Labillardi

Some articles on labillardi:

Jacques Labillardière - Historiography
... Only two portraits of Labillardière survive an 1821 lithograph of a sketch by Julien Leopold Boilly, and a lithograph by Langlumè based on a portrait by Alexis Nicolas Noël ... The first biography of Labillardière was written by Jean Pierre Flourens, whose graveside eulogy of Labillardière was published in the Annales du Museum d'histoire in 1837 ... New insights into Labillardière's life and work did not being to appear until the 1953 publication, by Auguste Chevalier, of new information on Labillardière's early life ...
Adenanthos Obovatus - Taxonomy - Discovery and Naming
... of the species was published by Jacques Labillardière in his 1805 Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen, accompanied by a figure drawn by Pierre Antoine Poiteau and engraved by Auguste Plée ... Labillardière chose the specific name obovata, in reference to the leaves of his specimen, which were obovate (egg-shaped, with the narrow end at the base) ... consistent with the gender assigned by Labillardière to the genus ...
Jacques Labillardière
... Jacques-Julien Houtou de Labillardière (1755–1834) was a French naturalist noted for his descriptions of the flora of Australia ... Labillardière was a member of a voyage in search of the La Pérouse expedition ...
Adenanthos - Taxonomy - Publication
... The genus Adenanthos was first described and named by Labillardière in his 1805 Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen ... cuneatus contains annotations that show Labillardière experimenting with various Greek word stems, listing in each case the corresponding Latin transliteration and meaning ... Labillardière published three species, naming them A ...
Adenanthos Sericeus - Taxonomy - Discovery and Naming
... Labillardière did not acknowledge any collector, and so it was long thought that Labillardière himself has collected the first botanical specimens ... sericeus does occur at Esperance Bay, where Labillardière collected in December 1792 ... However, several Australian plant species described by Labillardière do not occur in any locations that he visited, suggesting that some of his specimens were obtained from some ...