys to sections and species, descriptions, and bibliographical references. 1911. "New or noteworthy plants." (Gard. Chron. Ill, 50: 82.) Description of Senecio prainianus collected by Purpus in the barrancas above Veracruz. Signed A. B. 1911a. "Furcraea longaeva Zucc. and F. bedinghausii C. Koch." (Monatssch. Kakteenk. 21:42-43.) History, description, and culture. 1913. "Eine neue Agave." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 12: 503.) A. vümoriniana from Mexico. 1915. Die Agaven. Jena, 1915, 228 p., 79 illus., 2 maps.-DA. Introduction covers structure, history, and uses. The monograph proper contains keys to subgenera, sections etc. with detailed description of species. 1916. "Einige bemerckungen ueber Agaven." (Gartenwelt 20(7): 73-78, illus.) With reference to earlier articles published in 1898, q.v. 1916a. "Die Washingtonien." (Gartenwelt 2 0 ( 4 6 ) : 547-550, illus.) An interesting article on the history of the plant, with descriptions and distribution. 1925. "A new genus of Cactaceae." (Gard. Chron. Ill, 77: 414-416, illus.) Repr. in (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sei. 15: 43-48, illus., 1925). Roseocactus, its history, synonymy, taxonomy, and distribution. Three species: H. fissurata (Mammillaria fissuratus Engelm.), R. lloydii (Ariocarpus lloydii Rose) and R. kotschoubeyanus (Anhalonium L.) are included. 1928. "Die gattung Obregonia Fric." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 184-185.) Description, in Latin, of the genus, with O. denegrii n. sp. described from Tamaulipas. 1929. Kakteen. Stuttgart, 346 p., 105 figs., bibl. History, distribution, uses, culture, and taxonomy. BERGER, Julius. 1861. "Die pracht-gilgen-H(/menocallis: eine monographische skizze." (Woch. Ver. Bef. Gart. 4: 9-14, 23-24, 27-31.) Description of 30 species with place of origin. BERGER, Marie Gaston. 1919. "Etude organographique anatomique et pharmacologique de la famille des Turneracees." Lille, 268 p., illus., 53 pi., bibl. Thesis. DNLM. Includes also data on the history, distribution, and classification of the family. In uses, the emphasis is on damiana, Tur-

BERLANDIER nera. A study of Aplopappus discoideas (Bigelovia (sic), for veneta), used as a substitute, is included.


BERGER, WALTER. 1953. "Studien zur systematik und geschichte der gattung Carpinus." (Bot. Not. 1-47, maps, illus., bibl.) "Einordnung der rezenten und fossilen Carpinus-arten in formen gruppe auf grund der gestalt ihrer fruchtbecher." Maps show distribution, past and present, with C. caroliniana located in Mexico. BERGHAUS, Heinrich Karl Wilhelm. See DRUDE, Oscar, 1887; WISLIZENUS, A„ 1850. BERGHE, Maximilien Vanden. See VANDEN-BERGHE, Maximilien. BERGHES, Charles de. See EGLOFFSTEIN, F. W., 1864. BERGMAN, Ernest. 1886. "Réléve monographique des Anthurium aujourd'hui connus." (Jour. Soc. Nat. Hort. III, 8: 83-96. Repr. as "Gli Anthurium oggi conosciuti." in Bull. Soc. Tosc. OH. 11: 203-213, 1886.) An alphabetical listing, with descriptions and place of origin. BERGMAN, Herbert Floyd. 1921. "Intra-ovarial fruits in Carica papaya." (Bot. Gaz. 72: 97-101, illus.) 1925. "An unusual intra-ovarial fruit in Carica papaya." (Bot. Gaz. 79: 222-223, illus.) BERGMAN, Manuel Cid y. See CID y BERGMAN, Manuel. BERGNER, Anna Dorothy, (also as Dorothy) 1943. "Geographical distribution of chromosomal types in Datura metel." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 0 ( 3 ) : 222-230, maps, illus.) One type is cited from Oaxaca and two from Yucatán. 1943a. "Chromosomal interchange among six species of Datura in nature." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 0 ( 6 ) : 431-440.) With a table listing chromosome types, including 3 species from 6 localities in Mexico. 1944. "Guayule plants with low chromosome numbers." (Science 99: 224-225.) A study of plants from Durango with 36-39 chromosomes, comparing their morphological characters with those of some 36 chromosome plants from Texas. BERGNER, Dorothy. See BERGNER, Anna Dorothy. BERGSTROM, Gunde. (1930). From Nature's treasure chest. Cincinnati, 11 pamphlets, illus. Publ. by Penrod, Jurden, Clark and Co. Pamphlet No. 3 includes information on Tabebuia; No. 7 on Dalbergia; and No. 11 on Peltogyne. The material in pamphlet No. 7 was reprinted as "Woods from the American tropics," in (Furn. Mfr. 4 0 ( 5 ) : 45-47, 84, 1930). BERINGER, George M. 1892. "Some commercial vanillas." (Amer. Jour. Pharm. 64: 283294, illus.) Repr. in (Pharm. Jour. Trans. 52: 9-11, 1892 and in Kew Bull. Misc. Inf. 69 ( 264): 212-215, 1892). With a section on Mexican vanillas and on vanillons (wild vanillas). BERINGER, Kurt. 1927. Der meskalinrausch. Berlin, 315 p., illus. On the botany, chemistry and history of peyote; emphasis on experiments with users of the drug.

with the

BERKY, L. de 1927. Kurze beschreibung ueber Mexico. México, 48 p., illus.— SH Méx. Copy seen was incomplete; p. 4-50 missing. BERLANDIER, Jean Louis (also as Jean Luis or Luis). See also CERVANTES, Vincente Julian, 1827; RIVERA y VILLALON, Pedro de, 1736. n.d. "Botanica—Descripciones." N. p., ca. 750 p., illus., with some specimens in small folders. Ms. at MH—G. Arranged alphabetically by families, with descriptions in Latin, common names, habitat, notes on uses, and references to drawings, plates, and herbarium material. The last 100



1834. "Voyage de Matamoros à Goliad, Bexar, Rio Grande. . . ." N.p., ms., 2 parts.—CtY. No. 1, 20 p. in French, Apr. 18, 1834. No. 2, 21 p. in French, map, n.d.; covers trip just from Bexar to Rio Grande. Both parts are incomplete; but contain some references to plants. (after 1840). "Gazetteer of Mexico." N.p., ms. 17 vols.—CtY. Towns are listed alphabetically with location and productions; in French, except for material copied from official reports, which is in Spanish. 1846. "De Tula á Los Borregos." N.p., ms., 20 lvs.-DSI. A journal with many itineraries and maps, covering travels from Dec. 6 to Dec. 31; continuing from los Borregos to San Luís Potosí, to Coahuila, to Nuevo León. It is written first in French, then in Spanish; the back pages are upside down. After a section on animals, there are 4 lvs. in French describing plants in the Matamoros area.

BERLANDIER—continued pages are on miscellaneous material, with descriptions of unidentified plants, classified according to the Linnaean system. Included, also, are some notes, in French, on native beverages, (n.d. )a. "Botánica—Notes pour servir à la matière médicale de la flore Mexicaine." N.p., ms., 39 folded p. (some blank).—DSI. Notes on miscellaneous plants with common and scientific names, habit, and uses; in French, Spanish and Latin. (n.d.)b. "Catálogo de los dibujos." N. p., 10 p. Ms. No. 13.-DSI. The catalogue is in Spanish, (n.d.)c. "Catalogue de mes collections d'histoire naturelle." N.p., ms., 4 lvs.—DSI. Mainly on plants, by numbers, as arranged in boxes, (n.d.)d. "Catalogues—dessins, paintings." N. p., 10, 3 lvs.—Ms. No. 13, DSml. In English, French, and Latin; the last 3 lvs. are "views." (n.d.)e. "Des plantes usuelles chez les Indiens du Mexique." Ms. 11 p . - M H - G . Gives common and scientific names of the plants, and notes on their uses. (n.d.)f. Gramíneas de los contornos de México. N. p., ca 380 p. Probably copied, in part, by Berlandier from a ms. cited by León, in his Biblioteca Botañico-Mexicana under Cervantes, Vicente as "Agrostographia Mexicana sive enumeratio Graminum, Juncorum et Cyperorum in Valle Mexicana et in montibus collibusque Mexico vicinis crescentium."—MH-G. The copy is limited to descriptions of grasses, in Latin, arranged alphabetically from Agrostis to Trochalanthus, with notes on habitat and flowering time. ( n.d. ) g. "Histoire naturelle des plantes employées dans la matière médicale, les arts, etc. des Mexicains anciens et modernes." N.p., 3 p., followed by ca. 450 p.—ms. at MH. The first part is a list of plants with common and scientific names. The second part is a catalogue of plants listed alphabetically by families, with Latin descriptions and notes in French. Notes include habitat, time of flowering, uses, and common names. Included are some plants from a ms. of Cervantes. (n.d.)h. "Vocabulario de las plantas medicinales." N.p., ms., 40 Ivs. and a duplicate of 37 lvs.—DSI. Alphabetically arranged by common names, with scientific names in Spanish and Latin. Not all are Mexican plants. 1826. "Mémoires sur la famille des Grossulariées." ( Mem. Soc. Phys. Hist. Nat. 3 ( 2 ) : 45-60, 3 pl.) The ms. of this work is at the Gray Herbarium, Harvard. The work was revised for publication in the Prodromus, q.v., 2 years later. Covers history, morphology, geographic distribution, uses, and affinities. The genus is divided into 4 sections with lists of species in each, n.d.(after 1826). "Voyage au Mexique année 1826." N.p., ms., 187 Ivs.-CtY. Followed by report of a visit to areas near Tampico, with notes on plants seen; a note in the book states this is probably the first copy, and that DLC has a later copy. 1827? Expeditions—Résumé des envois, 1827. N.p., 12 pamphlets and one résumé.—DSml. (1827)a. "Geógraphie botanique." N.p., 2 p.—CtY. (Wagner Texas Midwest Collect., G Ziii, 46 n. ) Includes a description of the botanical and agricultural aspects of the region seen on a trip from Mexico to San Luis Potosí, in December 1827. ( 1827?)b. "Icones ineditas."-MH-G. This collection consists of drawings labeled: Botanique No. 1, 10 pl.. 24 sp., 12 pl., 16 pl.; No. 2, 10 pl., 16 sp.; No. 3, 10 pl., 10 sp.; No. 4, 10 pl., 10 sp.; No. 5, 10 pl., 12 sp.; No. 6, 10 pl., 10 sp.; No. 7, 10 pi, 11 sp.; No. 8, 7 pi. incomp.; No. 9, 8 pl.; No. 10, 22 pi. misc. It is bound under the title, Ribes, Figures. (ca. 1828?) "Notes on natural history." Ms. at DSI, No. 10, n. p., 33 lvs. Written in Latin, French, and Spanish. Taken from his "Voyage au Mexique années 1826, 1827." Eleven of the leaves are on plants, identified only as to family.

BERLANDIER, Luís, y Rafael CHOVEL. 1850. Diario de viaje de la Comisión de Límites, México, 298 p. The original ms. of Berlandier's contribution, entitled Memorias de la Comisión de Límites a las órdenes del Gral. Manuel de Mier y Terán, Matamoros de las Tamaulipas, June 20, 1832, 16 p., is at the MH-G. It was first printed in (Mos. Mex. 4: 418-422, 1840) under the heading "Espedición científica del Gral. Terán a Tejas; Botánica del Departamento de Tamaulipas," and repr. in (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. 5: 125129, 1857.) In the Diario, Berlandier's work is on p. 292-298; it contains descriptions of 4 new genera and 11 new species. For a discussion of the validity of these names, with suggested changes, see Johnston, I. M., Contr. Gray Herb. 70: 87-90, 1924. There are also many references to plants throughout the text of the Diario. For manuscripts referring to the Diario, by Terán and Chovel(?), see Mier y Teran, Manuel, n.d. BERLANDIER, Jean Luis. n.d. (after 1850). "Journal." N.P., ms., pages given below.—MH-G. Covers the period from Apr. 1830 to Feb. 1831, part of 1845, and from 1849 to 1850; covers the area from Monterrey to Matamoros and from there to Tampico; some sections originally in Spanish, are duplicated in French; others originally in French, are duplicated and extended in Spanish. Items included are: 1. Small books, 132 p., in French, but labeled in English; Matamoros to Monterrey and return, ( April, 1830 ) ; and Matamoros to Tampico and San Fernando, (Oct. 1830 to Feb. 1831). 2. "Voyage pour reconnoitre les principaux points de l'état de Tamaulipas," 5, 61 p., from Aug. to Nov. 1830. (In French. ) 3. "Route de Tampico a Matamoros," 29 p., Jan. to Feb. 1831. (In French.) 4. "Excursion au fronton de Santa Isabel," 4 lvs., 1845. (In French.) 5. "De Matamoros à Mexico," 56 lvs., 1849-1850. (In French. ) 6. "Diario de Tamaulipas," No. 1 (also called No. 4), 28 p., Oct. to Nov. 1830. (In Spanish.) 7. "Itinerario de Santillana á Tamasunchale y Huehutla," 2 p. (In Spanish.) 8. "Camino de Santillana á Méjico," 2 p. (In Spanish.) 9. One fragment, 9 lvs., Oct. no yr., (in French). Describes the area near San Fernando. 10. Two letters, one page each. BERLANDIER, Luis. See BERLANDIER, Jean Luis. BERLANGA, Arturo Vázquez. See VAZQUEZ BERLANGA, Arturo. BERLIN, Elizabeth. 1953. "Yuccas y Agaves de México." (Mem. Congr. Cient. Mex. 6: 362-367.) A general résumé of "classification, with morphology, distribution, and uses." 132


BERLIN BERLIN, Enrique. See WAIBEL, Leo, 1933. BERLIN NEUBART, Juan. 1944. Características químicas del principio activo del zoapatle. México, 29 p. IBMéx. On Montanoa. BERLIOZ, J. 1932. "Sur les hauts-plateaux du Mexique." (Terre et Vie 2: 351362, illus.) With a considerable section on the vegetation; plants are listed with common and scientific names. BERMUDEZ, Angel de Antulo y. Angel de.



. See LOEWENSTERN, Isidore,

BERMUDEZ de CASTRO, Juan. See also CANCINO, Juan Pablo, 1792. 1793. "Carta (a Alzate)." (Gaz. Lit. 3: 37-43, 85-95.) On the use of the root of maravilla for liver trouble, and cebadilla ( Veratum) as a vermifuge; the first installment is followed, p. 72-77, by "Carta de Don Juan Pablo Cancino," who takes exception to some of Bermúdez' statements; this is answered by Bermúdez in the part that follows. BERNAL, Daniel Mesa. See MESA BERNAL, Daniel. BERNAL, Ignacio. See GALDO, Antonio et al (1580); MACARRO, Sebastián (1580); RENDON, Silvia, 1953. BERNAL, M. See BASALENQUE, Diego, 1642. BERNAL, Manuel María. See also CERVANTES, Vicente, 1790; VALDES, Manuel Antonio, 1792-1793. 1793. "Oración que pronunció en la apertura del curso de botánica." (Gac. Lit. 3: 158-183.) Listed by León under Cervantes. Speech delivered June 1, 1793; a general discussion with reference to various plant products. BERNAL, Octavio Quijano. See QUIJANO BERNAL, Octavio. BERNAL FLANDES, Francisco. 1949. "Los falsos antídotos para las mordeduras de las serpientes venenosas." (Medicina 29(586) suppl.: 117-124, 127-128.) Discusses semilla de la culebra, Abelmoschus; raiz de saúco; and guaco, Mikania. BERNARD, Ch. 1905-1906. "Sur la distribution géographique des Ulmacées." (Bull. Herb. Boissier II, 5: 1097-1112, 1905; cont. 6: 23-38, 1906; 3 maps for geographic distribution.) Includes a study of "Euceltis Américains and Trema Américaines." BERNARD, Ulysse August Antoine. BERNARD, 1914-1919.

See CHALOT, Charles and

BERNARD du HAUTCILLY, Auguste. 1834-1835. Voyage autour du monde. Paris, 2 vols. Trans, by Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo Botta as Viaggio intorno al globo, Torino, 2 vols. (1841). "Principally to California and the Sandwich Islands during the years 1826 to 1829;" includes a small section on Mazatlán, with references to plants. BERNARDI, Alessandro Luciano. 1958.

See BASCOPE, Federico, 1957,

BERNARDI, Luciano. 1872. Lauraceas. Mérida, Venezula. 355 p., illus., bibl. Pubi, by the Univ. de los Andes, Fac. Cienc. For.—PPAN. Includes etymology of the genera represented in America, a conspectus and key to genera, according to Kostermans, and a catalogue of species. BERNARDIN, Jean de Waele. 1872. Classification de 100 caoutchoucs p.-MH-A.

et gutta perchas.

Gand, 23

Lists plants according to countries, with a few notes on occasional species. 1874. Classification de 160 huiles et grasses végétales. Gand, 24 p.-MH. By families, with scientific and common names, localities, and uses. 1875. Classification des 40 savons végétaux. Gand, 11 p.—MH. By families, with scientific and common names, and place where used. 1875a. Classification de 250 matières tannantes. Gand, 28 p.—MH. Supp., 1875, 6 p. Arranged by families, systematically, with common names, mostly English or French, scientific names, and distribution. 1876. Classification de 250 fécules. Gand, 26 p.—MH. By families, with scientific and common names, and localities where used. 1886. "Les produits végétaux exotiques." (Bull. Soc. Geog. Anvers 11:155-170.) Repr. as a separate, Anvers, 1886, 18 p. "Etude sur leurs noms vulgaires," with a list of roots and basic terms, from many languages, their meanings and country where used. Mayan and Mexican terms are listed separately. BERNBECK, Fritz. 1932. "Vergleichende morphologie der Urticaceen und Moraceen inflorenszenzen." (Bot. Abh. 19: 100 p., 62 fig.) Detailed study in comparative morphology. BERNEAUD, Arsène Thiebaut de. See THIEBAUT de BERNEAUD, Arsène. BERNEGG, Andreas Sprecher von. See SPRECHER von BERNEGG, Andreas. BERNHARD-SMITH, Arthur. 1905. Poisonous plants of all countries. London, 1923, 2d ed., 112 p., illus. First ed., Bristol, 1905, 88 p. Arranged according to eífect with common names, scientific names, descriptions, and source. BERNHARDI, Johann Jakob. 1833. "Ueber den Charakter und die Verwandtschaft der Papaveraceen und Fumariaceen." (Linnaea 8: 401-477, illus.). Extract also in (Ann. Sci. Nat., II, 3: 357-369, 1835). Refers also to Ranunculaceae and Berberidaceae. 1833a. "Ueber die arten der gattung Datura." (Neues Jour. Pharm. (pubi, by Trommsdorf) 2 6 ( 1 ) : 118-158; a résumé was printed in Linnaea 8 (Litt.): 115-144.) A discussion of Brugmansia, Stramonium, Dutra, and Ceratocaulis, as sections of the genus, and a conspectus of the species in Latin, with brief descriptions and habitat. Of 12 species, only D. suaveolens and D. ceratocaula are cited from Mexico. 1838. "Nachtraegliche bemerkungen ueber Fumariaceae." (Linnaea 12: 651-668).



1839. "Ueber Saracha und Physalis." (Linnaea 13: 357-362.) 1841. "Selectus seminum numerus in Horto Erfurtensi anno 1840 collectorum 4." (Linnaea (litt.) 15: 90-91). Includes a description of Bromus exaltatus, n. sp. from Mexico. BERNIER, Madeleine Steiner-, See STEINER-BERNIER, Madeleine. BERNIUS, Karl. 1905. "Das Becken von Parras." Giessen, 21 p., map, illus., Inaug. Diss.—DI-GS. With only brief references to plants in the area, which is in Coahuila; both common and scientific names are cited. BERNOU, M. 1883. "Etude de l'écorce de sapotillier." (Jour. Pharm. Chim. V, 7: 306-319.) Trans, as "Estudio de la corteza del zapote chico" and published in (Naturaleza 6: 312-322, 1883). León cites a separate, pubi, in Paris, n.d., 16 p. Histologic study and a chemical analysis of Achras sapota L.



BERNOULLI, Gustav. 1871. "Uebersicht der bis jetzt bekannten arten von Theobroma." (Neue Denkschr. Allg. Schweiz. Ges. Gesammt. Naturw. 24 ( 3 ) : 1-16, 7 pi.) Description of 18 species with habitat and monographic treatment; after Al. Braun, A. de Candolle, J. D. Hooker, C. F. Meisner, Ascherson, Eichler, and Mueller Arg.

represented in the flora, and the numbers of species in each. The plants are not identified. BERTEAU, A. 1911. "Une exception au caractère dioique du papayer." (Agr. Prat. Pays Chauds. 1 1 ( 2 ) : 340.) On Carica papaya. 1912. "Nouvelles observations sur une exception au caractère dioique du papayer." (Agr. Prat. Pays Chauds. 1 2 ( 2 ) : 316-321, illus.) Sequel to the previous article, q.v. 1914. "Reconnaissance pratique des matières tannantes et tinctoriales." (Agron. Col. 1 ( 9 ) : 65-73). Includes Haematoxylon campechianum.

BERNOULLI, Jean. 1803 (1805). "Mémoire sur les divers usages et la grande utilité du mais tant de la plante que du grain." ( Mém. Acad. R. Sci. Bel. Let., Berlin Cl. Phil. Exp. : 3-36.) The title page for the volume is dated 1805. The Roy. Soc. Cat. Sci. Papers cites the date as (1799) 1803.) With a discussion, also, of the morphology. 1804 (1807). "Sur les variétés du mais par rapport a la configuration des grappes et des grains." {Mém. Acad. R. Sci. Bel. Let. Berlin Cl. Phil. Exp. : 43-72. ) The title page for the volume is dated 1807. The Roy. Soc. Cat. Sci. Papers cites the date as (1799, 1801) 1804. With reference to an article on maize in the Dictionnaire de botanique de l'Encyclopédie Méthodique by Desrousseaux.

BERTHAULT, Pierre. 1911. "Récherches botaniques sur les varietés cultivés du Solanum tuberosum et les espèces sauvages de Solanum tuberifères voisins." (Ann. Sci. Agron. III, 6 ( 2 ) : 1-59, 87-143, 172-216, 248-291, 9 pl., 48 figs.) History, morphology, anatomy, and taxonomy. BERTHET, A. 1885. Quatre ans au Mexique. Paris, 160 p. — BN Méx. Memoirs of one of Maximilian's soldiers, with superficial comments on the vegetation, and a section on plant products.

BERRA, Manuel Orozco y. See OROZCO y BERRA, Manuel. BERRIDGE, E. M. 1914. "The structure of the flower of Fagaceae and its bearing on the affinities of the group." (Ann. Bot. 28: 509-526, 9 figs.) BERRIOZABAL, Jorge.



BERROSPE, Ricardo. 1889. "Solanaceas virosas." Morelia, Arch.




BERTIUS, Petrus. 1602. Déscription d'Amérique. Amsterdam, p. 231-254, in Herrera y Tordesilla's Déscription des Indes Occidentales, q.v. — PPAP. From the Tabularium geographicarum contractarum libri quinqué, 2d éd., 1602, by Bertius. Includes Mexico, with a few references to plants.


14 lvs., ms. Thesis Univ.

BERTOLONI, Antonio. 1840. "Florula Guatimalensis." (Novi Comm. Acad. Sci. Inst. Bonon. 4: 403-443, pl. 36-47.) Plants were raised from seeds provided by Joachin Velasquez of the Mexican legation at Rome.

BERRY, Edward Wilber. 1912. "Notes on the geological history of the walnuts and hickories." (PL World 1 5 ( 1 0 ) : 225-240, 4 figs., incl. maps.) Maps show present and past distribution of Hicoria, Juglans, Englehardtia, and Orlomunnea. 1915. "The origin and distribution of the family Myrtaceae." (Bot. Gaz. 59: 484-490.) Includes a discussion of modern distribution. 1919. "The geological history of the sweet gum and witch hazel." (PI. World 2 2 ( 1 2 ) : 345-354, illus., map.) Map shows present and past distribution of the sweet gum, Liquidambar. 1923. Tree ancestors. Baltimore, 270 p., 48 figs., illus., maps. ) Paleontological study of trees in the eastern forest of North America, with interesting facts on present forms. 1935. "The Monimiaceae and a new Laurelia." (Bot. Gaz. 96: 752-754, illus. ) Map shows the geographic distribution of the genera of Monimiaceae. 1935a. "A fossil Cochlospermum from northern Patagonia." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 62: 65-67, illus., map.)


See VELASCO, José Francisco, 1850.

BERTONI, Moise S. (Moisés). 1919. "Essai d'une monographie du genre Ananas." ( An. Cient. Parag. 2: 250-322; No. 7 in Bot.) Description of species, with habitat, properties, common names, origin, and evolution; also a key to species, and a list of varieties, of cultivated species of Ananas. BERTOTTO, Julio César. 1949. Flora medicinal de todas las regiones del mundo. Buenos Aires, 348 p. - DAFM. Arranged alphabetically by common names, with scientific names, names in other languages, descriptions, and uses; rather superficial, and treats mainly of plants as used in Argentina. BERTRAND, A. 1941.

See MARSHALL, William Taylor, and BOCK,

BERTRAND, C. Eg. (Charles Eugene?) 1882.

Map shows present day distribution of the genus.

See BOURIEZ, Albert,

BERTRAND, Gabriel. 1899. "L'arbre à chiite et le chilté. (Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. Paris 5: 134-136. Trans, as "El árbol del chicle y el chicle," and publ. in Prog. Méx. 7: 227-228, 1900.) Discusses principally the collection and preparation of the latex. The plant is identified as a Jatropha n. sp., near ]. quinqueloba.

BERRY, James Berthold. 1924. Western forest trees. New York and Chicago, 212 p., 96 illus. BERRY, Samuel Stillman. See JAEGER, Edmund Carroll, 1933. BERSUNZA, Carlos R. See also CALDERON AGUILAR, Rubén et al, 1949. BERSUNZA, Carlos R., et al.

BERTUCH, Friedrich Justin. and BERTUCH, 1819.

n. d. ca. 1949? Expedición científico militar de la Escuela Superior de Guerra a islas del Pacífico. México, 3 parts separately paged, as cited below.—Bibliot. R. Alcorta. 1. "Isla de Guadalupe," 35 p., maps. This was reprinted in (Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. 70: 1-62, map., illus., 1950.) 2. "Islas Coronados," 16 p., maps. Parts 1 and 2 contain brief descriptions of the vegetation, and of the dominant plants. 3. "Islas Revillagigedo," 19 p., maps. With a list of families

BERUMEN, Daniel Ortiz.

See PUTSCHE, Carl Wilhelm Ernst

See ORTIZ BERUMEN, Daniel, 1948.

BERUMEN, Maurilio. See PENA, Moisés T. de la, 1942; PENA, Moisés T. de la et al, 1948a. BESANT, J. W. 1930. "Notes from Glasnevin." (Gard. Chron. III, 8 8 : 4 9 3 , illus.) With a section on Pinus montezumae, and other Mexican pines being cultivated there.




See GIRAL, José et al, 1947.

BESIL ABIZAID, José. 1947. "Contribución al estudio químico de la cera de candelilla." México, 25 typed p. Thesis IPNMéx. With a brief description of the plant, Euphorbia cerifera. BESLER, Basil (Basilius). 1613. Hortus Eystettensis. Norimberg, 2 vols., 366 pi. Many Mexican plants are described and pictured.

BESNARD, W. See KACHKAROV (Kashkarov) Daniil Nikolaevich, and KOROVINE, 1942. BESSA, Pancrace. See D U H A M E L de MONCEAU, Henri Louis, 1755; LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS, Jean Louis Auguste, 1816-1849/50. BESSER, Wilibaldo de. 1841. "Revisio Artemisiarum." (Linnaea 15: 83-111.) On plants in the Royal Museum of Berlin, from the Willdenow herbarium; included is a description of Artemisia mexicana. BESSERER, C. 1857. "Mexico and its coniferous plants." ( Gard. Chron.: 516-517.) Information accompanying a Roezl catalogue of new conifers. The editor adds some comments of his own. BESSEY, Charles Edwin. 1885. "Notes upon the botany of the New Orleans Exposition." (Boi. Gaz. 1 0 ( 5 ) : 277-279.) With a few comments on the Mexican section. 1897. "The phylogeny and taxonomy of angiosperms." (Bot. Gaz. 24: 145-178, 3 diag. ) Repr. as Pubi. 6, Bot. Soc. Amer., 34 p., 1897. 1915. "The phylogenetic taxonomy of flowering plants." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 2: 109-164, 1 fig.) With brief descriptions of 300 families, names of representative genera, and the numbers of species in each. BESSEY, Ernst A(thearn). 1898. "The comparative morphology of the pistils of the Ranunculaceae, Alismaceae, and Rosaceae." (Bot. Gaz. 2 6 ( 5 ) : 297313, 53 figs.) Thesis, Univ. Nebraska. BETANCOURT, Agustín de. See VETANCOURT, Agustín de. BETANCOURT, Rómulo. 1879. Estudio sobre el àhuacate. México, 34 p. Repr., with author listed just as R.B., in (Obs. Mex. 6: 152-159, 161-171, 1881-1883 and in Naturaleza 7: 214-228, 1885). Detailed study, with description of the plant, its history, synonyms, and common names; emphasis is on the chemistry. John M. 167-168.)

See Bullock, William.

BEURLING, Pehr Johan. (for 1854) 1856. "Bidrag till Portobellos flora." (K. Svenska Vet. Akad. Handl. : 105-148.) Includes plants from Manzinella (Manzanillo, Mexico); e.g., Hiraea manzinellensis and Coccoloba manzinellensis. BEUTNER, Edward L. See W H I T F I E L D , Charles J., and BEUTNER, 1938. BEVAN, Arthur. See VERDOORN, Frans, 1945; WILSON, Charles Morrow, 1945. BEVAN, Bernard. 1934. "Travels with a donkey in Mexico." (Natl. Geog. Mag. 66: 757-788, illus., map. ) Exciting account of a trip from Oaxaca to Acapulco, but not many references to plants; one illustration is of a giant cactus in the forest of Jamiltepec. 1938. "The Chinantec." (Inst. Pan. Geog. Hist., Publ. 24, 161 p., 35 pl., map. ) Report on the central and southeast Chinantec area in Oaxaca. Some references to plants are given in the description of the rain forest, in the introduction, and to cultivated plants in the section on economic background. Included are reproductions of "Relaciones of Ucila and Chinantla"; Ucila, 1579 by Hernando Quixada; Chinantla, 1579 by Diego d'Esquibel. BEVERIDO PEREAU, Manuel. 1948. Informe sanitario general sobre Cuichapa, Veracruz. México, 37 p. — Col. San Nicolás, Morelia. With a brief section on plants, mostly cultivated, cited by common names only. BEWS, John William. 1929. The world's grasses. London, 403 p., 48 figs., bibl. With keys to tribes and genera; the emphasis is on ecology. BEXARANO, Antonio de Alcedo y Bexarano. BEXARANO, Antonio. BEYERINCK, Willem. BEYRODT, O.


plant, sent by the ( no other data are

BETHENCOURT MASSIEU, Antonio. 1960. "Arboladuras de Santa Maria de Chimalapa, Tehuantepec, en las construcciones navales Indianas, 1730-1750." (Rev. Indias 2 0 ( 7 9 ) : 65-102.) From the discovery of large pine stands in the area, in 1730, to their exhaustion and abandonment in 1749.



See SCHLECHTER, Friedrich Reichardt et al, 1915.

BEZANILLA TESTA, Triunfo. 1904. "El chancarro y la semilla de culebra." México, 52 p. Thesis Pharm., Bibliot F. Guerra. Pharmaceutical study of Cecropia mexicana and Hibiscus formicaolens. BHAGWAT, A. W.


