James Scott Pringle

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James Scott Pringle (born 1937), Canadian botanist.

Science Department, Royal Botanical Gardens, 690 Plains Road West, Burlington, Ontario L7T4H4, Canada.

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Publications[edit]

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1960s[edit]

  • Pringle, J.S. & Sharp, A.J. 1964. Gentiana austromontana, a new species from the Southern Appalachians. Rhodora 66: 402–404.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1964. Preliminary reports on the flora of Wisconsin. No. 52. Gentiana hybrids in Wisconsin. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 53. 273–281.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1965. The white gentian of the prairies. The Michigan Botanist 4: 43–47.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1965. Hybridization in Gentiana (Gentianaceae): a resume of J.T. Curtis's studies. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 54: 283–293.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1966. Gentiana puberulenta sp. nov., a known but unnamed species of the North American prairies. Rhodora 68: 209–214.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1967. Taxonomy of Gentiana, section Pneumonanthae, in eastern North America. Brittonia 19: 1–32.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1967. The common Aster species of Southern Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin Number 2. Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1968. The status and distribution of Gentiana linearis and G. rubricaulis in the Upper Great Lakes region. The Michigan Botanist 7: 99–112.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1968. The common Solidago species (Goldenrods) of Southern Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin Number 3. Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1969. Documented plant chromosome numbers 1969: 1. SIDA 3: 350–351.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1969. Checklist of the spontaneous vascular flora of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin Number 4. Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario.

1970s[edit]

  • Pringle, J.S. 1970. The Trilliums of Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin Number 5. Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1971. Taxonomy and distribution of Clematis, sect. Atragene (Ranunculaceae), in North America. Brittonia 23: 361–393.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1971. Hybridization in Gentiana (Gentianaceae): further data from J.T. Curtis's studies. Baileya 18: 41–51.
  • Pringle, J.S., Halward R.E. & Lamoureux, W.J. 1972. Education at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Arboreta and Botanical Gardens Bulletin 6(3): 7–80.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1973. Lonicera maackii (Caprifoliaceae) adventive in Ontario. The Canadian Field Naturalist 87: 54–55.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1973. The spread of Vincetoxicum species (Asclepiadaceae) in Ontario. The Canadian Field Naturalist 87: 27–33.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1973. The cultivated taxa of Clematis, sect. Atragene (Ranunculaceae). Baileya 19: 49–89.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1976. Annotated chromosome counts for some plants of the dunes and pannes along the shores of the Upper Great Lakes. The Michigan Botanist 15: 157–163.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1976. Some effects of thermal neutron radiation on seeds of Syringa. Lilacs 5(1): 1–24.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1976. Gypsophila scorzonerifolia (Caryophyllaceae), a naturalized species in the Great Lakes region. The Michigan Botanist 15: 215–219.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1976. The Trilliums of Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin. 5 (2nd Ed): Royal Botanical Gardens. Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1977. Interspecific hybridization in Syringa series Villosae (Oleaceae). Baileya 20: 49 pp.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1977. Gentiana linearis (Gentianaceae) in the southern Appalachians. Castanea 42: 1–8.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1977. Taxonomy and distribution of Gentiana (Gentianaceae) in Mexico and Central America. I. Sect. Pneumonanthe. SIDA 7: 174–217.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1978. Sectional and subgeneric names in Gentiana (Gentianaceae). SIDA 7: 232–247.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1978. Nomenclatural notes on Syringa series Villosae (Oleaceae). Baileya 20: 93–103.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1978. Notes on Syringa tigerstedtii (Oleaceae). Baileya 20: 104–114.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1979. Notes on confusing and recurrently misapplied names in Syringa. Lilacs 7(1): 50–70.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1979. Taxonomy and distribution of Gentiana (Gentianaceae) in Mexico and Central America. II. Sect. Chondrophyllae. SIDA 8: 14–33.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1979. Documented plant chromosome numbers 1979: 1. SIDA 8: 119–120.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1979. New combinations in Swertia (Gentianaceae). Phytologia 41: 139–143.

