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Joseph Dalton Hooker
"Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker OM, GCSI, CB, MD, FRS (30 June 1817 – 10 December 1911) was one of the greatest British botanists and explorers of the 19th century. Hooker was one of the founders of geographical botany, and Charles Darwin's closest friend. He was Director of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, for twenty years, in succession to his father, William Jackson Hooker, and was awarded the highest honours of British science."
Joseph Dalton Hooker


  • Himalayan journals, 1854 vol 1, vol 2
  • On the flora of Australia, 1859 external link
  • On the flora of Australia [Supplementary material in Charles Darwin's copy], 1859 external link


  • Polytrichum semilamellatum, Grimmia laxifolia, Glyphocarpa Roylei nn. spp. (Hook. Ic. PI. 1837, vol. ii. t. 194.)


  • Musci Indici; or list of Mosses collected in the East Indies bj Dr. Wallich (by W. H. Harvey); to which are added thost lected by Dr. Royle in the northern part of India (by J. D. H.). (Hook. Journ. Bot. 184b, vol. ii. pp. 1-21.)
  • Contributions towards a Flora of Van Diemen's Land, chiefly from the collections of Ronald Gunn, Esq., and the late Mr. Lawrence. (Hook. Journ. Bot. 1840, vol. ii. pp. 399-421.)
  • Entosthodon obtusifolius, E. Mathewsii, E. latifolius, nn. spp. (Hook. Ic. PL 1840, vol. iii. t. 245); Tridontium tasmannicum, n. sp. (t. 248); Stackhousia flava, n. sp. (t. 269); Boronia nana, n. sp. (t. 270); Stenopetalum incisifolium, n. sp. (t. 276); BaecJcia thymifolia, B. prostrata, B. affinis, nn. spp. (t. 284); Myriophyllum variaefolium, n. sp. (t. 289); Goniocarpus serpyllifolius, n. sp. (t. 290); Claytonia australasica, n. sp. (t. 293); Calandrinia calyptrata, n. sp. (t. 296); Epilobium macranthum, n. sp. (t. 297); Baeckia leptocaulis, n. sp. (t. 298); Milligania cordifolia, n. sp. (t. 299); Caldasia argentea, n. sp. (t. 300).


  • Xanthosia dissecta, n. sp. (Hook. Ic. PI. 1841, vol. iv. t. 302); Hydrocotyle cordifolia, n. sp. (t. 303); Didiscus humilis, n. sp. (t. 304); Meionectes Brownii, n. sp. (t. 306); Didiscus pilosus (t. 307); Leptospermum rupestre, n., sp. (t. 308); Baeckia micraniha (t. 309); Tillaea macrantha, n. sp. (t. 310); Goniocarpus vernicosus, n. sp. (t. 311); Hydrocotyle tripartita (t. 312).


  • On the examination of some fossil wood from Macquarie Plains, Tasmania. (Tasmanian Journ. Nat. Sci. 1842, vol. i. p. 24.)


  • Notes on the Botany of H.M. discovery ships 'Erebus and Terror,' in the Antarctic Voyage; with some account of the Tussac Grass of the Falkland Islands. (By W. J. Hooker, from letters of J. D. H.) (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1843, vol. ii. pp. 247-329.) Reprint. London, 1843.


