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ABSTRACT Edward Adrian Woodruffe-Peacock (1858–1922) was an experienced all-round field naturalist who spent much of his life working on the flora of Lincolnshire. From 1891 to 1920 he held the living at Cadney in his native county. This was a poor, sparsely populated parish; since...
ABSTRACT: The ichthyological drawings of the French Minim friar Charles Plumier (1646–1704), resulting from his explorations along the coasts of Languedoc and Provence, in the French Alps, on the islands of Hyères, and during three expeditions to the West Indies between 1689 and 1697, are...
Patrick Browne resided on the Caribbean islands of Saint Croix (a Danish possession) and Montserrat (an English possession) during the 1750s and 1760s. He collected and recorded the flora of Saint Croix; some of his notes about the plants of the island have survived and are transcribed. On...
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