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    1977

    1
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977
    A TINY NATIVE WITH AN ENORMOUS RELATIVE
    FREMONTIA 5 (3): 20-22

    2
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977
    DESERT UNICORN
    DESERT MAGAZINE 40 (10): 40-41

    3
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977
    FIRE-FOLLOWERS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY
    FREMONTIA 4 (4): 3-9

    4
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977
    NATURAL PLANT HYBRIDS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 477: 14-16

    5
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977
    THE CLOSED-CONE PINES AND CYPRESSES (CHAPTER 9, pp. 295-358)
    In: TERRESTRIAL VEGETATION OF CALIFORNIA, JOHN WILEY & SONS

    6
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977
    THE DESERT LANTERN AND THE BOTTLE CLEANER
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 477: 3-4

    7
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1977 [AND F.L. ELLIOTT]
    BIOLOGY 10 LABORATORY MANUAL (3RD EDITION)
    BURGESS PUBL. CO., MINNEAPOLIS. 200 p.


    1978

    8
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1978
    FOUR WILDFLOWERS VANISHING FROM NORTHERN SAN DIEGO COUNTY
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 480: 3-6

    9
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1978
    NATIVE HARDWOODS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 482: 6-10 & 19

    10
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1978
    PARASITES OF THE DESERT (PART I)
    DESERT MAGAZINE 41 (7): 32-35

    11
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1978
    PARASITES OF THE DESERT (PART II)
    DESERT MAGAZINE 41 (8): 32-35

    12
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1978
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA'S VANISHING CYPRESSES
    FREMONTIA 6 (2): 24-29


    1979

    13
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    A CARNIVOROUS PLANT IN THE MOJAVE DESERT
    DESERT MAGAZINE 42 (9): 28-31

    14
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    BEWARE OF THE JUMPING CHOLLA
    DESERT MAGAZINE 42 (10): 8-11

    15
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    NATURE'S HITCHHIKERS
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 486: 20-23

    16
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    PILOSTYLES THAT NOBODY SEES
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 484: 17-19

    17
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    SELDOM-SEEN PARASITIC FLOWERS
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 32 (6): 10-17

    18
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    UNICORN PLANTS IN CALIFORNIA
    FREMONTIA 7 (1): 16-22

    19
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1979
    WESTERN HACKBERRY: A LITTLE-KNOWN TREE OF THE HIGH DESERT
    DESERT MAGAZINE 43 (3): 12-15 View Article On-Line


    1980

    20
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    A GOURMET'S GUIDE TO UNICORNS
    DESERT MAGAZINE 43 (1): 36-39

    21
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    A WEED FROM JAMESTOWN
    DESERT MAGAZINE 43 (11): 8-11

    22
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    FERN LAKE: A PLACE TO SEE CONIFERS
    FREMONTIA 8 (2): 3-7

    23
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE WASHOE PINE
    FREMONTIA 8 (1): 22-23

    24
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    MORE ABOUT SAND FOOD
    FREMONTIA 8 (2): 30-31

    25
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    NATURE'S MOST RAPID TRAPDOOR
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 489: 14-16

    26
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    NOTEWORTHY COLLECTION OF CHAMAEBATIA AUSTRALIS (Bdg.) Abrams
    MADRONO 27 (2): 111

    27
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    REAP THE WILD FRUIT
    DESERT MAGAZINE 43 (3): 36-39

    28
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    SAND FOOD: A STRANGE PLANT OF THE ALGODONES DUNES
    FREMONTIA 7 (4): 3-9

    29
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    SAND FOOD: THE STRANGE WILD VEGETABLE OF THE PAPAGOS
    DESERT MAGAZINE 43 (8): 22-23

    30
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1980
    THE CURIOUS NAMES OF OUR WILDFLOWERS
    DESERT MAGAZINE 43 (10): 10-11


    1981

    31
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    FROM ASHES TO WILDFLOWERS
    DESERT MAGAZINE 44 (8): 40-44

    32
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    MEXICAN JUMPING BEANS
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 34 (2): 10-18

    33
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    NOTEWORTHY COLLECTION OF WOLFFIA COLUMBIANA Karst.
    MADRONO 28 (3): 187-188

    34
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    NOTEWORTHY COLLECTION OF WOLFFIA PUNCTATA Griseb.
    MADRONO 28 (1): 37

    35
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    SAN DIEGO'S BITTERROOT
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 494: 24-25

    36
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    SAND DUNES: A PHENOMENON OF WIND
    DESERT MAGAZINE 44 (10): 42-45 & 62

