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Encyclopedia > List of botanists by author abbreviation

This is a list of botanists by their author abbreviation, including that established by Brummitt & Powell (1992), designed for citation in the botanical names they have published. For this purpose a standardised index is available, published by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in 1992. Use of this list is recommended by Rec. 46A Note 1 of the ICBN. The list is kept up to date and can be consulted at IPNI. Botany is the scientific study of plant life. ... In botanical nomenclature, author citation refers to the person (or team) who valid published the name, i. ... A botanical name is a formal name conforming to the ICBN. As with its zoological and bacterial equivalents it may also be called a scientific name. Botanical names may be in one part (genus and above), two parts (species) or three parts (below the rank of species). ... “Kew Gardens” redirects here. ... The International Code of Botanical Nomenclature is the set of rules according to which plants are given their formal botanical names (scientific names). ...


Note that in some cases an "author abbreviation" consists of a full surname, while in other cases the surname is not only abbreviated but accompanied by one or more initials. In this list there is no space between initials and surname (or its abbreviation).


See also the list of botanists, List of South African plant botanical authors and Category:Botanists. This is a list of botanists who have articles, in alphabetical order by surname. ... List of South African plant botanical authors is a list of abbreviations of authors who have named South African plants. ...

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A

  • A.A.Eaton - Alvah Augustus Eaton (1865–1908)
  • Aarons. - Aaron Aaronsohn (1876–1919)
  • Abbayes - Henry Nicollon des Abbayes (1898–1974)
  • A.Berger Alwin Berger (1871–1931)
  • A.Br. - Addison Brown (1830–1913)
  • A.Braun - Alexander Karl Heinrich Braun (1805–1877)
  • A.Camus - Aimée Antoinette Camus (1879–1965)
  • Ach. - Erik Acharius (1757–1819)
  • A.Chev. - Auguste Jean Baptiste Chevalier (1873–1956)
  • A.C.Sm. - Albert Charles Smith (1906–1999)
  • Acuña - Julián Acuña Galé (1900–1973)
  • A.Cunn. - Allan Cunningham (botanist)
  • Adams - Johann Friedrich Adam (1780–1838)
  • Adans. - Michel Adanson (1727–1806)
  • A.DC - Alphonse Louis Pierre Pyrame de Candolle
  • A.Dietr. - Albert Gottfried Dietrich (1795–1856)
  • Aellen - Paul Aellen (1896–1973)
  • Afzel. - Adam Afzelius (1750–1837)
  • A.G.Jones - Almut Gutter Jones (born 1923)
  • A.G.Mill. - Anthony G. Miller (born 1951)
  • A.Gray - Asa Gray (1810–1888)
  • A.Ham - Arthur Hamilton (fl. 1832)
  • A.Hässl. - Arne Hässler (1904–1952)
  • A.H.Holmgren - Arthur Hermann Holmgren (born 1912)
  • A.Heller - Amos Arthur Heller (1867–1944)
  • Airy Shaw - Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw (1902–1985)
  • Aiton - William Aiton (1731–1793)
  • A.J.Eames - Arthur Johnson Eames (1881–1969)
  • A.J.Hill - Albert Joseph Hill (born 1940)
  • A.Juss. - Adrien-Henri de Jussieu (1797–1853)
  • Akhani - Hossein Akhani (born 1950)
  • A.K.Skvortsov - Alexey Konstantinovich Skvortsov (born 1920)
  • A.L.Sm. - Annie Lorrain Smith
  • Al-Shehbaz - Ihsan Ali Al-Shehbaz (born 1939)
  • Alb. - Johannes Baptista von Albertini (1769–1831)
  • Al.Brongn. - Alexandre Brongniart (1770–1847)
  • Alexander - Edward Johnston Alexander (1901–1985)
  • Alef. - Friedrich Georg Christoph Alefeld (1820–1872)
  • All. - Carlo Allioni (1728–1804)
  • Allemão - Francisco Freire Allemão e Cysneiro (1797–1874)
  • Allred - Kelly Allred (born 1949)
  • A.Löve - Askell Löve (1916–1994)
  • Alpino - Prospero Alpino (1553–1617)
  • Ames - Oakes Ames (1874–1950)
  • Anders. - Edgar Shannon Anderson (1897–1969)
  • Andersson - Nils Johan Andersson (1821–1880)
  • Andrews - Henry Charles Andrews (1794–1830)
  • Andrz. - Antoni Lukianowicz Andrezjowski (1785–1868)
  • Andronov - Nicolai Matveevich Andronov (fl. 1955)
  • Ant.Juss. - Antoine de Jussieu (1686–1758)
  • Arcang. - Giovanni Arcangeli (1840–1921)
  • A.R.Clapham - Arthur Roy Clapham (1904–1990)
  • Ard. - Pietro Arduino (1728–1805)
  • Arn. - George Arnott Walker Arnott (1799–1868)
  • A.Rich. - Achille Richard (1794–1852)
  • A.Robyns - Andre Georges Marie Walter Albert Robyns (1935–2003)
  • Arora - David Arora (born 1957)
  • Arráb. - D. Francisco Antonio de Arrábida (1771–1850)
  • Arruda - Manoel Arruda da Cámara (1752–1810)
  • Arthur - Joseph Charles Arthur (1850–1942)
  • Asch. - Paul Friedrich August Ascherson (1834–1913)
  • A.S.George - Alex George
  • Ashe - William Willard Ashe (1872–1932)
  • A.Sinclair - Andrew Sinclair, botanist (1796–1861)
  • A.Soriano - Alberto Soriano (1920–1998)
  • A.Stahl - Agustín Stahl
  • A.St.-Hil. - Augustin Saint-Hilaire
  • Aubl. - Jean Baptiste Christophore Fusée Aublet (1720–1778)
  • Audib. - Urbain Audibert (1791–1846)
  • Austin - Coe Finch Austin (1831–1880)
  • Avé-Lall. - Julius Léopold Edouard Avé-Lallemont (1803–1867)
  • A.W.Hill - Artjur William Hill (1875–1941)
  • A.W.Howitt - Alfred William Howitt (1830–1908)
  • A.W.Wood - Alphonso W. Wood (1810–1881)
  • Axelrod - Daniel I. Axelrod (1910–1998)

Aaron Aaronsohn (1876—1919) was a renowned scientist, traveller, entrepreneur, and politician. ... Alwin Berger (1871 - 20 April 1931) was a German botanist best known for his contribution to the nomenclature of succulent plants, particularly agaves and cacti. ... Addison Brown (1830- ? ) was an American lawyer and judge. ... Alexander Braun Alexander Carl Heinrich Braun (May 10, 1805 - March 29, 1877) was a German botanist from Regensburg, Bavaria. ... Erik Acharius (10 October 1757–14 August 1819) was a Swedish botanist who pioneered the taxonomy of Lichens and is known as the father of lichenology. Acarius was born in Gävle, matriculated at Uppsala University in 1773 and was one of the last of the students of Linnaeus. ... Albert Charles Smith (1906 - 1999) was an American botanist. ... Antonio Julián Baldomero Acuña Galé, was a Cuban botanist. ... Portait of Allan Cunningham Allan Cunningham (13 July 1791 – 27 June 1839) was an English botanist and explorer, primarily known for his travels in New South Wales to collect plants. ... Johann Friedrich Adam, later called Michael Friedrich Adams was a late 18th century botanist from St. ... Hi I am Adanson. ... Alphonse Louis Pierre Pyrame de Candolle (Paris October 28, 1806 – Geneva April 4, 1893), was a French-Swiss botanist, the son of the Swiss botanist Augustin Pyrame de Candolle. ... Adam Afzelius (1750-1837) was a Swedish botanist. ... Asa Gray (1810-1888) Asa Gray (November 18, 1810 - January 30, 1888) is considered the most important American botanist of the 19th century. ... Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw (1902–1985) was an Australian Botanist and classicist. ... William Aiton (1731 - February 2, 1793) was a Scottish botanist. ... Adrien-Henri de Jussieu (December 23, 1797 _ June 29, 1853) was a French botanist. ... Alexey Kontantinovich Skvortsov (born 1920) is an eminent Russian botanist and author of numerous papers [1]. He is commemorated in the naming of the following plants: Festuca skvortsovii E. Alexeev Salix alexi-skvortsovii A. P. Khokhr. ... Annie Lorrain Smith (23 October 1854, Liverpool – 7 September 1937, London) was a British lichenologist whose Lichens (1921) was an essential textbook for several decades. ... Alexandre Brongniart (1770 – 1847) was a French chemist and zoologist, who collaborated with Georges Cuvier. ... Friedrich Georg Christoph Alefeld, born October 21, 1820 in Weiterstadt-Gräfenhausen, died April 28, 1872 in Ober-Ramstadt, was a botanist, author and medical practioner. ... Carlo Allioni (1728 - 1804) was an Italian physician and botanist. ... Prospero Alpini, or Prosper Alpinus (November 23, 1553 - February 6, 1617), was an Italian physician and botanist. ... Oakes Ames, botanist For his grandfather, an industrialist and politician, see Oakes Ames. ... Edgar Shannon Anderson (1897-1969) was a botanist and experimental taxonomist at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. ... Erica grandiflora L.f. ... Antoine de Jussieu (July 6, 1686 - April 22, 1758) was a French naturalist. ... Arthur Roy Clapham, CBE FRS (24 May 1904 - 18 December 1990), was a British botanist. ... George Arnott Walker-Arnott (1799-1868) was a Scottish botanist. ... Achille Richard was a French botanist and physician (* April 27, 1794 in Paris - † October 5, 1852). ... David Arora (born 1957) is an American mycologist. ... Joseph Charles Arthur (January 11, 1850 - April 30, 1942) was an American botanist known for his investigations into rusts (a variety of fungus). ... Paul Friedrich August Ascherson (June 4, 1834 - March 6, 1913) was a German botanist. ... Alex George Alexander Segger George (born 4 April 1939) is a Western Australian botanist. ... Dr. Agustín Stahl (January 21, 1842 – July 12, 1917), born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico - scientist. ... Augustin François César Prouvençal de Saint-Hilaire (1799-1853), French botanist and traveller, was born at Orleans on October 4, 1799. ... Jean Baptiste Christophore Fusée Aublet[1] (1720–1778) was a French pharmacist, botanist and explorer. ... Alfred William Howitt (1830 - 1908) was an Australian anthropologist and naturalist. ... Daniel Isaac Axelrod (1910-1998) was a leading twentieth century paleoecologist specializing in Tertiary Cordilleran floras, in particular correlating fossil evidence of specific floras with climate change indicators. ...

B

  • Backeb. - Curt Backeberg (1894–1966)
  • Baill. - Henri Ernest Baillon (1827–1895)
  • Baillon - Louis Antoine Francois Baillon (1778–1851)
  • Baker - John Gilbert Baker (1834–1920)
  • Baker f. - Edmund Gilbert Baker (1864–1949)
  • Baldwin - William Baldwin (1779–1819)
  • Balf. - John Hutton Balfour (1808–1884)
  • Balf.f. - Isaac Bayley Balfour (1853–1922)
  • Bals.-Criv. - Giuseppe Gabriel Balsamo-Crivelli (1800–1874)
  • Banks - Joseph Banks (1743–1820)
  • Barb.Rodr. - João Barbosa Rodrigues (1842–1909)
  • Bard.-Vauc. - Martine Bardot-Vaucoulon (born 1948)
  • Barkworth - Mary Barkworth (born 1941)
  • Barneby - Rupert Charles Barneby (1911–2000)
  • Barnhart - John Hendley Barnhart (1871–1949)
  • Barr - Peter Barr (1826–1909)
  • Barratt - Joseph Barratt (1796–1882)
  • Barroso - Liberato Joaquim Barroso (1900–1949)
  • Bartal. - Biagio Bartalini (1746–1822)
  • Bartl. - Friedrich Gottlieb Bartling (1798–1875)
  • Bartlett - Harley Harris Bartlett (1886–1960)
  • Barton - Benjamin Smith Barton (1766–1815)
  • Bartram - John Bartram (1699–1777)
  • Bates - Vernon M. Bates (fl. 1984)
  • Batsch - August Johann Georg Karl Batsch (1761–1802)
  • Batt. - Jules Aimé Battandier (1848–1922)
  • Baumg. - Johann Christian Gottlob Baumgarten (1765–1843)
  • B.Boivin - Joseph Robert Bernard Boivin (1916–1985)
  • B.D.Jacks. - Benjamin Daydon Jackson (1846–1927)
  • B.G.Schub. - Bernice Giduz Schubert (1913–2000)
  • Beadle - Chauncey Delos Beadle (1856–1950)
  • Bean - William Jackson Bean (1863–1947)
  • Bebb - Michael Schuck Bebb (1833–1895)
  • Becc. - Odoardo Beccari (1843–1920)
  • Beck - Günther von Mannagetta und Lërchenau Beck (1856–1931)
  • Becker - Johannes Becker (1769–1833)
  • Bedd. - Richard Henry Beddome (1830–1911)
  • Beetle - Alan Ackerman Beetle (born 1913)
  • Bég. - Augusto Béguinot (1875–1940)
  • Beissn. - Ludwig Beissner (1843–1927)
  • Beitel - Joseph M. Beitel (1952–1991)
  • Bellardi - Carlo Antonio Lodovico (1741–1826)
  • Beloserky - R. N. Beloserky (fl. 1966)
  • Benjamin - Ludwig Benjamin (1825–1848)
  • Benn. - John Joseph Bennett (1801–1876)
  • Benth. - George Bentham (1800–1884)
  • Bentley - Robert Bentley (1821–1893)
  • Berg - Ernst von Berg (1782–1855)
  • Berger - Ernst Friedrich Berger (1814–1853)
  • Bergey - David Hendricks Bergey (1860–1937)
  • Berk. - Miles Joseph Berkeley (1803–1889)
  • Berkhout - Christine Marie Berkhout
  • Bernh. - Johann Jacob Bernhardi (1774–1850)
  • Berthel. - Sabin Berthelot (1794–1880)
  • Bertol. - Antonio Bertoloni (1775–1869)
  • Besser - Wilibald Swibert Joseph Gottlieb von Besser (1784–1842)
  • Bessey - Charles Edwin Bessey (1845–1915)
  • Bews - John William Bews (1884–1938)
  • Beyr. - Heinrich Karl Beyrich (1796–1834)
  • B.F.Holmgren - Bjorn Frithiofsson Holmgren (1872–1946)
  • Bickn. - Eugene Pintard Bicknell (1859–1925)
  • Biehler - Johann Friedrich Theodor (born c. 1785, date of death unknown)
  • Bigelow - Jacob Bigelow (1787–1879)
  • Biv. - Antonius de Bivoni-Bernardi (1774–1837)
  • B.Juss. - Bernard de Jussieu (1699–1777)
  • Blake - Joseph Blake (1814–1888)
  • Blanch. - William Henry Blanchard (1850–1922)
  • Blanco - Francisco Manuel Blanco (1778–1845)
  • Blasdell - Robert Ferris Blasdell (1929–1996)
  • Blomq. - Hugo Leander Blomquist (1888–1964)
  • B.L.Rob. - Benjamin Lincoln Robinson (1864–1935)
  • B.L.Turner - Billie Lee Turner
  • Bluff - Mathias Joseph Bluff (1805–1837)
  • Blume - Carl Ludwig Blume (1789–1862)
  • Böcher - Tyge W. Böcher (1909–1983)
  • Boeck - Johann Otto Boeckeler (1803–1899)
  • Boehm. - Georg Rudolf Boehmer (1723–1803)
  • Boiss. - Pierre Edmond Boissier (1810–1885)
  • Boiteau - Pierre L. Boiteau (1911–1980)
  • Bolle - Carl Bolle (1821–1909)
  • Bong - August Gustav Heinrich von Bongard (1786–1839)
  • Bonpl. - Aimé Jacques Alexandre Bonpland (1773–1858)
  • Boom - Boudewijn Karel Boom (1903–1980)
  • Boott - Francis M. B. Boott (1792–1863)
  • Borbás - Vinczé von Borbás (1844–1905)
  • Boreau - Alexandre Boreau (1803–1875)
  • Borhidi - Atilla Borhidi (born 1932)
  • Boriss. - Antonina Georgievna Borissova (1903–1970)
  • Borkh. - Moritz Balthasar Borkhausen (1760–1806)
  • Bornm. - Joseph Friedrich Nicolaus Bornmüller (1862–1948)
  • Börner - Carl Julius Bernhard Börner (1880–1953)
  • Borrer - William J. Borrer (1781–1862)
  • Borsch - Thomas Borsch (born 1969)
  • Borss.-Waalk. - Jan van Borssum Waalkes (1922–1985)
  • Bory - Jean Baptiste Bory de Saint-Vincent (1780–1846)
  • Bosc - Louis Augustin Guillaume Bosc (1759–1828)
  • Boucher - Jules Arman Guillaume Boucher de Crèvecouer (1757–1844)
  • Boulger - George Edward Simmonds Boulger (1853–1922)
  • Brack. - Willian Dunlop Brackenridge (1810–1893)
  • Brainerd - Ezra Brainerd (1844–1924)
  • Brandão - Mitzi Brandão
  • Brandegee - Townshend Stith Brandegee (1843–1925)
  • Brandenburg - D. M. Brandenburg (fl. 1991)
  • Brandis - Dietrich Brandis (1824–1907)
  • Branner - John C. Branner (fl. 1888)
  • Brenan - John Patrick Micklethwait Brenan (1917–1985)
  • Brenckle - Jacob Frederic Brenckle (1875–1958)
  • Bright - John Bright (botanist) (1872–1952)
  • Britt. - Nathaniel Lord Britton (1859–1934)
  • Britten - James Britten (1846–1924)
  • Britton - Nathaniel Lord Britton (1859–1934)
  • Bromhead - Edward Ffrench Bromhead (1789–1855)
  • Brongn. - Adolphe Theodore Brongniart (1801–1876)
  • Brooker - Ian Brooker (born 1934)
  • Brooks - Cecil Joslin Brooks (1875–1953)
  • Brooks - Ralph Edward Brooks (born 1950)
  • Broome - Christopher Edmund Broome (1812–1886)
  • Brot. - Felix de Silva Avellar Brotero (1744–1828)
  • Brouillet - Luc Brouillet (born 1954)
  • Broun - Maurice Broun (born 1906)
  • Brouss - Pierre Marie Auguste Broussonet (1761–1807)
  • Bruijn - Ary Johannes De Bruijn (1811–1896)
  • Brummitt - Richard Kenneth Brummitt (born 1937)
  • Brunet - Louis-Ovide Brunet (1826–1876)
  • Bruyns - Peter Vincent Bruyns (born 1957)
  • Buchenau - Franz Georg Philipp Buchenau (1831–1906)
  • Buch.-Ham. - Francis Buchanan-Hamilton (1762–1829)
  • Buckland - William Buckland (1784–1856)
  • Buckley - Samuel Botsford Buckley (1809–1884)
  • Buddle - Adam Buddle (1662–1715)
  • Bunge - Alexander Andrejewitsch von Bunge (1803–1890)
  • Burb. - Frederick William Burbidge
  • Burbank - Luther Burbank (1849–1926)
  • Burdet - Hervé Maurice Burdet (born 1939)
  • Bureau - Louis Édouard Bureau (1830–1918)
  • Burgess - Edward Sandford Burgess (1855–1928)
  • Burm. - Johannes Burman (1707–1779)
  • Burm.f. - Nicolaas Laurens Burman (1734–1793)
  • Burret - Max Burret (1883–1964)
  • Burrill - Thomas Jonathan Burrill (1839–1916)
  • Bush - Benjamin Franklin Bush (1858–1937)
  • Butler - Edwin John Butler (1874–1943)
  • Buxb - Franz Buxbaum (1900–1979)

