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February 16, 2012

 

RICHARD HENRY ZANDER

                                                                                          

Missouri Botanical Garden, PO Box 299, St. Louis, MO 63166-0299. E-mail: richard.zander@mobot.org; Web site: http://www.buffalomuseumofscience.org.

 

PERSONAL:  Born 25 September 1941, Cleveland, Ohio. — Married: Patricia M. Eckel.

 

EDUCATION:  B.A., Hiram College, 1964; M.A. and Ph.D., Duke University, 1967 and 1969, respectively. — Thesis: "A Comparison of the Moss Floras of Certain Gorges of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina," 1967. — Dissertation: "Revision of the genus Leptodontium (Musci) in the New World," Duke University, 1969.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS: Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences (Fellow), American Bryological and Lichenological Society, American Society of Plant Taxonomists, British Bryological Society, International Association for Plant Taxonomy, International Association of Bryologists, New York State Chapter of American Chestnut Foundation, Society of Systematic Biologists.

 

APPOINTMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:  Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Pre-Doctoral Internship, 1967–1968. — Buffalo Museum of Science, Curator of Botany, 1970–2001; Emeritus Curator of Botany, 2002. — State University of New York at Buffalo, Rachel Carson College, Lecturer, 1972–1978, and Department of Biological Sciences, Adjunct Assistant Professor, 1981–1986. — Niagara University, Department of Biology, Adjunct Professor, 1979–1988. — Chairman, Curatorial Department, Buffalo Museum of Science, 1979–1981.   Editor, "The Bryologist," American Bryological and Lichenological Society, 1980–1984. — Director, Niagara Frontier Botanical Society, 1984–1987. — Editor, Clintonia Magazine, 1983–1991. — Editor, Flora Online, 1987–1994. — Association of Systematics Collections, Museum representative, 1986–2001.  — Secretary, Special Committee on Electronic Publishing and Databasing, International Association for Plant Taxonomy, 1994 to present. — New York State Chapter of American Chestnut Foundation, Director, 1992–present; Chestnut species identifier, 1994–2011. — Lead Editor, Bryophyte Flora of North America, FNA Editorial Center for Bryophytes, Missouri Botanical Garden, 1999 to 2002 (Buffalo); 2002 to present (St. Louis).

 

AWARDS, HONORS:  Henry Allen Gleason Award for "Genera of the Pottiaceae: Mosses of Harsh Environments" from the New York Botanical Garden, 1995. — President's Award, New York Chapter of American Chestnut Foundation, 1996. — Stanley Green Award, International Association for Bryology, 1999. — As eponym: Trachyodontium zanderi Steere, Bryologist 89: 17, 1986; Trichostomum zanderi Redfearn & B. C. Tan, Tropical Bryology 10: 68, 1995; Zanderia Goffinet, Bryologist 100: 434, 1997; Didymodon zanderi Afonina & Ignatova, Arctoa 16: 135. 2008; Indopottia zanderi Daniels, Raja & Daniel, J. Bryol. 32: 216. 2010.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:  Niagara University, Department of Biology, graduate level courses in "Non-Vascular Plants," "Survey of the Plant Kingdom," "Plant Taxonomy" and "Economic Botany." — State University of New York Center/Buffalo, Rachel Carson College, "Plant Taxonomy in Environmental  Studies" and "Economic Botany." — Buffalo Museum of Science, Adult Education, various courses on botanical subjects, and Project TEAM (Teacher Education at the Museum) lectures, field trips and demonstrations for K-12 school teachers associated with the Museum's Institute for Science Education. — “Hands-On Classification of Biodiversity,” Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS), 103rd Ann. Conference, Ellenville, NY, 1998.

 

SYMPOSIA & WORKSHOPS:  International Association of Bryologists Taxonomic Workshop Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland, 1979, co-organizer of workshop sessions on Traditional and New Characters; and Terminology, Glossaries and Methodology. — American Bryological and Lichenological Society, Species Concepts in Bryophytes: Traditional and Innovative Approaches, invited published commentary, 1984. — Association of Systematics Collections Workshop on Biological Collections Resources for the 1990's, Washington, DC, 1988, participant, computer section. — New York State Natural History Conference, co-organizer: Natural History Collections in New York, 1990. — National Science Foundation-sponsored Workshop on Computerization of Natural History Collections, University of Michigan/East Lansing, 1992. — Green Plant Phylogeny Working Group, University of California at Berkeley, 1995. — Workshop on Endangered Bryophytes World-wide, International Bryological Conference on Tropical Bryophytes: Biology, Diversity and Conservation, International Association of Bryologists, Mexico City, 1995. — Flora of North America Symposium, Botany 2006, Chico, California, 2006.