    37
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    SCORPIONS IN MINIATURE
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 495: 16-19

    38
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    THE PINK PLAYAS OF OWENS VALLEY
    FREMONTIA 9 (3): 3-10

    39
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    UNICORN PLANTS
    CALIFORNIA GARDEN 72 (1): 13-19

    40
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981
    WHY OWENS LAKE IS RED
    DESERT MAGAZINE 44 (4): 22-26

    41
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1981 [AND J.S. SHERMAN]
    WILDLIFE OF THE SAN MARCOS MOUNTAINS: AT HOME ON THE RANGE
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 493: 3-7


    1982

    42
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1982
    BEWARE THE JUMPING CHOLLA!
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 498: 3-5

    43
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1982
    DANGEARDINELLA: IN EVERY DROP OF BRINE
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 499: 18-20

    44
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1982
    DUCKWEEDS, CALIFORNIA'S SMALLEST WILDFLOWERS
    FREMONTIA 10 (3): 16-22

    45
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1982
    MICROSCOPIC WILDFLOWERS
    CALIFORNIA GARDEN 73 (1): 10-12

    46
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1982
    NOT BEAVERS, STARS OR SONS OF JUPITER
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 496: 4-7

    47
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1982
    WORLD'S SMALLEST FLOWERING PLANT (Photo & Description, pp. 51-52)
    In: GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS (U.K. COLOR EDITION 28)


    1983

    48
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983
    A MARRIAGE BETWEEN A FERN AND AN ALGA
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 500: 20-24

    49
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983
    A TREE FOR ALL SEASONS
    WESTWAYS 75 (5): 34-36

    50
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983
    PATRIARCHS OF THE SOUTHWEST
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 503: 20-23

    51
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983
    RARE PLANTS II: REDISCOVERING THE ROCK CREEK BROOMRAPE
    FREMONTIA 11 (1): 16-18

    52
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983
    THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE JUMPING BEAN
    WESTWAYS 75 (9): 35-37 & 64

    53
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983
    THE WORLD'S SMALLEST WILDFLOWER
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 502: 17-21


    1984

    54
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    BIOLOGY 10 LABORATORY MANUAL (FOURTH EDITION)
    BURGESS PUBLISHING CO., MINNEAPOLIS. 200 p.

    55
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    DENIZENS OF THE SAND
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 505: 15-16

    56
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    LILIES OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 506: 14-16

    57
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    LOCOWEED: A WILD AND CRAZY PLANT
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 37 (3): 4-9

    58
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    NOTEWORTHY COLLECTION OF SPIRODELA PUNCTATA (Meyer) Thompson
    MADRONO 31 (2): 123-124

    59
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    NOTEWORTHY COLLECTION OF WOLFFIA GLOBOSA (Roxb.) Hartog & Plas
    MADRONO 31 (3): 191

    60
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    PINK SNOW
    SIERRA LIFE 4 (1): 68-69

    61
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984
    WORLD'S SMALLEST FLOWERING PLANT (Photo & Description, pp. 77-78)
    In: GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS (1985 AMERICAN EDITION)

    62
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984 [AND L.L. NORRIS]
    DEATH VALLEY'S RARE GILMANIA
    FREMONTIA 11 (4): 25-26

    63
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1984 [AND R.F. THORNE]
    THE GENUS WOLFFIA [LEMNACEAE] IN CALIFORNIA
    MADRONO 31 (3): 171-179


    1985

    64
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1985
    A FERN-ALGA SYMBIOSIS
    CAROLINA TIPS 48 (3): 9-11

    65
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1985
    A STATUS REPORT ON THE GENUS WOLFFIA IN CALIFORNIA
    FREMONTIA 13 (1): 11-14

    66
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1985
    DEVIL'S CLAW: TRADEMARK OF THE SOUTHWEST
    TERRA 23 (6): 16-19

    67
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1985
    WILD FRUITS OF THE DESERT
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 510: 26-31


    1986

    68
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    ASHES TO WILDFLOWERS
    WESTWAYS 78 (8): 42-46

    69
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    COVER PHOTO OF LILIUM PARVUM Kell.
    HERBERTIA 42 (THE AMERICAN PLANT LIFE SOCIETY)

    70
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    FIG ENCOUNTERS OF THE HYMENOPTERAN KIND
    ZOONOOZ 59 (7): 17-19