Curt Backeberg (1894-1966) was a German horticulturist especially known for the collection and classification of cacti. ... Henri Ernest Baillon was a French botanist and physician. ... Louis Antoine Francois Baillon (January 20, 1778 - December 3, 1851) was a French naturalist and collector. ... John Gilbert Baker (1834-1920) was a British botanist. ... John Hutton Balfour (1808-1884) was a Scottish botanist. ... Sir Isaac Bayley Balfour (March 31, 1853 - November 30, 1922) was a Scottish botanist. ... Giuseppe Gabriel Balsamo-Crivelli was an Italian naturalist, born 1800-09-01 in Milan, died 1874-11-15 in Pavia. ... For clothing store, see JoS. A. Bank Clothiers. ... João Barbosa Rodrigues, 1842 - 1909 was a Brazilian botanist. ... Rupert Charles Barneby (October 6, 1911 - December 5, 2000) was a British-born self-taught botanist whose primary specialty was Fabaceae, the pea family, but also worked on Menispermaceae and numerous other groups as well. ... Benjamin Smith Barton Benjamin Smith Barton (February 10, 1766 - December 19, 1815) was an American botanist. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... Dr August Johann Georg Karl Batsch (28 October 1761 - 29 September 1802) was a German naturalist. ... Benjamin Daydon Jackson (1846-1927) was a pioneering botanist and taxonomer who wrote the first volume of Index Kewensis to include all the flowering plants. ... Beadle was known for his horticultural work with azaleas. ... Odoardo Beccari (16 November 1843 – 25 October 1920) was an Italian naturalist perhaps best known for discovering the titan arum, the plant with the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world, in Sumatra in 1878. ... Günther von Mannagetta und Lërchenau Beck (born 25 August, 1856 in Pressburg, modern Bratislava, died 23 June, 1931 in Prague) was a prominent German botanist He was a director of the department of botany of the Natural History Museum of Vienna and professor at the University of Vienna... Colonel Richard Henry Beddome (11 May 1830 - 23 February 1911) was a British military officer in India and a naturalist. ... John Joseph Bennett (January 8, 1801 - February 29, 1876) was a British botanist. ... George Bentham George Bentham (September 22, 1800 – September 10, 1884) was an English botanist, perhaps the greatest systematic botanist of the 19th century. ... Robert Bentley (1821-1893) was an English botanist. ... This biography does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Miles Joseph Berkeley (April 1, 1803 - July 30, 1889) was an English botanist. ... Christine Marie Berkhout (1893–1932) was a mycologist. ... Sabin Berthelot (April 4, 1794 – November 10, 1880) was a French naturalist and ethnologist. ... Charles Edwin Bessey (1845-1915) was an American botanist, born at Milton, Ohio. ... Bernard de Jussieu. ... Joseph Blake, the nephew of British Admiral Robert Blake, was Governor of South Carolina in 1694 (chosen by the council), and from 1696 to 1700. ... Francisco Manuel Blanco (born 1778 in Navianos; died 1845 in Manila) was a Spanish friar and botanist. ... Carl Ludwig Blume (29 June 1789 - 3 February 1862) was a German-Dutch botanist. ... Professor Böcher guiding students on a rainy excursion Tyge Wittrock Böcher (1909-1983) was a Danish botanist, evolutionary biologist, plant ecologist and phytogeographer. ... Pierre Edmond Boissier (1810-1885) was a Swiss botanist, explorer and mathematician. ... Carl August Bolle (1821 – February 17, 1909) was a German naturalist and collector. ... August Gustav Heinrich von Bongard (1786-1839) was a German botanist, who worked at Saint Petersburg, Russia. ... Aimé Bonpland. ... Antonina Georgievna Borissova (1903-1970) was a Russian botanist, specialising in the flora of the deserts and semi-deserts of central Asia. ... Moritz Balthasar Borkhausen (December 3, 1760 - November 30, 1806) was a German naturalist. ... Carl Julius Bernhard Börner (28 May 1880 – 14 June 1953) was a German entomologist. ... Jean Baptiste Bory de Saint-Vincent (1780 - 23 December 1846) was a French naturalist. ... Louis Augustin Guillaume Bosc (January 29, 1759 - July 10, 1828) was a French botanist and invertebrate zoologist. ... Ezra Brainerd (1844-1924) is admired as one of the most successful presidents of Middlebury College in Vermont. ... Sir Dietrich Brandis (1824-1907) is considered the father of tropical forestry. ... John Casper Branner (1850-1922) was an American geologist and academic. ... John Patrick Micklethwait Brenan was a British botanist. ... Nathaniel Lord Britton (1859 - 1934) was a US botanist and taxonomist who founded the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, New York. ... James Britten James Britten (3 May 1846 – 8 October 1925) was an English botanist. ... Nathaniel Lord Britton (1859 - 1934) was a US botanist and taxonomist who founded the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, New York. ... Sir Edward Thomas Ffrench Bromhead (March 26, 1789 – March 14, 1855), second baronet, was an Irish mathematician. ... Adolphe Théodore Brongniart (January 14, 1801 _ February 18, 1876) was a French botanist. ... Murray Ian Hill Brooker (born 2 June 1934), better known as Ian Brooker, is an Australian botanist. ... Christopher Edmund Broome (1812 - 1886) was a mycologist. ... Pierre Marie Auguste Broussonet (1761-1807), French naturalist, was born at Montpellier on the 28th of February 1761, and was educated for the medical profession. ... Louis-Ovide Brunet (10 March 1826 – 2 October 1876) was a French-Canadian botanist and Roman Catholic priest, and is considered one of the founding fathers of Canadian botany. ... Dr Francis Buchanan, later known as Francis Hamilton but often referred to as Francis Buchanan-Hamilton (February 15, 1762 - June 15, 1829) was a Scottish physician who made significant contributions as a geographer zoologist and botanist while living in India. ... William Buckland (12 March 1784 - 24 August 1856) was a prominent English geologist and palaeontologist who wrote the first full account of a fossil dinosaur, a proponent of Old Earth creationism and Flood geology who later became convinced by the glaciation theory of Louis Agassiz. ... Samuel Botsford Buckley (May 9, 1809 - February 18, 1884) was an American naturalist. ... Adam Buddle (1662 - 1715) was an English cleric and botanist. ... Alexander Georg von Bunge (September 29, 1803 – June 7, 1890) was German-Russian zoologist. ... Frederick William Burbidge (born 1847 in Wymeswold, Leicestershire, England, died 1905 in Dublin, Ireland) was a British explorer who collected many rare tropical plants for the famous Veitch Nursery. ... Luther Burbank - c1902 Luther Burbank - The Wizard of Horticulture Luther Burbank (March 7, 1849–April 11, 1926)[1] was an American botanist, horticulturist, and pioneer of agricultural science. ... Louis Édouard Bureau (25 May 1830 in Nantes - 14 December 1918 in Paris) was a French physician and botanist. ... Max Burret, officially Carl Edward Max Burret, (Born: 1883, Saffig near Andernahr, Rhine Province, Germany. ... Thomas Jonathan Burrill (1839-1916). ... Edwin John Butler (1874 in Kilkee, County Clare, Ireland, - 1943) was a plant pathologist in India and England, and director of the Imperial Mycological Institute. ... Franz Buxbaum (1900–1979) was an Austrian botanist, specialising in cacti. ...

C

  • Cabrera - Angel Lulio Cabrera (1908–1999)
  • C.A.Clark - Carolyn A. Clark (fl. 1979)
  • C.Agardh - Carl Adolph Agardh (1785–1859)
  • C.A.Gardner - Charles Austin Gardner (1896–1970)
  • Calder - James Alexander Calder (botanist) (1915–1990)
  • Caley - George Caley (1770–1829)
  • Cambage - Richard Hind Cambage (1859–1928)
  • Cambess. - Jacques Cambessèdes (1799–1863)
  • C.A.Mey. - Carl Anton von Meyer (1795–1855)
  • Camp - Wendell Holmes Camp (1904–1963)
  • Cambp. - Douglas Houghton Campbell (1859–1953)
  • Canby - William Marriott Canby (1831–1904)
  • C.A.Sm. - Christo Albertyn Smith
  • C.Bauhin - Gaspard Bauhin (1560–1624)
  • Capuron - René Paul Raymond Capuron (1921–1971)
  • Caro - José Aristide Caro (1919–1985)
  • Carrière - Elie-Abel Carrière (1818–1896)
  • Carruth. - William Carruthers (botanist) (1830–1922)
  • Carver - George Washington Carver (1864–1943)
  • Casar. - Giovanni Casaretto (1812–1879)
  • Casp. - Johann Xaver Robert (1818–1887)
  • Cass. - Alexandre Henri Gabriel de Cassini (1781–1832)
  • Cav. - Antonio José Cavanilles (1745–1804)
  • Cavara - Fridiano Cavara (1857–1929)
  • C.Bab. - Churchill Babington (1821–1889)
  • C.B.Clarke - Charles Baron Clarke (1832–1906)
  • C.B.Rob. - Charles Budd Robinson (1871–1913)
  • C.C.Berg - Cornelis Christiaan Berg (born 1934)
  • C.C.Gmel. - Carl Christian Gmelin (1762–1837)
  • C.Chr. - Carl Frederick Albert Christensen (1872–1942)
  • C.Clark – James Curtis Clark (born 1951)
  • C.DC - Anne Casimir Pyrame de Candolle
  • C.E.Hubb. - Charles Edward Hubbard (1900–1980)
  • Celak. - Ladislav Josef Celakovsky (1834–1902)
  • Cerv. - Vicente de Cervantes (1755–1829)
  • Ces. - Vincenzo de Cesati (1806–1883)
  • Cesalpino - Andrea Cesalpino (1519–1603)
  • C.F.Reed - Clyde Franklin Reed (1918–1999)
  • Cham. - Adelbert von Chamisso (1781–1838)
  • Chapm. - Alvan Wentworth Chapman (1809–1899)
  • Chase - Mary Agnes Chase (1869–1963)
  • Châtel. - Jean Jacques Châtelain (1736–1822)
  • Chaub. - Louis Athanase Chaubard (1785–1854)
  • Chiov. - Emilio Chiovenda (1871–1941)
  • Chodat - Robert Hippolyte Chodat (1865–1934)
  • Choisy - Jacques Denys Choisy (1799–1859)
  • Christian - Hugh Basil Christian (1871–1950)
  • C.K.Schneid. - Camillo Karl Schneider (1876–1951)
  • Clairv. - Joseph Philippe de Clairville (1742–1830)
  • C.L.Hitchc. - Charles Leo Hitchcock (1902–1986)
  • Claus - Karl Ernst Claus (1796–1894)
  • Clus. - Charles de l'Écluse (1526–1609)
  • Clute - Willard Nelson Clute (1869–1950)
  • C.L.Woodw. - Catherine L. Woodward (fl. 2007)
  • C.Mohr - Charles Theodore Mohr (1824–1901)
  • C.Morren - Charles Francois Antoine Morren (1807-1858)
  • C.Nelson - Cirilo Nelson (alternative name: Cyril Hardy Nelson Sutherland) (born 1938)
  • Cogn. - Alfred Cogniaux (1841–1916)
  • Colebr. - Henry Thomas Colebrooke (1765–1837)
  • Colla - Luigi Aloysius Colla (1766–1848)
  • Collad. - Louis Théodore Frederic Colladon (1792–1862)
  • Collinson - Peter Collinson FRS
  • Comm. - Philibert Commerçon
  • Conrad - Solomon White Conrad (1779–1831)
  • Conran - John Godfrey Conran (born 1960)
  • Constance - Lincoln Constance (1909–2001)
  • Cooke - Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
  • Cookson - Isabel Clifton Cookson
  • Cooperr. - Tom Smith Cooperrider (born 1927)
  • Corner Edred John Henry Corner (1906–1996)
  • Correll - Donovan Stewart Correll (1908–1983)
  • Cory - Victor Louis Cory (1880–1964)
  • Coss. - Ernest Saint-Charles Cosson (1819–1889)
  • Coult. - Thomas Coulter (1793–1843)
  • Coville - Frederick Vernon Coville (1867–1937)
  • C.Presl - Carl Borivoj Presl (1794–1852)
  • C.P.Sm. - Charles Piper Smith
  • Cranfill - Raimond Cranfill (fl. 1981)
  • Crantz - Heinrich Johann Nepomuk von Crantz
  • C.R.Ball - Carleton Roy Ball (1873–1958)
  • Crép. - Francois Crépin (1830–1903)
  • Crins - William J. Crins (born 1955)
  • Croizat - Léon Camille Marius Croizat
  • C.R.Parks - Clifford R. Parks (fl. 1963)
  • C.Rivière - Charles Marie Rivière (born 1845, date of death unknown)
  • Cronquist - Arthur John Cronquist (1919–1992)
  • Crundw. - Alan Crundwell (1923–2000)
  • C.S.Ding - C.S.Ding (fl. 1979)
  • C.Tul. - Charles Tulasne
  • C.V.Morton - Conrad Vernon Morton (1905–1972)
  • C.Wang - C.Wang (fl. 1978)
  • C.Wright - Charles Wright (botanist) (1811–1885)
  • Czern. - Vassilii Matveievitch Czernajew

Carl Adolph Agardh Carl Adolph Agardh (1785 - 1859) was a Swedish botanist specializing in algae and was eventually appointed bishop of Karlstad. ... For aviation pioneer see Sir George Cayley George Caley (June 10, 1770 - May 23, 1829) was an English botanist and explorer in Australia. ... Richard Hind Cambage (November 7, 1859 - November 28, 1928) was an Australian surveyor and botanist who made important contributions to the description of the genera Acacia and Eucalyptus. ... Carl Anton Andreevic von Meyer (1 April 1795 in Vitebsk - 24 February 1855 in Saint Petersburg) was a Russian botanist and explorer. ... Dr. Douglas Houghton Campbell (December 19, 1859 - February 24, 1953) was an American botanist. ... Christo Albertyn Smith (1898-1956) was a South African botanist. ... Gaspard Bauhin Gaspard Bauhin, or Caspar Bauhin (January 17, 1560 – December 5, 1624), was a Swiss-French botanist. ... René Paul Raymond Capuron (1921-1971) was a French botanist. ... Elie-Abel Carrière (1818–1896) was a French botanist, based in Paris. ... William Carruthers (May 29, 1830 - June 2, 1922) was a British botanist. ... George Washington Carver, 1906 George Washington Carver (c. ... Count Alexandre Henri Gabriel de Cassini (1781-1832) was a French botanist and naturalist, who specialised in the sunflower family (Asteraceae) (then known as family Compositae). ... Antonio José Cavanilles (January 16, 1745 - May 4, 1804) was the leading Spanish taxonomic botanist of the 18th century. ... Churchill Babington ( 11th March, 1821- 1889) was an English classical scholar and archaeologist, born at Roecliffe, in Leicestershire. ... Charles Baron Clarke (June 17, 1832-August 25, 1906) was a British botanist. ... This is a list of botanists by their author abbreviation, designed for citation in the botanical names they have published. ... chicken ... Adelbert von Chamisso Adelbert von Chamisso (January 30, 1781 – August 21, 1838), was a German poet and botanist. ... Alvan Wentworth Chapman (September 28, 1809-1899) was an American physician and botanist. ... Camillo Karl Schneider (1876 - 1951) was an Austrian botanist and landscape architect . ... Joseph Philippe de Clairville ( 1742 - 1830 ) was a notable Swiss botanist and entomologist. ... Charles de lÉcluse Charles de lÉcluse, LEscluse, or Carolus Clusius (Arras, February 19, 1526–Leiden April 4, 1609), seigneur de Watènes, was the Flemish doctor and pioneering botanist, perhaps the most influential of all 16th century scientific horticulturists. ... Charles Theodore Mohr, baptized Karl Theodor (1824-1901), was a German botanist who emigrated to the United States in 1848. ... Alfred Celestin Cogniaux (April 7, 1841 - April 15, 1916) was a Belgian botanist. ... Henry Thomas Colebrooke (June 15, 1765 - March 18, 1837) was an English orientalist. ... Luigi Aloysius Colla (1766-1848) was an Italian botanist of the late 18th and early 19th Centuries. ... Peter Collinson (1694–1768) was a Fellow of the Royal Society best known for his friendship with Benjamin Franklin and their correspondence about electricity. ... Philibert Commerçon Dr. Philibert Commerçon (also sometimes spelled Commerson) (November 18, 1727–March 13, 1773) was a French naturalist, best known for accompanying Louis Antoine de Bougainville on his voyage of circumnavigation in 1766–1769. ... Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (12 July 1825-12 November 1914, Southsea, Hants) was an English botanist and mycologist. ... Isabel Clifton Cookson (December 25, 1893 - July 1, 1973) was an Australian botanist who specialised in palaeobotany and palynology. ... Edred John Henry Corner (12 January 1906 - 14 September 1996) was a botanist who occupied the posts of assistant director at the Singapore Botanic Gardens (1926 - 1946) and Professor of Tropical Botany at the University of Cambridge (1949-1973). ... Ernest Saint-Charles Cosson (July 22, 1819 - December 31, 1889) was a French botanist. ... Thomas Coulter (1793–1843) of Dundalk was an Irish physician, botanist, and explorer. ... Karel BoÅ™ivoj Presl (1794-1852) was a Bohemian botanist. ... Crantzs , 1769 Heinrich Johann Nepomuk von Crantz (Roodt, Luxemburg, November 25, 1722 – January 18, 1797, Judenburg, Austria) was a botanist and a physician. ... The Italian botanist Leon Croizat (1894-1982) is a controversial figure in the most recent history of biogeography. ... Arthur J. Cronquist (1919–1992) was a North American botanist, a specialist on Compositae, most famous for the Cronquist system, laid down in An Integrated System of Classification of Flowering Plants (1981) and The Evolution and Classification of Flowering Plants (1988). ... Alan Cyril Crundwell (1923–2000) was a British bryologist, known for categorizing approximately 20 species of bryophytes, around six of which were previously unknown to science. ... Charles Tulasne (September 5, 1816 - August 21, 1884) was a French physician and botanist who was born in Langeais in the departement of Indre-et-Loire. ... Charles Wright (October 29, 1811 - August 11, 1885) was an American botanist. ...