1980s[edit]

  • Pringle, J.S. 1980. An introduction to wetland classification in the Great Lakes region. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin Number 10. Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1980. Holosteum umbellatum (Caryophyllaceae) in Ontario. SIDA 8: 356–358.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1981. A review of attempted and reported interseries and intersubgeneric hybridization in Syringa (Oleaceae). Baileya 21: 101–123.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1981. A new description and new records for Ipomoea sepacuitensis (Convolvulaceae). SIDA 9: 92–94.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1981. Nomenclatural transfers and taxonomic notes on some South American Gentianaceae. Phytologia 48: 281–285.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1981. The Common Aster Species of Southern Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin. 2 (2nd Ed): Royal Botanical Gardens. Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1981. The Common Solidago Species (Goldenrod) of Southern Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin. 3 (2nd Ed): Royal Botanical Gardens. Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. The distribution of Solidago ohioensis (Compositae). The Michigan Botanist 21: 51–57.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1982. Floristic observation on South Water and Carrie Bow cays, Stann Creek District, Belize, in 1979 1980. Atoll Research Bulletin No. 259. 12 pp.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1983. Nomenclature of the Amur lilac, Syringa reticulata var. amurensis (Oleaceae). Phytologia 52: 285–287.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1985. Anne Mary Perceval (1780–1876), an early botanical collector in Lower Canada. Canadian Horticultural History 1: 7–13.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1985. Clement Charles Todd (d. 1828), an early naturalist and botanical collector in Upper Canada. Canadian Horticultural History 1: 15–27.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1985. Dactyloctenium aegyptium (Gramineae) new to Belize. SIDA 11: 245.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1986. A new species and taxonomic notes on Gentianella (Gentianaceae) in South America. SIDA 11: 357–369.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1987. Proposal to reject the name Centaurium minus Moench (Gentianaceae). Taxon 36: 482–483.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1987. Addendum-Clement Charles Todd (d. 1828), an early naturalist and botanical collector in Upper Canada. Canadian Horticultural History. 1(3): 176.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1988. How "Canadian" is Cornut's Canadensium Plantarum Historia? A Phytogeographic and Historical Analysis. Canadian Horticultural History 1: 190–209.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1988. Jewell David Sornborger (1869 1929), an early biological explorer in Newfoundland and Labrador. Canadian Horticultural History 1: 210–221.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1989. Botanical exploration of the Canadian watershed of Lake Huron during the nineteenth century. Canadian Horticultural History 2: 4–88.

1990s[edit]

  • Pringle, J.S. 1990. Taxonomic notes on western American Gentianaceae. SIDA 14: 179–187.
  • Pringle, J.S. & Vrugtman, F. 1991. Syringa prestoniae `Elinor' alias S. vulgaris `Leonore'. Lilacs 20: 112.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1991. The botanical pursuits of the Rev. Anton Schaffranek (1834–1923). Canadian Horticultural History 2: 223–242.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1991. Contributions by Moravian missionaries to the knowledge of the flora of Labrador. Canadian Horticultural History. 2(4): 187–222.
  • Pringle, J.S. & McKean, B. 1992. Rare wildflowers of Ontario: Teacher's resource materials. Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1993. Gentianaceae [except Centaurium]. In: Hickman, J.C., ed. The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California, ed. 1. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press. pp. 666–672.
  • Reveal, J.L. & Pringle, J.S. 1993. Taxonomic botany and floristics. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1: 157–192.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1994. Noteworthy new records for Neotropical Gentianaceae. SIDA 16: 375–376.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1994. Notes on some adventive and naturalized species in the flora of Ontario. Field Botanists of Ontario Newsletter 7(4): 10–14.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1984. The Trilliums of Ontario. Royal Botanical Gardens Technical Bulletin. 5 (3rd Ed): Royal Botanical Gardens. Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Ho, T.N. & Pringle, J.S. 1995. Gentianaceae. In: Flora of China. Beijing: Science Press; St. Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden. 16: 1–139.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. The history of the floristic exploration of Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist 109: 291–356.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. The history of the floristic exploration of Greenland. Canadian Field-Naturalist 109: 362–377.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. The history of the floristic exploration of Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. Canadian Field-Naturalist 109: 357–361.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. Canadian botanical specimens collected 1826-1828 by the Countess of Dalhousie, acquired by the Royal Botanical Gardens. Canadian Horticultural History 3: 1–21.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. Historic herbarium specimens of cultivated plants at Eldon House, London, Ontario. Canadian Horticultural History 3: 22–24.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. Possible eponymy of the generic name Brasenia Schreb. (Cabombaceae). SIDA 16: 597–600.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. Prior history of floristic exploration in the Hamilton-Wentworth Region. In: Goodban, A.G. The Vascular Plant Flora of the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, Ontario. Ancaster: Hamilton Region Conservation Authority. Pp. 8–15.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. Gentianaceae. Flora of Ecuador 53: 1–131.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1995. Menyanthaceae. Flora of Ecuador 53: 133–139.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1997. Notes on some adventive species in the flora of Hamilton, Ontario. Field Botanists of Ontario Newsletter 10(1): 10–11.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1997. Clematis. In: Flora of North America North of Mexico. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. 3: 158–176. (Includes material by C.S. Keener and N. Moreno).
  • Stuckey, R.L. & Pringle, J.S. 1997. Common names of vascular plants reported by C.S. Rafinesque in an 1819 descriptive outline of four vegetation regions of Kentucky. Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science 58: 9–19.
  • Pringle, J.S. 1999. Gentianaceae and Menyanthaceae. In: Jørgensen, P.M., and S. León-Yánez, eds. Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Ecuador/Catálogo de las Plantas Vasculares de Ecuador. Monographs in systematic botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 75: 487–491, 591.