    71
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    FIGS. 2.24,2.43,2.61; PLATES Xa,b,c, XIIa,b,c,d,e, XIIId, XIVa, XVIa
    In: E. Landolt, MONOGRAPH OF LEMNACEAE, VER. GEOBOT. INST. ETH 71

    72
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    LEMNACEAE: DUCKWEED FAMILY (pp. 51-52)
    In: R.M. Beauchamp A FLORA OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

    73
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    PAINFUL ENCOUNTERS OF THE BOTANICAL KIND
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 514: 9-13

    74
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    PINK SALT LAKES
    WESTWAYS 78 (5): 48-50

    75
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    THE DEADLY DATURA
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 39 (4): 34-41

    76
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    DUCKWEEDS, SMALLEST FLOWERING PLANTS (Photos & Captions p. 354)
    In: P.H. Raven, et al., BIOLOGY OF PLANTS (4TH ED.), WORTH PUBL., NY

    77
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    THE GARDENIA, THE KUDU, AND A LONG-TONGUED MOTH
    ZOONOOZ 59 (1): 17-19

    78
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1986
    THOSE WILD MEXICAN JUMPING BEANS
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 512: 18-23


    1987

    79
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1987
    A PHENOMENON OF WIND
    WESTWAYS 79 (10): 30-32

    80
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1987
    DUCKWEEDS--NOT JUST FOR DUCKS
    ZOONOOZ 60 (6): 17-19

    81
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1987
    THE FIG AND ITS WASP
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 48 (2): 30-34

    82
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1987
    THE SEAGRASSES
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 516: 6-11

    83
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1987
    WATERMELON SNOW
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 517: 20-23

    84
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1987
    WHY DO JUMPING BEANS JUMP? [FAR OUT FACTS]
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD NO. 139: 3


    1988

    85
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    ANCIENTS OF THE SOUTHWEST
    WESTWAYS 80 (2): 55-58

    86
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    BIOLOGY LABORATORY MANUAL AND WORKBOOK
    BURGESS INTERNATIONAL GROUP, INC., EDINA, MN. 245 p.

    87
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    PLANT PUZZLES: GARDENIA THUNBERGIA (pp. 122-123)
    In: THE NEW BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE ANNUAL. GROLIER INC., CONN.

    88
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    POISON OAK--LOOK BUT DON'T TOUCH
    ZOONOOZ 61 (7): 17-19

    89
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    STRANGLERS AND BANYANS
    ZOONOOZ 61 (2): 16-19

    90
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    THE CALIMYRNA FIG AND ITS WASP
    CALIFORNIA GARDEN 79 (5): 135-139

    91
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988
    WIDE-EYED ABOUT WATERMEALS [FAR OUT FACTS]
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD NO. 157: 23

    92
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1988 [AND S. DISPARTI]
    WILD FIGS AND WASPS OF THE CALIFORNIAS
    ENVIRONMENT SOUTHWEST NO. 521: 7-11


    1989

    93
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    A PEEK AT POKEWEED
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 50 (4): 27-31

    94
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    FLORAL FLOTILLA
    ZOONOOZ 62 (4): 17-19

    95
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    NOTEWORTHY COLLECTIONS OF WOLFFIA ARRHIZA (L.) Horkel
    AND WOLFFIA BRASILIENSIS Weddell
    MADRONO 36 (4): 283-285

    96
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    POISON OAK: MORE THAN JUST SCRATCHING THE SURFACE
    TERRA 28 (1): 35-40

    97
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    SPECIAL SAN DIEGO COUNTY ISSUE (Photos & Captions)
    ZOONOOZ 62 (9): 16, 21, 28 & 29

    98
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    THE BIG FIGS
    WESTWAYS 81 (7): 52-55

    99
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    THE TINIEST TITAN
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 42 (3): 32-38

    100
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989
    WATERMELON SNOW [FAR OUT FACTS]
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD NO. 161: 21

    101
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1989 [AND R.F. THORNE]
    CALIFORNIA SEAGRASSES
    FREMONTIA 16 (4): 15-21


    1990

    102
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    BEWARE OF THE MANCHINEEL TREE
    ZOONOOZ 63 (4): 17-19

    103
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    BOTANICAL RECORD-BREAKERS
    ZOONOOZ 63 (9): 16-19

    104
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    NICKERNUTS: TRAVELERS OF THE OPEN SEA
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 51 (4): 39-45

    105
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    SEED VOYAGERS
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 43 (3): 32-39

    106
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    STRANGLERS IN PARADISE
    TERRA 29 (1): 32-40

