Author:Benjamin Daniel Greene

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Benjamin Daniel Greene
(1793–1862)
Botanist, trained in both law and medicine. A founding member and first president of the Boston Society of Natural History.

Standard botanical author abbreviation: B.D.Greene

Benjamin Daniel Greene

Works by Greene[edit]

  • "Utricularia resupinata" via Jacob Bigelow in Florula Bostoniensis: a collection of plants of Boston and its vicinity, with their generic and specific characters, principal synonyms, descriptions, places of growth, and time of flowering, and occasional remarks. ed. 3. 10. (May 1840)

Works about Greene[edit]

  • Asa Gray: "Benjamin D, Greene" in American Jounal of Science and Arts, 2nd ser., 35: 4-19. (1863)
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