INTERNATIONAL WATERLILY

 

and

 

WATER GARDENING SOCIETY

 

 

PUBLISHED ARTICLES INDEX

 

Index of published articles on aquatic

flora and fauna on file in the

I.W.G.S. Library 2003

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   PART 1:  SUBJECT INDEX (pages 2-5)

                  

                   PART 2:  AUTHOR INDEX (pages 6-15)                                                                                          

 

                   PART 3: ORDER FORM (page 16)

 

 

 


 

PART 1

SUBJECT INDEX OF ARTICLES IN THE I.W.G.S. LIBRARY

Referenced by Author(with date if necessary)

The asterisk indicates that the subject matter is only part of the article cited.

 

Aeschynomene fluitans : Pagels, W. ‘99

Alismataceae : Aston, H. ‘87a

Algae : Prescott, G.; Newman, J.; Wynn, E.

Anacharis : Marshall, Wm.

Aponogeton : Pagels, W. '74a; Tricker, Wm. '96a

Aquatic Chemistry : Gargas, J.

Aquatic Fauna (See also Aquatic Insects) : Morton, H.; Sitter, D.

Aquatic Insects : Palmer, E. '38; Habeck, D.; Morton, H.

Aquatic Plants (See also Bog, Marsh, Swamp, Water Lilies and specific families and genera) :  

   General : Tricker, Wm. '00a; Stapleton, J.; Palmer, E. '41; Perry, F.; Masters, C. '66; Gerard, L. '92; Watson, W. '95; Bailes, C.; Conard, H. ‘06e; Kerner, A.

   as Food : Irvine, F.; Various Authors

   Culture of : Titcomb, J.; Crocker, Wm.

   Exotic Introductions (Florida, U.S.A.): Schmitz, D.

   For Mosquito Control : Matheson, R.

   Importation of : Pagels, W. '90

   Grasses : Fox, A

   In Africa : Eggeling, W.; Wild, H.; Sharpe, H.

   In Amazon Basin : Howard, R.

   In China : Li, H. '78

   In Egypt : Fayrer, J.; Hope, C.

   In India : Trivedi, B.; Unni, K.

   In Papua New Guinea : Leach, G.

   In Western Lake Eric (U.S.A.) : Pieters, A.; Stuckey, R. '78

   Micropropagation of: Kane, Mike

   Seasonal Changes in : Unni, K.

Azolla : Armstrong, W. '83a

   transpiration rate of : Anderson, M.*

 

Barclaya : Royen, P. '62a*; Schneider, E. '78a; Williamson, P. '94

Bogs : Deevey, E.; Jones, C,; Lindeman, R.; Masters, C. '66; Ingwerson, W.

Brasenia schreberi : Wood '59*;  Rarymond, M.*; Osborn, J. ‘88; Verdcourt, B. '71; Khanna; Wiersema & Hellquist*

Butomus umbellatus : Stuckey, R. '68

 

Cabomba : Wood '59*; Schneider, E. '82c; Verdcourt, B. '71; Wiersema, J. ‘97b*

Carp : Fischer, G.; Blaylock, B.; Brown, F

Caspary, Robert (Biography) : Unknown. ‘88

Ceratophyllum :  Wood, C.*

Conard, Henry S. (Biography) : Welch, W.; Ward, D. '70

 

Daphnia :  Lindeman, R.*; Pennington, W.; Sitter, D.; Richey, J.; Masters, C. '70

Duckweed (See Lemna & spirodella)

 

Ecology : Macan, T.; Hasler, A.; Pagels, W. ‘74b

Eichhornia: Unknown (a); Das, R., Editorial ’83; Idso, S.; Martin, D.

Equisetum: Unknown (d)

Euryale : Skvortzow, B.; Kadong, Y. ‘87

 

Goldfish : Vanderplank, F. (a); Garino, D.

Greenberg, Albert (Biography) : Moon, M. '57a; Axelrod, H.

 

Hydrocharitaceae: Sutton, D. '91

 

Iris : Rabalais, G.

