Lawrence Janeway

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Curator
California State University, Chico
Chico, CA  95929-0515
530-898-5381

LJaneway@csuchico.edu

Collecting a Sedge

Education

MS Botany, 1991, California State University, Chico

BA Botany, 1983, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

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Publications

Zika, P.F., L.P. Janeway, B.L. Wilson, and L. Ahart. 2013. Carex cyrtostachya (Cyperaceae), a new species of sedge endemic to the Sierra Nevada of California.” J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 7: 25 – 35. 2013.

Wilson, B.L., R.E. Brainerd, L.P. Janeway, K. Kuykendall, D. Lytjen, B. Newhouse, N. Otting, S. Meyers, and P.F. Zika. 2007. “Description of Carex klamathensis (Cyperaceae), a rare sedge of the Klamath Region of Oregon and California.” J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 69-77.

Schierenbeck,K.A., L. Janeway, A. Kapoor, and F. Phipps. 2005.  “A genetic and morphological study of Clarkia stellata (Onagraceae) and related species in northeastern California.” Madroño 52: 148-157.

Janeway,L.P. 2005. “Noteworthy Collections.  California.”  Madroño 52:125.  First report for California of  Carex pendula (Cyperaceae).

Gottlieb,L.D and L.P. Janeway. 1997. “A new subspecies of Clarkia mildrediae (Onagraceae).”  Madroño 44: 245-252.

Gottlieb, L.D and L.P. Janeway.  1995. “The status of Clarkia mosquinii (Onagraceae).” Madroño 42: 79-82.

Janeway, L.P.  1993.  “Noteworthy Collections.  California.” Madroño 40:268-269.  Reporting the re-discovery of species thought to be extinct:  Clarkia mosquinii ssp. mosquinii and C. mosquinii ssp.  xerophila (Onagraceae).

Castro, B.M. and L.P. Janeway.  1993.  “Noteworthy Collections.  California”  Madroño 40:269-270.  Reporting the re-discovery of a species thought to be extinct:  Monardella douglasii var. venosa (Lamiaceae).

Janeway, L.P.  1992.  “The Cyperaceae of Butte County.  Part 1:  Carex.”  Number 9 in the series “Studies from the Herbarium, California State University, Chico.”  February 1992.

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Dr. Rob Schlising headed my thesis committee when I was a student at Chico State. When Rob retired from teaching in 2004, one of his former students, Jeff Prouty, set up this web page in his honor. Rob's "not a retirement party" party, attended by many of his former students, was July 17, 2004.