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  • Hurricane Wilma Damage Photos at MBC (p. 2)
    Katrina lost its head L while its partner was felled during Wilma R Leaf damage to Elaeis oleifera in the Lowland Palmetum L and Dypsis decaryi R in the Snapper Creek Hammock area An example of a felled tree A Veitchia arecina specimen snapped in mid trunk Root ball L and infructescence R of an 80 year old Corypha taliera that fell This palm was a Robert Montgomery original It had been flowering for more than a year and its seeds were not yet ripe This Acrocomia aculeata was blown over but it should recover after being re stood and staked This Caryota rumphiana was not so lucky it will not survive this fatal injury At least two large Bismarckia nobilis palms were decapitated the head of the palm on the left was literally wrapped around a neighboring royal palm Roystonea regia This used to be a nice Syagrus botryphora grove This is apparently not a good species for hurricane prone areas This oak tree had been propped back up after Katrina but it fell again destroying the shade structure that was built to protect the Chamaedorea palms underneath Huge Arenga pinnata felled Fronds stripped off royal palms Amazingly the

    Original URL path: http://www.montgomerybotanical.org/Pages/Wilma_Damage_Photos2.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Hurricane Wilma Cleanup Photos at MBC
    righted and staked Additional emergency efforts include whitewashing the trunks of downed trees to prevent them from being sunburned Above Christina L participates and solicits help from assistant curator Ericka Witcher R to protect the trunk of this fallen avocado tree Abbey Ericka and Patrick remove a large oak tree that fell into one of our Asian cycad beds This structure was built to protect the rare cycad below while the tree was cut up and removed Mario and Orlando clear debris Sergio applies fungicide to impacted palms MBC was without power for more than a week generators came in handy Thanks to Kelly Tractor for donating two large generators that powered the well pump and the main office until electricity was restored Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma removed nearly all of the shade in the this tropical Zamia bed Hostilio augured holes for the 2 X 4 posts that we installed to support a new temporary shade structure The completed shade structure will protect the shade loving zamias until new trees can be planted One of the few good things to come out of this hurricane was the use by researchers of some of the downed plant material Here are

    Original URL path: http://www.montgomerybotanical.org/Pages/Wilma_Cleanup_Photos.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • M. Patrick Griffith
    New York Botanical Garden 106 59 81 Santiago Valentin E J Sustache J Francisco Ortega C Figueroa Hernandez J Fuemero Caban and P Griffith 2012 Pseudophoenix sargentii on Mona Island Conservation Survey and a New Discovery Palms 56 3 78 90 Majure L C R Puente M P Griffith W S Judd P S Soltis and D E Soltis 2012 Phylogeny of Opuntia s s Cactaceae clade delineation geographic origins and reticulate evolution American Journal of Botany 99 847 864 Meerow A W J Francisco Ortega M Calonje M P Griffith T Alaya Silva D W Stevenson and K Nakamura 2012 Zamia Cycadales Zamiaceae on Puerto Rico Asymmetric Genetic Differentiation and the Hypothesis of Multiple Introductions American Journal of Botany 99 11 doi 10 3732 ajb 1200494 Anderson L and P Griffith 2011 Principles and principes William Lyman Phillips and the palm collection at Montgomery Botanical Center Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed landscapes 31 3 196 203 Calonje M J Kay and M P Griffith 2011 Propagation of cycad collections from seed applied reproductive biology for conservation Sibbaldia 9 77 96 Griffith P C Lewis and J Francisco Ortega 2011 Palm conservation in a botanic garden a case study of the Keys Thatch Palm Palms 55 93 101 Goldman D H M R Klooster M P Griffith M F Fay M W Chase A preliminary evaluation of the ancestry of a putative Sabal hybrid Arecaceae Coryphoideae and the description of a new nothospecies Sabal brazoriensis Phytotaxa 27 8 25 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 A Veloz F Jiménez R A Rodríguez Peña B Peguero C Lewis J Moynihan M Abdo M Maunder E von Wettberg A W Meerow M P Griffith and J Francisco Ortega 2011 Sweet drinks are made of this conservation genetics of an endemic palm species from the Dominican Republic Journal of Heredity 102 1 10 Edelman S and Griffith M P 2010 Mangrove and Brazilian pepper in the garden A case study of vegetation change over 80 years Davidsonia 20 2 51 64 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 Griffith M P and J M Porter 2009 Phylogeny of Opuntioideae Cactaceae International Journal of Plant Sciences 170 107 116 Griffith M P 2009 Evolution of leaf and habit characters in Opuntioideae Cactaceae reconstruction of ancestral form Bradleya 27 49 58 Calonje M J Meerman P Griffith and G Hoese 2009 A new species of Zamia Zamiaceae from the Maya Mountains of Belize Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 31 31 41 Griffith M P L R Noblick J L Dowe C E Husby and

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  • Sara Edelman
    dominated by Brazilian Pepper Her background is in wetland restoration horticulture She is a proud Florida Gator and will graduate in May 2011 Education Bachelor of Science University of Florida 2011 Major in Environmental Science Minor in Business Concentration in Latin American Studies Publication Edelman S and Griffith M P 2010 Mangrove and Brazilian pepper in the garden A case study of vegetation change over 80 years Davidsonia 20 2

    Original URL path: http://www.montgomerybotanical.org/Pages/SEdelman.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Jonas de Assis Cinquini
    IAC 2 2008 Campinas Anais Campinas Jul 29 30 2008 Silva J S V A M Silva M M Abdon and J A Cinquini 2008 Suppressao de vegetacao nativa na bacia hidrografica do rio maracai MS indentificada com imagen do satelite CBERS2 Sensor CCD Ano 2007 Silva J S V A N Pellegrino and J A Cinquini 2008 Identificação de áreas desmatadas na carta Campo Grande SF 21 X B II com uso de imagem CBERS2 Work experience Laboratory of Geotechnologies and Quantatative Methods Embrapa Environment April 2007 October 2008 Project Geographic Database of Pedologic Information Slope and Climate Sao Paulo State Brazil Software IDRISI ARC GIS ERDAS Laboratory of Geotechnologies Embrapa Agriculture Informatics Project Geo MS Mato Grosso do Sul State Brazil Software SPRING and Corel Draw Meeting Attendence XV National Meeting of Geographers Brazilian Association of Geographers Sao Paulo July 20 26 2008 Workshop on Aerial Photography s Use for Geography Teaching XV National Meeting of Geographers Brazilian Association of Geographers Sao Paulo July 20 26 2008 The Teacher and the Class Book University of Campinas May 21 2008 Public Hearing Agrarian Reform Job and Environment a View of Monoculture spreading on Sao Paulo State University of Campinas

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  • Lowland Palmetum Photos
    with pollen A section of the Silver Bluff Escarpment is preserved on MBC property An American crocodile Crocodylus acutus warms itself while standing guard over four young mangrove palms Nypa fruticans collected in eastern Java Indonesia by Montgomery Botanical Center s palm biologist Dr Larry Noblick in 1998 From left to right are Nannorrhops ritchiana collected in Pakistan by M Said in 1960 Sabal uresana collected in Mexico by Boutin

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