 

Johnson, Harry (Biography) : Moon, M. '58

 

Koi : Hirooka, H.; Vanderplank, F. (a); (b)

 

Lemna : Hillman, Wm.

Lymnophyton : Aston, H '87a

 

Marliac, B. Latour (Biography) : Unknown. 1911; Unknown. 1996; Berghs, J.

Marshes : Palmer, E. '41

Marsilea : Rodgers, J.

Monochoria : Aston, H '85a

 

Nelumbo lutea : Wood '59*; Irvine, F.*; Conard, H. '00*; Watson, W. '93*; Hall, T.; Ward, D. '77a; Schneider, E. '80;
Wiersema, J. ‘97c*; Meyer, Wm.; Taylor, H.; Farwell,O.; Fernald, M.;.Robertson, C.*; Lynch, R.

Nelumbo nucifera : Irvine, F.*; Conard, H. '00*; Sturtevant, E.D. '89; Watson, W. '93; Wester, H.; Unknown 1923*; Khanna; Wiersema, J. ‘97c*p; Fairbrothers, D.

Nuphar : Wood '59*; Schneider, E. '77; Moseley, M. '71; Cutter, E. '57; Miller, G.; Coville, F; Caspary, R. '60a; '60b; '70; Wiersema & Hellquist*; Robertson, C.*

Nymphaea (general) see also "Waterlilies" : Tricker, Wm. '00b; Li, H. '55; Fowler, L.; Conard, H. '05; Gerard, F. 1892a

    Floral Biology : Meeuse, B.; Gwynne-V.

    Genetic Analysis : Bettoney, S

---Seeds of : Watson, W. 1886

N. alba : Irvine, F.*; Heslop-Harrison, Y.

N. alba var. rubra : Elkins, H; Gerard, L. '93*; Unknown. 1879; Fries, A

N. ampla : Prance, G. '76a*; Wunderlin, R.; Wiersema & Hellquist*

N. ‘Andreana’ : Andre

N. ‘Arc-en-Ciel’ : Swindells, P.

N. belophylla : Trickett, R. '71

N. blanda : Cramer, J*; Ward, D. '77b*; Ward, D. '77c*

N. burtii (See also N. stuhlmannii) :  Pring, G. ’51 (footnote)

N. caerulea : Irvine, F.*; Conard, H. '01*; Unknown. 1923*; Caspary, R '77*

N. calliantha : Hauman, L.*

N. capensis : Ward, D. '77b*; Irvine, F.*; Conard, H. '01*; Hauman, L.*; Landon, K. '84; Cribb, A.; Caspary, R '77*; Wiersema & Hellquist*

N. colorata : Pring, G. '40

N. conardi: Wiersema, J. '84b*

N. cyclophylla : Hauman, L.*

N. ‘Daubenyana’:   Heine, H.

N. dictyophlebia : Royen, P. '62a*

N. divaricata : Hutchinson, J.*

N. ‘Edward C. Eliot’ : Pring, G. '26

N. elegans : Ward, D. '77b*; Wood '59*; Schneider, E. '82b; Rose, J.; Wiersema, J. & Hellquist*

N. ‘Erici-Rosenii’ : Hauman, L.*

N. ‘Flammea’ : Gdn. & For. '1895a

N. gigantea : Nutt, P. '64; Trickett, R. '50; Irvine, F.*; Royen, P. '62a*; Landon, K. '78; Schneider, E. '82a; Fetherston, G.;
Jacobs, S. '92*; ‘93*; Mitchell, H.*; Conn, B*; Schwennesen, J.; Unknown 1855; Conard, H. ‘26b