BETETA, Ramón. 1937. Tierra del chicle. México, 80 p., illus. Gives a vivid description of the land and the industry, but with few scientific references to the plants.


BETTENCOURT, Harry L. 1937. "From Berkeley to Tiburón Island." (Des. Pi Life 9: 9, illus.) Picture story with text; emphasis is on cacti seen. BEULLOCH, - ?

BESLER, Michael Rupert ( u s ) . 1716. Gazophylacium rerum naturalium. Leipzig and Frankfurt, 34 pi. On plants, animals and minerals; one plate is labeled Amaranthus mexicanus.

BETERMAU (BETERMAN? BESTERMAN?), 1890. "Arbol del diablo." (Med. Cient. 3: (Farmacia 1: 107-109, 1890). A fantastic story of a blood-sucking author from Chihuahua to St. Louis given ).

1936. "Eupedüanthus macrocarpus Benth." (Euphorbia Rev. 2 ( 2 ) : 14, illus.) With a description, and a note of its distribution in Sonora, Mexico.

See BOSE, B. C. et al, 1961.

BHOJ, Raj. 1961. "Pollen morphological studies in the Acanthaceae." Paltjnol. 3 ( 1 ) : 3-108, 44 pi.) BIANCHI, Alberto G.


See LOMBARD, Jean, 1903.

BIANCONI, F. 1889. Le Mexique. Paris, 144 p., map. A guide to investors and businessmen, with a chapter on cultivated plants. BIANCONI, F., and Louis BALESTRIER. 1889a. Texte et carte commerciale des Etats Unis du Mexique. Paris, 52, 28 p., 2 maps. An app., 8 p., is entitled Le Mexique a l'Exposition Universelle de Paris. — CU-B. One chapter considers "productions végétales, animales, et minerales," with the plants divided as sources of food, fibers, medicines, etc. The text in the second part is classified according to states. The entire work makes u p No. 5 of the 7th series of Etudes générales géographiques.


BIART BIART, Lucien. (1862.) Aventures d'un jeune naturaliste. Paris, n.d., 14th ed., 328 p., illus. — PP. León cites the original French ed., 1862. A Spanish trans., by F. N., entitled Aventuras de un naturalista en Méjico, was publ. in Madrid, 2 vols, in one, 1869. An English trans., The adventures of a young naturalist, ed. and adapted by Parker Gillmore, was publ. in New York, (1871?) 491 p., 117 illus. A copy of this at NN is dated 1873. Written for young people, but with numerous scientific observations on Mexican plants; some are cited with scientific names. 1876. A travers l'Amérique. Paris, 383 p. An English trans., by Mary De Hauteville, My rambles in the New World, was publ. in London, 1877, 300 p., illus. References to natural history emphasize animals, but some plants are also mentioned. BIBBY, F. F.

See MORENO G. Ignacio, and BIBBY, 1943.

BICKERN, W. 1903. "Beitrag zur kenntnis der Casimiroa edulis La Llave." (Arch. Pharm. 241: 166-176.) Histoiy, description, distribution, study of its glyco-alkaloid, and a special section called "botanischer teil." BICKLE, J. T. 1941. "Odontoglossum citrosmum." ( 4 ) : 92-94, illus.) Description and culture.





BIGNOLI, Dario Pedro.

BILLINGS, E. R. 1875. Tobacco. Hartford, 486 p., 170 illus. - DA. "Its history, varieties, and culture"; p. 341-344 are on "Tobacco in Mexico." See ALEXANDER, P. 1906.

de la papa cultivada." (Bol. Soc. Nac. Agr. Costa 63-66.) modificaciones obtenidas por el cultivo de los en los Solanum tuberíferos silvestres." et



Not many plant names are included. BIRD, Allan (Allen) T. 1900. Sonora, México. Guaymas, 62 p., map, illus., publ. by the Sonora Ry. "A guide for the traveler and investor" with references to, and many illustrations of plants. BIRD, J. 1909-1910. "Lechuga." (Rev. Agr. 25: 297.)

See PICTET, Amé, 1888.

BIRDSONG, B. A. (Bailey Arnold), R. (Ralph Eugene) ALSTON and B. L. (Billie Lee) TURNER. 1960. "Distribution of canavanine in the family Leguminosae as related to phyletic groupings." (Canad. Jour. Bot. 3 8 ( 4 ) : 499-505.) A study, by chromatographic methods, of 161 species in 78 genera, with additional data from other sources to bring the total to 219 species, in 109 genera. Canavanine was found in 68 species of 32 genera. It was not detected in the subfamilies Mimosoideae or Caesalpinoideae. BIRDWOOD, G. (George Christopher Molesworth?). 1903. "On Ocimum of Asia against malaria." (Prog. Méx. 1 ( 4 6 8 ) : 561; trans, from The London Times.) The original version was not seen. With reference, by the editor, to Ocimum of Mexico, as of possible use in the same way.


BIRKET-SMITH, Kaj. 1943. "The origin of maize cultivation." (Kg I. Dansk Vidensk. Selsk. Hist. Filol. Meddel. 2 9 ( 3 ) : 1-59, map, bibl.) History is based mainly on philological evidence with the emphasis on South America; it is concluded that the origin was in northern Colombia.

See BULLOCK, William, 1824.

BIGGAR, Henry Percival.

PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del

BIPONTINUS, C. H. Schultz-See SCHULTZ, C. H. Bipontinus.

See DURIVAGF,, John C., 1937.

BIGELOW, John Milton.


BIONDELLI, Bernardino. 1869. Glossarium Azteco-Latinum 256 p.

A study, mainly of Prosopis juliflora, with its botany and geographic distribution. A few other species of Prosopis are considered, as is Parkinsonia aculeata ( rétama ). BIERLY, Sir John.

BILLELA, Pedro de. (1579-1582).

BIOLLEY, P. 1907. "El origen Rica 2 ( 3 ) : "Y las tubérculos


BIDDULPH, Susann Fry. 1944. "A revision of the genus Gaillardia." ( Res. Stud. St. Coll. Wash. 12: 195-256, 3 pl., bibl., maps.) Covers history, relationships, morphology, cytology, and distribution. A key is included to sections, species, and varieties with descriptions and list of specmens examined. New taxa from Mexico include G. mexicana var. trífida and G. pinnatifida var. linearis comb. nov. BIEBERDORF, Frederick W(ilhelm), and Boen SWINNY. 1952. "Mesquite and related plants in allergy." (Ann. Allergy 720-724. )

BILIA, Gumersindo Borgo. See BORGO BILIA, Gumersindo.

BINGLEY, William. 1821. Travels in North America. London, 346 p. Section on Mexico, p. 248-262, is based on Pike's account, q.v.

With a key to 25 species, descriptions, and distribution. S. platyphyllum of Mexico is transferred to Oreolirion new gen. and S. eastwoodiae is described as a new species from Baja California.

BIEBER, Ralph P.

BILECKI, Gerhard. 1955. "Rauwolfia serpentina und andere arzneipflanzen in ihrer bedeutung fuer die therapie." (PI. Med. 3 ( 6 ) : 165-171.) With a list of alkaloids in R. serpentina Benth. and R. canescens L.


BICKNELL, Eugene P(intard). 1900. "Studies in Sisyrinchium VIII." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 27 ( 7 2 ) : 373-387; Contr. Dept. Bot. Columbia Ûniv. # 7 . ) "S. californicum and related species of the neglected genus Hydastylus"; with a key to species, descriptions, and localities. Seven species are described as new from Mexico; from Chihuahua, San Luís Potosí, Coahuila, and Veracruz. 1901, 1904. "Studies in Sisyrinchium IX and X. The species of Texas and the southwest." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 28: 570592, 1901; 31: 379-391, 1904.)

BIDDLE, Henry Chalmers.

1909. Le Mexique moderne. Paris, 3d ed., 272 p., 22 illus. Revised ed., Paris, 263 p., 28 illus., map ( 1 9 1 8 ) . - N N . A chapter on agricultural and forest products uses mainly French names.

See VARIOUS, 1855-1860. See CHAMPLAIN, Samuel (1599-1602). See WEATHERWAX, Paul, 1950 a.

BIGOT, Raoul. 1907. "Notes économiques sur le Mexique." (Bull. Techn. Soc. Ane. Elèv. Ecol. Nat. Arts Met. 1907(1-2). 1-180. Repr. as a separate, Paris, 1907, 144 p., map. — SHMéx.

BIRKINBINE, Henry E. 1909. "A trail through the mountains of Oaxaca." (Proc. Engin. Club. Phila. 2 6 ( 3 ) : 201-218, illus. Repr. in Rev. Rev. p. 21-38, May, 1912.)

With a discussion of agricultural products and important trees.

With some scattered references to plants, cited by common names only.



BIRKINBINE BIRKINBINE, John. 1909. "The Mixteca country in the state of Oaxaca, México." Franklin Inst. 168: 200-215, illus.) References to plants are limited to cultivated ones.

BLACK, John. (Jour.

BIRON, Claude. 1703. Curiositez de la nature. Paris, 282 p. — NN. Observations based on a trip to the West Indies. Plants seen are listed with brief comments. There is a chapter on the "tacamaca" (Bursera?). BISCHOFF, (Gottlieb Wilhelm). 1853. "Delectus seminum in Horto Botánico Heidelbergensis." (Ann. Sei. Nat. Ill, 19: 356-358.) Includes Chloris cucullata n. sp. from Mexico. BISHOP, William Henry. 1883. Old Mexico and her lost provinces. New York, 509 p., illus. — Gardiner cites a 2d ed., 569 p., 1889. "A journey in Mexico, Southern California, and Arizona by way of Cuba," with references to plants, especially in the tropical areas. BITTER, Georg. 1903. "Die rassen der Nicandra physaloides." (Beih. Bot. Cenlrtilbl. 14: 145-176, 6 pi.) Mainly on cultivated types. 1911. Die gattung Acaena. Stuttgart, 336 p., 37 pi., 98 figs. Bibl. Bot. Heft # 7 4 ; issued in 4 parts. "Vorstudien zu einer monographic." 1912-1922. "Solana nova vel minus cognita." (Rep. Nov. Spec. Reg. Veg. 11: 1-18, 255-260, 349-394, 1912; 431-473, 481-491, 561-566, 1913; 12: 1-10, 49-90, 136-162, illus., 1913; 13: 88103, 169-173, 1914; 18: 301-309, 1922. Includes a number of species, subspecies, varieties, and new combinations from Mexico. Part 2 is subtitled "Muss die Sektion Tuberarium von der gattung Solana in als genus abgetrennt werden?" Part 3 is entitled "Weitere Untersuchungen zur analyse der Sektion Tuberarium sensu strictu Bitter." 1920. "Die gattung Lycianthes." (Abh. Naturw. Ver. Bremen 2 4 ( 2 ) : 292-520, 5 illus.) "Vorarbeiten zu einer gesamtschrift," with a discussion of relationships, geographical distribution; followed by a systematic account of the genus, with descriptions of species. Many new taxa are described from Mexico. For the supplement to this work, see "Ergaenzungen," 1922. 1921. "Bidens purpusorum Bitt. et Petersen nov. spec." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 17: 335-338.) Description of a plant found in Puebla. 1922. "Zur gliederung der gattung Saracha und zur kenntnis einiger ihrer bemerkenswerten arten." ( R e p . Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 18:99-112.) Includes the description of a new species, S. chihuahuensis, from Mexico. 1922a. "Ergaenzungen zu Lycianthes." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 18:314-321.) Includes descriptions of 6 species from southern Mexico, including L. stephanocahjx (Brandegee) Bitt. nov. comb, from Veracruz. 1923. "Beitraege zur kenntnis der gattung Sedum." (Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin 8 ( 7 4 ) : 281-284.) Sedum nussbaumerianum from Veracruz, collected by Purpus. 1924. "Zur gattung Physalis." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 20: 369372.) With descriptions of new taxa from Mexico: Physalis melanocystis (Robinson) n. comb, and P. capsicoides n.sp. BJERREGARD, A. P.

See HARE, R. F. and BJERREGARD, 1910.

BLAAUW, Anton Hendrik. BLACHE, P. Vidal de la.

See WENT, F. A. F. C., 1906. See VIDAL de la BLACHE, P.

BLACK, Donald S. See GILBERT, BLACK, 1958. BLACK, Jeannette Dora.

Norris W., and Donald S.

See CHAMPLAIN, Samuel (1599-1602).

See HUMBOLDT, Alexander von, (1808)-1811.

BLACK, Otis Fischer, and J. W. KELLY. 1922. "Examination of the fruit of Samuela carnerosana Trelease." (Amer. Jour. Pharm. 94: 477-479.) Results of studies on material sent from Saltillo. A brief description of the plant and its seeds is given, with a chemical analysis of the latter, and suggested uses. BLACKALLER, Maria Luisa. 1937. "Contribución al estudio de las Ninfeáceas de los lagos y ciénagas del sur y centro del Valle de México." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 7: 415-455, illus., (28 figs.) Description, classification, and morphology for the Nymphaeaceae. BLACKALLER F., Arturo. 1948. "Flora alergógena del Valle de Atemajac." (Bol. Soc. Méd. Farm., Guadalajara 20: 125-138.) Divided into trees, weeds and grasses; common and scientific names are given, with the localities where the plants are found. 1949. "Pólenes atmosféricas en la ciudad de Guadalajara, Jalisco." (Rev. Méx. Alerg. 1 ( 1 ) : 2-4.) Divided into Gramineae, Compositae, Chenopodiaceae, and Amaranthaceae; a separate list is given for the trees. BLACKWELL, Elizabeth. 1737. A curious herbal. London, 2 vols. - NNBG. Second ed., 1739. Five hundred illustrations "of the most useful plants used in the practice of physick." Contains many Mexican plants, e.g., tobacco, pepper, tomato, and sweet gum. BLAIR, Thomas S(tewart). 1921. "Habit indulgence in certain cactaceous plants among the Indians." (Jour. Amer. Med. Assn. 76: 1033-1034.) A critical report of the use of Anhalonium lewinii. BLAIR, W(illiam) Frank(lin). 1950. "The biotic provinces of Texas." (Tex. Jour. Set. 2 ( 1 ) : 93117, map, bibl. ) Includes a Tamaulipan and a Chihuahuan zone which link it with Mexico; contains a good discussion of the vegetation, with a listing of dominant plants for each zone. BLAKE, Doris Holmes. See also ABRAMS, Le Roy, 1923-1960. 1960. "Sidney Fay Blake." (Taxon 9 ( 5 ) : 129-141, port.). Biographical sketch with a bibliography of his publications. BLAKE, Mary Elizabeth, and Margaret Frances SULLIVAN. 1888. Mexico. Boston, 228 p. Contains some material on maguey. BLAKE, S. T. 1958. "New criteria for distinguishing genera allied to Panicum (Gramineae)." (Proc. R. Soc. Queensland 70: 15-19.) BLAKE, Sidney Fay. See also KEARNEY, Thomas, and PEEBLES, 1942; MORTON, Conrad V., 1945; REDFIELD, Robert, 1928; SPRAGUE, T. A., 1922, 1923; VARIOUS, 1902 - in progress; WOODSON, Robert E., 1937 - in progress. 1913. "A redisposition of the species heretofore referred to Leptosyne." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 49: 335-346, Contr. Gray Herb. # 4 1 . ) Changed to Coreopsis and Stephanopholis n.g. 1914. "A revision of Encelia and some related genera." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 49: 346-396, illus.) 1915. "Two Verbesinas." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 53: 56-57.) Transfers Silphium arborescens Mill, to V. arborescens n. comb. The plant is found in Veracruz. 1915a. "Two new Mexican amaranths." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 53: 103-104). Amaranthus annectens from Yucatán and A. lepturus from Lower California. 1915b. "A revision of Salmea and some allied genera (Compositae)." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 53: 193-202, 225-235.) With a key to genera and species, descriptions, and distri-


BLAKE BLAKE-continued bution. New species described from Mexico include: Notoptera scabridula from Veracruz, Otopappus trinervis from Chiapas, and O. pringlei from Morelos. 1915c. "Two new Hymenostephiums." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 53: 268-269.) Hymenostephium pilosulum and H. cordatum n. comb. 1916. "Compositae new and transferred, chiefly Mexican." (Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 51: 515-526; Contr. Gray Herb. # 4 5 . ) 1916a. "Limonium in North America and Mexico." (Rhodora 18: 53-66, 2 pi.) Botanical history, with a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. The following are cited from Mexico: Limonium caroliniarvum, L. mexicanum n. sp., L. endlichianum n. sp., and L. nashii. 1916b. "A revision of the genus Polygala in Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies." Cambridge, Mass., 122 p., 2 pi. (Contr. Gray Herb. n.s. # 4 7 . ) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution, and a list of cited exsiccatae. 1917. "New and noteworthy Compositae, chiefly Mexican." (Contr. Gray Herb. 5 2 ( 3 ) : 16-59.) Descriptions of many new species, varieties, and new combinations; one new genus: Rhysolepis (Viguiera) is described with 2 species from Mexico, R. morelensis from Morelos, and R. palmeri from Jalisco. 1917a. "Descriptions of new spermatophytes." (Contr. Gray Herb. 5 2 ( 4 ) : 59-106.) Mostly on plants from British Honduras, but includes also descriptions of Danthonia filifolia Hubbard, Persea podadenia, Phoebe angustata, Licania retifolia, Prunus apodantha, Thryallis langlassei, Colubrina lanulosa, Saurauia buscalioniana, Diospyros sinaloensis, Cynanchum peninsulare, and Gerardia pUosula, all from Mexico.

1920b. "Five new species of Cedrela." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 33: 107-112.) C. discolor from Durango, C. rotunda from Sinaloa, and C. yucatana from Veracruz are cited from Mexico. 1920c. "New trees and shrubs from Mexico and Guatemala." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 33: 117-120.) Jatropha sympetala from Oaxaca; Guarea obtusata from Oaxaca; Russelia obtusata from Puebla and Oaxaca, and R. tetraptera from Tepic. 1921. "Neomillspaughia, a new genus of Polygonaceae, with remarks on related genera." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 48: 77-88, illus.) With a key to distinguish it from four related genera. Keys are given also to species of Gymnopodium and Podopterus. Of the two species of Neomillspaughia described, one, N. emarginata, comes from Mexico (Yucatán). Flourensia, 1921a. "Revision of the genera Acanthospermum, Oyedaea and Tithonia." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 2 0 ( 1 0 ) : 383-436.) With keys to species of the various genera, descriptions, distribution, and lists of specimens examined. Species are described from Mexico as follows: 9 in Flourensia; Oyedaea, 1; Tithonia, 10, with one new subsp. 1921b. "The American species of Maximilianea (Cochlospermum)." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 11: 125-132, illus.) With a key to species, descriptions, distribution, and common names. One species is cited from Mexico: M. vitifolia (Willd.) Krug. et Urb. 1921c. "Synopsis of the genus Datura." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 11: 173-189, illus.) With keys to sections and species, descriptions, distribution, and common names. Mexico is cited as the habitat for 9 out of 24 species. 1921d. "New trees and shrubs from Yucatán." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 34: 43-46.) With descriptions of 6 species in 5 genera. "New Meliaceae from Mexico." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 34: 1921e. 115-118.) Includes Cedrela ciliolata from Michoacán, and 3 new species and one subspecies in Guarea. 1922. "Native names and uses of some plants of eastern Guatemala and Honduras." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 2 4 ( 4 ) : 87-100, illus.) Listed alphabetically by common and scientific names, with information under the latter.

1918. "New plants from Oaxaca." (Contr. Gray Herb. 5 3 ( 4 ) : 55-65.) Thirteen new species are described in twelve genera. One of them is a new genus Schismocarpus (Loasaceae). The plants were collected by Conzatti, Reko, and Makrinius. 1918a. "A revision of the genus Viguiera." (Contr. Gray Herb. 54: 1-205, 3 pi.) History, morphology, relationships, uses, taxonomy, with keys to subgenera sections and species, descriptions, and a list of exsiccatae. 1919. "The genus Homalium in America." (Cont. U.S. Natl. Herb. 2 0 ( 7 ) : 221-235.) Systematic treatment, with a key to species, descriptions, distributions, and lists of specimens examined. One new species is described from Mexico: H. mollicellum from Guerrero. 1919a. "Revision of Ichthyomethia, a genus of plants used for poisoning fish. (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 9: 241-252.) A review of the botanical history of the genus with a key to species, descriptions with common names, and distribution. Of 8 species, 4 are found in Mexico, including I. communis n. sp. 1919b. "The anay, a new edible-fruited relative of the avocado." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 9: 457-462, illus.) Description of Hufelandia anay from northeastern Guatemala; (perhaps also in Mexico). 1919c. "New plants from Sinaloa." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 32: 189194.) On the collections of Antonio E. Salazar. New species are described in: Polygala, Parsonsia, Piptothrix, Perymenium, Verbesina, and Otopappus. 1920. "A preliminary revision of the North American and West Indian avocados (Persea spp.)." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 10: 9-21, illus.) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. Of the 5 species, all but one are from Mexico. 1920a. "Revision of the true mahoganies (Swietenia)." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Set. 10: 286-297, map, illus.) History, distribution, key to species, and descriptions. S. cirrhata is described as a new species from Michoacan.

1923. "A new Gymnocoronis from Mexico." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 36: 179-180.) G. sessilis from Tabasco. 1923a. "Notes on the North American species of Limonium." (Rhodora 25: 55-60.) Transfers a Berlandier specimen, previously labeled L. carolinianum, to L. angustatum which becomes a variety of carolinianum; gives range extensions for L. mexicanum and a revised key to the genus. 1924. "New American Meibomias." (Bot. Gaz. 78:271-288, 1 pi.) Many new species are described from Mexico. "Revision of the American species of Rinorea." (Contr. U.S. 1924a. Natl. Herb. 2 0 ( 1 3 ) : 491-518, illus.) A systematic treatment, with a key and descriptions of 37 species, only one of which, R. pilosula, is from Mexico. 1924b. "Hemibaccharis, a new genus of Baccharidinae." (Contr. U. S. Natl. Herb. 2 0 ( 1 3 ) : 543-554, illus.) Systematic treatment, with a key to species, descriptions, distribution, and lists of specimens examined. The genus is based on Baccharis hieraciifolia Hemsl. Three new species from Mexico are described. Herb. 1924c. "New American Asteraceae." (Contr. U.S. Natl. 2 2 ( 8 ) : 587-661, illus.) Descriptions are in systematic order, with distribution. New species from Mexico include over 60 species in 27 genera, one of them a new genus, Trichocoryne. 138


BLAKE 1924d. "New plants from Central and South America." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 14: 284-293.) Includes from Mexico: Urtica granulosa from Chihuahua, Drymaria cognata from Durango, and D. peninsularis from Lower California. 1924e. "Eight new Asteraceae from Mexico, Guatemala and Hispaniola." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 37: 55-62.) Six species in five genera are described from Mexico. 1926. "Five new American Melampodinae." (/our. Wash. Acad. Sci. 16: 418-422.) One species, M. cornutum, is from Colima, Mexico. 1926a. "New names for five American Asteraceae." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 39: 144.) Discusses DeCandolle's citing Dunantia microcephala (which he changes to Isocarpha microcephala) and Vernonia hypoleuca (which he changes to Liabum hypoleucum) from Mexico; suggests that they were probably collected in Peru by Haenke.

1935a. "A new plant of the genus Polygala from northern Mexico." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 48: 31-32.) Describes P. hintonii from the state of Mexico and extends the range of P. crinita Chod. 1935b. "Five new plants of the genus Aplopappus." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 48: 169-174.) A. wigginsii, A. ferrisiae, and A. martirensis, all from Baja California, are included. 1936. "Lepidonia, a new genus of Vemonieae." (Jour Wash. Acad. Sci. 26: 452-460, illus.) Discussion includes a reference to Bolanosa, a Mexican genus, an analysis of the systematic position of Leiboldia and the problem of its nomenclature. 1936a. "A new plant of the genus Polygala from northern Mexico." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 49: 151-152.) P. oedophylla from Nuevo León. 1937. "Eleven new Asteraceae from North and South America." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 27: 374-391.) Mexican material includes Alomia stenolepis, Aster coahuilensds, Helianthella ciliata, Verbesina callilepis, and Hieracium dysonymum nom. nov. (for Hieracium junceum Fries). 1938. "Eleven new American Asteraceae." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 18: 478-492.) Mexican material includes: Vernonia polypleura, Eupatoriastrum opadoclinium, Desmanthodium caudatum, and Rumfordia media, all from Chiapas, and Psacalium mollifolium from Guerrero. 1941. "Four new Asteraceae from northern Mexico collected by I. M. Johnston." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 54: 17-22.) New species in Brickellia, Aplopappus, Viguiera, and Thelesperma from Zacatecas, Coahuila, and Chihauahua. 1942. "New Asteraceae from northern Mexico collected by C. H. Mueller." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 3 2 ( 5 ) : 146-151.) Descriptions of 6 new species and one variety from Coahuila and Nuevo León, in Brickellia, Grindelia, Erigeron, Sabazia, Tagetes, and Psacalium. 1942a. "Five new Asteraceae from Oaxaca collected by W. H. Camp." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 55: 113-119.) New species in Oxylobus, Erigeron, Archibaccharis, and Perezia. Four of them are from Zempoaltepetl. 1943. "Ten new American Asteraceae." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 33: 265-272.) Seven taxa in six genera, from Lower California, Guerrero, Chiapas, and Michoacán. 1945. "Asteraceae described from Mexico and the southwestern United States by M. E. Jones, 1908-1935." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 2 9 ( 2 ) : 117-137.) With a review of Jones's botanical activities and publications, locations of some of his Chihuahua stations, and an annotated catalogue of species, systematically arranged, with localities and other observations. This is a companion piece to the article by C. V. Morton in the same volume, q.v., covering the other families of flowering plants. 1950. "Five new Asteraceae from Mexico and South America." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 4 0 ( 2 ) : 47-50.) Descriptions are included of Aplopappus pseudobaccharis from Coahuila, Montanoa gentryi from Sinaloa, and Flourensia solitaria from Coahuila. 1951. "The status of Encelia angustifolia and E. albescens." (Leafl. West. Bot. 6 ( 5 ) : 105-107.) Transfers the first to Verbesina as V. angustissima; the second becomes a synonym of Verbesina encelioides (Cav.) B. and H. var. exauriculata Rob. and Greenm. 1961. "Edward Palmer's visit to Guadalupe Island, Mexico in 1875." (Madroño 1 6 ( 1 ) : 1-4.) Based on a ms. of Palmer's and a letter from Robert Ridgway to Palmer, at the U.S.D.A. Agr. Res. Serv., New Crops Res. Br. 1951. "A synopsis of the genus Euonymus L." (Kew Bull. Misc. Inf. 2: 210-290, bibl., illus.) Includes botanical and fossil history, geographic distribution, anatomy, uses, taxonomy with a conspectus of genera, distribution, and keys to subgenera, series, and species.

1926b. "Two genera of Asteraceae new to the United States." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 39: 145.) Extensions of range into the United States of 7 Mexican species in 7 genera and, in addition, some with new localities in Mexico. 1926c. "Lennoa caerulea in Colombia." (Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 39: 146.) First record of the plant outside of Mexico: a reference is made also to various hosts of the Lennoaceae. 1926d. "Zinnia vs. Crassina." (Rhodora 28: 40-42.) Interesting account tracing the original description and authority for the names. 1926e. "Note on arboloco'." (Trop. Woods 7: 33-34.) On the various species of Montañoa, with brief descriptions and ranges. 1928. "Twelve new Asteraceae." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 18:25-37.) Descriptions of new species from Mexico include: Simsia grayii from Oaxaca; Zexmenia mexiae from Jalisco; Otopappus cordatus from Guerrero; Verbesina pantoptera from Nayarit; V. heterocarpa, V. glaucophylla, and Perezia longifolia, all from Jalisco. 1929. "New Asteraceae from the United States, Mexico, and Honduras." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 19: 268-281, illus.) Mexican material includes Trigonospermum hispidulum, Verbesina microcarpa, Coreopsis congregata, Cacalia eriocarpa, and C. trigonophylla. The Verbesina and Coreopsis are from Sinaloa; the others are from Jalisco. 1930. "Two new Asteraceae from Mexico collected by Georges Woronow (Bot. Gard. Leningrad)." (Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 43: 163-166.) Haplocalymma woronowii and Verbesina pterocarpha, both from Michoacán. 1930a. "Notes on certain type specimens of American Asteraceae in European herbaria." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 2 6 ( 5 ) : 227263.) Results of studies of material from Mexico, Central, and South America. 1931. "Nine new American Asteraceae." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 21: 325-336.) Erigeron phoenicodontus from Chihuahua, Mexico, is included. 1931a. "A flora of Mexico." (Science 7 4 ( 1 9 2 3 ) : 458-459.) Summarizes the publications on Mexican vegetation and flora to date, and reports that Conzatti was preparing a new edition of his Flora sinóptica Mexicana. 1932. "New Central American Asteraceae collected by H. H. Bartlett." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 22: 379-386, illus.) Includes from Mexico Harleya (n.g.) oxylepis, previously described as an Oliganthes, and Aplopappus bartlettii from Tamaulipas; the first is from Yucatán or Tabasco. 1935. "New Asteraceae from the United States, Mexico, and South America." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 25: 311-325.) Mexican material includes descriptions of 9 taxa in 8 genera. 139

BLAKESLEE BLAKESLEE, Albert Francis, BERGNER, Dorothy, and Amos Greer AVERY. 1937. "Geographical distribution of chromosomal prime types in Datura stramonium." (Cytologia Fujii Jubilaei Vol: 10701093, 7 maps. ) A study of 583 races, 287 with purple flowers, 289 with white ones, and 7 heterozygous. Central America with Mexico includes a mixture of types. BLAKELEY, Elwood R. 1952. "Elephant trees of Arizona." (Saguaroland Bull. 6 ( 1 ) : 9-10.) Description and distribution of Bursera odorata and B. microphylla. BLANC, A. and Co. 1888. Catalogue and hints on cacti. Philadelphia, 2d ed., 68 p., illus.-PPHi. Repr. 1890, 98 p. ( fide Cat. of the Shreve Libr.) Includes descriptions of many varieties of cacti, with some other succulents. BLANC, A. 1890. "A wonderland of cactus." (Amer. Gard. 11: 526-530, illus.) Novelties, curiosities, and beauties. BLANC, L., and E. DECROCK. 1898. "Distribution géographique des Primulacées." (Bull. Herb. Boiss. 6: 681-713, map.) Arranged by tribes, with distribution of genera and species; also by areas, with important genera and species in each. BLANCHARD, P., and Adrien DAUZATS. 1839. San Juan de Ulua, ou relation de l'expédition Française au Mexique . . . . Paris, 591 p., illus. References to plants in chapters on the tierra caliente, tierra templada, Chapultepec, and Xochimilco. BLANCHET, Gustave. 1884. "Etude sur le cacao." Montpellier, 44 p. Thesis, Ecole Sup. Pharm.-DNLM. With a section on the history and botany of the plant. BLANCO, Alberto. 1959. "Estudios espectrométricos." (Cact. Suc. Méx. 4 ( 2 ) : 40-45.) On the effects of minerals on plants growing on piles of mine wastes. BLANCO, Cenobio E. See also MARTINEZ .Maximino, 1924; VARIOUS, 1946. 1938. "Los pinos de México." (Bol. Dept. For. Méx. 3 ( 1 1 ) : 237255, illus.; also in Méx. For. 19( 1 / 2 ) : 7-10, 1941.) Descriptions with common and scientific names, locations, and uses. Abies and Pseudotsuga are included. 1948. "La reforestación natural de los bosques de El Salto, Durango." (Mens. For. 6 ( 5 6 ) : 5-6, 8, illus.) 1949. "Pinus cooperi Blanco sp. nova." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 20: 185-187, 3 fig. ) A new name is applied to a species formerly known as P. lutea Blanco, and the appropriate changes are made for var. ornelasi Martinez of that species. BLANCO, F. See BLANCO, L. BLANCO, Gabriel. 1906. "Estudio sobre el mezcal." (Prog. Méx. 13: 688, 699, 726, 737, 1906; 14: 29, 39, 50, 70, 89, 105, 116, 137, 1907. Also in Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 25: 73-116, 1906-1907.) With classification, descriptions, and common names. The author puts Agave in the Bromeliaceae, following the advice of M. Villada. 1933. "Estudio relativo a la zona denominada Los Altos, del Estado de Jalisco." México, 15 p., mim.—SEN Méx. With only a very brief section on the flora. BLANCO, L. See CORDERO, Manuel et al, 1877-1878; CORDERO, M. et al, 1878; SEGURA, José Carmen, and M. CORDERO, 1883. The initial is sometimes cited as F. BLANCO, Lázaro. See PASO y TRONCOSO, Francisco del ( 15791582).

