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James L. Reveal, © by C. Rose Broome

James L. Reveal

Professor Emeritus

B.S. - Utah State University, 1964
M.S. - Utah State University, 1966
Ph.D. - Brigham Young University, 1969
E-mail: jreveal@umd.edu
E-mail: jlreveal@starband.net
Mailing address: 18625 Spring Canyon Road
       Montrose, CO 81401-7906
Montrose Telephone: (970) 249-5861
Montrose Fax: (970) 249-5978
Web page: www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/

Research Interests: Plant systematics, taxonomy of Polygonaceae subfam. Eriogonoideae, botanical nomenclature, and history of botanical explorations and discovery

LISTEN TO Botanical Discoveries of Lewis and Clark from "National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation - Science Friday," 2 April 2004.



      Research interests include floristic studies in western North America (including endangered and threatened species), examination of historical specimens gathered in temperate North America, monographic studies on Polygonaceae subfam. Eriogonoideae, botanical nomenclature, history of botanical explorations in the New World, and a review of suprageneric nomenclature, including vascular plant family nomenclature and an evaluation of systems of classification at and above the family level. The most recent effort has involved a joint effort with Dr. Robert F. Thorne entitled An updated classification of the Class Magnoliopsida ("Angiospermae") that will be published shortly.

      The majority of my research is done in association with the Norton-Brown Herbarium (MARY) at the University of Maryland. Additional efforts involve the New York Botanical Garden, the Department of Botany at The Natural History Museum in London and especially work on the John Clayton herbarium; the Department of Botany at The Academy of Natural History in Philadelphia, and especially the Lewis and Clark herbarium; the Missouri Botanical Garden; the herbarium at Mesa State College; and the Monte L. Bean Museum of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University.

      Class notes relating to plant taxonomy exist for both an introductory plant taxonomy course and for an advanced plant taxonomy course. However, the information will be combined eventually into a single unit and the family information in the latter will be redrafted away from the Cronquist system into one more appropriate for the present day. Notes on the biomes of North America continue to be available.

      Upon retiring, Reveal moved West and now lives in Colorado.


Positions held, with titles and inclusive dates for each:

Teaching assistant, Utah State University; 1963-1965
Botanical collector, New York Botanical Garden; 1964-1968
Teaching assistant, Brigham Young University; 1965-1968
Assistant curator, Brigham Young University; 1965-1969
Pre-doctoral fellow, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; 1966-1967
Botanical collector, Atomic Energy Commission, University of California at Los Angeles; 1968
NDEA Trainee, Brigham Young University; 1968-1969
Assistant Professor of Botany, University of Maryland; 1969-1974
Research Associate; Smithsonian Institution; 1970-1989
Secretary-General, International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology; 1970-1985
Associate curator, University of Maryland Herbarium; 1972-1979
Consultant, Time-Life Books, Time Magazine, Inc.; 1973-1975
Associate Professor of Botany, University of Maryland; 1974-1981
Member, Endangered Species Committee, Smithsonian Institution; 1974-1982
Regional consultant, Office of Endangered Species and International Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior; 1975-1982
Visiting Professor of Botany, Brigham Young University; 1975-1976
Editor, MAB/FNA Vascular plants of North America north of Mexico; 1978-1979
Director of the Norton-Brown Herbarium, University of Maryland; 1979-1999
Consultant, Stonehenge Press, Time Magazine, Inc.; 1979-1982
Consultant, University Park Press, Baltimore; 1980-1990
Professor of Botany, University of Maryland; 1981-1999
Acting Curator of the Norton-Brown Herbarium, University of Maryland; 1984-1985
Consultant, National Geographic Society; 1985 to present
Co-President, International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology; 1986-1991
Botany Extension Specialist, Department of Botany, University of Maryland; 1989-1999
Visiting Research Fellow, The Natural History Museum, London; 1990-1992
Executive Committee, International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology; 1991-1996
Research Associate, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis; 1991 to present
Visiting Research Scholar, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford, England; 1991-1996
Board of Visitors, William Paca Garden, Annapolis, Maryland; 1993-1999
Board of Directors, Friends of the University of Maryland Libraries, 1998-1999
Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, 1999-present
Research Associate, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 2001-present
Honorary Curator, New York Botanical Garden, 2003-present
Visiting Professor, Corcoran Gallery of Arts, 2005

Publications:

