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  • Armstrong, W.P. 1998. Unusual drift fruit from Costa Rica.   4(2):7-8.
  • Armstrong, W.P. 2001. Notes on the ocean dispersal of Coral Beans.   7(1):5-6.
  • Armstrong, W.P. 2005. Charles Darwin and Driftseeds.   11(3):2-4.
  • Armstrong, W.P. 2007. Do Pearls Come From Coconuts?   13(1):13-17.
  • Beerensson, J.L. 2001. Fossil Ghost Crabs.   7(1):3.
  • Beerensson, J.L. 2001. More on Fossil Ghost Crabs.   7(3):5.
  • Beerensson, J.L. 2003. Fossil sand dollars found on the beaches of Brevard County, Florida.   9(1):8.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2006. The Black Sea Biscuit.   12(1):16.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2006. The Quarter-Pounder Bean.   12(2):10.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2006. The Nirvana Bean.   12(3):10.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2007. Starnuts and Lake-Beans.   13(2):12.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2007. The Biggest Sea Purse.   13(2):13.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2007. The Brain Bean.   13(3):8.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2007. The Brown Coralbean. A.K.A. The What?, Where?, Did I Miss It? Bean  13(3):9.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2008. The Biggest Mary's Bean.   14(1):12.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. The Giant Bay-Bean.   14(3):9.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. Hearts Gone Wild.   14(3):10.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. Wood-Rose or Moonflower? ...that is the question!   15(1):3.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. How big is your Porcupine?   15(1):5.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. The Lantern Tree.   15(1):4.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. How Big is Your Brownie? ...and While We're at it, How Big is Your Yellow Fellow?   15(2):9.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2009. How Big is Your Smallest?   15(3):3.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2010. Interaction Between Species.   16(1):5.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] 2012. Beaning with Michele Kelley.   18(1):4.
  • Beerensson, J.[L.] and Steve Uhl. 2012. Cruise Ship Sea-Beaning the Yucatan Peninsula.   18(3):17.
  • Bernstein, S. 2006. The Snake that Charmed the Beaner.   12(2):6.
  • Bernstein, S. 2006. October Beananza: A Bonanza of Sea Beans.   12(3):9.
  • Bernstein, S. 2007. A Leatherback's Sojourn: The Palm Beach Sea Story.   13(1):2-3.
  • Bernstein, S. 2008. The Original Seed Beads.   14(1):8-10.
  • Bernstein, S. 2012. Drift Sea Menagerie & Sweet Beauxregard the Green Anole.   18(1):18-19.
  • Blazek, W. 2002. Bill Blazek's recipe for polishing Manicaria.   8(3):7-8.
  • Blazek, W. 2002. Keeping records on a Florida beach.   8(3):8-9.
  • Boykin, C. 2003. Sea-Beans on a Silver Platter (Beaning Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula).   9(3):15-17.
  • Boykin, C. 2004. The Hamburger Bean (Mucuna sloanei), A Native Plant of South Florida: Hamburgers in Paradise.   10(2):9-10.
  • Boykin, C. 2004. A Coco-de-mer for Ed Perry.   10(3):14.
  • Bradley, D. 2005. The Ukedama Man.   11(2):11.
  • Bryant, S. 2009. The Beach 'Basura' Adventure.   15(3):8-10.
  • Bryant, S. 2012. A Sea Tale.   18(1):2-3.
  • Cadee, G.C. 1997. Tropical drift disseminules from the coast of the Netherlands.   3(2):3-4.
  • Cadee, G.C. 1999. The Sea-coconut Manicaria saccifera, a new tropical drift seed from the Dutch coast.   5(3):13-14.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2000. Seeds and plants of Lathyrus japonicus subsp. maritimus on the Dutch coast.   6(2):6-7.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2000. A small collection of seeds from the beach of Djibouti.   6(3):6-9.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2004. Mysterious Floating Grains.   10(3):17.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2005. Riddle of mysterious floating grains solved!   11(2):5-6.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2007. Avocado Seed from the Dutch Coast.   13(1):6-7.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2007. Why are most Terminalia catappa fruits in Europe found on Dutch coasts?   13(2):2-3.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2007. Unidentified fruits from the Dutch coast. Who can help?  13(3):10.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2008. Invasion of Sea Pea Seeds on the Dutch Coast.   14(1):5-6.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2008. Pine Cones from the North Sea Bottom.   14(2):2-3.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2009. Prioria mannii from th Dutch Beach, Identification Solved, Mystery Remains.   15(1):11-12.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2011. Flotation Experiments with Sea Kale Fruits (Carambe maritima L.).   17(1):7-9.