  • The Botany of the Antarctic Voyage of H.M. discovery ships ' Erebus ' and ' Terror ' in the years 1839-1843, under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross
    • Part I. Flora antarctica. London, 1844-1847. 2 vols., xii + 574 pp., 198 pi. 4to. (Pp. 289-302 translated in Ann. Sci. Nat. ser. 3, Bot. 1846, vol. v. pp. 193-225, pi. 5-9.)
    • Part II. Flora Novae-Zelandiae. Vol. i., Flowering Plant* London, 1853-1855. xxxix + 312 pp., pi. 1-70.— Vol. ii Flowerless Plants. 1855. 378 pp., pi. 71-130. 4to.
    • Introductory Essay, pp. i-xxxix reprinted, London, 185^ (Analysis of the Introductory Essay, pp. ii-xxxvi by A. Gra in Amer. Journ. Sci. Arts, 1854, ser. 2, vol. xvii. pp. 241-251 334-350.)
    • Part III. Flora Tasmaniae. Vol.i.,Dicotyledones. Londor 1855-1860. cxxviii + 18 + 359 pp., pi. 1-100.— Vol. ii Monocotyledones and Acotyledones. 1860. 422 pp., pi. 101 200. 4to.
    • Introductory Essay, pp. i-cxxviii reprinted, Londoi 1859. (Pp. i-xxix, c-cv reprinted in Amer. Journ. Sc Arts, 1860, vol. xxix. pp. 1-25, 305-326; pp. i-xxvi translate in Oesterr. Bot. Zeitschr. 1861, vol. xi. pp. 65-81, 118-12? 155-167.)
  • Some account of a new Elaeodendron from New Zealand. (Hool Lond. Journ. Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 228-230, pi. 8.)
  • Catalogue of the names of a Collection of Plants made by Mr. Wn Stephenson, in New Zealand. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 184 vol. iii. pp. 411-418.)
  • Hepaticae Antarcticae; being characters and brief descriptions < the Hepaticae discovered in the southern circumpolar regior during the voyage of H.M. discovery ships ' Erebus ' aD ' Terror.' (By J. D. H. and T. Taylor.) (Hook. Lond. Jouri Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 454-480.)
  • Notes on the Cider Tree (Eucalyptus Gunnii). (Hook. Lond. Jour] Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 496-501.)
  • Musci Antarctici; being characters, with brief descriptions, of tl new species of Mosses discovered during the voyage of H.} discovery ships ' Erebus ' and ' Terror ' in the southern ci cumpolar regions, together with those of Tasmania and Ne Zealand. (By J. D. H. and W. Wilson.) (Hook. Lond. Jour: Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 533-556.)
  • Hepaticae Novae Zelandiae et Tasmaniae; being characters ar brief descriptions of the Hepaticae discovered in the Islaru of New Zealand and Van Diemen's Land, during the voyage of H.M. discovery ships 'Erebus' and 'Terror,' togeth with those collected by R. C. Gunn and W. Colenso. (I J. D. H. and T. Taylor.) (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 184 vol. iii. pp. 556-582.)
  • Lichenes Antarctici; being characters and brief descriptions of tl new Lichens discovered in the southern circumpolar regioD Van Diemen's Land, and New Zealand, during the voyage H.M. discovery ships ' Erebus ' and ' Terror.' (By J. D. I and T. Taylor.) (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1844, vol. iii. pp. 634-658.)
  • Lomaria Colensoi, n. sp. (Hook. Ic. PL 1844, vol. vii. t. 628); Myrtus pedunculata, n. sp. (t. 629); Fagus fusca, n. sp. tt. 630, 631) ; Callixene parviflora, n. sp. (t. 632) ; Loranihus Colensoi, n. sp. (t. 633) ; Ranunculus macropus, n. sp. (t. 634); Gentiana bellidifolia, n. sp. (t. 635); G. Grisebachii, n. sp. (t. 636); Fagus Solandri, n. sp. (t. 639); Veronica nivea, n. sp. (t. 640); V. diffusa, n. sp. (t. 645); Fagus Menziesii, n. sp. (t. 652); F. cliffortioides, n. sp. (t. 673); Stellaria decipiens, n. sp. (t. 680); Epilobium confertifolium (t. 685); Cardamine corymbosa (t. 686).


  • Hepaticae Antarcticae, supplementum; or specific characters, with brief descriptions, of some additional species of the Hepaticae of the Antarctic regions, New Zealand, and Tasmania, together with a few from the Atlantic Islands and New Holland. (By J. D. H. and T. Taylor.) (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1845, vol. iv. pp. 79-97.)
  • On the Huon Pine, and on Microcachrys, a new genus of Coniferae from Tasmania; together with remarks upon the geographical distribution of that order in the Southern Hemisphere. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1845, vol. iv. pp. 137-157, p 1 - 6 ')
  • Algae Antarcticae, being characters and descriptions of the hitherto unpublished species of Algae, discovered in Lord Auckland's Group, Campbell's Island, Kerguelen's Land, Falkland Islands, Cape Horn, and other circumpolar regions, during the voyage of H.M. discovery ships,

'Erebus' and 'Terror.' (By J. D. H. and W. H. Harvey.) (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1845, vol. iv. pp. 249-276, 293-298.)

  • Algae Novae Zelandiae; being a catalogue of all the species of Algae yet recorded as inhabiting the shores of New Zealand, with characters and brief descriptions of the new species discovered during the voyage of H.M. discovery ships 'Erebus' and 'Terror'; and of others communicated to Sir W. Hooker by Dr. Sinclair, the Rev. W. Colenso, and M. Eaoul. (By J. D. H. and W. H. Harvey.) (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1845, vol. iv. pp. 521-551; vol. vii. pp. 443-445.)
  • On Fitchia, a new genus of arborescent Compositae (Trib. Cichora-ceae), from Elizabeth Island (lat. 26°, long. 125° W.), in the South Pacific. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1845, vol. iv. pp. 640-643, pi. 23, 24.)
  • Note on some marine animals, brought up by deep-sea dredging, vol. n 2 i during the Antarctic Voyage of Captain Sir James C. Ross. (Ann. Nat. Hist. 1845, vol. xvi. pp. 238-239.) Aralia polaris. (Hook. Ic. PL 1845, vol. viii. t. 747.)


  • Note on a fossil plant from the Fish River, South Africa. (Trans. Geol. Soc. 1846, vol. vii. p. 227.)
  • Description of Pleuropetalum, a new genus of Portulaceae, from the Galapagos Islands. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1846, vol. v. pp. 108-109, pi. 2.)
  • Description of a new genus of Compositae [Scleroleima], and a new species of Plantago [P. Gunnii], from the mountains of Tasmania. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1846, vol. v. pp. 444-447. pi. 13, 14.)