D

  • Dahl - Anders Dahl
  • Dahlst. - Gustav Adolf Hugo Dahlstedt (1856–1934)
  • Dandy - James Edgar Dandy (1903–1976)
  • Darl. - S.J.Darbyshire (born 1953)
  • D.A.Sutton - David A. Sutton (born 1952)
  • Daubs - Edwin Horace Daubs (fl. 1965)
  • Daveau - Jules Alexandre Daveau (1852–1929)
  • Davenp. - George Edward Davenport (1833–1907)
  • Davey - Frederick Hamilton Davey (1868–1915)
  • David - Armand David
  • DC - Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (1778–1841)
  • D.C.Eaton - Daniel Cady Eaton (1834–1895)
  • D.Dietr. - David Nathaniel Dietrich (1799–1888)
  • D.Don - David Don (1799–1841)
  • De Bary - Anton de Bary
  • Decne. - Joseph Decaisne (1807–1882)
  • Degen - Àrpàd von Degen (1866-1934)
  • Delahoussaye - ? Delahoussaye (?)
  • Delavay - Pierre Jean Marie Delavay
  • Deless. - Jules Paul Benjamin Delessert
  • Denis - Marcel Denis (1897–1929)
  • De Puydt - Paul Émile de Puydt
  • Desf. - René Louiche Desfontaines
  • De Smet - Louis De Smet (1813–1887)
  • Desr. - Louis Auguste Joseph Desrousseaux (1753–1838)
  • Desv. - Nicaise Auguste Desvaux
  • De Vis - Charles Walter De Vis (1829–1915)
  • de Vos - Cornelis de Vos (1806–1895)
  • De Vriese - Willem Hendrik De Vriese (1806–1862)
  • de Wet - Johannes Martenis Jacob de Wet (born 1927)
  • Dewey - Chester Dewey (1784–1867)
  • Dewey - Lyster Hoxie Dewey
  • De Wild. - Émile Auguste(e) Joseph De Wildeman
  • D.Fairchild - David Fairchild
  • D.H.Scott - Dukinfield Henry Scott (1854–1934)
  • Dieck - Georg Dieck (1847–1925)
  • Diels - Friedrich Ludwig Emil Diels (1874–1945)
  • Dill. - Johann Jacob Dillenius (1684–1747)
  • Dippel - Leopold Dippel (1827–1914)
  • D.Löve - Doris Benta Maria Löve (1918–2000)
  • Dode - Louis-Albert Dode (1875–1943)
  • Dodoens - Rembert Dodoens
  • Döll - Johann Christoph Döll (1808–1885)
  • Doweld - Alexander Borissovitch Doweld (born 1973)
  • Donn - James Donn (1758–1813)
  • Donn.Sm. - John Donnell Smith (1829–1928)
  • Douglas - David Douglas (1798–1834)
  • Dowell - Philip Dowell (1864–1936)
  • Drake - Emmanuel Drake del Castillo
  • Druce - George Claridge Druce (1850–1932)
  • Drude - Carl Georg Oscar Drude (1852–1933)
  • Dryand. - Jonas Carlsson Dryander (1748–1810)
  • Du Roi - Johnann Philipp Du Roi (1741–1785)
  • Duby - Jean Étienne Duby (1798–1885)
  • Duchesne - Antoine Nicolas Duchesne (1747–1827)
  • Ducke - Adolpho Ducke (1876–1959)
  • Dufr. - Pierre Dufresne (1786–1836)
  • Duggar - Benjamin Minge Duggar (1872–1956)
  • Dulac - Joseph Dulac (1827–1897)
  • Dum.Cours. - Georges Louis Marie Dumont de Courset (1746–1824)
  • Dumort. - Barthélemy Charles Joseph Dumortier (1797–1878)
  • Dunal - Michel Felix Dunal (1789–1856)
  • Dunn - Stephen Troyte Dunn (1868–1938)
  • Durand - Ernest Armand Durand (1872–1910)
  • Durazz. - Antonio Durazz (fl. 1772)
  • Durieu - Michel Charles Durieu de Maisonneuve (1796–1878)
  • Duss - Antoine Duss (1840–1924)
  • Dyal - Sarah Creecie Dyal (born 1907)
  • Dyer - William Turner Thiselton (Thistleton) Dyer (1843-1928)

Anders (Andreas) Dahl (March 17, 1751 _ May 25, 1789) was a Swedish botanist and student of Linnaeus. ... The standard author abbreviation David may be used to indicate this person in citing a botanical name. ... A. P. de Candolle Augustin Pyramus de Candolle also spelt Augustin Pyrame de Candolle (February 4, 1778 - September 9, 1841) was one of the great botanists of all time. ... David Don (21 December 1799 - 15 December 1841) was an English botanist, Professor of Botany at Kings College, London from 1836–1841, and librarian at the Linnean Society of London from 1822–1841. ... Anton de Bary Heinrich Anton de Bary (January 26, 1831 - January 19, 1888) was a German surgeon, botanist, microbiologist, and mycologist (fungal systematics and physiology). ... Joseph Decaisne was a French botanist and agronomist, born on March 7, 1807 in Brussels and death in January 1882 in Paris. ... Pierre Jean Marie Delavay (1834-1895) was a French missionary, explorer and botanist. ... Jules Paul Benjamin Delessert (14 February 1773 - 1847) was a French banker and naturalist. ... Paul Émile de Puydt (Born in Mons, March 6, 1810 - Died in Mons, May 28, 1888) was a many-talented character. ... René Louiche Desfontaines (February 14, 1750 – November 16, 1833) was a French botanist. ... Nicaise Auguste Desvaux (1784 - 1856) was a French botanist. ... Charles Walter De Vis (Birmingham, England, May 9, 1829 — Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, April 30, 1915), known as Devis before about 1882, was an English zoologist and ornithologist. ... David Fairchild in 1889, while employed at the United States Department of Agriculture David Grandison Fairchild (April 7, 1869 - August 6, 1954) was an American botanist and plant explorer. ... Dukinfield Henry Scott (1854-1934) was a British botanist. ... Dr. Friedrich Ludwig Emil Diels (born 24 September 1874 in Hamburg; died 30 November 1945 in Berlin) was a German botanist. ... Johann Jakob Dillen (Dillenius) (1687-April 2, 1747) was a German botanist. ... Rembert Dodoens (Mechelen June 29, 1517 - Leyden March 10, 1585) was a Flemish physician and botanist, also known under his Latinized name Rembertus Dodonaeus. ... James Donn (1758–1813) was an English botanist. ... Portrait of David Douglas, circa 1825 Coast Douglas-fir cone, from a tree grown from seed collected by David Douglas in 1826 This article is about the botanist. ... This is a list of botanists by their author abbreviation, designed for citation in the botanical names they have published. ... Jonas Carlsson Dryander (March 5, 1748 – October 19, 1810) was a Swedish botanist. ... Walter Adolpho Ducke (born October 19, 1876 in Trieste, Italy; died January 5, 1959 in Fortaleza, Brazil), also referred to as Adolfo Ducke, was a notable botanist and ethnographer of the Amazonian Rainforest. ... Benjamin Minge Duggar (1872–1956) was an American plant physiologist, born at Gallion, Hale County, Ala. ... George Louis Marie Dumont de Courset (September 16, 1746–1824) was a French botanist and agronomist. ... Barthélémy du Mortier Barthélemy Charles Joseph Dumortier (1797 - 1878) was a Belgian politician [] and botanist. ... Michel Felix Dunal (1789-1856) was a French botanist. ... Antoine Düss (August 14, 1840 – May 5 1924) was a Swiss botanist. ...

E

Franklin Sumner Earle (1856–1929) was an American mycologist. ... Amos Eaton (1776-1842) Amos Eaton (May 17, 1776 – 1842) was a scientist and educator in the Troy, NY area in the early 19th century. ... Christian Friedrich Ecklon (Apenrade 1795–Cape Town 1868) was a Danish botanical collector and apothecary. ... Ernest Charles Nelson (born 15 September 1951) is a botanist who specialises in the Proteaceae family, especially the Adenanthos genus; and the Ericaceae, especially Erica. ... Edward Hitchcock (24 May 1793 – 27 February 1864) was the third President of Amherst College, from 1845 to 1854. ... Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg. ... Jakob Friedrich Ehrhart (1742-1795) was a German botanist, a pupil of Carolus Linnaeus, and later Director of the Botanical Garden of Hannover, where he produced several major botanical works between 1780-1793. ... August Wilhelm Eichler, also known under his latinized name, Augustus Guilielmus Eichler (April 22, 1839, in Neukirchen, Hesse – March 2, 1887, in Berlin) was a german botanist that modified former systems to reflect a better relationship between plants. ... Karl Eduard Von Eichwald (July 4, 1795 – November 10, 1876), Russian geologist and physician, was born at Mitau in Courland. ... Emma Lucy Braun (1889-1971) was an American botanist and ecologist, whose commitment to conservation led to the eventual preservation of over 10,000 acres in Ohio. ... Henry John Elwes FRS (May 16, 1846 - November 26, 1922) was a British botanist and entomologist. ... William Hemsley Emory (September 7, 1811 – December 1, 1887) was an United States Army officer and surveyor of Texas. ... Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher (born June 24, 1804 in Preßburg (Bratislava), died March 28. ... Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler better known as Adolf Engler (March 25, 1844 – October 10, 1930) was a German botanist, very important for his works on Plant Taxonomy and Phytogeography, like Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien (The natural Plant Families), edited with Karl A. E. von Prantl and for his foremost system... Henri Perrier de la Bâthie (1873–1958) was a French botanist who specialized in the plants of Madagascar. ... Sir Edward James Salisbury, (1886-1978), was a British botanist in the early part of the Twentieth Century. ... Johann Friedrich Eschscholtz (1 November 1793 - 19 May 1831) was an Estonian physician, botanist, zoologist and entomologist. ... Constantin Freiherr von Ettingshausen (or Baron Constantin von Ettingshausen) (June 16, 1826 – February 1, 1897) was an Austrian geologist and botanist. ... Alfred James Ewart (February 12, 1872 - September 12, 1937) was an English-Australian botanist. ... Edward Wilber Berry (1875 - 1945) was an American paleontologist and botanist, the principal focus of his research was paleobotany. ...

F

  • F.Allam. - Frédéric-Louis Allamand (1735–1803)
  • Fabr. - Philipp Conrad Fabricius (1714–1774)
  • Falc. - Hugh Falconer
  • Fang - ? Fang (fl. 1947)
  • Farrer - Reginald John Farrer (1880–1920)
  • Farw. - Oliver Atkins Farwell (1867–1944)
  • Fassett - Norman Carter Fassett (1900–1954)
  • Fee - Antoine Laurent Apollinaire Fee (1789–1874)
  • F.E.Lloyd - Francis Ernst Lloyd (1868–1947)
  • Fenzl - Edouard Fenzl (1808–1879)
  • Fernald - Merritt Lyndon Fernald (1873–1950)
  • Ferry - René Joseph Justin Ferry
  • F. Gould - Frank Walton Gould (1913–1981)
  • F.Heim - Frédéric Louis Heim (born 1869, date of death unknown)
  • F.H.Lewis - Frank Harlan Lewis (born 1919)
  • F.H.Wigg. - Friedrich Heinrich Wiggers (1746–1811)
  • Fieber - Franz Xaver Fieber (1807–1872)
  • Fiori - Adriano Fiori (1865–1950)
  • Fisch. - Friedrich Ernst Ludwig von Fischer (1782–1854)
  • F.J.A.Morris - F. John A. Morris (born 1869, date of death unknown)
  • F.J.Herm. - Frederick Joseph Hermann (1906–1987)
  • Flüggé - Johannes Flüggé (1775–1816)
  • F.M.Bailey - Frederick Manson Bailey (1827–1915)
  • F.M.Knuth - Frederik Marcus Knuth (1904–1970)
  • F.Michx. - François Andre Michaux (1770–1855)
  • F.Muell. - Ferdinand von Mueller (1825–1896)
  • Focke - Wilhelm Olbers Focke (1834–1922)
  • Forbes - John Forbes (1799–1823)
  • Forssk. - Peter Forsskål (1732–1763)
  • Fortune - Robert Fortune
  • Fosberg - Francis Raymond Fosberg (1908–1993)
  • Foug. - Auguste Denis Fougeroux de Bandaroy (1732–1789)
  • Fourc. - Henry George Fourcade
  • Fr. - Elias Magnus Fries (1794–1878)
  • Franch. - Adrien René Franchet (1834–1900)
  • Freckmann - Robert W. Freckmann (born 1939)
  • Frém. - John C. Frémont
  • Fresen - G. Fresen
  • Friedl - T. Friedl
  • Fritsch - Karl Fritsch (1864–1934)
  • F.Ritter - Friedrich Ritter
  • Friv. - Imre Frivaldszky
  • Froel. - Joseph Aloys von Froelich (1766–1841)
  • F.Schmidt - Friedrich Carl Fedor Bogdanovich Schmidt (1862–1908)
  • F.T.Hubb. - Frederic Tracy Hubbard (1875–1962)
  • F.W.Schultz - Friedrich Wilhem Schultz (1804–1876)
  • F.Y.Cao - F.Y.Cao (fl. 1991)

Frédéric-Louis Allamand (~ February 5, 1736 - after 1803) was a Swiss botanist. ... Hugh Falconer (February 29, 1808 - January 31, 1865) was a Scottish palaeontologist and botanist, and the younger brother of the notable merchant Alexander Falconer. ... Reginald John Farrer (1880 – 1920), was a traveller and plant collector. ... Merritt Lyndon Fernald (October 5, 1873 - September 22, 1950) was an American botanist. ... Friedrich Ernst Ludwig Fischer (1782 – 1854) was a Russian botanist, born in Germany. ... Frederick Manson Bailey Frederick Manson Bailey, CMG (March 8, 1827–June 25, 1915) was a botanist active in Australia, who made valuable contributions to the characterisation of the flora of Queensland. ... Frederik Marcus Knuth (1904-1970) was a taxonomist especially known for the collection and classification of cactuses. ... Baron Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich von Mueller (German: Müller) (June 30, 1825 - October 10, 1896) was a German-Australian physician, geographer, and most notably botanist. ... There has been more than one person named John Forbes: John Forbes (1710-1759), British General in the French and Indian War John Forbes (1740-1783), Scottish clergyman John Forbes (1950-1998), Australian Poet This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise... Peter ForsskÃ¥l (sometimes also Pehr ForsskÃ¥l, Peter Forskaol, Petrus ForskÃ¥l or Pehr ForsskÃ¥hl) (born in Helsinki, 11 January 1732, died in Yemen, 11 July 1763), Swedish explorer, orientalist and naturalist. ... Robert Fortune (September 16, 1812 - April 13, 1880), was a Scottish botanist and traveller best known for introducing tea plants from China to India. ... Henry George Fourcade (July 8, 1865, Bordeaux, France - January 19, 1948, Witte Els Bosch, South Africa) also known as George Henri Fourcade, was a surveyor, forester, pioneer of photogrammetry and as botanist, a major early collector of the Southern Cape Flora taxon. ... Drawn image of Elias Magnus Fries Elias Magnus Fries (August 15, 1794 – February 8, 1878) was a Swedish botanist born at Femsjö in Smalandia. ... Adrien René Franchet (1834-1900) was a French botanist, based at the Paris Muséum national dHistoire naturelle. ... John Charles Frémont (January 21, 1813 – July 13, 1890), was an American military officer, explorer, the first candidate of the Republican Party for the office of President of the United States, and the first presidential candidate of a major party to run on a platform in opposition to slavery. ... Karl Fritsch (24th February 1864 - 17th January 1934) was an Austrian botanist. ... Friedrich Ritter (1898-1989) was a botanist who collected and described many species of cacti. ... Dr Emerich (Imré) Frivaldszky von Frivald (February 6, 1799 - October 19, 1870) was a Hungarian botanist and entomologist. ...

G

  • Gaertn. - Joseph Gaertner (1732–1791)
  • Gagnep. - François Gagnepain
  • Gale - Shirley Gale (born 1915)
  • Galushko - Anatol I. Galushko (born 1926)
  • Gamble - James Sykes Gamble (1847–1925)
  • Garcke - Christian August Friedrich Garcke
  • Gandhi - Kancheepuram N. Gandhi (born 1948)
  • Gardner - George Gardner
  • Gatt. - Augustin Gattinger (1825–1903)
  • Gaudich. - Charles Gaudichaud-Beaupré
  • G.C.Tucker - Gordon C. Tucker (born 1957)
  • G.Dahlgren - Gertrud Dahlgren (born 1931)
  • G.Don - George Don (1798–1856)
  • G.E.Haglund - Gustaf Emmanuel Haglund (1900–1955)
  • Genev. - Léon Gaston Genevier
  • Gentry - Howard Scott Gentry
  • Gerstb. - Pedro Gerstberger (born 1951)
  • Gesner - (Gesnerus) Conrad Gessner
  • Geyer - Carl Andreas Geyer (1809–1853)
  • G.F.Atk. - George Francis Atkinson (1854–1918)
  • G.Forst. - Georg Forster
  • Ghini - Luca Ghini
  • Gibbs - Lilian Gibbs
  • Gilg - Ernest Friedrich Gilg (1867–1933)
  • Gilib. - Jean-Emmanuel Gilibert (1741–1814)
  • Gillek. - Léopold Guillaume Gillekens (1833–1905)
  • Gillies - John Gillies (1792–1834)
  • Gillis - William Thomas Gillis (1933–1979)
  • Gilly - Charles Louis Gilly (1911–1970)
  • G.Kirchn. - Georg Kirchner (1837–1885)
  • G.Koch - Georg Friedrich Koch (1809–1874)
  • G.Lawson - George Lawson (botanist) (1827–1895)
  • G.L.Church - George Lyle Church (born 1903)
  • Gleason - Henry Allan Gleason (1882–1975)
  • G.L.Nesom - Guy L. Nesom (born 1945)
  • Gloxin - Benjamin Peter Gloxin (1765–1794)
  • G.L.Webster - Grady Linder Webster (born 1927)
  • G.M.Barroso - Graziela Maciel Barroso (1912–2003)
  • G.Moore - George Thomas Moore (1871–1956)
  • G.Nicholson - George Nicholson (botanist) (1847–1908)
  • Godr. - Dominique Alexandre Godron (1807–1880)
  • Goeschke - Franz Goeschke (1844–1912)
  • Goldberg - Aaron Goldberg (born 1917)
  • Goldie - John Goldie (1793–1886)
  • Gooden. - Samuel Goodenough (1743–1827)
  • Goodyer - John Goodyer (1592–1664)
  • Göpp. - Johann Heinrich Robert Göppert (1800–1884)
  • Gordon - George Gordon (botanist)
  • Gould - John Gould (1804-1881)
  • G.Pearson - Gilbert Pearson (?)
  • Graebn. - Karl Otto Robert Peter Paul Graebner (1871–1933)
  • Graham - Robert C. Graham (1786–1845)
  • Grande - Loreto Grande (1878–1965)
  • Gray - Samuel Frederick Gray (1766–1828)
  • Greene - Edward Lee Greene (1843–1915)
  • Greenm. - Jesse More Greenman (1867–1951)
  • Greenway - Percy James Greenway (1897–1980)
  • Gren. - Jean Charles Marie Grenier (1808–1875)
  • Greuter - Werner Rodolfo Greuter (born 1938)
  • Griff. - William Griffith (botanist) (1810–1845)
  • Grimm - Johann Friedrich Carl Grimm (1737–1821)
  • Gris - Jean Antoine Arthur Gris
  • Griscom - Ludlow Griscom (1890–1959)
  • Griseb. - August Heinrich Rudolf Grisebach (1814–1879)
  • Grolle - Riclef Grolle
  • Grossh. - Alexander Alfonsovich Grossheim
  • Grudz. - Irina Aleksandrovna Grudzinskaya
  • G.Shaw - George Shaw
  • G.S.Mill. - Gerrit Smith Miller (1869–1956)
  • Guillaumin - André Guillaumin (1885–1974)
  • Guill. - Jean Baptiste Antoine Guillemin
  • Gunckel - Hugo Gunckel Lűer
  • Gunnerus - Johann Ernst Gunnerus
  • Guss. - Giovanni Gussone (1787–1866)

Joseph Gaertner (1732-1791; in German Joseph Gärtner) was a German botanist. ... François Gagnepain (1866–1952) was a French botanist. ... James Sykes Gamble (1847 - 1925) was an English botanist who specialized in the flora of the Indian sub-continent. ... George Gardner (born on October 8, 1942 in Lachine, Quebec, Canada and died on November 6, 2006) was a retired NHL goaltender. ... Charles Gaudichaud-Beaupré (September 4, 1789 - January 16, 1854) was a French botanist. ... George Don (17 May 1798–25 February 1856) was a botanist. ... Howard Scott Gentry (1903-1993) was an American botanist recognized as the worlds leading authority on the agaves. ... Conrad Gessner (Konrad Gessner, Conrad von Gesner, Conradus Gesnerus) (26 March 1516-13 December 1565) was a Swiss naturalist. ... Image:Georg Forster masterbator. ... Luca Ghini (1490 - May 4, 1566) was an Italian physician and botanist. ... Lilian Gibbs was a British botanist who worked for the British Museum in London. ... John Gillies (1747 - 1836), historian, born at Brechin and educated there and at Glasgow, wrote a History of Greece (1786) from a strongly anti-democratic standpoint, a History of the World from Alexander to Augustus (1807), and a View of the Reign of Frederick II. of Prussia. ... George Lawson (October 12, 1827 – November 10, 1895) was a Canadian botanist who is considered the father of Canadian botany. Born in Scotland, in 1858, he was appointed the Professor of Chemistry and Natural History at Queens University. ... Henry Allan Gleason (1882-1975) was a noted American ecologist, botanist, and taxonomist, most recognized for his endorsement of the individualistic hypothesis of ecological succession. ... Benjamin Peter Gloxin (1765-1794) was a German physician and botanical writer who lived in Colmar. ... George Thomas Moore (1871 - 1956) was a U.S. botanist. ... Please wikify (format) this article as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ... Heinrich Göppert Johann Heinrich Robert Göppert (July 25, 1800 - May 18, 1884) was a German botanist and paleontologist. ... George Gordon (1801-1893) was a British botanist, also partaking in the study of Geology and Naturalism. ... John Gould John Gould (14 September 1804 – 3 February 1881) was an English ornithologist. ... Samuel Frederick Gray (1766 – 1828) was a British botanist and pharmacologist. ... Edward Lee Greene (August 20, 1843 – November 10, 1915) was an American botanist. ... Professor Dr. Werner Rodolfo Greuter, (born February 27, 1938) in Genova, Italy, as a Swiss national, is a prominent botanist. ... William Griffith (1810-1845) was a British doctor, naturalist, and botanist. ... Ludlow Griscom (June 17, 1890–May 28, 1959) was an American ornithologist known as a pioneer in field ornithology. ... August Heinrich Rudolf Grisebach was a German botanist and phytogeographer. ... George Shaw. ... Gerrit Smith Miller, Jr. ... Jean Baptiste Antoine Guillemin ( Pouilly-sur-Saône , January 20, 1796 - Montpellier, January 15, 1842 ) was a French botanist. ... Johann Ernst Gunnerus (1718 - September 23, 1773) was a Norwegian bishop and botanist. ...

