NEW HAMPSHIRE REFERENCES
Atlas of the Flora of New England - This is a work in progress, and includes pertinent synonymy, chromosome numbers, habitat, and dot distribution maps. Completed portions have been published in Rhodora.
Great Bay National Estuarine Reserve - This is part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System, the nation-wide network of state-owned and managed coastal protected areas set aside for long-term research and education. The Great Bay site has information about access and trails; the NERRS site has a link to information about the flora.
Jackson Estuarine Laboratory - This site has information about the UNH research facility located about five miles from the main campus in Durham.
New England Wild Flower Society - New Hampshire - Located in Framingham, Massachusetts, this organization promotes conservation of native plant species. Their web site has information about education, research, and rare and invasive species. A pdf file of Flora Conservanda (originally published in Rhodora) and description of the Herbarium Recovery Project are also available.
New Hampshire Audubon - New Hampshire - This site has information about research, conservation, and NH Audubon's centers and sanctuaries. Although the focus is on wildlife, these properties necessarily provide excellent examples of New Hampshire's plant communities.
New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau - New Hampshire - See especially Biodiversity Guides, Statewide Map, Plant Tracking List, and a pdf file of the publication Natural Communities of New Hampshire.
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests - This site has information on the Society's properties and activity centers (education and recreation).
The Nature Conservancy - New Hampshire - includes information
on TNC preserves in the state.
University of New Hampshire Center for Freshwater Biology - This site has information on programs in research and education in freshwater biology at UNH.
USDA Forest Service, White Mountain National Forest - This site has information on Forest Service projects and sensitive plant species in the WMNF.
Gardens, Herbaria and Collections
Albion Hodgdon Herbarium (NHA), University of New Hampshire, Durham - 200,000 specimens of vascular plants and marine algae; New Hampshire, Maine, coastal New England, and Newfoundland; aquatic flora of New England, Costa Rica, and Bolivia.
Jesup Herbarium (HNH), Dartmouth College, Hanover - 2,000 vascular plant specimens from the northeastern U.S. Until recently, this was a much larger collection, but most of the specimens have now been distributed elsewhere. See details on the Index Herbariorum web site.
Keene State College Herbarium (KESC), Keene - 15,000 specimens, primarily northeastern U.S.
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Brumback, W.E. and L.J. Mehrhoff. 1996. Flora Conservanda: New England. The New England Plant Conservation Program (NECoP) list of plants in need of conservation. Rhodora 98: 233-361. [also available on-line at http://www.newfs.org]
Sperduto D.D. and W.F. Nichols. 2004. Natural Communities of New Hampshire. N.H. Natural Heritage Bureau. Concord, NH. [available from UNH Cooperative Extension, Durham, NH or on-line at http://nh.gov/dred/divisions/forestandlands/bureaus/naturalheritage/index.htm]
Angelo, R. and D.E. Boufford. 1996. Atlas of the flora of New England: Pteridophytes and gymnosperms. Rhodora 98: 1-79. [also available on-line at http://neatlas.huh.harvard.edu]
_____ and _____. 1998. Atlas of the flora of New England: Poaceae. Rhodora 100: 101-233. [also available on-line at http://neatlas.huh.harvard.edu]
_____ and _____. 2000. Atlas of the flora of New England: Monocots except Poaceae and Cyperaceae. Rhodora 102: 1-119. [also available on-line at http://neatlas.huh.harvard.edu]
Crow, G.E. and C.B. Hellquist. 1981. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 2. Typhaceae and Sparganiaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 517. Durham, NH. [Most of the information in this series of publications has been incorporated into the 2-volume Aquatic Vascular Plants of New England, except for dot-distribution maps and details on water chemistry.]
_____ and _____. 1982. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 4. Juncaginaceae, Scheuchzeriaceae, Butomaceae, and Hydrocharitaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 520. Durham, NH.
_____ and _____. 1983. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 6. Trapaceae, Haloragaceae and Hippuridaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 524. Durham, NH.
_____ and _____. 1985. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 8. Lentibulariaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 528. Durham, NH.
_____ and _____. 2000. Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Northeastern North America. Volume 1: Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, and Angiosperms: Dicotyledons. Volume 2: Angiosperms: Monocotyledons. The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI.
Fernald, M.L. 1970. Gray's Manual of Botany, Eighth Edition. D.Van Nostrand Co., New York.
Gleason, H.A. and A. Cronquist. 1991 (seventh printing, 2004). Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada, Second Edition. The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY.
Hellquist, C. B. and G. E. Crow. 1980. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 1. Zosteraceae, Potamogetonaceae, Zannichelliaceae, Najadaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 515. Durham, NH.
_____ and _____. 1981. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 3. Alismataceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 518. Durham, NH.
_____ and _____. 1982. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part 5. Araceae, Lemnaceae, Xyridaceae, Eriocaulaceae, Pontederiaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 523. Durham, NH.
_____ and _____. 1984. Aquatic vascular plants of New England. Part. 7. Cabombaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Nelumbonaceae, and Ceratophyllaceae. N. H. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull 527. Durham, NH.
Magee, D.W. and H.E. Ahles. 1999. Flora of the Northeast: A Manual of the Vascular Flora of New England and Adjacent New York. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, MA.
Floras of Specific Areas within New Hampshire
Baldwin, H.I. 1974. The flora of Mt. Monadnock, New Hampshire. Rhodora 76: 205-228.
Crow, G.E. and L.L. Fahey. 2004. Floras of Pequawket and Heath Pond Bogs, Ossipee, New Hampshire. Rhodora 106: 360-367.
Dunlop, D.A. and G.E. Crow. 1985. The vegetation and flora of the Seabrook Dunes with special reference to rare plants. Rhodora 87: 471-486.
Hellquist, C.B. 1971. Vascular flora of Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire and its shoreline. Rhodora 73: 249-261.
Hellquist, C.E. and G.E. Crow. 2003. The vascular flora of Mud Pond peatland, Carroll County, New Hampshire. Rhodora 105: 153-177.
Pease, A.S. 1964. A Flora of Northern New Hampshire. Published by the New England Botanical Club, Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA.
Picture Guides and Specialty Books
Alden, P. 1998. National Audubon Society's Field Guide to New England. Alfred A. Knopf Publishing Group.
Appalachian Mountain Club. 1977. AMC Field Guide to Mountain Flowers of New England. Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA.
Little, E.L., S. Bullaty, and A. Lomeo. 1980. National Audubon Society's Field Guide to North American Trees: Eastern Region. Alfred A. Knopf Publishing Group.
McKenney, M. and R.T. Peterson. 1998. A Field Guide to Wildflowers: Northeastern and North-central North America. Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, MA.
Newcomb, L. 1977. Newcomb's Wildflower Guide: An Ingenious New System for Quick, Positive Identification of the Wildflowers, Flowering Shrubs, and Vines of Northeastern and North-Central North America. Little, Brown & Co., Boston, MA.
Petrides, G.A. and R.T. Peterson. 1998. A Field Guide to Trees and Shrubs: Northeastern and North-central United States and Southeastern and South-central Canada. Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, MA.
Thieret, J.W., W.A. Niering, and N.C. Olmstead. 2001. National Audubon Society's Field Guide to North American Wildflowers: Eastern Region. Alfred A. Knopf Publishing Group.
Wehr, J. 1998. A Field Guide to Eastern Trees: Eastern United States and Canada, including the Midwest. Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, MA.