  var. Hudsonii : Editorial. '03; Hudson, J. '03a*; Hudson, J. '03b; Robinson ‘05c

   forma Alba : Pring, G. '47a; Mitchell, H.*

   forma ‘Albert de Lestang’ : Pring, G. '48a

   collecting seed of : Pring, G. '53b

N. gracilis : Gdn. & For. '94d

N. heudelotii : Hauman, L.*; Pring, G. '51*; Trickett, R. '51*

N. jamesoniana : Ward, D. '77b*; Ward, D. '77c*; Wiersema, J. & Hellquist*

N. ‘Laydekeri Rosea’ : Oliver, G. '95; Gdn. & For. '92a

N. leibergii : Wiersema, J. '97a*

N. liliacea : Gdn. & For. '95b

N. lingulata: Wiersema, J. '84b*

N. lotus : Irvine, F.*; Hauman, L.*; Barber, C.; Unknown. 1923*; Wiersema, J. '82; Wiersema & Hellquist*

N. macrosperma : Royen, P. '62a*

N. maculata : Hauman, L.*

N. mexicana : Ward, D. '77b*; Wood '59*; Conard, H. '37*; Curtiss, A.; Capperino, M.; Ram, H.; Johnstone, I.;
Wiersema, J. & Hellquist*; Bailes, C.; Pringle, C. ’90; ‘97

N. mildbraedii : Hauman, L.*

N. muschleriana : Hauman, L.*

N. nouchali : Royen, P. '62a*

N. novo-granatensis: Wiersema, J. '84b*

N. odorata : Ward, D. '77b*; Wood '59*; Schneider, E. '81; Sturtevant, E. '89; '96; Gdn. & For. '94b; ‘94c;
Wiersema & Hellquist*

N. odorata var. rosea : Hovey, C.

N. ovalifolia : Hauman, L.*

N. potamophila : Wiersema & Hellquist

N. primulina (See N. sulfurea)

N. prolifera: Wiersema, J. '84b*

N. pubescens : Royen, P. '62a*

N. robinsoni : Gdn. & For. '95b

N. rubra: Mitra & Subramanyam

N. rudgeana : Prance, G. '76a*; Cramer, J*

N. stellata : Irvine, F.*; Fetherston, G.*; Caspary, R '77*; Gdn. & For. '96b

N. stuhlmannii : Bally, P.; Pring, G. '32; Pring & Woodson

N. ‘Sturtevantii’ : Gerard, F. '94b

N. sulfurea (syn. N. primulina) : Hutchinson, J.*; Pring, G. '51*; Trickett, R. '51*

N. tetragona : Irvine, F.*; Manning, W.; Gashwiler, J.; Porsild, A.; Raymond, M.*; Morong, T.; Wiersema, J. '97a*; Robinson, B.

N. tuberosa : Abbott, C.: Robertson, C.

N. violacea : Royen, P. '62a*

N. zanzibariensis : Caspary, R '77; Landon, K. ‘84

N. zenkeri : Verdcourt, B. '89a

Nymphaeaceae : Prance, G. '76a; Wood '59; Li, H. '55; Royen, P. '62a; Hauman, L.; Weidlich, W. '76a; ‘76b; Schneider, E. '79;
Cook, M.; Cutter, E. '59

   Bibliography of : Unknown (b)

   Chromosomes of : Langlet, O.; Gupta, P. ’78; ‘80

   Morphological Studies of : Moseley, M. ‘58; '61; '71; ’93; Cutter, E. '57

   Roots of: Seago, J.

   Seedlings of: Haines, R.; Tricker, Wm. ‘96b

   of Africa: Verdcourt, B. '89b

   of Bangladesh : Khan, S.

   of North America (North of Mexico): Wiersema & Hellquist

   of Mexico : Pringle, C. '90; ‘97

   of Panama : Unknown. 1962

   of Papua New Guinea : Leach, G.

Nymphoides (General) : Ornduff, R. '66a; '69; '70b; Wood '83; Aston, H ’73; '82; Royan, P. ‘62b

Nymphoides aquaticum : Conard, H. '37*

N. aurantiaca : Aston, H. '85b

Nymphoides beaglensis : Aston, H '87b

Nymphoides disperma : Aston, H '86

Nymphoides elliptica : Aston, H '84

N. exiflora : Aston, H. '85b*

Nymphoides humboldtiana : Masters, C. '64*; Boynton, K

N. geminata : Aston, H. '85b*

Nymphoides indica : Ornduff, R. '70a; Masters, C. '64*; Aston, H. '85b*

Nymphoides macrospermum : Vasudevan, R.

