hibiscus.org - Pre-release preview site

SubscriptionsReturn to hibiscus.org

External site

Article Archive

This page contains archived copies of a number of journal articles and botanical texts relating to Hibiscus and Malvaceae. All articles have previously been freely available on the internet however they have not been easily available in one location.

Quick links
- General articles
- Hibiscus and Malvaceae articles
- Historical texts
If you know of any items on this page which may not be archived and redistributed, please let us know at research@hibiscus.org. Similarly, if you know of any articles which aren't currently included but may be made available for redistribution, please let us know at research@hibiscus.org.

Please note: this is not a complete catalogue of all material related to Australian Native Hibiscus, or more broadly, Malvaceae. Many items are not freely available outside the scientific and academic communities, or otherwise available for archival redistribution. It is hoped in time, more resources may be added as they become available.

Comprehensive details of Australian publications relating to a specific species can be found in the Australian Plant Name Index (APNI) - http://www.anbg.gov.au/apni/index.html External site
For publications from other regions, JSTOR - http://www.jstor.org/ External site provides a broad index of material.

All material provided on this page is 'as is' and copyright of its respective authors. All files are Adobe Acrobat PDF files. Adobe Acrobat Reader can be freely obtained from http://get.adobe.com/reader/ External site

To save an item from this page using your web browser, right click on the Local copy filename and select Save As.

General articles


Hibiscus and Malvaceae articles


Historical texts

Thanks to the work of The Missouri Botanical Garden - http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/molib/, External site The New York Botanical Garden - http://www.nybg.org/library/), External site and others, a number of significant historical botanical texts are now available as scanned editions through the Biodiversity Heritage Library - http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/. External site While many of the texts have been supplemented by more recent species descriptions, some of the key attributes defined for different hibiscus species are still significant.

The archived PDF files are as found and the complete texts. Please be aware that most files are quite large. To access and download individual pages, refer to the entry at the Biodiversity Heritage Library http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/. External site

Note: As these are typically scans of the original texts, many are not in English. Babelfish http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ External site and Google Translate http://translate.google.com/ External site can be helpful in translating with the latter also supporting Latin.


Return to hibiscus.org new site preview
Return to hibiscus.org main site