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CATALOGUE OF FLORISTIC ARTICLES IN

THE MICHIGAN BOTANIST

Michael Huft The Michigan Botanist has a long history of publishing floras and floristic studies of natural areas in the Great Lakes region, including such major units as counties, national lakeshores, and state parks, but also islands in the Great Lakes and even such smaller units as individual woodlots, bogs, or defined wetlands, to name a few. These studies have covered most major groups of plants, including lichens, algae, bryophytes, and vascular plants (sometimes limited to subdivisions of the latter, such as pteridophytes or aquatic plants). Because these articles provide a rich resource for present-day and future explorations and studies, it is useful to make available an accessible catalogue so that readers can readily find what is available and where an item of interest can be found. It is also hoped that this list will suggest further areas that need floristic work or those areas where updates would be useful. Items are arranged by major plant group and, under Vascular Plants, by state or province. Within each category, the listing is chronological, and the volume and page citation is given at the end of each item. A very few items that deal with more than one plant group or more than one state are listed under each appropriate category.

LICHENS

Henry, Mary Lou, and Raymond E. Hampton. (1974). Macrolichens of Beaver Island, Charlevoix

County, Michigan. 13: 65–67. Wetmore, Clifford M. (1988). Lichens of Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore. 27: 111–118. Wetmore, Clifford M. (1990). Lichens of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Wisconsin. 29: 65–73.

ALGAE

Andreson, Norman A. (1970). Algae in Park Lake, Clinton County, Michigan. 9: 95–107. Andresen, N. E., and E. F. Stoermer. (1978). The diatoms of Douglas Lake—A preliminary list. 17: 49–54. Hoagland Kyle D., and Forrest M. Begres. (1978). The diatom flora of Tiplady Bog, Michigan. 17: 55–64. Lipsey, Louis L., Jr., and Mason G. Fenwick. (1978). Investigations on the freshwater Algae of Wisconsin. I. Plankton diatoms from High Lake (Vilas County). 17: 113–117. Glime, Janice M., Janet F. Gereau, and Roy E. Gereau. (1980). Bryophytes of Mount Lookout, Keweenaw County, Michigan. 19: 247–250.

Anderson, Kevin, Mark Fate, Ching-Han (Eric) Hsieh, Lorenz Kim, Katy Lazarus, J. Patrick Kociolek, and Rex L. Lowe. (2013). Algal diversity in, and the description of three new diatom (Bacillariophyta) species from, Lake of the Clouds, Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Michigan USA. 52: 3–24.

BRYOPHYTES

Crum, Howard. (1964). Mosses of the Douglas Lake region of Michigan. 3: 3–12, 48–63.

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Miller, Norton G. (1972). A bryophyte florula of an area near Grand Ledge, Eaton County, Michigan. 11: 3–12.

Koch, Rudy G., and Duane J. Lahti. (1973). The bryophytes of Amnicon Falls State Park, Douglas County, Wisconsin. 12: 212–216.

Hollenson, Raymond H. (1984). A checklist of the liverworts of Michigan. 23: 135–139.

Glime, Janice M., and Allison D. Slavik. (1985). A checklist of bryophytes and their critical localities in the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan. 24: 154–163.

Stevens, Kevin, and Elwood B. Ehrle. (1990). The Hampton Creek wetland complex in southwestern Michigan. VI. Transect survey of bryophyte populations. 29: 55–64.

Wheeler, Gerald A., Robert P. Dana, and Carmen Converse. (1991). Contribution to the vascular (and moss) flora of the Great Plains: A floristic survey of six counties in western Minnesota. 30: 75–129.

Glime, Janice M. (2002). Bryophytes of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Alger County, Michigan. 41: 31–45.

Ehrle, Elwood B. (2005). Mosses and liverworts of the Kalamazoo Nature Center, a preliminary survey. 44: 119–126.

VASCULAR PLANTS

Illinois

Moran, Robbin C. (1978). Vascular flora of the ravines along Lake Michigan in Lake County, Illinois. 17: 123–140.

Indiana

Angstmann, Julia L., Paul E. Rothrock, and Thomas W. Post. (2005). The vascular flora and community structure of little Calumet Headwaters Nature Preserve, LaPorte County, Indiana. 45: 153–192.

Namestnik, Scott, and Keith Board. (2010). The vascular flora of Sebert Property, LaPorte County, Indiana. 49: 1–40.

Michigan

Hagenah, Dale J. (1963). Pteridophytes of the Huron Mountains, Marquette County, Michigan. 2: 78–93. (See additions below in Wahla, 1984)

Crow, Garrett E. (1969). Species of vascular plants of Pennfield Bog, Calhoun County, Michigan. 8: 131–136.

Beaman, John H. (1970). A botanical inventory of Sanford Natural Area. I. The Environment. 9: 116–139. II. Checklist of vascular plants. 9:147–164.

Veldman, Lorraine Calhoun, and Daniel E. Wujek. (1971). Pteridophytes of Beaver Island, Charlevoix County, Michigan. 10: 194–196.