    107
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    THE HEARTBREAK OF ANTHER SMUT
    ZOONOOZ 63 (5): 18-19

    108
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    THE JIMSONWEED JUNKIE
    ENVIRONMENT WEST 1 (2): 12-16

    109
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1990
    VALENTINES OF THE SEA [FAR OUT FACTS]
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD NO. 174: 3


    1991

    110
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1991
    BEAUTIFUL BOTANICALS: SEEDS FOR JEWELRY
    ORNAMENT 15 (1): 66-69

    111
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1991
    HAIL TO THE CATTAIL! [FAR OUT FACTS]
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD NO. 189: 21

    112
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1991
    SAN MARCOS VERNAL POOLS: LIST OF NATIVE & NATURALIZED SPECIES
    In: SAN DIEGO BIODIVERSITY PROJECT 1991

    113
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1991
    SEED VOYAGERS (pp. 85-91)
    In: POPULAR SCIENCE ANNUAL 1992. GROLIER INC., DANBURY, CONN.

    114
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1991
    VEGETABLE IVORY: SAVING ELEPHANTS & SO. AMERICAN RAIN FORESTS
    ZOONOOZ 64 (9): 17-19


    1992

    115
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    BUGGED BY BEETLES [FAR OUT FACTS]
    NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD NO. 201: 26

    116
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    DEVIL'S CLAWS
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 53 (4): 19-23

    117
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    JEWELS OF THE TROPICS
    TERRA 30 (3): 26-33

    118
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    LOGWOOD: THE TREE THAT SPAWNED A NATION
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 53 (1): 38-43

    119
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    LOOK BUT DON'T TOUCH: PLANT STINGING HAIRS
    ZOONOOZ 65 (8): 17-19

    120
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    MUDMIDGETS IN CALIFORNIA
    FREMONTIA 20 (2): 15-21

    121
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    NATURAL DYES
    ORNAMENT 15 (4): 70-73 & 92-95

    122
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    NATURE'S BOUNTY
    ORNAMENT 16 (2): 66-69

    123
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    ON GREEN BOULDERS AND RUSTY TREES
    PACIFIC DISCOVERY 45 (3): 8-17

    124
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1992
    WHEN A BEAN IS NOT A BEAN BUT IT DOES DO TRICKS
    ZOONOOZ 65 (1): 17-19


    1993

    125
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    BOTANICAL JEWELRY
    HERBALGRAM 29: 26-33

    126
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    DESERT VARNISH AND LICHEN CRUST
    AMERICAN DESERT 1 (5): 16-18

    127
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    FIG. 3, FIG. 7, FIG. 20
    In: E. Landolt, BERICHTE GEOBOT. INST. ETH 59, ZURICH

    128
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    HITCHHIKING PLANTS
    ZOONOOZ 66 (6): 24-27

    129
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    LANDSCAPING JURASSIC PARK
    ZOONOOZ 66 (8): 20-23

    130
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    LEMNACEAE: DUCKWEED FAMILY (pp. 1168-1173)
    In: J.C. Hickman (Ed.), THE JEPSON MANUAL, UC PRESS, BERKELEY

    131
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    NEOTROPICAL AMBER
    ORNAMENT 17 (1): 58-61 & 108

    132
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1993
    VOYAGES OF THE SEA HEARTS
    ZOONOOZ 66 (2): 21-23

    133
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. & J.L. PLATT 1993
    THE MARRIAGE BETWEEN ALGAE AND FUNGI
    FREMONTIA 22 (2): 3-12


    1994

    134
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    FLOATERS
    SEA FRONTIERS 40 (3): 24-31

    135
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    FROM ASHES TO WILDFLOWERS
    ZOONOOZ 67 (2): 23-27

    136
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    JOB'S TEARS
    ORNAMENT 18 (1): 104-105

    137
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    LAYERS OF MYSTERY: IS THEIR REALLY AMBER IN SIMI VALLEY?
    WESTWAYS 86 (3): 13

    138
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    LEMNACEAE
    In: J.T. Kartesz, SYNONYMIZED CHECKLIST OF THE VASCULAR FLORA OF
    THE U.S., CANADA & GREENLAND
    (2nd Ed.), TIMBER PRESS, PORTLAND

    139
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    NATURAL DYES
    HERBALGRAM 32: 30-34

    140
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    NATURE'S PERFECT MARRIAGE
    ZOONOOZ 67 (3): 24-27

    141
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    PLANTS OF JURASSIC PARK
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 55 (1): 42-48