BLANTON BLANCO, Leopoldo. See HARSHBERGER, J. W„ 1896. BLANCO, Leopoldo Rincón. See RINCON BLANCO, Leopoldo. BLANCO, María Pacheco. See PACHECO BLANCO, María. BLANCO, Ofelia S. de. See BLANCO MATAS, Alberto y BLANCO, 1958. BLANCO, Serafín Meza. See MEZA BLANCO, Serafín. BLANCO MACIAS, Gonzalo. See also SIEVERS, Arthur Frederick, and HIGBEE, 1942; VOGT, William, 1947. 1945. "El mejoramiento genético de las plantas." (Tierra 2 ( 3 ) : 123125, 166, illus.) With emphasis on "el caso específico de la papa." 1946. "Posibilidades del cultivo del canelero." (Tierra: 699-701, 741, illus.) On Cinnamomum zeylanicum. 1947. "La yuca ó guacamote." (Tierra 2: 25-28, 63, illus.) With a description of the plant and its culture. 1949. "El cultivo de las plantas medicinales en México tiene gran porvenier." (Tierra 4: 81-83, 113, illus.) Taken partly from "Plantas medicinales, published by the Pan Amer. Union (Publ. Agr. 154-158), translated from the work of A. F. Sievers and E. C. Higbee, 1942, q.v. Special attention is given to Convolvulus orizabensis, Datura stramonium, Ipomoea purga, and Smilax. 1949a. "El kenaf." (Tierra 4 ( 1 0 ) : 593-595, 634, illus.) Mainly on the culture of the plant; suggested as a promising crop to substitute for jute in Mexico. 1950. Agriculture in Mexico. Washington, 52 p., illus. Pan Amer. Union, Amer. Agr. Ser., Div. Agr. Conserv.—DPU. Lists plants for different uses. 1950a. "Como enriquecen y mejoran el suelo las plantas leguminosas." (Tierra 5 ( 8 ) : 465-467, 505, illus.) Exploration of "la acción de las bacterias nitrificadores." 1952. "El kenaf." (Sisal Yucatán 12 ( 1 4 8 ) : 23-26.) Compare with article printed in 1949 in Tierra. On Hibiscus cannabinus. BLANCO MATAS, Alberto, y Ofelia S. de BLANCO. 1958. "Fluorescencias de algunas Cactaceas Mexicanas." (Cact. Sue. Méx. 3 ( 3 ) : 55-57.) Plants studied were Aporocactus flagettiformis, Opuntia sp. (nopal manso), and Nyctocereus serpentimis. BLANCO S., María del Carmen. 1942. Estudio de los rizomas de Maranta arundinacea, desde puntos de vista químicos. México, 59 p., illus.—IB Méx.


BLANDIN, Linbano. See ROVIROSA, José N„ (1889). BLANKAART, Steven. 1686. Haustus polychresti. Gedancken vom thee, coffee, chocolate und taback. Hamburg, 1705, 222 p., illus. of each plant. Dutch ed. of 1686 was not seen.—NN. BLANKINSHIP, Joseph William. See also ENGELMANN, George and GRAY, Asa, 1845-1907. 1907. "Plantae Lindheimerianae, part III." (Ann. Rep. Missouri Bot. Gard., 18: 123-223.) With a biography of Lindheimer, a catalogue of his plant nos. 449-574 and 652-754, 1845-1848, with localities and some with brief descriptions. For parts I and II of Plantae Lindheimerianae, see Engelmann and Gray, 1845, 1850. 1910. "Lindheimer the botanist-editor." (Gard. Chron. Amer. 11: 55-59, port.) Note on p. p. 64 says the article is made possible through the courtesy of Wm. Trelease. Biography, with a brief section on his stay in Mexico. BLANQUET, Josias Braun. See BRAUN-BLANQUET, Josias. BLANTON, (Wyndham Boiling). 1936: "A sixteenth century Mexican herbal." (Ann. Med. Hist., n.s. 8: 180.) Publ. as William B. History and brief description of the Badianus ms. (q.v. under Cruz, Martín de la).

^¡LAMNUHEM 1942. "Medical references in Bernai Diaz' account of the discovery and conquest of Mexico, 1517-1521." (Ann. Med. Hist., I l l , 4: 399-405.) Quotes description of the botanical garden of Montezuma and refers to plants seen in the markets. BLARINGHEM, Louis. 1924. "Note sur l'origine du mais." (Ann. Sci. Nat. X, 6: 245-263, illus.) "Metamorphose de l'Euchlaena en Zea." 1937. "Origine et destiñee du mais à graines multipliés." (Ann. Sci. Nat. X, 19: 33-42, 1 pl.) "Contribution a l'hérédité des caractères acquis de Zea mays var. polysperma." BLASCO, Antonio. 1876. "La villa de Papantla y sus terrenos." Coazintla, 22 p., ms.— SMGE. With a considerable section devoted to vanilla. BLASQUEZ. See under BLAZQUEZ. BLAY LOPEZ, Francisco. 1929. "Causas que modifican los caracteres morfológicos, histológicos y farmacológicos de los vegetales." México, 98 p., typed. Thesis, chem., UNAM. With drawings of sections of various plants to help in histologic identification; also suggestions for chemical identification and recognition of substitutes. BLAYDES, Glenn William. 1953. "The romance of domesticated plants." (Ann. Rep. Smithson. Inst. 1955, for 1954, p. 317-336, 11 pl., bibl.). Repr. from Ohio Jour. Sci. 5 3 ( 4 ) : 193-215, illus., 1953; also as Publ. 558, Dept. Bot. Pl. Path. Ohio St. Univ. (Pres. Address, Ohio Acad. Sci., April 24, 1953). Discussion of the importance of seed plants, of heritable variations in seeds, and mutations. BLAZQUEZ, Ignacio. See also BARCENA, Mariano et al, 1877-1881; 1877-1882; BLAZQUEZ, Pedro é Ignacio, 1865; COLLANTES, Agustín Estéban and ALFARO, 1870. 1879. "Catálogo de las especies y variedades de maguey que crecen y se cultivan en los Llanos de Apam." ( Rev. Cient. Méx. 1 ( 1 ) : 1-3, illus., 1879; also in Esc. Agrie. 1: 114-117, 1879.) Includes those that grow near Cholula; gives common and scientific names, and uses. Drawings illustrate leaf margins of 33 varieties. According to León, "la lámina y la nomenclatura Nahuatl y vulgar de los magueyes de Apam está copiada, sin indicarlo, de la obra de Sánchez Mora, q.v." BLAZQUEZ, Pedro. See also COLLANTES, Agustín Esteban, and AFARO, 1870. BLAZQUEZ, Pedro é Ignacio. 1865. Memoria sobre el maguey Méxicano. México, 32 p., 2 pl. Repr. in (Mexicano 2: 99, 110, 115, 124, 1866.); also under the title "El maguey," in Diccionario de agricultura," 1870 ed. by Collantes and Alfaro, q.v., and, fide León, repr. in Toluca, 1889. Detailed description and discussion of uses. The name of the plant is changed to Agave maximilianea, in honor of Maximilian and Carlota. BLAZQUEZ, Pedro. 1873. Noches del verano ó estudios familiares sobre historia natural. Puebla, 165 p.-CU-B. Conversation between father and sons on various branches of botany; examples are based on Mexican plants. BLAZQUEZ HNOS (Hermanos, Pedro and Ignacio). See also BAZ, Gustavo Adolfo, and GALLO, 1874; BLAZQUEZ, Pedro é Ignacio, 1865. BLEGNY, Nicolas de. 1687. Le bon usage du thé, café, et du chocolat. Paris, 358 p.— PPAmP. General dissertation; mainly on preparation and use. BLOCH, Robert. See SINNOTT, Edmund W., and BLOCH, 1943.

BLUMER BLOCK, Harry. See PRESCOTT, William Hickling, 1843. BLOM, Frans Ferdinand. See also BALLINAS, Juan (1876-1877); NUTTALL, Zelia, 1929; TORRE, Tomás de la (1544-1545). 1923. I de store skove breve fra Meksiko. K^benhavn, 230 p., illus., map.—NN. Letters, with scattered references to plants. BLOM, Frans, and Oliver LA FARGE. 1926-1927. Tribes and temples, New Orleans, 2 vols., illus., map. With passing references to plants seen on trip through Veracruz, Tabasco, and Chiapas. Vocabularies of native languages, mainly of Chiapas, are included. BLOM, Frans. 1945. "Cacao y chocolate." (Esta Sem.: 32-36, Oct. 27; 32-36, Nov. 3; in Spanish and English. On Theobroma cacao. 1945a. "You have no idea." (Mex. Amer. Rev. 1 3 ( 2 ) : 8-10, illus.) On the chicle industry. BLOM, Frans, and Gertrude DUBY. 1949. "Entre los Indios Lacandones de México." (Amer. Indig. 9: 155-164, 1 pl.).—PU—Mu. With references to plants used. 1949a. "En la selva Chiapaneca." (Mañana Feb. 26: 38-44, Mar. 5: 35-41, Mar. 12: 36-43, Mar. 19: 28-35, illus.) A story of experiences in the area, with some references to plants. 1955. La selva Lacandona. México, 448 p., illus., map. Vivid descriptions of life and experiences in the jungle, with scattered references to plants. BLOM, Frans. 1956. "Vida precortesiana del indio Chiapaneco de hoy." In Estudios antropológicos publicado en homenaje al Dr. Manuel Gamio, publ. by Univ. Nac., México, (City) México, p. 277-285, illus. With reference to the significance of the ceiba in their lives. BLOOM, Edward V. 1960. "La estructura interna de Ariocarpus fissuratus." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 5 ( 3 ) : 62-65, illus.) BLOUNT, A. E. (Ainsworth E . ) . 1894. "Cañaigre." (N. Mex. Coll. Agr. Mech. Arts, Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 14: 37-44.) A general article on Rumex hymenosepalus. BLOUNT, Sir Thomas Pope, bart. 1693. A natural history. London, 469 p. "Containing many, rather uncommon, observations extracted out of the best modern writers." Gives descriptions and uses of a wide variety of products - animal, vegetable, and mineral. BLOYER (sic.) See LLOYD, Curtis Gates, and LLOYD, 1903. BLUME, C. L. See BLUME, Karel Lodewijk. BLUME, Karel Lodewijk (Karl Ludwig; also cited as Carl L.). 1849-1856. Museum Botanicum Lugduno-Batavum. Lugduni-Batavum, 2 vols (vol. 1, 24 nos. and 59 pl.; vol. 2, 16 nos. and 58 pl.).—DA (copy incomplete ?, only to p. 256). "Stirpium exoticarum novarum vel minus cognitarum ex vivis aut siccis brevis expositio et descriptio." In vol. 2 there are descriptions of Boehmeria ulmifolia Wedd. and Phenax galeottianus Bl., both from Mexico. BLUMER, J. C. (Jacob Corwin). 1910. "Mistletoe in the southwest." (PI. World 1 3 ( 1 0 ) : 240-246.) Descriptions of 8 species in 2 genera, with hosts, and distribution by zones. The genera are Phoradendron and Razoumofskya. 1911. "Notes on the distribution of Castilleja on the Mexican boundary." (Muhlenbergia 7: 65-71.) Includes C. laxa, C. integra, C. lanata, C. minor, all Gray species, and C. patriótica Femald, all from Mexico. 1912. "Notes on the phytogeography of the Arizona desert." (PI. World 1 5 ( 8 ) : 183-189.) Descriptions of plants, with common and scientific names, and distributions.


BOECKELER Trans, by José Ramírez as "Las plantas alexiteras de la América" in (An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx. 1: 323-332, 1894.)

See EUPHRASEN, Bengt Anders, 1795.

BLUNT, Wilfred. 1950. The art of botanical illustrations. London (also New York, 1951), 304 p., 45 pl., 61 figs., bibl. Done with the assistance of Wm. T. Stearn. Includes a discussion of the Sessé and Mociño plates and their history; also references to drawings in Hernández and in the Badianus herbal. On the latter, mentions "a free version of the Badianus herbal, probably made in Italy about the year 1600, in the Royal Library in Windsor, entitled Erbe medicinali del Messico, o libellus de medicinalibus Indorum herbis." See also G. Gabrieli, 1929, and 1940.

Includes antidotes against the poisons, with descriptions of the plants, their habitat, and synonymy; many Mexican plants are included. The translation covers only the part that refers to Mexico. 1892-1893. Travaux publiés par El Estudio (Instituto Médico Nacional de México). Travaux de matière médicale et de botanique pure. Sect. 1, 2; fase. 1, 2. 31, 40 p. Ed. Française. PPCP. For the originals of those published in the first fascicle, see Herrera, Alfonso L., Thevetia, 1890, and Méndez Estrada, F., Xanthoxylum, 1879. For those published in the 2d fascicle, see Altamirano, F., axocopaque, 1889; Cicero, R. E., Aristolochia, 1890 and chicalote, 1891; Ortega, A., chicalote, 1877; Artigas, G. R., flor de Noche Buena, 1880 and Río de la Loza, F., colorín, 1877. The articles by Cicero were done originally with A. L. Herrera; the first is assigned by Bocquillon to Herrera, the second to Altamirano and Herrera. Also in the 2d fascicle, on p. 40, are two lists; one by M. Pecho Toro, entitled "Liste des plantes medicinales recueilliés près de la ville de Tlaxcala," cites 14 plants, with common and scientific names, family and uses. The other, anonymous, entitled "Liste des plantes qui croissent en abondance près de la ville de Patzcuaro," cites 35 species, by scientific names.

BLY, Nellie (pseud.) See COCHRANE, Elizabeth. BLYTHE, Samuel G. 1931. "Taming the wild guayule." (Sat. Eve. Post, May 2, 28-30, 106, 109, 110, illus.) History and development of the industry. BOAS, Franz. 1917. "El dialecto Mexicano de Pochutla, Oaxaca." (Int. Jour. Amer. Ling. 1 ( 1 ) : 9-44). With a Pochutla-Castellano vocabulary and vice versa. BOAS, Friedrich. See also LOESENER, Th., 1910-1922. 1912. "Beitraege zur anatomie und systematik der Simarubaceen." (Beth. Bot. Centralbl. 2 9 ( 1 ) : 303-356, 8 figs.); from his Inaug. Diss. Muenchen, 1912, 58 p., (not seen). New species from this are described also in (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 13: 288-290, 1914). A detailed study with a conspectus of genera and species, and geographic distribution. New species described from Mexico include: Castela salubris which was described earlier from Oaxaca and Tamaulipas in Loesener, Fedde Rep. 12: 223, 1913. q.v. BOBART, Jacob.

1901. "Etude botanique et pharmacologique Paris, 125 p., 4 pl. Thesis, Univ. Paris. With a key and descriptions. BODOQUE, L. E.

BOBROV, A. E. 1962. "A comparative study of the leaf epidermis and stornata of the family Cycadaceae." (Bot. Zhur. 4 7 ( 6 ) : 806-820, illus.; with an English summ.) A study, based on 33 species in 9 genera, is summarized in a key to the genera and a suggested phylogenetic scheme.

I. "Die Cypereen, Scirpeen und Hypolytreen." With a conspectus generum which includes many Mexican plants. II. "Rhynchosporeen."


III. "Sclerieen und Cariceen."

1955. "Apology to the cactus." (Americas 7 ( 9 ) : 15-17, illus.) Popular article on uses, and the place of cacti in the life of Latin America; with interesting illustrations. Scientific names are given for some of the plants.

1878. "Diagnosen theils neuer theils ungenuegend beschriebener bekannter Cyperaceen." (Flora 61: 28-32, 33-41). With descriptions of Cyperus semiochraceus, C. schaffneri, and Carex schaffneri. 1880. "Diagnosen neuer Cyperaceen." (Flora 63:435-440.) Heleocharis triflora from Mexico is included. 1882. "Neue Cyperaceen." (Flora 65: 25-31, 59-64.) Includes Scleria bourgeaui from Orizaba, S. hirta from Cordova, and Carex longicaulis from the valley of Mexico. 1886. "Neue Cyperaceen von Argentinien, Mexiko, Alaska, und dem Kilimandscharo." (Bot. Jahrb. 7:273-280.)

BOCK, Hieronymus (also known as Tragus). 1539. Kreuterbuch. Strassburg, 1587, 454 p., illus. - NNBG. First ed., 1539 as New kreutter buch. Transi, into Latin by Wendel Ribel (V. Ribelius) as De stirpium and pubi. 1552, 1200 p., illus. Brit. Mus. Cat. cites a 1552 ed. with David Kyber as translator. Capsicum.

BOCK, Thor Methven. See GILKEY, Jay E., 1944; MARSHALL, William Taylor and BOCK, 1941; SOULAIRE, J., 1946-1949.

Plants from Mexico, all collected by Schaffner are: Cyperus schaffneri, Heleocharis schaffneri, Scirpus schaffneri, Fuirena repens, and Carex fuscolutea. 1888-1890. Beitraege zur kenntnis der Cyperaceen. Varel a. d. Jade, 2 vols. (53 and 43 p . ) - D A .

BOCQUILLON, Henri. 1861-1862. "Revue du groupe des Verbenacées." (Adansonia 2: 81-165, 3 pl.; amplified to include classification, and pubi, with the same title Paris, 187 p., 20 pl., 1861-1863.) A detailed study of flower and leaf morphology with the emphasis on the former. Descriptions of distinguishing characters are given for each genus with special descriptions for selected species, e.g., Blairia mexicana, Lontana camara, etc.

Both are subtitled "Cyperaceae novae." Heleocharis áurea from San Luís Potosí and H. exilis from Mexico are included. 1889. "Ueber die von Liebmann in Mexico gesammelten Cyperaceae." (Bot. Jahrb. 1: 362-364.) Species named by Liebmann as new, but which were actually synonyms for plants already known, are given the appropriate equivalents. 1896. "Diagnosen neuer Cyperaceen." (Allg. Bot. Zeitschr. 2: 1-3.) Includes C. botteri n. sp. from Mexico and C. schmitzianus. These are cited incorrectly in Ind. Kew. as from ( 1: 226, 227, 1895).

1866-1867. "Mémoire sur le groupe des Tiliacées." (Adansonia 7: 17-64.) Résumé of former systems of classification and a discussion of the family, grouped into 11 tribes, with the genera in each. BOCQUILLON-LIMOUSIN, Henri. 1891. Les plantes alexitères de l'Amérique.

See L. E.

BOECKELER, Otto. See also LOESENER, Th., 1894-1923. 1857. "Neue Mexicanische Cyperaceen." (Flora 40: 33-38.) Descriptions of 7 species in 6 genera. 1867-1877. "Die Cyperaceen des Koeniglichen Herbariums zu Berlin." (Linnaea 35: 397-612, 1867-1868; 36: 271-512, 691-768. 1869-1870; 37: 1-142, 520-647, 1871-1873; 38: 223-544, 1874; 39:1-152, 1875; 40:327-452, 1876; 41:145-356, 1877. ) See Svenson, H. K., "Dates of Boeckeler's Cyperaceae" in (Rhodora 41: 313, 1939).

See MORISON, Robert, 1680, 1694.

For a Mexican plant, see reference to

des Xanthoxylées."

Paris, 120 p. — DAFM. 142

BOEDEKER BOEDEKER, Fr. 19J1. "Mammillaria ottonis Pfeiff., Mammillaria golziana Ferd. Haage jun. und Mammillaria bussleri Mündt." ( Monatsch. Kakteenk. 21: 140-142.) With a history of the three species and a table to distinguish them. 1912. "Mammillaria verhaertiana Boedeker spec, nov." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 22: 152-155, illus.) "Heimat unbekannt, aber wahrscheinlich Mexico." 1913. "Ueber einige Coryphanthen und deren blueten." ( Monatsch. Kakteenk. 23: 45-47.) Special description of Mammillaria golziana Ferd. Hge. jun., and brief references to flowers of other species of Mammillaria. 1914. "Mammillaria guerkeana Boedeker spec, nov." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 24:52-55, illus.) Locality is given just as Mexico. 1915. "Mammillaria multihamata Boedeker spec, nov." ( Monatsch. Kakteenk. 25: 76-80, illus.) Locality is given just as Mexico. 1917. "Nochmals weitere beobachtungen erfahrungen und ansichten." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 27: 1-6, illus.) On various species of Mammillaria, esp. M. bussleri Mündt, M. ottonis Pfeiff., and M. golziana Ferd. Haage, Jr. 1918. "Mammillaria erythrosperma Boed. spec, nov." (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 28: 101-105, illus.) Habitat is given just as Mexico. 1919. "Mammillaria hirsuta Boed. spec, nov." ( Monatsch. Kakteenk. 29: 130-132, illus.) From Mexico. 1920. "Mammillaria graessneriana Boed. spec, nov." ( Monatsch. Kakteenk. 30: 84-87, illus.) From Mexico. 1924. "Mammillaria moelleriana Boed. spec, nov." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 1: 213-214, illus.) From Durango. 1924. 1928. "Mammillaria scheeri Muehlenpf. und andere Coryphanthen." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 1: 117-120.) Particularly on its relationships to M. valida Purp., Echinocactus saltillensis Pos., and E. poselgerianus Dietr. See also "Ueber Mammillaria scheeri Muehlenpf. und Mammillaria valida Purp." (syn. Mam. saltillensis Boed.) (3: 268-270, illus., 1928, photos by A. Kreyenkamp and Fr. de Laet). 1925. "Mammillaria gladiispina Boed. n. sp." ( Zeitschr. Sukk. 2: 120-121, illus.) From Coahuila. 1926. "Porfiria coahuilensis Boed. gen. et spec, nova." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 2: 210-213, illus.) From Coahuila. 1926a. "Mammillaria baumii Boed. spec, nov." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 2: 238-242, illus.) Detailed description of a plant found in Tamaulipas. 1927. "Drei neue Mammillarien." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3:72-77, illus.) Descriptions of M. waltherii from Coahuila, M. viereckii from Tamaulipas, and M. gasseriana from southwestern Coahuila. 1927a. "Mammillaria klissingiana Boed. spec, nov." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 123-124, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1928. "Zwei neue Coryphanthen." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 205-208, illus.) C. unicornis from Coahuila and C. vaupeliana from Tamaulipas. 1928a. "Echinocactus schmiedickeanus Boed. spec, nov." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 229-230, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1928b. "Mammillaria (Coryphantha) andreae J. A. Purpus und Boedeker n. spec." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 251-252, illus.) From Veracruz.

BOEDEKER 1928c. "Mammillaria esseriana Boed. spec, nov." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 289-291, illus.) Extends from southern Mexico to Middle America. 1928d. "Echinocactus ritterii Boed. sp. n." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3:305306, illus.) From Nuevo León. 1928e. "Ueber Mammillaria conoidea P.DC und Mammillaria grandiflora Otto." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 312-314, illus.) Detailed discussion of the differences between the two. 1928f. "Mammillaria aurihamata Boed." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 340-342, illus.) Description of a new species from central Mexico. 1928g. "Mammillaria durispina Boed." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 342-343, illus.) Description of a new species from central Mexico. 1928h. "Zwei neue Echinocacteen." (Zeitschr. Sukk. 3: 362-364, illus.) Echinocactus sauerii from Tamaulipas and E. roseanus from Coahuila. 1929. "Coryphantha pseudo-echinus Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 17-20, 2 illus.) From Coahuila. 1929a. "Echinocactus ritterii Boed." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 52.) Elevates it to a new genus, Aztekium, with one sp., A. ritterii. 1929b. "Mammillaria roseoalba Boed. sp. nova." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 87-88, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1929c. "Mammillaria winteriae Boed. sp. nova." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 119-120, illus.) From Nuevo León. 1929d. "Mammillaria zahniana Boed. u. Ritter n. sp." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 120-122, illus.) From Coahuila. 1929e. "Coryphantha roederiana Boed. spec, nova." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 153-154, illus.) From southern Coahuila. 1929f. "Mammillaria ritteriana Boed. sp. n. (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 173-174, illus.) From Coahuila. 1929g. "Coryphantha bergeriana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 191-192, illus.) From southern Nuevo León. 1929h. "Coryphantha asperispina Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 192-194, illus.) From Coahuila. 1929i. "Mammillaria albicoma Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 241-242, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1929, 1930. "Coryphantha werdermannii Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 1: 155-157, illus.) From Coahuila; description of the flower is given on p. 243, and in (2: 220-221, illus., 1930). 1930. "Coryphantha muehlbaueriana Boed. spec, nov." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 18-22, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1930a. "Coryphantha speciosa Boed. spec, nov." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 23-24, illus.) From Coahuila. 1930b. "Coryphantha obscura Boedeker sp. nov." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2:25-26, illus.) Trans, into English and repr. in (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. 4 ( 4 ) : 258, 264, illus. on cover, 1932). Plant is from northern Nuevo León. 1930c. "Ariocarpus scapharostrus Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 60-61, illus.) From Nuevo León.



1932. "Coryphantha vogtherriana Werd. et Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 32-34, illus.) From San Luís Potosí. 1932a. "Mammillaria knebeliana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 52-54, illus.) From San Luis Potosí. 1932b. "Coryphantha calcarata Eng." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 71-73, illus.) With references to other species of Coryphantha as well. 1932c. "Mammillaria posseltiana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 99-100, illus.) From Guanajuato. 1932d. "Eigenartiges ueber verschiedene Mammillarien." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 116-122, illus.) Discussion of M. micromeris Engl, and var. greggii Engl., M. boedekeriana Quehl., M. armillata K. Brand., and M. fraileana Br. et Rose. 1932e. "Mammillaria sinistrohamata Boed. sp. n.' (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 162-164, illus.) from Zacatecas. 1932f. "Mammillaria wagneriana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 199-201, illus.) From Zacatecas. 1932g. "Mammillaria weingartiana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 4: 219-220, illus.) From Nuevo León. 1933. "Mammillaria halbingeri Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 9-10, illus.) From Oaxaca. 1933a. "Mammillaria brauneana Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde. 113114, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1933b. "Ueber Coryphantha pycnacantha Mart, und ueber Coryphantha reduncuspina Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 153-154, illus.) The latter is from Oaxaca. 1933c. "Mammillaria fobeana Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 154-156, illus.) Habitat is given as "Mexico?" 1933d. "Mammillaria icamolensis Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 168169, illus.) From Nuevo León.

BOEDEKER-continued 1930d. "Mammillaria pubispina Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 61-63, illus.) From Hidalgo. Deut. 1930e. "Mammillaria rettigiana Boed. sp. n.' (Monatsch. Kakt. Ges. 2: 98-99, illus.) From southwestern Hidalgo. 1930f. "Pelecyphora plumosa Boed. und Ritter sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 116-118, illus.) From Coahuila; changed on p. 147-148 to Echinocactus valdezianus (Moeller) Boed. 1930g. "Echinocactus knuthwnus Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 139-141, illus.) From San Luís Potosí. 1930h. "Eine neue eigenartige Coryphantha." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 168-170, illus.) C. odorata sp. n. from Tamaulipas and San Luís Potosí. 1930i. "Mammillaria erectohamata Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 189-191, illus.) From San Luís Potosí. 1930], "Coryphantha zilziana." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2 : 2 3 3 234, illus.) From Coahuila. 1930k. "Mammillaria orcuttii." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 2: 258259, illus.) From Puebla. 1931. "Ueber einige schwierig zuerkennende Coryphanthen." "Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 12-15, illus.) With illustrations of C. scolymoides Scheidw., C. cornifera P. DC. and C. daemonoceras Lern. 1931a. "Etwas ueber Nieder Californien und seine Mammillarien und Echinocacteen." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3 : 3 6 - 3 7 . ) An extract from a letter sent by Friedrich Ritter of Saltillo, on a trip down the length of the peninsula. 1931b. "Was ist Mammillaria brandegeei Eng. und was ist Mamillaria gabbii Eng.? (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 50-52, illus.) Both are from Lower California. 1931c. "Mammillaria surculosa Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 78-80, illus.) From Tamaulipas. 1931d. "Ueber Mammillaria (Neomammillaria) saffordii Rose und Mammillaria carrettii Reb. cat." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 80-81, illus.) 1931e. "Mammillaria balsasensis Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 121-122, illus.) From Guerrero. 1931f. "Coryphantha georgii Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 163-164, illus.) From San Luís Potosí. 1931g. "Ueber Mammillaria painteri Rose, Mammillaria erythrosperma Boed. und deren varietaet similis De Laet." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 194-197, illus.) With illustrations of the last two. 1931h. "Mammillaria blossfeldiana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 209-210, illus.) From Lower California. 1031i. "Coryphantha longicornis Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 249-251, illus.) From northern Durango. 1931j. "Cereus schmollii spec, nov." (Monatsch. Deut. Kakt. Ges. 3: 251-253, illus.) Locality is given only as Mexico. 1931k. "Mammillaria zeilmanniana Boed. sp. n." (Monatsch. Kakt. Ges. 3:227-228, illus.) From Guanajuato. 19311. "Ueber Mammillaria pygmaea Rose." (Monatsch. Deut. Ges. 3: 278-280, illus.)

1933e. "Weiteres zu Mammillaria balsasensis Boed." (Kakteenkunde: 195, illus.) Detailed description of flowers; the plant is from Michoacán. 1933f. "Mammillaria wiesingeri Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 204, illus.) From Hidalgo. 1933g ."Mammillaria leucantha Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 233234, illus.) From San Luís Potosí. 1933h. Ein Mammillarien Vergleichs schluessel. Koeln, 62 p. — IBMéx. Valuable key to many species — most of them Mexican — with new species included. Brief descriptions are added, with a listing of states where they are found. 1934. "Mammillaria haehneliana Boed. sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 2728, illus.) From Jalisco. 1934a. "Ueber Mammillaria (Neomammillaria) jaliscana Britt. and Rose." (Kakteenkunde: 75, illus.) Detailed description; original habitat is given as "Mexiko, 1934b. "Mammillaria picta Meinshausen, eine nicht mehr bekannte art." (Kakteenkunde: 86-87.) Detailed description; original habitat is given as "Mexiko, Rio Blanca (sic)." 1934c. "Ueber Mammillaria formosa (Gal.) Schiedw." (Kakteenkunde: 146-147, illus.) From southeastern Coahuila and adjoining Nuevo León.



With a translation of Rose's description.



BOEHMER 1934d. "Mammillaria saetigera Boed. and Tieg., sp. n." ( Kakteenkunde: 190-191, illus.) From Querétaro. 1937. "Mammillaria unihamata Boed., sp. n." (Kakteenkunde: 4041, illus. ) From Nuevo León. 1937a. "Mammillaria cephalophora Quehl, 1914." (Kakteenkunde: 172, illus. ) Description of a plant from San Luís Potosí; posthumous article, with comments by W. v. Roeder. BOEHMER, Georg Rudolf. 1799. Commentatio botanico-literaria de plantis. Lipsiae, 233 p.—DA. "In memoriam cultorum nominatus"; list of plant names, with information about people for whom plants were named. 1802. Lexicon rei herbariae. Lipsiae, 392 p. — DA. A dictionary of terms for descriptions of plants, with derivations of plant names. BOEMUS, Johann.

See TAMARA, Francisco, 1556.

