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Vol. 38, No. 1
Front cover: Caryota cumingii growing in the Botanic Garden, Caracas, Venezuela.
Photo by Andrew Henderson.
Back cover: The colorful fruiting branches of Oenocarpus balickii, a
recently described Venezuelan palm. Photo by Andrew Henderson.
Photos are not to be used elsewhere without permission. All rights reserved.
Contents for January 1994
- This article is available online
The Coconut Palm in East Africa: 1. East African Tall
- M. Schuiling and H.C. Harries
- Pollination and Pollinator Breeding in Desmoncus
- Christina Listabarth
- Vegetative Growth in Chamaedorea bartlingiana
- Michele Ataroff and Teresa Schwarzkopf
- An Oklahoma Cottage Industry Utilizing the Dwarf Palm Sabal minor
- Peter W. Perschbacher
- African Bass/Piassava -- A Historical Perspective
- Paul Tuley
- Palms in the Cloud Forest of the Henri Pittier National Park, Venezuela
- Fred W. Stauffer and Hector Rodriguez R.
Vol. 38, No. 2
Front cover: Trachycarpus martianus in its natural
habitat, Khasia Hills, India.
Back cover: A young, cultivated plant of Trachycarpus
Contents for April 1994
- A Systematic Survey of Freeze-Damaged palms in the New Orleans Area after the
1989 Freeze of the Century
- Severn C. Doughty, Daniel J. Gill, and David C. Blouin
- The Days I Found Lakatra, and Trouble
- Henk Beentje
- Our Humble Beginnings
- Dennis Hundscheidt
- Growing Palms in a Temperate Climate: Principes Interview -- Ralph Velez
- Don Tollefson
- Trachycarpus martianus This article is available online
- Martin Gibbons and Tobias Spanner
- A Survey of Insects Associated with Coconut Palms in NIFOR Benin with Emphasis
on Possible Vectors of Bronze Leaf Wilt ("Awka wilt") Disease
- C.I. Aisagbonhi and K.O. Kolade
- The Vanishing Palms of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
- Sam P. Mathew and Susan Abraham
- Northern Limit of Palms in North America: Trachycarpus in Canada
- Nick Parker
- A Study of the in situ Situation of Four Species of Threatened Understory Palms
of the Genus Chamaedorea in the Wild in the State of Veracruz, Mexico
- Andrew P. Vovides and Miguel A. Garcia Bielma
Vol. 38, No. 3
Front cover: Parajubaea torallyi growing at 2000m, Vallegrande, Depto.
Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Back cover: Chrysalidocarpus decipiens growing on a rocky hillslope
west of Ambositra, Madagascar. Photo by David DuPuy.
Contents for July 1994
- The Conservation Status of Schippia concolor in Belize
- Michael J. Balick and Dennis Johnson
- Chrysalidocarpus decipiens
This article is
- Henk Beentje and John Dransfield
- Phoenix dactylifera Cultivars with Resistance to Graphiola Leaf Spot
- Laurence M. Bains
- The Coconut Palm in East Africa. 2. The Pemba Dwarf in Zanzibar
- E. Krain, J.A. Issa, A. Kullaya, and H.C. Harries
- The Distribution and Characteristics of Louisiana Petrified Palmwood
- Melvin E. Schmidt
- Ecology and Uses of Parajubaea torallyi in Bolivia
- Israel Vargas C.
- The Chamaedorea Research Collection in Los Angeles
- Donald R. Hodel
- Palms in Stone
- Wulf Killmann and John Dransfield
Vol. 38, No. 4
Front cover: Phoenix roebelenii, at the Golden Triangle
overlooking the Mekong River in Northern Thailand.
Back cover: Ravenea xerophila, growing in dry thorn
Contents for October 1994
- In Search of Phoenix roebelenii: The Xishuangbanna Palm
- Sasha Barrow
- Effects of Hurricane Joan on the Palms of the Caribbean Coast Rainforest of
- John Vandermeer
- Talk about New World Thrinacinae
- Lester Pancoast and Ken Johnson
- Ravenea in Madagascar
This article is
- Henk Beentje
- Illegal Palm Felling in Lokobe Reserve, Madagascar
- A.J. Adany, C.R. Birkinshaw and J.R. Andrews
- A Gem for Tissue Culture: Asterogyne spicata of Venezuela
- Sven Nehlin
- The Biennial Meeting of the International Palm Society (IPS) in Caracas,
- John David Rees
- Jardin Botanico de Caracas: A Tour by August Braun
- Phil Bergman