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Floral Morphology of Tinantia pringlei 

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medical illustration of For Dr, Christopher Hardy, Millersville Pennsylvania. Published in:

Hardy CR, J Ryndock*[MU '09]. 2012. Floral morphology and organogenesis in Tinantia pringlei, along with a review of floral developmental variation in the spiderwort family, Commelinaceae. Botanical Review 78 (4): 416-427.

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Next medical illustration of Six of 60 Cretaceous leaf reconstructions completed for a monograph of the Big Cedar Ridge (Wyoming) with Dr. Scott Wing, Department of Paleobotany, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. (http://paleobiology.si.edu/staff/individuals/wing.cfm)

Cretaceous Botanicals of the Big Cedar Ridge

For Dr, Christopher Hardy, Millersville Pennsylvania. Published in: Hardy CR, J Ryndock*[MU '09]. 2012. Floral morphology and organogenesis in Tinantia pringlei, along with a review of floral developmental variation in the spiderwort family, Commelinaceae. Botanical Review 78 (4): 416-427. Pencil

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