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Occasional Articles About Plants of The Palomar College
Campus Botanical Garden, The Edwin & Frances Hunter
Arboretum & Native Coastal Sage Scrub East of Campus
Updated 1 June 2022 by W.P. Armstrong (Day 7822 of the 3rd Millennium)
My original plant articles appeared in the Friends Of The Palomar College Arboretum Newsletter. I am now placing them on-line where they can be easily accessed, downloaded, or printed.

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Plants of Palomar College Campus Botanical Garden & Arboretum
Latest On-Line Articles & Updates Will Appear At Top Of Following Table

    Cottonseed Bug (CSB) Oxycarenus: Campus Research (2023)
    CSB On Naturalized Malva pseudolavatera in South Escondido
    Hibiscus Seed Bug (Niesthrea): Campus Research (2023)

  1. Borage Family (Boraginaceae): Many Fascinating Species
  2. Malva pseudolavatera Complicated Taxonomic Controversy
  3. Pictorial Life Cycle Of Remarkable Bottlewort At Palomar
  4. Malvaceae Subfamilies on Palomar Campus & Arboretum
  5. Mission Prickly-Pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) at Palomar College
  6. Two Native Baja California Figs In The Palomar Arboretum
  7. The Brazilian Aristolochia (Pipevine) At Palomar College
  8. The genus Botrydium Discovered Along Bottlewort Trail
  9. Genus Caesalpinia (& Latest Synonyms) At Palomar College
  10. Araucaria Family In Palomar Arboretum: Work In Progress
  11. Oaks (Quercus): A Remarkable Genus At Palomar College
  12. Australian Bottle Trees (Brachychiton) At Palomar College
  13. Spiny Alluaudia procera From Madagascar in Full Bloom
  14. Plantaginaceae: Many DNA Transfers From Other Families
  15. White Teak (Gmelina arborea) On Palomar College Campus
  16. The Remarkable Calif. Pink Glowworm On Bottlewort Trail
  17. Banana Fig: Strangler From Queensland Rainforest, Australia
  18. Interesting Ants In Arboretum & Adjacent Coastal Sage Scrub
  19. Lichens In Palomar College Arboretum & Coastal Sage Scrub
  20. Update On The Rare & Seldom Seen Bottlewort (January 2022)
  21. Mahogany Trees At Palomar College: (Work In Progress)
  22. Male Caprifig: ID Uncertain: Hence cf. Before Specific Epithet
    [A Complicated Story About The ID Of A Fig Tree At Palomar!]
    Ficus pseudocarica Controversy: Very Complex Taxonomy!
    Pollen & Wasp Production By This Remarkable Pollinator Fig
  23. Maturing Seed Capsules On Alula Plant In Polynesian Garden
  24. 2 Unusual Citrus Spp. From Far East & Australian Rainforest
  25. In Memory Of Ombu Hybrid Overlooking Palomar Campus
  26. Coyote Brush: Widespread Native Shrub & Prolific Seeder
  27. Living Fossil Psilotum nudum On Palomar College Campus
  28. Remarkable S. African Gardenia, Kudu & Long-Tongue Moth
  29. Bird's-Nest Fungus Originally Found In Coastal Sage Scrub
    (Discovered in 1996 above Arboretum--updated Nov. 2021)
  30. The Wigandia In Arboretum & Other Hairy Plants (2021)
  31. Malvaceae (Mallow Family) Addendum (September 2021)
  32. Mallow Family On Palomar Arboretum Page (2021)
  33. Rare Hawaiian Shrub: Palomar Botanical Garden
  34. The Remarkable Bat-Pollinated Sausage Tree (2021)
  35. Delonix in Palomar Madagascar Garden (July 2021)
  36. Vivid Red Orchid In Palomar Arboretum (July 2021)
  37. Palomar College Comet Fire Postburn Images (February 2021)
  38. Palomar College Comet Fire Postburn Report (February 2021)
  39. The Remarkable, Seldom Seen Bottlewort (February 2020)
  40. Alula Image Page 2: Flower Bee Collecting Pollen (2019)
  41. Who Pollinated Hawaiian Alula At Palomar College? (2019)
  42. Update On Malva X In Field Near Palomar College (2019)

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