Plants in His Pack: A Life of Edward Palmer, Adventurous Botanist and Collector
Pantheon Books, 1964 - 182 pages
A biography of botanist Edward Palmer who collected more than 100,000 plant specimens for museums, discovered 2,000 plants new to science, and had 200 plants named in his honor.
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