N. parviflora : Aston, H. '85b*

Nymphoides montana : Aston, H '82*

Nymphoides peltata : Masters, C. '64*

Nymphoides planosperma : Aston, H '82*

Nymphoides quadraloba : Aston, H '82*

N. spinulosperma: Aston, H '97

Nymphoides spongiosa : Aston, H '82*

Nymphoides subacuta : Aston, H '82*

Nymphoides triangularis : Aston, H '84

 

Ottelia : Jacobs, S. '94a

Ondinea purpurea : Hartog, C.; Schneider, E. '78b; '83a; '83b; Kenneally, K.; Williamson, P. '89a; '89b

 

Paxton, Joseph (Biography) : Anthony, J.

Pilularia : Unknown (e)

Pontederia cordata : Ornduff, R. '66b; Lowden, R.; Whigham, D.; Sutton, D, '90 & '91

Pontederiaceae : Lowden, R.

   of Africa : Verdcourt, B. '68

   of Bangladesh : Raman, M.

Regnellidium : Johnson, D.; Unknown (c)

 

Snails : Harper, E.

Spirodella : Maheshwari, S.

Sturtevant, Edmund D. (Biography) : Moon, M. '57b*; Moon, M. '58*

Swamp Vegetation : Eggeling, W.; Kerner, A.

 

Trapa natans : Brown, B; Boyle, R.; Miki, S.; Kadong, Y. '86; Brenan, J.

Tricker, Charles L. (Biography) : Moon, M. ‘57b

Typha : Anderson, M.*; Napper, D.; Jordan, T.

Typhonodorum lindleyanum : Williams, R.

 

Victoria : Prance, G. ’75; '76b; Cramer, J*; Nutt, P. '62; Unknown. 1850; Lockwood, S.; Lovejoy, T.; Conard, H. '00;
Schneider, E. '76; Pring, G. '34c; '53a; Anderson, E.; Lousley, J.; Gdn. & For. '88b; Valla, J. ’72; '76a; '76b

 

Water Garden : Gerard, L. '93; Bissett, P.; Tricker, Wm. '92; Pring, G. '56; Unknown. 1955; Woy, P.; Connelly, J;
Connard H. ‘06b; Gerard F. ‘94a

Waterlilies (See also Euryale, Nelumbo, Nuphar, Nymphaea, Ondinea, Victoria)

   As Food : Irvine, F.; Wyckoff-Baird

   Biology of : Wiersema, J. '88; Weidlich, W. '76a; 76b ; Capperino, M.; Schneider, E.’77; ’79; ’81; '82a; ‘82b; ‘83a; ‘83b;
Cutter, E. '57; '59; Conard, H. ‘36

   Blue Flowered: Nash, G.

   Classification : Les, D.

   Collections : Williams, D.; Rees, J.; Smith, R; Tomas, J.

   Cut Flowers of : Fairburn, D.

   General : Tricker, Wm. '00; Fowler, L.; Ames, O.; Hudson, J. '12; Gdn. & For. '88a; Gdn. & For. '92b; Gdn. & For. '96a; Unknown. 1893; Williams, D.; Rees, J.; Voss, A.; Anderson, F.

   Hardy : Conard, H. '06a; Robinson, W. '05a; Marliac, B. '93; ‘94; Kelly, J.

   History : Conard, H. '26a; Conard, H. '26b; Pring, G. '66; Burbridge, F.; Marliac, B. '01; Tricker, Wm. '01; Caporale, M;
Seibert, D.; Marliac, B. '94

   Hybridizing : Pring, G. '17; '22a; '22b; '34a; '34b; Heritage, B.; Oliver, G. '96; Marliac, B. '94

   in Maya Art : Rands, R.

   in Africa : Peter, A; Verdcourt, B. '89b; Mauve, A.; Sharpe, H.; Worsley, R.

   in Australia : Cribb, A.; Fetherston, G.; Jacobs, S. '92; Jacobs, S. '94b; Schwennesen, J.