  • J. C. Ross, A voyage of discovery and research in the Southerr and Antarctic Regions, during the years 1839-43, vol. i. pp. 83-87, 144-149, 158-163 (cp. Appendix v. pp. 341-346); vol. ii. pp. 5-8, 245-253, 261-S77, 288-302. London, 1847
  • Florae Tasmaniae Spicilegium ; or Contributions towards a Flora of Van Diemen's Land. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1847 vol. vi. pp. 106-125, 265-286, 461 [bis]-479 [bis].)
  • Botany of the Niger Expedition; notes on Madeira plants. (B\ W. J. Hooker and J. D. H.). (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1847 vol. vi. pp. 125-139.)
  • Description of a new species of Lysipoma, from the Andes oi Columbia. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1847, vol. vi. pp. 286- 287, pi. 9a.)
  • Algae Tasmanicae; being a catalogue of the species of Algae collected on the shores of Tasmania, with characters of the ne\* species. (By J. D. H. and W. H. Harvey.) (Hook. Lond Journ. Bot. 1847, vol. vi. pp. 397-417.)


  • On the diatomaceous vegetation of the Antarctic Ocean. (Brit Assoc. Rep. 1847 [1848], pt. 2, pp. 83-85.)
  • On the vegetation of the Carboniferous period, as compared witl that of the present day (Mem. Geol. Survey, 1848, vol. ii pp. 387-430; Edinburgh New Phil. Journ. 1848, vol. xlv pp. 362-369 ; vol. xlvi. pp. 73-78 ; pp. 398-400 reprinted ir Amer. Journ. Sci. Arts, 1849, vol. viii. pp. 131-133.)
  • On some peculiarities in the structure of Stigmaria. (Mem. Geol Survey, 1848, vol. ii. pp. 431-439.)
  • Remarks on the structure and affinities of some Lepidostrobi. (Mem. Geol. Survey, 1848, vol. ii. pp. 440-456.)
  • Observations made when following the Grand Trunk Road across the hills of Upper Bengal, Paras-Nath, &c. in the Soane Valley; and on the Kymaor branch of the Vindhya hills. (Journ. As. Soc. Bengal, 1848, vol. xvii. pt. 2, pp. 355-411 ; translated in Berghaus, Zeitschr. fur Erdk. 1849, vol. ix. pp. 230-242.) Reprint. Calcutta, 1849.
  • Botanical mission to India. (Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot. 1848, vol. vii. pp. 237-268, 297-321 ; Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1849, vol. i. pp. 1-14, 41-56, 81-89, 113-120, 129-136, 161-175, 226-233, 274-282, 301-308, 331-336, 337-344, 361-370 ; 1850, vol. ii. pp. 1,1-23, 52-59, 88-91, 112-118, 145-151, 161-173, 213-218, 244-249.)
  • Letters to A. von Humboldt, 1848-1849. (Translated in Berghaus, Zeitschr. fur Erdk. vol. ix. p. 230 ; Berghaus, Geogr. Jahrb. vol. i.)


  • The Rhododendrons of Sikkim-Himalaya. (Edited by W. J. Hooker.) London, 1849-1851. 14 + 7 pp., 30 pi. with descriptive text. fol. Notes, chiefly botanical, made during an excursion from Darjiling to Tonglo. (Journ. As. Soc. Bengal, 1849, vol. xviii. pt. 1, pp. 419-446; Journ. Hort. Soc. 1852, vol. vii. pp. 1-23.) Reprint. Calcutta, 1849.
  • Flora nigritiana. (By J. D. H. and G. Bentham.) (W. J. Hooker, Niger Flora, pp. 199-577, pi. 17-50. London, 1849. 8vo.)
  • Enumeration of the Plants of the Galapagos Islands, with descriptions of the new species. (Proc. Linn. Soc. 1849, vol. i. pp. 276-279; Trans. Linn. Soc. 1851, vol. xx. pp. 163-234.)
  • Extract from a letter to Professor Wheatstone [on the temperature of the soil in Egypt, &c.]. (Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1848 [1849], pt. 2, pp. 17-19.)


  • Letter from Churra Poonji, Khasiah Hills. (Gard. Chron. 1850, pp. 694, 710.) Webb and Berthelot, Histoire Naturelle des lies Canaries, vol. iii. pt. 3, 1836-1850, pp. 430-432.— Balanophoreae.


  • A. fourth excursion to the passes into Tibet by the Donkiah Lah. (Journ. Geogr. Soc. 1851, vol. xx. pp. 49-52, with map.)
  • On the physical character of Sikkim-Himalaya ; a letter to A. vo] Humboldt, 1850. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1851, vol. ii: pp. 21-31.) Reprint, with sketch-map.
  • On the vegetation of the Galapagos Archipelago, as compared wit that of some other tropical islands and of the continent c America. (Proc. Linn. Soc. 1849, vol. i. pp. 313-314; Trans Linn. Soc. 1851, vol. xx. pp. 235-262.)
  • Report on substances as used as Food. (Report of Juries, Class III Great Exhibition, London, 1851, pp. 123-162.)


