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PAULOWNIACEAE, the Princesstree Family by Pedro Jiménez-Mejías. Keywords: Paulowniaceae, Paulownia, Flora, Floristics, North America. http://dx.doi.org/1021135/893275471.086.
In the New Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada the Clethraceae is represented by two species. As family treatments are completed for the New Manual, these are being made available as downloadable PDFs. The New Manual is a multi-year project by the New York Botanical Garden to fully revise and update the classic Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada, Second Edition, by Gleason and Cronquist (1991, NYBG Press), in order to enable identification of all plants growing spontaneously in a vast region comprising portions or entirety of 22 states and 5 Canadian provinces (see map here). These family treatments are indispensable to all those interested having the most up-to-date information for this region of North America's rich botanical resources, serving the vascular plant reference needs especially of students, conservationists, wildlife managers, educators, gardeners, and citizen scientists. For a full list of PDF sections click here.
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Pedro Jiménez-MejÍas is a Spanish born botanist. He has participated in the preparation of several floras and now has the honor of authoring several families in the updated version of the Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada. Dr. Jiménez-MejÍas is a multidisciplinary researcher in the plant sciences. His expertise is in taxonomy, systematics and evolution of sedges (Cyperaceae), borages (Boraginaceae), and mignonettes (Resedaceae), although he has worked the taxonomy of other plant groups as well. He has also published in the fields of paleobotany and conservation biology. Currently, he is researching the evolution and taxonomy of the Boreotemperate genus Carex in the Neotropics. To link to Pedro Jimé-MejÍas' site click here.