Wells, James R., and Paul W. Thompson. (1974). Vegetation and flora of Keweenaw County, Michigan. 13: 107–151.

Read, Robert H. (1975). Vascular plants of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Alger County, Michigan. 14: 3–43.

Frye, Darlene M. (1976–1977). A botanical inventory of Sandhill Woodlot, Ingham County, Michigan. I. The vegetation. 15: 131–140. II. Checklist of vascular plants. 15: 195–204. III. Phenology study. 16: 34–38.

Haynes, Robert R., and C. Barre Hellquist. (1978). The distribution of the aquatic vascular flora of Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan. 17: 183–191.

Beach, James H., and W. D. Stevens. (1979–1980). A study of Baker Woodlot. I. Physical and historical description. 18: 123–137. II. Description of vegetation. 19: 3–13. III. Checklist of Vascular Plants. 19: 51–69 (Stevens and Beach).

Sytsma, Kenneth J., and Richard W. Pippen. (1981–1982). The Hampton Creek wetland complex in southwestern Michigan. I. History and Physical features. 20: 137–142. II. Community classification. 20: 147–156. III. Structure and succession of tamarack forests. 21: 67–74. IV. Fen succession. 21: 105–115. V. Species of vascular plants. 21: 195–204. (See Part VI under Bryophytes, above).

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Mustard, Timothy S. (1983). The vegetation of the Manistee National Forest, Oceana and Mason Counties, Michigan. I. Physical, historical, and ecological aspects. 22: 111–122. II. Checklist of vascular plants. 22: 1151–161.

Weitzman, Anna L. (1984). Sommerby Swamp, an unusual plant community in Mackinac County, Michigan. 23: 11–18.

Wahla, James. (1984). Additions to the pteridophyte flora of Marquette County, Michigan. 23: 178–179. (Updating Hagenah, 1963, above)

Kron, Kathleen A., and Beverly Scoviak Walters. (1986). A study of Red Cedar Natural Area. I. Historical background and description of the vegetation. 25: 27–34. II. Checklist of vascular plants.

25: 35–44. Hazlett, Brian T. (1986). The vegetation and flora of the Nordhaus Dunes, Manistee national Forest, Mason County, Michigan. I. History and present vegetation. 25: 74–92. II. Catalogue of vascular plants. 25: 125–139.

Slavick, Allison D., and Robert A. Janke. (1987). The vascular flora of Isle Royale National Park.

26: 91–134. Kron, Kathleen A. (1989). The vegetation of Indian Bowl Wet Prairie and its adjacent plant communities. I. Description of the vegetation. 28: 179–200. II. Checklist of vascular plants. 28: 201–215.

Hazlett, Brian T. (1991). The flora of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Benzie and Leelanau Counties, Michigan. 30: 139–202.

Meagher, Walter L., and Stephen J. Tonsor. (1992). Checklist of the vascular flora of the Augusta Floodplain Preserve. 31: 83–98.

Forzley, Kathleen C., Thaddeus A. Grudzien, and James R. Wells. (1993). Comparative floristics of seven islands in northwestern Lake Michigan. 32: 3–21.

Hazlett, Brian T. (1993). The vascular flora of North and South Fox Islands, northern Lake Michigan. 32: 239–264.

Judziewicz, Emmet J. (1997). Vegetation and Flora of Passage Island, Isle Royale National Park, Michigan. 36: 35–62.

Judziewicz, Emmet J. (1997). Michigan’s farthest north: A botanical visit to the Gull Islands, Isle Royale National Park. 36: 78–87.

Laureto, Pamela J. (1998). Vascular flora and plant community types of Seidman Park, Kent County, Michigan. 37: 67–89.

Voss, Edward G. (2001). Flora of St. Helena Island (Straits of Mackinac), Michigan. 40: 27–47.

Judziewicz, Emmet J. (2001). Flora and vegetation of the Grand Traverse Islands (Lake Michigan), Wisconsin and Michigan. 40: 81–208.

Ross, Stephen, and Robert J. Krueger. (2002). A botanical survey of the White Pine Trail State Park (Rails-to-Trails) in Mecosta County, Michigan. 41: 51–84.

Slaughter, Bradford S., and J. Dan Skean, Jr. (2003). Annotated checklist of vascular plants in the vicinity of Cedar Creek and Brewster Lake, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, Barry County, Michigan. 42: 127–148.