  • Cadee, G.C. 2012. Tropical (drift) Seeds on a Flemish Painting of 1617.   18(2):2-3.
  • Cadee, G.C. and H. Brugge. 2006. Drift Fruits Transported by Pipeline to Texel's Beach.   12(3):2.
  • Cadee, G.C. and M. Cadee. 2011. Acromia sp., a Prickly Palm Seed from Tenerife (Canary Islands)..   17(2):8-9.
  • Cadee, G.C., R. Cappers and J. van Gent. 2007. The First Cassia fistula L. from the Netherlands.   13(3):13.
  • Cadee, G.C. and S. Dijksen. 1999. Mucuna and Dioclea from Lanzarote (Canary Islands).   5(1):12-13.
  • Cadee, G.C. and S. Dijksen. 2004. Large variation in size of Entada seeds from the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.   10(1):3-4.
  • Cadee, G.C. and W. Kruiswijk. 2004. Can they float? A Nutmeg Myristica fragrans from the Dutch Coast.   10(3):5-6.
  • Cadee, G.C. and I. Mol. 2004. Drift seeds of the egg fruit, Pouteria sp. (Sapotaceae) rediscovered on the European coast.   10(2):11-12.
  • Cadee, G.C. and H. Nijhuis. 2001. Heritiera littoralis, New for the Netherlands and Europe.   7(1):9-10.
  • Cadee, G.C. and H. Nijhuis. 2003. A seed of the Para rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis from the Dutch coast.   9(2):6-7.
  • Cadee, G.C. and H. Nijhuis. 2005. Will Terschelling's mermaid tell us her secrets?   11(2):3.
  • Cadee, G.C. and M. Ruhland. 2010. Pterocarpus sp. A New Tropical Drift Fruit for Europe.   16(1):11-12.
  • Cadee, G.C. and M. Ruhland. 2011. An Immature Coconut from the Dutch Coast.   17(3):8-9.
  • Cadee, G.C. and M. Ruhland. 2012. Box Fruit, Barringtonia asiatica, Found on the Dutch Coast.   18(1):5-6.
  • Cadee, G.C. and R. de Ruijter. 2006. Non-floating Entada seeds on the Dutch coast.   12(1):2-4.
  • Cadee, G.C. and P. Smit. 2006. The first star nut Astrocaryum sp. from the Dutch coast.   12(1):14-15.
  • Cadee, G.C. and P. Smit. 2006. Riddle of Dutch Mystery Drift Seed Solved: Macadamia tetraphylla.   12(3):12.
  • Cadee, G.C. and R. van der Ham. 2008. A Spherical Starnut (Astrocaryum sp.) from the Dutch Coast .   14(1):10-11.
  • Corby, H.D.L. (Tom) 2005. The Drift-Seed of Mora oleifera (Triana) Ducke.   11(2):9=10.
  • Darke, N. 2003. Cornish Drift Seeds.   9(1):5.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1997. Stranded tropical disseminules from Cape Hatteras and nearby beaches in North Carolina, USA.   3(1):7.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1998. The lucky bean.   4(1):8.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1998. The lucky bean.   4(2):6.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1998. The lucky bean. Records of Ivory-nut Palm seeds from Southeastern Virginia, USA, Beaches.   4(3):8-9.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1999. The lucky bean.   5(1):8-9.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1999. The lucky bean.   5(2):8-9.
  • Dennis, J.V. 1999. The lucky bean.   5(3):7-8.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2000. The lucky bean.   6(1):6-7.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2000. The lucky bean. Long-distance travellers among the temperate drift seeds.   6(2):8-9.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2000. The lucky bean.   6(3):10.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2001. The lucky bean.   7(1):11-12.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2001. The lucky bean. Seed dispersal by members of the genus Opuntia, family Cactacea.   7(2):7-8.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2001. The lucky bean.   7(3):6-7.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2002. The lucky bean.   8(1):9-10.
  • Dennis, J.V. 2002. The lucky bean.   8(2):6.