 

RESEARCH: Bryology, especially evolution, taxonomy and floristics of the family Pottiaceae (Musci); theory of phylogenetic analysis.

 

RESEARCH GRANTS:  American Philosophical Society, "Field Investigations of High Alpine Bryophyta in Mexico," 1972, "Study of Early Type Specimens of Pottiaceae (Bryopsida)," 1979, and "Pottiaceae (Musci) of Cofre de Perote, Veracruz, Mexico," 1981. — Highlands Biological Station, "Study of Pottiaceae (Musci) of the Southeastern Blue Ridge Escarpment," 1976. — Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, "Study of migration of mosses over trans-Mexican volcanic belt," 1982. — National Science Foundation, grant BSR-8314843, "Taxonomic Manual for Genera of the Pottiaceae, a Family of Mosses," 1984–1987. — International Association of Bryologists, 1999 Stanley Greene Research Award, "Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis of the Moss Family Pottiaceae subfamily Pottioideae." — National Science Foundation, Biotic Resources and Inventories program, Grant DEB-0072754, “Bryophyte Flora of North America: Phase One, Volume One,” 2000-2003.

 

FIELD WORK:  Collecting activities have been intensive in many parts of North America: Southern Appalachians; Mexico: D.F., Hidalgo, Tehuacán; Colorado Rockys; Arizona; Oregon; Florida; Texas; Pacific Northwest; North Dakota; American Southwest; Newfoundland.

 

PUBLICATIONS EXPERIENCE:  Editor, "The Bryologist," the quarterly journal of the American Bryological and Lichenological Society, 1980–1984. — Founder and editor, "Clintonia," magazine of the Niagara Frontier Botanical Society, 1986-1993. — Founder and editor, "Flora Online," an online journal (ISSN 0892–9106) for electronic publication of data-intensive papers and computer programs in systematic botany and phytogeography, 1987-1993. — Creation of a disk-based version of "Flora Online" for distribution by subscription. — Editor, Vols. 32 & 36, Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences. — Flora of North America, Lead Editor for Vols. 27, 28 & 29, 1999 to present.

 

MICROCOMPUTER EXPERIENCE:  Software reviewer for PC Magazine, Byte and Science Software Quarterly in late 1980's. — Creator and system operator of TAXACOM, an online bulletin board system for systematic botany and phytogeography, 1987-1999. — Supervised development of the Clinton Herbarium specimen database. — Set up online databases for public and professional searches, and programmed online educational activities for science education of children.

 

CONSULTING, ADVISORY:  Referee for various botanical journals and the National Science Foundation (Systematic Biology Program). — SUNY College/Buffalo and Niagara University, graduate student advisor. — Environmental consulting: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. — Buffalo Zoological Gardens (poisonous plants, 1975). — LeRoy Industries (Nature Walk, 1987; Natural History Center, 1988).

 

AVOCATIONS: reading, running.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

BOOKS:

Genera of the Pottiaceae: Mosses of Harsh Environments. Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 32: vi + 378 pp., 113 pls. 1993. (P. M. Eckel, illustrator.)

 

A Framework for Post-Phylogenetic Systematics. Zetetic Publications, St. Louis, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 214 pages.

 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO MAJOR WORKS:

Thirty-five taxonomic contributed to A. J. Sharp, H. A. Crum & P. M. Eckel (eds.), Moss Flora of Mexico. Mem. New York Bot. Gard., vol. 69. 1994.

Twenty-nine taxonomic treatments contributed to Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds. 2007. Flora of North America North of Mexico, vol. 27. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.

