1. Sogbohossou, E.O.D., Achigan-Dako, E.G., Andel, T.R. van, E.M. Schranz (submitted). Drivers of current and future management of spider plant (Gynandropsis gynandra) across different socio-linguistic groups of Benin and Togo. Economic Botany, special issue on African Leafy Vegetables (guest editor A.M. Towns).

2. Ghorbani, A., J.J. Wieringa, H.J. de Boer, H. Porck, A. Kardinaal, T.R. van Andel (submitted) Botanical and floristic composition of the Historical Herbarium of Leonhard Rauwolf collected in the Near East (1573-1575).

3. Gomes, V.F., Ter Steege et al. (including TR van Andel). (submitted). Species Distribution Modelling: Contrasting presence-only models with plot abundance data.

4. Maat, H. & van Andel, T.R. (in press) The history of the rice gene pool in Surinam; circulations of rice as anti-commodity. Historia Agraria.

5. Quiroz, D. and T.R. van Andel (in review). Analyzing the cultural importance of plants in western African religions. Economic Botany.

6. Andel, T.R. van. Vreedzaammarket and Bakkie Plantation (accepted). Cummins, A. and Inniss, T.A. (eds.) A Guide to Slave Route Sites in the Caribbean Caribbean Studies Press, Barbados.

7. C. van 't Klooster, V. Haabo, S. Ruysschaert, T. Vossen and T.R. van Andel (in review). Herbal bathing: an analysis of variation in plant use among Saramaccan and Aucan Maroons in Suriname. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine.

8. T.R. van Andel, J. Mazumdar, E.N.T. Barth, J.F. Veldkamp (in press) Rumphius specimens detected in Paul Hermann's Ceylon Herbarium (1672-1679) in Leiden, The Netherlands. Blumea.

9. Ilaria Grimaldi and Tinde van Andel (in review). Food and Medicine by What Name? Ethnobotanical and Linguistic Diversity of Taro in Africa. Economic Botany.

10. Stech, M., van Andel, T.R., Aptroot, A., Bertin, A. and Stefanaki, A. (accepted with minor revisions). Bryophytes and lichens in 16th century herbaria. Journal of Bryology.

11. Ilaria Maria Grimaldi; Walter N. Leke; Israel Borokini; Daniel Wanjama; Tinde van Andel (in review). From landraces to modern cultivars: field observations on taro in sub-Saharan Africa. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution.

12. Chantal Posthouwer, Sarina Veldman, Siri Abihudi, Joseph N. Otieno, Tinde R. van Andel, Hugo J. de Boer (in review). Wild-harvested plant species constitute the majority of species and volume in medicinal plant trade in Tanzania. Journal of Ethnopharmacology.

13. Ilaria Maria Grimaldi, Walter N. Leke, Immaculate M. Leke Nkeabeng, Tinde van Andel (in review). Traditional preparation of Achu, a cultural keystone dish in western Cameroon.

14. Bastin, J-F; Rutishauser, E. et al. (including TR van Andel). (submitted). Pan-tropical prediction of forest structure from the largest trees.

15. Gernaat, H.B.P.E., van den Heuvel, J., Barten, F., van Andel, T.R. (submitted). Type designation and life history of Histioea cepheus cepheus (Erebidae: Arctiinae) in Suriname. Journal of the Lepidopterist's Society.

16. Stefanaki, A.; Thijsse, G.; van Uffelen, G.; Eurlings, M.C.M.; van Andel, T.R. (accepted with minor revisions). The En Tibi herbarium, a 16th century Italian treasure. Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society.

17. Ilaria Maria Grimaldi; Sureshkumar Muthukumaran; Giulia Tozzi; Antonino Anastasi; Peter J. Matthews; Nicole Boivin; Tinde Van Andel (submitted). Literary evidence for taro in the ancient Mediterranean: a chronology of names and uses in a multilingual world.

18. Gernaat, H., van den Heuvel, J., Barten, F. and van Andel, T.R. (submitted). General note: Late larval stages of Megalopyge lecca (Megalopygidae: Megalopgyginae) in Suriname.
Journal of the Lepidopterist's Society.

19. Mireia Alcántara Rodríguez, Andrea Angueyra, Antoine M. Cleef; Tinde Van Andel (submitted). Ethnobotany of the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy-Güicán: Climate Change and Conservation Strategies in the Colombian Andes.

20. Costa, R.M.S., T. van Andel, P. Pavone, S. Pulvirenti. (submitted) The pre-Linnaean herbarium of Paolo Boccone (1633-1704) kept in Leiden (the Netherlands) and its connections with the imprinted one in Paris.