  1. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2005. Wild ginger. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  2. Hoogland, R.D.* & J.L. Reveal. 2005. Index nominum familiarum plantarum vascularium. Bot. Rev 71: 1-291. [* Deceased (1922-1994)]
  3. Reveal, J.L. 2005. Dodecatheon variants. A closer study reveals possible new nomenclature. Primroses 63: 26-29.
  4. Freeman, C. & J. L. Reveal. 2005. 44. Polygonaceae Jussieu, Gen. Pl., 82. 1789, name conserved • Buckwheat family. Fl. N. Amer. 5: 216-218. See also the online edition.
  5. Reveal, J. L. 2005. 44a. Polygonaceae Jussieu subfam. Eriogonoideae Arnott, Encycl. Brittannica (ed. 7), 5: 126. 1832 • Wild buckwheat subfamily. Fl. N. Amer. 5: 218-478. See also the online edition.
  6. Reveal, J. L. 2005. [Two colored images in] "Following the garden trail of Lewis and Clark" by Ilene Sternberg. Washington Post H6, H8. 3 Feb 2005.
  7. Reveal, J. L. 2005. [Review of] Gardens and historic plants of the antebellum south. By James R. Cothran. Alabama Review 58: 48-49.
  8. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2005. Glacier lily. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  9. Reveal, J. L. 2005. A family matter. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  10. Welsh, S. L. & J. L. Reveal. 2004. Atriplex argentea var. expansa (Chenopodiaceae), a new combination for the Flora of North America. Novon 14: 509.
  11. Reveal, J. L. 2004. New entities in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 86: 121-159.
  12. Reveal, J. L. & A. Clifford. 2004. A new variety of Eriogonum lachnogynum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 86: 160-168.
  13. Reveal, J. L. & J. D. Knorr. 2004. A new variety of Eriogonum ursinum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 86: 169-172.
  14. Reveal, J. L. 2004.[Review of] Flora of North America. Volume 4. Magnoliophyta: Caryophyllidae, part 1. Pl. Sci. Bull. 50: 135-138.
  15. Turner, B. L. & J. L. Reveal. 2004. Scutellaria petersoniae (Lamiaceae), a new species from Guerrero, Mexico. Sida 21: 679-681.
  16. Reveal, J. L. 2004. Kathleen M. Peterson, 1948-2003. Sida 21: 1239-1243.
  17. Reveal, J. L., K. Gandhi & D. H. Nicolson. 2004. The demise of the name Astragalus tenellus Pursh (Fabaceae). Taxon 53: 1055-1058.
  18. Reveal, J. L. & C. R. Björk. 2004. Eriogonum soliceps (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae), a new species from east central Idaho and southwestern Montana. Brittonia 56: 295-298.
  19. Reveal, J. L. 2004. Johanneshowellia (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae), a new genus from the Intermountain West. Brittonia 56: 299-306.
  20. Reveal, J. L. 2004. Nomenclatural summary of Polygonaceae subfamily Eriogonoideae. Harvard Pap. Bot. 9: 143-230.
  21. Reveal, J. L. 2004. "Anchusa virginiana L.," p. 800. In S. Cafferty & C. E. Jarvis (eds.), Typification of Linnaean plant names in Boraginaceae. Taxon 53: 799-805.
  22. Reveal, J. L. 2004. "Apodanthes (Rafflesiaceae) and Apodanthus (Bryophyta)" p. 824. In R. K. Brummitt, Report of the Committee for Spermatophyta: 54. Taxon 53: 813-825.
  23. Zijlstra, G., J. L. Reveal & J. Wiersema. 2004. Some proposals to clarify the concept of 'ascription of a name.' Taxon 53: 856-857.
  24. Musselman, J., J. L. Reveal, R. McCourt, & S. Walker. 2004. Luxuriant beargrass. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  25. Reveal, J. L. 2004. [Twenty-one images for] Native plants of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Friends of the Sunriver Area Library: Sunriver, Oregon. 78 pp.
  26. Reveal, J. L. 2004. Proposal to conserve the name Gilmania Coville against Phyllogonum Coville (Polygonaceae, Eriogonoideae)-a case of mistaken homonymy. Taxon 53: 573.
  27. Reveal, J. L. 2004. [Review of] "A region of astonishing beauty:" The botanical exploration of the Rocky Mountains. Brittonia 56: 195-197.
  28. Reveal, J. L., P. H. Raven, P. Hoch, R. R. Haynes & C. B. Hellquist. 2003. Proposals to conserve the name Ludwigia repens (Onagraceae) with a conserved type, and to reject the names Potamogeton oblongifolium and P. rotundifolium. Taxon 52: 864-866.
  29. Reveal, J. L. 2003. Eriogonum for the garden. www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/pbio/eriog/eriogarden.html]
  30. Reveal, J. L. 2003. [Equisteum arvense]. Science 301: 19.
  31. Reveal, J. L. 2003. A workshop on wild buckwheats. Polygonaceae subfam. Eriogonoideae of the Pacific Northwest. White Pine Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society. Caldwell, Idaho. 74 pp.
  32. Earle, A. S. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. Lewis and Clark's green world. The expedition and its plants. Helena, Montana: Farcountry Press. 256 pp.
  33. Duncan, R. B. & J. L. Reveal 2003. Noteworthy collections. Eriogonum ericifolium Torr. & A. Gray (Polygonaceae). Madroño 50: 53.
  34. Reveal, J. L. & A. S. Earle. 2003. Bitterroots & bitter news. Lewis & Clark encounter Montana's plants. Montana Magazine 179: 38-44.
  35. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. Bearberry. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  36. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. A singular plant. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  37. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. Camassia quamash: Lewis's description. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  38. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. Hooked. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  39. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. Indian tobacco. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  40. Musselman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2003. Corolla and calyx. [Discovering Lewis and Clark].
  41. Cimino, M. T., J. L. Reveal & C. F. Delwiche. 2003. Proposals to conserve the name Coleochaete soluta against C. prostrata and the name C. orbicularis against Phyllactidium pulchellum with a note on the name C. nitellarum (Coleochaetaceae, Chlorophyceae). Taxon 52: 133-134.
  42. Angiosperm Phylogeny Group [Bremer, B., K. Bremer, M. W. Chase, J. L. Reveal, D. E. Soltis, P. S. Soltis & P. F. Stevens, compl.]. 2003. An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG II. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 141: 399-436.
  43. Reveal, J. L. 2002-onward. Images of plants collected or observed by Lewis and Clark. [/LnC/L&Cimages.html;]
  44. Pires, J. C. & J. L. Reveal. 2002. "Androstephium," p. 333. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  45. Pires, J. C. & J. L. Reveal. 2002. "Muilla," pp. 334-335. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  46. Reveal, J. L. & W. C. Hodgson. 2002. "Agave," pp. 442-461. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York.
  47. Reveal, J. L. & J. C. Pires. 2002. "Phylogeny and classification of the monocotyledons: An update," pp. 3-36. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  48. Reveal, J. L. & F. H. Utech. 2002. "Lloydia," p. 198. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  49. Reveal, J. L. & F. H. Utech. 2002. "Eremocrinum," pp. 216-217. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  50. Reveal, J. L. & F. H. Utech. 2002. "Leucocrinum," pp. 217-218. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 26. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  51. Reveal, J. L. 2002. Mentzelia rhizomata (Loasaceae: Mentzelioideae), a new species from western Colorado. Syst. Bot. 27: 763-767. -- see also Mentzelia rhizomata Reveal
  52. Reveal, J. L. 2002. "Arabis canadensis L.," p. 531. In: S. Cafferty & C. E. Jarvis (eds.), Typification of Linnaean plant names in Brassicaceae (Cruciferae). Taxon 51: 529-537.
  53. Reveal, J. L. 2002. "Spiraea tomentosa L." and "Spiraea trifoliata L.", p. 544. In: S. Cafferty & C. E. Jarvis (eds.), Typification of Linnaean plant names in Rosaceae. Taxon 51: 539-545.
  54. Reveal, J. L. & A. B. Doweld. 2002. Proposal to conserve the family name Microcachrydaceae (Pinophyta). Taxon 51: 573.
  55. Doweld, A. B. & J. L. Reveal. 2002. Proposal to conserve the name Pitys Witham (Fossil Plants) with that spelling. Taxon 51: 583-584.
  56. Reveal, J. L., H. Reynolds & J. Picciani. 2002. Eriogonum diatomaceum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae), a new species from western Nevada, U.S.A. Novon 12: 87-89.
  57. Mussulman, J. & J. L. Reveal. 2002. "Hooked." [under Issues and Values, Tobacco.] In: Discovering Lewis & Clark. [http://www.lewis-clark.org/]
  58. Reveal, J. L. 2001-onward. Eriogonoideae of North America north of Mexico. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/pbio/eriog/key.html]
  59. Reveal, J.L., A.S. Earle, R.M. McCourt & E.E. Spamer. 2001-onward. "The plants collected by Lewis and Clark." [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/LnC/LnCpublic.html]
  60. Reveal, J.L. 2001. "Rafinesque's six firs of Oregon." [under Natural History, Douglas-fir: The name.] In: Discovering Lewis & Clark. [http://www.lewis-clark.org/]
  61. Reveal, J.L. 2001. "Observations on Douglas-fir by David Douglas." [under Natural History, Douglas-fir: The name.] In: Discovering Lewis & Clark. [http://www.lewis-clark.org/]
  62. Reveal, J.L. 2001. Grasses of Pakistan. Montrose, Colorado: Spring Canyon Enterprises. 140 pp.
  63. Reveal, J.L. 2001. A weekend of wooly knees. Polygonaceae subf. Eriogonoideae north of Mexico. Berkeley: Jepson Herbarium Workshop. 192 pp.
  64. Yentsch, A.E. & J.L. Reveal. 2001. "Chesapeake gardens and botanical frontier," pp. 249-278. In: P.D. Curtin, G.S. Brush & G.W. Fisher (eds.), Discovering the Chesapeake: The history of an ecosystem. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  65. Corbin, B.L., J.L. Reveal & R. Barron. 2001. Eriogonum spectabile (Polygonaceae): A new species from northeastern California. Madroño 47: 134-137.
  66. Reveal, J.L. 2000. "A nomenclatural morass." [under Natural History, Douglas-fir: The name.] In: Discovering Lewis & Clark. [http://www.lewis-clark.org/]
  67. Reveal, J.L. 2000. [A review of] The journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, volume 12. Herbarium of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by Gary E. Moulton. Syst. Bot. 25: 566-567.
  68. Reveal, J.L. 2000. A new classification of the monocotyledonous angiosperms by Chase et al. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/pbio/WWW/cvjlr.html]
  69. Reveal, J.L. 2000. Three "suprerconservation" proposals for conserved family names in App. IIB (Spermatophyta) of the Code. Taxon 49: 291-294.
  70. Reveal, J.L. 2000. Proposal to reject the name Smilax humilis (Smilacaceae). Taxon 49: 297.
  71. Reveal, J.L. 2000. [Letter to the editor] Slips & cuttings. Wildflower 16(2): 4.
  72. Terrell, E.E., J.L. Reveal, R.W. Spjut, R.F. Whitcomb, J.H. Kirkbride, Jr., M.T. Cimino & M.T. Strong. 2000. Annotated list of the flora of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. U.S.D.A. Agric. Res. Serv. ARS-155. vi+89 pp.
  73. Reveal, J.L. 2000. "Changes in botanical communication: Information on tap." In:C. Tancin & M. Beasley (eds.). Towards an international plan for preserving botanical documentation: Critical problems and potential solutions. Published online by Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries, Inc. [http://huntbot.andrew.cmu.edu/CBHL/reveal.html]
  74. Kiger, R.W. & J.L. Reveal. 2000. A comprehensive scheme for standardized abbreviation of usable plant-family names and type-based suprafamilial names. Huntia 11: 55-84. - see also [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/famabbr.html]
  75. Reveal, J.L. & A.B. Doweld. 1999. Validation of some suprageneric names in Magnoliophyta. Novon 9: 549-553.
  76. Doweld, A.B. & J. L. Reveal. 1999. Validation of new suprageneric names in Pinophyta. Phytologia 84: 363-367.
  77. Keener, C.S., J.L. Reveal, B.E. Dutton & S. Ziman. 1999. A list of suprageneric names in Ranunculaceae (Magnoliophyta). Taxon 48: 497-506.
  78. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Proposal to conserve the name Lathyrus polymorphus (Fabaceae/Leguminosae) with a conserved type. Taxon 48: 169.
  79. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Vascular Plant Family Nomenclature: Fate of suprageneric proposals at the St. Louis Nomenclature Session for the XVI International Botanical Congress. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/nomrept.html]
  80. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Corrections and modifications of the suprageneric nomenclature in volumes III and IV of The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants edited by K. Kubitzki. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/kubitzkimonocot.html]
  81. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Conspectus of the monocotyledonous angiosperm families in The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants by Kubitzki. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/kubitzkimonocot.html#consp]
  82. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Vascular Plant Family Nomenclature: A New Provision and Three Examples for Art. 35 of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/art352.html]
  83. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Vascular Plant Family Nomenclature: Impact of the Failure to Introduce Art. 16, Prop. F to the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/art161sexies.html]
  84. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Reichenbach tribal names (1831-1841). [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/rchb.html]
  85. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Unranked Reichenbach names. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/rchbur.html]
  86. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Suprageneric names in Fabaceae Published Prior to 1900. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/sgfabales.html]
  87. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Notes and nomenclatural additions to "An updated classification of the Monocotyledoneae" by Robert F. Thorne. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/thorne99mono.html]
  88. Reveal, J.L. 1999. The Berchtold & Presl (1820) invalidly published names reported in Indices Nominum Supragenericorum Plantarum Vascularium at the rank of tribe. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/Berch&Presl.html;]
  89. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Vascular Plant Family Nomenclature: Impact of Art. 14, Footnote 2 on Appendix IIB. Spermatophyta of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/art14f2.html]
  90. Reveal, J.L. 1999. Validly published suprageneric names in Cactaceae Juss. proposed prior to 1900. Sukkulenty 1(2): 33-34.
  91. Reveal. J.L., W.S. Judd & R. Olmstead. 1999. Proposal to conserve the name Antirrhinaceae and with a superconservation proposal to maintain Antirrhinaceae over Plantaginaceae (Magnoliophyta). Taxon 48: 182.
  92. Reveal, J.L. & A.E. Schuyler. 1999. "Appendix F. Additional nomenclature," pp. 355-357. In: G.E. Moulton (ed.), The journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Volume. 12. Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 359 pp.
  93. Reveal, J.L., A.E. Schuyler, & G.E. Moulton. 1999. The Lewis and Clark collections of vascular plants: Names, types and comments. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 149: 1-64. - reprinted as a separate with an introduction by Stephen Ambrose.
  94. Graham, S.A., R.F. Thorne & J.L. Reveal. 1998. Validation of subfamily names in Lythraceae. Taxon 47: 435-436.
  95. Reveal, J.L. 1998. Proposals to conserve the names Tricyrtidaceae and Walleriaceae. Taxon 47: 173-174.
  96. Reveal, J.L. 1998. Seventeen proposals to amend the Code on suprageneric names. Taxon 47: 183-192.
  97. Reveal, J.L. 1998. [Numerous entries]. In: C.E. Jarvis & N.J. Turland (eds.), "Typification of Linnaean specific and varietal names in the Compositae (Asteraceae)." Taxon 47: 347-370.
  98. Reveal, J.L. 1998. "Appendix I. General plant classification systems," pp. 14.1-14.35. In: P.P. Lehtonen (ed.), USDA Reviewer's manual for the technical advisory group for biological control agents of weeds. Guidelines for evaluating the safety of candidate biological control agents. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Riverdale, MD.
  99. Reveal, J.L. 1998. [Cover photograph] Amer. J. Bot. 85(6): Abstracts.
  100. Reveal, J.L. 1998 ["1997;"]. Behniaceae (Magnoliophyta), a new family of Asteliales. Phytologia 82: 273-274.
  101. Reveal, J.L. & W.B. Zomlefer. 1998. Two new orders for monocotyledonous plants. Novon 8: 176-177.
  102. Anderson, J.L., J.L. Reveal & R.C. Rollins. 1997. Lesquerella vicina (Brassicaceae), a new species from western Colorado. Novon 7: 9-12.
  103. Cheek, M., D. Schnell, J.L. Reveal & J. Schlauer. 1997. Proposal to conserve the name Sarracenia purpurea (Sarraceniaceae) with a new type. Taxon 46: 781-783.
  104. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Summary classification of vascular plants. [/pb250/summclass.html]
  105. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Reveal system of classification: Magnoliophyta. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/pb250/reve1.html]
  106. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Introduction to "A revised classification of the angiosperms by Robert F. Thorne." [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/pb250/thorne.html]
  107. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Errata for the suprafamilial nomenclature used by Cronquist in his An Integrated System of Classification of Flowering Plants (1981). [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/pb250/cronerr.html]
  108. Reveal, J.L. 1997. USDA-APHIS - Concordance of family names. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/usda/usdaindex.html].
  109. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Introductory botany web notes to accompany Introductory Botany: Plants, People, and the Environment by Linda Berg. (Access restricted to on-campus sites) -- Now deleted.
  110. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Suprageneric names in Fabaceae published prior to 1870. Beanbag 45: 7-14.
  111. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Two new suprageneric names in Magnoliophyta. Phytologia 82: 129.
  112. Reveal, J.L. 1997. [A review of A.L. Takhtajan's] Diversity and classification of flowering plants. Fl. N. Amer. Newsl. 11: 14-15.
  113. Reveal, J.L. 1997. A weekend of wooly knees. Berkeley: Jepson Herbarium Workshop. 113 pp.
  114. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Solutions to biological nomenclature. Biol. Int. 34: 75-85.
  115. Reveal, J.L. 1997. Early suprageneric names in Asteraceae. Compositae Newsl. 30: 29-45.
  116. Reveal, J.L. F. Caplow & K. Beck. 1997. Eriogonum codium (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae), a new species from southcentral Washington. Rhodora 97: 350-356.
  117. Terrell, E.E., P.M. Peterson, J.L. Reveal & M.R. Duvall. 1997. Taxonomy of North American species of Zizania (Poaceae). Sida 17: 533-549.
  118. Moseley, R. K. & J. L. Reveal. 1996. The taxonomy and preliminary conservation status of Eriogonum shockleyi S. Wats. in Idaho. Idaho Bur. Land Managem. Tech. Bull. 96-4: 1-52.
  119. Reveal, J.L. 1996. Newly required suprageneric names in Magnoliophyta. Phytologia 79: 68-76.
  120. Reveal, J.L. 1996. "What's in a name: Identifying plants in pre-Linnaean botanical literature," pp. 57-90. In: B. Holland (ed.), Prospecting for drugs in ancient and medieval European texts: A scientific approach. Harword Academic Publishers, Paris.
  121. Reveal, J.L. (ed.). 1996. Proceedings of a Mini-Symposium on Biological Nomenclature in the 21st Century. University of Maryland. [http://www.life.umd.edu/bees/96sym.html]
  122. Reveal, J.L. (ed.). 1996. "Solutions for biological nomenclature.". In: J.L. Reveal, ed., Proceedings of a Mini-Symposium on Biological Nomenclature in the 21st Century. University of Maryland. [http://www.life.umd.edu/bees/96sym.html]
  123. Reveal, J.L. 1996-onward. Indices nominum familiarum plantarum vascularium. Phylogenetic systems of classification of extant vascular plant families [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/WWW/supragen.html]
  124. Reveal, J.L. 1996-onward. Vascular plant family nomenclature [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/fam/revfam.html]
  125. Reveal, J.L. 1996. "Polygonaceae subfam. Eriogonoides." In: J.T. Kartesz, Biota of North American Program - Flora2 [http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/FLORA/kartesz/flora2ka.htm; see also Synonymized checklist of the vascular flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland [http://www.mip.berkeley.edu/bonap/checklist_intro.html] and Plants [http://trident.ftc.nrcs.usda.gov/plants/]
  126. Reveal, J.L. 1996. "Full family nomenclature from the Indices nominum familiarum plantarum vascularium Project," in H.D. Wilson (ed.), Magnoliophyta [http://www.isc.tamu.edu/FLORA/cronang.htm]
  127. Reveal, J.L. 1996. A guide to scientific names of vascular plants. Probe 6(July): 16-17.
  128. Barrie, F.R. & J.L. Reveal. 1995. Proposal to conserve the name Chelone hirsuta L. Taxon 44: 637-638.
  129. Dutton, B.E., J.L. Reveal, C.S. Keener & K.N. Gandhi. 1995. Proposal to conserve the orthography of Anemone narcissiflora L. (Anemonastrum narcissiflorum; Ranunculaceae). Taxon 44: 421-422.
  130. Reveal, J.L. 1995. Proposal to reject Datisca hirta L. (Rhus hirta (L.) Sudw. (Anacardiaceae). Taxon 44: 433.
  131. Reveal, J.L. 1995. Subfamily names in an 1832 preprint of an article on botany for the seventh edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Taxon 44: 589-596.
  132. Reveal, J.L. & L.C. Anderson. 1995. Proposal to conserve Chrysothamnus Nutt. (Compositae). Taxon 44: 443-444.
  133. Reveal, J.L. 1995. Indices nominum supragenericorum plantarum vascularium. [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/WWW/supragen.html]
  134. Reveal, J.L. 1995-1998. Indices nominum familiarum plantarum vascularium. Concordance of family names. [http://www.fna.org/Libraries/plib/WWW/Introduction/index.html]
  135. Reveal, J.L. 1995-1998. Indices nominum familiarum plantarum vascularium. Systems of classification of extant vascular plant families. [http://www.umd.edu:8080/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/WWW/supragen.html]
  136. Cronquist, A., A.H. Holmgren, N.H. Holmgren, J.L. Reveal & P.K. Holmgren. 1994. Intermountain flora: The vascular flora of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. Volume 5, Asterales by A. Cronquist. New York: New York Botanical Garden. 496 pp.
  137. Reveal, J.L. 1994. New supraordinal names in Magnoliophyta and the recognition of five classes in the division. Phytologia 76: 1-7.
  138. Reveal, J.L. 1994. "Polygonaceae," pp. 476-490. In: J.T. Kartesz (ed.), A synonymized checklist of the vascular flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland. Volume 1. Checklist. 2nd ed. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press.
  139. Reveal, J.L. & J.S. Pringle. 1994. Taxonomic botany and floristics. [http://hua.huh.harvard.edu/FNA/Volume/V01/Chapter07.shtml] - for an illustrated version see [www.life.umd.edu/emeritus/reveal/PBIO/usda/fnach7.html]
  140. Reveal, J.L. 1994. Flowering plant families: An overview. [http://hua.huh.harvard.edu/FNA/Volume/V01/Chapter15.shtml]
