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Boggan, John

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National Museum of Natural History staff

selected publications

  • article

    • Clark, J. L., Skog, Laurence E., Boggan, John K., and Ginzbarg, S. 2020. "Index to names of New World members of the Gesneriaceae (subfamilies Sanangoideae and Gesnerioideae)." Rheedea, Journal of the Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy 30 (1):190-256. 2020
    • Wen, Jun, Lu, Li-Min, Nie, Ze-Long, Liu, Xiu-Qun, Zhang, Ning, Ickert-Bond, Stefanie, Gerrath, Jean, Manchester, Steven R., Boggan, John, and Chen, Zhiduan. 2018. "A new phylogenetic tribal classification of the grape family (Vitaceae)." Journal of Systematics and Evolution 56 (4):262-272. 2018
    • Wen, Jun, Lu, Li-Min, Hsu, Tsai-Wen, Viet-Cuong Dang, Habib, Sadaf, Boggan, John K., Okada, Hiroshi, Chen, I-Ju, and Chen, Zhi-Duan. 2018. "Pseudocayratia, a new genus of Vitaceae from China and Japan with two new species and three new combinations." Journal of Systematics and Evolution 56 (4):374-393. 2018
    • Wen, Jun, Boggan, John, and Nie, Ze-Long. 2014. "Synopsis of Nekemias Raf., a segregate genus from Ampelopsis Michx. (Vitaceae) disjunct between eastern/southeastern Asia and eastern North America, with ten new combinations." PhytoKeys (42): 11-19. 2014
    • Wen, Jun, Lu, L. M., and Boggan, J. K. 2013. "Diversity and evolution of Vitaceae in the Philippines." Philippine Journal of Science 142 (Special Issue):223-244. 2013
    • Dorr, Laurence J., Pilz, George E., and Boggan, John K. 2009. "The transfer of types from the Escuela Agrícola Panamericana to the U.S. National Herbarium in 1956 by Louis O. Williams." Taxon 58 (3):993-1001. 2009
    • Boggan, John K., Skog, Laurence E., and Roalson, Eric H. 2008. "A review of the Neotropical genera Amalophyllon, Niphaea, and Phinaea (Gesneriaceae - Gloxinieae)." Selbyana 29 (2):157-176. 2008
  • chapter

    • Boggan, John K., Cruden, R. W., and Meerow, A. W. 2007. "Liliaceae; Checklist of the Plants of the Guiana Shield (Venezuela: Amazonas, Bolivar, Delta Amacuro; Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana)." in Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, edited by Funk, Vicki Ann, Hollowell, Thomas H., Berry, P. E., Kelloff, Carol L., and Alexander, Sara N., 112-114. Smithsonian Institution. 2007