BOER, P(etrus) de. 1875. "Agave americana L." (Sieboldia 1: 201-204). Detailed descriptions of the plant and its uses. BOERHAAVE, Herman. 1710. Index plantarum. Leyden, 278 p. This was followed by Index alter plantarum, Leyden, 1720, 2 vols, in one — DA. "Quae in Horto Académico Lugduno Batavo reperiuntur." 1727. Historia plantarum. Roma, 2 vols, in one, 698 p. On plants which grew in the Leyden Botanical Garden. BOERHAVE BEEKMAN, W„ ed. 1950. Bossen, bomen en hout van thans; de voornamste bostypen en houtsorten der wereld (Forests, trees and timbers of the present — the outstanding forest types and timber varieties of the world). Vol. 3 of Hout in alie tijden, Deven ter (Djakarta), 800 p., 1043 illus., maps, bibl. - DA. The part on the primeval forest of North America includes a section on Mexico (p. 769-775) divided as follows: bosbezit en bos complexen (forest associations), de voornamste naald hout bomen (needle-leaved trees), de voornamste loofhout bomen (broad-leaved trees). BOERICKE, Garth W. 1946. "A reproving of Cactus grandiflora with laboratory data." (Jour. Amer. Inst. Homeop. 3 9 ( 6 ) : 194-196, 212.) Repr. in Spanish trans, as "Cactus grandiflorus" in ( Med. Homeop. M ex. 2 ( 2 ) : 57-60, 1947). Reports on tests using 9 human subjects. BOERY, Pascal. 1888. Plantes oléagineuses. Paris, 160 p., 22 fig. - PPF. Covers description, place of origin, culture, and production of the various plants. In an additional section on intertropical food plants, there is a special treatise on cacao. BOESE, Emil.

See VARIOUS, 1912-1913.

BOETIGER, Maria. 1950. "Catemaco — región de Los Tuxtlas." (Veracruz 7 ( 6 ) : 17-22.) With a list of plants, cited by common names only. BOGIN, Clifford. 1955. "Revision of the genus Sagittaria (Alismataceae)." (Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 9 ( 2 ) : 179-233, illus., maps.) With a key to subgenera and species; 7 taxa are described which range into Mexico. BOGUSCH, Edwin Robert. 1951. "Climatic limits affecting the distribution of mesquite (Prosopis juliflora) in Texas." (Tex. Jour. S ci. 3 ( 4 ) : 554-558, map.) Discusses its origin and spread, and the factors involved. BOGUSLAWSKI, Dr. v. 1848. "Die beschreibung seiner reise von Vera Cruz nach der haupstadt im Januar 1846." ( Vebersicht Arb. Schles. Ges. Vaterl. Kult. 1847: 186-192.) (Is this B. Boguslawski?) With observations on plants seen along the way.

BOGUSLAWSKI, B. von. 1851. Ueber Deutsche colonisation in Mexico. Berlin, 120 p. "Ein bericht des Herrn B. von Boguslawski an den Berliner Verein zur Centralisation Deutscher Auswanderung Colonisation." - PU. Natural products are considered on p. 66-84, with a special section on each crop. A section by Hugo Finke (p. 108-120) "die umgebung von S. Juan Coscomatepec, Huatusco, Orizava, and Cordova" lists plants in the area; both common and scientific names are given. BOHN, Guy Weston. 1950. BOHN, Henry George.

See WHITAKER, Thomas W., and BOHN, See GORDON, George 1858.

BOIS, Désiré Georges Jean Marie. See also CONSTANTIN, Julien and BOIS, 1916; DIGUET, Leon, 1928. 1888. "Les cactées utiles." (Bull. Soc. Nat. d'Acclim. IV, 5 : 6 4 1 656, illus.) Among the genera discussed are Opuntia, Cereus (with reference to the "suwarrow"), Echinocactus, Mammillaria, and Anhalonium. Spanish translation, by Manuel Urbina, was published in (Naturaleza II, 1: 270-277, 1889). BOIS, D., and P. MAURY. 1889. "Les anones." (Jardin 3:90-91, 124-126, illus.) Repr. anonymously in (Amer. Gard. 10: 435, illus., 1889), as "The custard apple." On various species of Anona (Annona), with descriptions, uses and common names. BOIS, D. 1891. "La chayote." (Naturaliste II, 5: 170-171, illus.) With a description, and data on culture. 1893. Les Orchidées. Paris, 323 p., 119 illus., bibl.-MBH. One chapter is on geographic distribution with a key for classification. A list of species is included with descriptions, localities, notes, and bibliography. 1893-1899. Dictionnaire d'horticulture. Paris, 1227 p., illus. - NNBG. Illus. by H. Gillet, A. Jobin, and L. Planet; some in color. Prepared with the help of many collaborators; descriptions of new species are included. 1901. "Sur les tubercles du Phyllactis." (Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. Paris 7: 188-189, illus.) Discusses uses of the plant, from information provided by Alfred Dugés. 1904. "Sur l'acocote (acocotli)." (Bull. Soc. Nat. d'Accl. 51: 116117.) Identified as Arracacia dugesii Coult. et Rose, an "ombellifère alimentaire du Mexique"; attempts to grow it in France are reported. BOIS, D., et Léon DIGUET. 1914. "Une plante alimentaire peu connue du Mexique." (Agr. Prat. Pays. Chauds. 14: 257-265.) On Dalembertia populifolia Bâillon; the edible tubercles are called jicama de baryta or jicama del cerro. Three other species of Dalembertia in Mexico are also described: D. platanoides, D. hahniana, and D. triangularis. BOIS, D„ and J. GEROME. 1920. "La chilacayote du Mexique." (Bull. Mus. d'Hist. Nat. Paris 26: 675-678.) The authors discuss the history of Cucurbita ficifolia Bouche and conclude that it is native to Mexico, and not originally from Asia. BOIS, D. 1926. "Léon Diguet." (Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. Paris 32: 333-335.) Biography, with references to his travels in Mexico, and a list of his publications. 1927-1828. Les plantes alimentaires chez tous les peuples et à travers les ages. Paris, 4 vols. Vol. 1 — Phanérogames legumières; vol. 2 — Phanérogames fruitières; vol. 3 — Plantes à épices; vol. 4 — Les plantes à boissons.

BOISSEVAIN BOISSEVAIN, Charles Hercules, and Carol DAVIDSON. 1940. Colorado cacti. Pasadena, 71 p., illus. Illustrated guide with keys, descriptions, and notes. BOISSIER, Edmond Pierre. 1860. Centuria Euphorbiarum. Leipzig, 40 p. — DA. Descriptions of Mexican species are included. 1866. Icones Euphorbiarum. Paris, 24 p., 120(i.e. 122) pi. - DA. With notes on the classification and geographical distribution. The plates of 122 species are by Heylans. BOITEAU, P.

See BOURIQUET, G„ and BOITEAU, 1937.

BOIVIN, Bernard. 1944. "American Thalictra and their Old World allies." (Rhodora 46: 337-377, 391-445, 453-487, illus.; Contr. Gray Herb., 152.) History, morphology and taxonomy, keys to subgenera, sections, subsections, and species with descriptions and distribution. Illustrations are supplied for flower or fruits of 114 species. New taxa from Mexico include 11 new species and a number of new varieties. 1956. "Les families de Tracheophytes." (Bull. Soc. Bot. France 103: 490-505.) With a synopsis of orders and families, and alphabetical indices of orders and families, the latter with synonyms. BOJORQUEZ, Juan de Dios (published under the name Djed B6rquez). 1937. Islas Marias. Mexico, 183 p., illus. — MN Mex. With a section on the flora, giving common and scientific names for the plants, as classified by Alfonso Madariaga.

BOLLE 1961. "Structure and development of the shoot in Dolicothele." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 48: 316-321, illus., bibl.) Studies of D. sphaerica and D. longimamma, both from Mexico, indicate that Coryphantha vivipara and closely allied species are the nearest extant relatives of Dolicothele. It would therefore be inconsistent to return Dolicothele to Mammillaria, as suggested by some. 1961a. "Areole dimorphism in Coryphantha. (Amer. Jour. Bot. 48: 593-603, illus., bibl.) Studies of C. clava and C. erecta, both from Mexico. 1962. "A botanist looks at Mexico." (Bios 3 3 ( 4 ) : 187-199.) With a discussion of the vegetation in general and special references to cactus collecting. Pereskia pititache replaces P. conzattii. BOLANDER, Henry Nicholas. See CURRAN, Mary K. (1884?) 1885. BOLANOS, Bricia Vallejo.


BOLANOS, Juan N. See also ALVAREZ, Manuel Francisco, 1900. 1838. "Maíz." (Día (Oaxaca) 2: 50-51.) Pubi, anonymously. On its composition and its uses. 1838a. "Zumaque." (Dia (Oaxaca) 2: 227.) Pubi, anonymously. The author is Bolaños, according to N. León. On the genus Rhus. 1841. "Arbol de Santa María del Tule." (Mos. Mex. 5: 77-80, illus. Repr. in Bol. Soc. Mex. Geog. Est. 5: 363-366, 1857.) Repr. also in Las ruinas de Miña y la arquitectura, México, 1900, p. 3-6, q.v. This was ed. by Manuel Francisco Alvarez; he cites the original date as 1840. On the famous specimen of Taxodium in Oaxaca. (1841a.) "El sabino gigantesco de Santa Maria del Tule." Rev. 18 ( 9 4 6 ) : 15, illus. 1928.)

BOKARICA, Nick. 1961. "Convention bus trip to 'The Valley of the Old Men'." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 3 ( 5 ) : 151, 152, illus.) Description of a trip to the Barranca de Venado, in Hidalgo. The article is followed in ( 3 3 ( 6 ) : 168, illus.) with "A convention bus trip to the Tehuacan area."


Compare with the original work of 1841. BOLANOS, Virginia Arenas.


BOLDINGH, Isaac. 1909-1914. The flora of the Dutch West Indian Islands, St. Eustatius, Saba, and St. Martin. Part II is on The flora of Curacao, Aruba, and Bonaire. Leiden, 2 vols., illus., maps.

BOKE, Norman Hill. 1955. "Development of the vegetative shoot in Rhipsalis cassytha." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 42: 1-10, 23 figs.) With a review of the literature on the genus, and data on its distribution. 1955a. "Dimorphic areoles of Epithelantha." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 42: 725-733.) The author's studies of E. micromeris lead him to question the taxonomic position of the genus. 1956. "Developmental anatomy and the validity of the genus Bartschella." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 43:819-827, illus.) A study of B. schumannii (Hildman) from Baja California, leading to the conclusion that segregation of the species as a separate genus must be based upon the fruit alone. 1957. "Comparative histogenesis of the areoles in Homalocephala and Echinocactus." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 44: 368-380, 31 figs., illus.) Based on studies of H. texensis, E. horizonthalonius, and E. grusonii. 1957a. "Structure and development of the shoot in Toumeya." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 44: 888-889, 19 figs., bibl.) The study suggests a close relationship to Coryphantha. 1958. "Areole histogenesis in Mammillaria lasiacantha." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 45: 473-479, illus.)

Includes systematics, history, phytogeography and vegetation types; plants are listed by common names with scientific equivalents. BOLDO, Manuel Cetina.


BOLDO y GARCIA, Fr. Francisco ( ? ) . n.d. Diccionario de San Francisco-Maya-Spanish, Spanish-Maya. N. p., 101 (i.e., 202) p. Pubi, anonymously. Note in preface says it was probably written before 1690. Ms. photostat copy by W. E. Gates. - MH. BOLIO, Antonio Mediz.

See MEDIZ BOLIO, Antonio.

BOLIO, José A. 1914. Manuel práctico del henequén. - NjP.

Mérida, 1914, 191 p. 165 illus

Detailed work, mainly on culture, with a description of the plant. Varieties are listed according to Maya names. BOLIO ONTIVEROS, Edmundo. 1944. Diccionario histórico geográfico y biográfico México, 250 p., (cover is dated 1945) - NN.



The biographical section is useful.

Studies do not strongly support Buxbaum's proposal to separate this and related species into a new genus Ebnerella.


See CALZADILLA, J. M. et al,

1959. "Endomorphic and ectomorphic characters in Pelecyphora and Encephalocarpus. (Amer. Jour. Bot. 46: 197-209, 39 figs.) A study of 3 Mexican species: P. aselliformis Ehrenberg, P. valdeziana Moell., and E. strobiliformis (Werd.) Berger.

BOLL, Jacob. 1876. Ueber die befruchtung der Nordamerikanischen Dallas, 4 p., illus. — DA.

1960. "Anatomy and development in Solisia." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 47: 59-65, illus.) The seed structure indicates that it ought to be kept either as a separate genus or reunited with Mammillaria.

BOLLE, Carl.



A brief discussion of the relationship between the Pronuba moth and the fruiting of the Yucca. See SEEMANN, Berthold, 1857.

BOLLE, Friedrich. 146


BONAVIT 1913. "Existe el maíz silvestre?" (Gac. Agr. Vet. 4 ( 1 ) : 4-5.) On Zea mays. 1913a. "El maíz silvestre." (Gac. Agr. Vet. 4 ( 5 ) : 1-2.) Description of a specimen sent from Zamora, under the name of maíz de coyote. 1914. "Biografía." (Gac. Agr. Vet. 5 ( 5 ) : 9, port.) (Published anonymously. ) Biography of Cassiano Conzatti. 1914a. "La plaga de los ocotes y la conservación de los bosques." (Naturaleza III, 1, App.: 1-48.) Refers mainly to Pinus leiophylla and P. ayacahuite in the "monte de Cuautzingo, distrito de Jonacatepec, Morelos". 1919. "Saggio di carpología Messicana." (Ann. R. Acc. Agr. Torino 61: 305-312.) With a "sinonomia volgare e scientifica di alcune frutta Messicane," arranged alphabetically by common names, with scientific equivalents. 1919a. "El número de las plantas conocidas y la importancia de los jardines botánicos." (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est., V, 9: 173-188.) 1920-1921. "Enormes riquezas naturales de México." (Mem. Soc. Cient. Ant. Alzate 39: 395-404). On forest plants that provide other than timber materials. 1922. "Chenopodium amaranticolor." (Bol. Cam. Centr. Agr. Mexico 2 ( 8 ) : 228-232.) "Nuevo especie de la espinaca," for introduction into Mexico; the description is taken from Oreste Mattirolo, 1911, q.v.

1933. "Eine uebersicht ueber die gattung Geurn L. und die ihr nahestehenden gattungen." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. Beih. 72: 1-119.) On the morphology, biology, systematics, distribution, and phylogeny, with a conspectus of tribes, subtribes, genera and species, descriptions, and distribution of species; a résumé of distribution by genera is on p. 98-100. BOLOGNE, Franscisco (also as Francesco de). ca. 1540. "Lettre du Reverend Père Francesco de Bologne." In Voyages, relations et mémoires ( Ternaux-Compans ) 10: 205221, 1838; also in Marmocchi, Raccolta di viaggi 11: 547-558, 1840, q.v. The original was written in the time of Pope Paul III, (ca. 1540?). To Clemente de Morelia: "écrite de la ville de Mexico dans laquelle on fait connâitre . . . le bois, . . . la grande abondance de froment et d'autres grains." BOLTON, Herbert Eugene. 1944.

See also DUNNE, Peter Masten, 1940,

BOLTON, Herbert Eugene, ed. 1683-1711. Kino's historical memoir of Pimería Alta. Cleveland, 1919, 2 vols., illus., maps, bibl. "A contemporary account of the beginnings of California, Sonora, and Arizona," prepared from the original ms. in the Archives of Mexico, entitled "Favores Celestiales de Jesús y de Maria Santísima." There are scattered references to plants seen on the trip and in Vol. 2, Bk. 2, there is a chapter on the natural products of California. 18th cent. Anza's California expeditions. Berkeley, 1930, 5 vols., illus., maps. Includes 13 diaries of Juan Bautista Anza, one by Francisco Garces, Juan Diaz, Pedro Font, and Father Eixarch. Vol. 2 contains 8 diaries of the first Anza expedition, 3 of Anza's, 3 of Garces and 2 of Diaz. Vol. 3 covers the 2d Anza expedition, with one diary of Anza, one by Font, and one by Eixarch. Vol. 4 is Font's complete diary and Vol. 5 consists of correspondence. BOLUS, Harriet Margaret Louisa. 1955.

BONASTRE, Juan Panella. See PANELLA BONASTRE, Juan. BONATI, Gustave Henri. See also MAXIMOWICZ, C. J., 1888. 1910. "Contribution a l'étude du genre Pedicularis." (Mérn. Soc. Bot. France IV, 10: 1-35.) Discusses the history of the genus, and the systems of classification proposed by Maximowicz, 1888, q.v., and by Prain, 1890, in The species of Pedicularis of the Indian Empire and its frontiers, q.v. 1918. "Le genre Pedicularis L." Nancy. 168 p., bibl., 1 pl., diags. Thesis Univ. Nancy.—DA. Includes morphology, classification, geographic distribution, evolution and hybridization, with the emphasis on the last. In the 2d part there is a section on the "province Américaine," from the circumpolar province to Mexico, with a chart showing morphological characters and the percentage of endemics.

See JACOBSEN, Hermann, 1954-

BOMARE, Jacques Christophe Valmont de. BOMARE, Jacques Christophe. BOMHARD, Miriam Lucille.

BONAPARTE, Roland Napoleon, prince, et al. 1904. Le Mexique au debut du XXe siècle. Paris, 2 vols., illus., maps. Chapter on agriculture, by Hippolyte Gomot, includes wild as well as cultivated plants.


See WILSON, Charles Morrow, 1945.

BOMMELJE, C. 1938. "Astrophytum Lem." ( Succulenta 20: 85-91, illus.) With descriptions of six species. 1951. "Astrophytum." (Succulenta 5: 66-70, illus.) With descriptions of the most interesting species. BOMMER, J. E. 1858. "Necrologie." (Hort. Prat. 2: 94-96.) A biography of Henri Guillaume Galeotti, with a detailed account of his travels in Mexico. BONAFOUS, Louis Abel de ( a b b e de Fontenay). Joseph de, 1768-1795.

BONAVENTURA, G. 1958. "Erigeron karwinskianus DC. var. mucronatus DC. (Aschers.) a Perugia é a Lucca." (Nuovo Gior. Bot. Ital. 6 5 ( 4 ) : 879881.) Extension of range in Italy, for a plant introduced originally from Mexico.


BONAFOUS, Mathieu. See also RUIZ ERDOZAIN, Ernesto, 1914. 1829. "Note sur une nouvelle éspèce de mais." (Ann. S ci. Nat. 17: 156-158, illus.) On Zea hirta of California. 1836. Histoire naturelle agricole et économique du mais. Paris, 176 p., 19 pl. Also in (Bibl. Univ. Genève n.s. 4: 217-237, 1836, a résumé by A. De Candolle). Contains a discussion on the origin of maize, with a description of species, methods to be used in its culture, and uses.

BONAVIT, Julian. 1895. "Apuntes sobre el te nurite." Morelia, 4 lvs. (The ms. dated 1892) was accepted by the University in 1895. Thesis Univ. Morelia, Arch. On a species of Salvia. 1905. "El chupiren." (Per Of. Est. Mich. 13(104): 4-5.) Also in (Bol. Soc. Mich. Geog. Est. 1: 140, 1905). Covers the history, description, distribution, and use of the plant as a source of rubber. It is called also chupire, and is identified as Euphorbia calyculata. 1906. "El zacatón en Michoacán." (Bol. Soc. Mich. Geog. Est. 2: 38-39.) The plant is not identified; it is probably Epicampes. 1907. "El palo amarillo." (Bol. Soc. Mich Geog. Est. 3: 91-93, 106, 125, 136, 168.)

BONANSEA, Silvio (Sylvio) J. 1910. "Cultivos tropicales." (Gac. Agrie. Vet. 1 ( 6 ) : 6-12). Publ. anonymously. On el hule y guayule; included is an article by Koschny from El Hacendado Mexicano. The original of this has not been located.



BOND BONAVIT—continued Includes an article by Fernando Altamirano from the An. Inst. Méd. Nac. Méx., q.v.; identifies chupire as Euphorbia elastica, and palo amarillo as E. calyculata. BOND, T. E. T. 1938. "On the nomenclature of the currant tomato, Lycopersicum pimpinellifolium Mill." (Proc. Linn. Soc. London. 150: 181187, 2 pi.) BONDAROY, Auguste Denis Fougeroux de. See FOUGEROUX de BONDAROY, Auguste Denis. BONDT, Jakob de. See PISO, Guilielmo(us) or Willem, 1658.

See VARIOUS, 1903 i.

BONET, F. See KORNICKER, L. S. et al, 1959; VARIOUS, 1960 b. BONIFAZ, Luís de. BONILLA.

See ANONYMOUS n.d. ( 17th cent. ) b.

See VARIOUS, 1795-1796; ANONYMOUS, 1791.

BONILLA, Eduardo Pérez. BONILLA, José Arbol y.



BONILLA, Joseph Zambrano.


BONILLA, Luis Arturo González. Luís Arturo.



BONILLA, Manuel Diez de.

See DIEZ de BONILLA, Manuel.

BONILLA, Orlando Muñoz.



See DIEZ de BONILLA, Pedro.

See VARIOUS, 1960 b.

See VARIOUS, 1912-1913.

BONKER, Frances. See BONKER, 1932.






BONKER, Frances, and John James THORNBER. 1930. The sage of the desert and other cacti. Boston, 106 p., 8 illus.; introd. is by Harold Bell Wright. Popular treatment; references to Mexico emphasize cacti and other desert plants. BONNER, G. I.

BONTEKOE, Cornelis. See BAKER, Walter and COLMENERO de LEDESMA, Antonio, 1631. BONTIUS, Jakob de.

BONELLI, Giorgio. 1772-1793. Hortus Romanus. Roma, 8 vols., viii, 30 p. text, 800 col. pi. Includes descriptions of Nicotiana, Quamoclit, Stramonium, Ananas, etc.; descriptions are by N. Martellius and C. Sabbati. BONEQUI, Maria de Lourdes Chavarría. See CHAVARRIA BONEQUI, Maria de Lourdes. BONESTELL, L. H.

BONPLAND, Aimé Jacques Alexandre Goujaud. (See also HUMBOLDT, 1803; HUMBOLD, Alexander de, and BONPLAND, 1805; HUMBOLDT, Alexander von et al, 1805-1834; HUMBOLDT, Alexander, and BONPLAND (1806) 1816-1823; KUNTH, C. S„ 1819 (-1824); PADRON PUYOU, Francisco, 1951; ANONYMOUS, 1894 g. 1808. "Hebeandra, nouveau genre de plantes." (Mag. Ges. Naturf. Fr. Berlin 2: 40-47.) From Veracruz.

See C., F. X.

BONNER, James. 1943. "Effects of temperature on rubber accumulation of the guayule plant." (Boi. Gaz. 105: 233-243.) 1944. "Effect of varying nutritional treatments on growth and rubber accumulation in guayule. (Boi. Gaz. 105: 352-363, illus.) BONNETT, Orville Thomas. See also VARIOUS, 1948. 1954. "The inflorescences of maize." (Science 120: 77-87, illus.) Discusses the development of the plant, the relationships of the ear and tassel, the structure of the maize kernel, and compares maize with other grasses. BONNEVIE, J. B. 1864. Les volontaires Beiges au Mexique. Bruxelles, 102 p.—CU-B. "Produits agricoles" are discussed in chap. 1, "Le Mexique," p. 21-27. BONNYCASTLE, Richard Henry. 1818. Spanish America. London, 2 vols., maps, bibl. With a section on Mexico in the first volume; also a brief report on agriculture in general, and by states. Included is an interesting diagram of comparative altitudes of various localities, in Mexico and South America.

BOODLE, Leonard A.



See BONDT, Jakob de. See SOLEREDER, Hans (1898)-1899.

BOOM, B. K. 1955. "Notes on cultivated plants." (Acta Bot. Neerl. 4 ( 2 ) : 167171, illus.) With a description of Setcreasea purpurea n.sp. cultivated in Darmstadt, from material collected in Mexico by C. A. Purpus. BOONE, Raymond Camille Philippe. 1926. Le bananier. Paris, 346 p., bibl. History, description, varieties, common names, distribution, and production in Mexico. 1929-1932. Le cotonnier. Paris?, 3 vols., illus., bibl.; pref. by E. De Wildeman. Volume 1 contains a detailed description of species and varieties; volume 2 is on the culture, and volume 3 is on the industry. BOONE, William K. 1938. "El chayóte." (Hacienda 33: 148-149, illus.) With common names, description, and culture. BOOSFELD, Albert. 1920. "Beitraege zur vergleichenden anatomie stamm sukkulenter pflanzen." (Beit. Bot. Centralbl. 37(1): 217-258, illus.) BOOTH, W. S. 1890. "Mexican fibre or isde." (Kew Bull. Mise. Inf. 46: 220-224). On various plant sources, citing the regions in Mexico where they are found, preparation, and uses. BOOTT, Francis. 1858-1867. Illustrations of the genus Carex. London, 4 vols., 233 p., 600 pi. Part 4 ed., with notes, by J. D. Hooker. BOOTT, William.

See WHEELER, George Montague, 1878.

BOPP OESTE, Monika G. See also VARIOUS, 1960 b. 1955. "Contribución al estudio de la flora fanerogámica de los cerros situados al norte de la ciudad de México." México, 65 typed p., map. Thesis UNAM. A study of the Sierra de Guadalupe and the Cerros Chiquihuite, Ticomán, and Zacatenco, which considers the physical factors, historical data, with a review of previous studies of the area, and the ecology. A systematic index is provided for the plants, citing localities, common names and associations. Floristic observations were concentrated on the three cerros, and there are some references to the relations between selected plants and animals. BORAH, Woodrow Wilson. 1943. "Silk raising in colonial Mexico." Berkeley, 169 p., illus., bibl. (Ibero-America # 2 0 . ) - P P A P . With a section on wild silk, which refers to plants on which the insects live; excellent bibliography. BORCH, C. 1955. "Cochemia poselgeri." (Spine 4 ( 1 ) : 617, 1955.) Description of the plant. BOREAU, Alexandre. See also DU BARTAS, Guillaume de Salluste, 1605; L'ECLUSE, Jules Charles de, 1579. 1851. "Notice sur l'Agave americana." (Bull. Soc. Indust. Agrie, d'Angers. 21 (II, 1) ( 5 / 6 ) : 249-272.)


BORG History and description of the flowering of a particular specimen; identifies the maguey of the Mexicans as Fourcroya cubensis Haw; closes with a list of exotic species of plants, including Sisyrinchium striatum from Mexico, that have withstood the winters of Angers. BORG, John. 1937. Cacti. London, 419 p., 32 pl., bibl. Gardeners' handbook for identification and cultivation, with a "description of all recognized genera and most species, particularly those in cultivation." An excerpt from the book, mainly on habitats and distribution, was printed in (Nat. Cad. Succ. Jour. 3 ( 1 ) : 7-9, illus., 1948) as "A preliminary talk on Cactaceae." BORGO BILIA, Gumersindo. 1959. "Notas preliminares sobre la introducción experimental del genero Eucalyptus a la Huasteca Potosina." (Chapingo 12 ( 7 5 ) : 299-307, illus.) BORJA, Alfonso Loera. BORJA, Héctor Mijares.


BORJA, José de Lille.

See L I L L E BORJA, José de.

BORJA, Pedro de Lille.

See L I L L E BORJA, Pedro de.

BORJON PARGA, Luis. 1944. "Arboricultura forestal y frutal." Cd. Júarez, 63 p. Thesis, EPA. With a special section on the most important plants to be used. BORLAUG, N ( o r m a n ) E ( r n e s t ) , J. A. RUPERT, and J. G. HARRAR. 1949. "Nuevos trigos para México." (Tierra 4: 465-470, 494-495, illus.) Repr. in (Agr. Lag. 4 ( 4 3 ) : 14-34, illus., 1950). Report of the program initiated by the Rockefeller Foundation, and a description of Rocamex varieties nos. 209, 211, 321, 324. BORLAUG, Norman E. 1958. "The impact of agricultural research on Mexican wheat production." (Trans. N.Y. Acad. Sci. II, 2 0 ( 3 ) : 278-295, 9 illus., incl. map. ) Important for indicating areas where natural vegetation will be disappearing.

BOSCA, Eduardo. 1892. "Noticia de algunas plantas Americanas cultivadas en el (Jardín) Botánico de Valencia." (Actas Soc. Esp. Hist. Nat. 21: 160-168.) Lists Agave and Echeveria by species; and Bromeliaceae, Orchidaceae, and Cactaceae by genera and species. BOSE,

B. C„ A. Q. SAIFI, R. VIJAYVARGIYA, and A. W. BHAGWAT. 1961. "Pharmacological study of Carica papaya seeds, with special reference to their antihelminthic action." (Indian Jour. Med. Sci. 1 5 ( 1 1 ) : 888-892, illus.) Tests indicate the seeds may be useful in ascariasis and tapeworm infection. BOSE, Praphulla Kumar, and I. BANERJI. 1933. "The development of the female gametophyte in Argentone mexicana." (Curr. Sci. 2: 94, illus.) Report that n equals 14; this is followed by a letter, on p. 131, from A. C. Joshi, with comments on the authors' work and his own. BOSE, Praphulla Kumar. 1937. "Cytological studies of Argemone mexicana Linn." Indian Bot. S oc. 16: 197-208, illus.) Studies of megasporogenesis and microsporogenesis.


BOSE, S. and Walter S. FLORY, Jr. 1958. "A preliminary study of seed setting in Sprekelia formosissima Herbert." (PI. Life 1 4 ( 1 ) : 102-107, illus.) With a preliminary paragraph on distribution of the Aztec lily in Mexico. In northern Virginia, when grown outdoors, it rarely produces seed without hand pollination. BOSHOUWERS, Hubert M. See REKO, V. A., 1926. BOSQUE, Pedro del. 1935. "Los árboles históricos." (Mapa No. 17: 30-31.) 1936. "El jardín botánico." (Mapa 3 ( 2 2 ) : 11-13, illus.) Popular article. BOSQUE CANO, Josefa del. 1950. "La region Lagunera y su importancia en la economía del Estado y del país." Saltillo, 64 p. Thesis EN Méx. With a list of plant products, cited by common names only; particularly useful for the forest products.

BORNAY, Louis. 1863. Du tabac. Paris. 54 p . - N N . With an introductory section on the history of the plant.

BOSS, Garteninspektor (sic). 1943. "Agave parrasana." (Kakteenkunde. With a brief description.

BORQUEZ, Djed. See BOJORQUEZ, Juan de Dios.

BOSSCHERE, Charles de. 1890. "Le Rhodochiton volubile Zucc." (Rev. Hort. Beige 16: 252, illus. )

BORRAGAN, María Teresa. 1938. Presas y paisajes del agro Mexicano. México, 180 p., illus.— SHMéx. (Econ.) Story of a trip to various irrigation dams in construction, and references to plants seen on the way. BORRE, A. Preudhomme. See P R E U D H O M M E de BORRE, A. BORSSUM WAALKES, J. van. 1960. "The typification of the genus Malvastrum." 212-213.) Supports Kearney's proposal that it be M. ( L . ) Garcke.




BORY de ST. VINCENT, Jean Baptiste George Marie. 1819. "Sur les grenadilles ou passionaires." (Ann. Gen. Sci. Phys. 2: 129-156, 3 pi.) On the history and morphology, "et particulièrement sur celles dont les feuilles sont bilobes"; describes 11 species already known, comparing a number of plants figured by Hernández. BORZI, Antonino. 1916. "La patata dolce (Batatas edulis Choisy) e sua coltura in Sicilia." (Boll. Stud. Inform. R. Giard. Col. Palermo 3 ( 3 / 4 ) : 118-127). With a section on the history of the plant.