 

POPULAR ARTICLES:  Articles on non-technical aspects of floristic and economic botany, and on microcomputer applications have appeared in publications of the Buffalo Museum of Science (Science on the March, Collections, Notes from the Clinton Herbarium, Newsletter of the Niagara Frontier Botanical Society, Clintonia), and in magazines of national distribution: Saturday Evening Post, Survive, Byte, PC Magazine and Science Software Quarterly.

 

BOTANICAL PUBLICATIONS:

Rhabdoweisia crenulata new to North America. Bryologist 69: 356–358. 1966.

The New World distribution of Scopelophila (= Merceya). Bryologist 70: 405–413. 1967 [1968].

Barbula inaequalifolia Tayl. new to North America. Bryologist 71: 41–44. 1968.

Hygrohypnum closteri new to North Carolina. Castanea 33: 121. 1968.

A new species of Fissidens from the southern Appalachian Mountains. Bryologist 72: 406–409. 1969.

Revision of the genus Leptodontium (Musci) in the New World. Bryologist 75: 213–280. 1972.

El genro Amphidium antes desconocido en México. Misc. Bryol. Lichenol. 6: 96–97. 1973.

The mosses of the southern Blue Ridge Province and their phytogeographical relationships. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 89: 15–60. 1973. (L. E. Anderson, first author)

Protected plants in New York State. Sci. on the March 54: 62. 1975.

An annotated bibliography of the botanical publications of Charles A. Zenkert. Sci. on the March 54: 63–64. 1975.

Some observations of the phaenogamae or flowering plants and shrubs of Erie Co. and the localities they frequent, by Ottilie Hauenstein. Sci. on the March 55(1): 2–11. 1975. [Ed. R. Zander]

Toward a flora of Shale Creek. Sci. on the March 55: 37–39. 1975.

Flora of the Niagara Frontier Region. Supplement. Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 16(Suppl.): i–iv, 1–62, map. 1975. (C. A. Zenkert, first author)

Botanical bibliography: Publications of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences. Notes from the Clinton Herbarium 3: 1–16 (mimeogr.). 1975.

Some pottiaceous mosses from the Aegean Islands of Greece. Ann. Mus. Goulandris 2: 83–87. 1975.

Leptodontiella, gen. nov. and Leptodontium from Peru. Bryologist 79: 16–21. 1976. (E. Hegewald, second author)

Floristics and environmental planning in western New York and adjacent Ontario: distribution of legally protected plants and plant sanctuaries. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. Occ. Pap. 1: i–iv, 1–47. 1976.

Notes on Pottiaceae in Middle America. Bryologist 79: 227–231. 1976.

Selected Seneca herbal medicines. Notes from the Clinton Herbarium 5: 1–7 (mineogr.). 1977.

Memoir of the Buffalo Plains. Collections (Buffalo Mus. Sci.) 56: 40–44. 1977. (W. Rogers, first author)

Portraits of American bryologists and lichenologists in the Bryologist. Bryologist 80: 559. 1977.

Rhabdoweisia crenulata and Erythrophyllopsis andina from Colombia. Bryologist 80: 158–160. 1977.

Crossidium seriatum found in the U.S.A. Bryologist 80: 170–171. 1977.

The tribe Pleuroweisiae (Pottiaceae, Musci) in Middle America. Bryologist 80: 233–269. 1977.

New regulations affecting the international shipment of plant specimens. Bryologist 80: 558. 1977. (N. G. Miller, second author)

Desmatodon steereanus, a new species of Pottiaceae from Peru. Bryologist 80: 638–640. 1977 [1978]. (H. A. Crum, second author)

The 1976 A. LeRoy Andrews Bryological Foray. Bryologist 80: 651–654. 1977. (N. G. Slack, second author)

Melophyllum Herz. is a synonym of Bryomanginia Thér. (Ditrichaceae). Bryologist 81: 332–333. 1978.

Didymodon luridus Hornsch. in Spreng. replaces D. trifarius (Hedw.) Roehl. [= Saelania glaucescens (Hedw.) Broth.]. Bryologist 81: 421–423. 1978.

Tortula propagulosa of the United States is Rhachithecium perpusillum. Bryologist 81: 458–460. 1978.

Tortula scotteri sp. nov. from the Northwest Territories of Canada. Bryologist 81: 463–467. 1978. (W. C. Steere, second author)

A synopsis of Bryoerythrophyllum and Morinia (Pottiaceae) in the New World. Bryologist 81: 539–560. 1978 [1979].