2000s[edit]

  • Pringle, J.S. 2000. Gentianaceae: Gentian family. In: Rhoads, A.F., and T.A. Block, eds. The Plants of Pennsylvania: An Illustrated Manual. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Pp. 436–441.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2001. Nomenclature of the Heart-leaved Hedge-nettle, Stachys cordata Riddell (Lamiaceae). SIDA 20: 583–584.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2002. Macrocarpaea angustifolia (Gentianaceae), a new species from Perú. Novon 12: 80–81.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2002. Gentianaceae: Gentian family [except Centaurium]. In: Baldwin, B.G., et al., eds. The Jepson Desert Manual: Vascular Plants of Southeastern California. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press. Pp. 330–332.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2002. Nomenclature of the narrow-leaved fringed gentian of the Great Lakes region, Gentianopsis virgata (Raf.) Holub (Gentianaceae). The Michigan Botanist 41: 137–140.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2003. Two new combinations in Bolivian Gentianella (Gentianaceae). SIDA 20: 1485–1490.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2003. Orthography of the scientific name of the hybrid baneberry, Actaea ×ludovici (Ranunculaceae). The Michigan Botanist 42: 105–106.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2004. Notes on the distribution and nomenclature of North American Gentianopsis (Gentianaceae). SIDA 21: 525–530.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2004. Lectotypification of the name Gentiana quinqueflora var. occidentalis (Gentianaceae). Rhodora 106: 368–370.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2004. History and eponymy of the genus name Amsonia (Apocynaceae). SIDA 21: 379–387.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2004. Nomenclature of the Virginia-bluebell, Mertensia virginica (Boraginaceae). SIDA 21: 771–775.
  • Pringle, J.S., and T. Witsell. 2005. A new species of Sabatia (Gentianaceae) from Saline County, Arkansas. SIDA 21: 1249–1262.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2005. Gypsophila. In: Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds. Flora of North America North of Mexico. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. 5: 153–156.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2007. Gentianaceae: Gentian family. In: Rhoads, A.F., and T.A. Block, eds. 2007. The Plants of Pennsylvania: An Illustrated Manual, ed. 2. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 764–770.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2007. Validación de una nueva combinación en Gentianella (Gentianaceae). Arnaldoa 14: 143. 2007.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. Nomenclature of the spurred-gentian of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, Halenia rothrockii (Gentianaceae). Madroño 54: 326–328.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. Proposal to reject the name Swertia recurva (Halenia recurva) (Gentianaceae). Taxon 57: 307–308.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. Authorship of the name Centaurium pulchellum (Gentianaceae). The Michigan Botanist46: 63–64.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. Nomenclature of Gentianopsis crinita (Gentianaceae). The Michigan Botanist 46: 113–118.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. Noteworthy collections: Peru. Madroño 55: 91–92.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. A new lectotypification of the name Medeola virginiana (Liliaceae). The Michigan Botanist 47: 101–104.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2008. Four new species of Peruvian Gentianella (Gentianaceae). Novon 18: 511–516.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2009. The Fernwort Papers—history and bibliography. The Michigan Botanist 47: 147–149.
  • Pringle, J.S. & Weakley, A.S. 2009. Gentiana latidens (Gentianaceae), the Balsam Mountain gentian. Rhodora 111: 389–397.