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With a description of the plant. BOSSE, Abraham. See DODART, Denis, 1676. BOSSIN, M. (Mathieu?). 1875. "Note sur le Physalis edulis et quelques autres espèces du meme genre." (Bull. Mens. Soc. Acclim. III, 2: 69-74.) With descriptions of 15 species, of which one, P. somnífera, is cited as "originaire du Mexique." BOSSU, Jean Bernard. See L O E F L I N G , Per (Peter), 1758. BOSTELMANN, Else. See BOSWELL, Victor R., 1949; CAMP, Wendell Holmes, 1947; MAGNESS, J. R„ 1951. BOSWELL, Victor R(ickman). 1949. "Our vegetable travelers." (Natl. Geog. Mag. 96: 145-217; 32 pi. by Else Bostelmann.) First section is devoted to vegetables that originated in the Americas. BOTE, Juan. See ASENSIO y T O L E D O , José Maria, 1579. BOTELLI, Enriqueta Treviño. See TREVINO BOTELLI, Enriqueta. BOTERO, Giovanni. 1951. Le relationi universali

di Giovanni





BOTKJN BOTERO-continued 1596, 4 vols, in one. First ed., Rome, 1951. First English ed., London, 1601, The traveller's breviat, or an historicall description of the most famous kingdomes in the world (fide D L C ) . Another, London, 1611, was trans, by Rob. Johnson, as Relations of the most famous kingdoms and commonweales thorough the world (changed in a 1630 ed. to "commonwealths thorowout the world"). There was also a Spanish ed. by Jaime Rebullosa, Gerona, 1748. Second volume of Part I, dealing with the New World, has a considerable section on Mexico. The country is divided into regions and there are references to plants in the different areas. BOTKIN, C. W. (Clayton Winfield). 1943. "The fibers of native plants of New Mexico." (Chemurg. Dig. 3: 189-192, illus.). Cont. as "Utilization of fibers of desert plants" ( 4 : 226-229, illus., 1945.) Many extend into Mexico, particularly various Yuccas and Nolina; the emphasis is on Nolina (sacahuistle), and Yucca glauca. BOTSCHANZEWA, S. 1933. "Studien ueber die biologie des bluehens Parthenium argentatum Gray." (Acta Univ. Asiae Mediae VIII b, Bot., Fase. 15: 1-16, 34 figs.; summ, in German.) With references also to P. incanum; both species will hybridize with each other. BOTTA, Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo. CILLY, Auguste.


BOTURINI BENADUCCI, Lorenzo. See NUTTALL, Zelia, 1929; VERNEAU, Dr., 1888. 1746. Idea de una nueva historia general de la América septentrional. Madrid, 167 p. Another ed., México, 1827, 232 p. With a few references to plants used as symbols in the calendar. The author came to Mexico in 1736. A catalogue of his source material, "Catálogo del Museo Indiano," published and bound with the above, lists interesting manuscripts and maps. BOUCARD, Adolphe. 1893-1894. Travels of a naturalist. publ. in (The Hummingbird 1894.) By an ornithologist; chapters sequent chapters on Nicaragua on plants.

London, 1894, 204 p. First 3: 1-126, 1893; 4: 127-203,

1889. The uses of plants. London, 224 p.-PPL-R. A manual of economic botany, with lists of plants, according to use, with comments. Sources, by countries, are given. Many Mexican plants are included. 1902. Wood. London, 369 p., 82 illus., bibl.; also a 1908 ed. Discusses structure, uses, treatment, and sources. Trees are listed alphabetically according to their common names. Sources are given for each plant, with a description of their characteristics and uses. BOURBOURG, Charles Etienne Brasseur de. BOURBOURG, Charles Etienne.


BOURDOIL, C. Sosa-. See SOSA-BOURDOIL, C. BOUREAU, Edouard. 1939. "Recherches anatomiques et experimentales sur l'ontogenie des plantules des Pinacées et ses rapports avec la phylogenie." (Ann. Sci. Nat. XI, 1: 1-219, illus., bibl.) BOURGEOIS, Henri. See PINART, Alphonse Louis and BOURGEOIS, 1896. BOURGOIN D'ORLI, P. H. F. 1867. Guide pratique de la culture du cafier et du cacaoyer. Paris, 100 p.—MH-A. An extract was trans, into Spanish as Guia práctica del cultivo del café, by "un agricultor del Estado de Morelos," México, 45 p., 1878 (SMGE Méx.). History and description of types; emphasis is on culture. BOURIEZ, Albert. 1882. "Recherches sur les jalaps." (Jour. Pharm. V, 6: 329-355.) Résumés were printed in (Pharm. Jour. Trans. Ill, 13 ( 1 4 5 ) : 382-384) as "Researches upon the jalaps" and in (Amer. Jour. Pharm. 55: 29-34, 1883). A résumé was publ. also in (Bull. Sci. Dept. Nord II, 5: 469-477, 1882) as "Recherches sur les jalaps," and a "comte rendu et analyse critique" by C. Eg. Bertrand was printed as "Récherches sur les tubércules de jalap," in (Arch. Bot. Nord. France. 2: 43-69, illus., (18821887). A study of morphology, histology, and chemistry of jalap tubereux, identified as Exogonium purga; jalap de Tampico, identified as Ipomoea simulans, and jalap leger ou fusiforme, identified as Convolvulus orizabensis. BOURIQUET, Gilbert, and P. BOITEAU. 1937. "Germination asymbiotique de graines de vanillier (V. planifolia And.)." (Bull. Acad. Ma/g. n.s., 20: 115-117, 2 figs.)

8 and 9 are on Mexico. Subcontain additional information

BOURIQUET, G. 1942-1943. "Sur la germination des graines de vanillier." (Bull. Acad. Malg. n.s. 25: 1-11, col. pl.; repr. in Agr. Trop. 2: 150164, illus., bibl., 1947.) On the techniques used, with a detailed report of the early stages of growth.

BOUCHE, Peter Carl. See also BRAUN, Alexander et al, 1851, 1854, 1856; SCHLECHTENDAL, D. C. F. and BOUCHE, 1833; VARIOUS, 1844-1860; 1848 a. 1833. "Mittheilung vieljahriger beobachtungen ueber die gattung Canna." (Linnaea 8: 141-168.) 1844. "Synoptische zusamenstellung der Canna arten." (Linnaea 18: 483-495.)

BOURIQUET, Gilbert, et al. 1954. Le vanillier et la vanille. Paris, 748 p., 224 figs., 21 pl., bibl. (Encycl. Biol. vol. 46.) Pref. by Roger Heim and Maurice Guillaume.—DA. History of the plant by Bouriquet, taxonomy by Roland Portéres, ecology by Henri Stehle, and Gilbert Bouriquet.

BOUDOURESQUES, B. 1895. "Du Choisya ternata. Contribution a l'étude des Zanthoxylées." Montpellier, 1895, 65 p., illus. Thesis. No. 580.-DNLM. The material includes the botany, morphology, anatomy, and medicinal uses, with references to the chemistry and pharmacology. A key to the Rutaceae is included, with descriptions of the characters of the genera.

BOURKE, John Gregory. 1893. "Primitive distillation among the Tarascoes." (Amer. Anthrop. 6: 65-69, illus.) On the making of mescal; mentions also making colonche from tunas. 1894. "Popular medicine, customs and superstitions of the Rio Grande." (Jour. Amer. Folk Lore 7: 119-146.) Arranged alphabetically by subject, varying from remedies to plants.

BOULAY, A. See WEITZ, R. and BOULAY, 1922; 1923. BOULDUC, Gilles Francois. See also ANONYMOUS, 1714. 1701(1704). "Observations analitiques du jalap." (Mem. Math. Phys. I'Acad. R. Sei. Paris: 106-109; 2d ed.; 108-111, 1719.) Calls it Convolvulus americanus jalapium. 1711(1714). "Sur la racine de mechoacan et sur son usage." (Mem. Math. Phys. I'Acad. R. Sei. Paris 26: 81-87).

1895. "Folk foods of the Rio Grande Valley of northern Mexico." (Jour. Amer. Folk Lore, 8: 41-71 ) - P U - M . Author calls it the "first description of the foods of Mexico;" plants are described, but lack scientific identification.

Covers nomenclature, history, and medicinal uses. BOULE, H. See TOZZER, Alfred Marston, 1907.

1896. "Notes on the language and folk usage of the Rio Grande Valley." (Jour. Amer. Folk Lore 9: 81-115.)

BOULGER, George Simonds. 150


BOURLIERE "With special regard to survivals of Arabic custom;" on p. 89-92, there is a section on flowers, fruits, and trees. BOURLIERE, François. See AUBERT de la RUE, Edgar et al, 1957. 1946. "Les grands traits de la biogéographie du Mexique." (Bull. Soc. Nat. d'Accl. 9 3 ( 3 / 4 ) : 107-116, 2 pl., map.) Divides the country into 5 main regions: deserts, high mountains, transition, humid Atlantic tropics, and dry Pacific tropics, with 14 subdivisions, listing important plants for each region. BOURNET, E. 1913. "Informe sobre guayule, la candelilla, y otras plantas." (Mem. Sría Fom. Méx. (Alberto Robles Gil) 1911/12: 596-600.) BOURNET, Edmundo. 1937.



BOURS, Ernesto Ramos. See RAMOS BOURS, Ernesto. BOUSSINGAULT, Jean Baptiste Joseph Dieudonne. See also VARIOUS, 1865-1867. 1849. Viajes científicos a los Andes ecuatoriales. Paris, 332 p. Collected and trans, by Joaquin Acosta from articles which appeared in Anales de Física y de Química, and Memorias de los Sabios Extranjeros, publ. by the Academia de Ciencias de Colombia. "Colección de memorias sobre física, química é historia natural de la Nueva Granada, Ecuador y Venezuela," among which are the following: "Memoria sobre la leche venenosa del Hura crepitans," 110-114. This was also printed in French as "Sur la toxicité du latex d'Hura crepitans," in Rev. Bot. Appl. 16: 471-474, 1936 and cited as taken from Boussingault's Mémoires, published 1892-1903. "Memoria sobre el árbol de la leche," 23-26. This is on Brosimum alicastrum. "Sobre las propiedades químicas del rocou achote," 114-116. This refers to Bixa orellana. 1865. "Mémoire sur la composition du pulque." (Arch. Comm. Scient. Mexique, 1: 209-224. Translated into Spanish by Enrique Trejo and published in Toluca, 1889, fide Léon.) 1874. "Cultivo del cacao." (Naturaleza 3: 39-44; trans, by Manuel Cordero; original source is not given; (perhaps from a communication sent in French. ) Compare with article entitled "Sur la culture du cacaoyer," marked "extrait" in (Compt. Rend. Acad. Set. Paris 96: 1395-1399, 1883, and repr. in Ann. Chim. 28: 433-456, 1883, and in Jour. Pharm. 8: 20-24, 1883). A résumé of this in English was also printed as "Notes on chocolate" in (Spice Mill 6 ( 9 ) : 271-272, 1883). On Theobroma cacao. 1875. "Observations sur la production du sucre des Agaves." ( Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. Paris 81: 1070-1071.) 1875-1876. "Estudio sobre el trigo." (Cultivador II, 1: 10, 64, 85.) On Triticum. BOUTELOU, Claudio. 1801. Tratado de la huerta. 1801 ( D A ) .

Madrid, 2d ed., 1813, 444 p. First ed.,

BOW, J. D. B. de. See De BOW, J. D. B. BOWDEN, Wray M ( errill ). 1945. "A list of chromosome numbers in higher plants." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 2 ( 2 ) : 81-92, illus. and ( 4 ) : 191-201, illus.) First part covers Acanthaceae to Myrtaceae; second part, Menispermaceae to Verbenaceae. 1948. "Chromosome numbers in the Annonaceae." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 35: 377-381.) Numbers are given for 29 populations in 13 species, including species in the genera Asimina, Annona, and Rollinia. BOWDITCH, Charles Pickering. See LANDA, Diego de (ca. 1566). BOWDITCH, E. 1829. "On the natural order of plants, Dicotyledoneae, Annonaceae." (Mag. Nat. Hist. 1: 438-441, illus.) Mainly on economic uses of various members of the family.

BOWMAN, Howard Hiestand Minnich. 1917. "Ecology and physiology of the red mangrove." (Proc. Amer. Philos. S oc. 5: 589-673, pl. 4-9; Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. Pa.) Covers history, taxonomy, morphology, histology, embryology, physiology, ecology, distribution, and economic importance of Rhizophora mangle. BOWMAN, Isaiah. See ANONYMOUS, 1917 d. BOWMAN, Melville LeRoy. 1908. Corn. Waterloo, Iowa, 1915, 473 p., illus. This is a revision of an earlier ed. of 1908, by Bowman and B. W. Crossley. With a brief section on the history of the plant, and a chapter on its botany. BOX, Manuel Madueño. See MADUENO BOX, Manuel. BOYD, Marshall, Jr. 1960. "Una expedición de Yanquis salió hoy al Sumidero." (Pacif. Disc. 1 3 ( 6 ) : 2-13, illus., map.) Describing a trip down the Rio Grijalva from near Chiapa de Corzo to Huimanguillo, skipping the noted Sumidero. Scattered references are given to plants seen in the surrounding countryside. BOYD, W. C. See SCHERTZ, K. F., et al, 1960. BOYER, Jacques. 1927. "Le peyotl." (Nature 5 5 ( 1 ) : 403-406, illus.) Repr. in German trans, as "Der zauberkaktus peyotl" in ( Umschau 31 : 292-295, illus. ) Based on Rouhier's book, q.v. One illustration shows Monte Alban in Oaxaca, as a place where the plant grows ( ! ). BOYER, J. 1950-1957. "Les Cactacées dans leur pays." (Cactus 25: 67-70, illus., cont. as noted below.) "Le Carnegiea gigantea," with illustrations from the Natl. Geog. Mag., 1924-1937; "Les géants du genre Pachycereus" 26: 101-106, illus., Dec., 1950; "Les reines de la nuit," 28: 33-38, illus., June, 1951; "Cephalocereus et Pilocereus" 30: 97-102, Dec., 1951; "Les Echinocereus" 31: 7-10, Mar. 1952 and 32: 33-36, June 1952; "Les géants du genre Trichocereus" 34: 105-108, illus., Dec., 1952; "Les Opuntia" 35: 137-140, illus., March 1953; "Heliocereus speciosus" 36: 173-176, June, 1953; "Le Machaerocereus eruca" 37: 227-229, illus., Sept., 1953. "Les Cereus" 40: 53-56, June, 1954; "Les Hylocereus" 42: 113-116, illus., Dec., 1954; "Les Echinocactanées" 43: 145-147, illus., March, 1955; "Les Cactanées" 44: 169-171, illus., May, 1955; "Les Coryphantanées" 54: 176-177, June, 1957. BOYLE, Frederick. 1901. "The story of Cattleya skinneri alba." In The Woodlands' Orchids, p. 59-66. Repr. in (Orchid Rev. 42: 307-312, 1934.) An account of Roezl's finding the plant in Guatemala. BOYLE, William Sidney. 1945. "A cytotaxonomic study of the North American species of Melica." (Madroño 8: 1-26, 1 pl., 2 maps.) Includes the following species from Mexico: M. montezumae and M. porteri. BOYLES, J. Stuart. 1937. "Photographs." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 9 ( 1 ) : 1-9.) Descriptions of Lemaireocereus treleasei and Echinocactus ingens. 1942. "Habitat photos in Mexico." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 4 ( 4 ) : 61-63, illus.) Pictures of 6 species in 5 genera, of Cactaceae, from various parts of Mexico. BRACAMONTE, Francisco de (for Martín de Palomar). See ASENSIO y TOLEDO, José María, 1579. BRACAMONTE, Hernando de. María, 1579.


BRACELIN, N. Floy (also as Mrs. H. P.). 1938. "Ynes Mexia." (Madroño 4: 273-275, port.) Biographical sketch.


BRACHO BRACELIN—continued 1938a. "Ynes Mexia." Biography.

1930. Estudio agrológico del proyecto de riego de Santa Tamaulipas. México, 38 p., 2 maps—BN Méx.

(Science 88 ( 2 2 9 5 ) : 586.)


With information on the agricultural crops of the region.

BRACHO, Antonio Cal y. See CAL y BRACHO, Antonio.

BRAMBILA, Arturo Yac. See YAC BRAMBILA, Arturo.

BRACKETT, Amelia Ellen. See F E R N A L D , M. L. and BRACKETT, 1929. 1923. "Revision of the American species of Hypoxis." ( Rhodora 25: 120-147, 151-163, 296-297, 17 illus.; Contr. Gray Herb. No. 69.) With a key to species, descriptions, and distribution. The following novelties are described from Mexico: H. decumbens var. mexicana, H. tepicensis, H. potosina, H. fibrata, H. humilis, H. mexicana, and H. rugosperma, with a numbered list of exsiccatae. Included is a discussion of genera closely related to Hypoxis: Curculigo, Molinería, and Pauridia.

BRAMBILA, José I. 1925. "Un vegetal maravilloso: el plátano." (Jalisco Rur. 7: 24092411.) History, synonymy, distribution, botanical characters, and uses. 1929. "El nopal y el maguey." (Jal. Rur. Indust. 1 0 ( 1 0 ) : 30713072. ) On Opuntia and Agave. 1934. "Flora Jalisciense." (Jalisco Rur. Indust. 1 6 ( 5 ) : 4261-4267.) Common and scientific names are given for the plants, classified by use for medicine, garden, pasture, vegetables, forage, etc.

BRADLEY, C. E. (Charles E d w a r d ) . 1956. "Yerba de la fleche" (sic) — "arrow and fish poison of the American southwest." (Econ. Bot. 1 0 ( 4 ) : 362-366.) On Sapium biloculare — giving the history, characters, data on toxic resins and on a saponin in the latex. BRADLEY, Richard. See also ANONYMOUS, 1729. 1716-1727. The history of succulent plants. London, 5 vols, in one, 50 (i.e., 49) p l . - D A . Consists of 50 plants divided into 5 decades; with descriptions, in Latin and English, and information on their culture. (1725?). A general treatise of husbandry and gardening. London, 2 vols., illus.—DA. Brit. Mus. cites 3 vols., 1724. Special section on exotics in part 4, vol. 2., includes separate discussions of pineapple and coffee. 1728. Dictionarium botanicum. London, 2 vols. With interesting, brief descriptions of Mexican plants. BRADLEY, T. W. See McCARTY, George, 1923. BRADOMIN, José María. 1955. Toponimia de Oaxaca—crítica etimològica. Mexico, 262 p., illus. List of place names with derivations; arranged alphabetically by districts and localities within districts; introductory letter, apparently to the author, addresses him as Guillermo Villa. BRADSHAW, Kenneth English. 1941. "Field characteristics distinguishing Pinus ponderosa and Pinus jeffreyi." ( Madroño 6: 15-18.) BRADT, George McClellan. 1948. "The Tarahumaras." (Nat. Hist. 57: 392-399, 430, illus.) With a list of plants used by them medicinally; common names only. BRAEMER, Louis, and A. SUIS. 1900. Atlas de photomicrographie des plantes medicinales. Paris, 230 p., 76 p l . - D A F M . Anatomical and histological study; includes some Mexican plants. BRAILSFORD, Edward. 1799. "An experimental dissertation on the chemical and medical properties of Nicotiana tabacum." Philadelphia, 70 p., pi., Inaug. Diss., Univ. Pa. On its history and harmful effects.

BRANCIFORTE, Miguel de (also as Marqués de Branciforte). See ANONYMOUS, 1796. BRAND, August. See also LOESENER, Th., 1910-1922. 1904. "Ueber einige Symplocaceen des Herbier Delessert." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 7 / 8 : 277-287.) Includes several species previously described from Mexico. 1911. "Beitraege zur kenntnis der Hydrophyllaceen." In Beil. Jahresb. K. Gymn. Sorau, Sorau, 9 p.—UC-B ( H e r b . ) . Repr. in (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Weg. 9: 385-389, 1911). Includes a description of Nama argenteum n. sp. from Hidalgo. 1912. "Namation, eine neue gattung der Scrophulariaceae." (Rep. Nov. Spec. Reg. Veg. 10:280-281.) Namation glandulosum from San Luís Potosí and Puebla. 1913. "Neue beitraege zur kenntnis der Polemoniaceen." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 15/16: 322-342.) Based on material in the Herbier Delessert and in the Berlin Museum. A considerable number of specimens are from Mexico, but no new species are cited. 1913a. "Zwei neue Symplocos arten." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 15/16: 343-344.) Includes S. apolis from Nova Hispania, but Brand thinks it may be really from Peru. 1922. "Decas specierum novarum altera." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 18: 309-314.) Includes from Mexico: Nama ehrenbergii and Lappula heliocarpa. 1925. "Decas specierum novarum sexta." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 22: 100-105). Includes from Mexico: Amblynotopsis ehrenbergii and A. humilis. 1927. "Decas specierum novarum séptima." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 24: 56-61.) With a key to species of Hemisphaerocarya, n. gen. and description of H. laxa, n. sp., from Mexico. 1930. "Die Amerikanischen arten der gattung Lithospermum." (Rep. Spec. Nov. Reg. Veg. 28: 10-17.) With a "conspectus specierum Americanarum indigenarum" and descriptions of 7 new species from Mexico. BRAND, Donald Dilworth. See also HUMBOLDT, Alexander von. ( 1808-) 1811; LA PORTE, Joseph de, 1768-1795; SAUER, Carl Ortwin and BRAND, 1932; SCHULTZE, Joachim H., 1959; VARIOUS, 1936; 1960.

BRAINERD, Ezra. 1911. "Cyrus Guernsey Pringle." (Rhodora 13: 225-232, port.) Biographical sketch, interesting for its sympathetic and sensitive approach.

1936. "Notes to accompany a vegetation map of northwest Mexico." (Univ. N. Mex. Bull. No. 280, Biol. Ser. 4 ( 4 ) : 1-27, map, bibl.) "This paper constitutes the most complete summary of the literature and knowledge concerning the vegetation of the area involved." (True at time of publication.) Reviews the history of vegetation studies in the area, describes the flora, and classifies it according to vegetation types, citing the dominant genera. The region includes Sonora, Sinaloa, Chihuahua, and Durango.

BRAMBILA, Alejandro. See also GONZALEZ, Jesús and BRAMBILA, 1877-1878; RICO, Alfredo, and BRAMBILA, 1931; YEPEZ SOLORZANO, Miguel, and BRAMBILA, 1930. 1924. "Cultivo de la palma datilera." (Germinal II, 31: 2; 32: 7, 8.) On Phoenix dactylifera. 1924a. "El cultivo de la papa." (Germinal II, 48: 4-6, illus.) On Solanum tuberosum.




1937. "The naturai landscape of northwestern Chihuahua." ( Univ. N. Mex. Bull. Geol. Ser. 5 ( 2 ) , whole no. 316, 74 p., 10 pi., map. ) With a section on the biota. 1939. "The origin and early distribution of New World cultivated plants." (Agr. Hist. 1 3 ( 2 ) : 109-117.) Based on botanical, archaeological, historical, philological and mythological studies; lists the leading cultivated plants in various areas when the first Europeans arrived, and discusses the origin of the most important ones.

( 1 8 8 4 ? ) 1885. "List of the plants described in California principally in the Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. by Dr. Albert Kellogg, Dr. H. H. Behr, and Mr. H. N. Bolander." (Bull. Calif. Acad. Sci. 1 ( 3 ) : 128-151.) Publ. under the name of Mary Katharine (Layne) Curran. Includes plants collected in Lower California and adjoining islands; revises the identification of many. 1888. "Botanical notes." (Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., II, 1: 227-269.) Publ. under name of Mary Katharine (Layne) Curran. Consists of two parts: I "Plants from Baja California," giving a catalogue, with some annotations, of plants collected by Walter E. Bryant, and II. "Papaveraceae of the Pacific coast," with a conspectus of tribes and genera.

1941. "Dividivi and sesame in Mexico." ( E c o n . Geog. 1 7 ( 2 ) : 141154, illus., map.) Study in botany and economics, with common and scientific names, distribution, history, and culture. The first plant ( Caesalpinia coriaria ) is also called cascalote. The second is S esamum.

1893. "The botanical writings of Edward L. Greene." (Zoe 4:63103). Detailed and severe criticism of his work, and of the genera and species he created. 1893-1894. "Studies in Ceanothus." (Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. II, 4: 173-222.) Systematic arrangement, description, collections, new species, and distribution. 1897. "Notes on Eriogoneae." (Erythea 5: 79-81.) Describes E. peninsulare n. sp. from Baja California. 1897a. "Notes on Cacteae 1." ( E r y t h e a 5: 111-123.) Cacteae of Baja California. A review with brief descriptions and distribution. 1900. "Notes on Cacteae II." (Zoe 5: 1-9) Includes descriptions of new taxa: Cereus orcuttii, C. schottii Engelm. var. australis, C. geometrizans Mart. var. cochal, Mammillaria armillata, and M. venusta, all from Mexico. 1900a. "Notes on Cacteae III." (Zoe 5: 31-35). New taxa described include the following from Mexico: Mammillaria nickelsae, south of Laredo, and M. mainae, from south of Nogales. 1904. "Notes on Cactaceae." (Zoe 5: 189-195.) Includes descriptions of new taxa in Cereus and Mammillaria. The description of one of the latter: Mammillaria petrophila, was translated by J. A. Purpus and published in (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 17: 55-56, illus., 1907).

1943. "Tapioca from a Brazilian root." (Agr. Amer. 3 ( 5 ) : 93-96, illus.) On Manihot. 1943a. "Primitive and modern economy of the middle Rio Balsas, Guerrero, and Michoacán." (Proc. 8th Amer. Sci. Congr. Wash. 9: 225-231.) Discusses changes in plant use; plants are listed by common names only. The emphasis is mainly on plants used for food. 1944. "An historical sketch of anthropology and geography in the Tarascan region." Part I. ( N e w Mex. Anthrop 6 / 7 : 37-108, 1943 (pubi. 1944) and repr. as Contr. Inst. Soc. Anthrop., Smithson. Inst., 1944). Trans, by José Corona Nuñez and pubi, under the title "Bosquejo histórico de la geografía y antropología en la region Tarasca" (An. Mus. Michoacán, II, 5: 50-163, 1952). With a section on the history of lacquer work in the area and references to plants used in the work; lists six "relaciones" referring to that area and discusses their history. BRAND, Donald Dilworth (assisted by José Corona Nuñez). 1951. "Quiroga - a Mexican municipio." ( Smithson. Inst., Inst. Soc. Anthrop., Pubi. No. 11: 1-242, 35 pi., map.) With sections on cultivated crops, on wild food plants, and on plants used industrially. BRAND, Donald D. 1957-1958. Coastal study of southwest Mexico. Austin, 2 vols., maps, diags., bibl. Pubi, as Tech. Rep. 1 and 2, Dept. Geog., U. Texas. The author was assisted in the work by Pablo Guzman Rivas and Alfonso González Pérez. A repr. ed. was issued in 1959. A remarkably detailed account, mainly of the coast of Michoacán, with some data also on the coast of Colima, Jalisco, and southern Nayarit. The appendix in vol. 1 reviews the history of the area and discusses literature sources. The bulk of data is found in vol. 2, divided into sectors, with plants cited for each region by common, and generally also scientific, names.

BRANDEGEE, Townshend Stith. 1889. "A collection of plants from Baja California." (Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. II, 2: 117-216, map, 11 pi.) A summ. is given in (Gard. For. 3: 106-107, 1890). An account of a trip, and the country traversed, with a description of the vegetation and names of plants observed. A catalogue of species collected is given with descriptions of new species and their localities; islands are included. One new genus, Alvordia, is described. For California and Arizona plants the most southern habitat at which they were seen is given. Grasses on p. 210-214, were done by George Vasey with descriptions of 3 new species. The map is reproduced from one prepared by the Coast Survey. Some of the plants were collected by Ensign McCormick (sic), C. H. Townsend, and A. W. Anthony.

BRAND, Donald Dilworth, et al. 1960. Coalcoman and Motines del Oro. The Hague, 403 p., illus., maps, bibl. The introduction is a detailed account of field trips in 1950 and 1951, with numerous references to plants seen, cited by common and scientific names. One chapter by Brand reviews natural history research in the area from the colonial period to the present. A chapter on the botany includes a "Phytogeographic reconnaissance of the western segment of the Michoacán coast," by Billie Lee Turner. The region is divided into 6 plant communities; descriptions of these are accompanied by lists of significant plants. A section on place names, by Brand, contains references to plants.

1890. "A cardon forest." (Zoe 1: 26.) Discussion of a stand of Cereus pringlei in Lower California; compares the species with C. pecten-aboriginum. 1890a. "The effect of rain on Fouquieria." (Zoe 1: 40-41.) On the speedy development of the leaves, on F. spinosa and Jatropha canescens, in Lower California. 1890b. "A new Perityle." (Zoe 1: 54.) Description of P. cuneata from Baja California. 1890c. "The hedgerows of Todos Santos." (Zoe 1: 179-181.) A list, with brief descriptions, of many plants that grow in the hedgerows of the town. Scientific names are given for all, and common names for some. 1890d. "Notes concerning the collection of plants made by Xantus at Cape St. Lucas and vicinity." (Zoe 1: 269-272.) Additional notes for the plants which were cited earlier in a list by Gray, q.v.

BRAND, Norton F . (Kamar-al-Shimas (pseud.). 1922. The Mexican southland. Fowlor, India, 327 p., illus., maps. On Tehuantepec, with one chapter on wild plants and one on cultivated plants. BRANDEGEE, Katharine (full name Mary Katharine (Layne), formerly Curran). See also KNOWLTON, F . H., 1898. 153



BRANDEGEE-continued 1890e. "A new cottonwood from Baja California." (Zoe 1: 274275.) Description of Populus montícola, with common names and a list of associated plants. 1890f. "A new Nolina." (Zoe 1: 305-306.) N. beldingi from Lower California. 1890g. "Studies in Coreopsideae and Tagetineae especially of Lower California, with descriptions of new species." ( Z o e 1: 308314.)

1899. "New species of plants from Mexico." (Erythea 7: 1-9.) Nineteen new taxa are described from the collections of A. W . Anthony and A. L. Stockton; some are described as Purpus and Brandegee species. 1900. "Voyage of the Wahlberg." (Zoe 5: 19-28.) An account of a trip to islands west of Lower California, from Todos Santos Islands to Asuncion Island; describes the vegetation on each and lists plants not previously reported from them. 1900a. "A new Tapirira from Baja California." (Zoe 5: 78-79.) T. edulis from Baja California. 1900-1901. "New species of plants mainly from Baja California." (Zoe 5: 104-101.) Descriptions of new species in: Ranunculus, Malpighia, Brongniartia, Houstonia, Perezia, Bumelia, Güia, Salvia, and Ruellia. 1903. "Notes and new species of Lower California plants." (Zoe 5: 155-173.) Descriptions of 32 new species in 28 genera. 1904. "A collection of Mexican plants." (Zoe 5: 179-182.) Plants were collected by C. A. Purpus and include Spermacoce ambigua from Veracruz; Güia purpusi, and Krynitzkia mexicana from Coahuila; Gentiana perpusilla and Castilleia purpusi from Ixtaccihuatl. 1904a. "Palms of Baja California." (Zoe 5: 187-189.) Discusses Washingtonia fUifera, W. sonorae, Erythea armata, E. edulis, and E. brandegei (sic), with a history of the species and their original localities. 1904b. "Plants from Sinaloa, Mexico." (Zoe 5: 196-226.) A collection of plants from Culiacán and the surrounding regions; new species include 54 species in 43 genera. 1906. "New species of Mexican plants collected by Dr. C. A. Purpus." (Zoe 5: 231-241.) Repr. in (Rep. Nov. Spec. Reg. Veg. 3: 373-380, 1907). Descriptions of 25 species in 24 genera, 2 of which are new: Taliñaría (Portulacaceae) and Achaenipodium (Compositae). 1906a. "Plants of Sinaloa." (Zoe 5: 241-244.) New species are described in: Pedis, Dyschoriste, Argithamnia, Roulinia, and Gonolobus. 1906-1908. "New species of Mexican plants." (Zoe 5: 244-262.) Descriptions of 47 species in 38 genera; mainly collections of C. A. Purpus from Veracruz, Puebla, and Oaxaca. One new genus is described: Microdactylon in the Asclepiadaceae. 1909-1924. "Plantae Mexicanae Purpusianae." (U. Calif. Publ. Bot. 3 ( 8 ) : 377-396, 1909.) Cont. as noted below.