Didymodon sinuosus in Alaska and a key to species of Pottiaceae with propaguloid leaf apices. Bryologist 81: 572–575. 1978 [1979].

New combinations in Didymodon (Musci) and a key to the taxa in North America north of Mexico. Phytologia 41: 11–32. 1978.

A propaguliferous variant of Oxystegus tenuirostris in Europe, India, Mexico, Cuba and Brazil. Lindbergia 5: 285–288. 1978.

Synopsis of the genus Tuerckheimia (Pottiaceae). Misc. Bryol. Lichenol. 8: 26–28. 1978.

Crumia deciduidentata, new to Canada from the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Bryologist 81: 608–609. 1978 [1979]. (D. H. Vitt, first author)

Geographic disjunction and heterophylly in Tortella fragilis var.  tortelloides (= Sarconeurum tortelloides). Bryologist 82: 84–87. 1979. (W. J. Hoe, second author)

Gametophytic distinctions of Zygodon (Orthotrichaceae) and Anoectangium and Leptodontium and the status of Anoectangium rubrigemmium of Hawaii. Canad. J. Bot. 57: 292–296. 1979. (D. Vitt, second author)

Propaguliferous Ceratodon purpureus in riparian environments. Bryologist 82: 474–478. 1979. (R. R. Ireland, Jr., second author)

Regenerated herbarium material for biosystematics and cytology. Bryologist 82: 323. 1979.

Molendoa hornschuchiana new to the Americas from the Pacific Coast of Alaska. Bryologist 82: 487–489. 1978.

Flora of the Niagara Frontier Region. Second supplement and checklist. Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 16(Suppl.): i–iv, 1–110. 1979 (1980). (G. J. Pierce, second author)

Notes on Barbula and Pseudocrossidium (Bryopsida) in North America and an annotated key to the taxa. Phytologia 44: 177–214. 1979.

Lectotypification of Tortula propagulosa Sharp. Bryologist 82: 510. 1979.

Patterns of sporophyte maturation dates in the Pottiaceae (Bryopsida). Bryologist 82: 538–558. 1979.

Validation of Tortula herzogii Zander. Bryologist 82: 631. 1979.

Techniques for study of Pottiaceae. Taxon 28: 643–644. 1979.

Carbon and hydrogen isotope ratios of bryophytes from arid and humid regions. Oecologia 44: 91–94. 1979. (P. W. Rundel, first author)

Spread of Leptodontium viticulosoides (Bryopsida) after Balsam Woolly Aphid infestation of Fraser Fir. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 107: 7–8. 1980.

Tortula cainii: additional Ontario records and behavior in a common garden. Bryologist 83: 209–211. 1980. (P. M. Eckel, second author)

Acid-base color reactions: the status of Triquetrella ferruginea, Barbula inaequalifolia and B. calcarea. Bryologist 83: 228–133. 1980.

On Astomiopsis, Bryomanginia and Melophyllum (Ditrichaceae). Bryologist 83: 254–255. 1980. (W. R. Buck, first author)

Practical species concepts; Various thoughts on characters in moss taxonomy; Herbarium and cultivation methods in mosses; Aspects of the taxonomy of the Pottiaceae; The quality of floristic and taxonomic information. Nova Hedwigia Beih. 71: 7–11; 81–85; 127–130; 225–227; 291–296. 1980.

Leptodontium flexifolium and Pseudocrossidium revolutum as 60,000-year-old subfossils from the Yukon Territory, Canada. Bryologist 83: 486–496. (J. A. Janssens, first author) 1980.

Morinia saitoana, a new species of Pottiaceae (Bryopsida) from Mexico. Bryologist 83: 508–511. 1980 [1981]. (C. Delgadillo M. and P. M. Eckel, second authors)

Descriptions and illustrations of Barbula, Pseudocrossidium and Bryoerythrophyllum (p.p.) of Mexico. Cryptogamie, Bryol. Lichénol. 2: 1–22. 1981.

