Numbers: RV484 and RV529 Dilleniaceae
Dillenia suffruticosa (Griff.
cuspidata 67 Rhynchospora aurea 68 Scleria ciliaris 69 Scleria purpurescens 70 Scleria sumatrensis 71 Tetraria borneensis 72 Thoracostachyum bancanum 73 Datiscaceae Octomele sumatrana 74 Dilleniaceae
Dillenia beccariana 75 Dillenia excelsa 76 Dillenia sp.
Debru-bang 24 Dryopteris filix-max Dryopteridaceae Kraing-ha (L.
Doliocarpus dentatus Kubitzki Surinam SM L.
Tetracera parviflora (Rusby) Sleumer stem 75 Euphorbiaceae Chamaesyce hirta (L.
The following year I invited Bill and his good wife, Marlene, to join me in Tempe, so I could advise him regarding the completion of his doctoral research on the Dilleniaceae
Those expeditions had an important impact on his career, for he subsequently published several dozen papers on the morphology and anatomy of New Caledonian plants, including members of Dilleniaceae
Model families he studied in this way included Dilleniaceae
(Dickison, 1967-1970, 1979; Rury & Dickison, 1977; Dickison et al.
12) undertook a thorough comparative morphological study of the Dilleniaceae
in order to elucidate characters already known, as well as to discover additional characters for better understanding the evolutionary relationships of the taxa in the family.