Publications

Clark, J.L., J. Matos, S. Suarez T., S. Ginzbarg, and L.E. Skog. In press. An annotated species list for the Gesneriaceae of Cuba. Proceedings for the 2010 World Gesneriaceae Research Conference. Selbyana.
Smith, J.F. and J. L. Clark. 2013. Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal undiscovered monospecific Genera in the tribe Episcieae (Gesneriaceae). Systematic Botany 38: 451-463.
Clavijo, L. and J. L. Clark, J.L. 2013. Drymonia crispa (Gesneriaceae), A new species from northwestern Colombia. Brittonia. In press.
Clark, J.L.and L. E. Skog. 2013. Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XVIII: Columnea carinata, a new species of Gesneriaceae from Northwestern Ecuador. Brittonia 65: 186-190.
Clark, J. L. 2013. A new species of Drymonia (Gesneriaceae) from the eastern slopes of the Ecuadorian Andes. Brittonia 65: 181-185.
Clark, J.L. and L. Clavijo. 2012. Columnea antennifera, a new species of Gesneriaceae from the Cordillera Central of the Columbian Andes. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 6: 385-39
Clark, J.L., M.M. Funke, A.M. Duffy, and J.F. Smith. 2012. Phylogeny of a Neotropical clade in the Gesneriaceae: more tales of convergent evolution. International Journal of Plant Sciences 173: 894-916. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L., L.E. Skog, and F. Barrie. 2012. Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XVII: New Combinations and typifications. Novon 21(4) 413-423. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L., and B.R. Keener. 2011. Cremosperma verticillatum (Gesneriaceae), a new species from northwestern Ecuador. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5(2) 499-504. Link to pdf. 
Clark, J.L. and L.E. Skog.  2011. Gesneriaceae. In: R. Valencia, N. Pitman, S. León-Yánez, and P.M. Jørgensen (eds.).  Libro rojo de las plantas endémicas del Ecuador, segunda edición.  Publicaciones del Herbario QCA, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito. Link to pdf.
Keene, J., H.E. Ballard and J.L. Clark. 2011. Two new species of Monopyle (Gesneriaceae) from northern Ecuador. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 5(2) 513-520. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L., E. H. Roalson, R. A. Pritchard, C. L. Coleman, V. Teoh, and J. Matos. 2011. Independent origin of radial floral symmetry in the Gloxinieae (Gesnerioideae: Gesneriaceae) is supported by the rediscovery of Phinaea pulchella in Cuba. Systematic Botany 36: 757-767. Download pdf here.
Amaya-Márquez, M. and J.L. Clark. 2011. Columnea bivalvis (Gesneriaceae) a new species from the eastern slopes of the Ecuadorian Andes. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5: 75-79. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L. and J.F. Smith. 2011. Columnea pygmaea (Gesneriaceae) a new species from northwestern Ecuador. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 5: 87-95. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L. 2011. Columnea lucifer (Gesneriaceae) a new species from northwestern Ecuador. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 5: 81-85. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L. and L.E. Skog. 2011. Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XVII: Cremosperma anisophyllum, a new species of Gesneriaceae from the Chocó region of northern Ecuador and southern Colombia. Brittonia 63: 133-138. Link to pdf.
Clavijo, L., and J.L. Clark. 2010. Drymonia droseroides (Gesneriaceae), a New Species from the Pacific Andean Forests of Colombia. Selbyana 30(2): 190-194. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L., D.A. Neill, J.A. Gruhn, A. Weber, and T. Katan. 2010. Shuaria (Gesneriaceae), an arborescent new genus from the Cordillera del Cóndor and Amazonian Ecuador. Systematic Botany 35(3): 662-674. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L. 2009. Systematics of Glossoloma (Gesneriaceae). Systematic Botany Monographs 89: 1-126. Link for information to purchase this publication here.
Clark, J.L., and L.E. Skog. 2009. Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XVI: Pearcea pileifolia a new species of Gesneriaceae from South America. Novon 19(4): 439-443. Link to pdf.
Clark, J.L. 2009. Searching for rare gesneriads in Cuba. Gesneriads 59: 13-19. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L., and J.R. Clark. 2008. Drymonia collegarum (Gesneriaceae), a new species from Ecuador. Selbyana 29(2). 152-156. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.R., and J.L. Clark. 2008. Drymonia decora (Gesneriaceae), a new species from Fila Costeña, Costa Rica. Selbyana 29(2). 147-151. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L., and L.E. Skog. 2008. Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XV: Kohleria hypertrichosa, a new species of Gesneriaceae from northwestern Ecuador. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2(1): 19-24.Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L., D.A. Neill, and M. Asanza. 2006. Floristic checklist of the Mache-Chindul Mountains of Northwestern Ecuador. Smithsonian Institution Contributions from the United States National Herbarium 54: 1-180. Download pdf here.
Roalson, E. H. and J.L. Clark. 2006. Phylogenetic patterns of diversification in the Beslerieae (Gesneriaceae). Pp. 251-268. In: A.K. Sharma and A. Sharma (eds.), Plant Genome: Biodiversity and Evolution, Phanerograms 1C. Science Publishers, Inc., Enfield, New Hampshire. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L., P.S. Herendeen, L.E. Skog, and E.A. Zimmer. 2006. Phylogenetic relationships and generic boundaries in the Episcieae (Gesneriaceae) inferred from nuclear, chloroplast, and morphological data. Taxon 55: 313-336. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L. 2005. A Monograph of Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae). Selbyana 25(2): 182-209.
Clark, J.L. 2005.The Andes.  Pp. 69-71. In: G.A. Krupnick and W.J. Kress (eds.). Plant conservation: A natural history approach. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.
Clark, J.L., I. Salinas, and L.E. Skog.  2005. Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XIV: four new species of Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae) from South America. Novon 15: 70-79.
Kvist, L.P., L.E. Skog, J.L. Clark, and R.W. Dunn. 2004. Biological extinction in western Ecuador as exemplified by the plant family Gesneriaceae. Lyonia 6(2): 127-151.
Clark, J.L., and E.A. Zimmer. 2003.  A preliminary phylogeny of Alloplectus (Gesneriaceae): implications for the evolution of flower resupination. Systematic Botany 28(2): 365-375. Download pdf here.
Clark, J.L., and L.E. Skog. 2002.  Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum XI: Alloplectus grandicalyx, a New Species of Gesneriaceae from Ecuador. Novon 12(2): 173-178.
Taylor, C.M., and J.L. Clark. 2001. Rubiaceae Americanarum Magna Hama V: Amphidasya in Mesoamerica and Western South America.  Novon 11(4): 489-497.
Clark, J.L., and L.E. Skog.  2000. Gesneriaceae. Pp. 205-214. In: R. Valencia, N. Pitman, S. León-Yánez and P.M. Jørgensen (eds.).  Libro rojo de las plantas endémicas del Ecuador 2000.  Publicaciones del Herbario QCA, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito.
Clark, J.L., and S. Mori. 2000.  A new species of Grias (Lecythidaceae).  Brittonia  52(2): 145-148.
Clark, J.L. 1997. Preliminary floristic inventory of the Bilsa Biological Station, Esmeraldas, Ecuador. Pp. 123-128. In: R. Valencia and H. Balslev (eds.).  Estudios sobre diversidad y ecología de plantas, Memorias del 2. Simposio Ecuatoriano de Botánica. Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.
Greeney, H.F., M. Lysinger, T. Walla, and J.L. Clark. 1998. First description of the nest and egg of the Tanager Finch (Oreothraupis arremonops Sclater 1855) with additional notes on behavior. Ornitologia Neotropical 9(2): 205-207.

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