Award Winners - Systematics

  • 1990 - Martha Carolina Easley and Walter S. Judd - Vascular Flora of the Southern Upland Property of Paynes Prairie State Preserve, Alachua County, Florida. Castanea 55: 142-186.
  • 1991 - Douglas W. Ogle - Spirea virginiana Britton: I. Delineation and Distribution. Castanea 56: 287-296.
  • 1992 - Warren Frank Lamboy - The Taxonomic Status and Probable Origin of Aster chlorolepis, a Southern Appalachian Endemic. Castanea 57: 52-65.
  • 1993 - Gwynn W. Ramsey, Charles H. Leys, Robert A. S. Wright, Douglas A. Coleman, Aubrey O. Neas and Charles E. Stevens - Vascular Flora of the James River Gorge Watersheds in the Central Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Castanea 58: 260-300.
  • 1994 - Patricia B. Cox and Lowell E. Urbatsch - A Taxonomic Revision of Rudbeckia subg. Macrocline (Asteraceae: Heliantheae: Rudbeckiinae). Castanea 59: 300-318.
  • 1995 - Paul R. Cabe - The Trillium pusillum Michaux (Liliaceae) Complex in Virginia. I. Morphological Investigations. Castanea 60: 1-14.
  • 1996 - Daniel F. Brunton, Donald M. Britton and Thomas F. Wieboldt - Taxonomy, Identity, and Status of Isoetes virginica (Isoetaceae). Castanea 61: 145-150.
  • 1997 - Bruce A. Sorrie, Brian VanEerden and Mary Jo Russo - Noteworthy Plants from Fort Bragg and Camp MacKall, North Carolina. Castanea 62: 239-259.
  • 1998 - Mark P. Widrlechner -The genus Rubus L. in Iowa. Castanea 63: 415-465.
  • 1999 - Richard K. Clements, Jerry Baskin and Carol Baskin -The Comparative Biology of the Two Closely-related Species Penstemon tenuiflorus Pennell and P. hirsutus (L.) Willd. (Scrophulariaceae, Section Graciles) II: Reproductive Biology. Castanea 64: 299-309.
  • 2000 - Deborah Q. Lewis -A Revision of the New World Species of Lindernia (Scrophulariaceae). Castanea 65: 93-122.
  • 2001 - James R. Allison and Timothy E. Stevens - Vascular Flora of Ketona Dolomite Outcrops in Bibb County, Alabama. Castanea 66:154-205.
  • 2002 - James A. Schrader and William R. Graves - Infraspecific Systematics of Alnus maritima (Betulaceae) from Three Widely Disjunct Provinces. Castanea 67: 380-401.
  • 2003 - Robert G. Downer and Philip E. Hyatt - Recommendations Concerning the Identification of Carex retroflexa and Carex texensis (Cyperaceae; Section Phaestoglochin Dumort) Castanea 68: 245-253
  • 2004 - Lawrence S. Barden and James F. Matthews - Andre Michaux's Sumac - Rhus michauxii Sargent: Why did Sargent rename it and where did Michaux find it? Castanea 69: 109-115.
  • 2005 - Kerry D. Heafner and Rebecca D. Bray - Taxonomic reassessment of North American Granite Outcrop Isoetes species with emphasis on vegetative morphology and I. piedmontana (Pfeiffer) Reed sensu lato.
  • Castanea 70: 204-221.
  • 2006 - Matthew Sewell and Michael Vincent - Biosystematics of Phacelia ranunculacea Complex (Hydrophyllaceae). 71(3): 192-209.
  • 2007 - Aaron H. Kennedy and Gary L. Walker - The population genetics structures of the Showy Lady's-Slipper Orchid (Cypripedium reginae Walter) in its glaciated and unglaciated ranges. 72(4): 248-261.
  • 2008 - Michael Woods - The genera Desmodium and Hylodesmum (Fabaceae) in Alabama. 73(1): 46-69.
  • 2009 - Jimmie D. Thompson,William R. Norris and Deborah Q. Lewis - The Vascular Flora of Ledges State Park (Boone County, Iowa) Revisited: Revelations and Recommendations. 74(4): 390-423.
  • 2010 - Dwyane Estes - Viburnum bracteatum (Adoxaceae) expanded to include Viburnum ozarkense. 75(2): 277-293.
  • 2011 – James Schrader and William R. Graves - Taxonomy of Leitneria (Simaroubaceae) resolved by ISSR, ITS and morphometric characterization. 76 (3): 313-338.
  • 2012 - Joey Shaw, J. Hill Craddock and Meagan A. Binkley - Phylogeny and Phylogeography of North American Castanea Mill. (Fagaceae) using cpDNA Suggests Gene Sharing in the Southern Appalachians (Castanea Mill., Fagaceae). 76(2): 186-211.
  • 2013 - Lisa E. Wallace and Chrsitopher H. Doffitt - Genetic Structure of the mesic forest-adapted herbs Trillium cueatum and Trillium stamineum (Melanthiaceae) in the south-central United States.  77(2): 154-162.