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E. C. Morgan, J. A. Sperling and J. Borysiewicz. 2008. The Bryophytes of Bartlett Arboretum Forest, Stamford, Connecticut, including a comparison to other floras. Evansia. 25: 8-11.Publication Morgan 2008
E. C. Morgan and J. A. Sperling. 2007. New species of Dracontium (Araceae) from Iquitos, Peru. Aroideana. 30: 53-55.Publication Morgan 2007
E. C. Morgan, J. A. Sperling, and L. K. Leon. 2006. Variation in the traditional uses of Dracontium in the vicinity of Iquitos, Peru. Aroideana: 29: 152-157.
E. C. Morgan and W.A. Overholt. 2005. Potential allelopathic effects of Brazilian Pepper (Schinus terebinthifilius Radii ANACARDIACEAE) aqueous extracts upon the growth of selected Florida native plants. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Club. 132:11-15.
W. A. Overholt, S. L. Ewe, R. Diaz, E.C. Morgan, and O. Moeri. 2004. Feeding effects of Ischnodemus variegatus (Hemiptera: Blissidae) on photosynthesis and growth of Hymenachne amplexicaulis (Poaceae). Florida Entomologist. 87:312-316.Publication Overholt
Posters and Presentations
E. C. Morgan, J. Borysiewicz, A. Colleran, K. Hampilos. Invasion of a southern New England forest by the invasive tree Phellodendron amurense Rupr. Poster presented at Invasive Species Symposium sponsored by UCONN, CIPWG, IPANE and DEP. October 2008 Posters-Morgan 2008
J. Borysiewicz. Identification of four potentially invasive non-native species Akebia quinata (Chocolate Vine), Phellodendron amurense (Amur Cork Tree), and Symplocos paniculata (Sapphire Berry), Styphnolobium japonicum (Japanese Pagoda Tree) and the importance of constant monitoring and early detection. Poster presented at Invasive Species Symposium sponsored by UCONN, CIPWG, IPANE and DEP. October 2008
E. C. Morgan, J. Borysiewicz. Invasion of a southern New England forest by the invasive tree Phellodendron amurense Rupr. Poster presented at Invasive species symposium sponsored by Torrey Botanical society and the Bartlett Arboretum. June 2008