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Plant / Plant


#1 List of named Eucalyptus trees

This table lists famous individual trees in the genus Eucalyptus . Tree Species common name Species scientific name Location Approx. germination year Dimensions Reason for fame The Ada Tree [1] Mountain ash Eucalyptus regnans Near Powelltown, Victoria 1700 76 m high, 15 m in circumference at base On


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Researcher / Researcher


#1 Jean-Hippolyte Michon

Jean-Hippolyte Michon (21 November 1806 – 8 May 1881) was a French priest, an archaeologist , and the founder of graphology . Jean-Hippolyte Michon Born 21 November 1806   Laroche-près-Feyt   Died 8 May 1881   (aged 74) Baignes-Sainte-Radegonde   Occupation Writer , Catholic priest , archaeologist ,

#2 Jacob Gijsbert Boerlage

Jacob Gijsbert Boerlage (18 November 1849 – 25 September 1900) was a Dutch botanist , [1] who worked principally at the National Herbarium in Brussels. Dutch botanist Jacob Gijsbert Boerlage Jacob Gijsbert Boerlage (presumably) Born ( 1849-11-18 ) 18 November 1849 Uithoorn , Netherlands Died 25 Sept

#3 Johann George Luehmann

Johann George Luehmann (12 May 1843 – 18 November 1904) was an Australian botanist . Luehmann was born in Ostmoorende, Prussia in 1843 and emigrated to Australia in 1863 arriving in Melbourne . [1] In 1868 he became assistant botanist to Ferdinand von Mueller at the National Herbarium in Melbourne a

#4 Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld

Nils Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld (18 November 1832, Helsinki , Finland   – 12 August 1901, Dalbyö in Södermanland , Sweden) was a Finland-Swedish aristocrat, geologist , mineralogist and Arctic explorer . He was a member of the Fenno-Swedish Nordenskiöld family of scientists and held the title of a frih

#5 Edward Forbes

Edward Forbes FRS , FGS (12 February 1815 – 18 November 1854) [1] was a Manx naturalist . In 1846, he proposed that the distributions of montane plants and animals had been compressed downslope, and some oceanic islands connected to the mainland, during the recent ice age . [2] This mechanism, which

#6 Christine Marie Berkhout

Christine Marie Berkhout (13 July 1893, Malang – 18 November 1932) was a mycologist . She described the genus Candida in her doctoral thesis for the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands in 1923. This event was later described as marking "the beginning of the rational systematics of the anascospo

#7 Leo Lesquereux

Charles Léo Lesquereux (November 18, 1806 – October 25, 1889) was a Swiss-born bryologist and a pioneer of American paleobotany who studied the formation of peat bogs. Lesquereux in 1864

#8 Ruurd Dirk Hoogland

Ruurd Dirk Hoogland (1922 Leeuwarden - 18 November 1994 Paris ) was a Dutch-born explorer and naturalist, who migrated to Australia and made numerous botanical expeditions to New Guinea, Oceania and Europe. He was an expert on the family Cunoniaceae . [1] He received his university education in Gron

#9 Andrew Sinclair (botanist)

Andrew Sinclair (13 April 1794 – 26 March 1861) was a British surgeon who was notable for his botanical collections. He served as New Zealand's second Colonial Secretary . Andrew Sinclair Portrait of Andrew Sinclair. 2nd Colonial Secretary of New Zealand In office 6 January 1844   – 7 May 1856 Gover

#10 Lorenz Chrysanth von Vest

Lorenz Chrysanth Edler von Vest (18 November 1776, in Klagenfurt – 15 December 1840, in Graz ) was an Austrian physician and botanist . Austrian physician and botanist Lorenz Chrysanth von Vest; lithograph by Josef Kriehuber . He studied medicine in Vienna and at the University of Freiburg , where i

#11 David Dwight Baldwin

David Dwight Baldwin (November 26, 1831 – June 16, 1912) [1] was a businessman, educator, and biologist on Maui in the Hawaiian islands . Within biology he is known for his contributions to the study of Hawaiian land snails , part of malacology . [1] David Dwight Baldwin Near his death, circa 1910 B

#12 John Hutchinson (botanist)

John Hutchinson , OBE , FRS (7 April 1884 Blindburn, Northumberland – 2 September 1972 London ) was an English botanist , taxonomist and author. [1] [2] [3] [4] English botanist and taxonomist (1884-1972) John Hutchinson Born ( 1884-04-07 ) 7 April 1884 Wark on Tyne , Northumberland Died 2 September

#13 Larry Leach (botanist)

Leslie Charles "Larry" Leach [1] (18 November 1909 Southend - 18 July 1996 Pietersburg ) was a Rhodesian taxonomic botanist . Rhodesian botanist (1909–1996) Leach arrived in Rhodesia in 1938 and carried on business in Salisbury as an electrical engineer. He developed an interest in succulent plants,

#14 Henry Hurd Rusby

Henry Hurd Rusby (1855 – 1940) was an American botanist, pharmacist and explorer. [1] He discovered several new species of plants [1] and played a significant role in founding the New York Botanical Garden and developing research and exploration programs at the institution. He helped to establish th

#15 Asa Gray

Asa Gray ForMemRS (November 18, 1810 – January 30, 1888) is considered the most important American botanist of the 19th century. [1] [2] His Darwiniana was considered an important explanation of how religion and science were not necessarily mutually exclusive. Gray was adamant that a genetic connect

#16 Philibert Commerson

Philibert Commerson ( French:   [filibɛʁ kɔmɛʁsɔ̃] ; 18 November 1727 – 14 March 1773), [1] sometimes spelled Commerçon by contemporaries, was a French naturalist , best known for accompanying Louis Antoine de Bougainville on his voyage of circumnavigation in 1766 – 1769. French naturalist (1727-177

#17 William Barbey

William Barbey (1842–1914) was a Swiss botanist and politician . Swiss botanist and politician William Barbey was born on 14 July 1842 at Genthod in the canton of Geneva . He studied science at the Academy in Geneva and then engineering at the École Centrale de Paris . From 1862 to 1869, he worked i

#18 James Watson Robbins

James Watson Robbins (November 18, 1801 – January 10, 1879) was an American physician and botanist . American physician Robbins, son of Ammi R. and Salome Robbing, of Colebrook, Connecticut , and grandson of Rev. Ammi R. Robbins, of Norfolk, Connecticut , was born in Colebrook, November 18, 1801. He

#19 Gunnar Erdtman

Otto Gunnar Elias Erdtman (18 November 1897 – 18 February 1973) was a Swedish botanist and pioneer in palynology . [1] [2] With the publication of his 1921 thesis [3] in German , pollen analysis became known outside Scandinavia . Erdtman systematically studied pollen morphology and developed the met

#20 Eduard Fischer (mycologist)

Eduard Fischer (16 June 1861 – 18 November 1939) was a Swiss botanist and mycologist . Swiss botanist and mycologist (1861–1939) Eduard Fischer Born ( 1861-06-16 ) 16 June 1861 Bern Died 18 November 1939 (1939-11-18) (aged   78) Bern Citizenship Swiss Scientific career Fields Botany , mycology , pla


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Zoo / Zoo


#1 Marwell Zoo

Marwell Zoo is a 140-acre (57   ha) zoo situated in Colden Common near Winchester , in the English county of Hampshire . It is owned and run by the registered charity Marwell Wildlife. The zoo is home to 1,208 animals of 149 species. The charity undertakes a range of educational and conservation act


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