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Reports, Plant Lists, and Inventories for New Mexico

Miscellaneous Reports

(Mostly) Unpublished Plant Lists and Inventories (Downloadable)

Arranged alphabetically by County.

Published Plant Lists (Not Downloadable)

  • Adams, P.T. 1998. An inventory of herbaceous vascular aquatic plants of perennial waters of southwestern New Mexico. MS Thesis, New Mexico State University.
  • Allred, K.W. 2005. A Field Guide to the Grasses of New Mexico. 3rd ed. New Mexico Agr. Exp. Sta.
  • Alverson, E. 1991. New Mexico's Organ Mountains: A foray into the world of desert ferns. Native Plant Society of New Mexico Newsletter 16(3):1, 3-5.
  • Austin, D.F. 1990. Annotated checklist of New Mexican Convolvulaceae. Sida 14(2):273-286.
  • Baker, W.L. 1983. Alpine vegetation of Wheeler Peak, New Mexico, U.S.A.: gradient analysis, classification, and biogeography. Arctic and Alpine Research 15:223-240.
  • Bedker, E.J. 1966. A study of the flora of the Manzano mountains. MA Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Bleakly, D.L. 1994. Flora and vegetation of El Malpais National Monument area, New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Bleakly, D.L. & E. DeBruin. 1998. Flora and vegetation of Melrose Air Force Range, Roosevelt and Curry counties, New Mexico. New Mexico Naturalist's Notes 1(1):28-42.
  • Carter, J.L. n.d. Gymnosperms of New Mexico. Publ. by the author.
  • Carter, J.L. 1997. Trees and Shrubs of New Mexico. Mimbres Publishing. ISBN 0-9658404-0-9
  • Carter, J.L. & C.A. Huff. 1996. A final report on the vascular flora of the Gila National Forest (The Negrito Ecosystem Project). Prepared for Gila National Forest.
  • Castetter, J.L. & P. Prince. 1967. Cacti of New Mexico. Cactus and Succulent Journal of America 39:61-65.
  • Cockerell, T.D.A. 1900. The lower and middle Sonoran zones in Arizona and New Mexico. American Naturalist 34:285-293.
  • Cockerell, T.D.A. 1903. A trip to the Truchas Peaks, New Mexico. American Naturalist 37:887-891.
  • Cockerell, T.D.A. 1904. The roses of Pecos, New Mexico. Proceedings of the Acacdemy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia 1904:108-118.
  • Cockman, J.S. & R.D. Pieper. 1997. A preliminary checklist of plant species for the southern foothills of the Sacramento Mountains, Otero County, New Mexico. Res. Rpt. 721. New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station, Las Cruces.
  • Coleman, R.A. 2002. The Wild Orchids of Arizona and New Mexico. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY. 248 pp.
  • Columbus, J.T. 1988. Flora of Cooke's Range, southwestern New Mexico. MS Thesis, New Mexico State University.
  • Cully, A. & P. Knight. 1987. A handbook of vegetation maps of New Mexico counties. Santa Fe: New Mexico Natural Resources Dept.
  • Davis, K.J. 1956. Central New Mexico seed plants exclusive of trees and cacti. M.A. Thesis, New Mexico Highlands University.
  • DeBruin, E.A. 1988. Vascular plants and lichens on lava and sandstone substrates in Cibola County, New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Dickerman, C. 1985. Mid-nineteenth-century botanical exploration in New Mexico. New Mexico Historical Review 60, no. 2:159-71.
  • Dittmer, H.J., E.F. Castetter, & O.M. Clark. 1954. The Ferns and Fern Allies of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
  • Eastman, A. 1897. Report upon a small collection of plants from the White Sands of New Mexico. Proceedings of the California Academy of Science, series III, 1:72-75.
  • Fletcher, R.A. 1978. A floristic assessment of the Datil Mountains. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Flowers, S. 1961. Vegetation of the Navajo Reservoir Basin in Colorado and New Mexico, p. 15-46. IN: D.M. Pendergast & C.C. Stout (eds.). Anthropological Papers, 55. University of Utah, Salt Lake City.
  • Forbes, A.C. 1999. A floristic inventory of the New Mexico State University Range and Livestock Research Center. MS Thesis, New Mexico State University.