McKenna, Duane D. (2004). Flora and vegetation of Kalamazoo County, Michigan. 43: 137–359. Whately, Cathryn Elizabeth, Daniel E. Wujek, and Edwin E. Leuck II. (2005). The vascular flora of Hog Island, Charlevoix County, Michigan. 44: 29–48. Williams, Gretchen M., Gilbert D. Starks, and Daniel E. Wujek. (2005). Annotated checklist of vascular plants of Neithercut Woodland, Clare County, Michigan. 44: 57–71. Smith, Pamela F., and Dennis W. Woodland. (2006). Vascular plant study of Warren Dunes State Park, Berrien County, Michigan. 45: 1–58. Springer, Joshua C., and Bruce D. Parfitt. (2010). A checklist of vascular plants of the Lapeer State Game Area, Lapeer County, Michigan, USA. 49: 41–72. Baker, Kathleen M., and C. Elizabeth Whately. (2010). Vascular plant survey of privately owned wetlands, Pavilion Township, Kalamazoo County, Michigan. 49: 85–98. Bassett, Tyler. (2011). Annotated checklist of the flora of the Kalamazoo Nature Center with natural community descriptions. 50: 41–104.

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Minnesota

Joyal, Robert. (1971). The Marshall Bog near Itasca Park, Minnesota. 10: 78–88.

Wheeler, Gerald A., and Paul H. Glaser. (1982). Vascular plants of the Red Lake Peatland, northern Minnesota. 21: 89–93.

Wheeler, Gerald A., Robert P. Dana, and Carmen Converse. (1991). Contribution to the vascular (and moss) flora of the Great Plains: A floristic survey of six counties in western Minnesota. 30: 75–129.

Anderson, Derek, Jessica Brandt, Lynn Wright, and Donald Davidson. (2005). Ecology and floristics of Knife Island, a gull and cormorant rookery on Lake Superior, near Two Harbors, Lake County, Minnesota. 44: 95–104.

Ohio

Stuckey, Ronald L. (1975). A floristic analysis of the vascular plants of a marsh at Perry’s Victory Monument, Lake Erie. 14: 144–166.

Tyrrell, Lucy E. (1987). A floristic survey of buttonbush swamps in Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve, Franklin County, Ohio. 26: 29–38.

Whyte, Robert S., David A. Francko, and David M. Klarer. (2003). The aquatic vegetation of the old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve (Huron, Ohio): A Lake Erie coastal wetland.

42: 63–84. Ontario

Reznicek, A. A., and P. M. Catling. (1989). Flora of Long Point, Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, Ontario. 28: 99–175.

Morton, J. K., and Joan M. Venn. (1996). The flora of Caribou Island, Lake Superior. 35: 3–25.

Weatherbee, Ellen Elliott (In Press). The flora of Cockburn Island, Ontario, Canada.

Wisconsin

Musselman, Lytton J., Theodore S. Cochran, William E. Rice, and Marion M. Rice. (1971). The flora of Rock County, Wisconsin. 10: 147–193.

Dabydeen, Simon, and Rudy G. Koch. (1977). Vegetation and floristics of a sand spoil deposit— Barker’s Island in Superior Harbor, Douglas County, Wisconsin. 16: 39–46.

Peck, James H., and W. Carl Taylor. (1980). Check list and distributions of Wisconsin ferns and fern allies. 19: 251–268.

Koch, Rudy G., Patti Younger, and Leo Bruederle. (1983). Vegetation and floristics of Wisconsin Point, Douglas County, Wisconsin. 22: 35–46.

Cochrane, Theodore S., Marion M. Rice, and William E. Rice. (1984). The flora of Rock County, Wisconsin: Supplement I. 23: 121–133.

Forzley, Kathleen C., Thaddeus A. Grudzien, and James R. Wells. (1993). Comparative floristics of seven islands in northwestern Lake Michigan. 32: 3–21.

Judziewicz, Emmet J., and Rudy G. Koch. (1993). Flora and vegetation of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and Madeline Island, Ashland and Bayfield Counties, Wisconsin. 32: 43–189.

Eddy, Thomas L. (2001). A vascular flora of the Norwegian Bay Wetlands on Green Lake, Green Lake County, Wisconsin. 40: 51–69.

Judziewicz, Emmet J. (2001). Flora and vegetation of the Grand Traverse Islands (Lake Michigan), Wisconsin and Michigan. 40: 81–208.

Fields, Douglas M. (2003). The vascular plants of Taylor County, Wisconsin. 42: 171–282.

Judziewicz, Emmet J. (2004). A thirty-year study of the vascular plants of “Butternut Pines,” a 40acre tract in Oconto County, Wisconsin. 43: 81–115.

Hart, Charles R. (2004). A checklist of the vascular flora of Woodland Dunes Nature Center, Manitowoc— Two Rivers, Wisconsin. 43: 361–375.

Herrick, Bradley M. (2005). The vegetation of Point Au Sable Nature Preserve, Brown County, Wisconsin, USA. 44: 49–55.

Hlina, Paul, Derek S. Anderson, and Donald W. Davidson. (2008). Flora of Amnicon Falls State Park, Douglas County, Wisconsin. 47: 121–146.

Hlina, Paul S., and Derek S. Anderson. (2011). Wetland assessment and inventory of the Pokegama Carnegie Wetland State Natural Area, Douglas County, Wisconsin. 50: 2–25.

Anderson, Derek, and Julie Fox. (2014). Flora of Interstate State Park, Polk County, Wisconsin.