RMRS-RN-11WWW: Hosts and Geographic Distribution of Arceuthobium oxycedr


The authors thank the following colleagues for their assistance in the compilation and review of the data presented in this paper: Franco and Maris Rabolini, Siracusa, Italy and Mira Milisic, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, assisted in translating former Italian names of collection sites in Croatia to present day Croatian names. Fernando Robredo Junco, formerly of Servicio de Defensa Contra Plagas e Inspección Fitopatológica, Ministerio de Agricultura, Madrid, Spain, assisted with the location and proper spelling of collection sites in Spain. Uwe Braun, Institut für Geobotanik, Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany (HAL); S.W. Breckle, Department of Ecology, University of Bielefeld, (BIE), Germany; Monika Steinhof, Übersee Museum, Bremen (BREM), Germany; Stefan Dressler, Herbarium Senckenbergianum (FR), Frankfurt, Germany; T. Feuerer, Herbarium Hamburgense (HBG), Institut für Allgemeine Botanik, Hamburg, Germany; Klaus Pistrick, Institut für Pflanzengenetic und Kulturepflanzenforschung (IPK-GAT), Gatersleben, Germany; Don Kirkup, Royal Botanical Garden (K), Kew, UK; G. Wagenitz and W. B. Dickore, Haller Institut für Pflanzenwissenschafen, University of Goettingen (GOET), Germany; Hans Christian Weber, Herbarium Marburgensis (HCW), Phillipps University, Marburg, Germany; W. Lippert University of Munich (M), Munich, Germany; Mitko Karadelev, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Skopje, Macedonia, kindly provided herbarium collection records of Arceuthobium oxycedri and its hosts. Gaye Eren Kandermir, Department of Biological Sciences, Middle East Technical University,Ankara, Turkey, assisted with locating collection sites in Turkey; and Karen Ter-Ghazaryan, Ministry of Nature Protection, Forest Research and Experimental Centre, Yerevan, Armenia, assisted with locating collection sites in Armenia. Dr. Michael Kosoy, Centers for Communicable Disease Control, Fort Collins, CO, USA, and Vladmir Dinet, Berkeley, CA, USA, assisted with the translation of several Russian language papers and the location of collection sites in Russia and the former Soviet Republics. José Antonio López Sáez, Laborato de Arquebotanica, Departamento de Prehistoria, Instito de Historia, CSIC, Madrid, Spain made collections of A. oxycedri in Portugal. José Antonio López Sáez and two anonymous reviewed the manuscript and suggested additional sources of information.

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Title: RMRS-RN-11WWW: Acknowledgments
Electronic Publish Date: September 2001
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