H

  • Hack. - Eduard Hackel (1850–1926)
  • Halácsy - Eugen von Halácsy (1842–1913)
  • Ham. - William Hamilton (botanist) (1783–1856)
  • Hance - Henry Fletcher Hance (1827–1886)
  • Hand.-Mazz. - Heinrich R.E. Handel-Mazzetti (1882–1940)
  • Hanst. - Johannes Ludwig Emil Robert von Hanstein (1822-1880)
  • Hara - Kanesuke Hara (1885–1962)
  • H.Hara - Hiroshi Hara (1911–1986)
  • Harb. - Thomas Grant Harbison (1862–1936)
  • Hardin - James Walker Hardin (born 1929)
  • Harms - Hermann Harms (1870–1942)
  • Harkn.H. W. Harkness (1821–1901)
  • Hartm. - Carl Johan Hartman (1790–1849)
  • Hartw. - Karl Theodor Hartweg (1812–1871)
  • Hartwig - August Karl Julius Hartwig (1823–1913)
  • Harv. - William Henry Harvey (1811–1866)
  • Harvill - Alton McCaleb Harvill, Jr (born 1916)
  • Hassk. - Justus Carl Hasskarl (1811–1894)
  • Haufler - Christopher H. Haufler (born 1950)
  • Hauke - Richard L. Hauke (born 1930)
  • Hauser - Margit Luise Hauser
  • Hausskn. - Heinrich Carl Haussknecht (1838–1903)
  • Haw. - Adrian Hardy Haworth (1768–1833)
  • Hayata - Bunzō Hayata (1874–1934)
  • Hayek - August von Hayek (1871–1928)
  • Hayne - Friedrich Gottlob Hayne (1763–1832)
  • H.B.K. or H.B. & K. - Humboldt, Bonpland, and Kunth
  • H.Bock - Hieronymus Bock (1498–1554)
  • H.Deane - Henry Deane
  • H.E.Ahles - Harry E. Ahles (1924–1981)
  • Hedrick - Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick (1870–1951)
  • Hedw. - Johann Hedwig (1730–1799)
  • Hegelm. - Christoph Friedrich Hegelmaier (1833–1906)
  • Heim - Georg Christoph Heim (1743–1807)
  • Heist. - Lorenz Heister (1683–1758)
  • Heldr. - Theodor Heinrich Hermann von Heldreich (1822–1902)
  • Hellq. - C. Barre Hellquist (born 1940)
  • H.E.Moore - Harold Emery Moore (1917–1980)
  • Hemsl. - William Botting Hemsley (1843–1924)
  • Henn. - Paul Christoph Hennings (1841–1908)
  • Henrard - Johannes Theodoor Henrard (1881–1974)
  • Henry - Louis Henry (1853–1903)
  • Hensl. - John Stevens Henslow (1796–1861)
  • Hepper - Frank Nigel Hepper (born 1929)
  • Herb. - William Herbert (1778–1847)
  • Herder - Ferdinand Gottfried Theobald Herder (1828–1896)
  • Heybroek - Hans M. Heybroek
  • Heynh. - Gustav Heynhold (1800–1860)
  • Heywood - Vernon Hilton Heywood (born 1927)
  • H.G.Sm. - Henry George Smith (1852–1924)
  • H.H.Eaton - Hezekiah Hulbert Eaton (1809–1832)
  • Hill - John Hill (1716–1775)
  • Hirn - Karl Engelbrecht Hirn (1872–1907)
  • Hitchc - Albert Spear Hitchcock (1865–1935)
  • H.Jaeger - Hermann Jaeger (1815–1890)
  • H.Karst - Gustav Karl Wilhelm Hermann Karsten (1817–1908)
  • H.Lév. - Augustin Abel Hector Léveillé (1863–1918)
  • H.Low - Hugh Low
  • H.L.Späth - Helmut Ludwig Späth (1885–1945)
  • H.L.Wendl. - Heinrich Wendland
  • Hnatiuk - Roger James Hnatiuk (born 1946)
  • Hochst. - Christian Ferdinand Friedrich Hochstetter (1787–1860)
  • Hoehne - Frederico Carlos Hoehne (1882–1959)
  • Hoffm. - George Franz Hoffmann (1761–1826)
  • Hoffmanns. - Johann Centurius von Hoffmannsegg (1766–1849)
  • Hogg - Thomas Hogg (1777–1855)
  • Hohen. - Rudolph Friedrich Hohenacker (1798–1874)
  • Hollick - Charles Arthur Hollick (1857–1933)
  • Holmgren - Hjalmar Josef Holmgren (1822–1885)
  • Holub - Josef Ludwig Holub (1930–1999)
  • Hook. - William Jackson Hooker (1785–1865)
  • Hook.f. - Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817–1911)
  • Hopper - Stephen Hopper (born 1951)
  • Hornem. - Jens Wilken Hornemann (1770–1841)
  • Host - Nicolaus Thomas Host (1761–1834)
  • House - Homer Doliver House (1878–1949)
  • Houtt. - Maarten Houttuyn (1720–1798)
  • Howe - Eliot Calvin Howe (1828–1899)
  • Howell - Thomas Jefferson Howell (1842–1912)
  • H.O.Yates - Harris Oliver Yates (born 1934)
  • H.Perrier - Joseph Marie Henry Alfred Perrier de la Bâthie
  • H.P.Fuchs - Hans Peter Fuchs (1928–1999)
  • H.Rock - Howard Francis Leonard Rock (1925–1964)
  • H.Rob. - Harold E. Robinson
  • H.Sharsm. - Helen Katherine Sharsmith (1905–1982)
  • H.S.Irwin - Howard Samuel Irwin (born 1928)
  • H.St.John - Harold St. John (1892–1991)
  • Hultén - Oskar Eric Gunnar Hultén (1894–1981)
  • Huds. - William Hudson (botanist) (1730–1793)
  • Hügel - Carl(Karl) Alexander Anselm von Hügel (1794–1870)
  • Humb. - Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859)
  • Hurus. - Isao Hurusawa (born 1916)
  • Husn. - Pierre Tranquille Husnot (1840–1929)
  • H.Wendl. - Hermann Wendland

Henry Fletcher Hance (1827 - 1886) was a British diplomat who devoted his spare time to the study of Chinese plants. ... Hermann Harms (1870-1942) was a German taxonomist and botanist. ... Harvey Willson Harkness (1821–1901) was an American mycologist and natural historian best known for his early descriptions of California fungal species. ... Karl Theodor Hartweg (1812-1871) was a German botanist. ... William Henry Harvey (1811-1866) was an Irish botanist. ... Adrian Hardy Haworth (1767 _ 1833) was an English entomologist and botanist. ... Bunzō Hayata (Japanese: 早田文藏, Hayata Bunzō, 1874-1934) was a Japanese botanist noted for his taxonomic work in Japan and Formosa (Taiwan). ... An 1859 portrait of Alexander von Humboldt by the artist Julius Schrader, showing Mount Chimborazo in the background. ... Aimé Jacques Alexandre Bonpland (August 22, 1773 - May 4, 1858) was a French explorer and botanist. ... Carl Sigismund Kunth (June 18, 1788—March 22, 1850; also Karl Sigismund Kunth or anglicized as Charles Sigismund Kunth) was a German botanist. ... Hieronymus Bock as depicted in a Herbal Hieronymus Bock or Jérôme Bock (1498 - Feb. ... Henry Deane was an Australian engineer, responsible for electrifying the Sydney tramway system, and for building the Newnes Railway, and the Trans-Australian Railway Category: ... Johann Hedwig, 1793 Johann Hedwig (Dec. ... Lorenz Heister (Latin: Laurentius Heister) (September 19, 1683 - April 18, 1758) was a German anatomist, surgeon and botanist who was a native of Frankfurt am Main. ... William Botting Hemsley (1843 - 1924) was a botanist. ... Louis Henry (1911-1991) was a French historian. ... John Stevens Henslow (February 6, 1796 - May 16, 1861) was an English botanist and geologist. ... There have been several notable people named William Herbert, including: William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1506-1570) William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke (1580-1630) William Herbert, 1st Baron Powis (c. ... Dr Hans M. Heybroek is a Dutch botanist best known for his researches into the genus Ulmus. ... Henry George Smith (26 July 1852 – 19 September 1924) was an Australian chemist, his pioneering work upon the chemistry of the essential oils of the Australian flora achieved a world-wide reputation. ... For other persons named John Hill, see John Hill (disambiguation). ... Albert Spear Hitchcock (September 4, 1865 — December 16, 1935) was an important American botanist and agrostologist. ... Hermann Jaeger (b. ... Gustav Karl Wilhelm Hermann Karsten (1817 – 1908) was a German botanist and geologist. ... Hugh Low (May 10, 1824 - April 18, 1905) was a British colonial administrator and naturalist. ... Heinrich Ludolph (Ludwig) Wendland (29 April 1791–15 July 1869) was a botanist who authored a number of Acacia species. ... Roger James Hnatiuk (born 1946)[1] is a Canadian-Australian botanist specialising in biogeography and plant ecology. ... Johann Centurius Hoffmann Graf von Hoffmannsegg (August 23, 1766 - December 13, 1849) was a German botanist, entomologist and ornithologist. ... Thomas Jefferson Hogg (1792 - 1862) was a British biographer. ... Sir William Jackson Hooker (July 6, 1785 - August 12, 1865) was an English botanist. ... Joseph Dalton Hooker Joseph Dalton Hooker Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, GCSI, OM, FRS, MD (June 30, 1817 – December 10, 1911) was an English botanist and traveller. ... Stephen Donald Hopper (born 1951) is a Western Australian botanist, specialising in conservation biology and vascular plants. ... Jens Wilken Hornemann (1770-1841) was a Danish botanist. ... Houttuynia cordata Maarten Houttuyn (1720–1798), Latinised as Martinus Houttuyn, was a Dutch naturalist. ... Joseph Marie Henry Alfred Perrier de la Bâthie (1873–1958) was a French botanist who specialized in the plants of Madagascar. ... Harold Ernest Robinson (born 1932, Syracuse, New York) is an eminent botanist and an entomologist. ... Helen Katherine Myers Sharsmith (August 26, 1905 – November 10, 1982) was an American biologist. ... Sir Harold Bernard St. ... William Hudson (1730-1793) was a British botanist and apothecary based in London. ... Karl (Carl) Alexander Anselm Freiherr[1] von Hügel (Baron Charles von Hügel; April 23, 1795 – June 2, 1870) was an Austrian army officer, diplomat, botanist and explorer, now primarily remembered for his travels in northern India during the 1830s. ... An 1859 portrait of Alexander von Humboldt by the artist Julius Schrader, showing Mount Chimborazo in the background. ... Hermann Wendland (1825 in Herrenhausen - 1903) was a German botanist and gardener. ...

I

  • Imbach - Emil J. Imbach (1897–1970)
  • I.M.Johnst. - Ivan Murray Johnston (1898–1960)
  • Irwin - James Bruce Irwin (born 1921)
  • Isaac - Frances Margaret Leighton (later Isaac) (born 1909)
  • Ives - Joseph Christmas Ives (1828–1868)

I. M. (Ivan Murray) Johnston (1898-1960), US botanist, studied in the Pomona College in Claremont, California and in Harvard University. ...

J

  • Jacq. - Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727–1817)
  • Jacques - Henri Antoine Jacques (1782–1866)
  • J.Agardh - Jacob Georg Agardh (1813–1901)
  • Janch. - Erwin Emil Alfred Janchen (1882–1970)
  • Janse - Johannes Albertus Janse (1911–1977)
  • J.Bauhin - Johann Bauhin (1541–1613)
  • J.B.Nelson - John B. Nelson (born 1951)
  • J.Carey - John Carey (1797–1880)
  • J.C.Gomes - José Corrêa Gomes, Jr. (1919–1965)
  • J.C.Siqueira - Josafá Carlos de Siqueira (born 1953)
  • J.C.Wendl. - Johann Christoph Wendland (1755–1828)
  • J.D.Sauer - Jonathan Deininger Sauer (born 1918)
  • J.D.Ray - James Davis Ray, Jr. (born 1918)
  • J.Drumm. - James Drummond (1784–1863)
  • Jefferies - R.L.Jefferies (fl. 1987)
  • J.E.Lange - Jakob Emanuel Lange
  • J.Ellis - John Ellis (1710–1776)
  • Jeps. - Willis Linn Jepson (1867–1946)
  • Jess. - Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Jessen (1821–1889)
  • J.-F.Leroy - Jean-François Leroy (1915–1999)
  • J.F.Macbr. - James Francis Macbride (1892–1976)
  • J.Gay - Jacques Étienne Gay (1786–1864)
  • J.Gerard - John Gerard (1545–1612)
  • J.G.Sm. - Jared Gage Smith (1866–1925)
  • J.J.Sm. - Johannes Jacobus Smith
  • J.L.Gentry - Johnnie Lee Gentry (born 1939)
  • J.Martyn - John Martyn (botanist)
  • J.M.Coult. - John Merle Coulter (1851–1928)
  • J.F.Gmel. - Johann Friedrich Gmelin (1748–1804)
  • J.G.Gmel. - Johann Georg Gmelin (1709–1755)
  • J.MacGill. - John MacGillivray
  • J.M.Black - John McConnell Black (1855–1951)
  • J.M.MacDougal - John M. MacDougal
  • J.M.Webber - John Milton Webber (born 1897, date of death unknown)
  • Jongkind - Carel Christiaan Hugo Jongkind (born 1954)
  • Jord. - Claude Thomas Alexis Jordan (1814–1897)
  • J.Presl - Jan Svatopluk Presl (1791–1849)
  • J.R.Forst. - Johann Reinhold Forster
  • J.St.Hil. - Jean Henri Jaume Saint-Hilaire (1772–1845)
  • Juss. - Antoine Laurent de Jussieu (1748–1836)
  • J.W.Mast. - John William Masters (1792–1873)
  • J.W.Robbins - James Watson Robbins (1801–1879)

Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin (February 16, 1727 - October 26, 1817) was an Austrian scientist who studied medicine, chemistry and botany. ... Jacob Georg Agardh (1813 - 1901) was a Swedish botanist. ... Jean Bauhin. ... John Carey is Merton Professor of English at Oxford University, a distinguished critic, reviewer and broadcaster, and the author of several books, including studies of Donne, Dickens and Thackeray, Pure Pleasure: A Guide to the Twentieth Centurys Most Enjoyable Books, was described, by James Wood in the London Review... James Drummond with one of his grandchildren. ... Jakob Emanuel Lange, born 1864 died 1941, was a Danish mycologist who studied the systematics of gilled mushrooms. ... John Ellis FRS (c1710 - October 15, 1776) was an British linen merchant and naturalist. ... Please wikify (format) this article as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ... John Gerard John Gerard (1545 in Nantwich – 1611/12 in London) was an English botanist famous for his herbal garden. ... Johannes Jacobus Smith (Antwerp 1867 - Oegstgeest 1947) (sometimes written as Joannes Jacobus Smith) was a Dutch botanist who, between years 1905 to 1924, crossed the islands of the Dutch East Indies (mainly Java), collecting specimens of plants and describing and cataloguing the flora of these islands. ... John Martyn (September 12, 1699 - January 29, 1768) was an English botanist. ... John Merle Coulter, Ph. ... Johann Friedrich Gmelin (August 8, 1748 - November 1, 1804) was a German naturalist and botanist. ... Johann Georg Gmelin (August 8, 1709 - May 20, 1755) was a German naturalist, botanist and geographer. ... John MacGillivray (December 18, 1821 – June 6, 1867) was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, the son of ornithologist William MacGillivray. ... John McConnell Black (28 April 1855 - 2 December 1951) was a Scottish botanist who emigrated to Australia in 1877 and eventually documented and illustrated thousands of flora in South Australia in the early 20th century. ... John Mochrie MacDougal (born 1954) is a taxonomist, noted for his work on the taxonomy of passion flowers, having discovered several varieties. ... Jan Svatopluk Presl (1791-1849) was a Bohemian botanist. ... Johann Reinhold Forster Johann Reinhold Forster and Georg Forster in Tahiti, by John Francis Rigaud (1742-1810), 1780. ... Jean Henri Jaume Saint-Hilaire was a French naturalist and artist, born October 29, 1772 in Grasse, France. ... Portrait of Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu Antoine Laurent de Jussieu (April 12, 1748 - September 17, 1836) was a French botanist. ...

K

  • Kalkman - Cornelis Kalkman (1928–1998)
  • Kalm - Pehr Kalm (1716–1779)
  • Kartesz - John T. Kartesz (fl. 1990)
  • Kato - Masahiro Kato (born 1946)
  • Kearney - Thomas Henry Kearney (1874–1956)
  • Keck - David D. Keck
  • Keener - Carl Samuel Keener (born 1931)
  • Keller - Robert Keller (1854–1939)
  • Ker. - John Bellenden Ker Gawler
  • Ker Gawl. - John Bellenden Ker Gawler (1764–1842)
  • Kerguélen - Michel François-Jacques Kerguélen (born 1928)
  • K.Hoffm. - Käthe Hoffmann (1883–1931)
  • Killip - Ellsworth Paine Killip
  • King - George King (botanist)
  • Kingdon-Ward - Frank Kingdon-Ward
  • Kirchn. - Emil Otto Oskar von Kirchner (1851–1925)
  • Kirk - Thomas Kirk (botanist)
  • Kit. - Paul (or Pál) Kitaibel (1757–1817)
  • Kjellman - Frans Reinhold Kjellman (1846–1907)
  • K.Koch - Karl Heinrich Emil Koch (botanist) (1809–1879)
  • K.Krause - Kurt Krause (1883–1963)
  • K.Larsen - Kai Larsen
  • Klatt - Friedrich Wilhelm Klatt (1825–1897)
  • Klotzsch - Johann Friedrich Klotzsch
  • K.M.Pryer - Kathleen M. Pryer (fl. 1989)
  • K.Müll.bis - Kai Müller (born 1975)
  • Koch - Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (1759–1831)
  • Koehne - Bernhard Adalbert Emil Koehne (1848–1918)
  • Koeler - Georg Ludwig Koeler (1765–1807)
  • Koenig - Johann Gerhard Koenig
  • Koidz. - Gen'ichi Koidzumi (1883–1953)
  • Kom. - Vladimir Leontjevich Komarov (1869–1945)
  • Koopmann - Karl Koopmann (fl. 1879-1900)
  • Korth. - Pieter Willem Korthals
  • Kosterm. - André Joseph Guillaume Henri Kostermans
  • Kotschy - Carl Georg Theodor Kotschy (1813–1866)
  • K.Q.Huang - K.Q.Huang (fl. 1987)
  • Krajina - Vladimir Joseph Krajina (born 1905)
  • Kral - Robert Kral (botanist) (born 1926)
  • Krause - Johann Wilhelm Krause (1764–1842)
  • Krock. - Anton Johann Krocker (1744–1823)
  • Krombh. - Julius Vincenz von Krombholz
  • Krüssm. - Johann Gerd Krüssmann (1910–1980)
  • K.Schum. - Karl Moritz Schumann
  • Kubitzki - Klaus Kubitzki (born 1933)
  • Kudô - Yûshun Kudô (1887–1932)
  • Kuhlm. - João Geraldo Kuhlmann (1882–1958)
  • Kuhn - Friedrich Adalbert Maximilian Kuhn (1842–1894)
  • Kuk. - Georg Kükenthal (1864–1955)
  • Kunth - Carl Sigismund Kunth (1788–1850)
  • Kuntze - Carl Ernst Otto Kuntze (1843–1907)
  • Kunze - Gustav Kunze (1793–1851)
  • Kuprian. - Ludmila Kuprianova
  • Kurz - Wilhelm Sulpiz Kurz (1834–1878)

Pehr Kalm (March 6, 1716–November 16, 1779) (He is referred to in the Finnish language as Pietari Kalm) was an explorer, a botanist, a naturalist, and an agricultural economist from what is now Finland. ... David Daniel Keck (October 24, 1903 - March 10, 1995) was an American botanist who was notable for his work on angiosperm taxonomy and genetics. ... John Bellenden Ker Gawler was an English botanist born about 1764 in Ramridge, Andover, Hampshire and died in June 1842 in the same town. ... John Bellenden Ker Gawler was an English botanist born about 1764 in Ramridge, Andover, Hampshire and died in June 1842 in the same town. ... Käthe Hoffmann was a German botanist who discovered and catalogued many plant species in New Guinea and South East Asia including Annesijoa novoguineensis. ... Sir George King (1840-1904), was a British botanist appointed superintendent of the Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta in 1871, and the first Director of the Botanical Survey of India from 1890. ... Frank Kingdon-Ward Frank Kingdon-Ward, explorer, plant collector,author. ... Frans Reinhold Kjellman was a professor of botany at the University of Uppsala in Sweden who specialized in marine phycology. ... Professor of botany (Emeritus from 1. ... Friedrich Wilhelm Klatt 13 February 1825 Hamburg - 3 March 1897 Hamburg, was a German botanist who specialised in the study of African plants. ... Johann Friedrich Klotzsch (1805 – 1860) was a German pharmacist and botanist. ... Johann Gerhard König (1728-1785) was a botanist and physician born in 1728 in Ungerhof, in Polish Livland. ... For other persons of the same name, see Komarov. ... Pieter Willem Korthals (Sept 1 1807, Amsterdam – March 1892, Haarlem) was a Dutch botanist. ... Dr. André Joseph Guillaume Henri Kostermans (1907—10 July 1994) was a botanist. ... Julius Vincenz von Krombholz (1782–1843) was a German physician and mycologist. ... Karl Moritz Schumann (1851–1904) was a German botanist. ... João Geraldo Kuhlmann (1882 Blumenau [1], Santa Catarina -1958 Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian botanist. ... Carl Sigismund Kunth (1788-1850) was a German botanist. ... Otto Carl Ernst Kuntze (* June 23, 1843 in Leipzig; † 1907 in San Remo) was a German botanist. ... Gustav Kunze (4 October 1793, Leipzig -30 April 1851, Leipzig was a German professor of zoology and an entomologist. ... Ludmila Andreyevna Kuprianova (1914-1987) (Russian: ) was a Soviet palynologist, Chairman of the Palynological Section of the All-Union Botanical Society (USSR). ...