  • Description of a new species of Amomum, from tropical West Africa (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1852, vol. iv. pp. 129-130, pi. 5 Pharm. Journ. vol. xii. pp. 192-194.
  • On the climate and vegetation of the temperate and cold region of East Nepal and the Sikkim-Himalaya Mountains. (Jourr Hort. Soc. 1852, vol. vii. pp. 69-131 ; Journ. Agric. Soc. Indi; 1854, vol. viii. pp. 35-65, 73-95.) Reprint. London, 1852.
  • Report of enquiry into the best mode of detecting vegetable sul stances mixed with Coffee for the purposes of Adulteratioi &c. (By J. Lindley and J. D. H.) London, 1852. 8 + 13 pp 3 + 4 col. pi. fol. Lithographed.
  • Luminous plants. (Gard. Chron. 1852, p. 86.)
  • Fagus Gunnii, n. sp. (Hook. Ic. PI. 1852, vol. ix. t. 881); Cardi mine radicata, n. sp. (t. 882); Rhododendron Lowii, n. sj (t. 883); R. verticillatum (t. 884); R. rugosum y n. sp. (t. 885) R. acuminatum, n. sp. (t. 886); R. ericoides, n. sp. (t. 887) Nepenthes villosa, n. sp. (t. 888); Phyllocladus hypophylla, n. S] (t. 889); Rhododendron buxifolium, n. sp. (t. 890); Vacciniui buxifolium, n. sp. (t. 891); V. coriaceum, n. sp. (t. 892); LepU spermum recurvum, n. sp. (t. 893); Diplycosia ciliolata, n. s\ (t. 894); Drapetes ericoides, n. sp. (t. 895); Drimys piperiu n. sp. (t. 896); Agalmyla tuberculata, n. sp. (t. 897); Leua pogon lancifolius, n. sp. (t. 898).


  • On the distribution and organic contents of the ' Ludlow Bon Bed,' in the districts of Woolhope and May Hill. With note on the seed-like bodies found in it. (By J. D. H. an H. E. Strickland.) (Journ. Geol. Soc. 1853, vol. ix. pp. 8-12
  • On a new genus [Milligania] and some new species of Tasmania plants. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1853, vol. v. pp. 296-30( pi. 7-9.)
  • Note on the occurrence of an eatable Nostoc in the Arctic Regions an in the mountains of Central Asia. (Phytologist, 1853, vol. iv. pp. 856-859; Proc. Linn. Soc. 1855, vol. ii. pp. 166-169.)\
  • Lindley, The Vegetable Kingdom, ed. 3, 1853, pp. 88-90, 94.— Balanophoraceae, Mystropetalinae .
  • Botanical Expedition to Oregon ; a review. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot., 1853, vol. v. pp. 315-317.)


  • Himalayan Journals; or notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia mountains, &c. London, 1854. Vol. i. xviii + 408 pp., 5 col. pi., 2 maps. Vol. ii. xii + 487 pp., 7 col. pi.— Ed. 2. London, 1855. Vol. i. xviii + 348 pp. Vol. ii. xii + 345 pp. — Another ed. Minerva Library, London, 1891, 1 vol., xxxii + 574 pp., 13 pi., 2 maps. — Ee-issue. London, 1905. 606 pp. 8vo. (Vol I -(transcription project); Vol II - (transcription project);
  • Notes on the fossil plants from Reading. (Journ. Geol. Soc. 1854, vol. x. pp. 163-166.)
  • On a new species of Volkmannia (V. Morrisii). (Journ. Geol. Soc. 1854, vol. x. pp. 199-202.)
  • On the structure and affinities of Trigonocarpon (a fossil fruit of the coal-measures). (Proc. Roy. Soc. 1854-55, vol. vii. pp. 28-31 ; Ann. Nat. Hist. 1854, vol. xiv. pp. 209-212.)
  • On the functions and structure of the rostellum of Listera ovata. (Phil. Trans. 1854, pp. 259-264 ; translated in Ann. Sci. Nat. 1855, ser. 4, Bot., vol. iii. pp. 8b-90.)
  • On some species of Amomum, collected in Western Tropical Africa by Dr. Daniell, Staff Surgeon. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1854, vol. vi. pp. 289-297.) Reprint. London, 1854.
  • On Maddenia and Diplarche, new genera of Himalayan plants. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1854, vol. vi. pp. 380-384, pi. 11-12.) Reprint. London, 1854.
  • Rhododendron anthopogon. (Gard. Chron. 1854, p. 182.)
  • On the possibility of impregnating ovules after the removal of the stigma. (Gard. Chron. 1854, p, 629.)
  • Lomaria nigra (Hook. Ic. PI. 1854, vol. x. t. 960) ; Lycopodium scariosum, var. decurrens (t. 966) ; Lomaria vulcanica (t. 969) ; Asplenium adiantoides, var. Richardi (t. 977) ; A. adiantoides, var. minus (t. 983) ; A. adiantoides, var. Colensoi (t. 984) ; Cyathea Cunninghami, n. sp. (t. 985).


