Niagara Issues:
Questionable Species at Niagara

P. M. Eckel
Res Botanica
Missouri Botanical Garden

http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/ResBot/niag/

August 2, 2018

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Niagara River gorge looking upstream

 

Questionable Species at Niagara

 

The Odd Case of Picris hieracoides L. at Niagara Falls. P. M. Eckel.

 

Hidden in Plain Sight: The St. Lucie Cherry and the Callery Pear. P. M. Eckel.

 

The Strange Case of Eupatorium serotinum Michx. in the Buffalo-Niagara Area. P. M. Eckel.

 

Seaside Goldenrod (Solidago sempervirens L. var. sempervirens) in Buffalo and Niagara Falls, New York. Part I. P. M. Eckel, J. Schlegel & M. Siuta.

 

Seaside Goldenrod (Solidago sempervirens L. var. sempervirens) in Buffalo and Niagara Falls, New York. Part II. P. M. Eckel, J. Schlegel & M. Siuta.

 

Centaurea x moncktonii C. E. Britton, Meadow or Protean Knapweed in the Niagara Frontier Region. P. M. Eckel.

 

The Echium Bugloss Imp along the Niagara River, USA. P. M Eckel.

 

The Invasive Species Galega officinalis in Landscaping Along Gill Creek at Porter Road, Niagara Falls, New York. P. M. Eckel.

 

The Curious Distribution of Geum urbanum (Rosaceae) and Lapsana communis (Asteraceae) in the Niagara Gorge. P. M. Eckel.

 

Dipsacus laciniatus and Cornus sericea: The Porter Road Problem at Niagara Falls. P. M. Eckel.

 

 

 

Direct all comments to:

P. M. Eckel patricia.eckel@mobot.org