Splachnobryum limbatum sp. nov. from San Cristobal, Soloman Islands. Bryologist 84: 404–407. 1981. (D. H. Norris, first author)

Pseudocrossidium hornschuchianum and P. revolutum var. obtusulum in the New World. Lindbergia 7: 39–42. 1981. (B. C. Tan and T. Taylor, first authors)

[Review of:] W. Kramer. Tortula Hedw. sect. Rurales De Not. (Pottiaceae, Musci) in östlichen Holarktis. Bryologist 84: 144–145. 1981.

Control of microenvironmental relative humidity. Bryological Times 11: 1–2. 1981.

Didymodon (Pottiaceae) in Mexico and California: taxonomy and nomenclature of discontinuous and nondiscontinuous taxa. Cryptogamie, Bryol. Lichénol. 2: 379–422. 1981 [1982].

Trichostomum molariforme sp. nov. and Atractylocarpus stenocarpus (Wils. in Seem.) comb. nov. Bryologist 85: 126–128. 1982.

 Oxystegus tenuirostris var. stenocarpus (Thér.) comb. nov. includes Trichostomum spirale Grout. Misc. Bryol. Lichenol. 9: 72–74. 1982.

Hymenostylium recurvirostrum var. insigne and Barbula amplexifolia in British Columbia, Canada. Canad. J. Bot. 60: 1596–1600. 1982. (P. M. Eckel, second author)

Studies on Colombian cryptogams XVI. Taxonomy and ecology of Kingiobryum paramicola (Dicranaceae, Musci). Proc. Kon. Nederl. Akad. Wetensch., Ser. C 85: 627–634. 1982. (A. M. Cleef, second author)

The genus Streptocalypta C. Muell. (= Barnesia Card.). Lindbergia 8: 161–165. 1983.

Leptodontium recurvifolium (Tayl.) Lindb. is an Oxystegus. Lindbergia 8: 185–187. 1983.

A reevaluation of Neohyophila Crum (Pottiaceae). Bryologist 86: 134–139. 1983.

Multi-language labels from microcomputers. ASC Newsletter 11: 57. 1983.

Nomenclatural changes in Hyophila, Leptodontium and Morinia (Pottiaceae). Bryologist 86: 156–157. 1983.

Pottiaceae (Musci) of Cofre de Perote, Veracruz, Mexico. Amer. Phil. Soc. Grantee's Rep. 1982: 12–13. 1983.

A rapid microscopic mounting medium for delicate bryophytes. Taxon 32: 618–620. 1983.

Bryophyte sexual systems: -oicous versus -oecious. Bryol. Beitr. 3: 46–51. 1984.

The mosses of the Tehuacán Valley, Mexico, and notes of their distribution. Bryologist 87: 319–322. 1984 [1985] (C. Degadillo M., first author)

The Clinton Herbarium of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences (informational pamphlet, summer, 1985). Notes from the Clinton Herbarium 8: 1–8. 1985.

Nomenclatural transfers in Weissia (Pottiaceae, Musci). Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 11: 195–197. 1985.

An essay on species concepts developed during revisionary studies. In Species Concepts in Bryophytes: Traditional and Innovative Approaches, a Symposium (ed. N. Miller). Bryologist 88: 215–220. 1985 [1986].

Two new species of Pottiaceae from Mexico. Bryologist 88: 353–356. 1985 [1986].

Collections of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Buffalo Museum of Sciences and Tifft Farm Nature Preserve. ASC Newsletter 14(6): 61–65. 1986. (Editor)

Notes on Bryoerythrophyllum (Musci). Bryologist 89: 13–16. 1986.

Three new taxa of bryophytes from Peru. Willdenowia 16: 253–258. 1986.

False anisospory in the moss Leptodontium viticulosoides (P.-Beauv.) Wijk & Marg. Amer. J. Bot. 73(5): 603. 1986. (L. E. Anderson, first author)

Gyroweisia monterreia, a new moss species from Mexico. Bryologist 89: 227–229. 1986 [1987]. (F. J. Hermann, second author)

Pottiaceae of North America North of Mexico. Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 7, Ver. 1.0, 40,853 bytes, Jan. 1987; Ver. 1.1, 40,048 bytes, Mar. 1987.

A bibliography of the Pottiaceae (Musci). Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 8, Ver. 1.0., 150,651 bytes. 1987.