    142
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    REMARKABLE SWAMP TREES
    ZOONOOZ 67 (8): 24-27

    143
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1994
    TIME TRAVELING WITH A LOCUST TREE
    ZOONOOZ 67 (5): 28-31


    1995

    144
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    A GALLING PUZZLE
    ZOONOOZ 68 (3): 26-31

    145
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    FEATURE ARTICLES: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
    THE DRIFTING SEED 1 (2): 4 & 9

    146
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    INDIAN SHOT
    ORNAMENT 18 (3): 70-71

    147
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    IRONWOODS
    ZOONOOZ 68 (1): 26-31

    148
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    MORNING GLORIES
    ZOONOOZ 68 (9): 26-30

    149
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    PINK SALT LAKES
    EASTERN SIERRA INTERAGENCY VISITOR CENTER, LONE PINE, CALIF.

    150
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995
    TO BE OR NOT TO BE A GALL
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 56 (4): 39-45

    151
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1995 [AND W.L. EPSTEIN]
    POISON OAK: MORE THAN JUST SCRATCHING THE SURFACE
    HERBALGRAM 34: 36-42


    1996

    152
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1996
    SEA-FARING SEEDS
    OCEAN REALM (SUMMER 1996): 89-96

    153
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1996
    THE WILD AND WONDERFUL WORLD OF GOURDS
    ZOONOOZ 69 (10): 24-27


    1997

    154
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    ALGODONES DUNES: PHOLISMA SONORAE (Photo & Caption, p. 216)
    In: CALIFORNIA'S WILD GARDENS, CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY

    155
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    CARRION FLOWERS: NOT ALL FLOWERS SMELL AS SWEET AS A ROSE!
    ZOONOOZ 70 (1): 24-27

    156
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    DESERT VARNISH & LICHEN CRUST: MICROBES COLOR DESERT ROCKS
    DesertUSA: http://www.desertusa.com/magdec97/varnish/dec_varnish.html

    157
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    FLOWERING PLANTS THAT MIMIC FUNGI
    ZOONOOZ 70 (10): 20-23

    158
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    INDIAN SHOT
    THE NEW FORESTER 9: 32-33 [DOMINICA MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE]

    159
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    MORNING GLORIES
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 58 (1): 15-21

    160
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1997
    THE POWER OF PLANTS
    ZOONOOZ 70 (5): 22-27


    1998

    161
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    CURIOUS COMMON NAMES OF WILDFLOWERS
    DesertUSA: http://www.desertusa.com/mag98/mar/names/flownames.html

    162
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    DESERT VARNISH [CALIF. STATE PARKS COLORADO DESERT DISTRICT]
    TRACKS (COLORADO DESERT DISTRICT NEWSLETTER): Feb. 1998: 1-2

    163
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    FLOWERS OR FUNGI? (pp. 37-39)
    In: POPULAR SCIENCE ANNUAL 1999. GROLIER INC., DANBURY, CONN.

    164
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    LICHEN CRUST [CALIF. STATE PARKS COLORADO DESERT DISTRICT]
    TRACKS (COLORADO DESERT DISTRICT NEWSLETTER): Mar. 1998: 1-2, 8

    165
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    SEAGRASSES OF THE PACIFIC COAST
    OCEAN REALM (SPRING 1998): 72-81

    166
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE CAPTIVATING CANNAS
    ZOONOOZ 71 (7): 28-31

    167
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE COTTONWOOD: A TREE OF ALL SEASONS
    ZOONOOZ 71 (4): 28-31

    168
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE LIFE & LOVE OF SAND DUNES. PART I: PHENOMENA OF THE WIND
    DesertUSA: http://www.desertusa.com/magjan98/dunes/jan_dune1.html

    169
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE LIFE & LOVE OF SAND DUNES. PART II: LIFE ON THE DUNES
    DesertUSA: http://www.desertusa.com/magfeb98/dunes/jan_dune2.html

    170
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE TRUTH ABOUT CAULIFLORY
    ZOONOOZ 71 (2): 20-23

    171
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE UNFORGETTABLE ACACIAS
    ZOONOOZ 71 (8): 28-31

    172
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    THE WILD AND WONDERFUL FAMILY OF GOURDS
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 59 (4): 11-18

    173
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    UNUSUAL DRIFT FRUIT FROM COSTA RICA
    THE DRIFTING SEED 4 (2): 7-8

