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  • Larry Noblick
    Henderson and L Noblick 2010 Arecaceae Pp 665 675 in R Campostrini Forzza et al 2010 Catálogo de plantas e fungos do Brasil Volume 1 Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro Lorenzi H L R Noblick F Kahn and E Ferreira 2010 Brazilian flora Lorenzi Arecaceae Palms Instituto Plantarum Nova Odessa Noblick L R and H Lorenzi 2010 Lytocaryum including a new species from Bahia Brazil Palms 54 5 17 Noblick L R and H Lorenzi 2010 New Syagrus Species from Brazil Palms 54 18 42 Griffith M P I L Danielson C D Bacon and L R Noblick 2010 Pritchardia challenges at the Montgomery Botanical Center The Palm Journal 193 28 30 Namoff S C E Husby J Francisco Ortega L R Noblick C E Lewis and M P Griffith 2010 How well does a botanical garden collection of a rare palm capture the genetic variation in a wild population Biological Conservation 143 1110 1117 Noblick L R 2009 Syagrus evansiana a new palm from Minas Gerais Brazil Palms 53 3 113 118 Noblick L R 2009 Dr Sidney Fredrick Glassman 1919 2008 Palms 53 153 155 Meerow A L Noblick J Borrone T Couvreur M Mauro Herrera W Hahn D Kuhn K Nakamura N Oleas R Schnell 2009 Phylogenetic Analysis of Seven WRKY Genes Across the Palm Subtribe Attaleinae Areceaceae Identifies Syagrus as Sister Group of the Coconut PLoS ONE e7353 Griffith M Patrick John L Dowe Larry R Noblick I Laurie Danielson 2009 Arechontophoenix at Montgomery Botanical Center The Palm Journal 102 12 14 Noblick L R C E Husby and M P Griffith 2008 The Palm Collection at Montgomery Botanical Center Public Garden 23 26 29 Griffith M P L R Noblick and A Strader 2008 Sabal Collections at Montgomery Botanical Center The Palm Journal 189 8 9 Griffith M P L R Noblick J L Dowe C E Husby and M A Calonje 2008 Cyclone tolerance in New World Arecaceae Biographic variation and abiotic natural selection Annals of Botany 102 591 598 Pintaud J C G Galeano H Balslev R Bernal F Brochsenius E Fwerreira J J de Granville K Meija G Millan M Moraes L Noblick F W Stauffer and F Kahn 2008 Las palmeiras de America del Sur diversidad distribucion e historia evolutiva Rev peru biol 15 supl 1 007 029 Noblick L R M P Griffith and L Danielson 2006 Montgomery Botanical Center s Ptychosperma and Veitchia collections The Palm Journal 183 16 18 Noblick L R 2006 The grassy Butia Arecaceae two new species and a new combination Palms 50 4 167 178 Noblick L R 2006 The Attalea of Montgomery Botanical Center The Palm Journal 185 12 20 Noblick L R 2005 A Syagrus update The Palm Journal 179 5 8 Noblick L R 2004 Transfer of Syagrus campicola to Butia Palms 48 1 42 Noblick L R 2004 Syagrus cearensis a twin stemmed new palm from Brazil Palms 48 2 70 76 Noblick L R 2004

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  • M. Patrick Griffith
    Ma A W Meerow J Francisco Ortega and M P Griffith 2013 What is the Conservation Value of a Plant in a Botanic Garden Using Indicators to Improve Management of ex situ Collections Botanical Review Griffith M P M A Calonje D W Stevenson C E Husby and D P Little 2012 Time place and relationships cycad phenology in a phylogenetic and biogeographic context Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 106 59 81 Kay J A Strader V Murphy L Nghiem Phu M Calonje and M P Griffith 2011 Palma Corcho A Case Study in Botanic Garden Conservation Horticulture and Economics HortTechnology 21 4 474 481 Namoff S C E Husby J Francisco Ortega L R Noblick C E Lewis and M P Griffith 2010 How well does a botanical garden collection of a rare palm capture the genetic variation in a wild population Biological Conservation 143 1110 1117 Link to full publication list Other recent articles selected Griffith M P F Tut W Mesh and M Calonje 2014 Eighteen people three horses and three dogs a cycad conservation expedition in southern Belize Encephalartos Journal of the Cycad Society of South Africa 116 17 22 Griffith M P J Francisco Ortega and A Cibrian Jaramillo eds 2013 Special Issue on Genetics and Plant Conservation in Latin America Botanical Review Witcher E and P Griffith 2011 Remote sensing as a botanic garden tool Arnoldia 69 23 32 Griffith M P C E Husby and M Calonje 2010 Cycad collections development in the modern context Challenges opportunities investments and outcomes Proc of the 4th Global Botanic Gardens Congress Griffith P and C Husby 2010 The price of conservation measuring the mission and its cost BGJournal 7 12 14 Link to full publication list Field experience Belize 2008 2014 Cayman Islands 2012

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  • Interns at Montgomery Botanical Center
    Interns Montgomery Botanical Center Internship Program Montgomery Botanical Center supports education in many ways One of our most successful programs is our internship program

    Original URL path: http://www.montgomerybotanical.org/Pages/Interns.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Hurricanes and plant collections
    that was informed by 2005 s hurricane season A study published in July 2008 used these data to investigate variation in hurricane tolerance in New World palms Below are links to pages showing some of the damage the collections sustained from the hurricanes that impacted Montgomery Botanical in 2005 including our cleanup and recovery efforts Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Wilma Just prior to Hurricane Wilma s visit Montgomery Botanical Center developed