L

  • L. - Carolus Linnaeus
  • Labill. - Jacques Labillardière
  • Laest. - Lars Levi Laestadius
  • Lag. - Mariano Lagasca y Segura (1776–1839)
  • Lakela - Olga Korhoven Lakela (1890–1980)
  • Lam. - Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744–1829)
  • Lamb. - Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761–1842)
  • Landolt - Elias Landolt (born 1926)
  • Lange - Johan Martin Christian Lange (1818–1898)
  • Latourr. - Marc Antoine Louis Claret de Latourrette (1729–1823)
  • Lavallée - Pierre Alphonse Martin Lavallée (1836–1884)
  • Lavrent. - Georgios Lavrentiades (born 1920)
  • Laxm. - Erich G. Laxmann (1737–1796)
  • L.B.Sm. - Lyman Bradford Smith
  • L.C.R.Smyth - L.C.R.Smyth (fl. 1913)
  • L.C.Wheeler - Louis Cutter Wheeler (1910–1980)
  • L.D.Pryor - Lindsay Pryor
  • Leandri - Jacques Désiré Leandri (1903–1982)
  • Leavenw. - Melines Conklin Leavenworth (1796–1832)
  • Lecomte - Paul Henri Lecomte (1856–1934)
  • Leconte - John (Eatton) Leconte (1784–1860)
  • Ledeb. - Carl Friedrich von Ledebour (1785–1851)
  • Lehm. - Johann Georg Christian Lehmann (1792–1860)
  • Lej. - Alexandre Louis Simon Lejeune (1779–1858)
  • Lellinger - David Bruce Lellinger (born 1937)
  • Lelong - Michel G. Lelong (born 1932)
  • Lem. - Charles Antoine Lemaire (1800–1871)
  • Le Maout - Jean Emmanuel Maurice Le Maout (1799–1877)
  • Lemoine - (Pierre Louis) Victor Lemoine (1823–1911)
  • León - Frère León (Joseph Sylvestre Sauget) (1871–1955)
  • Leroy - Andre Leroy (1801–1875)
  • Les - Donald H. Les (born 1954)
  • Lesch. - Jean Baptiste Leschenault de la Tour (1773–1826)
  • Less. - Christian Friedrich Lessing (1809–1862)
  • Levyns - Margaret Rutherford Bryan Levyns (1890–1975)
  • Lewis - Meriwether Lewis (1774–1809)
  • Leyss. - Friedrich Wilhelm von Leysser (1731–1815)
  • L.f. - Carolus Linnaeus the Younger
  • L.Fuchs - Leonhart Fuchs
  • L.H.Bailey - Liberty Hyde Bailey (1858–1954)
  • L'Her. - Charles Louis L'Heriter de Brutelle (1746–1800)
  • L.H.Zhuo - L.H.Zhuo (fl. 1991)
  • Li - ? Li (fl. 1955)
  • Liais - Emmanuel Liais (1826–1900)
  • Liebl. - Franz Kaspar (or Caspar) Lieblein (1744–1810)
  • Liebm. - Frederik Michael Liebmann (1813–1856)
  • Lightf. - John Lightfoot FRS (1735–1788)
  • Lindau - Gustav Lindau (1866–1923)
  • Lindl. - John Lindley (1799–1865)
  • Lindm. - Carl Axel Magnus Lindman (1856–1928)
  • Lindq. - Sven Bertil Gunvald Lindquist (1904-1963)
  • Link - Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link (1767–1851)
  • Litv. - Dmitrij Ivanovitsch Litvinov (1854–1929)
  • L.K.Fu - Li-kuo Fu (born 1934)
  • L.M.Perry - Lily May Perry (1895–1992)
  • Lodd. - Joachim Conrad Loddiges (1738–1826)
  • Lodd. - George Loddiges
  • Loefl. - Pehr Loefling (1729–1756)
  • Loes. - Ludwig Eduard Theodor Loesener
  • Loisel. - Jean Louis August Loiseleur-Deslongchamps
  • Lönnrot - Elias Lönnrot
  • Lotsy - Johannes Paulus Lotsy (1867–1931)
  • Lott - Henry J. Lott (fl. 1938)
  • Loudon - John Claudius Loudon (1783–1843)
  • Lounsb. - Alice Lounsberry
  • Lour. - João de Loureiro (1717–1791)
  • L.R.Landrum - Leslie R. Landrum
  • L.R.Phillippe - Loy R. Phillippe (fl. 1989)
  • L.Späth - Louis Späth (fl. 1880–1930)
  • Luer - Carlyle A. Luer (born 1922)
  • Lundell - Cyrus Longworth Lundell
  • Lunell - Joël Lunell (1851–1920)
  • Lye - Kaare Arnstein Lye (born 1940)
  • Lyons - Israel Lyons (1739–1775)

Carl Linnaeus, Latinized as Carolus Linnaeus, also known after his ennoblement as  , (May 13, 1707[1] – January 10, 1778), was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist[2] who laid the foundations for the modern scheme of nomenclature. ... Jacques Labillardière Jacques-Julien Houtou de Labillardière (1755–1834) was a French botanist noted for his descriptions of the flora of Australia. ... Lars Levi Laestadius (1800-1861) Lars Levi Læstadius (October 1, 1800 - February 21, 1861) was a Swedish Lutheran pastor of Sami ancestry. ... Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Lamarck Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck (August 1, 1744 – December 18, 1829) was a French soldier, naturalist, academic and an early proponent of the idea that evolution occurred and proceeded in accordance with natural laws. ... Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761-1842) was a British botanist, one of the first fellows of the Linnaean Society. ... Johan Martin Christian Lange (1818 – 1898) was a Danish botanist. ... Lyman Bradford Smith (born 11 September 1904 in Winchester, Massachusetts, died 4 May 1997 in Manhattan, Kansas) was an American Botanist. ... Lindsay Dixon Pryor (26 October 1915 - 17 August 1998) was an Australian botanist noted for his work on Eucalyptus taxonomy and his role in the landcape design of Canberra, including the foundation of the Australian National Botanic Gardens. ... Paul Henri Lecomte. ... Carl Friedrich von Ledebour (1786-1851; also Karl Friedrich von Ledebour) was a German-Estonian botanist. ... Johann Georg Christian Lehmann (1792 – 1860) was a botanist from Hamburg, Germany. ... Jean Baptiste Louis Claude Theodore Leschenault de la Tour (November 13, 1773 - March 14, 1826) was a French botanist and ornithologist. ... Margaret Rutherford Bryan Levyns née Michell 24 October 1890 Cape Town - 11 November 1975 Cape Town, was an eminent South African phytogeographer, botanist and taxonomist. ... Meriwether Lewis (August 18, 1774 – October 11, 1809) was an American explorer, soldier, and public administrator, best known for his role as the leader of the Corps of Discovery, whose mission was to explore the territory of the Louisiana Purchase. ... Portrait by Jonas Forslund Carl von Linné or Carolus Linnaeus the Younger (20 January 1741 – 1 November 1783) was a Swedish naturalist. ... Leonhart Fuchs (17 January 1501 – 10 May 1566) was a medic and a botanist. ... Liberty Hyde Bailey. ... Emmanuel Liais (1826–1900) was a French astronomer, botanist and explorer who spent many years in Brazil. ... Franz Kaspar (or Caspar) Lieblein (1744 - 1810) was a German botanist, born at Karlstadt am Main on 15th September 1744. ... Frederik Michael Liebmann (1813 - 1856) was a Danish botanist. ... The Reverend John Lightfoot (1735-1788) was an English conchologist and botanist. ... Gustav Lindau (1866 - 1923) was a German botanist and mycologist. ... John Lindley (February 8, 1799 - November 1, 1865) was an English botanist. ... Nymphaea candida C.Presl. ... Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link (February 2, 1767 - January 1, 1850) was a German naturalist and botanist. ... Dmitry Ivanovich Litvinov. ... Professor Li-kuo Fu (born 1934) worked for the Institute of Botany at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing. ... Bamboo foliage with black stems (probably Phyllostachys nigra; a bamboo introduced into western cultivation by Loddiges Nursery) The Loddiges family (not uncommonly mis-spelt Loddige) managed one of the most notable of the eighteenth and nineteenth century plant nurseries that traded in and introduced exotic plants, trees, shrubs, ferns, palms... Pehr Löfling (January 31, 1729 - February 22, 1756) was a Swedish botanist. ... Elias Lönnrot ( ) (April 9, 1802 – March 19, 1884) was a Finnish philologist and collector of traditional Finnish oral poetry. ... John Claudius Loudon (April 8, 1783 - 1843) was a Scottish botanist, garden and cemetery designer, and garden magazine editor. ... Alice Lounsberry and Ellis Rowan explore Caesars Head, South Carolina. ... João de Loureiro (1717-1791) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary, paleontologist, physician and botanist. ... Leslie Roger Landrum is an American botanist, currently serving as Senior Research Scientist at Arizona State University School of Life Sciences, and curator of the ASU Vascular Plant Herbarium. ... Cyrus Longworth Lundell was an American Botanist. ...

M

  • Ma - Yu Chuan Ma (born 1916)
  • Maas - Paulus Johannes Maria Maas (born 1939)
  • Macf. - John Muirhead Macfarlane
  • Mack. - Kenneth Kent Mackenzie (1877–1934)
  • MacMill - Conway MacMillan (1867–1929)
  • Macoun - John Macoun
  • M.A.Curtis - Moses Ashley Curtis (1808–1872)
  • Magnol - Pierre Magnol
  • Magnus - Paul Wilhelm Magnus (1844–1914)
  • Maiden - Joseph Maiden
  • Makino - Tomitaro Makino (1862–1957)
  • M.Allemão - Manoel Allemão (died 1863)
  • Malme - Gustaf Oskar Andersson Malme
  • Marchal - Élie Marchal
  • Marcks - Brian Marcks (fl. 1974)
  • Marloth - Hermann Wilhelm Rudolf Marloth
  • Marshall - Humphry Marshall (1722–1801)
  • Mart. - Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius
  • Martius - Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794–1868)
  • Masam. - Genkei Masamune
  • Masson - Francis Masson
  • Mast. - Maxwell T. Masters (1833–1907)
  • Mathias - Mildred Esther Mathias (1906–1995)
  • Mathieu - Charles Marie Joseph Mathieu (1791–1873)
  • Matsum. - Jinzô Matsumura (1856–1928)
  • Matt. - Heinrich Gottfried von Mattuschka (1734–1779)
  • Mattfl. - Johannes Mattfeld (1895–1951)
  • Mattox - Karl R. Mattox (born 1936)
  • Maxim. - Carl Maximowicz (1827–1891)
  • Maxon - William Ralph Maxon (1877–1948)
  • Maxwell - T.C.Maxwell (1822–1908)
  • M.Bieb. - Friedrich August Marschall von Bieberstein (1768–1826)
  • McCoy - Frederick McCoy (1817–1899)
  • McGill. - Donald McGillivray
  • McGregor - Ronald Leighton McGregor (born 1919)
  • M.C.Johnston - Marshall Corning Johnston (born 1930)
  • McKinney - Harold Hall McKinney
  • McVaugh - Rogers McVaugh (born 1909)
  • Medik. - Friedrich Kasimir Medikus (1736–1808)
  • Meerb. - Nicolaas Meerburgh (1734–1814)
  • Meijer - Willem Meijer (1923-2003)
  • Meikle - Robert Desmond Meikle
  • Meisn. - Carl Daniel Friedrich Meissner (1800–1874)
  • M.E.Jones - Marcus Eugene Jones (1852–1934)
  • Melch. - Hans Melchior (1894–1984)
  • Melville - Ronald Melville (1903–1985)
  • Melvin - Norman C. Melvin, III (fl. 1975)
  • Mendel - Gregor Mendel
  • Menezes - Carlos Azevedo de Menezes (1863–1928)
  • Menzies - Archibald Menzies
  • Mérat. - François Victor Mérat de Vaumartoise (1780–1851)
  • Mereschk. - Konstantin Merezhkovsky
  • Merr. - Elmer Drew Merrill (1876–1956)
  • Mert. - Franz Carl Martens (1764–1831)
  • Mett. - Georg Heinrich Mettenius (1823–1866)
  • Meyen - Franz Julius Ferdinand Meyen (1804–1840)
  • Mez - Carl Christian Mez
  • M.F.Fay - Michael Francis Fay (born 1960)
  • M.Gómez - Manuel Gómez de la Maya y Jiménez (1867–1916)
  • M.Hopkins - Milton Hopkins (born 1906)
  • Micheli - Marc Micheli (1844–1902)
  • Michx. - André Michaux (1746–1803)
  • Miers - John Miers
  • Milde - Carl August Julius Milde (1824–1871)
  • Mill. - Philip Miller (1691–1771)
  • Millais - John Guille Millais (1865–1931)
  • Millsp. - Charles Frederick Millspaugh (1854–1923)
  • Milne-Redh. - Edgar Wolston Bertram Handsley Milne-Redhead (1906–1996)
  • Miq. - Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel (1811–1871)
  • Mirb. - Charles-François Brisseau de Mirbel (1776–1854)
  • Mitch. - John Mitchell (1711–1768)
  • M.Martens Martin Martens (1797–1863)
  • Moc. - José Mariano Mociño (1757–1820)
  • Moench - Conrad Moench (1744–1805)
  • Moestrup - Øjvind Moestrup (born 1941)
  • Mohl - Hugo von Mohl (1805–1872)
  • Mohlenbr. - Robert H. Mohlenbrock (born 1931)
  • Möhring - Paul Heinrich Gerhard Möhring (1710–1792)
  • Moldenke - Harold Norman Moldenke (born 1909)
  • Molina - Juan Ignacio Molina (1737–1829)
  • Monnard - Jean Pierre Monnard (born 1791, date of death unknown)
  • Moore - David Moore (1808–1879)
  • Moq. - Christian Horace Bénédict Alfred Moquin-Tandon (1804–1863)
  • Moretti - Giuseppi L. Moretti (1782–1853)
  • Moris – Giuseppe Giacinto Moris (1796–1869)
  • Morison - Robert Morison (1620–1683)
  • Morong - Thomas Morong (1827–1894)
  • Moss - Charles Edward Moss (1872–1930)
  • Mottet - Seraphin Joseph Mottet (1861–1930)
  • M.Roem. - Max Joseph Roemer (1791–1849)
  • M.S.Baker - Milo Samuel Baker (1868–1961)
  • M.T.Strong - Mark Tuthill Strong (born 1954)
  • Muhl. - Gotthilf Heinrich Ernst Muhlenberg (1753–1815)
  • Müll.Arg. - Johannes Müller Argoviensis (1828–1896)
  • Münchh. - Otto von Münchhausen (1716–1774)
  • Munz - Philip Alexander Munz (1892–1974)
  • Murb. - Svante Samuel Murbeck (1859–1946)
  • Murray - Johan Andreas Murray (1740–1791)
  • Mutis - José Celestino Bruno Mutis (1732–1808)
  • M.W.Chase - Mark Wayne Chase (born 1951)

