1. Vorstenbosch, T., de Zwarte, I., Duistermaat, L., Andel, T.R. van. (accepted with minor revisions). Famine food of vegetal origin consumed in the Netherlands during World War II. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine.

2. Sogbohossou, E.O.D., Achigan-Dako, E.G., Andel, T.R. van, E.M. Schranz (submitted). Pathways from the wild to cultivation: drivers of management schemes and prospects for spider plant (Gynandropsis gynandra (L.) Briq.) utilisation in Benin and Togo.

3. Van den Boog, T.; van Andel, T.R., Bulkan, J. (in review). Indigenous children's knowledge about Non-Timber Forest Products in Suriname. Economic Botany.

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

5. 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.

6. Quiroz, D. and T.R. van Andel (submitted). Analyzing the cultural importance of plants in western African religions.

7. 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.

8. 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.

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

10. Ilaria Grimaldi and Tinde van Andel (submitted). Food and Medicine by What Name? Ethnobotanical and Linguistic Diversity of Taro in Africa.

11. Stech, M., van Andel, T.R., Aptroot, A., Bertin, A. and Stefanaki, A. (submitted). Bryophytes and lichens in 16th century herbaria.

12. Ilaria Maria Grimaldi; Walter N. Leke; Israel Borokini; Daniel Wanjama; Tinde Van Andel (submitted). From landraces to modern cultivars: field observations on taro in sub-Saharan Africa.

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