  • Forbes, A.C. & K.W. Allred. 2001. A Field Guide to the Flora of New Mexico State University's Corona Range and Livestock Research Center. New Mex. St. Univ. Agr. Exp. Sta. Res. Rpt. 745. 56 pp.
  • Fosberg, F.R. 1931. The cacti of the Pyramid Peak region, Dona Ana County, New Mexico. South. Calif. Acad. Sci. Bull. 30:67-73.
  • Fosberg, F.R. 1040. The aestival flora of the Mesilla Valley region, New Mexico. Amer. Midl. Natural. 23:573-593.
  • Foxx, T.S. & D. Hoard. 1995. Flowering Plants of the Southwestern Woodlands. Otowi Crossing Press, Los Alamos, NM. 208 pp.
  • Garcia, J.D. 1970. A study of the genus Potentilla in New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Gehlbach, F.R. 1967. Vegetation of the Guadalupe Escarpment, New Mexcio-Texas. Ecology 48:404-419.
  • Gehlbach, F.R., L.M. Shields, & J. Crispin. 1965. Vascular plants of Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico, and adjacent Guadalupe Mountains (New Mexico-Texas).
  • Gray, A. 1849. Plantae fendlerianae novi-mexicanae: An account of a collection of plants made chiefly in the vicinity of Santa Fe, New Mexico, by August Fendler, with descriptions of new species, critical remarks, and characters of other undescribed or little known plants from surrounding regions. Mem. American Acad. n. ser. 4:1-116.
  • Heil, K.D. & S. Barck. 1985. Cacti of Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Cactus and Succulent Journal 58:67-69, 80-81.
  • Heil, K.D. & S.L. O'Kane Jr. 2003. Catalog of the Four Corners flora: Vascular plants of the San Juan River drainage, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Harvard Papers in Botany 7(2):321-379.
  • Ivey, R.D. 2003. Flowering plants of New Mexico. 4th ed. Publ. by the author. [line drawings]
  • Knight, P.J., R. Fletcher, & W.C. Martin. 1998. An analysis of the flora of the Canadian River Canyon, Mills Canyon section. New Mexico Naturalist's Notes 1(1):59-91.
  • Lebgue, T. & K.W. Allred. 1985. Flora of the Fort Stanton Experimental Ranch, Lincoln County, New Mexico. Res. Rpt. 557. New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station.
  • Mackay, H.A. 1970. A comparative floristic study of the Rio Hondo Canyon-Lake Fork-Wheeler Peak locale, New Mexico and the Huerfano River-Blanco Peak locale, Colorado. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico.
  • Mahrt, M. and J.R. Bacon. 1991. Inventory of listed species; Joint Task Force Six operations; Luna, Dona Ana, and Hidalgo Counties, New Mexico. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque, and Joint Task Force Six, Fort Bliss.
  • Manthey, G.T. 1977. A floristic analysis of the Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge and Ladron Mountains. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Martin, W.C. & R. Hutchins. 1992, revised. Flora of New Mexico [Sandia Flora]: Biol. 363 Lab Manual. [available from UNM Herbarium]
  • Martin, W.C. and C.R. Hutchins. 1980, 1981. A Flora of New Mexico. Vols. 1,2. Vaduz, Germany, J. Cramer.
  • Metcalfe, O.B. 1903. The Flora of the Mesilla Valley. Senior Thesis. New Mexico State University.
  • Moir, W. on-going. Flora of the Central Peloncillo Mountains. Available at The Bioresearch Ranch, Box 117, Rodeo, NM 88056.
  • Niles, W.E. 1961. A winter key to the trees and shrubs of the Chiricahua Mountains and adjacent areas of southwestern Arizona. MS Thesis, New Mexico State University.
  • Nisbet, G.T. 1942. A study of the genus Penstemon in New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Olsen, M.C. 1965. A systematic study of the genus Castilleja in New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Osborn, N.L. 1962. The flora of Mount Taylor. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Osborn, N.L. 1966. A comparative floristic study of Mount Taylor and Redondo Peak, New Mexico. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of New Mexico.
  • Peterson, R. 1993. Plants of San Andres Canyon, Otero County, New Mexico. [available from the author]