A new species of Tuerckheimia from Mexico. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 45: 293–295. 1987. (P. M. Eckel, second author)

What is Taxacom? Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 1, Ver. 1.0 5,555 bytes, Jan. 1987; Ver. 1.1, 6,704 bytes, April 1987.

Instructions for authors, programmers and other contributors to Taxacom. Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 2, Ver 1.0, 17,245 bytes, Jan. 1987; Ver. 1.1, 18,081 bytes, April 1987.

Bibliography of Niagara Frontier Botany. Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 6 (ver. 1.0), 59,264 bytes. 1987. (J. Battaglia, second author.)

The Clinton Herbarium (BUF). Modified from Notes from the Clinton Herbarium No. 8. Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 4, Ver. 1.0, 23,328 bytes, 1987.

Review of MEKA, an algorithm for generating keys. Flora Online (Taxacom, Buffalo Museum of Science) Issue 5, Ver. 1.0, 3,505 bytes, 1987.

TAXACOM, an online service for systematic botany. BioScience 37: 616–618. 1987.

Serpotortellaceae, a new family of mosses (Musci) from Madagascar. Bryologist 90: 230–236. 1987. (W. D. Reese, first author)

Comparison of Calymperaceae with Pottiaceae. Bryologist 91: 18–20. 1988. (W. D. Reese, first author)

Typification of Serpotortella Dixon (Musci). Bryologist 91: 136. 1988. (W. D. Reese, first author)

Seven new genera in Pottiaceae (Musci) and a lectotype for Syntrichia. Phytologia 65: 424–436. 1989.

TAXACOM: A new service for systematic botany. Evol. Trends in Plants 4: 7–8, 1990.

TAXACOM: An electronic service for biosystematics. J. Student Res. 1(2): 35–36. 1990.

Globe Thistle new to Western New York. Clintonia 7(4): 1–2. 1992.

A new combination in Pottia. Novon 3: 92. 1993.

Barbula amplexifolia from the Altai Mountains of Russia. Bryologist 96:  638–639. 1993. (M. Ignatov, first author)

A bibliography of the Pottiaceae (Musci). Flora Online Issue 8, Ver. 2.0. 291,417 bytes. 1993.

Electronic journals: observations based on actual trials, 1987–present. Solstice 4(1). (S. L. Arlinghaus, first author). 1993.

Acaulon, Anoectangium, Barbula, Bryoceuthospora, Bryoerythrophyllum, Desmatodon, Didymodon, Eucladium, Gymnostomiella, Gymnostomum, Gyroweisia, Hymenostylium, Hyophila, Leptodontium, Luisierella, Molendoa, Morinia, Neohyophila, Oxystegus, Phascum, Pleurochaete, Pottia, Pseudosymblepharis, Pseudocrossidium, Rhamphidium, Rhexophyllum, Scopelophila, Streptocalypta, Timmiella, Tortella, Trichostomum, Tuerckheimia, Uleobryum, Weisiopsis, Weissia. In A. J. Sharp, H. A. Crum & P. M. Eckel (eds.), Moss Flora of Mexico. Mem. New York Bot. Gard., Vol. 69. Pp. 211–319, 356–359, 372–386. 1994.

Phylogenetic relationships of Hyophiladelphus gen. nov. (Pottiaceae, Musci) and a perspective on the cladistic method. Bryologist 98: 363–374. 1995.

Didymodon nevadensis, a new species for North America, with comments on phenology. Bryologist 98: 590–595. (L. R. Stark and G. Marrs-Smith, junior authors.) 1995.

Conservation of evolutionary diversity in Pottiaceae (Musci). Anales del Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Serie Botánica 67(1): 89–97. 1996.

Pottiaceae, mossor i kärva miljöer. Myrinia 6: 12–23. 1996. (Transl. by L. Söderström of key to Pottiaceae from Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 32, by R. H. Zander)

A Moss List for Latin America. [Review of:] Delgadillo M., Claudio, Bernadina Bello, & Angeles Cárdenas S. 1995. LATMOSS: A Catalogue of Neotropical Mosses. Systematic Botany 22: 256–257. 1996.

Didymodon anserinocapitatus (Musci, Pottiaceae) new to the New World. Bryologist 100: 237–238. (W. Weber, second author.) 1997.

