11 edition of The herbarium of Ferdinand Lindheimer found in the catalog.
The herbarium of Ferdinand Lindheimer
Written in English
|Other titles||George Engelmann Papers, 1831-1914.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 folders 77 items (39|
|Number of Pages||77|
The name originally belonged to Ferdinand Lindheimer, one of the Southwest's first serious scientists, who came to be known as the "Father of Texas Botany." This immigrant from Frankfurt, Germany, spent more than a decade living on a shoestring budget as he searched the wilds of Central and Southeast Texas for new by: 4. Botanist, scientist, Texas legend. From an endangered species of cactus to a daisy and even a snake, the name Lindheimer is tied to the nomenclature of Texas natives. This man was an internationally recognized botanist who spent most of his life classifying Texas flora. The name belonged to Ferdinand Lindheimer, Burial: Comal Cemetery, New Braunfels, .
A life among the Texas flora: Ferdinand Lindheimer's letters to George Engelmann by Ferdinand Lindheimer (); Plantae Lindheimerianae: an enumeration of F. Lindheimer's collection of Texan plants, with remarks and descriptions of new species, etc. by . Ferdinand Roemer, a German scientist, described Lindheimer’s cabin as being just outside of town, half hidden by oaks on the river banks. “It furnished an idyllic picture with its enclosed garden and general arrangement and position,” he wrote.
Ferdinand Jacob Lindheimer is known as the “father of Texas botany.” While he was not the first botanist to collect plants for scientific examination in Texas, his collections are credited with helping botanists around the world to understand the nature, extent, and significance of the diversity of plants in the state. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month Advanced Search New Releases BestMissing: herbarium.
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Abstract. Plant and Distribution Lists, Undate Topics:Author: George Engelmann. His private herbarium was acquired by Prof. Emil Dapprich of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and exhibited at the World's Fair at Paris in Lindheimer discovered one new genus, Lindheimera Engelm.
& A. Gray, and several hundred new species and subspecies, 48 of which have been named after him, including the popular perennial Gaura lindheimeri Engelm. The herbarium of Ferdinand Lindheimer. By George Engelmann. Abstract. Catalogs, Author: George Engelmann. His house, on Comal Street in New Braunfels, is now a museum.
Lindheimer's plant collections can be found in at least twenty institutions, including the Missouri Botanical Gardens, the British Museum, the Durand Herbarium and Museum of Natural History in Paris, and the Komarov Botanic Institute in St. Petersburg. The herbarium of Ferdinand Lindheimer.
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One such collector was Ferdinand Jacob Lindheimer (–), a political refugee from Germany who is considered to be the “father of Texas botany”. Early in his career, Lindheimer taught at a preparatory school in Frankfurt where he was associated with a number of students and activists who mounted a political rebellion in Subjects: Bracht, Felix, Correspondence Engelmann, George, Jaundice Letters Lindheimer, Ferdinand, Science Social aspects.
Ferdinand Lindheimer emigrated from Germany to Mexico, then to Texas by way of New Orleans. He arrived at the site of the San Jacinto battle the day after the event.
Into this atmosphere of new-found freedom for Texas, Lindheimer fully embraced the movement to help other Germans come to the fledgling : Athena Hessong. Ferdinand Jacob Lindheimer ( – December 2, ) was a German Texan botanist who spent his working life on the American frontier.
InRecorded Texas Historic Landmark number was placed on Lindheimer's mater: University of Wiesbaden, University of. Lindheimer visited Engelmann in the winter of –40 and brought samples of Texas plants that he had collected and preserved.
Through Engelmann, his work came to the attention of professor Asa Gray, founder of the Gray Herbarium at Harvard University and original author of Gray’s Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States.
Ferdinand Lindheimer from Goethe im Lichte der Verebungslehre - InDr. Beryl Simpson became the Director of the Plant Resources Center and first C. Lundell Chair. While Director, she pushed the collection into the digital age by leading the effort to make an online database of all Texas specimens.
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