    174
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1998
    WHY OWENS LAKE IS RED
    DesertUSA: http://www.desertusa.com/mag98/april/owens/owenslake.html


    1999

    175
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    BLOWING IN THE WIND
    ZOONOOZ 72 (2): 24-27

    176
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    BLOWING IN THE WIND: SEED AND FRUIT DISPERSAL BY WIND
    In: CD-ROM OF XV1 INTERNATIONAL BOTANICAL CONGRESS

    177
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    MAKE WAY FOR FAT-STEMMED PLANTS
    ZOONOOZ 72 (8): 26-31

    178
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    THE EUCALYPTUS: CALIFORNIA'S UBIQUITOUS GUM TREES (pp. 30-34)
    In: POPULAR SCIENCE ANNUAL 2000. GROLIER INC., DANBURY, CONN.

    179
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    THE GUMS THAT CHANGED CALIFORNIA'S LANDSCAPE
    ZOONOOZ 72 (1): 22-27

    180
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    THE TRICKS OF PLANT PARASITES
    KOALA CLUB NEWS 26 (5): 5

    181
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1999
    THE YUCCA AND ITS MOTH
    ZOONOOZ 72 (4): 28-31


    2000

    182
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2000
    THE DATURA AND ITS MOTH
    ZOONOOZ 73 (5): 26-31

    183
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2000
    THE ECLECTIC EUPHORBIAS
    ZOONOOZ 73 (6): 32-35

    184
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2000
    THOSE BLOOMING SUNFLOWERS!
    ZOONOOZ 73 (4): 28-31


    2001

    185
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001
    A BURST OF FIRE: THE SPECTACULAR CORAL TREES
    ZOONOOZ 74 (3): 26-30

    186
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001
    CYCADS: A GLIMPSE INTO THE AGE OF DINOSAURS
    ZOONOOZ 74 (7): 26-30

    187
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001
    LOCOWEEDS
    ZOONOOZ 74 (9): 27-30

    188
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001
    MAGNIFICENT MALLOWS
    ZOONOOZ 74 (8): 28-31

    189
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001
    NOTES ON THE OCEAN DISPERSAL OF CORAL BEANS
    THE DRIFTING SEED 7 (1): 5-6

    190
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2001
    PINK PLAYAS AND EXTREMOPHILES in
    WANTED: MARS...DEAD OR ALIVE by G.A. Landis
    ODYSSEY 10 (1): 19


    2002

    191
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2002
    GIVE THE GUARDS A DRINK!
    TALKING SCIENCE February/March 2002: 10
    TIMES MEDIA PRIVATE LIMITED, SINGAPORE

    192
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2002
    LEMNACEAE: DUCKWEED FAMILY (pp. 542-544)
    In: Baldwin, et al. (Eds.), JEPSON DESERT MANUAL, UC PRESS, BERKELEY

    193
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2002
    LILIES IN OUR FIELDS
    ZOONOOZ 75 (8): 28-31

    194
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2002
    STINKERS OF THE PLANT WORLD (pp. 39-42)
    In: SCIENCE ANNUAL 2002. GROLIER INC., DANBURY, CONN.

    195
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2002
    THE MARRIAGE BETWEEN ALGAE AND FUNGI
    WILDFLOWER 18 (1): 10-16


    2003

    196
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2003
    BEAUTIFUL BIGNONIAS
    ZOONOOZ 76 (2): 27-31

    197
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2003
    MAGNIFICENT MULBERRIES
    ZOONOOZ 76 (8): 27-31


    2004

    198
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2004
    ANCIENT MASTERS OF FOREST & SWAMP: THE REDWOOD FAMILY
    ZOONOOZ 77 (8): 27-31

    199
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2004
    ASK THE EXPERTS
    THE SCIENCE TEACHER 71 (9): 66

    200
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2004
    CURARE IMAGE (p. 126).
    In: Ingrid & Peter Schönfelder, DAS NEUE HANDBUCH der HEILPFLANZEN
    KOSMOS VERLAG, GERMANY

    201
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2004
    LEMNACEAE: DUCKWEED FAMILY (pp. 454-456)
    In: N.Smith, et al. (Eds.), FlOWERING PLANTS OF THE NEOTROPICS
    PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, PRINCETON & OXFORD

    202
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2004
    ORIGIN OF SAND DUNES (pp. 130-132)
    In: J.A. Adam, MATHEMATICS IN NATURE
    PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, PRINCETON & OXFORD


    2005

    203
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005
    CELL GROUPS: SLIME MOLD
    KIDS DISCOVER 15 (10): 3