   in Bangladesh : Khan, S.

   in Belgium Congo : Hauman, L.

   in Egypt : Stanton, W.; Fayrer, J.*

   in Florida (U.S.A.) : Ward, D. '77b; Ward, D. '77c; Wunderlin, R.; Sutton, D. '93

   in India: Biswas, K.

   in Mexico : Pringle, C. '90; Tricker, Wm. '95

   in New Jersey, USA : Sturtevant, E. 1886

   in Panama : Unknown. 1962

   in Papua New Guinea : Royen, P. '62a; Merrill; Conn, B

   in  U.S.A. : Small, J; Conard, H ’16, Tricker, Wm. ‘97

   on Stamps : Trickett, R. '67

   Pests of : Wilson, G.; Habeck, D.; Morton, H.

   Pigmy : Pring, G. '47b; Pring, G. '51; Trickett, R. '51

   Propagation : Pring, G. '33a; '34b; '41; ‘43; '58; ‘60; Kane, M.; Tricker, Wm. '96b; Williams, E.

   Seeds of: Watson, W. 1886

   Standardized Names: Olmstead, F.; Trehane, P.; Kelsey, H.; Stearn, Wm. ’53; ‘86; 339; Brickell, C.

   Taxonomy : Conard, H. ‘06a; ‘06c; ‘06d; Jacobs & Porter

   Tropical Day Blooming : Conard, H. '01; Uber, L; Hudson, J. '03a; Pring, G. '17; '22a; '22b; '32; '33a*; '34a*; '41; '48a*; '48b; '49; '50; ’66; Mitchell, H.; Strawn, K.; Unknown ‘26

Waterlilies

   Tropical Night Blooming : Conard, H. '06d; Uber, L*; Nutt, P. '67; Berry, B.; Pring, G. '33a*; '34a*; '48a*; '49*; ’50;
Robinson, W. '05b; Gerard, F. '94b

Wolfia : Armstrong, W. '83b

 

Zizania : Fox, A*

Zizanopsis : Fox, A*


 

PART 2

AUTHOR INDEX OF ARTICLES IN THE

I.W.G.S. LIBRARY

c = copy sheets

 

Abbott, Charles C. 1888.  NYMPHAEA TUBEROSA IN EASTERN WATERS. Garden & Forest (issue unknown) c1

Ames, Oakes. 1900.  AN INTERESTING GROUP OF NEW HYBRID BLOOMING NYMPHAEAS. American Gardening 21:644 c1

Anderson, Edgar. 1965.  VICTORIA WATER LILIES. Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 53(5): 1-18 c11

Anderson, Fred.  WATER LILIES FOR COOL SUMMER BEAUTY. Horticulture. August 1960: c2

Anderson, Michael G. & S.W. Idso. 1987. SURFACE GEOMETRY AND STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE EFFECTS ON EVAPORATION FROM  AQUATIC MACROPHYTES.  Water Resources Research. 23(6):1037-1042 c6

Andre {Editor of Revue Horticole}.1896. NEW HARDY WATER LILIES.The Garden 50:325 c1

Anthony, John. AN ILLUSTRATED LIFE OF SIR JOSEPH PAXTON. Shire Lifelines Book No. 21 c25

Armstrong, Wayne P. 1983a.  A MARRIAGE BETWEEN A FERN AND AN ALGA.  Environmental Southwest. Winter 1983: 20-24 c5

-----1983b  THE WORLD'S SMALLEST WILDFLOWER. Environment Southwest, Summer 1983: 17-21 c5

Aston, Helen I. 1973.  NYMPHOIDES OF AUSTRALIA. c13

-----1982 .  NEW AUSTRALIAN SPECIES OF NYMPHOIDES. Muelleria 5:35-51 c17

-----1984.  NYMPHOIDES TRIANGULARIS AND N. ELLIPTICA; TWO NEW AUSTRALIAN SPECIES. Muelleria 5265-270 c6

-----1985a.  MONOCHORIA CYANEA AND M. AUSTRALASICA IN AUSTRALIA. Muelleria 651-57 c7. 