  141. Hoogland, R.D. & J.L. Reveal. 1993. "Vascular plant family names in current use," pp 15-60. In: W. Greuter (ed.), NCU-1. Family names in current use for vascular plants, bryophytes, and fungi. Koeltz Scientific Books, Konigstein, Germany
  142. Jarvis, C.E., F.R. Barrie, D. Allan & J.L. Reveal. 1993. A list of Linnaean generic names and their types. Koeltz Scientific Books, Konigstein, Germany. 100 pp.
  143. Reveal, J.L. 1993. "Flowering plant families: An overview," pp. 294-330. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico. Vol. 1. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  144. Reveal, J.L. 1993. [Names in Polygonaceae.] In: W. Greuter, R.K. Brummitt, E. Farr, N. Kilian, P.M. Kirk & P.C. Silva (eds.), Names in current use for extant plant genera. Koeltz Scientific Books, Konigstein, German.
  145. Reveal, J.L. 1993. New ordinal names for extant vascular plants. Phytologia 74: 173-177.
  146. Reveal, J.L. 1993. New subclass and superordinal names for extant vascular plants. Phytologia 74: 178-179.
  147. Reveal, J.L. 1993. The correct name of the northern expression of Sarracenia purpurea L. (Sarraceniaceae). Phytologia 74: 180-184.
  148. Reveal, J.L. 1993. Streptopus lanceolatus (Aiton) Reveal, a new name for Streptopus roseus Michx. (Convallariaceae). Phytologia 74: 185-189.
  149. Reveal, J.L. 1993. On the valid publication of Collinsia violacea Nuttall (Scrophulariaceae). Phytologia 74: 190-192.
  150. Reveal, J.L. 1993. Automatically typified superordinal and ordinal names for the flowering plants (Magnoliophyta as recognized by Thorne (1992) and arranged following the principles of priority, autonymy and the substitution of alternative names. Phytologia 74: 193-202.
  151. Reveal, J.L. 1993. A splitter's guide to the higher taxa of the flowering plants (Magnoliophyta) generally arranged to follow the sequence proposed by Thorne (1992) with certain modifications. Phytologia 74: 203-263.
  152. Reveal, J.L. 1993. A identification of Hieracium kalmii L. (Asteraceae). Novon 3: 73-74.
  153. Reveal, J.L. 1993. A preliminary list of validly published automatically typified ordinal names of vascular plants. Taxon 42: 825-844.
  154. Reveal, J.L. 1993. Gentle conquest. The botanical discovery of North America with illustrations from the Library of Congress. A 1994 calendar with text by James L. Reveal. Fulcrum Publishing Co., Golden, Colorado. 28 pp.
  155. Reveal, J.L. & J.S. Pringle. 1993. "Taxonomic botany and floristics," pp. 157-192. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.), Flora of North America north of Mexico Vol. 1. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.
  156. Reveal, J.L. & A.L. Takhtajan. 1993. Three new suprafamilial names in Magnoliophyta. Phytologia 74: 171-172.
  157. Takhtajan, A.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1993. Austrotaxaceae, a new family of Pinophyta. Phytologia 74: 169-170.
  158. Takhtajan, A.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1993. Oftiaceae, a new name for a family of Magnoliophyta. Phytologia 74: 284-285.
  159. Barrie, F.R., C.E. Jarvis & J.L. Reveal. 1992. The need to change Article 8.3 of the Code. Taxon 41: 508-512.
  160. Barrie, F.R., J.L. Reveal & C.E. Jarvis. 1992. Two proposals to amend Article 8 of the Code. Taxon 41: 600-601.
  161. Cronquist, A., A.H. Holmgren, N.H. Holmgren, J.L. Reveal & P.K. Holmgren. 1992. Intermountain flora: The vascular flora of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. Volume 3, part A. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  162. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Gentle conquest. The botanical discovery of North America with illustrations from the Library of Congress. Starwood Publishing, Washington, D.C. 160 pp. [Reissued as America's botanical beauty by Fulcrum Press, Golden. CO, in 1996.]
  163. Reveal, J.L. 1992. "Polygonaceae," p. 641. In: R.K. Brummitt (comp.), Vascular plant families and genera. Royal Botanic Garden, Kew.
  164. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Re-establishment of a discarded namein Crepis L. (Asteraceae). Watsonia19: 40-41.
  165. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Lectotypifications of Cassia occidentalis L.(Caesalpiniaceae). Phytologia71: 453-455.
  166. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Lectotypifications in HydrastisL. and Warneria P. Miller (Hydrastidaceae). Phytologia 71: 462-467.
  167. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Typification of Nyssa aquatica L. (Nyssaceae). Phytologia 71: 468-471.
  168. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Typification of Panax quinquefoliumL. (Araliaceae). Phytologia 71: 472-474.
  169. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Typification of Phlox glaberrimaL. (Polemoniaceae). Phytologia 71: 475-478.
  170. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Typification of the Linnaean species of Tiarella (Saxifragaceae). Phytologia71: 479-482.
  171. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Nine proposals relating to Cassia Linnaeus (Caesalpinaceae). Taxon 41:131-140.
  172. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Proposal to conserve the type of Gerardia flava Linnaeus (Scrophulariaceae). Taxon41: 143-144.
  173. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Proposal to conserve 7759 Crescentia (Bignoniaceae) with a conserved type. Taxon41: 145-148.
  174. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Proposal to conserve the name Hieracium gronovii (Asteraceae) with a conserved type. Taxon41: 149-150.
  175. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Proposal to amend Art. 32 to disregard autonymic new combinations. Taxon 41: 158.
  176. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Comments on the typification of Linnaean species of Trillium with designation of a lectotype for T. erectum (Trilliaceae). Phytologia 72: 1-4.
  177. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Typification of the Linnaean species of Zizania (Poaceae). Phytologia 72: 5-8.
  178. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Uvularia perfoliata L. (Uvulariaceae). Taxon 41: 586-587.
  179. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Galax aphylla L. on a specimen of Nemophila (Hydrophyllaceae). Taxon 41: 592-594.
  180. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Validation of subclass and superordinal names in Magnoliophyta. Novon 2: 235-237.
  181. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Validation of ordinal names of extant vascular plants. Novon 2: 238-240.
  182. Reveal, J.L. 1992. Lectotypification of the types of Eriogonum A. Michx. and Chorizanthe R.Br. ex Benth. (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 73: 345-347.
  183. Reveal, J.L. 1992. A celebration in memory of Hugh Jones: Third minister of Christ Church Parish and Maryland's first naturalist. Port Republic, Maryland: Christ Church Parish.
  184. Reveal, J.L. & F.R. Barrie. 1992. On the identity of Hedysarum violaceum Linnaeus (Fabaceae). Phytologia71: 456-461.
  185. Reveal, J.L. & F.R. Barrie. 1992. Matelea suberosa (L.) Shinners-Once again. Bartonia 57: 36-38.
  186. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1992. [Family nomenclature for] "Part 2. Families and genera alphabetically in major groups", p. 461-751. In: R.K. Brummitt (comp.), Vascular plant families and genera. Royal Botanic Garden, Kew.
  187. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1992. Proposals to conserve eight family names of spermatophyta. Taxon 41: 116-121.
  188. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1992. Proposals to modify entries in Appendix IIB of the Code. Taxon 41: 122-125.
  189. Reveal, J.L., R. D. Hoogland & H. Robinson. 1992. Proposal to conserve Ephemeraceae (Bryophyta). Taxon 41: 115
  190. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis, F.R. Barrie & B.E. Dutton.1992. On the typification of the North American species of Anemone (Ranunculaceae) proposed by Linnaeus. Bartonia 57: 28-31.
  191. Wen, J. & J.L. Reveal. 1992. On the typification of the Linnaean species of Aralia (Araliaceae).Taxon 41: 69-75.
  192. Barrie, F.R., J.L. Reveal & C.E. Jarvis. 1991. Proposals to permit the designation of a discriminating element to allow the precise interpretation of an ambiguous type. Taxon 40: 667-668.
  193. Barrie, F.R., J.L. Reveal, C.E. Jarvis & A. Gentry. 1991. On the typification of Bignonia crucigera L. (Bignoniaceae). Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 78: 264-265.
  194. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Proposal to amend Art. 69. Taxon 40: 142.
  195. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Two previously unnoticed sources of generic names published by John Hill in 1753 and 1754-1755. Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. ser. 4, B Adansonia 13: 197-239.
  196. Reveal, J.L. 1991. On the lectotypification of Aster infirmus Michx. (Asteraceae). Phytologia 70: 234-235.
  197. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Botanical explorations in the American West - 1889-1989: An essay on the last century of a floristic frontier. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 78: 65-80.
  198. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Typification of six temperate North American names of Toxicodendron proposed by Philip Miller with proposals (999, 1000) to reject T. crenatum and T. volubilis. Taxon 40: 333-335.
  199. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Rhus hirta (L.) Sudworth, a newly revived correct name for Rhus typhina L. (Anacardiaceae). Taxon 40: 489-492.
  200. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Erigeron carolinianum Linnaeus (1753), an earlier name for Euthamia (Solidago) tenuifolia (Pursh, 1814) E. Greene (Asteraceae). Taxon 40: 505-508.
  201. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Proposal to conserve the type of Gnaphalium plantaginifolium Linnaeus (Asteraceae). Taxon 40: 658-660.
  202. Reveal, J.L. 1991. Baltimora: The curious tale of how a flowering plant from Mexico was named for the Maryland city of Baltimore. Calvert Hist. 5(1): 1-6.
  203. Reveal, J.L., F.R. Barrie & C.E. Jarvis. 1991. Proposal to conserve 9124 Baltimora (Asteraceae) with a conserved type. Taxon 40: 336-338.
  204. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1991. "Protected plant family names - a new list for consideration," p. 243-249. In: D.L. Hawksworth (ed.), Improving the stability of names: Needs and options. Koeltz Scientific Books, Königstein/Taunus, Germany.
  205. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1991. Validation of three family names in the Magnoliophyta. Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. ser. 4, B Adansonia 13: 91-93.
  206. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1991. Conservation proposals for three generic names of Magnoliophyta. Taxon 40: 650-652.
  207. Reveal, J.L., E.E. Terrell, J.H. Wiersema & H. Scholz. 1991. Proposal to reject Festuca elatior L. with comments on the typification of F. pratensis and F. arundinacea (Poaceae). Taxon 40: 135-137.
  208. Wiersema, J.H. & J.L. Reveal. 1991. Proposals (1002-1003) to reject two 1788 Thomas Walter names of American waterlilies (Nymphaeaceae). Taxon 40: 509-516.
  209. Cunliffe-Lister, L., J.L. Reveal, C.E. Jarvis & F.R. Barrie. 1990. On the lectotypification of Erythronium americanum Ker (Liliaceae). Bartonia 55: 13-14.
  210. Reveal, J.L. 1990. The neotypification of Lemna minuta Humb., Bonpl. & Kunth, an earlier name for Lemna minuscula Herter (Lemnaceae). Taxon 39: 328-330.
  211. Reveal, J.L. 1990. Proposal to reject the name Cenchrus carolinianus Walter (Poaceae). Taxon 39: 353-355.
  212. Reveal, J.L. 1990. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Carpinus virginiana P. Miller (Fagaceae), the basionym of Ostrya virginiana (P. Miller) K. Koch. Taxon 39: 357-359.
  213. Reveal, J.L. 1990. Solander, Dryander or Aiton: Who is the author of Clematis ochroleuca and what is its type? Bartonia 56: 20-22.
  214. Reveal, J.L. 1990. Minor new combinations in Toxicodendron (Anacardiaceae). Phytologia 69: 275.
  215. Reveal, J.L. 1990. On the lectotypification of Evonymus atropurpurea (Celastraceae). Phytologia 69: 343-345.
  216. Reveal, J.L., F.R. Barrie & C.E. Jarvis. 1990. On the typification of Bidens nivea L. (Asteraceae). Bartonia 56: 19.
  217. Reveal, J.L., F.R. Barrie, C.E. Jarvis & N.C. Morin. 1990. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Campanula americana L. (Campanulaceae). Taxon 39: 696-698.
  218. Reveal, J.L. & C.R. Broome. 1990. Joseph E. Harned, Allegheny botanist. Bartonia 56: 38-48.
  219. Reveal, J.L. & R.D. Hoogland. 1990. Validation of five family names in the Magnoliophyta. Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. ser. 4, B Adansonia 12: 205-208.
  220. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis & F.R. Barrie. 1990. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Arum triphyllum L. (Araceae). Taxon 39: 355-357.
  221. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis & F.R. Barrie. 1990. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Cuscuta americana L. (Cuscutaceae). Taxon 39: 360-361.
  222. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis & F.R. Barrie. 1990. Proposal to conserve the name and type of Acalypha virginica L. (Euphorbiaceae). Taxon 39: 361-363.
  223. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis & F.R. Barrie. 1990. The neotypification of Arum dracontium L. (Araceae). Bartonia 56: 15-16.
  224. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis & F.R. Barrie. 1990. On the typification of Bignonia catalpa L. (Bignoniaceae). Bartonia 56: 17-18.
  225. Cronquist, A., A.H. Holmgren, N.H. Holmgren, J.L. Reveal & P.K. Holmgren. 1989. Intermountain flora: The vascular flora of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. Volume 3, part B. Fabales by R.C. Barneby. New York: New York Botanical Garden. 279 pp.
  226. Reveal, J.L., C.E. Jarvis & E.E. Terrell. 1989. Typification of sugarcane, Saccharum officinarum L. (Poaceae). Taxon 38: 95-97.
  227. Reveal, J.L. 1989. Proposals to conserve the names and types of three North American Linnaean species. Taxon 38: 515-519.
  228. Reveal, J.L. 1989. A new species of Chorizanthe (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae) from Baja California Norte, Mexico. Phytologia 66: 95-97.
  229. Reveal, J.L. 1989. Notes on selected genera related to Chorizanthe (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 199-220.
  230. Reveal, J.L. 1989. A review of the genus Harfordia (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 221-227.
  231. Reveal, J.L. 1989. Remarks on the genus Pterostegia (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 228-235.
  232. Reveal, J.L. 1989. Notes on selected genera related to Eriogonum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 236-245.
  233. Reveal, J.L. 1989. New combinations and species in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 251-265.
  234. Reveal, J.L. 1989. A checklist of the Eriogonoideae (Polygonaceae). Phytologia 66: 266-294.
  235. Reveal, J.L. 1989. The eriogonoid flora of California (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 295-414.
  236. Reveal, J.L. 1989. On the recent death of David Douglas (1798-1834). Madroño 36: 137-140.
  237. Reveal, J.L. & C.B. Hardham. 1989. Three new monospecific genera of Polygonaceae subfamily Eriogonoideae from California. Phytologia 66: 83-88.
  238. Reveal, J.L. & C.B. Hardham. 1989. A revision of the annual species of Chorizanthe (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae). Phytologia 66: 98-198.
  239. Reveal, J.L. & M.C. Johnston. 1989. A new combination in Phoradendron (Viscaceae). Taxon 38: 107-108.
  240. Reveal, J.L. & R. Morgan. 1989. A new combination of Chorizanthe robusta C. Parry (Polygonaceae: Eriogonoideae) from California. Phytologia 67: 357-360.
  241. Reveal, J.L. & D.H. Nicolson. 1989. Proposal to correct the typification of Iresine P. Browne, nom. cons. (Amaranthaceae). Taxon 38: 503-505.
  242. Reveal, J.L. & J.R. Shevock. 1989. A new variety of Eriogonum prattenianum (Polygonaceae Eriogonoideae) from the southern Sierra Nevada. Phytologia 66: 249-250.
  243. Reveal, J.L., J.C. Stebbins & J.M. Clines. 1989. A new variety of Eriogonum nudum (Polygonaceae Eriogonoideae) from the southern Sierra Nevada. Phytologia 66: 246-248.
  244. Shield, O. & J.L. Reveal. 1988. Sequential evolution of Eupholotes (Lycaenidae: Scolitantidini) on their plant host Eriogonum (Polygonaceae Eriogonoideae). J. Linn. Soc., Biol. 33: 51-93.
  245. Broome, C.R., G.F. Frick, M.L. Brown & J.L. Reveal. 1987. A 1698 Maryland florula by the London apothecary James Petiver, ca. 1663-1718. Huntia 7: 61-90.
  246. Brown, M.L., J.L. Reveal, C.R. Broome & G.F. Frick. 1987. Aspects of the ecological and vegetational history of colonial Maryland. Huntia 7: 247-283.
  247. Frick, G.F., J.L. Reveal, C.R. Broome & M.L. Brown. 1987. Botanical explorations and discoveries in colonial Maryland, 1688-1753. Huntia 7: 5-59.
  248. Frick, G.F., J.L. Reveal, C.R. Broome & M.L. Brown. 1987. The practice of Dr. Andrew Scott of Maryland and North Carolina. Maryland Hist. Mag. 82: 123-141.
  249. Reveal, J.L. 1987. "Eriogonum," p. 405-409. In: W.A. Weber, Colorado flora: Western slope. University of Colorado Press, Boulder.
  250. Reveal, J.L. 1987. [Review of] Marcus E. Jones by Lee W. Lenz. Syst. Bot. 12: 336-337.
  251. Reveal, J.L., C.R. Broome, M.L. Brown & G.F. Frick. 1987. The identification of pre-1753 polynomials and collections of vascular plants from the British colony of Maryland. Huntia 7: 91-208.
  252. Reveal, J.L., C.R. Broome, M.L. Brown & G.F. Frick. 1987. On the identity of Maryland plants mentioned in the first two editions of Linnaeus' Species plantarum. Huntia 7: 209-245.
  253. Reveal, J.L., G.F. Frick, C.R. Broome & M.L. Brown. 1987. Botanical explorations and discoveries in colonial Maryland: An introduction. Huntia 7: 1-3.
  254. Reveal, J.L. 1986. Additional comments on Linnaean types of eastern North American plants. J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 92: 161-176.
  255. Reveal, J.L. 1986. Comments on early maps of Calvert County in Papenfuse and Coale's 'Atlas of historic maps of Maryland, 1608-1908': A summary. Part II: The early war years, 1776-1814. Calvert Hist. 2(1): 1-21.
  256. Simpson, B.B. & J.L. Reveal. 1986. Section of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. Intern. Union Biol. Sci., Ser. A (Gen.) 22: 113-116.
  257. Waldhorn, R.E., A. Pollack & J.L. Reveal. 1986. Burr-ronchitis: A hazard of dirt bike-riding. New England J. Medicine 314: 390.
  258. Reveal, J.L. 1985. Colonial Maryland plants in D.C. Solander's "Descriptions of plants from various parts of the world" - An unpublished 1767 manuscript. Bartonia 51: 80-92.
  259. Reveal, J.L. 1985. New Nevada entities and combinations in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 45: 276-280.
  260. Reveal, J.L. 1985. Types of Nevada buckwheats (Eriogonum: Polygonaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 45: 488-492.
  261. Reveal, J.L. 1985. An annotated key to Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) of Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 45: 493-519.
  262. Reveal, J.L. 1985. Comments on early maps of Calvert County in Papenfuse and Coale's 'Atlas of historic maps of Maryland, 1608-1908': A summary. Part I: The colonial years, 1608-1776. Calvert Hist. 1(3): 1-17.
  263. Reveal, J.L. 1985. [Review of] Williams, R.L., Aven Nelson of Wyoming. Taxon34: 175-176.
  264. Reveal, J.L. 1985. [Review of] Brown, M.L. and R.G. Brown, Herbaceous plants of Maryland. Taxon 34: 554-555.
  265. Reveal, J.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1985. The missing Frémont cannon - An ecological solution? Madroño 32: 106-117.
  266. Cronquist, A., A.H. Holmgren, N.H. Holmgren, J.L. Reveal & P.K. Holmgren. 1984. Intermountain flora: The vascular flora of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. Volume 4. New York: New York Botanical Garden. 573 pp.
  267. Reveal, J.L. 1984. Hugh Jones (1671-1702) - Calvert County Naturalist. Calvert Hist. 1(2): 1-11.
  268. Reveal, J.L. 1984. [Review of] Agaves of continental North America. Econ. Bot. 38: 139-143.
  269. Reveal, J.L. 1984. [Review of] Duke, James A., Medicinal plants of the Bible. Taxon 33: 781-782.
  270. Reveal, J.L. 1984. [Review of] Hartwell, Jonathan L., Plants used against cancer. A survey. Taxon 33: 784.
  271. Baum, V.M., J.L. Reveal & J.W. Nowicke. 1983. Pulchranthus (Acanthaceae), a new genus from northern South America. Syst. Bot. 8: 211-220.
  272. Broome, C.R., E.E. Terrell & J.L. Reveal. 1983. Proposal to conserve Lycopersicon esculentum Miller as the scientific name of tomato. Rept. Tomato Genetics Coop. 33: 55-56.
  273. Bodkin, N.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1983. A new population of Trillium pusillum var. monticulum Bodkin and Reveal (Liliaceae). Castanea 48: 155-157.
  274. Reveal, J.L. 1983. The Demoulin Rule and newly mandated combinations in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae). Taxon 32: 292-295.
  275. Reveal, J.L. 1983. The need for an index to infra-taxonomic entities. Taxon 32: 622.
  276. Reveal, J.L. 1983. Proposal to conserve 9157 Heliopsis Persoon (1807) with the conserved type Buphthalmum helianthoides L. (Asteraceae). Taxon 32: 653-654.
  277. Reveal, J.L. & H.G. Bedell. 1983. Add the rank superorder denoted by -anae. Taxon 32: 661-662.
  278. Reveal, J.L. & K.M. Peterson. 1983. Biosystematics and evolutionary studies of Salvia subgenus Calosphace. Res. Rept. Natl. Geogr. Soc. 15: 557-564.
  279. Terrell, E.E., C.R. Broome & J.L. Reveal. 1983. Proposal to conserve the name of the tomato as Lycopersicon esculentum P. Miller and reject the combination Lycopersicon lycopersicum (L.) Karsten (Solanaceae). Taxon 32: 310-314.
  280. Baum, V.M. & J.L. Reveal. 1982. A new proposal to conserve 8037 Odontonema (Acanthaceae). Taxon 31: 757-759.
  281. Bedell, H.G. & J.L. Reveal. 1982. An outline and index to Takhtajan's 1980 classification of flowering plants. Taxon 31: 211-232.
  282. Bodkin, N.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1982. A new variety of Trillium pusillum (Liliaceae) from the Virginias. Brittonia 34: 141-143.
  283. Reveal, J.L. 1982. "Centrostegia," 1: 93, 2: 88; "Chorizanthe," 1: 93-94, 2: 97-98; "Dedeckera," 1: 94, 2: 132; "Eriogonum," 1: 94-98, 2: 159-164; "Gilmania," 1: 98, 2: 189; "Goodmania," 1: 98, 2: 192; "Lastarriaea," 1: 98, 2: 232; "Mucronea," 1: 98, 2: 270; "Nemacaulis," 1: 98, 2: 274; "Oxytheca," 1: 98, 2: 290; "Pterostegia," 1: 99, 2: 388; "Stenogonum," 1: 100, 2: 398. In: Anonymous, National list of scientific plant names. Volume 1. List of plant names. Volume 2. Synonymy. Soil Conservation Service, SCS-TP-159. Washington, D.C.: United States Printing Office.
  284. Bedell, H.G. & J.L. Reveal. 1982. Amended outlines and indices for six recently published systems of angiosperm classification. Phytologia 51: 65-156.
  285. Bedell, H.G. & J.L. Reveal. 1982. A synoptical review of a revised classification of Liliopsida (Magnoliophyta) as proposed by Dahlgren and Clifford. Phytologia 52: 179-183.
  286. Bedell, H.G. & J.L. Reveal. 1982. An outline and index to Takhtajan's 1980 classification of flowering plants. Taxon 31: 211-232.