Paulus Johannes Maria Maas is a botanist from the Netherlands and a specialist in the flora of the neotropics. ... John Muirhead Macfarlane (1855–1943) was a Scottish botanist. ... John Macoun John Macoun (17 April 1831 – 18 June 1920) was an Irish-born Canadian naturalist. ... Pierre Magnol (1638 - 1715) was a doctor and botanist who was one of the innovators of the current botanical scheme of classification. ... Joseph Henry Maiden (25 April 1859–16 November 1925) was a botanist who made a major contribution to knowledge of the Australian flora, especially the Eucalyptus genus. ... Statue of Tomitaro Makino Tomitaro Makino (Japanese: 牧野富太郎, Makino Tomitarō, April 24, 1862 - January 18, 1957) was a pioneer Japanese botanist noted for his taxonomic work. ... Rudolf Marloth Hermann Wilhelm Rudolf Marloth December 28, 1855 Lübben, Germany - May 15, 1931 Caledon, Cape Province was a German-born South African botanist, pharmacist and analytical chemist, best known for his Flora of South Africa which appeared in six superbly illustrated volumes between 1913 and 1932. ... Humphry Marshall ( October 10, 1722 - November 5, 1801 ) was an American botanist and plant dealer. ... Carl F.P. von Martius Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (April 17, 1794–December 13, 1868) was a German botanist and explorer. ... Carl F.P. von Martius Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (April 17, 1794–December 13, 1868) was a German botanist and explorer. ... Genkei Masamune (1899-1993) was a Japanese botanist, who worked in Formosa and then, after World War II, Taiwan. ... Francis Masson (1741 – 1805?) was a Scottish botanist and gardener, and Kew Gardens’ first plant hunter. ... Maxwell T. Masters was a 19th century botanist and taxonomist. ... Ninzo Matsumura 1856-1928) was a Japanese botanist, born in Ibaraki-Ken, of a samurai family. ... Heinrich Gottfried von Mattuschka (1734 - 1779) was a German botanist, born at Jauer (now Jawor, Poland), on 22 February 1734. ... Carl Johann Maximowicz (1827 Tula - 1891 St Petersburg) was a Russian botanist. ... Sir Frederick McCoy (1823 - May 16, 1899), British palaeontologist, the son of Dr Simon McCoy, was born in Dublin, and was educated in that city for the medical profession. ... Donald John McGillivray (born in 1935 in New South Wales, Australia, and usually known as D.J. McGillivray) is an Australian botanical taxonomist. ... Willem Wim Meijer (1923 – October 22, 2003) was a Dutch botanist and plant collector. ... Robert Desmond Meikle (born 1923) is a British botanist from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ... Carl Daniel Friedrich Meissner (1 November 1800–2 May 1874) was a Swiss botanist. ... Hans Melchior ( 5 August 1894 – Berlin 12 March 1984) was a German botanist. ... Ronald Melville (1903-1985) was an English botanist, based at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. ... “Mendel” redirects here. ... Archibald Menzies (March 15, 1754 - February 15, 1852) was a Scottish physician and naturalist. ... Konstantin Sergivich Merezhkovsky (1855-1921) (also transliterated Konstantin Sergeevich Merezhkovsky, Constantin Sergeevič Mérejkovski, Constantin Sergejewicz Mereschcowsky, Konstantin Sergejewicz Mereschkovsky and Konstantin Sergejewicz Mereschkowsky) was a prominent Russian biologist and botanist active mainly around Kazan, whose research on lichens led him to propose the theory of symbiogenesis - that larger, more... Elmer Drew Merrill (October 15, 1876 – February 25, 1956) was an American botanist. ... Carl Christian Mez (born 26 March 1866 in Freiburg im Breisgau; died 8 January 1944 in Freiburg im Breisgau) was a German botanist and university professor. ... André Michaux (8 March 1746 – probably 11 October 1803) was a French botanist and explorer. ... Philip Miller (1691 - December 18, 1771) was a botanist of Scottish descent. ... Charles Frederick Millspaugh (1854-1923) was an American botanist, born at Ithaca, N. Y., and educated at Cornell and the New York Homeopathic Medical College. ... Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel (24 October 1811 – 23 January 1871) was a Dutch botanist. ... Potrait of Charles-François Brisseau de Mirbel Charles-François Brisseau de Mirbel (27 March 1776 – 12 September 1854) was a French botanist and politician. ... John Mitchell (1711-1768) was a colonial American cartographer and botanist. ... José Mariano Mociño Suárez Lozada (1757–1820) was a biologist of New Spain in Middle America. ... Conrad Moench (1744-1805) was a German botanist, Professor of Botany at the Marburg University from 1786 until his death. ... Øjvind Moestrup (1941) is a Danish aquatic botanist, working particularly with the classification of algae. ... Hugo von Mohl (April 8, 1805 - 1872), German botanist, was born at Stuttgart. ... Paul Heinrich Gerhard Möhring ( July 21, 1710 - October 28, 1792) was a German physician, botanist and zoologist. ... Father Juan Ignacio Molina (June 24, 1740 - September 12, 1829) was a Chilean priest and naturalist. ... Christian Horace Benedict Alfred Moquin-Tandon (May 7, 1804 - April 15, 1863) was a French naturalist and doctor. ... Robert Morison (1620 - 1683) was a Scottish botanist. ... Gotthilf Heinrich Ernst Muhlenberg (1753-1815) was an American clergyman and botanist, son of Heinrich Melchior Muhlenberg, born at Trappe, Pa. ... Johannes Müller Argoviensis was the name used by the Swiss botanist Johann Müller (b. ... Otto von Münchhausen (1716-1774) was a German botanist. ...

N

Karl Wilhelm von Nägeli (March 27, 1817 - May 11, 1891) was a Swiss botanist. ... Takenoshin Nakai (1882-1952) was a Japanese botanist. ... George Valentine Nash (1864-1921) was an American botanist. ... Nicholas Edward Brown (July 11, 1849 Redhill, Surrey - November 25, 1934 Kew Gardens, London) was an English plant taxonomist and authority on succulents, Asclepiadaceae, Mesembryanthemaceae, Labiatae and Cape plants. ... Luis Née (fl. ... Christian Gottfried Daniel Nees von Esenbeck in 1855 Christian Gottfried Daniel Nees von Esenbeck (February 14, 1776 - March 16, German botanist, physician, zoologist, and natural philosopher. ... Edward Newman (May 13, 1801 - June 12, 1876) was an English entomologist, botanist and writer. ... Franz Josef Niedenzu (November 29, 1857 - September 30, 1937) was a German botanist. ... Nobuyuki Tanaka is an economic botanist at the Tokyo Metropolitan University and at the Makino Botanical Garden in Kochi prefecture, Japan. ... Frederick Polydore Nodder (fl. ... Alexander von Nordmann (1803 - 1866) was a Finnish zoologist. ... Francisco Noronha (also spelled Francisco Noroña) (1748-1787) was a botanist. ... Nancy Tyson Burbidge (August 5, 1912–March 4, 1977) was an Australian systemic botanist, conservationist and herbarium curator. ... Thomas Nuttall (January 5, 1786 - September 10, 1859) was an English botanist and zoologist, who lived and worked in America from 1808 until 1842. ...

O

  • Oakes - William Oakes (1799–1848)
  • O.Berg - Otto Karl Berg (1815–1866)
  • O.Deg. - Otto Degener (1899–1988)
  • Oeder - George Christian Edler von Oldenburg (1728–1791)
  • Oerst. - Anders Sandoe Oersted
  • O.E.Schulz - Otto Eugen Schulz (1874–1936)
  • O.F.Cook - Orator F. Cook
  • O.F.Müll. - Otto Friedrich Müller (1730–1784)
  • Ohwi - Jisaburo Ohwi (1905–1977)
  • Oliv. - Daniel Oliver
  • Olney - Stephen Thayer Olney (1812–1878)
  • Opiz - Philipp Maximilian Opiz (1787–1858)
  • Ortega - Casimiro Gómez Ortega (1740–1818)
  • Ostenf. - Carl Hansen Ostenfeld (1873-1931)
  • Otth - Carl Adolph Otth (1803–1839)
  • Otto - Christoph Friedrich Otto (1783–1856)
  • Oudejans - Robertus Cornelis Hilarius Maria Oudejans

Otto Degener (13 May 1899 in East Orange, New Jersey - 16 January 1988 in Honolulu, Hawaii) was a botanist and conservationist, and is recognized as the authority of the flora of the Hawaiian Islands. ... Anders Sandoe Oersted, also as Anders Sandø Ørsted, Anders Sandö Örsted (21 June 1816 - 3 September 1872) was a Danish botanist, nephew of the politician Anders Sandøe Ørsted. ... Otto Eugen Schulz (31st October, 1874 - 17th February 1936) was a German botanist. ... Orator Fuller Cook (1867 - 1949) was an American botanist. ... Otto Friedrich Müller Otto Friedrich Müller (March 11, 1730 - December 26, 1784) was a Danish naturalist. ... Daniel Oliver (6 February 1830 - 21 December 1916) was a British botanist. ... Casimiro Gómez Ortega (4 March 1741 Añover de Tajo, Spain, 30 August 1818 Madrid, Spain)[1] was a Spanish physician, and botanist who was the First Professor of the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid. ... Carl Emil Hansen Ostenfeld (August 3, 1873 - January 16, 1931) was a Danish systematic botanist. ...

P

  • Paine - John Alsop Paine (1840–1912)
  • Pall. - Peter Simon von Pallas (1741–1811)
  • Palla - Eduard Palla (1864–1922)
  • Palmer - Edward Palmer (botanist)
  • Pančić - Josif Pancic
  • Panero - José L. Panero (fl. 1990)
  • Panz. - Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer (1755–1829)
  • Papan. - Konstantinos Papanicolaou (born 1947)
  • Parl. - Filippo Parlatore (1816–1877)
  • Parry - Charles Christopher Parry (1823–1890)
  • Pascher - Adolf Pascher
  • Paterson - William Paterson (governor)
  • Patrin - Eugène Louis Melchior Patrin
  • Paulsen - Ove Paulsen (1874-1947)
  • Pav. - José Antonio Pavón Jiménez (1754–1844)
  • Pax - Ferdinand Albin Pax (1858–1942)
  • Paxton - Joseph Paxton (1803–1865)
  • P.B.Adams - P. B. Adams (fl. 1978)
  • P.Browne - Patrick Browne (1720–1790)
  • Peattie - Donald C. Peattie
  • P.E.Berry - Paul Edward Berry (born 1952)
  • P.Beauv. - Ambroise Marie François Joseph Palisot de Beauvois (1752–1820)
  • Peck - Charles Horton Peck (1833–1917)
  • Pedersen - Troels Myndel Pedersen (1916–2000)
  • Pedley - Leslie Pedley (born 1930)
  • Pennell - Francis Whittier Pennell (1886–1952)
  • Pepin - Pierre Denis Pepin (c. 1802 – 1876)
  • Perleb - Karl Julius Perleb
  • Perrine - Henry Perrine
  • Pers. - Christian Hendrik Persoon (1761–1836)
  • Peter - (Gustav) Albert Peter (1853–1937)
  • Petr. - Franz Petrak (1886–1973)
  • Petz. - Carl Edward Adolph Petzold (1815–1891)
  • Peyr. - Johann Joseph Peyritsch (1835–1889)
  • Pfeff. - Wilhelm Pfeffer
  • P.Gaertn. - Philipp Gottfried Gaertner (1754–1825)
  • Phil. - Rodolfo Amando Philippi (1808–1904)
  • P.H.Huang - P.H.Huang (fl. 1991)
  • Philcox - David Philcox (born 1926)
  • P.H.Raven - Peter Hamilton Raven (born 1936)
  • Pickett - Fermen Layton Pickett
  • Pilg. - Robert Knud Friedrich Pilger (1876–1953)
  • Piper - Charles Vancouver Piper (1867–1926)
  • P.J.Bergius - Peter Jonias Bergius (1730–1790)
  • P.J.Müll. - Philipp Jakob Müller (1832–1889)
  • P.Karst - Petter Adolf Karsten (1834–1917)
  • P.K.Endress Peter Karl Endress (born 1942)
  • P.K.Holmgren - Patricia Kern Holmgren (born 1940)
  • P.Kumm. - Paul Kummer
  • Planch. - Jules Émile Planchon (1823–1888)
  • Plum. - Charles Plumier (1646–1704)
  • Pocock. - Mary Agard Pocock (1886–1977)
  • Podp. - Josef Podpera (1878–1954)
  • Poederlé - Eugene Josef Charles Gilain Hubert d'Olmen Poederlé (1742–1813)
  • Poepp. - Eduard Friedrich Poeppig
  • Poggenb. - Justus Ferdinand Poggenburg (1840–1893)
  • Pohl - Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl
  • Poir. - Jean Louis Marie Poiret (1755–1834)
  • Poit. - Pierre Antoine Poiteau
  • Polatschek - Adolf Polatschek (born 1932)
  • Pollard - Charles Louis Pollard (1872–1945)
  • Pollich - Johan Adam Pollich (1740–1780)
  • Pollock - James Barklay Pollock
  • Porter - Thomas Conrad Porter (1822–1901)
  • Prantl - Karl Anton Eugen Prantl (1849–1893)
  • Pringsh. - Nathanael Pringsheim
  • P.R.O.Bally - Peter René Oscar Bally (1895–1980)
  • Profice - Sheila Regina Profice (1948-)
  • Prokh. - Jaroslav Ivanovic (Yaroslav Ivanovich) Prokhanov
  • Prosk. - Johannes Max Proskauer
  • P.Royen - Pieter van Royen (1923–2002)
  • P.S.Ashton -Peter Shaw Ashton 1934-
  • P.Selby - Prideaux John Selby
  • P.S.Green - Peter Shaw Green (1920-)
  • P.S.Wyse Jacks. - Peter Wyse Jackson (born 1955)
  • Purdom - William Purdom (1880–1921)
  • Pursh - Frederick Traugott Pursh (1774–1820)
  • Putz. - Jules Putzeys (1809–1882)
  • P.W.Ball - Peter William Ball (1932-)
  • Pynaert - Edouard-Christophe Pynaert (1835–1900)

Peter Simon Pallas Peter Simon Pallas (September 22, 1741, Berlin — September 8, 1811, Berlin) was a German zoologist and botanist who worked in Russia. ... For the Premier of Prince Edward Island from 1859 to 1863, see Edward Palmer. ... Josif Pančić (Јосиф Панчић) (1814-1888) was a world-renown Serbian botanist. ... Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer was a German botanist and entomologist He was born in 1775 at Etzebwangen in the Palatinate and died 28 June 1829 at Hersbruck near to Nuremburg. ... Filippo Parlatore (8 August 1816-9 September 1877) was a Italian botanist. ... Charles Christopher Parry (28 August 1823 - 20 February 1890) was a British-American botanist and mountaineer. ... Colonel William Paterson (17 August 1755 - 21 June 1810) was a Scottish soldier, explorer, and botanist best known for leading early settlement in Tasmania. ... Ove Vilhelm Paulsen (March 22, 1874 - April 29, 1947) was a Danish botanist. ... José Antonio Pavón Jiménez or José Antonio Pavón (April 22, 1754, Casatejada, Cáceres, Spain—1840) was a Spanish botanist known for researching the floras of Peru and Chile during an expedition under Carlos III from 1777 to 1788. ... Ferdinand Albin Pax (born July 26, 1858 in Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Bohemia (at the time); died March 1, 1942 in WrocÅ‚aw) was a German botanist. ... Sir Joseph Paxton (1803–1865) was an English gardener and architect of The Crystal Palace. ... An editor has expressed a concern that the subject of the article does not satisfy one of the guidelines for inclusion on Wikipedia on one of the following topics: If you are familiar with the subject matter, please expand the article to establish its notability, citing reliable sources. ... Donald Culross Peattie (June 21, 1898 - November 16, 1964) was a U.S. botanist, naturalist and author. ... Ambroise Marie François Joseph Palisot, baron de Beauvois. ... Charles Horton Peck, born March 30th 1833 in Sand Lake, New York, died 1917 in Albany, New York, was an American mycologist of the 19th and early 20th centuries. ... Leslie Pedley (b. ... Karl Julius Perleb (1794-1845) (also known as Carl Julius Perleb) was a German botanist and natural scientist. ... Henry Perrine was a physician, horticulturist, United States Consul in Campeche, Mexico, and an enthusiast for introducing tropical plants into cultivation in the United States. ... Christian Hendrik Persoon (February 1, 1761 - November 16, 1836) was a mycologist who made additions to Linnaeus mushroom taxonomy. ... Wilhelm Friedrich Philipp Pfeffer (9 March 1845 - 31 January 1920) was a German botanist and plant physiologist. ... Rodolfo Amando (or Rudolph Amandus) Philippi (14 September 1808–23 July 1904) was a German-Chilean paleontologist and zoologist. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Robert Knud Friedrich Pilger (1876-1953) was a German botanist, who specialised in the study of conifers. ... Petter Adolf Karsten (1834–1917) was a Finnish mycologist, the foremost expert on the fungi of Finland in his day, and known in consequence as the father of Finnish mycology. Karsten was born in Merimasku near Turku, studied at the University of Helsinki, and then moved to the island of... Paul Kummer (1834–1912) was a priest, teacher, and scientist in Zerbst, Germany, known chiefly for his contribution to mycological nomenclature. ... Jùlès Émilè Plánchón (March 21, 1823 - April 1, 1888) was a French botanist. ... Charles Plumier (April 20, 1646-November 20, 1704) was a French botanist, after whom the genus Plumeria (originally named Plumiera) is named. ... Eduard Friedrich Poeppig (July 16, 1798 - September 4, 1868) was a German botanist, zoologist and explorer. ... Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl (1782–1834) was an Austrian botanist, geologist, and physician. ... Jean Louis Marie Poiret ( 11 June 1755 in Saint-Quentin - 7 April 1834 in Paris) was a French clergyman, botanist and explorer. ... Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766 - 1854) was a French botanist and gardener. ... Johan Adam Pollich or Johann (1 January 1741, Kaiserslautern- 24 February1780 ) was a German doctor, botanist and entomologist. ... Karl Anton Eugen Prantl, also known as Carl Anton Eugen Prantl, was a German botanist (* September 10, 1849 in Munich - † 1893). ... Nathanael Pringsheim (30 November 1823 - 6 October 1894) was a German botanist. ... Johannes Max Proskauer (December 5, 1923 – December 20, 1970) was born in Göttingen, Germany. ... Prideaux John Selby (1788 - 1867) was an English ornithologist, botanist and artist. ... Dr. Peter Wyse Jackson was born in Kilkenny, Ireland and is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, with whose botanic gardens he is associated. ... William Purdom (1880-1921) was a British plant explorer sent by Veitch and the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University to the northern provinces of China in 1909. ... Frederick Traugott Pursh (1774 - 11 July 1820) was a German-American botanist. ...

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  • Rach - Louis Theodor Rach (1821–1859)
  • Radcl.-Sm. - Alan Radcliffe-Smith
  • Raddi - Giuseppe Raddi (1770–1829)
  • Raderm. - Jacob Cornelis Matthieu Radermacher
  • Radford - Albert Ernest Radford
  • Radlk. - Ludwig Adolph Timotheus Radlkofer (1829–1927)
  • R.A.Dyer - Robert Allen Dyer (1900–1987)
  • Raeusch. - Ernst Adolf Raeuschel (fl. 1772–1797)
  • Raf. - Constantine Samuel Rafinesque-Schmaltz (1783–1840)
  • Rafn - Carl Gottlob Rafn (1769–1808)
  • R.A.Howard - Richard Alden Howard (1917–2003)
  • Raim. - Rudolph Raimann (1863–1896)
  • Ramond - Louis Ramond de Carbonnières (1755–1827)
  • Raoul - Etienne Fiacre Louis Raoul
  • Rattan - Volney Rattan
  • Rauh - Werner Rauh
  • Raunk. - Christen Christiansen Raunkiær (1860–1938)
  • Rauschert - Stephan Rauschert (1931–1986)
  • Rauwolff - Leonhard Rauwolf
  • Raven - John Earle Raven (1914–1980)
  • Ravenna - Pierfelice Ravenna (born 1938)
  • R.A.W.Herrm. - Rudolf Albert Wolfgang Herrmann (born 1885, date of death unknown)
  • Ray - John Ray (1627–1705)
  • Raymond - Louis-Florent-Marcel Raymond (1915–1972)
  • Razaf. - A. Razafindratsira fl. (born 1987)
  • R.Bernal - Rodrigo Bernal (born 1959)
  • R.Br. - Robert Brown (botanist) (1773–1858)
  • Rchb. - Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach (1793–1879)
  • Rchb.f. - Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach
  • R.C.Jacks - Raymond Carl Jacks (born 1928)
  • R.C.Moran - Robbin C. Moran (fl. 1986)
  • R.Dahlgren - Rolf Martin Theodor Dahlgren (1932–1987)
  • Rech. - Karl Rechinger (1867–1952)
  • Rech.f. - Karl Heinz Rechinger (1906–1998)
  • R.E.Fr. - Robert Elias Fries (1876–1966)
  • Regel - Eduard August von Regel (1815–1892)
  • Rehder - Alfred Rehder (1863–1949)
  • Reichard - Johann Jacob Reichard (1743–1782)
  • Reinw. - Caspar Georg Carl Reinwardt
  • Reissek - Siegfried Reisseck
  • Rendle - Alfred Barton Rendle (1865–1938)
  • Req. - Esprit Requien (1788–1851)
  • Resv.-Holms. - Hanna Resvoll-Holmsen (1873-1943)
  • Resvoll - Thekla Resvoll (1871-1948)
  • Rettig - J.H.Rettig (?)
  • Retz. - Anders Johan Retzius (1742–1821)
  • Reut. - George François Reuter (1805–1872)
  • Reveal - James Lauritz Reveal (born 1941)
  • Rich. - Louis Claude Marie Richard (1754–1821)
  • Richardson - John Richardson (1787–1865)
  • Riddell - John Leonard Riddell (1807–1865)
  • Ridl. - Henry Nicholas Ridley
  • Rivière - Marie Auguste Rivière (1821–1877)
  • Rizzini - Carlos Toledo Rizzini (born 1921)
  • R.J.Bayer - Randall James Bayer (born 1955)
  • R.K.Godfrey - Robert Kenneth Godfrey (1911–2000)
  • R.Knuth - Reinhard Gustav Paul Knuth (1874–1957)
  • R.M.Harper - Roland McMillan Harper (1878–1966)
  • R.M.King - Robert Merrill King (born 1930)
  • R.M.Patrick - Ruth Patrick
  • Robbr. - Elmar Robbrecht (born 1946)
  • Robyns - Frans Hubert Edouard Arthur Walter Robyns (1901–1986)
  • Rock - Joseph Rock
  • Rodr. - José Demetrio Rodrígues (1780–1846)
  • Roem. - Johann Jakob Roemer (1763–1819)
  • Rogow. - Athanasi Semenovich Rogowicz (1812–1878)
  • Röhl. - Johann Christoph Röhling (1757–1813)
  • Rohrb. - Paul Rohrbach (1846–1871)
  • Rollins - Reed Clark Rollins (1911–1998)
  • Romans - Bernard Romans
  • Rose - Joseph Nelson Rose (1862–1928)
  • Rost. - Friedrich Wilhelm Gottlieb Theophil Rostkovius (1770–1848)
  • Roth - Albrecht Wilhelm Roth (1757–1834)
  • Rothm. - Werner Hugo Paul Rothmaler (1908–1962)
  • Rottb. - Christen Friis Rottbøll (1727–1797)
  • Roxb. - William Roxburgh (1751–1815)
  • Royle - John Forbes Royle (1798–1858)
  • R.R.Haynes - Robert Ralph Haynes (born 1945)
  • R.R.Scott - Robert Robinson Scott (1827–1877)
  • R.T.Clausen - Robert Theodore Clausen (1911–1981)
  • R.Tracey - R.Tracey (born 1951)
  • Rudall - Paula J. Rudall (born 1954)
  • Ruiz - Hipólito Ruiz López (1754–1815)
  • Rumph. - Georg Eberhard Rumphius
  • Rümpler - Karl Theodor Rümpler (1817–1891)
  • Rupr. - Franz Josef Ruprecht (1814–1870)
  • Rusby - Henry Hurd Rusby (1855–1940)
  • Rydb. - Per Axel Rydberg (1860–1931)