-----1985b.  NYMPHOIDES OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Freshwater plants of PNG: 180-185 c6

-----1986.  NYMPHOIDES DISPERMA. Muelleria 6(3):197-200 c4

-----1987a.  LYMNOPHYTON AUSTRALIENSE A NEW GENERIC RECORD FOR AUSTRALIA. Muelleria 6(5):311-316 c6

-----1987b.  NYMPHOIDES BELEGENSIS. Mulleria 6(5): 359-362 c4

-----1997.  NYMPHOIDES SPINULOSPERMA:  A NEW SPECIES FROM S.E. AUSTRALIA,
Mulleria 10:21-25 f319c5

Axelrod, Herbert R. 1994.  OBITUARY:  ALBERT GREENBERG. Tropical Fish Hobbyist.42(6):158-159 c2

Bailes, Christoper. 1998.  LIFE ON THE MARGINS.  The Garden, June 1998:444-447; Nov.1998:818;
Dec. 1998:867 c6

Bally, P.R.O.  A LITTLE KNOWN WATER LILY FROM TANGANYIKA  (Nymphaea stuhlmanni) c2

Barber, C.A. 1889.  ON A CHANGE OF FLOWERS TO TUBERS IN NYMPHAEA LOTUS.
Annals of Botany. 4(13):106-115 c7

Berghs, J.M. 1989-1992.  MARLIAC AND HIS WORK.  Water Garden Journal (Articles), c59

Berry, B.C., 1922. NOCTURNAL HYBRID WATER-LILIES OF THE LATE  JAMES GURNEY.
Mo. Bot. Gard. Bull. 10(9):147-150 c4

Bettoney, Stanley. 1941. A GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE TROPICAL DAY-BLOOMING WATER-LILIES. Washington University, Department of  Botany (Introduction, History & Summary only). f 205 c11

Bissett, Peter.1897.  HINTS FOR THE WATER GARDEN. American Gardening 18:476-479 c4

Biswas, K. & C.C. Calder. 1937.  NYMPHAEACEAE (of India), from book "Common Water Plants of India and Burma. c4

Blaylock, B.G. & N.A. Griffith.  A LABORATORY TECHNIQUE FOR SPAWNING CARP. c2

Boyle, Robert H. 1969.  TRAPA NATANS IN THE MID-HUDSON. Extract from the book "THE HUDSON RIVER" 1969. c1

Boynton, Kenneth 1926. NYMPHOIDES HUMBOLDTIANUM, Addisonia 1920:25-26 c3

Brenan, J.P.M. 1953. TRAPACEAE, FLORA OF TROPICAL EAST AFRICA. 196 c3

Brickell, C.D. 1986.  THE INTERNATIONAL CODE OF NOMENCLATURE OF CULTIVATED PLANTS-PRESENT AND FUTURE AIMS AND REQUIREMENTS.  Acta Horticulturae. 182:29-34 c6

Brown, Bruce. 1942.  BEWARE OF THE CALTROP. Natural History. May, 1942. pp 248, c1

Brown, Frances C.c1985.  THE WHITE AMUR. Wall Street Journal n.d. c1

Burbridge, F.W.1901. ORIGIN OF THE HYBRID NYMPHAEAS. The Garden, Jan. 19, 1901 c1

Caporale, Maria.  LILIES FROM A MUD PUDDLE. (History of Kennelworth Gardens) Holiday, June 1946:36-37 c2

Capperino, M.E. & E.L. FLORAL BIOLOGY OF NYMPHAEA MEXICANA. Aquatic Botany.  23:83-93 c11

Caspary, Robert.1860a.  DIE NUPHAR LAPPLANDS. Unknown pub.:1-11 c12

-----1860b.  NUPHAR LUTEUM VAR RUBROPETALUM. Unknown pub.:49-52 c4

-----1870.  DIE NUPHAR DER VORGESEN UND SCHWARZWALDEN. Unknown pub.:4pp c4

-----1877.  NYMPHAEA ZANZIBARIENSIS. Botanische Zeitung 35(13):202-208 c3

Conard, H.S. & Wm. Tricker. 1900.  NELUMBO. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture. 1900 (rev. 1928).
pp 2117-2118 c2