  287. Reveal, J.L. 1982. [Review of] A flora of New Mexico. Quart. Rev. Biol. 57: 334.
  288. Reveal, J.L. & C.R. Broome. 1982. Comments on Maryland's proposed endangered and threatened vascular plants. Castanea 47: 191-200.
  289. Reveal, J.L., C.R. Broome, M.L. Brown & G.F. Frick. 1982. Comments on the typification of two Linnaean species of Phlox (Polemoniaceae). Taxon 31: 733-736.
  290. Reveal, J.L. & S.R. Hill. 1982. The Norton-Brown Herbarium. Taxon 31: 609-610.
  291. Henifin, M.S., L.E. Morse, J.L. Reveal, B. Macbyrde & J.I. Lawyer. 1981. "Guidelines for the preparation of status reports on rare or endangered plant species," pp. 261-282. In: L.E. Morse & M.S. Henifin (eds.), Rare plant conservation: Geographical data organization. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  292. Reveal, J.L. 1981. "The concepts of rarity and population threats in plant communities," pp. 41-47. In: L.E. Morse & M.S. Henifin (eds.), Rare plant conservation: Geographical data organization. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  293. Reveal, J.L. 1981. Eriogonum libertini (Polygonaceae), a new species from northern California. Madroño 28: 163-166.
  294. Reveal, J.L. 1981. Eriogonum divaricatum Hook. (Polygonaceae), an intermountain species in Argentina. Great Basin Naturalist 41: 143-146.
  295. Reveal, J.L. 1981. A new pulvinate Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from Utah. Great Basin Naturalist 41: 229-231.
  296. Reveal, J.L. 1981. Notes on endangered buckwheats (Eriogonum: Polygonaceae) with three newly described from the western United States. Brittonia 33: 441-448.
  297. Reveal, J.L. 1981. [Review of] Flora of the central Wasatch Front, Utah. Taxon 30: 544-545.
  298. Reveal, J.L. 1981. [Review of] Quaternary palaeoecology. Taxon 30: 545-546.
  299. Reveal, J.L. 1981. [Review of] Ancient woodland, its history, vegetation and uses in England. Taxon 30: 551.
  300. Reveal, J.L. 1981. [Review of] A biologist's guide to plant taxonomy and biosystematics. Taxon 30: 551-552.
  301. Reveal, J.L. 1981. [Review of] Inventorum natura. Taxon 30: 554-555.
  302. Reveal, J.L. & C.R. Broome. 1981. Minor nomenclatural and distributional notes on Maryland vascular plants with comments on the state's proposed endangered and threatened species. Castanea 46: 50-82.
  303. Reveal, J.L. & C.S. Keener. 1981. Virgulus Raf. (1837), an earlier name for Lasallea Greene (1903) (Asteraceae). Taxon 30: 648-651.
  304. Scudder, G.G.E. & J.L. Reveal (eds.). 1981. Evolution today, proceedings of the Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. Pittsburgh: Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. 486 pp.
  305. Scudder, G.G.E. & J.L. Reveal. 1981. "List of registered participants," pp. 464-484. In: G.G.E. Scudder & J.L. Reveal (eds.), Evolution today, proceedings of the Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. Pittsburgh: Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation.
  306. Strachan, J.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1981. On the typification of Salvia dorrii (Lamiaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 41: 198-200.
  307. Baum, V.A. & J.L. Reveal. 1980. Proposal to conserve Odontonema Nees ex Kuntze (1891) (Acanthaceae) with the type species Justicia bracteolata Jacq. against Odontonema Nees ex Endlicher (1842) with the type species Justicia lucida Andr. Taxon 29: 334-337.
  308. Hayden, W.J. & J.L. Reveal. 1980. Proposal for the conservation of the generic name Picrodendron Grisebach (1859) against Picrodendron Planchon (1846) (Euphorbiaceae). Taxon 29: 507-511.
  309. Reveal, J.L. 1980. "Eriogonum. Wild buckwheat," pp. 158-168. In: I.L. Wiggins, Flora of Baja California. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  310. Reveal, J.L. 1980. "Centrostegia," pp. 364; "Chorizanthe," pp. 364-365; "Dedeckera," pp. 365; "Eriogonum," pp. 365-370; "Gilmania," pp. 371; "Hollisteria," pp. 371; "Lastarriaea," pp. 371; "Mucronea," pp. 371; "Nemacaulis," pp. 371; "Oxytheca," pp. 371; "Pterostegia," pp. 374; "Stenogonum" pp. 375. In: J.T. Kartesz & R. Kartesz (eds.), A synonymized checklist of the vascular flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  311. Reveal, J.L. 1980. The genus Eriogonum Michx. (Polygonaceae) and Michel Gandoger. Great Basin Naturalist 40: 143-148.
  312. Reveal, J.L. 1980. Intermountain biogeography - a speculative appraisal. Mentzelia 4: 1-92.
  313. Reveal, J.L. 1980. Fate of the Jones collections. Calvert Independent 29 Oct and 5 Nov.
  314. Reveal, J.L. 1980. Colonial naturalists. Soc. Nat. Hist. Delaware 1980: 1, 3.
  315. Reveal, J.L. & C.R. Broome. 1980. Autonyms and new confusion in the International Code. Taxon 29: 495-498.
  316. Reveal, J.L. & B.J. Ertter. 1980.The genus Nemacaulis (Polygonaceae). Madroño 27: 101-109.
  317. Reveal, J.L. & B.J. Ertter. 1980. Noteworthy collections. Madroño 27: 141-143.
  318. Reveal, J.L. & J.L. Strachan. 1980. Proposal for the conservation of the generic name Cunila D. Royen ex L. (1759) against Cunila L. ex P. Miller (1754) (Lamiaceae). Taxon 29: 332-334.
  319. Broome, C.R., J.L. Reveal, A.O. Tucker & N.H. Dill. 1979. Rare and endangered vascular plants of Maryland. Newton Corner, MA: United States Fish and Wildlife Service. 63 pp.
  320. Reveal, J.L. 1979. The evolutionary significance of endangered plant populations. U.S. House of Representatives, Fisheries and Wildlife Conserv. Ser. 96-12: 352-356.
  321. Reveal, J.L. 1979. In search of plants, 1836 style. N. Nevada Native Pl. Soc. Newsletter 5(1): 4-5.
  322. Reveal, J.L. & C.R. Broome. 1979. Plant rarity: Real and imagined. Nature Conservancy News 29(2): 4-8.
  323. Reveal, J.L. & A.H. Reveal. 1979. Who was Redding of Oxytheca reddingianum M.E. Jones? Madroño 26: 103-104.
  324. Reveal, J.L. & G.G.E. Scudder. 1979. The Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. Taxon 28: 287-288.
  325. Harper, K.T. & J.L. Reveal (eds.). 1978. Intermountain biogeography: A symposium. Great Basin Naturalist Memoirs No. 2. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press. 268 pp.
  326. Reveal, J.L. 1978. "Eriogonum," pp. 11-13. In: S.G. Shetler & L.E. Skog (eds.), A provisional checklist of species for Flora North America (revised). Monographs in systematic botany, volume 1. St. Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden.
  327. Reveal, J.L. 1978. "Eriogonum," pp. 88-89, 118-119. In: E.S. Ayensu & R.A. DeFilipps (eds.), Endangered and threatened plants of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution and World Wildlife Fund, Inc.
  328. Reveal, J.L. 1978. "Utah," pp. 187-192. In: E.S. Ayensu & R.A. DeFilipps (eds.), Endangered and threatened plants of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution and World Wildlife Fund, Inc.
  329. Reveal, J.L. 1978. "Distribution and phylogeny of Eriogonoideae (Polygonaceae)," pp. 169-190. In: K.T. Harper & J.L. Reveal (eds.), Intermountain biogeography: A symposium. Great Basin Naturalist Memoirs, No. 2. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press.
  330. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Combinations in the genus Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) not properly proposed by Munz in "A Flora of Southern California." Madroño 25: 60-61.
  331. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Eriogonum argophyllum Reveal. Mentzelia 3: 5.
  332. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Centaurium namophilum Reveal, Broome, and Beatley. Mentzelia 3: 16-17.
  333. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Astragalus phoenix Barneby. Mentzelia 3: 27.
  334. Reveal, J.L. 1978. From our nation's capitol - with understanding. Mentzelia 3: 28-30.
  335. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Mentzelia leucophylla Brandegee. Mentzelia 3: 31.
  336. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Statement of James L. Reveal, associate professor of botany, University of Maryland, College Park, representing the American Society of Plant Taxonomists and the Botanical Society of America. Endangered Species - Part I. U.S. House of Representatives, Fish and Wildlife Conserv. Ser. 95-39: 326-396.
  337. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Historical and present research activities relating to threatened and endangered plants in Nevada. N. Nevada Native Pl. Soc. Newsletter 4(3): 6-9.
  338. Reveal, J.L. 1978. Significance of pre-1753 botanical explorations in temperate North America on Linnaeus' first edition of Species plantarum. Phytologia 53: 1-96.
  339. Welsh, S.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1978. Utah flora: Brassicaceae (Cruciferae). Great Basin Naturalist 37: 279-365.
  340. Broome, C.R., J.L. Reveal & K.M. Peterson. 1977. Exploring the green frontier. Univ. Maryland Grad. School Chronicle 10(4): 3-6.
  341. Cronquist, A., A.H. Holmgren, N.H. Holmgren, J.L. Reveal & P.K. Holmgren. 1977. Intermountain flora: The vascular flora of the Intermountain West, U.S.A Volume 6. New York: Columbia University Press. 584 pp.
  342. Ertter, B.J. & J.L. Reveal. 1977. A new species of Ivesia (Rosaceae) from southeastern Oregon. Madroño 24: 224-227.
  343. Hess, W.J. & J.L. Reveal. 1977. A revision of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) subgenus Pterogonum. Great Basin Naturalist 36: 281-333.
  344. Reveal, J.L. 1977. "The western United States," pp. 50-59. In: G.T. Prance & T.S. Elias (eds.), Extinction is forever. New York: New York Botanical Garden.
  345. Reveal, J.L. 1977. Really, who gives a damn? Phytologia 35: 373-384.
  346. Reveal, J.L. & B.J. Ertter. 1977. Goodmania (Polygonaceae), a new genus from California. Brittonia 28: 427-429.
  347. Reveal, J.L. & B.J. Ertter. 1977. Re-establishment of Stenogonum (Polygonaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 36: 272-280.
  348. Reveal, J.L. & R. Moran. 1977. Miscellaneous chromosome counts of western American plants - IV. Madroño 24: 227-235.
  349. Stibolt, V.M., C.R. Broome & J.L. Reveal. 1977. Alnus maritima Muhl. ex Nutt., not Alnus metoporina Furlow. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 64: 373-374.
  350. Reveal, J.L. 1976. Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) of Arizona and New Mexico. Phytologia 34: 409-484.
  351. Reveal, J.L. & J.T. Howell. 1976. Dedeckera (Polygonaceae), a new genus from California. Brittonia 28: 245-251.
  352. Reveal, J.L. & M.J. Seldin. 1976. On the identity of Halesia carolina L. (Styracaceae). Taxon 25: 123-140.
  353. Reveal, J.L. & R. Spellenberg. 1976. Miscellaneous chromosome counts of western American plants - III. Rhodora 78: 37-52.
  354. Welsh, S.L., N.D. Atwood & J.L. Reveal. 1976. Endangered, threatened, extinct, endemic, and rare or restricted Utah vascular plants. Great Basin Naturalist 35: 327-376.
  355. Reveal, J.L. 1975. A new combination in Penstemon (Scrophulariaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 34: 311.
  356. Reveal, J.L. 1975. Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) novelties from Baja California, Mexico. Brittonia 28: 337-340.
  357. Reveal, J.L. & J. Henrickson. 1975. A new variety of Eriogonum ericifolium (Polygonaceae). Madroño 23: 205-209.
  358. Reveal, J.L. 1974. Two shrubby novelties in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from the deserts of Utah and Arizona. Brittonia 26: 90-94.
  359. Reveal, J.L. 1974. A new subfruticose Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from northern Mexico. Sida 5: 265-267.
  360. Reveal, J.L. 1974. Two new varieties of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from the Intermountain Region. Great Basin Naturalist 34: 245-246.
  361. Reveal, J.L. 1974. A new problem: Legal marihuana. Congressional Record 120: H10526-H10527.
  362. Reveal, J.L. 1974. [Review of] The genus Lesquerella (Cruciferae) in North America. Madroño 22: 314-315.
  363. Reveal, J.L. & J.C. Beattley. 1974. A new variety of Penstemon thurberi (Scrophulariaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 34: 230.
  364. Reveal, J.L., C.R. Broome & J.C. Beattley. 1974. A new Centaurium (Gentianaceae) from the Death Valley region of Nevada and California. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 100: 353-356.
  365. Reveal, J.L. & E.L. Styer. 1974. Miscellaneous chromosome counts of western American plants - I. Southw. Naturalist 18: 397-402.
  366. Haynes, R.R. & J.L. Reveal. 1973.A re-evaluation of Potamogeton fibrillosus Fern. (Potamogetonaceae). Rhodora 75: 75-77.
  367. Reveal, J.L. 1973. "Isoetaceae, Selaginellaceae and Equisetaceae," pp. 3-4. In: S.L. Welsh & G. Moore, Utah plants, Tracheophyta. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press.
  368. Reveal, J.L. 1973. "Townsendia," pp. 133-135. In: S.L. Welsh & G. Moore, Utah plants, Tracheophyta. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press.
  369. Reveal, J.L. 1973. "Eriogonum," pp. 254-275. In: S.L. Welsh & G. Moore, Utah plants, Tracheophyta. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press.
  370. Reveal, J.L. 1973. "Eriogonum," pp. 71-79. In: R.M. Lloyd & R.S. Mitchell, Plants of the White Mountains, California and Nevada. Rev. Edit. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  371. Reveal, J.L. 1973. "Eriogonum," pp. 79-84. In: C.L. Hitchcock & A. Cronquist, Flora of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
  372. Reveal, J.L. 1973. Comments on two names in an early Utah flora. Great Basin Naturalist 32: 221-222.
  373. Reveal, J.L. 1973. A new subfruticose Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from Colorado. Great Basin Naturalist 33: 120-122.
  374. Reveal, J.L. 1973. Statement of James L. Reveal, assistant professor of botany, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. U.S. House of Representatives, Fish and Wildlife Miscell. Part 2. 93-18: 406-416.
  375. Reveal, J.L. 1973. Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) of Utah. Phytologia 25: 169-217.
  376. Reveal, J.L. & W.J. Hess. 1973. A new species of Gibasis (Commelinaceae) from northern Mexico. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 99: 243-245.
  377. Reveal, J.L. & R.M. King. 1973. Re-establishment of Acourtia D. Don (Asteraceae). Phytologia 27: 228-232.
  378. Reveal, J.L. & E.L. Styer. 1973. Miscellaneous chromosome counts of western American plants - II. Great Basin Naturalist 33: 19-25.
  379. Brown, R.G. & J.L. Reveal. 1972. Vascular plants of the Chesapeake Bay. Chesapeake Sci. 13: S94-S96.
  380. Cronquist, A., A.H. Holmgren, N.H. Holmgren & J.L. Reveal. 1972. Intermountain flora: The vascular flora of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. Volume 1. New York: Hafner Publ. Co. 270 pp.
  381. Reveal, J.L. 1972. Descriptions of new species and combinations in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae). Phytologia 23: 163-178.
  382. Reveal, J.L. 1972. Letter. Sci. Amer. 226(1): 6.
  383. Reveal, J.L. 1972. Ilex rushforthii, a new name. Great Basin Naturalist 31: 189.
  384. Reveal, J.L. 1972. Two new species of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from California and adjacent states. Aliso 7: 415-519.
  385. Reveal, J.L. 1972. Five new varieties of Eriogonum (Polygonaceae). Great Basin Naturalist 32: 113-116.
  386. Reveal, J.L. 1972. The First International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology. Taxon 21: 491-493.
  387. Reveal, J.L. & J.C. Beattley. 1972. A new Penstemon (Scrophulariaceae) and Grindelia (Asteraceae) from southern Nye County, Nevada. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 98: 332-335.
  388. Reveal, J.L. & L.C. Constance. 1972. A new Phacelia (Hydrophyllaceae) from southern Nevada. Brittonia 24: 199-201.
  389. Reveal, J.L. & W.J. Hess. 1972. A new variety of Salvia betuliifolia (Labiatae). Phytologia 24: 378-379.
  390. Reveal, J.L. & W.J. Hess. 1972. A new combination in Lamouroxia (Scrophulariaceae). Phytologia 25: 105-106.
  391. Reveal, J.L. & W.J. Hess. 1972. Variation within Calochortus venustulus (Liliaceae). Rhodora 74: 350-351.
  392. Reveal, J.L. & N.H. Holmgren. 1972. Ceratoides, an older generic name for Krascheninnikovia and Eurotia. Taxon 21: 209.
  393. Barneby, R.C. & J.L. Reveal. 1971. A new species of Lathyrus (Fabaceae) from the Death Valley region of California and Nevada. Aliso 7: 361-364.
  394. Krauss, R.W., R.G. Brown, R.D. Rappleye, A.B. Owens, C. Shearer, E. Hsiao & J.L. Reveal. 1971. Check list of plant species of the Chesapeake Bay occurring within the hightide limits of the bay and its tributaries. Univ. Maryland Dept. Bot. Techn. Bull. 2002: unpaged.
  395. Reveal, J.L. 1971. A new combination in Tofieldia glutinosa (Liliaceae). Rhodora 73: 53-55.
  396. Reveal, J.L. 1971. A new Frasera from southern Nevada (Gentianaceae). Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 98: 107-108.
  397. Reveal, J.L. 1971. A new annual Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) from southern Nevada and adjacent California. Aliso 7: 357-360.
  398. Reveal, J.L. 1971. Notes on Eriogonum - VI. A revision of the Eriogonum microthecum complex (Polygonaceae). Brigham Young Univ. Sci. Bull., Biol. Ser. 13(1): 1-45.
  399. Reveal, J.L. 1971. Pupfish National Monument will preserve unique plant species. Congressional Record 117: S16172-S16173.
  400. Reveal, J.L. 1971. [Review of] Plant variation and evolution. Econ. Bot. 24: 479.
  401. Reveal, J.L. 1970. "Eriogonum," pp. 510-516. In: D.S. Correll & M.C. Johnston, Manual of the vascular plants of Texas. Renner, Texas: Texas Research Foundation.
  402. Reveal, J.L. 1970. A revision of the Utah species of Townsendia (Compositae). Great Basin Naturalist 30: 23-52.
  403. Reveal, J.L. 1970. Additional notes on the California buckwheats (Eriogonum, Polygonaceae). Aliso 7: 217-230.
  404. Reveal, J.L. 1970. Machaeranthera ammophila (Compositae, Asteraceae), a new species from southern Nevada. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 97: 171-173.
  405. Reveal, J.L. 1970. Comments on Lesquerella hitchcockii. Great Basin Naturalist 30: 94-98.
  406. Reveal, J.L. 1970. Sparganium simplex Huds., a superfluous name. Taxon 19: 796-797.
  407. Reveal, J.L. & L.R. Hafen. 1970. "Scientific explorations and surveys," pp. 379-394. In: L.R. Hafen, W.E. Hollon & C.C. Rister, Western America. 3rd edit. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.
  408. Tidwell, W.D., S.R. Rushforth, J.L. Reveal & H. Behunin. 1970. Palmoxylon simperi and Palmoxylon prinstina: Two pre-Cretaceous angiosperms from Utah. Science 168: 835-840.
  409. Reveal, J.L. 1969. "Eriogonum," pp. 859-860. In: C.L. Hitchcock, A. Cronquist, M. Ownbey & J.W. Thompson, Vascular plants of the Pacific Northwest. Part 1. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
  410. Reveal, J.L. 1969. "The subgeneric concept in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)," pp. 229-249. In: J. Gunckel (ed.), Current topics in plant science. New York: Academic Press.
  411. Reveal, J.L. 1969. New species of Eriogonum from Utah. Madroño 19: 289-300.
  412. Reveal, J.L. 1969. New species in Eriogonum and Gilia from southern Nevada. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 96: 476-484.
  413. Reveal, J.L. 1969. Wislouchiella planctonica Skvortz. (Chlorophyta, Volvocales), a new algal record for Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 29: 43.
  414. Reveal, J.L. 1969. A new perennial buckwheat (Eriogonum, Polygonaceae) from southeastern Arizona. J. Ariz. Acad. Sci. 5: 222-225.
  415. Reveal, J.L. 1968. Notes on Eriogonum - IV. A revision of the Eriogonum deflexum complex. Brittonia 20: 13-33.
  416. Reveal, J.L. 1968. Notes on Eriogonum - V. A revision of Eriogonum corymbosum complex. Great Basin Naturalist 27: 183-229.
  417. Reveal, J.L. 1968. On the names in Fraser's 1813 catalogue. Rhodora 70: 25-54.
  418. Reveal, J.L. 1968. A proposal concerning the designation of holotypes and isotypes within selected neotypes and lectotypes. Taxon 17: 237.
  419. Reveal, J.L. 1968. Notes on the Texas eriogonums. Sida 3: 195-205.
  420. Reveal, J.L. 1968. A new annual Eriogonum from Utah. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 55: 74-75.
  421. Reveal, J.L. 1968. A new variety of Eriogonum umbellatum from southern Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 28: 157-159.
  422. Reveal, J.L. 1968. Some nomenclatural changes in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae). Taxon 17: 531-533.
  423. Reveal, J.L. 1968. Eriogonum umbellatum Torr. var. cognatum (Greene) Reveal. Southw. Naturalist 13: 357-359.
  424. Reveal, J.L. 1968. On the status of Eriogonum jonesii S. Wats. (Polygonaceae). Southw. Naturalist 13: 359-361.
  425. Reveal, J.L. & P.A. Munz. 1968. "Eriogonum," pp. 33-72. In: P.A. Munz, Supplement to A California Flora. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  426. Tidwell, S.D., S.R. Rushforth & J.L. Reveal. 1968. Astralopteris, a new Cretaceous fern genus from Utah and Colorado. Brigham Young Univ. Geol. Stud. 14: 237-240.
  427. Welsh, S.L. & J.L. Reveal. 1968. A new species of Townsendia (Compositae) from Utah. Brittonia 20: 375-377.
  428. Reveal, J.L. 1967. Notes on Eriogonum - II. Variations in Eriogonum atrorubens. Sida 3: 82-86.
  429. Reveal, J.L. 1967. Notes on Eriogonum - III. On the status of Eriogonum pauciflorum Pursh. Great Basin Naturalist 27: 102-117.
  430. Reveal, J.L. 1967. Eriogonum. In: Documented chromosome numbers of plants. Madroño 19: 134-136.
  431. Reveal, J.L. 1967. A new name for a Utah Lepidium. Great Basin Naturalist 27: 177-181.
  432. Reveal, J.L. 1967. "Eriogonum flavum Nutt. in Fras." In: E. Hultén, Comments on the flora of Alaska and Yukon. Ark. Bot. II, 7: 45-46.
  433. Reveal, J.L. & C.A. Hanson. 1967. Two new eriogonums from Baja California, Mexico. Madroño 19: 55-57.
  434. Reveal, J.L. & V.S. Spevak. 1967. Publication dates and current names of 144 names proposed in two 1848 Thomas Nuttall articles. Taxon 16: 407-414.
  435. Holmgren, A.H. & J.L. Reveal. 1966. Checklist of the vascular plants of the intermountain region. USFS Research Paper Int-32. Ogden, Utah: United States Printing Office. 160 pp.
  436. Reveal, J.L. 1966. Notes on three Utah eriogonums. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci. 42: 287-292.
  437. Reveal, J.L. 1966. "Eriogonum," pp. 18-20. In: R.M. Lloyd & R.S. Mitchell, Plants of the White Mountains, California and Nevada. Rev. Edit. Berkeley: University of California White Mountain Research Station.
  438. Reveal, J.L. 1966. On the specific distinction of Eriogonum nutans and collinum. Madroño 18: 167-173.
  439. Reveal, J.L. 1966. Notes on Eriogonum - I. Leafl. W. Bot. 10: 334-335.
  440. Howell, J.T. & J.L. Reveal. 1965. A new species of Eriogonum from the Panamint Mountains, California. Leafl. W. Bot. 10: 174-176.
  441. Reveal, J.L. 1965. Eriogonum. In: Documented chromosome numbers of plants. Madroño 18: 124.
  442. Reveal, J.L. 1965. A new alpine Eriogonum from Nevada. Leafl. W. Bot. 10: 183-186.
  443. Reveal, J.L. & P.J. Bottino. 1965. Primula. In: Documented chromosome numbers of plants. Madroño 18: 126.
  444. Reveal, J.L. 1964. [Comments on various species of Eriogonum], pp. 104-109. In: C.L. Hitchcock, A. Cronquist, M. Ownbey & J.W. Thompson, Vascular plants of the Pacific Northwest. Part 2. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Talks, Abstracts, and Other Professional Papers Presented:
   a. Invited presentations to Symposia and Meetings:

