Notice: Atrium is currently undergoing maintenance. During this time, some or all images may not be displayed.

Record Details

Neill, Amanda K.; Wilson, Hugh D.
The Vascular Flora of Madison County, Texas
Sida, Contributions to Botany
2001
Journal Article
19
4
1083-1121
BRIT Press
Fort Worth, Texas
0036-1488
2001-12-27
Texas, county flora, Madison County, vascular plants
A survey of the vascular flora of Madison County, Texas, was conducted from May 1996 to April 2000. The flora consists of 985 species in 488 genera and 136 families. The largest families in the flora are the Asteraceae (127 species), Poaceae (123 spp.), Fabaceae (76 spp.), Cyperaceae (63 spp.), and Euphorbiaceae (32 spp.). The species are compiled in an annotated list that includes for each species the common name, collection citations, and a designation as to whether that species is considered native or introduced. Habitat types where each species occurs are included in the list. Unusual habitats, introduced species, and rare and endemic taxa are discussed.
Published M.S. thesis of A.K. Neill, Botany, Texas A&M University.