Jacob Cornelis Matthieu (JCM) Radermacher Born: 1741, The Hague, Holland. ... Albert Ernest Radford ( 25 January 1918 - 12 April 2006) was an American botanist active in the Southeastern United States. ... Robert Allen Dyer (21 September 1900 Pietermaritzburg - 26 October 1987 Johannesburg) was a South African botanist and taxonomist, working particularly on Amaryllidaceae and succulent plants, contributing to and editing of Bothalia and Flowering Plants of Africa and holding the office of Director of the Botanical Research Institute in Pretoria from... C. S. Rafinesque Constantine Samuel Rafinesque-Schmaltz (October 22, 1783-September 18, 1840) was a nineteenth-century polymath who led a chaotic life. ... Louis Ramond de Carbonnières Louis François Élisabeth Ramond, baron de Carbonnières (January 4, 1755 Strasbourg – May 14, 1827), was a French politician, geologist and botanist. ... Werner Rauh (born 1913 in Niemegk; died 7th April 2000 in Heidelberg) was an internationally renowned German botanist and author. ... Raunkiær in 1896 Christen Christensen Raunkiær (March 29, 1860 – March 11, 1938) was a Danish botanist, who was a pioneer of plant ecology. ... Leonhard Rauwolf (Augsburg, June 21, 1535 – September 15, 1596, Waitzen, Hungary) was a German physician, botanist and traveller. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Rodrigo Bernal (born 1959 in Medellín) is a Colombian botanist who specialises in the palm family. ... Robert Brown (1773–1858) Robert Brown (December 21, 1773–June 10, 1858) is acknowledged as the leading British botanist to collect in Australia during the first half of the 19th century. ... Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach (January 8, 1793 - March 17, 1879) was a German botanist and ornithologist. ... Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach (Leipzig 1823-1889) was an ornithologist, botanist and the foremost German orchidologist of the 19th century. ... Alfred Rehder was a horticulturist and taxonomist who worked at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. ... Caspar Georg Carl Reinwardt (1773-1854) was a Prussian-born Dutch botanist. ... Hanna Maria Resvoll-Holmsen (née Resvoll) (September 11, 1873 in Vågå , Oppland – March 13, 1943 in Oslo) was a Norwegian botanist – a female pioneer in Norwegian natural history education and nature conservation together with her sister, Thekla Resvoll. ... Thekla Susanne Ragnhild Resvoll (22 May 1871 in Vågå, Oppland – 14 June 1948 in Oslo) was a Norwegian botanist – a female pioneer in Norwegian natural history education and nature conservation together with her sister, Hanna Resvoll-Holmsen. ... Anders Jahan Retzius (October 3, 1742 - October 6, 1821) was a Swedish chemist, botanist and entomologist born in Kristianstad on October 3, 1742. ... James Lauritz Reveal (born 1941- ) is a botanist, professor emeritus at the Norton Brown Herbarium, Maryland (see his cv). ... Louis Claude Marie Richard (September 19, 1754 - June 6, 1821) was a French botanist. ... The name John Richardson can refer to: Sir John Richardson (1787-1865), Arctic explorer and naturalist John Richardson (1796–1852), Canadian novelist [1] John Richardson (b. ... John Leonard Riddell (Feb. ... Henry Nicholas Ridley (December 10, 1855 - October 24, 1956) was an English botanist. ... Randall James Bayer (born 13 July 1955) is an American systematic botanist, published mostly as R.J. Bayer, who was born in Buffalo, New York, U.S.A. He spent childhood and attended public school in East Aurora, New York. ... Dr. Ruth Myrtle Patrick (born 1907 in Topeka, Kansas) is a botanist and limnologist specialsing in diatoms and freshwater ecology, she developed ways to measure the health of freshwater ecosystems and established a number of research facilites. ... Joseph Francis Charles Rock (1884 – 1962) was an Austrian-American explorer, geographer, linguist and botanist. ... Johann Jacob Roemer (1763 – 1819) was a physician and professor of botany in Zurich, Switzerland. ... Bernard Romans (1720 - 1784) was a navigator, surveyor, cartographer, naturalist, engineer, soldier, promoter and writer. ... Joseph Nelson Rose ( January 11, 1862 - May 4, 1928 ) was a American botanist. ... William Roxburgh (June 29, 1759 - April 10, 1815) was a Scottish physician and botanist. ... John Forbes Royle(1799-January 2, 1858), British botanist and teacher of materia medica, was born in Cawnpore in 1799. ... Hipólito Ruiz López (August 8, 1754, Belorado, Burgos, Spain—1815, Madrid), or Hipólito Ruiz, was a Spanish botanist known for researching the floras of Peru and Chile during an expedition under Carlos III from 1777 to 1788. ... Georg Eberhard Rumphius (1628-1702) was a Dutch company director and botanist, best known for his authorship of Herbarium Amboinense, a catalogue of the plants of the island of Ambon (then in the Dutch East Indies, now Indonesia), published posthumously in 1741. ... Franz Josef Ruprecht (1814-1870) was a Austrian-born botanist, who worked mainly in Russia, where he was appointed curator of the herbarium of the Academy of Science in St. ... Per Axel Rydberg (July 6, 1860 - July 25, 1931) was a botanist. ...

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  • Sabine - Joseph Sabine
  • Sacc. - Pier Andrea Saccardo (1845–1920)
  • Sachs - Julius von Sachs
  • Salisb. - Richard Anthony Salisbury (1761–1829)
  • Santin - Dionete Aparecida Santin
  • Sandwith - Noel Yvri Sandwith (1901–1965)
  • Sarg. - Charles Sprague Sargent (1841–1927)
  • Sart. - Michel Sartori
  • Sartwell - Henry Parker Sartwell (1792–1867)
  • Sauss. - Horace-Bénédict de Saussure
  • Savi - Gaetano Savi (1769–1844)
  • Savigny - Marie Jules César Lélorgne de Savigny (1777–1851)
  • S.Carter - Susan Carter Holmes (born 1933)
  • Scharf - Uwe Scharf
  • Schauer - Johannes Conrad Schauer (1813–1848)
  • Scheele - George Heinrich Adolf Scheele (1808–1864)
  • Schelle - Ernst Schelle (1864–1945)
  • Schenk - Joseph August Schenk (1815–1891)
  • Scherb. - Johannes Scherbius (1769–1813)
  • Schindl. - Anton Karl Schindler (1879–1964)
  • Schinz - Hans Schinz (1858–1941)
  • Schleid. - Matthias Jakob Schleiden (1804–1881)
  • Schltdl. - Diederich Franz Leonhard von Schlechtendal (1794–1866)
  • Schltr. - Rudolf Schlechter
  • Schmalh. - Johannes Theodor Schmalhausen (1849–1894)
  • Schoepf - Johann David Schoepf (1752–1800)
  • Schönl. - Johann Lucas Schönlein (1793–1864)
  • Schott - Heinrich Wilhelm Schott (1794–1865)
  • Schottky - Ernst Max Schottky
  • Schrad. - Heinrich Adolph Schrader (1767–1836)
  • Schrank - Franz Paula von Schrank (1747–1810)
  • Schreb. - Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber (1739–1810)
  • Schult. - Josef August Schultes (1773–1831)
  • Schult.f. - Julius Hermann Schultes (1804–1840)
  • Sch.Bip. - Carl Heinrich Bipontinus Schultz (1805–1867)
  • Schumach. - Heinrich Christian Friedrich Schumacher (1757–1830)
  • Schur - Philipp Johann Ferdinand Schur (1799–1878)
  • Schust. - Rudolf M. Schuster
  • Schwartz - Ernest Justus Schwartz
  • Schweik. - Herold Georg Wilhelm Johannes Schweickerdt
  • Schweinf. - Georg August Schweinfurth
  • Schwein. - Lewis David von Schweinitz (1780–1834)
  • Schwer. - Fritz Kurt Alexander von Schwerin (1847–1925)
  • Scop. - Giovanni Antonio Scopoli (1723–1788)
  • Scribn. - Frank Lamson-Scribner (1851–1938)
  • S.D.Jones - Stanley D. Jones (fl. 1992)
  • Secr. - Louis Secretan
  • Seem. - Berthold Carl Seemann (1825–1971)
  • Selander - Nils Sten Edvard Selander (1891–1957)
  • Semple - John Cameron Semple (born 1947)
  • Sendtn. - Otto Sendtner (1813–1859)
  • Seneb. - Jean Senebier
  • Ser. - Nicolas Charles Seringe (1813–1859)
  • Sessé - Martín Sessé y Lacasta
  • Seub. - Moritz August Seubert (1818–1878)
  • S.F.Blake - Sidney Fay Blake (1892–1959)
  • S.G.Gmel. - Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin (c. 1744 – 1774)
  • Shaver - Jesse Milton Shaver (1888–1961)
  • Shafer - John Adolph Shafer (1863–1918)
  • Sharsm. - Carl William Sharsmith (1903–1994)
  • Shear - Cornelius Lott Shear (1865–1956)
  • Shinners - Lloyd Herbert Shinners (1918–1971)
  • Shipunov - Alexey B. Shipunov (born 1965)
  • Shiras. - Yasuyoshi (Miho or Homi) Shirasawa (1868–1947)
  • Short - Charles Wilkins Short (1794–1863)
  • Shuttlew. - Robert James Shuttleworth (1810–1874)
  • Sibth. - John Sibthorp (1758–1796)
  • Sieber - Franz Sieber (1789–1844)
  • Siebold - Philipp Franz von Siebold (1796–1866)
  • Sim - Thomas Robertson Sim (1856–1938)
  • Simon-Louis - Leon L. Simon-Louis (1834–1913)
  • Sims - John Sims (1749–1831)
  • Sing. - Rolf Singer
  • Skeels - Homer Collar Skeels (1873–1934)
  • Slavin - Berhard Henry Slavin (born 1873, date of death unknown)
  • S.L.Chang - S.L.Chang (fl. 1979)
  • Sleumer - Hermann Otto Sleumer (1906–1993)
  • S.L.Wolff - S.L.Wolff (fl. 1987)
  • Sm. - James Edward Smith (1759–1828)
  • Small - John Kunkel Small (1869–1938)
  • S.Moore - Spencer Le Marchant Moore (1850–1931)
  • Smyth - Bernard Bryan Smyth (1843–1913)
  • Sobol. - Gregor Fedorovitch Sobolewsky (1741–1807)
  • Soderstr. - Thomas Robert Soderstrom
  • Soegeng - Wertit Soegeng-Reksodihardjo (born 1935)
  • Soják - Jirí Soják (born 1936)
  • Sol. - Daniel Solander (1733–1782)
  • Sole - William Sole (1741–1802)
  • Soler. - Hans Solereder (1860–1920)
  • Sond. - Otto Wilhelm Sonder
  • Sonn. - Pierre Sonnerat
  • Spach - Édouard Spach (1801–1879)
  • S.Pierce - Simon Pierce (born 1974)
  • Spellenb. - Richard Spellenberg
  • Sprague - Thomas Archibald Sprague (1877–1958)
  • Spreng. - Curt Polycarp Joachim Sprengel (1766–1833)
  • Spring - Antoine Fredéric Spring (1814–1872)
  • Spruce - Richard Spruce
  • S.Q.Nie - S.Q.Nie (fl. 1987)
  • Sreem. - C.P. Sreemadhavan
  • Stace - Clive Anthony Stace (born 1938)
  • Standl. - Paul Carpenter Standley (1884–1963)
  • Stapf - Otto Stapf (1857–1933)
  • Staudt - Günther Staudt (born 1926)
  • S.T.Blake - Stanley Thatcher Blake
  • Stearn - William Thomas Stearn (1911–2001)
  • Stebbins - George Ledyard Stebbins (1906–2000)
  • Steenis - Cornelis Gijsbert Gerrit Jan van Steenis (1901–1986)
  • Stein - Berthold Stein (1847–1926)
  • Steller - Georg Wilhelm Steller
  • Sternb. - Kaspar Maria von Sternberg
  • Sterns - Emerson Ellick Sterns (1846–1926)
  • Steud. - Ernst Gottlieb von Steudel (1783–1856)
  • Steward - Albert Newton Steward (1897–1959)
  • Steyerm. - Julian Alfred Steyermark
  • Stocks - John Ellerton Stocks (1822–1854)
  • Stokes - Jonathan S. Stokes (1755–1831)
  • Strasb. - Eduard Strasburger
  • Stritch - L.R.Stritch (fl. 1982)
  • Stuchlik - Jaroslav Stuchlik
  • Stuntz - Stephen Conrad Stuntz (1875–1918)
  • Sturm - Jacob W. Sturm (1771–1848)
  • Sudw. - George Bishop Sudworth (1864–1927)
  • Suess. - Karl Suessenguth
  • Suksd. - Wilhelm Nikolaus Suksdorf (1850–1932)
  • Sull. - William Starling Sullivant (1803–1873)
  • Suter - Johann Rudolf Suter (1766–1827)
  • Svenson - Henry Knute Svenson (1897–1986)
  • Svent. - Eric R. Svensson Sventenius (1910–1973)
  • Sw. - Olof Swartz (1716–1808)
  • S.Watson - Sereno Watson (1812–1883)
  • Sweet - Robert Sweet (1783–1835)
  • Swezey - Goodwin Deloss Swezey (1851–1934)
  • Swingle - Walter Tennyson Swingle (1871–1952)
  • Syme - John Thomas Irvine Boswell Syme (1822–1888)
  • Symons - Jelinger Symons (1778–1851)

Joseph Sabine (1770 - 1837) was an English lawyer and naturalist. ... Pier Andrea Saccardo. ... Julius von Sachs Julius von Sachs (October 2, 1832 - May 29, 1897), German botanist, was born in Breslau, Silesia. ... Richard Anthony Salisbury (May 2, 1761 - 1829) was a British botanist. ... Charles Sprague Sargent Charles Sprague Sargent (April 21, 1841-March 22, 1927) was an American botanist. ... Horace-Bénédict de Saussure (February 17, 1740 - January 22, 1799) was a Swiss physicist and Alpine traveller. ... Marie Jules César Lelorgne de Savigny (or Lelorgue de Savigny), born on 5 April 1777 at Provins and died on 5 October 1851 at Galès in Yvelines, was a French zoologist. ... Susan Carter Holmes (1933 - ) is a botanist and taxonomist at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. ... Die Entwickelung der Meduse (The Development of the Medusas), in Schleidens Das Meer Matthias Jakob Schleiden (April 5, 1804 - June 23, 1881) was a German botanist and co-founder of cell theory. ... Diederich von Schlechtendal (27 November 1794 - 12 October 1866) was a German botanist. ... Friedrich Richard Rudolf Schlechter (1872-1925) was a German taxonomist, botanist, and author of several works on orchids. ... Johannes Theodor Schmalhausen (1849 – 1894) was a botanist, known for his studies of East-European plants [2][1][3] ^ a b http://asaweb. ... Johann David Schoepff. ... Heinrich Wilhelm Schott (January 7, 1794 - March 5, 1865) was a botanist well-known for his extensive work on the aroids (Family Araceae). ... Franz Paula von Schrank (1747 - 1835) was a German botanist and entomologist. ... Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber (1739 - 1810) was a German naturalist. ... Josef (Joseph) August Schultes 1773-1831 was an Austrian botanist and professor in Vienna. ... Julius Hermann Schultes (1804 – 1840) was an Austrian botanist in Vienna. ... Heinrich Christian Friedrich Schumacher (November 15, 1757 in Glückstadt, Schleswig-Holstein – December 9, 1830), was a Danish surgeon, botanist and professor of anatomy at the University of Copenhagen. ... Georg August Schweinfurth Georg August Schweinfurth (December 29, 1836 – September 19, 1925), German botanist, traveller in East Central Africa and ethnologist, was born at Riga, Latvia, Russian Empire. ... Lewis David von Schweinitz (3 February 1780 - 8 February 1834) was an American botanist and mycologist. ... Giovanni Antonio Scopoli (June 3, 1723 - May 8, 1788) was an Italian-Austrian physician and naturalist. ... Louis (Gabriel Abraam Samuel Jean) Secretan (1758–1839 in Lausanne), was a Swiss lawyer and mycologist. ... Berthold Carl Seemann (1825–1871) was a German botanist. ... Jean Senebier (May 6, 1742 - July 22, 1809) was a Swiss pastor who wrote many works on vegetable physiology. ... Martín Sessé y Lacasta (1751 in Baraguás, Aragon, Spain—October 4, 1808, Madrid) was a Spanish botanist who relocated to Mexico (New Spain) during the 18th century to study and classify the flora of the territory. ... Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin (July 4, 1743? - June 27, 1774) was a German physician, botanist and explorer. ... John Adolph Shafer(1863–1918) John Adolph Shafer (February 23, 1863 - February 1, 1918) was an American botanist. ... Carl W. Sharsmith (March 14, 1903 – October 14, 1994) was an American naturalist. ... Yasuyoshi Shirasawa (1868-1947) was a Japanese botanist who worked alongside the legendary Tomitaro Makino, The Father of Japanese Botany, at the University of Tokyo. ... John Sibthorp (October 28, 1758 - February 8, 1796), English botanist, was born at Oxford, and was the youngest son of Dr Humphrey Sibthorp (1713-1797), who from 1747 to 1784 was Sherardian professor of botany at Oxford. ... Franz Wilhelm Sieber, born Prague 30 March 1789 - died Prague 17 December 1844, was a botanist and collector who travelled in Europe, the Middle East, Southern Africa and Australia. ... statue in Akashicho (near Tsukiji), chuo-ku,Tokyo Japan Philipp Franz Balthasar von Siebold (February 17, 1796 in Würzburg - October 18, 1866 in Munich) was a German physician. ... TR Sim Thomas Robertson Sim 25 June 1858 Northfield, Aberdeenshire, Scotland - 23 July 1938 Durban, Natal was a botanist, botanical artist and Conservator of Forests in Natal, best known for his extremely detailed book The Forests and Forest Flora of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope which appeared... John Sims was a taxonomist who classified various species of plants. ... Rolf Singer (June 23, 1906 - January 18, 1994) was a German-born mycologist and one of the most important taxonomists of gilled mushrooms (agarics) in the 20th century. ... Hermann Otto Sleumer (1906-1993)[1] was a Dutch botanist of German birth. ... For the mayor of Toronto by this name please see James Edward Smith (Toronto). ... John Kunkel Small (1869-1938) was an American botanist. ... Spencer Le Marchant Moore (1850 -1931) was a English botanist. ... Daniel Carlsson Solander (February 19, 1733 – May 16, 1782) was a Swedish botanist. ... Otto Wilhelm Sonder (1812-1881) was a botanist. ... Pierre Sonnerat (August 18, 1748 – March 31, 1814) was a French naturalist and explorer. ... Curt Polycarp Joachim Sprengel (August 3, 1766–March 15, 1833) was a German botanist and physician. ... Richard Spruce (September 10, 1817 - December 28, 1893) was an English botanist and explorer. ... Clive Anthony Stace is a British botanist and botanical author. ... Paul Carpenter Standley (born 1884 in Avalon, Missouri – died June 2 1963 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras) was an American botanist. ... Otto Stapf (March 23, 1857 - August 3, 1933) was an Austrian born botanist. ... Stanley Thatcher Blake (1910 - February 24, 1973) was an Australian botanist associated with the Queensland Herbarium. ... William Stearn holding a specimen of the genus Epimedium, a subject of much of his later work. ... George Ledyard Stebbins, Jr. ... Georg Wilhelm Steller (March 10, 1709 - November 14, 1746) was a German botanist, zoologist, physician and explorer, who worked in Russia. ... K.M. Count Sternberg Kaspar Maria von Sternberg (also: Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, German: Kaspar Maria Graf Sternberg, Czech: hrabÄ› KaÅ¡par Maria Å ternberk), 1761–1838, BÅ™ezina Castle, was a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost and botanist. ... Ernst Gottlieb von Steudel (1783-1856) was a German physician and an authority on grasses. ... Julian Alfred Steyermark (born 27 January 1909 in St. ... Eduard Adolf Strasburger (February 1, 1844, Warsaw - May 19, 1912, Bonn) was one of the most famous German botanists of the 19th century. ... George Bishop Sudworth (1864-1927) was an American botanist. ... William Starling Sullivant (born January 15, 1803 in Franklinton (today Columbus, Ohio); died April 30, 1873 in Columbus, Ohio) was an US bryologist. ... Eric (Ericus) Ragnor Sventenius (Erik Ragnar Svensson; also known simply as Eric (Erich, Enrico) Ragnor) (October 10, 1910—1973) was a Hispano-Swedish botanist. ... Olof Peter Swartz (September 21, 1760, Norrköping, Sweden – September 19, 1816, Stockholm, Sweden) was a Swedish botanist and taxonomist. ... Sereno Watson (December 1, 1826 in East Windsor Hill, Connecticut - March 9, 1892 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) was an American botanist. ... Robert Sweet (1783–20 January 1835) was a botanist. ... Walter Tennyson Swingle (January 8, 1871–January 19, 1952) was an American agricultural botanist who was born in Canaan, Pennsylvania and moved with his family to Kansas two years later. ...