Bidens nudata, B. refracta, and Tagetes lacera are new species described. 1890h. "A new species of Esenbeckia." (Zoe 1: 378, illus.) E. flava from Lower California. 1891. "The plants peculiar to Magdalena and Santa Margarita." (Zoe 2: 11-12.) Gongylocarpus fruticulosas, Mammillaria halei, Agave margaritae, Brickellia hastata, and Viguiera subincisa. 1891a. "Cactaceae of the Cape region of Baja California." (Zoe 2: 18-22.) Includes descriptions of the following new species: Mammillaria roseana, Cereus striatus, Cereus eruca Brandegee, emended description, and Opuntia rotundifolia. 1891b. " Drymaria in Baja California." (Zoe 2: 68-70.) Description of eight species, two of them new: D. carinata and D. polystachya. 1891c. "Field notes on the plants of Baja California." (Zoe 2: 145152.) An annotated catalogue of over 20 species in as many genera, with scientific names, common names, distribution, and uses. 1891-1892. "Flora of the Cape region of Baja California." (Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. II, 3: 108-182, 1891; 218-227, 1892.) A systematic catalogue with descriptions of new species and localities. 1892. "The distribution of the flora of the Cape region of Baja California." (Zoe 3:223-231.) A description of topography and climate followed by lists of plants, arranged according to elevation and by flowering time; also a comparison of the flora with that of mainland Mexico, ending with a chart of families giving the distribution by numbers of species in various areas. 1892a. "A new Rumfordia from Lower California." (Zoe 3: 241-242, illus.) On R. connata. 1892b. "Notes concerning the flora of Sonora." (Zoe 3: 344-349.) A description of a trip to Guaymas, Hermosillo, and Las Duraznillas (now Duraznilla), with a description of the vegetation, listing plants by scientific names. Two new species are described: Abutilón (Wissadula) cinctum and Anisacanthus abditus. 1893. "Southern extension of California flora." (Zoe 4 ( 3 ) : 199-210.) A list of plants of northern Baja California with descriptions of new species: Lupinus pallidus and Madia valida. 1893a. "Perityle


( B e n t h . ) " (Zoe

Transferred from the genus 1894. "Two new species of Ilex."

1. On plants collected mainly near Tehuacán, Puebla, and in Oaxaca. 2. (4: 85-95, 1910.) More plants from Puebla. 3. (4: 177-194, 1911.) New and rare plants from Coahuila and Durango. 4. (4: 269-281, 1912.) Mainly on plants from San Luis Potosí. 5. (4: 375-388, 1913.) Mainly on plants from Veracruz. 6. (6: 51-77, 1914.) Mainly on plants from Chiapas. 7. (6: 177-197, 1915.) On plants from Chiapas and Oaxaca. 8. (6:363-375, 1917.) Mainly on plants from Veracruz. 9. (6:497-504, 1919.) On plants from various localities. 10. (7: 325-331, 1920.) On plants from Veracruz. 11. (10: 181-188, 1922.) Mainly on plants from Veracruz. 12. (10:403-421, 1924.) On plants from Veracruz and Chiapas.




7: 414-416, illus.)

I. triflora and I. californica, from Baja California. 1894a. "Additions to the flora of the Cape region of Baja California II." (Zoe 4: 398-408, illus.) An annotated catalogue of collections made in the western part of the mountains. New taxa include Thalictrum vesiculosum Lec. var. peninsulare, Ranunculus abortivus L. var. australis, Colubrina arbórea, Carica caudata, Faxonia gen. nov. with F. pusilla, and Adelia virgata. 1896. "Lavatera


1916. "Species novae vel minus cognitae." ( U n i v . Calif. Publ. Bot. 6 ( 1 2 ) : 357-361). Descriptions of plants from various localities, including some in Mexico.

(Gard. For. 9: 164-165, illus.)

Supposed to be native to the Coronados; localities for other species in Mexico are mentioned without naming the plants.

BRANDENBURG, Magda M. See BAEGERT, Johann Jacob, 1772. 154



BRANDES, E. W. (Elmer Walker). 1942. "Go ahead guayule." (Agr. Americas A popular article.

2 ( 5 ) : 83-86, illus.)

BRANDES, Rudolph. 1826. "Ueber die copalcke (sie), eine neue Mexikanische fieberrinde." (Arch. Pharm. 17: 197-204, 19: 80-100.) On Croton, with the emphasis on the chemical analysis. BRANDT, Cora Rose. 1952. "Lester Rowntree: denizen of the mountains." (Jour. Calif. Hort. Soc. 13: 8-17, port.) Biography, with brief reference to her trips in Mexico.

BRAUN, A. 1858. "Notice sur les Laurinées cultivées dans les jardins." ( Belgique Hort. 8: 112-119; 137-146.) General remarks, followed by a list of species, with descriptions and place of origin of each.

BRANDT, Emst Friedrich Wilhelm. 1949. "Nonnulla de parasitis quibusdam phanerogamicis observata." (Linnaea 22: 81-128, 1 pi.) Résumé of various types of parasitic plants, with examples from various genera in many families.

BRAUN, K. (Karl?). 1876. "Ueber Agaueen-namentlich Furcraea." ( Sitz-ber. Ces. Naturf. Freunde Berlin 3-6). With references to a number of species of Agave and Furcraea, particularly F. longaeva. 1896. "Fibras de los Agaves." (Agrie. Méx. 1, p. 78.) An extract; translator's name and original source are not given. 1906. "Die Agaven." (Pflanzer 2(14-20): 209, 225, 241, 273, 289, 307, bibl., 1906. Nachtrae ge, on 357-351. Another Nachtraege 4 ( 4 , 7 ) : 49-112 a, 1908.) "Ihre kultur und Verwendung mit besonderer beruecksichtigung von Agave rigida var. sisalana"; with a list of many other species, giving common names, distribution, and description of the fiber. 1912. "Reiswurzeln, zacatón und dergl." (Pflanzer 8: 6-17.) A résumé, by Ch. Royer, was publ. in (Quinz. Col. 16: 792-793, 1912), with the title "Chiendents à brosses, zacatón et autres plantes du même genre". On Epicampes macroura and E. stricta from Mexico. There is also a note on a plant cited only as "barba de chivo."

BRANDT, Johan Friedrich. See HAMEL, J., 1835. BRANNT, William Theodore. 1900. India rubber, gutta percha, and balata . . . . Philadelphia, 328 p., 24 illus. Contains a brief reference to cultivation of Castüloa in Mexico. BRASSEUR de BOURBOURG, Charles Etienne Abbé de. See also ARA, Domingo de, 1571; LANDA, Diego de (ca. 1566). 1861-1862. "Voyage sur l'Isthme de Tehuantepec, dans l'état de Chiapas et la Republique de Guatemala, 1859-1960." (Nouv. Ann. Voy. 172: 129-196, 274-370, 1861; 173: 47-89, 1862.) Repr. as a separate, Paris, 1861, 209 p. This is cited as Premiere partie, but no more seems to have been pubi. With a brief discussion of the Agave of the Isthmus. 1872. La langue Maya. Paris, 462 p.—MN Méx. BRASSFIELD, Carl. 1939. "Lower California, Mexico." 166-167, illus.) Brief story of a trip.




BRATTSTROM, Bayard H(olmes). 1953. "The cactus of the Revillagigedo Islands, Mexico." Succ. Jour. 2 5 ( 6 ) : 181-182.)


1914. "Die sisalagave." (Pflanzer 10: 95-107, bibl.) Condensed summary of data on the plant, with emphasis on the culture of Agave sisalana. Descriptions are given also of A. cantula Roxb., A. fourcroydes Lem., A. lespinassei Trel., and A. zapupe Trel.


A brief description of the islands, and of the only cactus there: Opuntia engelmannii Salm Dyck. 1955. "Notes on the herpetology of the Revillagigedo Islands, Mexico." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 54: 210-229, bibl.) With a brief mention of the vegetation on Clarion and Socorro Islands.

BRAUN-BLANQUET, Josias. See also BARTLETT, Harley Harris, 1933. 1928. Pflanzensoziologie. Berlin, 1928, 1st ed.; Wien, 1951, 2d ed., 630 p., 350 illus. Basic text for a system of classification of plant associations, which has many followers, especially in Europe.

BRAUBACH, Charles.


1925. "Medicinal plants of the Aztecs which are still in common use in Mexico." (Jour. Amer. Pharm. Assoc. 1 4 ( 6 ) : 498-505.) Discusses principally drugs which are not known outside Mexico; lists them at random, by common names and scientific names, with uses. There is also a discussion of botanical classification and nomenclature among the Aztecs. BRAUER, Armando Escamilla. mando.



plantae novae et adnotationes in seminum indicibus et adversariis dispositae." With descriptions of the following taxa from Mexico: Euxolus (Berlasia) emarginatus A. Br. & Bouché; Valeriana phaseoli A. Br., and Heterocentron roseum A. Br. & Bouché. 1854, 1856. "Appendix—specierum novarum et minus cognitarum quae in Horto Regio Botánico Berolinensi coluntur." (Ann Sei. Nat., IV, 1: 333-470, 1854 and 6: 350-372, 1856). Includes descriptions of many plants from tropical America. The last section is mainly a treatment of Bromeliaceae by C. Koch.

1933. "Cacti of the Rio Grande Valley." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 5 ( 2 ) : 419-421, illus.) Description of a trip on the American side, listing the plants seen. BRAVO, Francisco. See also LEJEUNE, Fritz, 1926. 1570. Opera medicinalia. México, 316 ff., illus.—NN. Another copy of the work is at CSm H; a photostat of the latter is at DNLM.


BRAUER H., Oscar. See VARIOUS, 1958, 1959.

Fourth section is on sarsaparilla. For a discussion of this work see "El primer libro de medicina impreso en México" by Nicolás León in (Gac. Méd. Méx. 56: 234-243, 1925). The author's name is cited in some places as Bravo Orsunensi, indicating that he was a native of Osuna, in Spain.

BRAUN, Alexander Carl Heinrich. See also BERNOULLI, Gustav, 1871; ENGELMANN, G., 1842-1843. 1849. "Delectus seminum in Horto Botanici Friburgensi." (Ann. Sci. Nat., Ill, 12: 355-356.) With a description of Nicotiana (Hypsiandra) graciliflora A. Br. from Mexico, a new species and a new section.

BRAVO, Gustavo Lezama. See LE Z AM A BRAVO, Gustavo. BRAVO, Helia. See BRAVO HOLLIS, Helia.

BRAUN, Alexander, Carl Heinrich Johann Friedrich, KLOTZSCH, and BOUCHE. 1851. Species novae et minus cognitae Horti Regit Botanici Berolinensis. Berlin, 3 p.-NNBG. Also in (Linnaea 25: 293-302, 1852) with the title, "Hortorum botanicorum

BRAVO, Rodolfo Lezama. See LEZAMA BRAVO, Rodolfo. BRAVO, Samuel Miranda. See MIRANDA BRAVO, Samuel. BRAVO de LAGUNAS, Constantino. Francisco del (1579-1582).







BRAVO HOLLIS, Helia. See also BAXTER, Edgar, 1932; MARISCAL, Mario, 1937; MARSHALL, W. Taylor, 1956; RAMOS ESPINOSA, Alfredo, 1937; VARIOUS, 1955; 1960 a; 1960 b. 1930. "Las Lemnaceas del Valle de Mexico." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 1: 7-32, 27 illus.) With common names, descriptions of the family, a key to genera and species, and descriptions of species. 1930a. "Las Cactaceas de Tehuacán." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 1: 87124, 31 illus.) With a description of a new species: Opuntia hofimanni. 1931. "Contribución al conocimiento de las Cactaceas de México." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 2: 3-14, 14 illus., presented at 9th Congreso Medico Nacional.) English trans., printed in (Jour. Cad. Succ. Soc. Amer. 4 ( 1 0 ) : 361-362, ( 1 1 ) : 380-381, illus., 1932, 5 ( 7 ) : 505-509, illus., 1934). "Nota acerca de la histología del peyote;" identified as Lophophora williamsii Lemaire. 1931a. "Cactaceas del Valle de Oaxaca." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 2: 117-126, 12 illus.) With descriptions and distribution. 1931b. "Contribución al conocimiento de las Cactaceas de México." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 2: 127-131, 4 illus.) Descriptions of four new species of Neomammillaria: ochoterenae, schmollii, patonii, and hamiltonhoytea. 1931c. "Neomammillarias nuevas de Mexico." (An Inst. Biol. Mex. 2: 193-196, illus.) N. ortizrubiana from Guanajuato and Querétaro and N. mendeliana from Guanajuato. 1931d. "Contribución al conocimiento de las Cactaceas de Tehuacán." México, 52 p., illus. Thesis TJNAM. With description, keys, common names, synonymy, and localities. 1932. "Contribución al conocimiento de las Cactaceas de México." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 3: 15-18, 3 illus.) With a description of Myrtillocactus grandiareolatus. 1932b. "Contribución al conocimiento de las Cactaceas del Estado de Guerrero." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 3: 375-398, 25 illus.) "Cactaceas del Cañón del Zopilote." 1932c. "Las Cactaceas - plantas típicas de Mexico." (Turista Méx. 1: 44-46, 3 illus.) In English and Spanish. 1934. "Las Cactaceas entre los antiguos Mexicanos." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 5: 139-148, 10 figs.) With identification of some species mentioned in Hernández. 1934a. "Estudio botánico acerca de las Solanaceas Mexicanas del género Capsicum." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 5: 303-321, 8 figs.) With keys to species and varieties; also some histological data and chemistry.


1941. "The Mexican cacti." (Mex. Amer. Rev. 9 ( 1 2 ) : 69-72.) Popular article. 1950. "Notas cactológicas." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 21: 23-24.) First description of the flower of Mammillaria guerreronis (Bravo) Baker and Knuth. 1950a. "Notas cactológicas." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 21: 293-298, illus., map.) Repr. without the map in (Bol. Soc. Bot. Méx. 13: 11-15, 1951). On plants collected in Sonora by Dudley B. Gold. Plants are grouped according to localities where found, with identifications. 1950-1954. "Iconografía de las Cactaceas Mexicanas." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 21: 439-482, illus., 1950; 23: 501-557, illus., 1952; 25: 473-552, illus., 1954.) I. "Cactaceas del norte de Sonora." With a general description of the area and descriptions of 21 species. II. "Cactaceas del suroeste de Tamaulipas." Like the above, with descriptions of 22 species. III. "Cactaceas de las Mixtecas Altas." Like the above, with descriptions of 27 species. For continuation, see 1956 b. 1951. "Nuevas especies del género Epithelantha." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 22: 15-23, illus.) Epithelantha densispina and E. rufispina, from Coahuila. BRAVO, Helia, and Débora RAMIREZ CANTU. 1951a. "Observaciones florístico-ecológicas en la mesa de San Diego y su declive oriental hacia la cuenca del Rio Cazones (Puebla)." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 22: 397-434, illus.) Also in (Mem. Congr. Cient. Méx. 6: 200-229, 1953.) A review of the geography, meteorology, and ecology of the region, with a description of associations and a list of species collected. BRAVO HOLLIS, Helia. 1953. "Una Cactacea del género Mammillaria poco conocida." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 24: 47-50, illus.) On M. diacentra; its exact locality is unknown. 1953a. "Un nuevo género de la familia de las Cactaceas." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 24: 215-232, 7 figs.) Repr. in English in (Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 7 ( 1 ) : 3-12, illus., 1955; photos by A. Villalobos and Manuel Ruíz O.) Description and nomenclatural history of Backebergia, n.g. from Michoacan and Guerrero, based on Pilocereus chrysomallus Lemaire. This is compared with Pachycereus chrysomallus B. and R., which is transferred to Mitrocereus fulviceps (Weber) Backeberg. 1955. "Una nueva especie de Thelocactus de la cuenca del Rio Meztitlán, Hidalgo." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 26: 23-27, illus. Repr. in Cact. Sue. Méx. 1: 17, 1955, and trans, by Howard E. Gates, as "Thelocactus goldii a new species," and printed in Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 7 ( 5 ) : 158, illus., 1955.)

1935. "Las Cactaceas." (Mapa 2( 12): 17-19, illus.) Popular article. 1936. "Jesús González Ortega." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 7: 167.) Notice of the death of an important Mexican botanist. 1936a. "Observaciones florísticas y geobotánicas en el Valle de Actopan." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 7: 169-233, 27 figs.) An ecological study, with an inventory of the plants, noted by family, with common and scientific names, and localities. 1937. "Observaciones florísticas y geobotánicas en el Valle del Mezquital, Hidalgo." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 8: 3-82, 24 figs.) With an analysis of associations and a list of the plants, grouped by families.

1955a. "Algunas observaciones acerca de la vegetación de la region de Escarcega, Campeche, y zonas cercanas." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 26: 283-301, illus., repr. without the photographie illus., in Bol. Soc. Bot. Méx. 18: 11-24, 1955.) A general description of the area and its vegetation (by zones) with lists of dominant species, cited with common and scientific names. A history of botanical exploration in the area is included. 1955, 1957. "Portraits." (On the covers of Cact. Succ. Jour. 27 ( 1 ), 29(1).) 1956. "El género Neodawsonia." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 2 7 ( 1 ) : 7-17, 9 illus.) With a key to 3 species, two of them new—N. guengolensis and N. nana, both from Oaxaca. 1956a. "Una neuva especie de Cereus." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 2 7 ( 2 ) : 311-319; illus. by MacDougall and Sivilla.) Repr. in (Cact. Sue. Mex. 2 ( 3 ) : 49-52, illus., 1957.) Ritterocereus chacalapensis from Oaxaca. 1956b. "Iconografía de las Cactaceas Mexicanas." (Cact. Succ. Mex. 1 ( 1 ) 15-16, 1 ( 3 ) : 51-53, illus.; ( 4 ) : 73-75; ( 5 ) : 93-95, illus.; 2 ( 1 ) : 17-19, illus., ( 2 ) : 39-42, 1957; in progress.)

1937a. "Pachycereus grandis Rose." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 8 ( 7 ) : 118.) Description of a plant in Cuemavaca. 1937b. Las Cactaceas de México. México, 755 p., 324 illus., bibl. -DA. Comprehensive monograph giving history, taxonomy, description, distribution, and use of each plant. If illustration of a plant is not in the book, there is a note telling where one can be found.





Includes descriptions of the following: Neobuxbaumia tetetzo, Lemaireocereus hollianus (Weber) Br. and R.; Pilocereus collinsii (Br. and R . ) Backeberg and Knuth; Stenocactus stellatus (Pfeiffer) Riccobono; Pereskia conzatti (Br. and R . ) ; Melocactus delessertianus Lemaire, reducing M. salvador to synonymy. The second installment was translated into German by K. Johner and published in ( K a k t . And. Sukk. 1 1 ( 7 ) : 108-109, 1960). 1956c. "Estudios cactológicos." ( C a c t . Sue. Mex. 1 ( 4 ) : 53-67, illus.) Illus. by T. MacDougall and Sivilla (Javier Sivilla Cuspinera.) Study of Pachycereus tehuantepeeanus sp.n. with special attention to characters which distinguish it from P. granáis Britton and Rose: (sp.n. is by T. MacDougall and H. Bravo H.) See also "Una neuva especie de Pachycereus" in ( B o l . Soc. Bot. Méx. 19: 16-18, illus., 1956.) 1956d. "Una neuva Mammillaria de espinas ganchudas." ( C a c t . Sue. Mex. 1 ( 5 ) : 85-87, illus.) Description of Mammillaria mitlensis sp. nov. from Oaxaca, with a table to distinguish it from M. solisii. Descriptions are in Latin, Spanish, and English. BRAVO HOLLIS, Helia, and W. Taylor MARSHALL. 1956-1957. "A revision of the genus Toumeya." (Saguaroland Bull. 1 0 ( 1 0 ) : 112-119, 1 1 ( 3 ) : 31; in English and Spanish.) With a key to species ( 7 ) , and descriptions with distribution. Mexican species include T. klinkeriana, T. schmiediekiana, T. maerohele, T. pseudomacrohele, T. lophophoroides, and T. schwarzii (Shurly) Bravo and Marshall comb. nov. BRAVO HOLLIS, Helia. 1957. "Una neuva especie de Mammillaria." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 28: 37-38, illus.) M. pitcayensis from Guerrero. The description was reprinted in ( C a c t . Sue. Mex. 3 ( 4 ) : 75-76, illus., 1958). 1957a. "Mi viaje por Arizona y California." ( C a c t . Sue. Mex. 2 ( 1 ) : 3-11, illus.) Includes observations on a trip through part of Lower California. 1957b. "Un Acanthocereus de Ceibaplaya, Campeche." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 2 ( 4 ) : 85-87, illus.) Detailed description, in Spanish, of A. baxaniensis winsky) Borg.


BRAVO H., Helia and Thomas MacDOUGALL. 1958. "Revisión del género Neodawsonia." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 29: 73-87, illus.) Repr., with some illustrations omitted, in (Cact. Sue. Mex. 4 ( 3 ) : 52-60, 1959.) With keys to 3 species, two of which are described as new (from Oaxaca): N. totolapensis and N. nizandensis. An English translation, by E. Yale Dawson, was published in Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 5 ( 4 ) : 107-116, illus., 1963. BRAVO H., Helia, and Don K. COX. 1958a. "Estudios cactológicos." (Cact. Succ. Mex. 3 ( 1 ) : 3-12, illus., map, bibl.) Description of Heliabravoa chende (Goss.) Backeberg, with a review of the history of the plant and a discussion of its distribution. BRAVO H., Helia. 1958b. "Una Wilcoxia del Estado de Morelos." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 3 ( 2 ) : 37-30, 32, illus.) Description in Latin, Spanish, and English of W. tomentosa sp. nov.; with a table to distinguish it from W. viperina. 1958c. "Notas acerca de una gira cactológica." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 3 ( 3 ) : 63-67, illus.) Account of a trip to central and northern Mexico from Nuevo León, Coahuila, and Durango to Guanajuato, with lists of plants collected and observed. 1959. "Una especie neuva de Echinofossulocactus." (An. Inst. Biol. Méx. 3 0 ( 1 - 2 ) : 59-61, illus.) Repr. in (Cact. Sue. Mex. 5 ( 4 ) : 91-92, illus.) On E. multiareolatus from Apam, in the state of Hildalgo.

1959a. "Nota acerca de algunas especies del herbario Mociño y Sessé." (Cact. Succ. Mex. 4 ( 1 ) : 8-11, illus.) Eleven specimens of cactus are identified, in eight species. 1960. "Una especie nueva del género Echinocereus." (An Inst. Biol. Méx. 31: 119-121, illus.) E. matudae from Chihuahua. 1960a. "Una jira por la zona de la lechuguilla.". (Cact. Sue. Mex. 5 ( 2 ) : 27-34, illus.) In northern Mexico, visiting Saltillo, Matehuala, Jaumave, etc. 1960b.

"Reseña de una excursión por los estados del norte de México." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 5 ( 3 ) : 51-62, illus.) Report of a trip to Chihuahua.

1960c. "Algunos datos acerca de la vegetación del Estado de Oaxaca." (Rev. Mex. Est. Antrop. 16: 31-48.) Divided into 9 zones, according to the work by Leopold (1950, q.v.) with plants listed by common and scientific names. Also included is a list of useful plants for Tuxtepec, taken from Miranda, 1948, q. v. BRAVO, Helia, and Thomas MACDOUGALL. 1961. "Una Mammillaria nueva de México." (An. Inst. Biol. 3 2 ( 1 - 2 ) : 187-190.) M. guiengolensis from Oaxaca.


BRAVO, Helia. 1961a. "Ing. Marcelino Castañeda." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 6 ( 1 ) : 16.) Biography, on the occasion of his death. 1961b. "Una excursion al Malpaís cercano á Tacámbaro, Michoacán." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 6: 53-59, illus.) 1961c. "Las flores de Backebergia militaris (Audot) Bravo." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 6: 90-93, illus.) 1962. "Classificación de las Cactaceas." (Cact. Sue. Mex. 7 ( l ) : 3 - 7 , 31-37, 55-60, 79-81, 84.) To subfamilies, tribes, subtribes, genera, and subgenera. BRAVA ORSUNENSI, Francisco.

See BRAVO, Francisco.

BRAVO V I L L A R O E L , Luis. 1941. El nopalillo en el pulque. México, 29 p.—IBMéx. Chemical study of Opuntia tunicata. BRAY, William L. See also ULINE, Edwin B., and BRAY, 1894. 1898. "On the relation of the flora of the lower Sonoran zone in North America to the flora of the arid zones of Chili and Argentine." (Bot. Gaz. 26: 121-147.) Based on the studies of Amarantaceae, Malvaceae, Loasaceae, Leguminosae, Zygophyllaceae, Polygonaceae, Frankeniaceae, Chenopodiacae, Boraginacae, and Polemoniaceae. Most of the genera are xerophytes or halophytes. 1898a. "The geographical distribution of the Frankeniaceae." (Bot. Jahrb. 24: 395-417.) "In connection with their systematic relationships." 1900. "Plant geography of North America." (Science n.s. 12 ( 3 0 6 ) : 709-716.) On the relations of the North American flora to that of South America. Discusses the Gulf zone neo-tropical element; the alpine and arctic alpine floral elements in South America, and warm temperature and subtropical xerophilous elements common to North and South America (divided into 3 subsections ). 1901. "The ecological relations of the vegetation of western Texas." (Bot. Gaz. 32: 99, 195, 262.) A discussion of the influential factors, a description of various plant formations characterizing different areas in general, and in detail, with dominant plants. 1905. "Vegetation of the sotol country, Texas." (Bull. Univ. Tex. 60 (Sci. Ser. No. 6 ) : 1-24, 11 pl. ; also in Trans. Tex. Acad. Sci. 7: 101-122, 11 pi.) On the area where Dasylirion texanum is the dominant plant. The discussion covers physiographic features, floristic content and relationship, ecological forms of the vegetation, classified and described, economic importance of the plants, and a description of associations.


BREACH BRAY—continued 1906. "Distribution and adaptation of the vegetation of Texas." (Bull. Univ. Tex. 82 (Sei. ser. 1 0 ) : 1-108, 14 pi., maps, bibl.) Discusses factors in the environment and their effects. Plant societies are classified and described; detailed lists of plants are given for many of the associations, with scientific and common names. BREACH, Jaime Almada. See ALMADA BREACH, Jaime.

BRENNER, Sophia Elizabet. 1708.

"Minne oefver den foerundranswaerde stora Americanska Aloen." Stockholm ( 11 p. ). Poem in Swedish; with quotes from the Recchi edition of Hernández.

BRENO, José Eduardo Cárdenas. See CARDENAS y BRENO, José Eduardo. BRESSAN, Pablo.

BREAZEALE, Lucretia. See STOCKWELL, William Palmer, and BREAZEALE, 1933.


BRECEDA, Arturo Salvador. 1930. " E l café." México, 5 9 typed p. Thesis ENA. On Coffea.

BRESSMAN, Earl Norman. BRESSMAN, 1923.

BRECK, Joseph. 1871.

"The Mexican tiger flower." (Tilton's Jour. Hort. 9 : 65-67, illus.) Quotes Bernard McMahon's description of The Mexican Ferraría or tiger flower, in American gardener's calendar, p. 4 6 5 (Philadelphia, 1 8 0 6 ) , where the plant is identified as F. tigridia Curtis or F. pavonia L . Breck adds to the description and data on culture, but cites the American gardener's calendar incorrectly as "American Gardener's Magazine."

BRECKER, Carlos S. See BREKER, Carlos S. BREDEMANN, G. 1927.

"Versuche ueber ertragssteigerung bei flachs durch klimawechsel." (Faserforschung 6: 5 1 - 7 2 . ) Includes a section, on p. 56-57, describing the experiments by Dr. Friedr. Petersen in the Hacinda Amalucan, Puebla.

BREKER, Carlos S. See also NELSON, E . W., 1911. 1905. "Un viaje por el sud oeste de México," (Bol. Soc. Méx. Geog. Est., V, 1: 4 4 6 - 4 6 0 ) . Reports on an article by E . W . Nelson entitled "A winter expedition in southwestern Mexico." (Nat. Geog. Mag. 1 5 ( 4 ) : 339-356, September, 1 9 0 4 ) , q.v. BREKER, D. C. 1884.

"Etymologie geographischer namen in Mexico." (Mitt. K. K. Geog. Ges. Wien 27: 4 1 - 4 8 ) . For localities in 12 states, including the Distrito Federal; derivations include plant names.

BRENA, Daniel Kuri. See KURI BRENA, Daniel. BREÑA ALVIRES, Adrián. 1906. "Sobre ruibarbo." Morelia, 11 lvs. Ms. Thesis Univ. Michoacán, Arch. On Rheum. BRENAN, J. P. M. See JAEGER, Paul, 1961.

México, 22 p.



Henry Agard, and

BRETON, Adela C. See ARA, Domingo de, 1571, 1620; GUZMAN, Alonso de, 1616. BRETON, Raimond, R. P. (P. Ie BRETON, S. J . ) . See LABAT, Jean Baptiste, 1722; ROCHEFORT, Charles de, 1658. BRETON, Rubén. See RIVERA, Irene, and BRETON, 1940. BRETON, S. J., P. Ie. See BRETON, Raimond, R. P. BRETON F O N T E C I L L A , Ricardo. 1941. "Importancia económica del cultivo del jitomate." Chapingo, 87 p., map. Thesis ENA. On




BREITUNG, August Julius. 1959-1960. "Cultivated and native Agaves in the southwestern United States." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 3 1 ( 2 ) : 44-48; ( 3 ) : 90-97, ( 4 ) : 114-117, ( 5 ) : 142-146, illus., 1959; 3 2 ( 1 ) : 20-23, illus., ( 2 ) : 35-38; ( 3 ) : 79-81, illus., ( 4 ) : 112-115, illus., ( 5 ) : 181-183, illus., 1960.) In progress. In each issue, the majority of species described and illustrated are from Mexico. The author writes, Dec. 27, 1960, in a personal communication, "My articles on Agave will run in the Journal until about 1965. Eventually all the Agave material will be published in book form."

de moricultura.

With a section on the history of the industry.

BREDMEYER, Mr. See ANONYMOUS, 1819. 1925. Picturesque Mexico. London, 2 5 6 pi. maps, 19 p. text.—PU. Text is by Walther Staub, with comments on plants. Many of the illustrations refer to important plants. Photographs are mainly by Hugo Brehme; a few are by Caecilie Seler-Sachs and Teobert Maler.

Nociones elementales


"Contribución al estudio botánico, químico, y farmacodinámico de Crataegus mexicana." México, 38 p., illus. Thesis Med. Emphasis is on the chemistry, but there is a short introductory chapter with the history and a botanical description of the plant. The thesis was also published in (Quim. Farm. beginning in vol. 7, 1941 and continuing in 8 ( 5 2 ) : 25-27, ( 5 6 ) : 25-27, ( 5 7 ) : 26-28, ( 5 8 ) : 26-28, ( 5 9 ) : 25-28, 1942. Numbers preceding 8 ( 5 2 ) were not seen.) "Contribución al estudio botánico, químico, y farmacoridámico de la Commelina pallida." (Gac. Méd. Méx. 72: 2232 2 9 . ) Also in (Quím. Farm. 1 1 ( 9 ) : 8-16, 1956). Followed on p. 230-236, with a discussion by Ramón Pérez Cirera, "Comentario al trabajo de ingreso del Dr. Ruben Bretón Manjárrez."

