New York Metropolitan Flora

Genus: Cephalanthus

Cephalanthus occidentalis Cephalanthus occidentalis

By Angela Steward & Steven D. Glenn

Not peer reviewed

Last Modified 02/01/2013

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Nomenclature

Cephalanthus L., Sp. Pl. 95. 1753. Gen. Pl. 42. 1754. LECTOTYPE: Cephalanthus occidentalis L. designated by Britton & Brown (1913).

List of Cephalanthus Species

References to Cephalanthus

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  • Bakhuizen Van Der Brink, R. C. 1970. Nomenclature and typification of the genera of Rubiaceae-Naucleeae and a proposal to conserve the generic name Nauclea L. Taxon 19: 468-80.
  • Battacharya, M.; Primack, R. B.; Gerwein, J. 2003. Are roads and railroads barriers to bumblebee movement in a temperate suburban conservation area? Biol. Conserv. 109: 37-45.
  • Bremer, B.; Andreasen, K.; Olsson, D. 1995. Subfamilial and tribal relationships in the Rubiaceae based on rbcL sequence data. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 82: 383-97.
  • Britton, Nathaniel L. 1920. Cephalanthus occidentalis. Addisonia 5: 17-8.
  • Deane, W. 1902. Remarkable persistence of the button-bush. Rhodora 4: 243-4.
  • Faber-Langendoen, D.; Dina, S. J. 1987. Growth response of Cephalanthus occidentalis L. (buttonbush) to varying light levels and flooding. Trans. Missouri Acad. Sci. 21: 55-62.
  • Faber-Langendoen, D.; Maycock, P. F. 1989. Community patterns and environmental gradients of buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis, ponds in lowland forests of southern Ontario. Canad. Field-Naturalist 103: 479-85.
  • Glenn, Steven D. 1997. Bombus sp. visiting flowers of Cephalanthus occidentalis.
  • Green, W. E. 1947. Effect of water impoundment on tree mortality and growth. J. Forest. 45: 118-20.
  • Hupp, C. R. 1986. Upstream variation in bottomland vegetation patterns, northwestern Virginia. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 113: 421-30.
  • Imbert, F. M.; Richards, J. H. 1993. Protandry, incompatibility, and secondary pollen presentation in Cephalanthus occidentalis (Rubiaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 80(4): 395-404.
  • McCarron, J. K.; McLeod, K. W.; Conner, W. H. 1998. Flood and salinity stress of wetland woody species, buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis) and swamp tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica var. biflora). Wetlands 18: 165-175.
  • McIninch, S. M.; Garbisch, E. W.; Biggs, D. 1994. The benefits of wet-acclimating woody wetland plant species. Wetland Journal 6: 19-23.
  • McVaugh, R. 1952. Suggested phylogeny of Prunus serotina and other wide ranging phylads in North America. Brittonia 7: 317-346. (And other genera)
  • Middleton, B. 2000. Hydrochory, seed banks, and regeneration dynamics along the landscape boundaries of a forested wetland. Plant Ecology 146: 169-184.
  • Quimby, M. W. 1934. The morphology and anatomy of certain above-ground parts of Cephalanthus occidentalis L. M.S. Thesis Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY24 figs. + 45 p.
  • Snyder, S. A. 1991. Cephalanthus occidentalis. ()