    204
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005
    CHARLES DARWIN AND DRIFTSEEDS
    THE DRIFTING SEED 11 (3): 2-4

    205
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005
    COCONUT PEARLS: A REEVALUATION OF AUTHENTICITY
    ORNAMENT 28 (2): 46-49

    206
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005
    KUKUI NUT JEWELS OF HAWAII
    ORNAMENT 28 (4): 40-41

    207
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2005
    YUCCA LEAF CROSS SECTION (Magnified View)
    GeoMagazine N.R. 5 (December 2005): 148


    2006

    208
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2006
    DIVERSITY OF FLOWERING PLANTS (PART I)
    San Diego Horticultural Society Newsletter Number 141: 17-20 (June 2006)

    209
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2006
    DIVERSITY OF FLOWERING PLANTS (PART II)
    San Diego Horticultural Society Newsletter Number 142: 18-20 (July 2006)

    210
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2006
    EXTREME PLANTS (Biggest Pine Cone)
    KIDS DISCOVER 16 (Issue 5): 9

    211
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2006
    Hit The Waves (Kukui Nut Image)
    SCIENCE WORLD 68 (2): 18

    212
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2006
    POISON OAK: More Than Just Scratching The Surface
    Focal Point (Sacramento Land Surveyors Association): 1, 5 [June 2006]

    213
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2006
    THE TRUE CYPRESSES
    ZOONOOZ 79 (4): 28-31


    2007

    214
    ARMSTRONG, W.P., T.Chester and K. MADORE 2007
    "Brodiaea santarosae (Themidaceae), A New Rare Species From The Santa Rosa
    Basalt Area Of The Santa Ana Mountains Of Southern California."
    MADROÑO 54 (2): 187-198   See PDF File

    215
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2007
    DO PEARLS COME FROM COCONUTS?
    THE DRIFTING SEED 13 (1): 13-17

    216
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2007
    NICKERNUT IMAGE: pp. 4-5 In Count and Capture by C. Ellis
    COUNT and CAPTURE, Options Publishing, Merrimack, NH

    217
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2007
    YO, HO, HO AND A CHEST FULL OF PLANTS: Searching for Botanical Treasures
    ZOONOOZ 80 (1): 28-31


    2008

    218
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2008
    CRYPTOBIOTIC CRUSTS: ENABLING NATIVE PLANTS
    THE SANDPAPER (Winter 2008): 12-13   See PDF File

    219
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2008
    DESERT VARNISH UPDATE
    THE SANDPAPER (Summer 2008): 6-7   See PDF File

    220
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2008
    Figures 274, 280 & 282: In Chapter 4 "Holoparasitic Families."
    PARASITIC FLOWERING PLANTS by H.S. Heide-Jorgensen

    221
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2008
    Post-fire Wildflower Dispay: In "Fire and State Parks."
    CALIFORNIA PARKLANDS (Spring 2008): 11

    222
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2008
    THE REGAL REDWOODS: Monarchs of the Forest
    ZOONOOZ 81 (12): 28-30


    2009

    223
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2009 (with T. Chester and K. Madore)
    A NEWLY DESCRIBED GRASSLAND SPECIES FROM THE SANTA ROSA PLATEAU AND SURROUNDING AREAS
    GRASSLANDS 19 (2): 3 &Cover Illustration (Spring 2009)

    224
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2009
    ANCIENT TREES & STROMATOLITES: MATERIALS FOR MODERN JEWELRY
    ORNAMENT 33 (2): 64-67   See PDF File

    225
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2009
    Image & Caption of Phytoliths in GRASSLANDS by B. Bailey
    Fig. 5 (Page 4) in BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES REVIEW 22 (2): 2-5 (November 2009)

    226
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2009
    STROMATOLITES: WHAT THEY ARE & WHAT THEY MEAN TO US
    THE SANDPAPER (Spring 2009): 12-13   See PDF File

    227
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2009 (with T. Chester and K. Madore)
    THE SANTA ROSA BASALT BRODIAEA: A NEW SPECIES "HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT"
    FREMONTIA 37 (2): 20-27   See PDF File


    2010

    228
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2010
    THE ARAUCARIA FAMILY: PAST & PRESENT
    PACIFIC HORTICULTURE 71 (1): 4-11   See PDF File

    229
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2010
    THE COASTAL SAGE SCRUB: AN ENDANGERED PLANT COMMUNITY
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER 1 (1): October 2010   See PDF File