  • Flora indica : being a systematic account of the plants of British India, together with observations on the structure and affinities of their natural orders and genera. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) Vol. i. [all published] xvi + 280 + 285 pp., 2 maps. London, 1855. 8vo.
  • Illustrations of Himalayan Plants, chiefly . . . made for the late J. F. Cathcart ... the plates . . . by W. H. Fitch. London, 1855. iv pp., 24 pi. with descriptive text. fol.
  • On the structure of certain Limestone nodules enclosed in seams of Bituminous Coal, with a description of some Trigonocarpons contained in them. (By J. D. H. and E. W. Binney.) (Phil. Trans. 1855, pp. 149-156.)
  • On some minute seed vessels (Garpolithes ovulum, Brongniart) from the Eocene beds of Lewisham. (Journ. Geol. Soc. 1855, vol. xi. pp. 562-565.)
  • On some small seed-vessels (Folliculites minutulus, Bronn) from the Bovey Tracey Coal. (Journ. Geol. Soc. 1855, vol. xi. pp. 566-570.)
  • On Hodgsonia, Hook. fil. et Thorns., a new and remarkable genus of Gucurbitaceae. (Proc. Linn. Soc. 1855, vol. ii. pp. 257-259.)
  • On some remarkable spherical exostoses developed on the roots of various species of Coniferae. (Proc. Linn. Soc. 1855, vol. ii. pp. 335*-336*.)
  • On Decaisnea, a remarkable new genus of the tribe Lardizabaleae. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Proc. Linn. Soc. 1855, vol. ii. pp. 349-351.)
  • On Enkyanthus himalaicus and Gassiope selaginoides, two new species of Himalayan Ericaceae. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1855, vol. vii. pp. 124-126, pi. 3, 4.)
  • On Chortodes, a subgenus of Flagellaria, from the Isle of Pines (New Caledonia). (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1855, vol. vii. pp. 198-200, pi. 6.)
  • Longevity of seeds. (Gard. Chron. 1855, pp. 805-806.)


  • On the structure and affinities of Balanophoreae. (Trans. Linn. Soc. 1856, vol. xxii. pp. 1-68, pi. 1-16.)
  • On three new species of Acrotrema, from Ceylon. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1856, vol. viii. pp. 241-243.)
  • Geographie Botanique Eaisonnee . . . par M. Alph. de Candolle ; a review (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1856, vol. viii. pp. 54-64, 82-88, 112-121, 151-157, 181-191, 214-219, 248-256). Keprint. London, 1866.


  • On some Collections of Arctic Plants, chiefly made by Dr. Lyall, Dr. Anderson, Herr Miertsching, and Mr. Rae, during the Expeditions in search of Sir John Franklin, under Sir John Richardson, Sir Edward Belcher, and Sir Robert M'Clure. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1857, vol. i. pp. 114-124.)
  • On the botany of Raoul Island, one of the Kermadec group in the South Pacific Ocean. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1857, vol. i. pp. 125-129.)
  • On the growth and composition of the ovarium of Siphonodon celastrineus, Griffith, especially with reference to the subject of its placentation. (Trans. Linn. Soc. 1857, vol. xxii. pp. 133-141, pi. 26.)
  • Descriptions of two new Dilleniaceous plants from New Caledonia and Tropical Australia. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 47-49, pi. 1, 2.)
  • On Notospartium, a new genus of Leguminosae from New Zealand. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 176-177, pi. 3.)

On Bryocarpum, a new genus of Himalayan Primulaceae. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 199-200, pi. 5.)

  • On Loxodiscus, a new genus of Sapindaceae, from New Caledonia. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 200-201, pi. 6.)
  • On three new Indian Scrophularineae, with description of Lancea, gen. nov. (By J. D.H. and T.Thomson.) (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 243-246, pi. 7, 8.)
  • On a new species of Diapensia, from the Eastern Himalaya. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 372-373, pi. 12.)
  • British North American Exploring Expedition [Additional Instructions]. (Hook. Kew Journ. Bot. 1857, vol. ix. pp. 216-219.)


  • Enumeratio plantarum Zeylaniae : an enumeration of Ceylon plants with descriptions of the new and little-known genera and species, observations on their habitats, uses, native names, &c. (By G. H. K. Thwaites, assisted by J. D. H.) London, 1858-1864. viii + 483 pp. 8vo.
  • Praecursores ad Floram Indicam : being sketches of the natural families of Indian plants, with remarks on their distribution, structure, and affinities. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1858, vol. ii. pp. 1-29, 54-103, 163-180, pi. 2 ; 1860, vol. iv. pp. 106-157 ; 1861, vol. v. pp. 128-181.)
  • Cynoglossum nobile, n. sp. (Gard. Chron. 1858, p. 240.)