    Original URL path: http://www.montgomerybotanical.org/Pages/Disasters.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Champion Trees
    a tree a champion It has to be the biggest of its kind in all of Florida and in some cases the entire United States Foresters from the Florida Division of Forestry measured the tree height circumference and crown width to rank and designate 29 new champions at MBC One of the oldest botanic gardens in South Florida Montgomery Botanical Center once called the Coconut Grove Palmetum has been in Coral Gables since 1932 In 1959 the MBC established as the Montgomery Foundation was founded as a not for profit institution Montgomery Botanical Center is well known internationally for its conservation work on palms cycads and tropical conifers Many trees at MBC were planted in Robert Montgomery s original collection in the 1930s Montgomery Botanical Center has the champion Barbados Silver Palm Palma Corcho Sausage Tree Shaving Brush Tree and more than twenty other champions How does a tree get to be a champion It s simple you plant the tree and give it decades of consistent dedicated care says Executive Director Patrick Griffith Here at Montgomery we ve been nurturing important trees for nearly 80 years The champion Beehive Trunk Palm was delivered to James Deering in 1915 from

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  • People at MBC
    MBC You are being directed to the Contact Us page Please update your links and bookmarks 11901 Old Cutler Road Coral Gables Florida 33156 USA 305 667 3800 FAX 305

    Original URL path: http://www.montgomerybotanical.org/Pages/CHusby.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Martin-Rami Fund
    level by helping us grow the trees that are so important stated Tracy Magellan MBC Outreach Manager Dr Patrick Griffith MBC Executive Director states I m thrilled with the vision and colleagueship of Mrs Tessy Cardona She first spoke about her vision with Tracy last year and then Beatriz brought her family and friends to MBC to plant some important trees last June Now Beatriz has made a greater commitment and is involving a wider group Planting trees is at the heart of what we do at MBC I m truly grateful for Beatriz and the Martin Rami Fund who help enable that important work Agosto 2010 Fondo Martín Rami patrocina la siembra de árboles en MBC Montgomery Botanical Center se complace en anunciar el inicio del Fondo Martín Rami que patrocina la siembra de árboles en MBC El Fondo Martín Rami es la visión de la señora Beatriz Eugenia Cardona de Tessy quien comparte el mismo compromiso a los árboles vivos que el equipo de MBC Todos están de acuerdo que una de las mejores cosas que se pueden hacer es sembrar un árbol Los árboles proporcionan sombra limpian el aire proveen hábitat para las aves y embellecen el paisaje La siembra de un árbol es el primer paso pero su cuidado el seguimiento de su desarrollo y el velar por su salud tienen igual importancia Los árboles plantados en MBC son cuidadosamente atendidos y prosperan en el entorno del jardín botánico Más allá de los beneficios importantes que todos los árboles proveen los árboles en MBC son utilizados para investigaciones científicas y como recursos educativos Muchos árboles en MBC son los únicos representantes de su especie en los Estados Unidos El cuidado en el jardín botánico de especies de árboles poco comunes y amenazados ayuda a asegurar que estos tesoros vivos no se extingan De esta manera el Fondo Martín Rami mediante el patrocinio de la siembra de árboles en MBC promueve cuatro funciones fundamentales para la conservación el mejoramiento de nuestro medio ambiente el suministro de un recurso educativo para estudiantes la contribución a la investigación científica y el aseguramiento contra la extinción Beatriz escribe El Fondo Martín Rami patrocina árboles vivientes en honor a Martín Joseph Tessy Cardona y su ángel guardián Rami Chirara Su conciencia amorosa inspira este regalo al planeta así como todo el mundo independientemente de su situación puede contribuir a la siembra de un árbol de una manera sencilla y sostenible Cuando hablé con Beatriz y descubrí que ella estaba interesada en la siembra de árboles en MBC me emocioné Cada año tenemos más de 1000 árboles para plantar y cada pedacito de ayuda es muy preciada declaró Tracy Magellan Administradora de Extensión de MBC Dr Patrick Griffith Director Ejecutivo de MBC declara Estoy inspirado por la visión y compañerismo de la señora Cardona Después de discutir sus ideas con Tracy Beatriz trajo a su familia y amigos a MBC para plantar algunos árboles importantes en junio pasado Ahora Beatriz ha planteado

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  • History of the Palm Collection at Montgomery Botanical Center
    Fairchild the Colonel traveled around Florida in the summer of 1932 buying large specimen palms from nurseries growers and private collectors He bought specimens of every palm species known to be growing in Florida at that time about 150 species in all Tom Fennell of the U S Department of Agriculture Plant Introduction Station at Chapman Field was also very instrumental in the development of the palmetum In 1932 the Colonel successfully transplanted about 700 specimen palms to the estate and named it the Coconut Grove Palmetum Dr David Fairchild a celebrated plant explorer was instrumental in helping Col Robert Montgomery build his collection of palms The planting of the Palmetum began in 1932 On the right with their showy crownshafts are royal palms Roystonea regia that were planted along the main driveway In the foreground is a young Hyphorbe vershaffeltii or spindle palm By the end of 1933 ten acres had been cleared and 237 species and varieties of palms totaling over 1 000 mature specimens had been planted in the Palmetum Col Montgomery spent a total of 80 000 on plants grading landscaping and planting during those first two years This paled in comparison to the 10 000 he spent for the property and the 22 000 he spent to build his house Growth of the Coconut Grove Palmetum 1933 to 1990 Through his friend Dr David Fairchild the Colonel made many contacts throughout the world from whom he received seed The Colonel continued to work aggressively to cultivate even more contacts and thus obtained plants from practically every portion of the tropics receiving over 900 lots of seed from over 200 foreign sources during one two year period The palms grown from those seed represented approximately 155 species bringing the total number of species of palms in

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