New York Metropolitan Flora

Genus: Staphylea

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Nomenclature

Staphylea L., Sp. Pl. 1: 270. 1753. Gen. Pl. 130. 1754 (also spelled “Staphilaea,” “Staphylaea,” “Staphyllaea,” “Staphyllea,” “Staphylis,” and “Staphylia”). Staphylodendron Mill., Gard. Dict. Abr. ed. 4. 1754 (also spelled “Staphyllodendron” and “Staphylodendrum”),  nom. illeg. (Art. 52.1). LECTOTYPE: Staphylea pinnata L. designated by Britton & Brown (1913).

List of Staphylea Species

References to Staphylea

  • Beal, W. J. 1867. Agency of insects in fertilizing plants. Amer. Naturalist 1: 254-60.
  • Dickison, W. C. 1987. Leaf and nodal anatomy and systematics of Staphyleaceae. Bot. Gaz. 148(3): 475-89.
  • Dickison, W. C. 1986. Floral morphology and anatomy of Staphyleaceae. Bot. Gaz. 147(3): 312-26.
  • Doney, C. F. 1939. Species of bladder-nuts. Gard. Chron. Amer. 43: 305-6.
  • Foster, R. C. 1933. Chromosome numbers in Acer and Staphylea. J. Arnold Arbor. 14: 386-93.
  • Garwood, N. C.; Horvitz, C. V. 1985. Factors limiting fruit and seed production of a temperate shrub, Staphylea trifolia L. (Staphyleaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 72(3): 453-66.
  • Harris, J. A. 1912. The influence of the seed upon the size of the fruit in Staphylea. I. Bot. Gaz. 53: 204-18.
  • Harris, J. A. 1910. On the selective elimination occurring during the development of the fruits of Staphylea. Biometrika 7: 452-504.
  • Harris, J. A. 1911. Further observations on the selective elimination of ovaries in Staphylea. Z. Indukt. Abstammungs- Vererbungsl. 5: 173-88.
  • Harris, J. A. 1909. The correlation between a variable and the deviation of a dependent variable from its probable value. Biometrika 6: 438-43.
  • Harris, J. A. 1911. Seed weight in Staphylea and Cladrastis. Torreya 11: 165-9.
  • Harris, J. A. 1911. Observations on the physiology of seed development in Staphylea. Beih. Bot. Centralbl. 28: 1-16.
  • Holden, R. 1912. Some features in the anatomy of the Sapindales. Bot. Gaz. 53: 50-8.
  • Macbribe, J. F. 1918. A new species of bladdernut. Rhodora 20(235): 127-9.
  • Meehan, T. 1876. Fertilization of flowers by insect agency. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 1876: 108-12.
  • Mottier, D. M. 1914. Mitosis in the pollen mother-cells of Acer negundo, L. and Staphylea triflora L. Ann. Bot. 28: 115-33.
  • Riddle, L. C. 1905. Development of the embryo sac and embryo of Staphylea trifoliata [sic]. Ohio Naturalist 6: 320-5.
  • Robertson, C. 1889. Flowers and insects. III. Bot. Gaz. 14: 297-304.
  • Spongberg, S. A. 1971. The Staphyleaceae in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arbor. 52: 196-203.
  • Waanders, G. L.; Skvarla, J. J. 1968. Fine structure of Staphylea trifolia L. (Staphyleaceae) pollen walls. Pollen & Spores 10: 475-8.
  • Weaver, R. E. 1980. The bladdernuts. Arnoldia (Jamaica Plain) 40: 76-93.