T

  • T.A.Chr. - Tyge Ahrengot Christensen (1918–1996)
  • Takht. - Armen Takhtajan
  • T.Anderson - Thomas Anderson (botanist) (1832–1870)
  • Tansley - Arthur Tansley
  • Taub. - Paul Hermann Wilhelm Taubert (1862–1897)
  • Tausch - Ignaz Friedrich Tausch (1793–1848)
  • Taylor - Roy L. Taylor (born 1932)
  • T.Durand - Théophile Alexis Durand (1855–1912)
  • Ten. - Michele Tenore (1780–1861)
  • T.E.Raven - Tamra Engelhorn Raven (born 1945)
  • T.F.Forst. - Thomas Furley Forster (1761–1825)
  • Thell. - Albert Thellung (1881–1928)
  • Thomas - David Thomas (1776–1859)
  • Thomson - Thomas Thomson (1817–1878)
  • Thìeret - John William Thìeret (born 1926)
  • Thonn. - Peter Thonning
  • Thorne - Robert Folger Thorne (born 1920)
  • Thouars - Louis-Marie Aubert du Petit-Thouars (1758–1831)
  • Thuill. - Jean Louis Thuillier (1757–1822)
  • Thunb. - Carl Peter Thunberg (1743–1828)
  • Tidestr. - Ivar Frederick Tidestrøm
  • Tiegh. - Phillippe Édouard Léon van Tieghem (1839–1914)
  • Tiling - Heinrich Sylvester Theodor Tiling (1864–1956)
  • T.Lestib. - Thémistocle Gaspard Lestiboudois (1797–1876)
  • T.Moore - Thomas Moore (1821–1887)
  • T.N.McCoy - Thomas Nevil McCoy (born 1905)
  • Tod. - Agostino Todaro (1818–1892)
  • Todzia - Carol Ann Todzia (fl. 1986)
  • Tolm. - Alexandr Innokentevich Tolmatchew (1903–1979), also spelled Tolmachew,

Tolmachev Armen Takhtajan (born 1910), aka Armen Leonovich Takhtadjan or Takhtadzhian, is a Soviet-Armenian botanist, one of the most important figures in 20th Century plant evolution and systematics and biogeography. ... Sir Arthur George Tansley (1871 - 1955) was an English botanist who was a pioneer in the science of plant ecology. ... Albert Thellung (1881 - 1928) was a Swiss botanist. ... David Thomas is a very common name, especially in Wales, UK. Famous people of this name include: Dafydd Ddu Eryri (1759-1822) David Cuthbert Thomas (died 1916) David Thomas (industrialist) (1794-1882) David Alfred Thomas (1856-1918) David Hurst Thomas, American archeologist David Vaughan Thomas (1873-1934) David Thomas (composer... Peter Thonning (1775 – 1848) was a Danish doctor and botanist. ... Angraecum crassum, a drawing of this orchid by Thouars in his book Orch. ... Carl Peter Thunberg (November 11, 1743 _ August 8, 1828) was a Swedish naturalist. ... Phillippe Édouard Léon van Tieghem (1839-1914) was a French botanist. ... For other persons named Thomas Moore, see Thomas Moore (disambiguation). ... Agostino Todaro (1818 - 1892) was an Italian botanist. ...

John Torrey (August 15, 1796 - March 10, 1873) was an American botanist. ... Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (June 5, 1656 – December 28, 1708) was a French botanist. ... John Tradescant the younger Ester, his second wife John Tradescant the Younger (1608–1662), son of John Tradescant the elder, was a botanist and gardener, born in Meopham, Kent. ... Ernst Rudolf von Trautvetter (1809-1889) was a Russian botanist, specialising in the flora of the Caucasus and central Asia. ... José Jéronimo Triana (born May 22, 1826 in Bogotá; died October 31, 1890 in Paris) was a Colombian botanist who catalogued 60,000 specimens representing 8,000 species. ... Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet (Михаил Семенович Цвет, also spelled Tsvett, Tswett, Tswet, Zwet, and Cvet) (1872–1919) was a Russian botanist who invented adsorption chromatography. ... Edward Tuckerman (December 7, 1817 - March 15, 1886) was a botanist and professor from Boston, Massachusetts who made significant contributions to the study of lichens and other alpine plants. ... Porphir Kiril Nicolai Stepanowitsch Turczaninow (1796 in Nikitovka, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine - 1863) was a Russian botanist who first identified several genera, and many species of plants. ... Dawson Turner (18 October 1775-21 June 1858) was an English banker, botanist and antiquary. ... Pierre Jean François Turpin (1775-1840) was a French botanist and illustrator. ...

U

  • Ule - Ernst Heinrich Georg Ule (1854–1915)
  • Ulmer - Torsten Ulmer (born 1970)
  • Underw. - Lucien Marcus Underwood (1853–1907)
  • Urb. - Ignatz Urban (1848–1931)
  • Ursch - Eugène Ursch
  • U.Scholz - U.Scholz (fl. 1981)

This is a list of botanists by their author abbreviation, designed for citation in the botanical names they have published. ...

V

  • Vahl - Martin Vahl (1749–1804)
  • Vail - Anna Murray Vail (1863–1955)
  • Vaill. - Sébastien Vaillant
  • Valeton - Theodoric Valeton (1855–1929)
  • Van Houtte - Louis Benoit Van Houtte (1810–1876)
  • Vand. - Domenico Vandelli
  • Vaniot - Eugene Vaniot (died 1913)
  • Vasey - George Vasey (1822–1893)
  • Vavilov - Nikolai Vavilov
  • Veill. - Veillard
  • Velloso - Joaquim Velloso de Miranda (1733–1815)
  • Vell. - José Mariano da Conceição Vellozo (1742–1811)
  • Vent. - Étienne Pierre Ventenat (1757–1808)
  • Verdc. - Bernard Verdcourt (born 1925)
  • V.Gibbs - Vicary Gibbs (botanist) (1853–1932)
  • Vickery - Joyce Winifred Vickery (1908–1979)
  • Vict. - Conrad Kirouac, Brother Marie-Victorin (1885–1944)
  • Vignolo - Ferdinando Vignolo-Lutati (1878–1965)
  • Vill. - Domonique Villars (1745–1814)
  • Vilm. - Pierre Louis François Lévêque de Vilmorin (1816–1860)
  • Vitman - Fulgenzio Vitman (1728–1806)
  • Vittad. - Carlo Vittadini
  • Viv. - Domenico Viviani (1772–1840)
  • Vogel - Julius Rudolph Theodor Vogel
  • Volkart - Albert Volkart (1873–1951)

Martin Vahl Martin Vahl (October 10, 1749 - December 24, 1804) was a Norwegian botanist. ... Sébastien Vaillant (May 26, 1669 - May 20, 1722) was a French botanist. ... Domenico Agostino Vandelli (c1735 - June 27, 1816) was an Italian naturalist. ... Nikolai Vavilov Nikolai Ivanovich Vavilov (Николай Иванович Вавилов, November 25 [O.S. November 13] 1887 – January 26, 1943) was a prominent Russian botanist and geneticist best known for having identified the centres of origin of the cultivated plants. ... José Mariano de Conceição Vellozo (also called José Mariano da Conceição Veloso) (1742 – 1811) was a Brazilian botanist who catalogued specimens, for example: Cedrela fissilis Vell. ... Bernard Verdcourt (born 20 January 1925) is a biologist and taxonomist, most widely known as a botanist and currently an Honorary Research Fellow at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in London. ... Joyce Winifred Vickery (December 15, 1908 - May 29, 1979) was an Australian botanist who specialised in taxonomy and became well known in Australian for forensic botany. ... Brother Marie-Victorin (born Conrad Kirouac, April 4, 1885 in Kingsey Falls, Quebec - July 1944) was a Christian Brother and botanist, best known as the father of the Jardin botanique de Montréal. ... Pierre Louis François Lévêque de Vilmorin, always referred to as Louis de Vilmorin (1816-1860), the grandson of Philippe de Vilmorin, and a member of the family firm of Vilmorin-Andrieux, devoted his life to biology and chemistry, with a focus on the breeding and cultivation of...

W

  • Wahlenb. - Göran Wahlenberg (1780–1851)
  • Waisb. - Anton Waisbecker (1835–1916)
  • Wall. - Nathaniel Wallich
  • Walp. - Wilhelm Gerhard Walpers (1816–1853)
  • Walter - Thomas Walter (1740–1789)
  • Wangen. - Friedrich Adam Julius von Wangenheim (1749–1800)
  • Warb. - Otto Warburg (1859–1938)
  • Ward - Lester Frank Ward (1841–1913)
  • Warder - John Aston Warder (1812–1883)
  • Warm. - Johannes Eugenius Bülow Warming (1841–1924)
  • Watt - David Allan Poe Watt (1830–1917)
  • Wawra - Heinrich Wawra von Fernsee
  • W.Bartram - William Bartram (1739–1823)
  • W.C.Cheng - Wan Chun Cheng (1904–1983)
  • W.Curtis - William Curtis (1746–1799)
  • Weath. - Charles Alfred Weatherby (1875–1949)
  • Webb - Philip Barker Webb (1793–1854)
  • Weber - George Heinrich Weber (1752–1828)
  • Wedd. - Hugh Algernon Weddell (1819–1877)
  • Wedem. - Wedermeyer (fl. bef. 1803)
  • Wege - Juliet Wege
  • Weigel - Christian Ehrenfried von Weigel (1748–1831)
  • Weihe - Carl Ernst August (1779–1834)
  • Weinm. - Johann Anton Weinmann (1782–1858)
  • Wells - Bertram Whittier Wells
  • Welw. - Friedrich Welwitsch (1806–1872)
  • Wender. - Georg Wilhelm Franz Wenderoth (1774–1861)
  • Werderm. - Erich Werdermann
  • Wesm. - Alfred Wesmael (1832–1905)
  • Wess. Boer - J. G. Wessels Boer
  • Weston - Richard Weston (c. 1733 – 1806)
  • Wettst. - Richard Wettstein (1863–1931)
  • W.H.Brewer - William Henry Brewer (1828–1910)
  • Wherry - Edgar Theodore Wherry (1885–1982)
  • W.Hook. - William Hooker (1779–1832)
  • W.H.Wagner - Warren Herbert Wagner (1920–2000)
  • Wibel - August Wilhelm Eberhard Christoph Wibel (1775–1814)
  • Widder - Felix Joseph Widder (1892–1974)
  • Wiegand - Karl McKay Wiegand (1873–1942)
  • Wiersama - John H. Wiersama (born 1950)
  • Wight - Robert Wight (1796–1872)
  • Willd. - Carl Ludwig von Willdenow (1765–1812)
  • Wille - Johan Nordal Fischer Wille (1858–1924)
  • Willk. - Heinrich Moritz Willkomm
  • Windham - Michael D. Windham (born 1954)
  • Wipff - J.K.Wipff (born 1962)
  • With. - William Withering (1741–1799)
  • Wittig - Rüdiger Wittig
  • W.L.E.Schmidt - Wilhelm Ludwig Ewald Schmidt (1804–1843)
  • W.Mast. - William Masters, botanist (1796–1874)
  • W.M.Curtis - Winifred Mary Curtis
  • Wood - William Wood (1745–1808)
  • Woods - Joseph Woods Jr. (1776–1864)
  • Woodson - Robert Everard Woodson Jr. (1904–1963)
  • Woodv. - William Woodville (1752–1805)
  • Woolls - William Woolls
  • Woronow - Georg Jurij Nikolaewitch Woronow (1874–1931)
  • Woyn. - Heinrich Karl Woynar (1865–1917)
  • W.Palmer - William Palmer (botanist) (1856–1921)
  • W.P.C.Barton - William Paul Crillon Barton (1786–1856)
  • W.Petz. - Karl Wilhelm Petzold (1848–1897)
  • W.R.Buck - William Russell Buck (born 1950)
  • W.Saunders - William Saunders
  • W.Stone - Witmer Stone (1866–1939)
  • W.T.Aiton - William Townsend Aiton (1766–1849)
  • Wullschl. - Heinrich Wullschlägel (1805–1864)
  • W.Wight - William Franklin Wight (1874–1954)
  • W.Wolf - Wolfgang Wolf (1875–1950)
  • Wydler - Heinrich Wydler (1800–1883)

Georg (Göran) Wahlenberg (Kroppa, Värmland County 1 October 1780 – Uppsala 22 March 1851) was a Swedish naturalist. ... Nathaniel Wallich (28 January 1786 - 28 April 1854) was a botanist. ... Wilhelm Gerhard Walpers (1816 in Mühlhausen - 1853 in Berlin) was a German botanist. ... Thomas U. Walter; Portrait by Francisco Pausas, 1925, after a Mathew Brady photograph Thomas Ustick Walter (September 4, 1804 – October 30, 1887) of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was the dean of American architecture between the death of Benjamin Latrobe and the work of H.H. Richardson. ... Otto Warburg (1859-1938), was a botanist and industrial agriculture expert and an active member of the World Zionist Organization, which worked toward the re-establishment of Israel. ... Lester Frank Ward Lester F. Ward (June 18, 1841–April 18, 1913) was an American botanist, paleontologist, and sociologist. ... Johannes Eugenius Bülow Warming (November 3, 1841 Manø – 1924 Copenhagen), was a Danish botanist, professor at the University of Copenhagen, director of the Copenhagen Botanical Garden from 1885 to 1911 and a member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. ... Heinrich Wawra von Fernsee Heinrich Wawra Ritter von Fernsee, born JindÅ™ich Blažej Vávra, (February 2, 1831, Brno, Moravia - May 1881, Baden bei Wien) was an Austrian ship surgeon, botanist and explorer. ... Portrait of Bartram by Peale William Bartram (April 20, 1739 — July 22, 1823) was an American naturalist, the son of John Bartram. ... Professor Wan Chun Cheng (1904 - 1983) was one of the most eminent Chinese botanists of the 20th century. ... William Curtis (January 11, 1746 - 1799) was an English botanist who was born at Alton. ... Philip Barker Webb (1793 - 1854) was an English botanist. ... Hugh Algernon Weddell (22 June 1819 – 22 July 1877) was a physician and botanist, specialising in South American flora. ... Dr Juliet Ann Wege (born 1971 in Western Australia) is an Australian botanist. ... Johann Anton Weinmann (1782-1858) was a German botanist who served as Inspector of the Gardens in Saint Petersburg, Russia. ... Bertram Whittier (B.W.) Wells (1884-1978) was an American botanist and ecologist active in North Carolina. ... Dr. Friedrich Welwitsch (1806 – October 20, 1872) was an Austrian explorer and botanist. ... Richard Weston (c. ... Richard Wettstein (June 30, 1863 - August 10, 1931) was an Austrian botanist. ... William Henry Brewer William Henry Brewer (September 14, 1828 -- November 2, 1910) was an American botanist. ... William Hooker (born 1946) is a jazz drummer and composer. ... Robert Wight (July 6, 1796 – May 26, 1872) was a Scottish surgeon and botanist who spent 30 years in India. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... William Withering William Withering (March 17, 1741, Wellington, Shropshire - October 6, 1799) was an English botanist, geologist, chemist, physician and the discoverer of digitalis. ... Rüdiger Wittig (b. ... William Wood (29 May 1745 – 1 April 1808) was an English Unitarian minister and botanist who was involved in efforts to remedy the political and educational disabilities of Nonconformists under the Test Acts. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... William Woolls (1814 - March 14, 1893) was an Australian botanist. ... William Saunders Serving as the first Master (President) of the National Grange, William Saunders (1822 – 1900) also became the first Secretary of Agriculture, a seat on the Presidents Cabinet fought for by the Order of Patrons of Husbandry. ... Witmer Stone (September 22, 1866–May 23, 1939) was an American ornithologist, botanist, and mammalogist, and was considered the last of the “great naturalists. ... William Aiton (1731-1793). ... Heinrich Rudolf Wullschlägel was a Dutch-German bishop,botanist and translator. ... Wolfgang Wolf (born September 24, 1957 in Tiefenthal) is a German soccer coach and a former player. ... Heinrich Wydler was a Swiss botanist (April 24, 1800, Zurich – December 6, 1883, Gernsbach. ...

Y

  • Yakovlev Gennady Pavlovic Yakovlev (born 1934)
  • Yunck. - Truman George Yuncker (1891–1964)

Gennady Pavlovich Yakovlev (Russian: ) (1938) Russian botanist. ...

Z

Giovanni Zantedeschi (3 May 1773, Molina, - 16 May 1846, Bovegno) was an Italian physician and an important Italian botanist. ... Hugo Zapalowicz (November 15, 1852 in Ljubljana, Slovenia – November 20, 1917 in Perovsk [now Kyzylorda], Kazakhstan) was a botanist, natural scientist, traveller, military lawyer. ... Karl Ludwig Philipp Zeyher 2 August 1799 Dillenburg, Hesse, Germany - 13 December 1858 Cape Town, was a botanical collector who collected extensively in South Africa. ... Johann Gottfried Zinn Zinnia Friedrichstraße 2 in Schwabach]] Johann Gottfried Zinn (Schwabach, Dec 6 1727 - †Göttingen, April 6, 1759) was a german anatomist and botanist member of the Berlin Academy Biography Considering his short life span, Johann Gottfried Zinn made a great contribution to anatomy. ... Joseph Gerhard Zuccarini (10 August 1797 - 18 February 1848) was a German botanist, Professor of Botany at the University of München. ...

See also

This is a list of zoologists by their author abbreviation. ...

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