Here are the sources where I get most of my information (though sometimes I pick it up from the smart people around me). Updated continually. Specific research articles cited on the post. If I’m not quite right about something, please share your information and sources with me!
Awesome reads below!
- Kaufman SR, Kaufman W. 2007. Invasive plants: a guide to identification and the impacts and control of common North American species. Stackpole Books.
Sax DF, Stachowicz JJ, Gaines SD. 2005. Species invasions: insights into ecology, evolution, and biogeography. Sinauer Associates.
- Simpson BB, Conner Ogorzaly M. 2001. Economic botany. Plants in our world. Third Ed. McGraw-Hill: New York, etc.
Smith Jr JP. 1977. Vascular plant families: An introduction to the families of vascular plants native to North America and selected families of ornamental or economic importance.
- Szczawinski AF, Turner NJ. 1978. Edible garden weeds of Canada. National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
- Tull D. 1999. Edible and useful plants of Texas and the southwest: a practical guide. Univ of Texas Pr.
- Turner NJ, Szczawinski AF. 1978. Wild coffee and tea substitutes of Canada. National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Canada.
- Turner NJ, Szczawinski AF. 1979. Edible wild fruits and nuts of Canada. National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Canada.
- United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, PLANTS Database
- Invasivore.org Let’s take advantage of one of human’s greatest abilities: hunting things to extinction
- Proseed with Science agriculture and genomics
- The View from Helicon evolutionary biology and other odds and ends
- R-bloggers for more knowledge than you could ever assimilate about R