-----1900 VICTORIA.  The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture. 1900 (rev.1929) pp 3466-3469 c4

Conard, Henry S. 1901.  A NEW TENDER NYMPHAEA. (N. Pennsylvania). American Gardening.  22: 745 c1 

-----1905. Bibliography from THE WATERLILIES:  243-263 c21

-----1906a. THE HARDY WATERLILIES WORTH GROWING. The Garden Magazine. 2:279-281f 47 c3

-----1906b. THE MAKING OF A WATER GARDEN.  The Garden Magazine. 3:78-8 c3

-----1906c. THE TENDER DAY-BLOOMING WATER-LILIES.  The Garden Magazine. 3:3/21-325 c5

-----1906d WATERLILIES FOR THE BUSINESS MAN. The Garden Magazine. 4: 70-72 c3

-----1906e.  THE BEST AQUATIC PLANTS.  The Garden Magazine. 4:180-183 c4

-----1916.  THE WHITE WATERLILY OF IOWA. Iowa Academy of Science. 23:  621-623 c2

-----1926a.  PIONEERING WITH WATERLILIES. Garden Magazine andHomeBuilder:                 42:358-360 c3

-----1926b.  BRINGING IN THE AUSTRALIAN WATERLILY. Garden Magazine and Home Builder. 42:436 c1

-----1936.  WATER-LILIES; MONOCOTS OR DICOTS? The American Botanist. 42:104-107 c2

-----1937.  THE BANANA FLOATING HEART. Iowa Academy of Science. 44:61-64 c3

Conn, Barry J. 1985.  NYMPHAEA AND NELUMBO OF PAPUA  NEW GUINEA. c8

Connelly, J.H. 1895. AQUATIC GARDENING.  The Century Magazine. 50(5):726-735 c10

Cook, Melville T. 1906.  THE EMBRYOGENY OF SOME CUBAN NYMPHAECEAE.  Botanical Gazette.
Nov. 1906 pp 376-392 c10

Coville, Frederick V.1902.  WOKAS, A PRIMITIVE FOOD OF THE KLAMATH INDIANS. Report of the U.S. National Museum for 1902: 727-739 with 13 plates c26

Cramer, Jacqueline, A. Meeuse & P. Teunissen. 1975.  A NOTE ON THE POLLINATION OFNOCTURNALLY FLOWERING SPECIES OF NYMPHAEA. Acta Bot. Neerl. 24(5-6): 489-490 c2

Cribb, A.B. 1956.  SEED DISPERSAL IN THE BLUE WATERLILY. Queensland (Australia) Naturalist 16:12-13. c1

Crocker, Wm. 1907. GERMINATION OF SEEDS OF WATER PLANTS. Botanical Gazette 44:375-380 c4

Curtiss, A.H. 1902.  THE YELLOW WATER LILY OF FLORIDA. The Plant World. June 1902. pp 106-109 c4

Cutter, Elizabeth G. 1957.  FLORAL DEVELOPMENT IN NUPHAR AND NYMPHAEA: BRACTS AND CALYX. Phytomorphology. March 1957. pp 57-73 c9

-----1959.  THE INCEPTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF FLOWERS IN THE  NYMPHAEACEAE. Proc. Lin. Soc. London. 172: 93-100 c8

Das, R.R. 1969.  A STUDY OF REPRODUCTION IN EICHHORNIA CRASSIPES. Trop. Ecoli 1969:195-198 c4

Deevey, Edward S. 1958.  BOGS. Scientific American. Oct. 1958. 7 pp c7

Editorial .1903. NYMPHAEA GIGANTEA HUDSONII. The Gardening World. Sept. 5, 1903. p757 c1

-----1983.  WATER HYACINTH CONTROL MEASURES UNDERTAKEN IN THE SAN JOAQUIN DELTA. Pacific Coast Nurseryman. Nov. 1983 :6 c1

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