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Acknowledgements

First thanks should go to every author and collector who I have cited above as they did the actual work upon which this assemblage was based. 

I want to also thank a host of helpful information services for helping me obtain reference materials. Actual databases are listed in the references above. However, a growing number of organizations exist with the intentions of digitizing everything possible and making knowledge more readily available. In alphabetical order: Archive.org, Biblioteca digital del Real Jardín Botanico CSIC (Madrid), Biodiversity Heritage Project, MOBOT’s Botanicus, the Canadian Forest Service, Citationsy, Galica at the Muséum national d’histoire naturelle, Google, Hathitrust, and Alexandra Elbakyan’s Sci-Hub.