  1. "The subgeneric concept in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." Torrey Botanical Club Centennial, American Institute of Biological Sciences, College Station, Texas; 1967
  2. "Botanical explorations and discoveries in the Intermountain West and Great Basin." Symposium on the Evolution of the Great Basin Biota, Western Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, Logan, Utah; 1968
  3. "Really, who gives a damn?" Torrey Botanical Club Endangered Species Symposium, American Institute for Biological Sciences, Tempe, Arizona; 1974
  4. "The endangered flora of the Ash Meadows region of California and Nevada." Desert Fishes Council, Death Valley, California; 1975
  5. "Fading flowers or failing laws?" Bicentennial Symposium on Endangered Species in the Americas, New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York; 1976
  6. "The evolution and phylogeny of the Eriogonoideae (Polygonaceae)." Intermountain Biogeography Symposium, Pacific Coast Section of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, Bozeman, Montana; 1976
  7. "Workshop on endangered and threatened Plants." American Society of Plant Taxonomists and the Botanical Society of America Workshop on Endangered and Threatened Plants, American Institute of Biological Sciences, East Lansing, Michigan; 1977
  8. "Documenting plant rarity and population threats." Geographical Data Organization for Rare Plant Conservation Symposium, New York Botanical Garden and National Park Service, Bronx, New York; 1977
  9. "Historical and present research activities relating to threatened and endangered species in Nevada." North Nevada Native Plant Society and Office of Endangered Species and International Affairs Workshop, Reno, Nevada; 1978
  10. "Will the future of ci-wu-jai be like that of ren-shen?" Second International Conference on Ci-wu-jai, Institute of Materia Medica, Harbin, People's Republic of China; 1981
  11. "Medicinal plants in modern China - An American view." Twenty-ninth Annual Systematics Symposium, Biogeographical relationships between temperate eastern Asia and temperate eastern North America. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO; 1982
  12. "Of cipress and cat-tails: Late 17th and 18th century botanical explorations in colonial Maryland." Pemberton Hall 18th Century Studies Symposium, Salisbury State College, Salisbury, MD; 1984
  13. "Linnaeus and his North American contemporaries: Their role in New World Botany." The Heritage of our Agricultural Literature: Prologue to the Future, National Agricultural Library, Beltsville, MD; 1987
  14. "Botanical explorations in the American West-1889-1989." Missouri Botanical Garden Annual Systematics Symposium, Saint Louis, MO; 1989
  15. "Typification of Linnaeus' temperate North American plants." International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, College Park, MD; 1990
  16. "Protected plant family names - a new list for consideration." International Conference on Stabilisation of Scientific Names, Kew, England; 1991
  17. "A pictorial essay on the biomes of North America," with Bryan E. Dutton and Michael R. Shives. Maryland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; 1993
  18. "A mission for Linnaeus: Anarchy and reform in the Kingdom of Flora." John Clayton Exhibition Symposium, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA; 1993
  19. "John Clayton, Linnaeus' American friend." John Clayton Exhibition Symposium, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA; 1993
  20. "Early botanical explorations in eastern North America." Wintergreen Wildflower Symposium, Wintergreen, VA; 1994
  21. "Idol flowers, darling productions." The Southern Garden: A Retrospective. Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary and The Nature Museum, Charlotte, NC; 1995
  22. "The explorations and botanical collections of the 1803-1806 Lewis and Clark expedition across the North American continent." Botanical Society of Washington, 1998
  23. "Changes in botanical communication: Information on tap." [A symposium entitled "Towards an international plan for preserving botanical documentation: Critical problems and potential solutions."] XVI International Botanical Congress, St. Louis, MO; 1999
  24. "Workshop on reference and information resources." [with Dan H. Nicolson.] 32nd Annual meeting of the Council for Botanical and Horticulture Libraries, National Agricultural Library, Beltsville, Maryland; 2000
  25. "Rapid speciation on the Colorado Plateau with emphasis on Eriogonum." Keynote Address, Colorado Native Plant Society Annual Meeting, Mesa State College, Grand Junction, Maryland; 2000
  26. "The role of historical collections in understanding present-day gardening and floristics." Old Economy Village Garden Workshop, Ambridge, Pennsylvania; 2001
  27. "The life and times of André Michaux." Plenary speaker, André Michaux International Symposium, Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, North Carolina; 2002
  28. "Botanical discoveries of Lewis and Clark on the Great Plains." Keynote speaker, The nature of Lewis & Clark on the Great Plains, Center for Great Plains Study, Lied Conference Center, Arbor Day Farm, Nebraska City, Nebraska; 2004