  • On the origin and development of the pitchers of Nepenthes, with an account of some new Bornean plants of that genus. (Trans. Linn. Soc. 1859, vol. xxii. pp. 415-424, pi. 69-74; translated in Ann. Sci. Nat., ser. 4, Bot., 1859, vol. xii. pp. 222-231.)
  • On a new genus of Balanophoreae (Dactylanthus Taylori) from New Zealand, and two new species of Balanophora (B. Harlandi and B. Lowii). (Trans. Linn. Soc. 1859, vol. xxii. pp. 425-427, pi. 75.)


  • The monstrous Begonia frigida at Kew, in relation to Mr. Darwin's ' Theory of Natural Selection.' (Ann. Nat. Hist. 1860, vol. v. pp. 350-352.)
  • Vaccinium rugosum, n. sp. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Gard. Chron. 1860, p. 384.)
  • On the species of Cordyline now in cultivation from New Zealand and Australia. (Gard. Chron. 1860, pp. 791-792 ; translated in Belgique Horticole 1861, vol. xi. pp. 66-70.)


  • On Fropiera, a new Mauritian genus of calycifloral exogens, of doubtful affinity. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1861, vol. v. pp. 1-2, pi. 1.)
  • On Barteria, a new genus of Passifloreae, from the Niger Biver. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1861, vol. v. pp. 14-15, pi. 2.)
  • An account of the Plants collected by Dr. Walker in Greenland and Arctic America during the Expedition of Sir Francis M'Clintock, R.N., in the Yacht 'Fox.' (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1861, vol. v. pp. 79-88.)
  • Colonial Floras. (Nat. Hist. Review, 1861, pp. 255-266.)


  • Genera Plantarum ad exemplaria imprimis in herbariis kewensibus servata definita. (By G. Bent ham and J. D. H.) London, 1862-1883. 3 vols, 8vo. [For the joint and separate work of the authors, see Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1883, vol. xx. pp. 304-308.]
  • Illustrations of the Floras of the Malayan Archipelago and of Tropical Africa. (Trans. Linn. Soc 1862, vol. xxiii. pp. 155- 172, pi. 20-28.)
  • Outlines of the distribution of Arctic plants. (Read June 21, 1860; Trans. Linn. Soc. 1862, vol. xxiii. pp. 251-348, with map ; pp. 251-276 and 281-309 reprinted in an abridged form in Admiralty Arctic Manual, London, 1875, pp. 197-238.)
  • On three Oaks of Palestine. (Trans. Linn. Soc 1862, vol. xxiii. pp. 381-387, pi. 36-38.)
  • On the vegetation of Clarence Peak, Fernando Po; with Descriptions of the Plants collected by Mr. Gustav Mann on the higher parts of that mountain. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1862, vol. vi. pp. 1-23.)
  • On the Cedars of Lebanon, Taurus, Algeria, and India. (Nat. Hist. Review, 1862, pp. 11-18, pi. 1-3.)


  • On Welwitschia, a new genus of Gnetaceae. (Trans. Linn. Soc. 1863, vol. xxiv. pp. 1-48, pi. 1-14 ; translated in Flora, 1863, pp. 459-464, 473-479, 489-496, 506-510, 513-520; and in Diario de Lisboa, Jun. 2, 1863.)
  • On a new Heliconia with the habits of a Musa, sent from New Grenada by Dr. A. Anthoine to the Royal Gardens, Kew. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1863, vol. vii. pp. 68-69.)
  • Note on the embryo of Ancistrocladus. (By J. D. H. and G. Bentham.) (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1863, vol. vii. p. 111.)
  • The Botany of Syria and Palestine. (W. Smith's Diet. Bible, vol. ii., London, 1863.)
  • Enumeration of the Mountain Flowering Plants and Ferns . . . of the Cameroons Mountains, of Clarence Peak, Fernando Po, and of the Peak of San Thome. (Burton : Abeokuta and the Cameroons Mountains, vol. ii. pp. 270-277. London, 1863.)
  • A. F. Henslow, Cotton and the want of it. London, 1863. 19 pp., 2 pi. 16mo. (Botanical description by J. D. H.)


  • Handbook of the New Zealand Flora, &c London, 1864-67. 15* + lxviii -f 798 pp. 8vo.
  • On the Plants of the Temperate Regions of the Cameroons Mountains and Islands in the Bight of Benin ; collected by Mr. Gustav Mann, Government Botanist. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1864, vol. vii. pp. 171-240, pi. 1 ; pp. 171-181 translated in Petermann, Mitteilungen, 1865, pp. 22-26.)
  • On the Genus Euptelea, Sieb. & Zucc. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson.) (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1864, vol. vii. pp. 240-243, pi. 2.)
  • Note on the replacement of species in the Colonies and elsewhere. (Nat. Hist. Review, 1864, pp. 123-127.)
  • Epistephium Williamsii, n. sp. (Curtis's Bot. Mag. 1864, t. 5485.)


