English botanist John Lindley

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  • In the same publication, English botanist John Lindley provided the first formal description.
  • It is named after the English botanist John Lindley.
  • The library is based upon the book collection of English botanist John Lindley, and has many rare books dating from 1514.
  • The species was formally described by English botanist John Lindley, based on plant material collected during an expedition by Thomas Mitchell.
  • The species was first formally described in 1838 by English botanist John Lindley in Three expeditions into the interior of Australia.
  • The species was first formally described by English botanist John Lindley from material collected during Thomas Mitchell's exploration of the Grampians.
  • The species was first formally described by English botanist John Lindley in 1838 in Three Expeditions into the interior of Eastern Australia.
  • It was first described by English botanist John Lindley in 1848, Other vernacular names include sheepbush and dogwood.
  • The species was first formally described in 1846 by English botanist John Lindley in Edward's Botanical Register.
  • The species was first formally described by English botanist John Lindley in Thomas Mitchell's Three Expeditions into the interior of Eastern Australia in 1838.
  • It was first described by the English botanist John Lindley as Angraecum maculatum in 1821 based on a specimen collected from South America.
  • Carl Peter Thunberg also noted the use in thatching in 1793, as did English botanist John Lindley in 1846.
  • The species was first formally described in 1839 by English botanist John Lindley in A sketch of the vegetation of the Swan River colony.
  • The species was first formally described by English botanist John Lindley in 1839 in A sketch of the vegetation of the Swan River colony.
  • The species was first formally described in 1838 by English botanist John Lindley in the second volume of Thomas Mitchell's Three Expeditions into the interior of Eastern Australia.
  • The species was formally described in 1839 by English botanist John Lindley in A sketch of the vegetation of the Swan River Colony.
  • The species was formally described by English botanist John Lindley in 1838 from material collected on Thomas Mitchell's expedition near Lake Charm, Victoria in 1836.
  • The species was formally described by English botanist John Lindley in 1838 from material collected on Thomas Mitchell's expedition near Casterton, Victoria in 1836.
  • The species was first formally described in 1838 by English botanist John Lindley in Three Expeditions into the interior of Eastern Australia based on a collection made near present-day Swan Hill in Victoria during Thomas Mitchell's 1836 expedition.
  • The species was formally described in 1849 in The Journal of the Horticultural Society of London by English botanist John Lindley who gave it the name Wailesia picta.
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