       b. Invited Presentations at Seminars:

  29. "On the subgeneric concept in Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." Department of Botany, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; 1966
  30. "External isolation barriers and their role in speciation." Department of Biology, Trinity College, Washington, D.C.; 1966
  31. "Eriogonum - a taxonomist - and results." Department of Botany, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon; 1968
  32. "Variation and evolution in the genus Eriogonum." Department of Botany, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; 1968
  33. "On the higher taxa of Thalliobionta." Department of Botany, University of California, Berkeley, California; 1969
  34. "The genus Eriogonum (Polygonaceae)." Department of Botany, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1969
  35. "The great American deserts - a pictorial essay." Department of Botany, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; 1973
  36. "Intermountain biogeography and the genus Eriogonum." Department of Botany, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; 1975
  37. "Origin and evolution of the Intermountain biota." Department of Botany, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois; 1977
  38. "Intermountain biogeography." Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri; 1977
  39. "Intermountain biogeography." Department of Botany, University of California, Berkeley, California; 1978
  40. "Intermountain biogeography - a speculative appraisal." Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England; 1979
  41. "The Endangered Species Act in the United States." Nanjing Botanic Garden, Nanjing, People's Republic of China; 1981
  42. "The future of the endangered species moment in the United States and China." Hagzhou Institute of Botany, Hangzhou, People's Republic of China; 1981
  43. "Medicinal plant explorations in China." Title XII Seminar, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1982
  44. "Botanical explorations in the People's Republic of China." Department of Biology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia; 1982
  45. "Significance of pre-1753 botanical explorations in temperate North America on Linnaeus first edition of Species plantarum." Department of Biology, Lehman College, City University of New York, Bronx, New York; 1983
  46. "History of botanical explorations in colonial Maryland." Plant Taxonomy Seminar Group, United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, MD; 1983
  47. "Significance of pre-1753 botanical explorations in temperate North America on Linnaeus' first edition of Species plantarum." Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England; 1984
  48. "Hugh Jones - Colonial Calvert County Naturalist." British Museum (Natural History), London; 1984
  49. "Ecological picture of coastal Maryland: 1690's. " Horn Point Environmental Center, Cambridge, MD; 1985
  50. "An ecological picture of coastal Maryland in the 1690's. " U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Chesapeake Bay Program, Annapolis, MD; 1985
  51. "John Clayton of Virginia." The Natural History Museum, London, UK; 1990
  52. "Information needs and resources in systematic botany." Library and Information Sciences Program, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1993
  53. "Gentle conquest - Botanical explorations and discoveries in temperate North America." Committee on the History and Philosopy of Science, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1994