  • Curtis's Botanical Magazine, comprising the Plants of the Royal Gardens of Kew and of other botanical establishments in Great Britain ; with suitable descriptions. Vols, xci.-cxxx. London, 1865-1904, pi. 5486-7991. 8vo. (Vols, cxxix.-cxxx. assisted by W. B. Hemsley.)
  • Catalogue of the plants distributed at the Royal Gardens, Kew . . . from the Herbaria of Griffith, Falconer, and Heifer. London, 1865, 37 pp. 8vo.
  • Description of a new genus (Brandisia) of Scrophularineae from Martaban. (By J. D. H. and T. Thomson). (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1865, vol. viii. pp. 11-12, pi. 4.)
  • On the identity of Pinus Pence, Griseb., of Macedonia, with the P. excelsa of the Himalaya Mountains. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1865, vol. viii. pp. 145-147.)
  • Discovery of Asplenium viride, in New Brunswick. (Nat. Hist. Review, 1865, p. 150.)


  • Reports on the progress and condition of the Royal gardens at Kew during the years 1865-1882. London, 1866-1884. 8vo.
  • Description of some new and remarkable species of Aristolochia from Western Tropical Africa : Aristolochia Goldieana, A. triactina, A. Mannii. (Trans. Linn. Soc. 1866, vol. xxv. pp. 185-188, pi. 14.)
  • Lecture on Insular Floras, delivered before the British Association for the Advancement of Science at Nottingham, Aug. 27, 1866. (Gard. Chron. 1867, pp: 6-7, 27, 50-51, 75-76 ; Journ. Bot. 1867, vol. v. pp. 23-31 ; translated in Ann. Sci. Nat. 1866, ser. 5, Bot., vol. vi. pp. 267-299.) Reprint. London, 1867.


  • Hooker's Icones Plantarum ; or figures, with descriptive characters and remarks, of new and rare plants, selected from the Kew herbarium. Vols, xi.-xx., pt. 1. London, 1867-1890. tt. 1001-1925. 8vo. (Editor and part author.)
  • Boott, Illustrations of the genus Carex. Part iv. London, 1867. Pp. 127-233, pi. 412-600. fol. (Edited by J. D. H.)
  • Martius, Flora Brasiliensis, vol. xiv. pt. ii., 1867, pp. 1-76, pi. 1-22. — Rosaceae.
  • On the struggle for existence amongst plants. (Popular Sci. Review, 1867, vol. vi. pp. 131-139.)
  • Begonia Veitchii, n. sp. (Gard. Chron. 1867, p. 734.)


  • W. H. Harvey, The genera of South African plants. Ed. 2. London, 1868. lii + 483 pp. (Edited by J. D. H.)
  • Oliver, Flora of Tropical Africa :
    • Vol. i. 1868, pp. 298-303.— Impatiens.
    • Vol. ii., 1871, pp. 439-464, 521-580.— Melastomaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Begoniaceae.
  • On seeds and saplings of forest trees. (Canadian Naturalist, 1886, vol. iii. pp. 453-457.)


  • Presidential Address to the British Association, Norwich, 1868. (Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1868 [1869], pp. 58-75.)
  • On the true Fuchsia coccinea, Aiton. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1869, vol. x. pp. 458-461.)


  • The Students' Flora of the British Islands. London, 1870. xx -J- 504 pp. Ed. 2. lb., 1878. xx + 539 pp. Ed. 3. lb., 1884.

xxiii + 563 pp. 8vo.

  • Nepenthes. (Nature, 1870, vol. iii. pp. 147-148; Journ. Bot. 1871, vol. ix. pp. 49-50.)


  • The ascent of the Great Atlas. (Proc. Roy. Geogr. Soc. 1871, vol. xv. pp. 212-221 ; Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1871 [1872], sect, rep., pp. 179-180.) Reprint. London, 1871.
  • The Admiralty Manual of Scientific Enquiry, ed. 4, article xv. Botany, pp. 377-384. (By W. J. Hooker, revised by J. D. H.) London, 1871.
  • Plants of the peninsula of Sinai (determined by D. Oliver). (E. H. Palmer's Desert of the Exodus. London, 1871.)