2010s[edit]

  • Loreto, P.J. & Pringle, J.S. 2010. Solidago vossii (Asteraceae), a new species of goldenrod from northern Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 49: 105–118.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2011. Five new species of South American Gentianella (Gentianaceae). Novon 21: 78–89.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2010. The identity and nomenclature of the Pacific North American species Zeltnera muhlenbergii (Gentianaceae), and its distinction from Centaurium tenuiflorum and other species with which it has been confused. Madroño 57: 184–202.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2010. Nomenclature of the thicket creeper, Parthenocissus inserta (Vitaceae). The Michigan Botanist 49: 73–78.
  • Pringle, J.S. Peter Shaw Green 1920–2009. Lilacs 39: 107–108.
  • Galbraith, D.A., Iwanycki, N.E., McGoey, B.V., McGregor, J., Pringle, J.S., Rothfels, C.J. & Smith, T.W. 2011. The Evolving Role of Botanical Gardens and Natural Areas: A Floristic Case Study from Royal Botanical Gardens, Canada. Plant Diversity and Resources 33(1): 123–131. DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1143.2011.10235
  • Pringle, J.S. 2012. Gentianaceae (except Frasera and Swertia). Gentian family. In: Baldwin, B.G., et al., eds. The Jepson Manual: Vascular Plants of California, ed 2. University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London. Pp. 810, 812–817, 819.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2012. Gentianella weigendii (Gentianaceae), an unusual new species from Peru. Novon 22: 70–74.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2012. Two taxonomic innovations in South American Gentianella (Gentianaceae). Novon 22: 217–219.
  • Pringle, J.S. & Essig, F.B. 2012. Clematis. Clematis, virgin's bower. In: Baldwin, B.G., et al., eds. The Jepson Manual: Vascular Plants of California, ed. 2. University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London. Pp. 1134, 1139.
  • Pringle, J.S. & Grant, J.R. 2012. Two new species of Gentianella (Gentianaceae) from Peru. Brittonia 64: 282–288.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2013. Nomenclatural Notes on North American Gyrandra (Centaurium s. lat.) and Lomatogonium (Gentianaceae). Rhodora: January 2013, Vol. 115, No. 961, pp. 96–111.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2013. Gentiana sirensis (Gentianaceae), a new species from the Cordillera El Sira, Peru/Gentiana sirensis (Gentianaceae), nueva especie de la Cordillera El Sira, Perú. Arnaldoa 19: 149–153.
  • Poster, L.S. & Pringle, J.S. & Struwe, L. 2013. Ecology and conservation of rare gentians in New Jersey [abstract]. In: Botany 2013: Celebrating diversity. Abstract 274, p. 306.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2014. New Species and Nomenclatural Transfers in South American Gentianella (Gentianaceae). Annales Botanici Fennici 51(1–2):117–124. 2014. DOI: 10.5735/085.051.0116
  • Poster, L.S., Pringle, J.S. & Struwe, L.. 2015. Identification and descriptions of the Gentianaceae in New Jersey. Bartonia 67: 1–34.
  • Pringle, J.S., Poster, L.S. & Struwe, L. 2015. Nomenclature and typification of the Gentianaceae in New Jersey. Bartonia 67: 35–57.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2015. Gentianaceae: Centaurium, Deianira, Gentiana, Gentianella, Halenia, Schultesia, Voyria. In: Jørgensen, P.M., M. Nee, and S. Beck, eds. Catálogo de las Plantas Vasculares de Bolivia. Monographs in systematic botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 127: 704–711.
  • Jørgensen, P.M., Pringle, J.S. & Ritter, N. 2015. Menyanthaceae. In: Jørgensen, P.M., M. Nee, and S. Beck, eds. Catálogo de las Plantas Vasculares de Bolivia. Monographs in systematic botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 127: 854.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2015. Gentianella zaratei (Gentianaceae), a new species from Bolivia. Novon 24: 182–185. (Erratum: 24: 435. 2016.)
  • Dey, S.K., Maity, D. & Pringle, J.S. 2015. Infraspecific variation in Gentiana macrauchena C. Marquand (Gentianaceae), the extension of its known range to India and lectotypification of the name Gentiana incompta Harry Sm. Taiwania 60: 208–212.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2016. Gentianaceae, the Gentian Family. In: Naczi, R.F.C., J. R. Abbott, and Collaborators. New Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada. NYBG Press, New York, NY.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2016. Centaurium, Gentiana, Gentianella, and Zeltnera. In: Bernal, R., S.R. Gradstein, and M. Celis, eds. Catálogo de Plantas y Líquenes de Colombia. Instituto de Ciencias Naturales de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia. 1: 1345–1346, 1353; 2: 2527.
  • Pringle, J.S. 2016. New species of South American Gentiana and Gentianella (Gentianaceae). Novon 24: 389–398.
  • Favre, A., Michalak, I., Chen, C.-H., Wang, J.-C., Pringle, J.S., Maluszak, S., Sun, H., Yuan, Y.-M., Struwe, L. & Muellner-Riehl, A.N. 2016. Out-of-Tibet: the spatio-temporal evolution of Gentiana (Gentianaceae). J. Biogeogr. 43: 1967–1978.
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