  • Dickenson, R. 2001. A rich coast of seabeans.   7(2):3-4.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 1997. Seagoing Black Walnut endocarps.   3(2):8.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2002. Of pigs and beans and dragonflies.   8(3):3-5.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2003. Piggies Galore.   9(1):7.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2003. Drift Seed Necklace Recipe.   9(1):12.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2003. Fun Stuff from Curt.   9(2):2-5.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2003. Coming Clean.   9(3):10-11.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2003. The Missing.   9(3):11-13.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2004. Curt's Stuff.   10(1):8-10.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2004. Mango in Washington.   10(2):6-7.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2004. Stuff from Curt.   10(3):15-16.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2006. Sea-Beans in Hog Heaven.   12(1):5-8.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2006. Coin in a Coconut.   12(3):14-15.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2007. Rubber Ducky Frenzy.   13(3):6-7.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2008. Ampules.   14(1):7.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2008. On a Flotsam Collection Beach: Matagorda Island, Texas.   14(3):12-14.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2012. African and American Boats Orbit the Atlantic --- 26-foot sport fishing boat; 2-foot Moroccan toy boats ---.   18(2):3-5.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. 2012. Perplexing Peregrinaions: On the Trail of Drifting Coconuts.   18(3):5-16.
  • Ebbesmeyer, C.C. and W. Blazek 2011. Too Many Sea-Beans? Beneath Max's Madness.   17(1):6-7.
  • Ferguson, D.K. 1998. Charles Darwin, the drifter.   4(1):5.
  • Ferguson, D.K. 2000. Scrapes with the Black Walnut.   6(3):11.
  • Foreman, P. 2004. A New Sea Beaner's Story.   10(3):12-13.
  • Foreman, P. 2007. Sea-Beaning in the Bahamas.   13(1):8-9.
  • Foreman, P. 2008. Sea-Beaning in the Bahamas.   13(3):11-12.
  • Gregory, M. 2006. Drifting Kowhai (Sophora microphylla) Seeds and Stranded Virgin Plastic Resin Granules: New Zealand Relationships.   12(2):11-12.
  • Gunn, R. 1995. Robert (Bob) Mossman, 'Jack Beans'.   1(1):5-7.
  • Gunn, R. 1999. A journal article by Ernst Gunnerus (1718-1773): Bishop of Dornthiem [Trondhiem], Norway and Botanist.
    5(1):4-5. [1st of a 3-part series]

  • Gunn, R. 1999. A journal article by Ernst Gunnerus (1718-1773): Bishop of Dornthiem [Trondhiem], Norway and Botanist.
    5(2):4-5. [2nd of a 3-part series]

  • Gunn, R. 1999. A journal article by Ernst Gunnerus (1718-1773): Bishop of Dornthiem [Trondhiem], Norway and Botanist.
    5(3):5-6. [3rd of a 3-part series]

  • Gunn, R. 2000. Journey of Tropical drift disseminules from the Neotropics to their ultimate fate.   6(1):3.
  • Hanno, I. 2003. The mystery of Entada seeds.   9(1):2-4.
  • Hanno, I. 2003. Skate Egg Connections.   9(3):3-4.
  • Hanno, I. 2005. Travels with Mr. Seabean in Borneo.   11(1):2-3.
  • Hathaway, T.K. 2007. The Tale of the Numbered Sea Heart.   13(3):2.
  • Heath, G. 2003. Critter Corner. [Cannonball jellyfish, Stomolophus melegris]   9(1):8-9.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2005. Drift Coconuts.   11(2):6-8.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2005. Update to "Drift Coconuts".   11(3):7.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2006. Floatation experiments on cephalopod shell in sea-water in England".   12(1):9-12.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2006. Short-term Floatation Experiments on Vegetation and Flight Feathers in Cold English Seawater.   12(3):2-8.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2007. Bryozoa on Coconuts.   13(1):11.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2008. Avocado Fruit as Vehicles for Seed Dispersal.   14(1):13-14.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2009. London Planetree Yields Mysterious Fruit.   15(1):8.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2009. Changes in Mass and Damage to Coconuts Floated in English Hindu Festivals.   15(2):4-8.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2010. Update on Southend Coconut Strandings.   16(1):9.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2010. Fuel Oil and Coconuts Stranded at Southend, September 20, 2010.   16(3):2-4.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2011. Census of Flotsam in a narrow Essex Estuary, England, October 9. 2010.   17(1):12-15.
  • Hewitt, R.A. 2012. Southend Nypa, Sepia, fruit and Cocos January 2011-April 2012.   18(1):11-17.
  • Hopkins, H.H. 1997. A study of drift fruits and seeds in Papua New Guinea.   3(1):3-6.