  • Peterson, R. 1998. Plants of the Armendaris Ranch. [on-going list available from the author]
  • Peterson, R.S., R.D. Ivey, J. Duft, & G. Cox. 2000. Inventory of Clayton Lake flora. [available from the author]
  • Reveal, J.L. 1976. Eriogonum (Polygonaceae) of Arizona and New Mexico. Phytologia 34(5):409-484.
  • Riffle, N.L. 1973. The flora of Mount Sedgwick and vicinity. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Roalson, E.H. & K.W. Allred. 1998. A floristic study in the Diamond Creek drainage area, Gila National Forest, New Mexico. Aliso 17(1):47-62.
  • Robertson, C.W. 1968. A study of the flora of the Cochiti and Bland Canyons of the Jemez mountains. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Rominger, J.M. 1955. Contributions to the Gramineae of Bernalillo County, New Mexico. M.S. Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Rusby, H.H. 1889. General floral features of the San Francisco and Mogollon Mountains of Arizona and New Mexico, and their adjacent regions. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 8:76-81.
  • Sivinski, R.C. 1995. A botanical inventory of Pecos National Historical Park, New Mexico. National Park Service, Southwest Regional Office, Santa Fe.
  • Sivinski, R.C. 2007. Checklist of Vascular Plants in the Sandia and Manzano Mountains of Central New Mexico. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Southwestern Biology. May be accessed on-line at "http://www.msb.unm.edu/publications/documents/OccPap-MSB-N10- Sivinski2007.pdf"
  • Sivinski, R., G. Fitch, & A. Cully. 1990. Botanical inventory of the Middle Rio Grande Bosque, final report. NM Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Dept, Santa Fe.
  • Sivinski, R. and K. Lightfoot. 1995. Inventory of rare and endangered plants of New Mexico. 3rd ed. New Mexico Forestry and Resources Conservation Division, Misc. Publ. No. 4.
  • Standley, P.C. 1909. Notes on the flora of the Pecos River National Forest. Muhlenbergia 5:17-30.
  • Standley, P.C. 1910. The type localities of plants first described from New Mexico. Contr. U.S. National Herbarium 13:141-228.
  • Stutts, L.R. & T.M. Sperry. 1968. A vegetational survey of Oasis State Park. New Mexico Acad. Sci. Bull. 9(2):27-42.
  • Tatschl, A.K. 1966. A floristic study of the San Pedro parks wild area, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Tidestrom, I. and M.T. Kittell. 1941. A flora of Arizona and New Mexico. Catholic Univ. of America.
  • Von Loh, J.D. 1977. A flora of the San Andres National Wildlife Refuge, Dona Ana County, New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Wagner, W.L. 1977. Floristic affinities of Animas Mountains, southwestern New Mexico. MS Thesis, University of New Mexico.
  • Watson, J.R. 1908. Manual of the more common flowering plants growing without cultivation in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. Bull. Univ. New Mexico, No. 49.
  • Watson, J.R. 1910. Plant geography of north-central New Mexico. Contr. Hull Bot. Labor. 160:194-217.
  • Wooton, E.O. 1903. The ferns of the Organ Mountains. Torreya 3:161-164.
  • Wooton, E.O. & P.C. Standley. 1912. The grasses and grasslike plants of New Mexico. New Mex. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 81. 175 p.
  • Wooton, E.O. and P.C. Standley. 1915. Flora of New Mexico. Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 19:1-794.
  • Worthington, R.D. 1998. Inventory of the flora of the Little Hatchet Mountains, Grant and Hidalgo counties, New Mexico. [available from the author]
  • Worthington, R.D. 1998. Inventory of the flora of the Florida Mountains, Luna County, New Mexico. [available from the author]
  • Worthington, R.D. 1999. Inventory of the flora of the New Mexico portion of the Guadalupe Mountains, Otero and Eddy Counties, New Mexico. [available from the author]
  • Yarborough, S.C. & A.M. Powell. 2002. Ferns and Fern-Allies of the Trans-Pecos and Adjacent Areas. Texas Tech University Press, 116 pp.