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  1. ADDITIONS TO THE FLORA OF NEW MEXICO USA
    By: Allred, Kelly W. - Columbus, J T
    Type: Article
    In: Phytologia
    Volume: 67
    Date: 1989
    Page Range: 361--365
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  2. ARISTIDAE ELUDENDAE II: A RE-EVALUATION OF THE ARISTIDA GIBBOSA COMPLEX (POACEAE: ARISTIDEAE), INCLUDING A. MARGINALIS, A. ORIZABENSIS, AND A. SORZOGONENSIS
    By: Strahan, Robert T - Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of The Botanical Research Institute of Texas
    Volume: 2
    Date: 2008
    Page Range: 309--322
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  3. Aristidae Eludendae: Aristida hitchcockiana (Poaceae)-a valid species?
    By: Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Sida, Contributions To Botany
    Volume: 21
    Date: 2005
    Page Range: 2113--2118
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  4. Bromus, section Pnigma, in New Mexico, with a key to the bromegrasses of the state
    By: Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Phytologia
    Volume: 74
    Date: 1993
    Page Range: 319--345
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  5. A new name for Aristida hamulosa (Gramineae)
    By: Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Phytologia
    Volume: 77
    Date: 1994
    Page Range: 411--413
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  6. Novelties and notes in North American Aristida (Gramineae)
    By: Allred, Kelly W. - Valdés-Reyna, J
    Type: Article
    In: Novon
    Volume: 5
    Date: 1995
    Page Range: 209--222
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  7. THE PLANT FAMILY GENTIANACEAE IN UTAH USA
    By: Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Great Basin Naturalist
    Volume: 36
    Date: 1976
    Page Range: 483--495
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  8. A TAXONOMIC COMPARISON OF ARISTIDA TERNIPES AND ARISTIDA HAMULOSA (GRAMINEAE)
    By: Trent, Jonathan S - Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Sida, Contributions To Botany
    Volume: 14
    Date: 1990
    Page Range: 251--261
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  9. Typification and identity of Andropogon saccharoides Swartz var. polytrichus Grisebach
    By: Allred, Kelly W.
    Type: Article
    In: Phytologia
    Volume: 40
    Date: 1978
    Page Range: 305--306
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