  • Hosten-Willems, L. 2005. Beachcombing in Port Elizabeth - South Africa.   11(1):5-9.
  • Hosten-Willems, L. 2007. Beachcombing in Port Elizabeth - South Africa (II).   13(2):10.
  • Hosten, L. and P. Hosten 2011. Looking for Driftseeds on the Island of Molokai, Hawaii.   17(3):10-14.
  • Jarzembowski, E. and B. Jarezembowski 2008. The Drifting Seed in Sussex, Southeast Encland.   14(3):15.
  • Jarzembowski, E. and B. Jarezembowski 2009. Fossil Driftseeds and Fruits from Southeast England.   15(1):6.
  • Jung, R. 2011. Be Careful What You Wish for: The Unintended Consequences of Land Crab Eviction with Nicker-Beans.   17(2):5-7.
  • Keith, A.R. 2007. Drift Seeds.   13(2):11.
  • Kelly, M. 2009. Spring Tease 2009.   15(2):10.
  • Kelly, M. 2010. A Message in a Bottle.   16(1):9-10.
  • Longhorn, E. 2004. A letter to all Drifters.   10(1):6-7.
  • Longhorn, E. 2004. A letter to all Drifters, Part 2.   10(2):6.
  • Longhorn, E. 2004. Typhoons Make 2004 a Bumper Year for Sea-Beans in Japan.   10(3):10.
  • McElwaine, S. 2011. A Sea-Bean Encounter on the Coast of Ireland.   17(2):4-5.
  • Miller, D. 2007. Sea Beans at the Ragged Island All-Grade School.   13(1):10.
  • Mitchell, M. 2003. 8th Annual Internatinal Symposium Highlights.   9(3):8-9.
  • Mitchell, M. 2004. Symposium Review.   10(3):7-9.
  • Mitchell, M. 2005. Symposium Review.   11(3):8-9.
  • Mitchell, M. 2006. Eleventh Annual International Sea-Bean Symposium, October 13-14, 2006, Cocoa Beach, Florida.   12(3):15-17.
  • Mitchell, M. 2007. 2007 Symposium Review.   13(3):3-5.
  • Mitchell, M. 2008. Thirteenth Annual International Sea-Bean Symposium, October 17-18, 2008, Cocoa Beach, Florida.   14(3):2-5.
  • Mitchell, M. 2009. Seabean Hunting in El Cuyo.   15(1)9-10.
  • Mitchell, M. 2010. Fourteenth Annual International Sea Bean Symposium.   16(1)2-4.
  • Mitchell, M. 2010. Fifteenth Annual International Sea-bean Symposium Review.   16(3)5-8.
  • Mitchell, M. 2012. 17th Annual International Sea-bean Symposium Review.   18(3)2-4.
  • Nelson, C. 2004. Memoirs of a Short-Sighted Irish Sea-Beaner.   10(2):2-3.
  • Nelson, C.R. 1998. Sea beans as Vesta Boxes and Snuff Boxes.   4(2):9-10.
  • Nelson, C.R. 2000. Notes from Lanzarote, Canary Islands.   8(3):10.
  • Nelson, E.C. 2005. Beach Balls - the European team, and how to make your own balls.   11(1):4.
  • Nelson, E.C. 2005. Christopher Columbus and Driftseeds.   11(3):5-6.
  • Nelson, E.C. 2006. How Far North Can Drift Seeds be Found in Eastern North America?   12(2):2-5.
  • Nelson, E.C. 2008. The Drifting Seed in Fiction.   14(1):6.
  • Norton, E. 2005. In a letter from Drifter Elaine Norton, June 29th, 2005. [seabeans and Dolphins]  11(2):4.
  • Norton, E. 2007. The Padre Island National Seashore "Crunch-Squish Walk" Adventure.  13(2):3-6.
  • Norton, E. 2008. Tropical Storm Fay leaves One-day Bonanza on Fort Lauderdale Beach.  14(2):3-5.
  • Perry, Ed. 1999. My Mucuna of Melbourne.   5(3):9-11.
  • Perry, Ed. 2000. Beans Past and Present.   6(1):8-9.
  • Perry, Ed. 2000. The Brown Nicar.   6(2):10.
  • Perry, Ed. 2000. Seeds that tell stories.   6(2):11-12.
  • Perry, Ed. 2000. Mucuna of North Atlantic shores.   6(3):12-14.