On mounting delicate bryophytes in glycerol. Bryologist 100: 380–382. 1997.

Biodiversity training for postmodern K-12's. ASC Newsletter 25(3): 31–32. 1997.

Three nomenclatural changes in Pottiaceae (Musci). Bryologist 100(4): 520–521. 1997.

A phylogrammatic evolutionary analysis of the moss genus Didymodon in North America North of Mexico. Bull. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. 36: 81–115. 1998.

Didymodon anserinocapitatus new to Russia from the Yenisey River, South Siberia. Arctoa 7: 33–35. 1998. (T. N. Otnyukova, first author)

Five proposals to amend the Code, and report of the IAPT Special Committee on Electronic Publishing and Databasing. Taxon 47: 175–177. (K. L. Wilson, second author). 1998.

Phylogenetic reconstruction, a critique. Taxon 47: 681–693. 1998.

A thousand-year perspective. ASC Newsletter 26(6): 1–2. 1998.

A new species of Didymodon (Bryopsida) from western North America and a regional key to the taxa. Bryologist 102: 112–115. 1999.

Four moss species new to Greenland: Barbula amplexifolia, Didymodon brachyphyllus, D. michiganensis, and Gyroweisia tenuis (Pottiaceae, Musci). Lindbergia 24: 77-83. 1999. (G. S. Mogensen, first author).

A new species of Hennediella from Chile. Bryologist 102: 349-351. (M. Mahú, second author). 1999.

Neophoenix (Pottiaceae), a new African moss genus found through soil diaspore bank analysis. Taxon 48: 657-662. (H. J. During, second author.) 1999.

Hilpertia velenovskyi (Musci, Pottiaceae) new to the Arctic from Ellesmere Island, northeastern Canada. Bryologist 102: 753-755. 1999. (G. Mogensen, first author.)

Deconstructing Reconstruction: When are the Results of Parsimony and Statistical Phylogenetic Analysis Genuine Advances? Buffalo Museum of Science Web site, http://www.buffalomuseumofscience.org/BOTANYDECON/moweb.htm, Feb. 19, 1999 (revised Feb. 12, 2001). 2001.

Invited comments, First Smithsonian Botanical Symposium. Plant Press 4(2): 15. 2001.

A conditional probability of reconstruction measure for internal cladogram branches. Syst. Biol. 50: 425-437. 2001.

The number of gene trees necessary for a probabilistic reconstruction of the species tree. Buffalo Museum of Science Web Site, www.buffalomuseumofscience.org/botany/num/num_trees.htm, Sept. 11, 2001.

Didymodon tectorum and D. brachyphyllus (Musci, Pottiaceae) in North America. Bryologist 104: 372-377. (R. Ochyra, second author.) 2001.

The genera Didymodon and Bryoerythrophyllum (Pottiaceae) in Antarctica. J. Bryol. 24: 33-44. (R. Ochyra, first author.) 2002.

A new species of Didymodon (Musci) from California. Madroño 48: 298-300. 2001 [2002].

On the Present Revolution. Buffalo Museum of Science Web Site,  www.buffalomuseumofscience.org/botany/postmod.htm, June 3, 2002.

Curse. Clinton Herbarium, Buffalo Museum of Science. 2003.

Reliable phylogenetic resolution of morphological data can be better than that of molecular data. Taxon 52: 109-112. 2003.

Minimal values for reliability of bootstrap and jackknife proportions, decay index, and Bayesian posterior probability. Phyloinformatics 2: 1--13. 2004.

Report of the Special Committee on electronic publishing with two proposals to amend the Code. Taxon 53: 592-594. 2004.

Anoectangium handelii (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida) in the New World. Bryologist 108: 47-49. 2005. W. A. Weber, junior author.

Molendoa ogalalensis (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida) new to Mexico. Bryologist 108: 129-130. 2005.

[Review of:] Chaia Clara Heyn and Ilana Herrnstadt (Editors). The Bryophyte Flora of Israel and Adjacent Regions. Bryologist 108: 478-479. 2005.

Didymodon bistratosus (Pottiaceae, Bryopsida) in the New World. Bryologist 108: 540-543. J. A. Jiménez & T. Sagar, junior authors. 2005.