BRETON y VEDRÀ, Luís. 1897.

Las plantas productoras del caoutchouc. México, 46 p., illus. - M n U. By the Mexican consul in Lisbon, from data supplied by the Ministerio de Marina y Ultramar de Portugal: mostly on culture, with a list of source plants from the Euphorbiaceae, Urticaceae, Apocynaceae, with their place of origin and a brief description. The emphasis is on Africa.

BRETT, Charles H. 1944. 1946.

"Cat willow." (Chemurg. Dig. 3: 313-314, illus.) On Amorpha fruticosa L. and its value as an insecticide. "Insecticidal properties of the indigo bush." (Jour. Agr. Res. 7 3 ( 3 ) : 81-96, 5 figs.) Description, distribution of Amorpha fruticosa, and reports on tests of it as a stomach and contact poison, and as a repellent.

B R E W E R , Thomas Mayo. 1870-1871. "On the physical geography and natural history of the islands of the Tres Marias and of Socorro, off the western coast of Mexico." (Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. 15: 261-302.) The emphasis is on bird collections made by Grayson; descriptions of the islands are from Grayson's narrative. References to plants are occasional and to the most conspicuous ones: Cedrela, Cereus, Ficus, and Eriodendron.


B R E W E R , William Henry. See also STURTEVANT, E . Lewis, 18771882.

1902. "Ficus elastica in Mexico." (Agr. Bull. Str. Fed. Mai. St. n.s. 1: 3 5 9 - 3 6 0 . ) A letter forwarded by Herbert M. Darby; the plant is identified as Castilloa elastica growing in southern Mexico.

B R E W E R , William Henry, Sereno WATSON, and Asa GRAY. 1876, 1880. Botany of California. Cambridge, Mass., 2 vols. Prepared under the auspices of the Geol. Surv. of the state of California.


BREYN Volume I covers the Polypetalae, by Brewer and Watson, and the Gamopetalae by Gray. The Apetalae are done in the 2d volume, by Watson. In vol. 2, p. 553-559, there is a section by Brewer, giving bibliographic details about persons who collected plants in California; many of these collected, also, in Mexico. BREYN, Jacob (BREYNIUS, Jacobus). 1672(1681). "De tacamahaca liquida." (Misc. Cur. Med. Phys. Acad. Nat. Cur. 3: 444.) Mentions a similar resin from Mexico called couxucote. 1678. Exoticarum aliarumque minus cognitarum plantarum. Gedani, 195 p., 101 pi. With descriptions and plates. Leon says the work is by Juan Felipe, son of Jacob, but the son was born in 1680! BREYN, Johann Philip, (also as Breyne and Breynius, Philipp). See also BREYN, Jacob, 1678.


BREYN, Johann Philip (Joannis Philipp). 1731. Historia naturalis cocci radicus tinctorii. Gedani, 22 p., 2 pi. —PPAN. Repr. in ( Acta Phys. Med. Acad, Caes. Leop. Carol. Nat. Cur. 3: l - 3 2 ( A p p . ) , illus., 1733.) With a brief reference to "coccum Americanum sive cochinilla" as one of the 3 species of "grant tinctorii." BREZOL, H. (Pubi, as H. B . ) 1892. "La vigne Mexicaine." (Ret). Sci. Nat. Appi. 3 9 ( 2 ) : 538.) A discussion of Cissus mexicana in Sinaloa, and its uses.

BRIAU, Raymond. 1928. Du peyotl. Paris, 137 p . - I B M é x . Mainly of medical interest. BRICENO, Diego. See ASENSIO y T O L E D O , José Maria ( 1 5 7 9 ) . BRICHAMBAUT, Guy Perrin de. See PERRIN de BRICHAMBAUT, Guy. BRIDGMAN, Lewis Jesse. See BAXTER, Sylvester, 1891. BRIEGER, Friedrich G. 1943. "Origem do milho." (Rev. Agr. (Brazil) 18: 409-418.) Résumé of a work presented in the Seccao de Genetica da Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz" da Universidade de Sào Paulo.—Lib. P. C. Mangelsdorf. Mainly a discussion of the ideas set forth by Mangelsdorf and Reeves, followed by the author's own conclusions as to the origin of corn and the position of Euchlaena, with relation to the problem. 1949. "Origem e domesticacao do milho." (Lilloa 20: 37-44.) With the emphasis on South American centers of domestication, and on relations between South American and Central American maize. 1958. "On the phytogeography of orchids." (Proc. 2d World Orchid Conf., 1957: 189-200.) A discussion of distribution correlated with paleo-geography, drawing conclusions for evolution and phylogenetics. The discussion includes dispersal, disjunctions, and distribution within continental areas. Mexico is included in the American tropics. (Proc.

1960a. "On the taxonomy of the tribe Laelieae, Orchidaceae. (Proc. World Orchid Conf. 3: 333-345.) With a list of genera, in 5 series. Series 3, 14 genera, consists of taxa in Central America; series 5 consists of genera from miscellaneous localities. BRIGGS, J. R. 1887. "Museale buttons." (Med. 9 ( 5 ) : 144-145.)

Reg. 1: 276-277; also in Med

BRIGHAM, William Tufts. 1869. "Notes on tropical fruits." (Amer. Nat. 2: 183, 307, 405.) Trans, into French as "Notes sur les fruits des tropiques" by A. Preudhome de Borre (Belg. Hort. 2 : 141-153, 1871). BRIGHT, William O. 1944. "Photograph of Craptopetalum Jour. 1 6 ( 5 ) : 72.) The ghost plant of Mexico.




BRIGNOLI a BRUNNHOFF, F . de. 1849. "Adnotationes ad indicem seminum Horti Botanici Mutinensis." (Ann. Sci. Nat., III, 12: 365.) Includes discussion on Reana giovannini (Gramineae) in Mexico. BRIJADA MONJARAZ, Alfredo. 1936. "Instrucciones para el cultivo y explotación racional del jitomate." Chapingo, 45 typed p. Thesis ENA. On Lycopersicum. BRINE, Lindesay. 1894. Travels amongst American Indians in Guatemala, Mexico, and Yucatán. London, 429 p., illus., 2 maps. With a very interesting chapter on Chiapas. The author is an archaeologist.

BRIAND, J. 1906. "El perejil." (Boi. Soc. Agr. Mex. 3 0 ( 3 3 ) : 655-656.) As a "pianta medicinal."

1960. "Geographic distribution and phylogeny of orchids." World Orchid Conf. 3: 328-333.)

BRIGHAM, Arthur Amber. 1896. "Der mais." Goettingen (thesis), 54 p.—MHA. "Ein beitrag zur geschichte der entwicklung seines anbaues, und Schilderung einer reihe systematischer Untersuchungen zum zwecke der Verbesserung seiner sucht und der Steigerung seiner ertraege." Considers history, distribution, variability, uses, American corn production, and a study of properties of maize which lend themselves best to increase in production.


Describes the physiological effects, as observed in a personal experience with the use of the plant.

BRINGAS ALVAREZ, José. 1948. "Cultivo y beneficio del café en pequeña escala en la region de Jungapéo, Michoacán." Cd. Juárez, 39 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Coffea. BRINGAS ALVAREZ, Leopoldo. 1947. " E l cultivo del plátano." Cd. Juárez, 38 p. Thesis EPA. On Musa. BRINK, R. C. Bakhuizen Van Den. BRINK, R. C.



BRINKER, Robert Roland. 1942. "Monograph of Schoenocaulon." (Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 29: 287-314, illus., incl. maps.) Includes history, morphology, related genera, key to species, descriptions, and a list of specimens examined. Eight new species are described from Mexico. BRINTON, Daniel Garrison. See also COOK, Orator Fuller, 1919; F U E R T E S , E . A., 1871. 1875. "On damiana." (Med. Surg. Rep. 3 3 ( 7 ) : 137.) Printed anonymously, but perhaps by the ed., D. G. Brinton. Believes it to be useless as a drug. 1888. "On the Chaneabal (four language) tribe and dialect of Chiapas." (Amer. Anthrop. 1: 77-96; trans, and annotated by Marcos E . Becerra.) A Spanish version " E l chane abal-cuatro lenguas," was printed in (An. Mus. Nac. Méx. IV, 4 : 331-353, 1926). A discussion of the four languages spoken near Comitán: Tzozil, Zoque, Maya and Tzendal, pointing out errors in the works of earlier writers on the subject. Two vocabularies are included: "Vocabulario comparativo de Chaneabal" collected by Karl Hermann Berendt, 1870, in Tuxtía Gutiérrez, and "Vocabulario de Chaneabal" from the ms. of José María Sanchez, cura de Ocozocuautla, ca. 1860. 1892. "On the Mazatec language of Mexico and its affinities." Amer. Phil. Soc. 30: 31-39.)


With an English-Mazatecan vocabulary, and a comparison of Mazatecan with Chiapanecan. BRINTON, Daniel G., et al.




BRINTON—continued 1893. "The tribute roll of Montezuma." (Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. n.s. 17: 53-61, 6 pi.) Manuscripts were secured for the society in 1930 by Poinsett; they are numbered in Lorenzana's Historia de Nueva España as 1, 2, 27, 28, and 30. Description of the manuscripts is by Henry Phillips, Jr. and J. Cheston Morris; a discussion of "the written language of the ancient Mexicans" is by Brinton. BRIOSO y CANDIANI, Manuel. 1890? Biografía del Sr. Manuel M. Garcida. Oaxaca, 30 p., port. Bibliot. G. Echániz. 1890. Elementos de geografía del Estado de Oaxaca. Oaxaca, 44 p.— SMGE. With a brief section on the plant products. B R I Q U E T , John. See also CANDOLLE, Anne Casimir Pyramus de, 1924-1926. 1894. "Fragmenta monographiae Labiatarum." (Bull. Herb. Boiss. 2 ( 1 2 ) : 689-724.) Under Decades Mentharum novarum, describes M. arvensis Linn. var. pavoniana from Mexico. 1896. "Verbenacearum novarum descriptiones." (Bull. Herb. Boiss. 4 : 336-349, illus. Cited also, with the same paging, as Bull. Lab. Bot. Gen. Univ. Genève 1 ( 2 ) . ) The following taxa are included from Mexico: Lippia pringlei from Jalisco, Citharexylum jurgenseni from Oaxaca, Callicarpa pringlei from San Luís Potosí, Vitex hemsleyi from Oaxaca, and Clerodendron emarginatum (in America tropica, verisimiliter Mexico). Citharexylum scandens Briq. et Spruce is from South America, but it is cited in Ind. Kew. as Mexican. 1898. "Observations sur quelques Flacourtiacées de l'Herbier Delessert." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 2: 41-78, 1 pl.) Includes, in part 6, "espèces nouvelles ou peu connues du genre Casearia Jaeq." with C. pringlei, C. orizabana, C. lindeniana, and C. platyphylla from Mexico. 1898a. "Fragmenta monographiae Labiatarum." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 2: 102-251.) With a considerable number of new species, in several genera, described from Mexico. 1900-1902. "Espèces nouvelles ou peu connues." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 4:213-342.) Cont. as "Description de quelques espèces nouvelles ou peu connues" ( 6 : 157-162, 1902). Includes descriptions of various species from Mexico. 1902. "Description de quelques espèces nouvelles ou peu connues du genre Brittonastrum." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 6: 157-162.) Includes B. pringlei n.sp. from Chihuahua. 1907-1931. "Decades plantarum novarum vel minus cognitarum." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 10: 99-107, 1907; 1 1 / 1 2 : 175193, 1908 (decades 2 - 4 ) ; 1 3 / 1 4 : 369-379, 1911 (decades 5 - 7 ) ; 17: 326-403, 1913 (decades 8 - 1 6 ) ; 20: 342-427, 1919 (decades 17-25); and Candollea 4 : 317-352, 1929-1931 decades 26-28). Includes descriptions of new species from Mexico, in Halimium, Geranium, Drymaria, Stachys, Valeriana, Cleome, Capparis, Scutellaria, Clethra, Halenia, and Gentiana. 1920. "Caractères résumés des principaux groupes de formations végétales." (Ann. Cons. Jard. Bot. Genève 21: 389-404.) 1924-1926. " L e genre Neoschroetera." (Candollea 2: 514.) Replaces the name Schroeterella and makes the necessary nomenclatural changes. For the original description of Schroeterella, see Briquet, 1925. 1925. "Sur les genres de Zygophyllacées, Covillea, et Schroeterella." In Festschrift Carl Schroeter (Veroeff. Geobot. Inst. Ruebel 3 : 655-665.) A review of the nomenclatural history of Covillea (Larrea Cav. pro parte), establishing Schroeterella for part of the genus. Two species are assigned to Covillea, four to Schroeterella. Of the latter, two were formerly Larrea (Covillea) species and two were in Zygophyllum; of these Z. tridentatum is the only one cited for Mexico. For the change from

BRITTEN Schroeterella to Neoschroetera, see the author's article in (Candollea 2: 514, 1924-1926). 1940. "Biographies des botanistes à Genève." ( Ber. Schw. Bot. Ges. (Bull. Soc. Bot. Suisse) 50a, 494 p.) Bio-bibliographical sketches; with a section on Berlandier, p. 36-39. BRISENO, G. See VARIOUS, 1888-1889. BRISENO RUIZ, Clemencia. 1932. "Tesis sobre Dodonaea viscosa." UNAM.

México, 42 p. Thesis Pharm.,

BRISSEAU de MIRBEL, Charles François. François Brisseau de.

See MIRBEL, Charles

BRISSOT de W A R V I L L E , Anacharsis. See ZAMORA PLOWES, Leopoldo. 1837. Voyage au Guazacoalcos, aux Antilles, et aux Etats Unis. Paris, 390 p., map. Only scattered, superficial references to plants. B R I T T E N , James. See also GODMAN, Frederick DuCane, and SALVIN, Osbert, eds., 1879-1888; M I L L E R , Philip, 1731. 1888. "The nomenclature of Nymphaea." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 26: 6-11.) Considers the use of Castalia as raised by E. L. Greene in the Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, q.v. B R I T T E N , James, and Edmund G(ilbert) BAKER. 1896. "Notes on Ceiba." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 34:173-176, 277.) Description of C. schottii, new species from Yucatán; also a synopsis of species with distribution. 1897. "Houstoun's Central American Leguminosae." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 35: 225-234.) A list of the plants as given in Miller's Dictionary, with identifications and localities from specimens in the Banks herbarium. Annotations are given on a number of the plants. A new species, Bauhinia unilaterale, is described from Veracruz. B R I T T E N , James. 1898. "The Conyzas of Miller's Dictionary, For. 36: 51-55.)

8th ed."


Bot. Br.

The results of studies to identify all the plants, by comparing them with specimens in the herbarium. B R I T T E N , James, and Edmund G. BAKER. 1900. "On some species of Cracca."


Bot. Br. For. 38: 12-19.)

Discusses C. virginiana and C. holosericea, and describes C. seemanni n.sp. from Mexico; also reviews species of Cracca which authors would put in Benthamantha Alefeld. A correction is added on p. 53. 1900a. "Notes on Eryngium." illus.)


Bot. Brit. For. 38: 241-246,

Includes a discussion of the various North American species, with emphasis on the nomenclature and synonymy of E. aquaticum and E. yuccifolium. (The author prefers the latter spelling to the more commonly used yuccaefolium. ) Reference is made to ocopiaztli, the name given to Eryngium species by Hernández. B R I T T E N , James. 1905. "Graham's Mexican plants." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 4 3 : 317-318.) Biography of G. J. Graham, based on data supplied by Mrs. Graham; with two corrections, from Graham's notes, for two of his plants in Plantae Hartwegianae. 1909. "Sapium in the collections of Ruiz and Pavón." (Jour. Bot. Br. For. 47: 422-424.) A general discussion of the Ruiz and Pavón specimens in England, with data on four species, three of which are from Mexico. 1918. "The cultivated Dahlia."


Bot. Br. For. 56: 33-35.)

On the history of the introduction of the plant to England; a sequel to Payne's article in (Roy. Hort. Soc. Jour. vol. 42 q.v. and Gard. Chron. Sept. 23, 1916, q.v.).

BRITTON BRITTON, Donald M.(acPhail). 1951. "G/togenetic studies on the Boraginaceae." (Brittonia 7 ( 4 ) : 233-266, illus., bibl.) With a list of chromosome numbers, arranged by subfamilies, and a section on phylogenetic relationships. BRITTON, Elizabeth Gertrude (Knight). N., 1889.


BRITTON, Nathaniel Lord. See also ABRAMS, LeRoy, 1923-1960; HOUGHTON, Arthur Duvernoix, 1930; KUNTZE, Carl Ernst Otto, 1891-1898; MARSHALL, William Taylor and BOCK, 1941; ORCUTT, C. R., 1906-1926; ROSE, J. N„ 1895b; SPRAGUE, T. A., 1922, 1923; STEARN, William T., 1939; VARIOUS, 1902—in progress. 1884. "A list of Cyperaceae." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 11:85-88.) Collected by S. B. Buckley, 1878-1883, in the valley of the Lower Rio Grande, in Texas and northern Mexico. New species are described but without specific localities. 1885. "Revision of the North American species of the genus Scleria." (Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 3: 228-237.) Synoptic treatment with descriptions and distribution: includes S. reticularis Michx. var. puntila n. var. from Orizaba, plus other species described earlier from Mexico. 1886. "A preliminary list of North American species of Cyperus with descriptions of new forms." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 13(11): 205-216, Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. # 1 . ) With a description of new species and new varieties from Mexico; e.g., C. diandrus Torrey var. capitatus, C. flavomariscus var. peduncularis, C. wrightii, and C. luzulae var. umhellulatus. 1886a. "Typha." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 14: 24.) Reports a specimen of Typha latifolia from Orizaba, the first record for Mexico. 1888. "The genus Hicoria Rafinesque." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 15: 277-285, Contr. Herb. Dept. Bot. Columbia Coll. 1 ( 7 ) . ) Includes H. mexicana (Engelm.), formerly Carya mexicana. 1888. 1890. "New or noteworthy North American phanerogams." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 15: 97-104, 1888; 17(10): 310-316, 1890. Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. Nos. 5 and 16.) The first part includes range extensions into Mexico of Cyperus ferax Richard and C. ochraceus Vahl. C. echinatus Ell. is cited with the note, "we may suspect its occurrence in northern Mexico." Descriptions are given of Fimbristylis capillaris (L.) Gray var. pilosa n. var. from Orizaba, Scirpus pringlei n. sp. from Guerrero, and Scleria graminifolia n. sp. from Chihuahua. In the second part, Ranunculus porteri is noted as extending to Baja California. Cyperus phaeocephalus is found between Mazatlán and Durango.

BRITTON 1891. "The American species of the genus Anemone and the genera which have been referred to it." (Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 6: 215-238.) Synoptic treatment of 6 genera: Pulsatilla, Anemone, Hepatica, Capethia, Barneoudia, and Syndesmon, with a description of species and distribution. Anemone hemsleyi is described as a new species from Veracruz. 1892. "New or noteworthy North American phanerogams VI." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 19: 219-227.) Includes a description of Eriocaulon bilobatum n.sp. from Jalisco. 1892a. "A list of species of the genera Scirpus and Rhynchospora occurring in North America." (Trans. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 11: 74-93, Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. # 2 6 , 19 p.) With synonymy, distribution, and collections, including collectors' names and collection numbers; also descriptions of the following new species from Mexico: Scirpus mexicanus and S. potosinus of Clarke ined. 1893. "The North American species of the genus Lespedeza." ( Trans. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 12: 57-68, Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. # 3 4 . ) With a key to 12 species, descriptions, and distribution. Only L. violacea (L.) Pers. is cited for Mexico. 1894. "New or noteworthy North American phanerogams VIII." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 21: 27-32.) Includes a treatment of Stenophyllus with a synopsis of the genus, and an enumeration of species, with distribution; Stenophyllus funckii (Steud.) is cited from Mexico. 1894a. "A revision of the genus Lechea." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 21(6): 244-252, Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. # 5 6 . ) Includes Lechea tripetala from Mexico, a Mociho and Sessé species founded on an unpublished plate of Helianthemum tripetalum. 1899. "Description of a new stone crop from Mexico." (Bull. N.Y. Bot. Gard. 1: 257.) Sedum mexicanum from the Distrito Federal. BRITTON, N. L., and J. N. Rose. 1903. "New or noteworthy North American Crassulaceae. ( Bull. N.Y. Bot. Gard. 3: 1-45, 1903.) With descriptions of 3 new genera: Villadia, Urbinia, and Altamiranoa and their new species, as well as new species in Tillaeastrum, Echeveria, Pachyphytum, Dudleya, Stylophyllum, and Sedum. The description of Echeveria cuspidata Rose, was translated by J. A. Purpus and printed in ( Monatsch. Kakteenk. 17: 184-185, 1907). BRITTON, N. L. 1904. "George Washington's palms." (Jour. N.Y. Bot. Gard. 5: 2528, illus.) History, descriptions, distribution, and nomenclature of Neowaihingtonia ( Washingtonia ).

1889. "Deutzia mexicana Hemsley." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 16: 314.) With comments on the genus, whose other species are in Asia. 1889a. "Preliminary note on the North American species of the genus Tissa Adans." (Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. 1(11): 125-129.) Tissa mexicana (Hemsl)., formerly Spergularia, from San Luís Potosí is included. 1889b. "The genus Eleocharis in North America." (Jour. N.Y. Micro. Soc. 5 ( 4 ) : 95-111, Contr. Herb. Columbia Coll. # 1 2 . ) With a brief section on morphology; then a systematic treatment of the genus with the descriptions of the species, localities, and collectors; a number of species from Mexico are included. 1890. "Charles Christopher Parry." (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 17: 74-75.) Biography, with just a brief reference to his collecting in Mexico.

BRITTON, N. L., and J. N. ROSE. 1904a. "Lenophyllum, a new genus of Crassulaceae." (Smithson. Inst. Misc. Collect. 47: 159-162.) Descriptiion of a new genus from northern Mexico and southern Texas, with 4 species: L. guttatum, L. weinbergii, L. acutifolium, and L. texanum. BRITTON, N. L. 1904b. "Rynchospora pringlei Greeman." (Torreya 4: 170.) Reduces the species, described from Michoacàn, to synonymy, under R. indianolensis Small. 1907. "Shorter notes." (Torreya 7: 102.) Description of Ribes chihuahuense sp. nov. BRITTON, N. L., and J. N. ROSE. 1907-1908. "Pereskiovsis a new genus of Cactaceae." (Smithson. Inst. Misc. Collect. 50: 331-333, illus.) Résumé of the article, by M. Guerke, was pubi, in (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 18: 81-84, 1908). Transfer of subgenus of Opuntia to generic status, with a description of P. velutina n. sp. from Querétaro.

1890a. "On the general geographic distribution of North American plants." (Proc. Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. 39: 322-327.) Divided into northern and southern flora, with orders assigned to one or the other; followed by speculations as to their earlier distribution. 161


BROCKWAY Cereus aus Nieder-Kalifornien," was printed in Kakteenk. 32: 157, 1922).

BRITTON—continued 1908. "A new genus of Cactaceae." (Jour. N.Y. Bot. Gard. 9: 185188, illus.) Reported by W. B. Hemsley, under the same title in (Gard. Chron. I l l , 45: 162, illus., 1909). After a review of earlier studies of its nomenclature, Cereus giganteas is changed to Carnegiea gigantea. 1908a. "A preliminary treatment of the Opuntioideae of North America." (Smithson. Inst. Misc. Collect. 50: 503-539.) A résumé, by M. Guerke, with the title "Britton und Rose: aufzaehlung der Opuntioideae von Nordamerika," was publ. in (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 18: 104-106, 122-125, 1908). Eight n. sp. from Mexico are described, from Hidalgo, Puebla, Oaxaca, Morelos, and Durango.


BRITTON, Nathaniel Lord, Percy WILSON, and William R. MAXON. 1923-1930. Botany of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. New York, 2 vols. Publ. by the N.Y. Acad. Sci. These two volumes make up volumes 5 and 6 of the Scientific Survey of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Volume 7, part 1 and 2, 1926, 173 p., 50 pi., 25 illus. are on the Plant ecology of Puerto Rico. This was prepared by Melville Thurston Cook and H. A. Gleason. Descriptions of the areas are by zones, with listings of dominant plants. BRITTON, N. L. 1926. "The swamp cypresses." (Jour. N.Y. Bot. Gard. 27: 205-207.) With a section on Taxodium mucronatum.

BRITTON, N. L. (with the assistance of John Adolph Shafer). 1908b. North American trees. New York, 894 p., illus. "Descriptions and illustrations of the trees growing independently of cultivation in North America, north of Mexico and the West Indies"; includes many plants, some new species, which grow in Mexico.

BRITTON, N. L., and J. N. ROSE. 1929. "Crassulaceae." (Desert 1 ( 5 ) : 54.) Reprint of the key from the North American Flora, 1905, q.v. 1931. "Cephalocereus euphorbioides (Haworth)." (Jour. Cact. Succ. Soc. 3 ( 3 ) : 68, illus.) From Vol. 2, p. 33 of their Cactaceae.

BRITTON, N. L., and J. N. ROSE. 1909. "Thompsonella, a new genus of Crassulaceae from Mexico." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 1 2 ( 9 ) : 391-392, illus.) With 2 species: T. minutiflora (transferred from Echeveria) and T. platyphylla n. sp.

BRIZICKY, George Konstantine. See also GAERTNER, Joseph, 17881791. 1961. "The genera of Turneraceae and Passifloraceae in the southeastern United States." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 42: 204-218, illus., bibl.) With a key to two genera, Piriqueta and Turnera in the first group, and discussion of the subgenera of Passiflora. 1962. "The genera of Rutaceae in the southeastern United States." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 4 3 ( 1 ) : 1-22, illus., bibl.) With keys to genera, descriptions, and data on distribution. 1962a. "Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on Zanthoxylum and Glycosmis (Rutaceae)." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 4 3 ( 1 ) : 80-93.) Includes a discussion on reasons for regarding F agar a as a subgenus of Zanthoxylum. 1962b. "The genera of Simaroubaceae and Burseraceae in the southwestern United States." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 4 3 ( 2 ) : 173-186, bibl.) With keys to genera, descriptions, and distribution. 1962c. "The genera of Anacardiaceae in the southeastern United States." (Jour. Arnold Arb. 4 3 ( 4 ) : 359-375, bibl.) With a key to the genera. Schinus, Metopium, and Rhus, are found in Mexico.

1909a. "The genus Cereus and its allies in North America." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 1 2 ( 1 0 ) : 413-437, 1-5 pi.) Trans, by M. Guerke as "Die gattung Cereus und ihre verwandten in Nord Amerika (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 20: 11-14, 24-29, 40-45, 49-51, 1910). With descriptions of genera, lists of species with distributional data, and references to illustrations. Fifteen new genera are described. 1913. "Studies in Cactaceae I." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 1 6 ( 7 ) : 239-242, illus.) Descriptions of 7 new species, 3 of them from Mexico: Echinocactus alamosanus and E. luteus, both from Sonora, and Opuntia chaffeyi from Zacatecas. This was translated by F. Vaupel as "Sieben neue Cactaceae," and printed in (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 23: 105-107, 1913). 1913a. "The genus Epiphyllum and its allies." (Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 1 6 ( 9 ) : 255-262, illus.) With an enumeration of species, arranged alphabetically within genera, including a description of one n. sp. in Mexico: Epiphyllum nelsonii. This was trans, by F. Vaupel as "Die gattung Epiphyllum und ihre verwandten" and printed in (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 23: 114-118).

BRIZUELA, Joseph Días. See DIAS BRIZUELA, Joseph.

1919-1923. The Cactaceae. Washington, 4 vols., 1120 figs., 137 pi. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Pub. 248; vol. 1, and part of vol. 2 (to p. 148) were repr. in (Cact. Succ. Jour., beginning 3 ( 3 ) , 1931 and continuing to 8, 1937). One of the basic taxonomic works for the family. But when the work appeared, Dr. Isaac Ochoterena commented as follows: "Son de lamentarse su elevadísimo costo, la economía y parquedad con que el rico Instituto que la edita hace su distribución, y el sistemático olvido de los trabajos de botánicos Mexicanos a pesar de haber estado el Dr. Rose en el pais y haberle comunicado libremente nuestras modestas investigaciones." A translation into German, of the synopsis from vol. 1, down to genera, including subfamilies Pereskieae and Opuntieae, was printed as "Die neue kakteen monographie von Britton und Rose," in (Monatsch. Kakteenk. 32: 113-120, 1922). Vaupel published another excerpt as "Die neue monographie der kakteen von Britton und Rose" in (Zeitschr. Sukk. 1: 123-138, 1924). This included a translation of the keys to tribes and genera, a listing of genera with original citations, numbers of species, type species, and distribution.

BROADDUS, Mabel Jones. 1935. "Marcus E. Jones, A.M." (Contr. West. Bot. 18: 152-157). Biographical sketch by his daughter. BROCKHAUS, F. A. 1855.

See SARTORIUS, Carl Christian Wilhelm,

BROCKLEHURST, Thomas Unett. 1883. Mexico today. London, 2d ed., 259 p., 56 pi., map.-PPL-R. A tourist treatment with scattered references to plants. One chapter is on plant products. BROCKMAN-JEROSCH, Heinrich. See BROCKMAN-JEROSCH, 1912.


Eduard and

BROCKWAY, William. 1895. "An eminent botanist." (Two Republics, Nov. 5, 1895.) Letter to the editor with information on C. G. Pringle. Under subheadings "Mr. C. G. Pringle has spent eleven years collecting in Mexico" and "Twelve thousand classified plants," Brockway lists states in which Pringle collected, institutions to which the plants were sent, and some plants which bear his name.

1922. "The two species of deerhorn cactus." (Jour. Wash. Acad. Sci. 12: 328-330, illus.) On Pineocereus greggii and P. johnstonii, the latter a new species from Lower California, with a key to distinguish the two species. An excerpt, trans, by F. Vaupel as "Ein neuer

1896. "Letter to John W. Harshberger." On deposit at PPAN. Written from Tuxpan de Michoacán, México, Sept. 6, 1886; reports having found "several fine specimens of the wild 162


BRODIE potato"; also announces plans of the Mexican Botanical Club to devote the next six months to collecting along the west coast of Mexico. BRODIE, John Pringle. 1824-1832. Journal of . . . Typed copy, by Brodie's grandson, E. L. Waldteufel, of 3 vols, of the original ms. which were deposited at ICN in 1919. The copy consists of 31, 70, 19, and 11 lvs.-ICN. The journal covers the following trips: 1. from Alvarado to Xalapa, to Mexico, and the beginning of a trip from Guadalajara to Guaymas; May 29, 1824 to May 16, 1828. This includes, on p. 29-31, a trip from Guadalajara to Colima, 1832, which is repeated in the 4th section, 11 lvs. The continuation of this section is found in part 2. 2. from Guadalajara to Guaymas, Hermosillo, and Arispe, 1832. 3. marked Guadalajara to Guanaxuato, 1831; but refers only to Guadalajara and environs. 4. Guadalajara to Guaymas, 1832; first part of 2, above. Contains general references to the vegetation of the areas visited, and references to cultivated plants. Wild plants are listed by common names only. Hall's work on western Mexico, q.v., is criticized as false and exaggerated. BRODIGAN, Thomas. 1930. A botanical, historical, and practical treatise on the tobacco plant. London, 236 p. Botanical treatment follows Philip Miller, with a chapter referring to tobacco as indigenous to the Old and New World; cited as a valuable "historical treatise," in the catalogue of the Arents Collection. BROKE, W. S. 1911. "Guayule." (Out West 1 ( 3 2 ) n.s., 1 ( 3 ) : 177-181, illus.) On experiments with propagation of the plant. BRONDO RUIZ, Guillermo. 1944. "Cultivo del cacao — Zona Rio Seco, Paraíso, Tabasco, México." Cd. Juárez, 81 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Theobroma cacao. BRONGNIART, Adolphe Theodore. See also DUCHARTRE, P., 1845. 1826. Mémoire sur la famille des Rhamnées. Paris, 78 p., 6 pl. Repr. in (Ann. S ci. Nat. 10: 320-386, illus., 1827). Includes morphology, classification to genera, with important species listed, and geographic distribution. Some Mexican plants are included. 1833. "Note sur quelques conifères de la tribu des Cupressinées." (Ann. S ci. Nat. 30: 176-191.) Mainly on Taxodium. 1840. "Description du Roulinia (Liliacées)." (Ann. Sci. Nat. II, 14: 319-320.) On a "nouveau genre de plantes du Mexique," made up of 5 species, previously in Yucca, Cordyline, Barbacenia and Anatis. 1841. "Description de quelques Broméliacées nouvelles." (Ann. Sci. Nat. II, 15: 369-372.) "Qui ont fleuré dans les serres du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle"; includes Neumannia imbricata from Mexico, whose description is reprinted by Otto and Dietrich in the (Allg. Gart. Zeitg. 11: 377-378, 1843), under the title, "Beschreibung der Neumannia imbricata Brongn." 1842. "Description de deux genres d'Orchidées du Mexique." (Ann. Sci. Nat. II, 17: 43-45.) On Barkeria and Hexadesmia, with a description of a plant assigned doubtfully to Barkeria elegans, as described in ( Fl. Cab. 2: 7-8, pi. 49, 1838), and a description of Hexadesmia fasciculata, cited as a new species.

