Pubs

Wang, N., Y. Yang, M.J. Moore, S.F. Brockington, J.F. Walker, J.W. Brown, B. Liang, T. Feng, C. Edwards, J. Mikensa, J. Olivieri, V. Hutchison, A. Timoneda, T.R. Stoughton, R. Puente, L.C. Majure, U. Eggli, and S.A. Smith 2018. Evolution of Portulacineae Marked by Gene Tree Conflict and Gene Family Expansion Associated with Adaptation to Harsh Environments. Molecular Biology and Evolution 36(1): 112-126.

Stoughton, T.R., R. Kriebel, D.D. Jolles and R.L. O’Quinn. 2018. Next-generation lineage discovery: A case study of tuberous Claytonia L. American Journal of Botany 105(3): 536-548.

Stoughton, T.R., D.D. Jolles and R.L. O’Quinn. 2017. The Western Spring Beauties, Claytonia lanceolata (Montiaceae): a Review and Revised Taxonomy for California. Systematic Botany 42(2): 283-300.

Burge, D.O., T.R. Stoughton and D.D. Jolles.  2017.  Soil Chemistry Patterns in an Edaphic Endemism Hotspot: the Pebble Plains of the San Bernardino Mountains, California. Madroño 64(1): 9-21.

T.R. Stoughton. 2016. Evolution and Systematics of Claytonia lanceolata sensu lato (Montiaceae). Ph.D. dissertation, Claremont Graduate University and Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden.

Stoughton, T.R., D.D. Jolles and H.A. Bartosh.  2014.  Recognizing a New Species of Silene (Caryophyllaceae) from California: a Splitter’s Game? California Fish and Game 100: 138-152.

Stoughton, T.R. and D.D. Jolles.  2013.  Discovery of Claytonia lanceolata var. peirsonii in the San Bernardino Mountains Perpetuates a History of Taxonomic Uncertainty. Aliso 31: 35-42.

Fraga, N.S., L.J. Gross, D.S. Bell, O.J. Mistretta, J.M. Wood and T.R. Stoughton. 2013.  The Vascular Flora of the Upper Santa Ana River Watershed, San Bernardino Mountains, California. Crossosoma 37: 9-111.

Stoughton, T.R. and C.M. Guilliams. In review. Montiaceae. New Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada.

Stoughton, T.R. In prep. Claytonia L. Flora of New Mexico.

Stoughton, T.R., C.R. Robins, M.D. Windham and F.W. Li.  In prep.  Pleistocene Biogeography of Hybrid Boechera (Brassicaceae) from the San Bernardino Mountains, southern California.

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