  • Perry, Ed. 2001. Beans of a different color: Coralbeans on North Atlantic Shores.   7(1):13-14.
  • Perry, Ed. 2001. Sausage tree fruits.   7(2):9-10.
  • Perry, Ed. 2002. Identity of the Brown Nickerbean.   8(2):3-5.
  • Perry, Ed. 2011. My 100-Year Old Sea-Beaning Friend; Is She our First?   8(2):10-11.
  • Piirainen, M. 2007. Heritiera littoralis found in Finland - the second record from Europe.   13(1):12.
  • Reininger, R. 1999. Sea-beans in Daytona Beach, Florida.   5(1):14.
  • Rhodes, N. 2000. Ghost Crabs, Sea Purses and Jack Russells.   14(1):11.
  • Robertson, A. 1998. Gigasiphon macrosiphon - A case study of mistaken identity.   4(1):7.
  • Rolph, B. 2004. That Very Special Mary's Bean.   10(1):2.
  • Smith, J.M.B. 1995. Drift seed pursuits in the Coral Sea and Australia.   1(2):5-7.
  • Smith, J.[M.B.] 2003. Letter from a stranded drifter.   9(1):6-7.
  • Smith, J.[M.B.] 2006. More on Seed Dispersal.   12(1):13.
  • Smith, J.[M.B.] 2006. Driftseeds and Seabirds.   12(3):10-11.
  • Sullivan, C.J., T. Flynn, and G. Sullivan. 2006. Stranded Fruits, Seeds And Other Drift On Kauai Beaches.   12(2):7-9.
  • Sullivan, C.J., T. Flynn, and G. Sullivan. 2009. Seeds and Things from Beaches of the Garden Island.   15(2):11-13.
  • Sullivan, C.J., J. Williams, and G. Sullivan. 2008. A World of Drift Seeds.   14(2):5-10.
  • Sullivan, C.J., J. Williams, and G. Sullivan. 2010. A World of Drift Seeds. Update 2010.   16(2):2-3.
  • Sullivan, G. 2003. Sea-Bean Collection at University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute.   9(2):7-9.
  • Sullivan, G. 2003. Legend of St. Augustine.   9(3):5-6.
  • Sullivan, G. 2003. A New Sea-Bean: Texas Ebony.   9(3):7.
  • Sullivan, G. 2003. The World's Largest Seaheart.   9(3):19.
  • Sullivan, G. 2004. The World's Largest Seaheart.   10(1):5-6.
  • Sullivan, G. 2004. The World's Largest Seaheart.   10(2):4.
  • Sullivan, G. 2004. Mescal Bean - A New Sea-Bean.   10(2):5.
  • Sullivan, G. 2004. The University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute (UTMSI) Sea-Bean Collection - Update.   10(3):11.
  • Sullivan, G. 2005. The Godzilla Entada. Aka The Big Bean.  11(1):10-11.
  • Sullivan, G. 2005. California Pignuts.   11(3):10-11.
  • Sullivan, G. 2005. The Diminutive Entada.   11(3):12.
  • Sullivan, G. 2006. Just a Yellow Nickar in Texas.   12(2):13.
  • Sullivan, G. 2006. The Eyeless Nut.   12(3):8-9.
  • Sullivan, G. 2007. Goodbye Three-lobed Mora; Hello Three-lobed Pachira!.   13(1):4-5.
  • Sullivan, G. 2009. A Unique Contribution by Drift Seeds.   15(2):2-3.
  • Sullivan, G. 2009. Moclips' Treasure.   15(3):2.
  • Sullivan, G. 2009. Superb Seabeans from Viti Levu.   15(3):4-7.
  • Sullivan, G. 2010. Oh My Aching Sacroiliac!.   16(1):13-14.
  • Sullivan, G. 2010. Exhibiting Drift Seeds Throuigh Refrigerator Art.   16(2):6.
  • Sullivan, G. 2010. Stalking the Golf Ball Seabean.   16(3):9-10.
  • Sullivan, G. 2011. What A Life!!, Part 1.   17(2):2-3.
  • Sullivan, G. 2011. What A Life!!, Part 2.   17(3):5-7.
  • Sullivan, G. 2012. The Continuing Saga of Mustang Island's Drift Seed-o-logy.   18(1):7-10.
  • Sullivan, G. and E. Mortimer. 2009. Just Another Jack-bean.   15(1):2.
