James Drummond (botanist)

James Drummond (botanist)

James Drummond (late 1786 or early 1787 – 26 March 1863) was a botanist and naturalist who was an early settler in Western Australia.

Read more about James Drummond (botanist):  Early Life, Swan River Colony, Collecting For Mangles, Farming At Toodyay, Collecting For Hooker, Later Life, Legacy

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James Drummond (botanist) - Legacy
... JamesDrummond was the author of several species of plant Boronia molloyae Tall Boronia Dasypogon hookeri, J.Drumm ... of Western Australian plants of his time." This botanistis denoted by the author abbreviation J.Drumm ... Mount Drummondwas named in Drummonds honour by John Septimus Roe in 1848 ...

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