1845-1846. "Nouvelles espèces de Dahlia." (Rev. Hort. II, 4 : 305306.) Descriptions of Dahlia platylepis and D. pubescens, both from Mexico. 1846. "Sur un nouveau genre de Cycadacées du Mexique." (Ann. Sci. Nat. Ill, 5: 5-9, illus.) An extract was publ. in (Rev. Bot. 2: 180-182, 1846-1847), and in (Allg. Gart. Zeitg. 15: 129-131, 1847). On Ceratozamia mexicana. 1847. "Plantes nouvelles de la famille des Gesneriées récemment introduites dans les jardins." (Ret;. Hort. Ill, 1: 361-363.) Includes descriptions of the following new species from Mexico: Gesneria melittifolia, Gloxinia fimbriata, and Achimenes patens. BROOK, Harry Ellington. 1894. "The Yucca palm." (Land of Sunshine 1: 109, illus.) A popular article, mainly on the uses of the plant. BROOKES, Richard. See QUELUS, D. de, 1719. BROOKS, Erwin R., and Arthur T. GUARD. 1952. "Vegetative anatomy of Theobroma cacao." 444-454, illus.)

(Bot. Gaz. 113:

BROOKS, Eugene Clyde. 1916. The story of corn and the westward migration. Chicago and New York, 308 p., illus., bibl. Emphasis is on the corn industry in the United States, with a brief reference to Mexico in the chapter on the origin and varieties of corn. BROOKS, Jerome E. See also CASTIGLIONI, Arturo, 1943. 1944. "The early iconography of tobacco." (Jour. N.Y. Bot. Gard. 45: 217-225, 248-255, illus.) Begins with Dodoens, 1554, and continues to Schoon, 1692. BROOKS, W. G. 1937. "Orchids and cacti." (Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull. 6 ( 3 ) : 52-54.) On orchids that grow in areas better known for cacti. Mexico is included in the discussion. BROOKS, William (Bill). 1952. "Natural friends of the Begonias." (Begonian 1 9 ( 4 ) : 74-75.) Describes the vegetation of Chiapas and Oaxaca, where Begonias have been collected. 1952a. "More about Mexican Begonias." (Begonian 1 9 ( 8 ) : 176, 177, illus.; ( 9 ) : 198.) Description of a trip, with references to the Begonias seen. BROSIO, Arturo. 1936. "El kaki." (Agr. Mex. 5 2 ( 3 ) : 14-16.) On Diospyros kaki. BROTERO, Felix de Avellar. See AVELLAR BROTERO, Felix de. BROTHER ANASTASIUS BENEDICT.

See AYERS, Benedict.

BROUGHTON, C. See LUMHOLTZ, Carl, 1891. BROUWER, Walther. 1927. Landwirtschaftliche samenkunde. Neudamm, 130 p., 14 pl., 2 figs. With keys for identification and descriptions of seeds. BROUWER, Walther, and Adolf STAEHLIN. 1955. Handbuch der samenkunde. Frankfurt am Main, 656 p., illus. (over 1600).—PPAN. Over 2500 seeds are described. Descriptions are arranged alphabetically by families, and by genera and species within the families; a key is given for selected species. BROWN, Clara Spaulding. 1900. "The national drink of Mexico." (Overl. Month, n.s. 36: 275281, illus.) Popular article with a description of the Agave.

1844. "Pitcairnia densiflora." (Hort. Univ. 6: 228-231, illus.) Description of a new species from Mexico collected by Ghiesbreght; followed by information on culture by Ch. Lemaire.

BROWN, Grace Owen. 1907. The tour of the 400 to Mexico. Chicago, 159 p., illus.-NN. Good travel account with references to plants.



BROWN BROWN, Grant Dukelow. 1956. "The taxonomy of American Atriplex." (Amer. Midi. Nat. 55: 199-210.) Historical review and descriptions, with distribution, of 8 species and a number of varieties; the greater number of the taxa range into Mexico. BROWN, Harold. 1914. Rubber. London, 245 p., 12 pi. Pref. by Wyndham R. Dunstan. (Imp. Inst. Handb.) The emphasis is on West Africa. The author discusses the principal rubber-yielding plants of the world, by families, with geographical distribution. A separate chapter is devoted to Castilloa, and there is a brief reference to the history of rubber in Mexico. BROWN, Harry Bates. 1927. Cotton. New York, 1st ed., 1927; 2d ed., 1938, i-xiii, 592 p., illus. A survey of the history, taxonomy, culture, manufacture, and marketing of cotton, with a key to cultivated species and a description of cultivated varieties. There is a short section on cotton production in Mexico, giving important regions and the amounts produced. BROWN, Herbert. 1908. "The hashish plant in Arizona and Mexico." 1 1 ( 8 ) : 180-183.) On Cannabis indica.



BROWN, J. B. See GOFFART, Auguste, 1877. BROWN, J. R. See also HASELTON, Scott E., ed. 1939; MORAN, Reid, 1954; WHITEHEAD, Jack, 1943. 1944. "Pachyphytum unifiorum." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 6 ( 1 1 ) : 159160, illus.) From Sau Luís Potosí; discusses how it can be distinguished from P. hookeri (Salm) Berger. 1945. "Pachyphytum werdermannii Poelln." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 7 ( 4 ) : 50, illus.) Description of a plant from Tamaulipas. 1945a. "Two well known Agaves." (Cact. Succ. Jour. 1 7 ( 8 ) : 107110, illus.) On A. victoriae-reginae T. Moore and A. ferdinandi-regis Berger; with a chart of characters for separating them. 1952. "Lenophyllum guttatum." Cact. Succ. Jour. 2 4 ( 5 ) : 152-153, illus.) From Coahuila? BROWN (or BRUNO), John. 1700. Elementa medicinae. Edinburgh, 1700, 421 p. A Spanish trans. Elementos de medicina was publ. in México, 2 vols, in one, 82 and 199 p., ed. and enlarged by Joseph Mariano Mociño—Inst. Teen. Mont. According to León, the publication of the translation "es dato importantísimo para la historia de la medicina en México pues Moziño, después de Bartolache, fué el primero que clamó contra la rutinaria y atrasadísima enseñanza que de la medicina se había venido impartiendo en México desde los principies de la conquista hasta su tiempo." BROWN, John Henry. 1867. Two years in Mexico, or the emigrant's friend. Galveston, 104 p.-CtY. By a Confederate exile who describes his trip from Eagle Pass to Monterrey, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Yucatan, the Pánuco and Tampico regions. Description is given of the country in general, with considerable material on vegetation; emphasis is on the Tuxpan country. One chapter is on the "productions of the country," with common names only; another is on coffee culture. BROWN, John P.? 1903. "Under Mexican skies." (Arboriculture 2 ( 7 ) : 279-285, illus.) Published anonymously; by the ed? One section on forests of Mexico discusses pines, oaks,

mesquite, ash and willows; another is on Eucalyptus Mexico.


BROWN, L. H. 1934. "Relatives of the cactus family." (Des. Pl. Life 6 ( 7 ) : 100, 104, illus.) A general discussion and description. BROWN, Nicholas. See THEODORUS, Jacob, 1588-1591. BROWN, Nicholas Edward. See also VARIOUS, 1894-1933. 1883. "Cestrum hartwegii (Dun.) var. pubescens." (Gard. Chron. n.s. 19: 656.) "Little doubt that this variety also hails from the same region ( Mexico )." BROWN, R. (Robert?). See AITON, William, 1789. BROWN, Robert. 1811. "On the Asclepiadeae." (Mem. Wern. Nat. Hist. Soc. 1: 1278.) "A natural order of plants separated from the Apocineae of Jussieu"; with keys to genera in both groups, and descriptions and distribution of each genus. 1818. "Some observations on the natural family of plants called Compositae." (Trans. Linn. Soc. London 12: 76-142.) General section on the morphology and anatomy, with remarks on "certain genera which either occur under different names in late systematic works, or whose structure and limits seem to be imperfectly understood." 1845. "Descriptions of the female flower and fruit of Rafflesia arnoldi, with remarks on its affinities." (Trans. Linn. Soc. London 19: 221-247, 9 pi.) A supplement, beginning on p. 240, gives "distinguishing characters of the order, tribes, genera and species of Rafflesiaceae." This includes a description of Cytinus americanus listed as from America aequinoctialis, and cited in Ind. Kew. as from Mexico. 1868. "A monograph of the coniferous genus Thuya." (Trans. Bot, Soc. Edinburgh: 358-378.) Study of T. gigantea compared with Libocedrus decurrens. 1870. "On the geographical distribution of the Coniferae and Gnetaceae." (Trans. Bot. Soc. Edinburgh 10: 175-196.) A German trans, was publ. as "Die geographische verbreitung der Coniferen und Gnetaceen" in (Peterm. Geogr. Mitt. 18: 4148, map, 1872), and an extract from this, into French by Ch. Firket was publ. in (Belgique Hort. 25: 322-345, 1873) with the title "Distribution géographique des Conifères et des Gnetacées." The Mexican province is discussed under New Mexico, the Aztec region, and Guatemala; species are cited for each area. BROWN, Mrs. Stanly N., Mrs. Frank A. EVANS, and Mrs. John B. SELLERS. 1941. "The nightshade family." (Bull. Gard. Club Amer. VII, 18: 10-27.) Plants are listed according to uses, by scientific names, with common names. BROWN, W. 1901. "Succulents." (Gard. Chron., Ill, 29: 88-89, 120, 151-152, 184-185, 207, illus.) Catalogue of various genera of cacti, giving numbers of species, distribution, and brief descriptions of some of the outstanding species. Emphasis is on culture. BROWN, Walter C. See F R E T E R , L. Ernest, and BROWN, 1955. BROWN, Walter Varian. 1948. "A cytological study in the Gramineae." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 3 5 ( 7 ) : 382-395, illus.) A study of 11 species and varieties, in 19 genera. 1958. "Leaf anatomy in grass systematics." (Bot. Gaz. 119(3): 170-178, bibl. ) Study of 101 species in 72 genera, with 6 basic types of tissue arrangement, discusses results in relation to various systems proposed for the family.



BROWN, William H. 1938. "The bearing of nectaries on the phylogeny of flowering plants." (Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 79: 549-595, illus.)

1926. "Beitraege zur anatomie, morphologie und systematik der Commelinaceae." ( B e i b l . Bot. Jahrb. # 1 3 7 , 61: 1-70, illus.) With a synopsis of tribes, and keys to genera, in the Hexandrae, Triandrae, and the Declinatae.

BROWN, William L. See VARIOUS, 1948. BROWNE, Daniel Jay. 1846. The trees of America: illus.

native and foreign.

1927. "Zur speziellen systematik der Commelinaceae." (Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin 1 0 ( 9 1 ) : 55-61.) New species described from Mexico are Zebrina purpusii, Tradescantia commelinoides var. glabrata, and T. holosericea var. purpusiana. 1927-1928. "Beitraege zur anatomie, morphologie, und systematik der Convolvulaceae." (Bot. Jahrb. 61, Beibl. 137: 1-70, illus.)

New York, 520 p.,

The emphasis is on the United States, but some of the trees are Mexican. Geography, history, culture, and uses are given with descriptions and sketches. 1852. Maize or Indian corn. New York, 48 p. Contains a section on the geography and history of the plant.

B R U E H L , Gustave. 1896. Zwischen Alaska und Feuerland—bilder aus den Neuen Welt. Berlin, 722 p. Travels in Mexico are described on p. 205-402 under the following headings: "Aus Yucatan," "Von Veracruz nach Mexico," "Ueber Cuernavaca nach Xochicalco," "Ein ausflug in das land der Zapoteken (Oaxaca and Mitla)," "West und nordwaerts" (to Morelia, San Luís Potosí and the border). References to plants are limited to cultivated ones.

BROWNE, John Ross. 1868. Exploration in Lower California. Tucson, 1952, 43 p.; a repr. of 3 articles publ. originally in (Harper's Neto Month. Mag. 37: 577, 740; 38: 9-23, Oct. to Dec., 1868). With numerous references to plants. 1869. Adventures in the Apache country. London, 535 p., illus. Another ed., New York, 1869. "A tour through Arizona and Sonora" with just a brief section on Sonora; plant references are mainly to cultivated crops.

BRUGES, Roger, graf von. 1873. Reiseskizzen aus West Indien, Mexico, und Nord Leipzig, 405 p. Only a few plant references are included.

1869a. Resources of the Pacific slope. New York and San Francisco, 678, 200 p. The second part is entitled "Sketch of the settlement and exploration of Lower California." The second part includes the following contributions: 1. "Historical summary of Lower California," p. 66-67, by Alexander S(mith) Taylor; with an interesting section on plants.

BRUGGEMAN, L(ouis). (Full name is Marie Louis Abraham.) 1957. Tropical plants and their cultivation. London, 205 p., 292 illus. in color by Ojong Soerjadi; intro. and add. notes by W . M. Campbell. This was trans, from the original Dutch version, Tuinboek voor de tropen. (Date and place of publ. are not given. ) Discussion of the plants is divided according to their habit, habitat and, in some cases, families (cycads, palms, conifers, bamboos). Some common names are included with the descriptions.

2. "Exploration of Lower California," p. 82-122, by William M(ore) Gabb; with much material on plants. 3. "Report on Cerros or Cedros Island," p. 143-154, by John A. Veatch; with a section on the soil and its productions. Veatch mentions an appendix which is supposed to have descriptions on plants. 4. An extract from Clavigero's work on Lower California (q.v.), p. 155-172, translated by A. G. Randall.

BRUGUES, Casimiro. See GILG,Ernst Friedrich, and P. N. SCHURHOFF, 1926. B R U L L E Y (Claudius Antonius? León uses the initials C. A.). 1801. "Mémoire historique sur la culture du nopal et l'éducation de la cochenille." (Mem. Soc. S av. Littl. Rep. Fr. 2: 34-49.) The story of Thiery de Menonville's visit to Mexico is included. The nopal is discussed on p. 39-40.

BROWNE, Peter Arrell. 1842. "Catalogue of plants, woods, seeds, etc. collected in the West Indian Islands." N.p., 23 Ivs., 9 p., Ms. at PPAN.

BRUMAN, Henry John.

Plants, which were collected in St. Croix, are listed by families, with genera and species, and common names.

1940. "Aboriginal drink areas in New Spain." Berkeley, 243 typed Ivs., 3 maps.—CU-B. PhD. thesis.

1943. "A description of the Carica papaya or papaw." N.P., 7 p., Ms. at PPAN. Round with "Catalogue of plants, woods, seeds, etc., collected in the West Indian Islands."

With a map showing areas where various alcoholic beverages are used. Emphasis is on mescal, pulque, and on beverages made of cactus, maize, and jocote. An appendix of auxiliary herbs is included; with common and scientific names, in what drink used, and by what groups. There is a section on the taxonomy of Agave and Dasylirion, a table of uses of mescal for food and drink; a table of Platyopuntiae of economic value in the tuna-mesquite region; and a table on pulque magueyes based on Ramirez Laguna; a very interesting work.

With properties and uses of the plant. BRUCIAGA, Agustín Reyes. See REYES BRUCIAGA, Agustín. BRUECKMANN, Franz (Franc.) Ernst. 1721. De avellana Mexicana—cacao. Helmstadt, 1721, 48 p., 5 figs.— MoBG. An edition of 1728 at DLC, publ. in Brunswick, 29 p., 2 pi., (4 figs.) is entitled "Relatio brevis historico-botanicomedica de avellana Mexicana, vulgo cacao."

1942. "The 16th century 'relaciones geográficas' for Mexico." Assoc. Amer. Geog. 32: 105-106.)

This is a dissertatio inauguralis, accompanied by an invitation from J. C. Spies to attend the presentation of the above study. The first edition is often listed under Spies' name since he presided over the ceremony. The invitation is titled " D e cacao." The thesis reviews the history, botany, and medical uses of the plant, as well as early names and distribution. 1744. "De rarioribus quibusdam fructibus exoticis." Med. 7: 181-182, illus.)


Summary of those known, those printed, and location of some of those not published yet; discusses their importance. 1944. "Some observations on the early history of the coconut in the New World." (Acta Amer. 2 ( 3 ) : 220-243.)


A detailed study which concludes that the evidence is against American origin of the coconut, as proposed by Cook.



1942. "Betrachtungen und beobachtungen zur systematik der cacteen. " (Kakteenkunde: 25-29, illus.)


1945, 1947. "Early coconut culture in western Mexico." (Hisp. Amer. Hist. Rev. 25: 212-223.) A careful historical study indicating that coconuts could have been brought to Colima by currents from Panama. Followed by "A further note on coconuts in Colima" in ( 2 7 : 572573, 1947) in which, on the basis of a document not previously seen, it seems evident that coconuts were transported

Plants are described as nucem nucern Indicum minorem, etc.









BRUMAN-continued from Panama to Mexico in 1539 on orders of Cortes, and were probably planted in Colima. 1948. "The culture history of Mexican vanilla." (Hisp. Amer. Hist. Rev. 28: 360-376.) A paper with the same title was presented at the 44th Ann. Meet. Amer. Assoc. Geogr. in 1947, and an abstract of the paper was pubi, in the (Ann. of the Assoc. 38: 84-85, 1948). A well-documented study. BRUMHARD, Philipp. 1905. "Monographische uebersicht der gattung Erodium." Breslau, 59 p. Inaug. Diss. Breslau.—DA. Covers history, morphology, anatomy, and geographical distribution. Only E. texanum and E. macrophyllum are cited for southwestern United States. BRUN, V. A. Malte. See MALTE BRUN, V. A. BRUNAL, Gil Morice. 1919. "Algunos pastos naturales de México." (Rev. illus.)

Agr. 4:38-62,

BRUNET, José. 1933. "Los árboles de sombra para el cafeto en la América tropical." (Hacienda 28: 16-19, 52-55, illus.) With lists of plants, used in various areas, giving their common and scientific names. BRUNI, Luigi. 1890. Attraverso il Messico. Milano, 234 p., illus.—MN Méx. With references to plants in the 2d part, chapter 1, and 4th part, chapters 4 and 5. BRUNNHOFF, F. de Brignoli a. See BRIGNOLI a BRUNNHOFF, F. de. BRUNO, John. See BROWN, John. BRUNSON, Arthur M. See SPRAGUE, George Frederick, 1955. BRUSH, Warren David. See also VARIOUS, 1943-1947. 1938. Lignumvitae. Washington, 13 p., map; in series, Foreign woods, pubi, in U.S.D.A. Forest Serv.—DA. Covers nomenclature, distribution, properties, and uses of guaiacum. 1941. Mahogany. Washington, 22 p., map. In series, Foreign woods, pubi, by U.S.D.A. Forest Serv.-DA. On Swietenia species, giving nomenclature, distribution, and use. 1945. Balsa, Ochroma lagopus Sw. Washington, 14, p., bibl., map This replaces an earlier version pubi, in the American Woods Series, 1942. This was not seen. The 1945 version is in the Foreign Woods Series, pubi, by the U. S. Forest Service. Data on nomenclature, distribution, properties, and uses. Other light weight woods are also discussed. BRUTELLE, Charles Luis (Carolus Ludovicus) L'Heritier de. See L'HERITIER de BRUTELLE, Charles Louis (Carolus Ludovicus ). BRUTIO, Luis. See VARIOUS, 1869. BRUYSSEL, Ernest Jean van. 1880. Les Etats Unis Mexicains. Bruxelles, 2d ed., 175 p. Trans, by Platon Roa as "Informe sobre los Estados Unidos Mexicanos" in (Rev. Méx. 2: 2, 14, 41, 55, 82, 93, 99, 111, 123, 135, 147, 160, 176, 181, 201, 213, 249, 1880.) With a brief section on plants of commercial importance, giving scientific names for some. BRY, Johann Israel de. See BRY, Johann Theodor de et al, 15901634; HERRERA y TORDESILLAS, Antonio, 1601. BRY, Johann Theodor de. See also BENZONI, Girolamo, 1565; GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig, 1631. BRY, Johann Theodor de, et al. 1590-1634. America (also known as Grand voyages, Great voyages, India occidentalis. Frankfurt, 14 parts, pubi, separately and in many ed. Parts 1 to 6 were ed. and illus. by Theodor de

Bry; 7 to 9, by Johann Theodor and Johann Israel de Bry; 10 to 12, by Johann Theodor de Bry; 13 and 14 by Matthaeus Merian. Planned originally to be publ. in English, French, Latin, and German, but after vol. 1, issued only in Latin and German. Publ. irregularly with new parts overlapping reissues of old parts. For more bibliographic detail see Church catalogue, and DLC catalogue. Parts 9 (also called 9th and last part) and 14 are most important for Mexico. First part of 9 was translated from Linschoten's Dutch version of Jose de Acosta's De Novi Orbis natura. Part 9, book 4 contains "Naturalis Indiae Occidentalis historiae," with chapters 16-32 on plant products, and illustrations of agriculture in Mexico, and of the floating gardens. Book 4 also discusses the climate and geography of Mexico; books 5, 6, 7, the history of Mexico. In part 14, sections 6 and 7, issued only in German, there are sections on "Cinaloa, urbis Mexico, Novae Hispaniae, Jucatan, and Guatimala." Parts 4 and 5 are a translation by Urbain Chauveton of books 1 and 2 of Benzoni's History of the New World, q.v. Part 12 contains the works of Acosta and Herrera (y Tordesillas), q.v. BRY, Johann Theodor de. 1641-(44). Florilegium renovatum et auctum. Franckfurt am Mayn, 176 pi., ( 5 ) & 14 p.-D.A. Brit. Mus. cites dates as 1641-(47). and lists 177 illus. This is an enlarged ed. of the author's 1612 work, Florilegium novum (fide Brit. Mus. Cat.). Text in German is by Matthaeus Merian. Brief text includes descriptions of Ficus indica, tiger flower, and cactus. BRY, Theodor de. See BRY, Johann Theodor de et al, 1590-1634. BRYAN, Carter R . 1943. "The return of the natives." (Mex. Amer. Rev. 1 1 ( 8 ) : 6-9, 39.) On crops made important again by the war. BRYANT, Charles. 1783. Flora diaetetica. London, 379 p. History of esculent plants, with descriptions, uses, and native places of growth; many Mexican plants are included. BRYANT, Walter E. 1891. "Andrew Jackson Grayson." (Zoe 2:34-68). Biography, with appended sketches of birds (heretofore unpublished), mainly Mexican; with references to plants associated with them. 1891a. "The Cape region of Baja California." (Zoe 2: 185-201.) Description of a trip by an ornithologist, with occasional references to plants associated with the birds. BRYANT, William Harrison. See NENTWIG, Juan, 1762. BRYCE, David. See LABAT, Jean Baptiste, 1722. BUCHANAN, Juan. 1927. "Generalidades sobre el cultivo e importancia de la alfalfa." Cd. Juárez, 45 p., illus. Thesis EPA. On Medicago. BUCHENAU, Franz. See also ASCHERSON, P., 1891; LOESENER, Th., 1894-1923. 1861. "Tima — ein Mexikanisches mittel gegen lungenschwindsucht." (Bonplandia 9: 175-176, 225-227.) Thinks it is a Crescentia; Seemann ( B ) , in a note, disagrees. 1869. "Index criticus Butomacearum, Alismacearum, Juncaginacearumque hucusque descriptarum." (Jour. Bot. 7: 219-232.) Catalogue of names, authorities, and synonymy. 1873. "Ueber einige von Liebmann in Mexiko gesammelte pflanzen." (Abh. Naturw. Ver. Bremen 3: 339-350.) A discussion mainly of many species of Juncaceae, described principally by Liebmann. Buchenau adds diagnoses in Latin for J. brevifolius, J. trinervis, Luzula latifolia; also describes a new species of Potamogeton, P. liebmanni. Descriptions of plants in the Alismaceae and Najadaceae are also included.


BUCHHEIM 1873a. "Die springende samen aus Mexiko." ( A b h . Naturw. Ver. Bremen 3: 373-377, 1873. Rep. in Monatsch. Ver. Bef. Gart. 16: 457-462, 1873.) Discussion centers on the insect and its activities. The plant which produces the beans had not yet been identified, at this date. 1880. "Vorkommen Europäischer Luzula arten in Amerika." (Abh. Naturw. Ver. Bremen 6: 622-624.) Report of Luzula pilosa and L. angustifolia in Mexico; the first known previously only from Canada and the northern United States. The second was only known previously from Central Europe. The occurrence of L. gigantea Desv. var. laetevirens in America, from Mexico to Ecuador, is also discussed. 1881. "Die Verbreitung der Juncaceen uéber die erde." ( B o t . Jahrb. 1: 104-141.) With a table showing the geographic distribution of the sections of the family; in it Mexico is considered as a separate area.

and D. New taxa from Mexico include: P. reichet, and its variety microcarpus.

P. matudai

BUCHINGER, J. 1867. "Sericographis mohitli und ihre anwendung." (Bot. Zeitg. 25: 84.) Refers probably to Jacobinia. BUCHINGER, Maria, and Rodolfo FALCONE. 1957. "Cedrela mexicana M. J. Roemer." (Darwiniana 292.) "Especie nueva para la flora Argentina."

1 1 ( 2 ) : 290-

BÜCHNER, A. 1861. "Ueber das anacahuite holz." (Arch. Pharm. II, 106: 137143.) A report on its chemical analysis with a description of the wood, quoted from Otto Berg, q.v. BUC'HOZ, Pierre Joseph. 1770. Manual médical et usuel des plantes tant exotiques qu'indigènes. Paris, 2 vols.—DA. With a list of diseases and plant remedies for each; also a list of plants arranged in groups, according to medicinal uses. 1770-1771. Dictionnaire raisonné universel des plantes . . . Paris, 4 vols.—DA. On plants used in France in agriculture, gardening, arts, and medicine; listed alphabetically by common names. 1774-1778. Histoire universelle du règne végétal. Paris, 12 vols, of text in 4, and 12 vols, of pi. in 4. Copy at PPAN consists of 13 vols. text. "Nouveau dictionnaire physique et économique de toutes les plantes que croissent sur la surface du globe." In the copy at PPAN, the 13th vol. of text ends with Pennantia. Was there more? 1783. Herbier colorié de l'Amérique. Paris, 200 pl.—MH. Hand-colored engravings, many of Mexican plants. 1783-1784. Le jardin d'Eden. Paris, 2 vols., 140 col. pi. "Collection des plantes les plus rares que se trouvent dans les deux hemispheres." Included are Bocconia frutescens, Bixa orellana, Theobroma cacao, Argemone mexicana, Crescentia cujete, Cereus flagelliformis, C. parasiticus, Commelina zanonia and Hura crepitans. Numbering on the last plates in vol. 2 is confused.

1882. "Beitraege zur kenntniss der Alismaceen, Butomaceen, und Juncaginaceen." (Bot. Jahrb. 2: 465-510.) Detailed study. 1886. "Die Juncaceen aus Mittelamerika." ( F l o r a 69: 145-155, 161170.) With a review of the collections of Juncus from middle America, mostly Mexico; a key to species, and descriptions; also a biography of Johann Wilhelm Schaffner, (who later signed himself J.(ohannes) G. (ulielmus or Guillermo), with an attempt to clarify his collection numbers of Juncus. 1890. "Monographia Juncacearum." (Bot. Jahrb. 12: 1-495, 622, illus.) A detailed study with keys. 1891-1892. "Die springenden bohnen aus Mexiko." (Abh. Naturw. Ver. Bremen 1 2 ( 1 ) : 47-52, 1891; ( 2 ) : 277-290, 1892. Trans, into Spanish as "Las semillas brincadores de México" and printed in Naturaleza II, 2: 389-403, 1894. See also Aus der Natur 1: 289-294, illus., 1905.) The plant is described by Mueller Arg., in De Candolle's Prodromus, as Sebastiania pavonian. The contributions of C. V. Riley to the subject are discussed and additional reports from various sources are reviewed, including descriptions of Sebastiania palmeri Rose and S. pringlei Watson. 1893, 1897. "Beitraege zur kenntnis der gattung Tropaeolum." (Bot. Jahrb. 15: 180-259, illus., 1893; 22: 157-183, illus., 1897.) One section is entitled "uebersicht ueber die entwicklung unserer kenntnis der arten von Tropaeolum"; another is a "kritische uebersicht der bis jetzt bekannten Tropaeolum arten" and another "geographische Verbreitung der Tropaeolum arten." The second reference consists of additions and corrections to the first part. Tr. emarginatum N. Turcz. from Chiapas is mentioned in the first section as a doubtful species.

1785. Le grand jardin de l'univers. 2 vols, in one, with 200 pi.

Paris, 100 pl. Brit. Mus. has

"Les plantes les plus belles, les plus curieuses et les plus rares des quatre parties de la terre"; a continuation of "l'herbiér de la Chine, collection des fleurs de la Chine, dons merveilleux dans la regne végétal et Jardin d'Eden." Included are Plumiera rubra, Achras sapota and Hypericum mexicanum. 1787. Dissertatio

BUCHHEIM, G. 1960. "Nomenklatorische und systematische bemerkungen ueber die gattung Bernardia (Euphorbiaceae)." (Willdenowia 2(3): 291-318, illus.) Review of the genus, particularly with relation to Croton, Jatropha, and Adelia ( L . non P. Br.); there is a brief reference to a Houstoun collection of Bernardia from Mexico. 1962. "Ueber die typusart der gattung Bernardia (Euphorbiaceae)." (Willdenowia 3 ( 2 ) : 217-220.)

sur le cacao.

Paris, 60 p.

Only brief references to Mexico. 1787a. Dissertation sur le thé, café, cacao. Paris, 60, 65, 91 p. Second ed. entitled Dissertation sur l'ultilité du tabac, du café, du cacao et du thé," Paris, 185 p., 4 pl., 1788. History, description and cultivation. 1800. Manuel économique

des plantes.

Paris, 356 p.—MH.

"Traité de toutes les plantes qui peuvent être utiles aux arts"; alphabetical catalogue of 564 plants arranged by scientific names. A special section on "plantes des Indes, de l'Afrique et de différents pays étrangers" consists of 166 plants arranged alphabetically by common names; on p. 318-339, is the "Flora oeconomica," by Linné.

BUCHHOLZ, John Theodore. See also VARIOUS, 1948b. 1920. "Embryo development and polyembryony in relation to the phylogeny of conifers." (Amer. Jour. Bot. 7 ( 4 ) : 125-145, illus.) BUCHHOLZ, John T(heodore), and Netta E . GRAY. 1948. "A taxonomic revision of Podoc