       c. Invited Presentations at Civic or Professional Society Meetings:

  54. "Sand, sagebrush and outlaws." Phi Sigma, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1971
  55. "The American West." Washington Section of the American Society of Plant Physiologists, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1973
  56. "Botanical explorations in the Intermountain Region." Philadelphia Botanical Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1973
  57. "The great American deserts." Phi Sigma, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1974
  58. "The great American deserts." Phi Sigma, Lloyla College of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland; 1974
  59. "The great American deserts." Phi Sigma, Western Maryland College, Westminster, Maryland; 1974
  60. "The Endangered Species Act and its implications." Cactus and Succulent Plant Society of Washington, Wheaton, Maryland; 1975
  61. "Endangered species: Who gives a damn?" Sigma Xi, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1977
  62. "The politics of endangered species." Phi Sigma, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; 1977
  63. "Washington politics and the endangered Endangered Species Act of 1973." California Native Plant Society, San Francisco Chapter, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California; 1978
  64. "Rare and endangered plants in Maryland." Governor's Environmental Advisory Committee, Wye Island, Maryland; 1980
  65. "Botanical explorers as historians." Potomac Corral Section, Western American Historical Association, Washington, D.C.; 1981
  66. "Significance of pre-1753 botanical explorations in temperate North America on Linnaeus' first edition of Species plantarum." Presidential address - Botanical Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.; 1982
  67. "History and significance of botanical explorations in colonial Maryland." Southwest Chapter, Archeological Society of Maryland, Bethesda, MD; 1983
  68. "Botanical explorations in temperate North America." Herb Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.; 1983
  69. "A STAR generated database for personnel files." STAR User's Group, Washington, D.C.; 1985
  70. "Early Maryland botanical adventures." Stein Memorial Lecture for the Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD; 1985
  71. "The flora of Maryland used in Seventeenth Century British Gardens." Roses and May Flower Day Lecture, William Paca House, Annapolis, MD; 1985
  72. "Building databases from databases: An example." STAR User's Group, Washington, D.C.; 1986
  73. "Using STAR and LAZORTYPE." STAR International User's Group, Washington, D.C.; 1987
  74. "Botanical exploration and the 'American frontier hypothesis'." Botanical Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.; 1989
  75. "Evensong - A celebration in memory of Hugh Jones: Third minister of Christ Church Parish and Maryland's first naturalist." Christ Church Parish, Port Republic, Maryland; 1992
  76. "Colonial America's contribution to the garden." Garden Club of Virginia, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia; 1993
  77. "Botanical explorations in colonial Maryland." Maryland Native Plant Society, Baltimore, Maryland; 1993
  78. "Angiosperm classification: A new heresy to challenge the established dogma of Albertus Magnus." Botanical Society of Washington, Washington, D.C.; 1994
  79. "Three centuries later: John Clayton's Virginia plants in painted Dutch vases." Virginia Native Plant Society, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia; 1994
  80. "Botanical explorations and discovery in eastern North America." Historic Annapolis Foundation, Annapolis, Maryland; 1994
  81. "Calvert's first naturalist." Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Nature Center, Prince Frederick, Maryland; 1994
  82. "Maryland's early naturalist." Calvert Marine Science Museum, Solomons Island, Maryland; 1995
  83. "The influence of eastern naturalists on western explorations." Philadelphia Botanical Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1995
  84. "Horticultural discoveries from temperate America." London Town Foundation's Winter Lecture, Edgewater, Maryland; 1997
  85. "The Lewis and Clark Herbarium." Philadelphia Botanical Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1998
  86. "Systematic botany resources for the reference librarian." National Agricultural Library, Beltsville, Maryland; 1998
  87. "In the beginning - There was a New World." A history of botany in North America Lecture Series for the Torrey Botanical Society, New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York; 2001
  88. "The botany of the Lewis and Clark expedition." The Lynn Richmond Memorial Lecture. Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Charlottesville, Virginia; 2003
  89. "Lewis and Clark's green world: The expedition at its plants." The Community Library, Ketchum, Idaho; 2003
  90. "Lewis and Clark workshop." Old Economy Village, Ambridge, Pennsylvania; 2003
  91. "Lewis and Clark's green world." Beaver County Historical Society, Ambridge, Pennsylvania; 2003
  92. "The botanical journey of Lewis and Clark." Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond, Virginia; 2003
  93. "Lewis and Clark's green world." National Garden Club's 2004 Anniversary Convention, St. Louis, Missouri; 2004
  94. "Significance of pre-1753 botanical explorations in temperate eastern North America." Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plains, Massachusetts; 2005
  95. "Lewis and Clark's green world." Distinguished lecture, New England Botanical Club, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2005