Unaccounted Assumptions. Res Botanica, a Missouri Botanical Garden Web site. 2005. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/ResBot/Phyl/Unaccounted.htm  December 22, 2005.

Initiation of search for fossil traits in the genome. Bryological Times 119: 5-6. 2006. (May 2006 issue)

100,000-Hour Rated LED Lamp for Dissecting Microscope. Res Botanica, a Missouri Botanical Garden Web site. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/meth/led.htm 2006. (May 23, 2006)

The Pottiaceae s.str. as an evolutionary Lazarus taxon. J. Hattori Bot. Lab. 100: 581--602.  2006.

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Tables for Approximation of Bootstrap and Decay Index to Confidence Intervals. Res Botanica, a Missouri Botanical Garden Web site. 2006. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/Phyl/BPandDItables.htm  March 20, 2006.

Results of search for fossil traits in the genome. Bryol. Times 121: 7. 2006.

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Triquetrella mxinwana, a new moss species from South Africa, with a phylogenetic and biogeographic hypothesis for the genus. J. Bryology 29: 151-160. 2007. (T. A. Hedderson, first author.)

Nine easy steps for constructing reliable trees from published phylogenetic analyses. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 94: 691--709. 2007.

Bryological investigation of two mounting media. Bryological Times 123: 16--17. 2007.

Ludorugbya springbokorum (Pottiaceae) a new moss genus and species from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. J. Bryology 29: 222--227. 2007. (T. A. Hedderson, first author.)

Chenia ruigtevleia (Pottiaceae), a new moss species from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Bryologist 111: 496--500. 2008. (T. A. Hedderson, first author.)

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The reliability of overall convergence relationships in cladophenograms. Res Botanica February 14, 2008 http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/Phyl/Zander-Convergence.pdf

Statistical evaluation of the clade “Rhabdoweisiaceae.” Bryologist 111: 292--301. 2008.

Evolutionary inferences from non-monophyly on molecular trees. Taxon 57: 1182--1188. 2008.

Vrolijkheidia circumscissa (Pottiaceae), a new moss genus and species from the Succulent Karoo of South Africa. J. Bryol. 30: 143--146. (T. A. Hedderson, senior author). 2008.

Algaria nataliei (Pottiaceae), a new moss genus and species from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. J. Bryol. 30: 192--195. (T. A. Hedderson, senior author). 2008.

Electronic journals: Then and now . . . A fifteen year retrospective. Solstice 19(2). December, 2008. A. L. Arlinghaus, first author. http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ecopyrght/image/solstice/win08/ Persistent URL: http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/58219 

The Zetetoscope, a New Instrument for Taxonomy. 2008. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/Meth/zetetoscope.htm, January 28, 2009.

Evolutionary analysis of five bryophyte families using virtual fossils. Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid 66: 119--134.  2009.

Short Essays on Macroevolution in Classification. Res Botanica (a Missouri Botanical Garden Web Site), St. Louis. November 3, 2009. Pg. 1–29. http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/21EvSy.htm 2009.

Acaulonopsis, a new moss genus of the Pottiaceae from Western Cape Province of South Africa, and comments on Vrolijkheidia. J. Bryol. 31: 234–239. (T. A. Hedderson, junior author.) 2009.

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Fermi Problems and Systematics. Res Botanica (a Missouri Botanical Garden Web Site), St. Louis.  January 29, 2010 http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/resbot/Essa/FermiProblSyst.htm  2010.

Taxon mapping exemplified punctuated equilibrium and atavistic saltation. Plant Syst. Evol. 286: 69--90. 2010.

Sporophytes in the genus Saitobryum (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta). Gayana Bot. 67: 124--128. 2010. First and second authors: G. M. Suárez & M. M. Schiavone.

Structuralism in phylogenetic systematics. Biological Theory 5: 383–394. 2010 (2011)

Picobryum, a new genus of Pottiaceae (Bryophyta) from South Africa, and an erratum for Acaulonopsis. J. Bryol. 33: 130–133.

A new species of Crossidium (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) from South Africa. J. Bryol. 33: 304–307. T. A. Hedderson, second author. 2011.

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