Albion Hodgdon, namesake of the herbarium

Publications of Albion R. Hodgdon, Chronologically Arranged

Original list compiled by L.A. Bohs, May 1978


Hodgdon, A.R. 1932. The Flora of Strafford County, New Hampshire. M.S. Thesis, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1934. Trillium grandiflorum in New Hampshire. Rhodora 36: 376.

Fernald, M.L. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1934. Gaultheria procumbens L., forma accressens, f. nov. Rhodora 36: 129, plate 283.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1935. Two range extensions. Rhodora 37: 414-415.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1938. A taxonomic study of Lechea. Rhodora 40: 29-69, 87-131, pl. 488-491. [Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University CXXI]


Hodgdon, A.R.  1944. Lilium superbum and other isolated species in Durham, New Hampshire. Rhodora 46: 21-23.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1944. Mikania scandens in southern New Hampshire. Rhodora 46: 142-144.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1945. Carex cristatella in New Hampshire. Rhodora 47: 38-39.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1946. Notes on New Hampshire plants. Rhodora 48: 205-206.

Flint, J. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1948. Another New Hampshire station for Subularia. Rhodora 50: 72.


Hodgdon, A.R. and S.B. Krochmal. 1948. Podostemum, Hippuris, and Hottonia in New Hampshire. Rhodora 50: 209-211.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and H. Friedlander. 1949. Additions to the Harris “Flora of Windham, New Hampshire.” Rhodora 51: 107-112.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and D.P. Gangi. 1949. Carya ovalis and Carya glabra in Durham, New Hampshire and vicinity. Rhodora 51: 150-152.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and S. Krochmal. 1950. Range-extension and –clarifications in New Hampshire. Rhodora 52: 160-164.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and A.D. Hastings. 1951. Dryopteris fragrans var. remotiuscula and some other ferns from the vicinity of Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire. American Fern Journal 41: 46-48.


Wolfe, L.P. Jr. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1951. A new form of Rubus allegheniensis. Rhodora 53: 30-32.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1951. Is Onoclea sensibilis poisonous to horses? American Fern Journal 41: 61-62.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1952. Glyceria septentrionalis and G. acutiflora in Lee, New Hampshire. Rhodora 54: 25-27.


Hodgdon, A.R., P. Giguere, S.B. Krochmal, and A. Riel. 1952. New Potamogeton records in New Hampshire. Rhodora 54: 237-246.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and S.B. Krochmal. 1953. A New Hampshire station for Heteranthera dubia (Jacq.) MacM. Rhodora 55: 57-58.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and F.L. Steele. 1953. Pinguicula vulgaris L. in New Hampshire. Rhodora 55: 349-352.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1955. Ilex glabra and a new station for Kalmia latifolia in New Hampshire. Rhodora 57:34-36.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and F.L. Steele. 1958. The Woody Plants of New Hampshire. University of New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 447, Durham, NH.

Pike, R. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1958. A new Rhododendron station in Maine. Rhodora 60: 328-329.


Pike, R.B. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1959. Naturalized mugo pine in New Hampshire. Rhodora 61: 121-123.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R. Pike. 1959. Rhododendron maximum in New Hampshire. Rhodora 61: 148-150, 181.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1959. Sedum sextangulare in New Hampshire. Rhodora 61: 247.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1959. Cabomba caroliniana in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Rhodora 61: 248, 249.


Steele, F.L. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1959. Some additions to the vascular flora of New Hampshire. Rhodora 61: 268-270.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R. Pike. 1960. Recent changes in some Rhododendron colonies in Maine and New Hampshire. Rhodora 62: 87-93.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R. Pike. 1961. Rhododendron maximum in Hopkinton and Harrisville, New Hampshire. Rhodora 63: 26-29.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R. Pike. 1961. An ecological interpretation of Rhododendron colonies in Maine and New Hampshire. Rhodora 63: 61-70.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1962. Talus slope and cliffs of Cannon Mountain; Forks of the Diamond Natural Area (with R.S. Monahan); Maple-oak-hickory forest, Durham; Dunshee Island in Connecticut River, Walpole (with F.L. Steele); Island in Connecticut River – Plainfield (with F.L. Steele); Hart Island in Connecticut River (with F.L. Steele); Eastern white cedar swamp – Barrington; Saltmarsh – Seabrook; Sand spit – Hampton; Seabrook Dunes. In: Natural Areas of New Hampshire Suitable for Ecological Research by C.J. Lyon and F.H. Bormann, eds. Department of Biological Sciences Publication No. 2, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Hodgdon, A.R. 1962. Comment from the new editor. Rhodora 64: 97.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R.B. Pike. 1962. Some additions to the flora of Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick. Rhodora 64: 98-102.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and F. Steele. 1962. Glandularity in Rubus allegheniensis Porter. Rhodora 64: 161-168.


Pike, R.B. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1962. Changes in the flora of the Machias Seal Islands. Rhodora 64: 340-346.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and F.L. Steele. 1962. Juniperus horizontalis in New Hampshire. Rhodora 64: 351-352.


Pike, R.B. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1963. The flora of the Wolf Islands, New Brunswick. Part I. Rhodora 65: 82-96.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1963. Editor’s note. Rhodora 65: 192.


Steele, F. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1963. Hybridization of Rubus hispidus and Rubus setosus. Rhodora 65: 262-270.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1963. John Lyon, nurseryman and plant hunter [Review]. Rhodora 65: 283.