    2011

    230
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    ARAUCARIA FAMILY: FORESTS OF THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER 1 (3): 4 May 2011   See PDF File

    231
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    BEAUTIFUL USEFUL DEVIL'S CLAW
    THE SANDPAPER (Spring 2011): 3-4   See PDF File

    232
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    Figure 9. Coast Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma coronatum)
    In: "HORMIGAS ARGENTINAS" by P.E. Schilman: CIENCIA HOY Vol. 21 (Feb-Mar 2011) Page 14

    233
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    PALOMAR COLLEGE CACTUS & SUCCULENT GARDEN
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER 1 (4): 6 September 2011   See PDF File

    234
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    Photo image of Prionus californicus for Mission Trails Regional Park Trail Guide Program
    In: "PRIONUS CALIFORNICUS: THE MINORITY OPINION" by A.F. Baker: TRAIL TALK Vol. 15 (Issue 8) Page 1

    235
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    THE AMAZING FIG & ITS WASP
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER 1 (2): 17 February 2011   See PDF File

    236
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2011
    Vegetable Ivory Images: IVORY IDENTIFICATION POSTER IN THAILAND (To Combat Illegal Ivory Trade)
    WORLD WILDLIFE FUND and the CONSERVATION FOUNDATION, TRAFFIC and CITES   See PDF File


    2012

    237
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2012
    ARACEAE: DUCKWEED GENERA (FORMERLY LEMNACEAE) pp. 1300-1302 + 1307
    In: B.G Baldwin, D.H. Goldman, D.J. Keil, R. Patterson, T.J. Rosatti & D.H. Wilken (Eds.)
    THE JEPSON MANUAL: Vascular Plants of California (2nd Edition), UC PRESS, BERKELEY

    238
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2012
    ARE YOU SURE IT'S A POPCORN FLOWER?
    THE SANDPAPER (Early Spring 2012): 3-4   See PDF File

    239
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2012
    NAME CHANGES IN WILDFLOWERS AT PALOMAR COLLEGE
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER 2 (1): 14 February 2012   See PDF File

    240
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2012
    PALOMAR COLLEGE CACTUS & SUCCULENT GARDEN
    CACTUS COURIER 58 (4): 5-6 (April 2012)   See PDF File

    241
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2012
    THE AMAZING POKEWEED FAMILY (PHYTOLACCACEAE)
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER 2 (2): 27 August 2012   See PDF File

    2013

    242
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2013
    CELLS CAN WORK ALONE OR TOGETHER: SLIME MOLD
    KIDS DISCOVER 23 (1): 3 [January 2013]

    243
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2013
    STINKING FLOWERS: BLOSSOMS THAT SMELL BAD & ATTRACT FLIES
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER #7: 10 September 2013   See PDF File

    244
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2013
    WOLFFIA GLOBOSA IMAGE FOR ARTICLE: "3.10 METER - 0.0004 METER."
    ZEIT WISSEN 4/2013 [Juni-Juli 2013]

    2014

    245
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2014
    DESCRIPTION FOR BRIGHAMIA INSIGNIS & BOTANICAL RECORD-BREAKERS TABLE 1
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER #8: 10 April 2014   See PDF File

    2015

    246
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2015
    DEERGRASS: A NATIVE BUNCHGRASS PLANTED AT PALOMAR COLLEGE
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER #9: 10 April 2015   See PDF File

    2016

    247
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2016
    FICUS PSEUDOCARICA CAPRIFIG ON CAMPUS & RARE AFRICAN TREE IN THE CAMPUS GREENHOUSE
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER #10: 10 April 2016   See PDF File

    2017

    248
    ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2017
    PALOMAR COLLEGE IS OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS AN ARBORETUM
    FRIENDS OF THE PALOMAR COLLEGE ARBORETUM NEWSLETTER #11: 10 April 2017

    249
    Nicola M. G. Ardenghi, Wayne P. Armstrong & Daniele Paganelli 2017
    Wolffia columbiana (Araceae, Lemnoideae): first record of the smallest alien flowering plant in southern Europe and Italy
    Journal Botany Letters Volume 164, 2017 - Issue 2
    Pages 121-127 | Received 13 Feb 2017, Accepted 10 Apr 2017, Published online: 05 May 2017
    LINK TO PDF OF THIS ARTICLE Published In Journal Botany Letters Volume 164
    WOLFFIA FROM THE PO RIVER OF NORTHERN ITALY Photographic Analysis Of Specimens

    2018

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