  • Sullivan, G. and A. Rammer. 2008. Cathie's Bean. How Rare is Rare?   14(2):11-12.
  • Sullivan, G. and T. Flynn. 2009. Drift Seeds from a Lonely Beach in Micronesia.   15(1):7-8.
  • Sullivan, G. and J. Williams. 2007. UTMSI Drift Seed Collection Continues to Flourish.   13(2):8-9.
  • Sullivan, G. and J. Williams. 2008. Smiley. Part I -- Mucuna vs. Dioclea -- No Problema!
    Part II -- Mucuna sloanei vs. Mucuna urens -- No Problema! 14(1):2-4.

  • Sullivan, G. and J. Williams. 2008. MIB 14(3):6-8.
  • Sullivan, G. and J. Williams. 2010. What’s New on Mustang Island. A University of Texas Marine Science Institute Update 16(1):6-8.
  • Sullivan, J. and S. Williams. 2011. Has The First Entada Drift Seed Stranded On The Pacific Coastline of North America? 17(1):2-5.
  • Smith, R. 1998. Seed necklaces.   4(1):11-12.
  • Surrency, A. 2011. Sea Bean Heaven.   17(2):10-11.
  • Van der Burgt, X. 1997. African drift disseminules: I.   3(2):5.
  • Van der Burgt, X. 1998. Drift seeds from the Netherlands and Gabon.   4(1):9.
  • Van Duzer, C. 2004. Some Floating Islands Seen at Sea.   10(3):2-4.
  • Vander Velde, N and B. Vander Velde. 2004. A new Record for the Mary's Bean.   10(2):7-8.
  • Wagner, B.F. 2002. Driftseeds of Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge.   8(1):7-8.
  • Williams, D. 1998. Thoughts on having the "Eye".   4(2):11.
  • Williams, J. and G. Sullivan 2005. Wracky Potpourri.   11(3):13-15.
    [subtitles include: Can you TOP this? Turtle Bites. The "Yellow Ducky Saga" continues. True Seabeads.]

  • Williams, J. and G. Sullivan 2006. Wracky Potpourri II.   12(3):12-14.
  • Williams, J. and G. Sullivan 2007. Wracky Potpourri II.   13(3):11-12.
  • Williams, J. and G. Sullivan 2008. Drift Items from Agony Beach.   14(2):13-14.
  • Witherington, B. 2000. Life Rafts and Little Turtles.   6(1):10-11.
  • Witherington, B. 2001. Why do drifting seeds beguile us with their prodigious journeys?
    What's in it for the bean itself... besides the notoriety?   7(1):4.

  • Witherington, B. 2003. Little Turtles, Sargassum Critters, Floating Garbage, and Drifting Seeds.   9(2):9-10.
  • Yow, C. 2001. The inside story - Tropical Almonds (Terminalia catappa) (Or, How not to make a meal from a pile of them).   7(3):8-9.
  • Yow, C. 2002. The inside story - or, What's in a Hamburger Bean.   8(1):11-12.
  • Yow, C. 2002. The inside story on the Gray Nickernut.   8(2):7-8.
  • Yow, C. 2002. The inside story - Manicaria saccifera. Sea-coconuts, golfball beans.   8(3):6-7.
  • Yow, C. 2003. By land, sea, and air: a sea-heart goes west.   9(1):9-10.
  • Zies, P. 1996. Drift seeds used in toys and games.   2(1):6-7.
  • Zies, P. 1997. Florida drift seeds.   3(2):5.
  • Zies, P. 1997. Sea Bean Self Defense.   3(3):7-8.
  • Zies, P. 1998. Charles Darwin's lost theory.   4(1):6.
  • Zies, P. 1998. News about Nickernuts.   4(2):4.
  • Zies, P. 1999. Batty about sea-beans.   5(1):6-7.
  • Zies, P. 1999. A pitch and a swing.   5(2):6.
  • Zies, P. 1999. Just how big is big?   5(2):7.
  • Zies, P. 2001. Sea-Bean hunting in the Amazon.   7(1):7-8.
  • Zies, P. 2001. Don't put all your beans in one basket.   7(2):5-6.
  • Zies, P. 2002. A "Palm-derous" Question OR Going Nuts Over Palm IDs.   8(1):2-4.
  • Zies, P. 2002. I Saw Cathie Today.   8(1):5-6.
  • Zonfrillo, B. 1998. More Sea-beans from Scotland and observations from the Morant Cays, Jamaica.   4(3):13.

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