Pike, R.B. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1963. Notes on Great Wass Island, Maine. Rhodora 65: 285.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1963. A strange form of Hypericum canadense. Rhodora 65: 357-358.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1963. Commelina communis in New Hampshire. Rhodora 65: 363.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R.B. Pike. 1964. Additions to the Wolf Islands flora, 1963. Rhodora 66: 61-62.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1964. Flora of Missouri [Review]. Rhodora 66: 92-94.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R. Pike. 1964. Flora of the Wolf Islands, New Brunswick, Part 2: Some phytogeographic considerations. Rhodora 66: 140-155.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R.B. Pike. 1964. Additions to the flora of the Wolf Islands, New Brunswick for 1964. Rhodora 66: 413-416.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1965. Mountain Flowers of New England [Review]. Rhodora 67: 84-85.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and F.L. Steele. 1966. Rubus subgenus Eubatus in New England. Rhodora 68: 474-513.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1966. Revised check-list of the vascular plants of Maine [Review]. Rhodora 68: 521-524.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1967. A June day at Brookside. New Hampshire Audubon Quarterly 20: 97.


Churchill, J.A. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1967. Saxifraga cernua in New England. Rhodora 69: 485-486.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1969. Added note on Edith Scamman. Rhodora 71: 165.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and R.B. Pike. 1969. Continued botanizing in the Wolf Islands, New Brunswick. Rhodora 71: 297-302.


Hodgdon, A.R., R.B. Pike, and H.R. Tyler Jr. 1969. More additions to the flora of Grand Manan, New Brunswick. Rhodora 71: 306-308.


Hodgdon, A.R. and R.B. Pike. 1969. Floristic comparison of three bird islands in the Gulf of Maine. Rhodora 71: 510-523.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1970. An uncommon wild flower at Brookside. New Hampshire Audubon Quarterly 23: 86.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1970. Important work on the flora of New England [Review]. Rhodora 72: 137-141.


Steele, F.L. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1970. Hybrids in Rubus subgenus Eubatus in New England. Rhodora 72: 240-250.


Steele, F.L. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1970. Correction in article on Rubus hybrids. Rhodora 72: 547.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1971. Talus slope and cliffs of Cannon Mountain; Mt. Misery ledges and deciduous forest; Forks of the Diamond Natural Area (with R.S. Monahan); Virgin spruce-fir forest – Norton Pool (with H.I. Baldwin and T. Richards); Maple-oak-hickory forest, Durham; Deciduous forest with flowering dogwood; Rhododendron colony – Mason (with R. Pike); College Woods – Durham; Five Finger Point – Squam Lake; Pisgah Valley forest (with P. Allen); Mixed forest with Rhododendron (with R. Pike); Dunshee Island in Connecticut River, Walpole (with F.L. Steele); Island in Connecticut River – Plainfield (with F.L. Steele); Hart Island in Connecticut River (with F.L. Steele); Harvard Forest blowdown – Winchester (with P. Allen); Pisgah Forest blowdown (with P. H. Allen); Spruce Hole Bog – Durham; Eastern white cedar swamp – Barrington; Eastern White Cedar Swamp – New Durham (with P. Allen); Spruce swamp – Fremont (with R. Weyrick); Saltmarsh – Seabrook; Sand spit – Hampton; Seabrook Dunes. In: Natural Areas of New Hampshire Suitable for Ecological Research by C.J. Lyon and W.A. Reiners, eds. Department of Biological Sciences Publication No. 4, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Hodgdon, A.R.  and F.L. Steele. 1971. Another look at New Hampshire birches. Forest Notes 106: 18-19.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1971. The Flora of Vermont [Review]. Rhodora 73: 68-71.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1971. Notable ferns on Bear Mountain, Hebron, New Hampshire. Rhodora 73: 462-464.


Conant, D. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1972. Rare ferns of New Hampshire. New Hampshire Audubon Quarterly 25: 43-48.


Hehre, E.J., A.R. Hodgdon, and R.B. Pike. 1972. The Parker Cleaveland Herbarium of Bowdoin College. Rhodora 74: 80-84.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and F.L. Steele. 1972. Recent discoveries in the New Hampshire flora. Rhodora 74: 291-294.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1973. Endangered plants of New Hampshire. Forest Notes 114: 2-6.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1973. Flora of the Galapagos Islands [Review]. Rhodora 75: 140-145.


Steele, F.L. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1973. Two interesting plants on Mt. Cardigan, Orange, New Hampshire. Rhodora 75: 155-157.


Hodgdon, A.R.  and L.M. Eastman. 1973. Chimaphila maculata (L.) Pursh in Maine and New Hampshire. Rhodora 75: 162-165.


McCain, J., R.B. Pike, and A.R. Hodgdon. 1973. The vascular flora of Kent Island, Grand Manan, New Brunswick. Rhodora 75: 311-322.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1973. Correction in book review, Flora of the Galapagos Islands. Rhodora 75: 323.


Hodgdon, A.R.  1973. The genus Lesquerella (Cruciferae) in North America [Review]. Rhodora 75: 622-623.


Hodgdon, A.R. 1974. Carex exilis, Geocaulon lividum and other plants of interest in Pittsburg, New Hampshire. Rhodora 76: 307-309.


Steele, F.L. and A.R. Hodgdon. 1975. Trees and Shrubs of Northern New England. Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Concord, NH.


Hodgdon, A.R., G.E. Crow, and F.L. Steele. 1979. Grasses of New Hampshire I. Tribes Poeae (Festuceae) and Triticeae (Hordeae). New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 512, Durham, NH.


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