Principes 1990

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Vol. 34, No. 1

Calamus pilosellus Chamaedorea tuerckheimmi  and Chamaedorea amabilis

Front cover:  Calamus pilosellus in Brunei -- even Rattans can make elegant ornamentals.  Photo by John Dransfield.
Back cover:  Top:  Chamaedorea tuerckheimmi (Dammer) Burret is one of the smallest palms known.  Bottom:  Chamaedorea amabilis   Photos by Donald R. Hodel.
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Contents for January 1990

Chamaedorea amabilis:  an Ornamental Species from Central America
Donald R. Hodel
New Era Ushered in at the Retreat
Leonard Goldstein
Nutritional Composition of the Fruits of Doum Palms (Hyphaene) from the West Coast of India
S.D. Bonde, Vaishali V. Agate, and D.K. Kulkarni
Nipah Leaflets as Wrappers for Cigarettes
T.A. Davis, B. Jamadon, and A.J. Mohd. Noh
A Preliminary Analysis of the Palm Flora of the Philippine Islands
Edwino S. Fernando
Chamaedorea stolonifera
Louis R. Hooper

Vol. 34, No. 2

Phoenix theophrastiPinanga veitchii

Front cover:  Phoenix theophrasti, pistillate plant in flower, Vai, Crete.   Photo by John Dransfield.
Back cover:  Pinanga veitchii, Bt. Patam, Brunei.  Photo by John Dransfield.

Contents for April 1990

Palms in the Mountain Cloud Forests of Kona, Hawaii
Norman Bezona
Two New Species of Chamaedorea from Mexico
Donald R. Hodel and Natalie W. Uhl
Demography of the Needle Palm, Rhapidophyllum hystrix, in Mississippi and Alabama
Keith E. Clancy and Michael J. Sullivan
Juania australis in Habitat
Gunther and Paul Mahalik
Controlled Pollination in Raphia hookeri:  II.  Handling of Pollen
M.O. Otedoh and E.C. Okolo
The Palmetum:  Its Objectives and Development
Robert Tucker
Regeneration of Severed Roots in Washingtonia robusta and Phoenix reclinata
Timothy K. Broschat and Henry Donselman
 

Vol. 34, No. 3

Pseudophoenix vinifera Dictyosperma album, Caryota mitis, Roystonea regia, Hyophorbe verschaffeltii

Front cover:  Pseudophoenix vinifera growing near Source Matelas in the Dep. de l'Ouest, Haiti.  Photo by Andrews Henderson
Back cover:  Four species affected by potassium deficiency.   Dictyosperma album, upper left.  Caryota mitis, upper right.  Roystonea regia, lower left.  Hyophorbe verschaffeltii, lower right. 

Contents for July 1990

A New Species and Synopsis of a Distinctive and Natural Subgroup of Chamaedorea
Donald R. Hodel and Natalie W. Uhl
New Species of Chamaedorea from Costa Rica and Panama
Donald R. Hodel and Natalie W. Uhl
Conservation Status of Haitian Palms
Andrew Henderson, Michel Aubry, Joel Timyan, and Michael Balick
The Spread of Lethal Coconut Diseases in West Africa:  Incidence of Awka Disease (or Bronze Leaf Wilt) in the Ishan Area of Bendel State of Nigeria
E.N. Ekpo and E.E. Ojomo
Potassium Deficiency of Palms in South Florida
Timothy K. Broschat
 

Vol. 34, No. 4

Washingtonia filifera Chamaedorea seifrizii

Front cover:  Washingtonia filifera is well established in Palm Canyon in the Kofa Mountains of Arizona. 
Back cover:  Chamaedorea seifrizii decorated as a Christmas tree.   Photo by Walter H. Hodge.

Contents for October 1990

New Species and Notes of Related Taxa in Chamaedorea Subgenus Stephanostachys
Donald R. Hodel
Arizona's Own Palm:  Washingtonia filifera
Victor J. Miller
Flower Biology and Pollinators of the Amazonian Monoecious Palm, Geonoma macrostachys:   A Case of Bakerian Mimicry
Jens Mogens Olesen and Henrik Balslev
Intergeneric Hybridization between Coccothrinax and Thrinax (Palmae:  Coryphoideae)
Clifton E. Nauman
Identification of Amazonian Palm Genera from Vegetative Characters
Francis Kahn
 

 

 

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