Contracts and grants:

  1. Texas Research Foundation; field work in Texas, 1967
  2. National Science Foundation; Eriogonum and Intermountain flora project, 1971-1973
  3. National Science Foundation; Doctoral dissertation improvement grant, 1971-1973
  4. National Science Foundation; RANN grant for Chesapeake Bay, 1971-1972
  5. University of Maryland Research Grant, Chesapeake Bay studies, 1971-1972
  6. National Science Foundation; Eriogonum and Intermountain flora project, 1972-1975
  7. National Geographic Society; studies on North American species of Salvia, 1974-1975
  8. National Science Foundation; Doctoral dissertation improvement grant, 1976-1978
  9. National Science Foundation; Eriogonum and Intermountain flora project, 1975-1979
  10. New York Botanical Garden; MAB/FNA vascular plants of North America north of Mexico, 1978-1979
  11. Faculty Development Fund, Graduate School, University of Maryland; field studies in Panama, 1979
  12. United States Department of Agriculture, Science and Education Administration; Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Plant Genetics and Germplasm Institute, 1979-1993
  13. United States Department of Agriculture, Science and Education Administration, Economic Botany Laboratory, 1979-1981
  14. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Endangered Species, Region 5, 1980-1982
  15. National Science Foundation; Taxonomic and historical studies of five pre-Linnaean plant collections from colonial Maryland, 1980-1981
  16. United States Department of Agriculture, Science and Education Administration, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory, 1980-1982
  17. United States Department of Agriculture, Science and Education Administration, Water Resources Laboratory, 1981-1982
  18. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Germplasm Resources Laboratory, 1983-1986
  19. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Germplasm Resources and Information Network, 1984-1990.
  20. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Plant Explorations and Taxonomy Laboratory, 1984-1989
  21. Faculty Development Fund, Graduate School, University of Maryland; Travel grant to attend initiation to the Linnean Society of London, 1984
  22. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Narcotics Laboratory, 1987-1989
  23. Graduate Research Board, Graduate School, University of Maryland; Field work in Baja California, Mexico, and the western United States, 1988
  24. National Science Foundation; Linnaean plant typification project, 1988-1991
  25. The Rockefeller Foundation; Development and evaluation of DNA based molecular techniques for identification and systematic analysis of cassava, 1990
  26. National Science Foundation; Supplement to the Linnaean plant typification project, 1988-1991 [Awarded and funded by NSF but not allowed to accepted the grant by the Department of Botany.]
  27. National Science Foundation; Linnaean plant typification project, 1992-1995; Renewal
  28. United States Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library Improving Access to Information on the Plant Genome Project,1992-1996, with P.J. Bottino, 1996-1999
  29. Missouri Botanical Garden; Flora North America project, 1992-1993
  30. International Association for Plant Taxonomy, 1994.
  31. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Plant Taxonomy Laboratory; Taxonomic and Nomenclatural Studies of 4000 Common Plants of Economic Importance, 1994-1995.
  32. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System, 1994-1995
  33. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System, 1995-1996
  34. National Science Foundation; A Phylogenetic and Biogeographic Analysis of the Tribe Sanguisorbeae (Rosaceae) - Ph.D. dissertation improvement grant for Malin Hibbs, 1999-2000, with C.F. Delwiche
  35. Bode Technology Group; Grasses of Pakistan, 2001.
  36. The Academy of Natural Sciences; Photographing the plants collected and seen by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, 2002.
  37. U.S. Forest Service; New species of Eriogonum on the Klamath National Forest, 2002.
  38. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Identity of Eriogonum corymbosum in southern Nevada, 2002.
  39. Flora of North America Committee; Polygonaceae Michx. subfam. Eriogonoideae of North America north of Mexico, 2003.

Courses taught

General Botany (lecture and laboratory)
Botany for non-majors (lecture and laboratory)
Plant Kingdom (lecture and laboratory)
Plant Taxonomy (lecture and laboratory)
History of Botany
Honors History of Botany
Plant Geography
Advanced Plant Taxonomy (lecture and laboratory)
Undergraduate Seminar
Graduate Seminar
Special Problems in Systematic Botany
Thesis Research
Doctoral Dissertation Research

Field work and other international travel

1961 - Western United States - Botanical explorations in Utah
1962 - Western United States - Botanical explorations in California, Nevada and Utah
1963 - Western United States - Botanical explorations in California, Nevada and Utah
1964 - Western United States - Botanical explorations
1965 - Western United States - Botanical explorations
1966 - Western United States - Botanical explorations
1967 - Western United States - Botanical explorations (including Texas)
1968 - Western United States - Botanical explorations in California, Nevada and Utah
1969 - Western United States - Botanical explorations in Nevada and Utah
1970 - Western United States - Botanical explorations in California, Nevada (including Virginia)
1971 - Western United States and Mexico - Botanical explorations
1972 - Western United States and Mexico - Botanical explorations
      England - Visiting British Museum (Natural History), London, and Royal Botanic Garden, Kew - Herbarium work
      Scotland - Visiting Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh - Herbarium work
      France - Visiting Muséum National d'Historie Naturelle, Laboratorie de Phanérogamie, Paris - Herbarium work
      Switzerland - Visiting Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques, Géneve - Herbarium work
1973 - Western United States and Mexico - Botanical explorations
1974 - Western United States and Mexico - Botanical explorations (including Texas)
1975 - Western United States and Mexico - Botanical explorations (including South Carolina)
1976 - Western United States - Botanical explorations
1977 - Western United States - Botanical explorations (including Alabama, Maryland and Tennessee)
1978 - Western United States - Botanical explorations
      Canada - Visiting University of British Columbia, Vancouver
1979 - Maryland and Panama - Botanical explorations
      England - Visiting the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, and the British Museum (Natural History), London - Herbarium work
1980 - Maryland - Botanical explorations
      Canada - Attending Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
      England - Visiting the British Museum (Natural History), London, and the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew - Herbarium work
1981 - Maryland, Virginia and People's Republic of China - Medicinal plant explorations in eastern China
1982 - England - Visiting British Museum (Natural History), London, and the University of Oxford, Oxford - Herbarium work
1983 - England - Visiting Linnean Society of London, British Museum (Natural History), London, and the University of Oxford, Oxford - Herbarium work
1984 - England - Visiting Linnean Society of London, British Museum (Natural History), London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the University of Oxford, Oxford - Herbarium work
1985 - England-Attending the Third International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology; visiting British Museum (Natural History), London, the Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew, and the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew - Herbarium work
1986 - Colorado - Botanical explorations
1987 - California - Botanical explorations
      England-Visiting Linnean Society of London, British Museum (Natural History, London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, the University of Oxford, Oxford, and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland - Herbarium work
1988 - Western United States and Mexico - Botanical explorations
1989 - England-Visiting Linnean Society of London, British Museum (Natural History, London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for Linnaean Typification Project - Herbarium work
1990 - England-Working at The Natural History Museum, London, Linnean Society of London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and University of Oxford on Linnaean Typification Project; participant at "Species Plantarum Project" meeting held at Kew - Herbarium work
1991 - England-Sabbatical leave at The Natural History Museum, London, Linnean Society of London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and University of Oxford on Linnaean Typification Project; participant at "Stabilisation of Botanical Nomenclature" meeting held at Kew
1992 - Eastern Utah States - Botanical explorations
      Western United States - Botanical explorations
1993 - Western United States - Botanical explorations
1994 - Nicragura-Ethnobotanical field work in the Miskito village of Karatá
1995 - Western United States (including Maryland) - Botanical explorations
1996 - Georgia - Botanical explorations
1997 - Maryland - Botanical explorations mainly on the flora of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center
1998 - California and Maryland - Botanical explorations mainly on the flora of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center
2001 - California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada and Utah - Botanical explorations for the Flora of North America treatment of Polygonaceae subf. Eriogonoideae
2002 - Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming - Botanical explorations for plants collected and observed by Lewis and Clark
2003 - Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming - Botanical explorations for plants collected and observed by Lewis and Clark and work on the Flora of North America
2004 - California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada and Utah - Botanical explorations for plants collected and observed by Lewis and Clark, voucher for molecular studies by Ann S. Lamb-Frye at Wake Forest University, and work on the Flora of North America and the Intermountain Flora projects
2005 - Idaho - Botanical explorations for plants collected and observed by Lewis and Clark in concert with a class for the Gorcoran Gallery of Art. Colorado - collection of plants in southwestern Colorado, voucher for molecular studies by Ann S. Lamb-Frye at Wake Forest University, and work on the Intermountain Flora project. International travel to Georgia to collect plants in the Caucasus for the New York Botanical Garden

Awards and Honors

Pre-doctoral Fellowship, Smithsonian Institution; 1966
Outstanding graduate student, Brigham Young University; 1968
NDEA Graduate Fellowship, Brigham Young University; 1968-1969
Washington Academy of Sciences' Outstanding Biologist for 1972; 1973
Fellow, Washington Academy of Sciences; 1973
Fellow, Linnean Society of London; 1984
American Men and Women of Science
Who's Who in the East
Who's Who in the Frontiers of Science and Technology
Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America
Outstanding Academic Book Award, Association of College and Research Libraries; 1993
Council of Botanical and Horticultural Libraries annual literature award nomination for Lewis and Clark's green world; 2004
National Garden Club's Award of Excellence for work on historical plant collections and gardens; 2004
Council of Botanical and Horticultural Libraries annual literature award nomination for Lewis and Clark's green world; 2005

Last revised: 11 Dec 2005