  • The Flora of British India. (By J. D. H., assisted by various botanists.) London, 1872-1897. 7 vols. 8vo. Editor throughout ; author of the following Orders : —
    • Vol. I., 1872-1875. xl + 740 pp. — Ranunculaceae, Dilleniaceae, Magnoliaceae, Anonaceae, Menispermaceae, Berberideae, Nymphaeaceae, Papaveraceae, Fumariaceae (with T. Thomson) ; Cruciferae (with T. Anderson) ; Capparideae, Resedaceae, Viol- aceae, Bixineae, Pittosporeae (with T. Thomson) ; Caryophylleae (with M. P. Edge worth) ; Lineae, Malpighiaceae ; Zygophylleae, Geraniaceae (excl. Balsamineae) (with M. P. Edge worth) ; Balsamineae, Rutaceae, Chailletiaceae, Ilicineae. (transcription project)
    • Vol. II., 1876-1880. 792 + 1 ^.—Sabiaceae, Anacardiaceae, Coriarieae, Moringeae, Connaraeeae, Rosaceae.
    • Vol. III., 1880-1882. 712 ^.—Rubiaceae, Compositae, Primulaceae, Apocynaceae.
    • Vol. IV., 1883-1885. 780 pp. — Asclepiadaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Orobanchaceae, Selagineae, Labiatae, Plantagineae, Nyctagineae, Illecebraceae, Amarantaceae.
    • Vol. V., 1886-1890. 910 ^.—Chenopodiaceae, Phytolaccaaceae, Polygonaceae, Podostemonaceae, Nepenthaceae, Cytinaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Piperaceae, Chloranthaceae, Myristiceae, Monimiaceae, Laurineae, Proteaceae, Thymelaeaceae, Elaeagnaceae, Loranthaceae, Santalaceae, Balanophoreae, Euphorbiaceae, Urticaceae (excl. Ficus et Artocarpus), Juglandeae, Myricaceae, Casuarineae, Cupuliferae, Salicineae, Ceratophylleae, Gnetaceae, Coniferae, Hydrocharideae, Burmanniaceae, Orchideae.
    • Vol. VI. , 1890-1894. 748 pp. — Orchideae, Haemodor aceae, Irideae, Amaryllideae, Taccaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Roxburghiaceae, Liliaceae, Pontederiaceae, Philydraceae, Xyridaceae, Commelinaceae, Flagellarieae, Juncaceae ; Palmeae (with 0. Beccari) ; Pandaneae, Typhaceae, Aroideae, Lemnaceae, Triurideae, Alismaceae, Naiadaceae, Eriocauleae.
    • Vol. VII., 1896-1897. 842 ^.—Gramineae (with 0. Stapf and J. S. Gamble).
  • Kew Gardens and the National Herbarium. (Nature, 1872, vol. vii. pp. 45-46, 103.)


  • Le Maout and Decaisne, A General System of Botany, descriptive and analytical ; translated by Mrs. Hooker, with additions, appendix and synopsis of Orders by J. D. H. London, 1873. xii -f 1066 pp. 4to.
  • De Candolle, Prodromus systematis naturalis, regni vegetabilis, vol. xvii. 1873, pp. 90-116. — Nepenthaceae, Cytinaceae.
  • Hololachne Shawiana, n. sp., Apocynum Hendersonii, n. sp. Deyeuxia anthoxanthoides, n. sp. (Henderson and Hume, Lahore to Yarkand, pp. 313, 327, 339, with plates. London, 1873.)
  • On Melianthus Trimenianus, Hk. f., and the affinities of Greyia Sutherlandi. (Journ. Bot. 1873, vol. xi. pp. 353-358, pi. 138.)
  • The production of Honeydew. (Entomologist, 1873, vol. vi. pp. 463-464.)
  • Potato Disease. Answers to Circular addressed to Cultivators of Potatoes in the counties of Ross, Inverness, Nairn and Moray. (By Col. J. A. Grant, with remarks by Prof. Church and J. D. H.) Inverness, 1873. 8vo.


  • Address to the Depart, of Bot. and Zool. of the Brit. Assoc, at Belfast, Aug. 1874. — The carnivorous habits of plants. (Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1874 [1875], pp. 102-116; Nature, 1874, vol. x. pp. 366-372 ; translated in Revue Scientif . 1874, vol. vii. pp. 481-489.) Reprint. London, 1874.
  • Notes on some plants from Smith Sound collected by Dr. Bessels. (A. H. Markham, A Whaling Cruise to Baffin's Bay and the Gulf of Boothia, p. 296. London, 1874. Reprinted in Admiralty Arctic Manual, 1875, p. 321.)


  • On the subalpine vegetation of Kilima Njaro, E. Africa. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1875, vol. xiv. pp. 141-146.)
  • On Hydnora americana, R. Br. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1875, vol. xiv. pp. 182-188.)
  • On the discovery of Phylica arborea, Thouars, a tree of Tristan d'Acunha, in Amsterdam Island in the S. Indian Ocean ; with an enumeration of the phanerogams and vascular cryptogams of that island and of St. Paul. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1875, vol. xiv. pp. 474-480.)
  • Observations on some Indian species of Garcinia. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1875, vol. xiv. pp. 484-486.)
  • Presidential address to the Royal Society, Nov. 1875. — The scientific work of the year, &c London, 1875. 25 pp. (Proc Roy. Soc. 1875 [1876], vol. xxiv. pp. 72-94.)
  • Instructions in Botany. (Admiralty Arctic Manual, 1875, Instructions, pp. 62-67.)


  • Botany. (Macmillan & Co.'s Science Primers.) Ed. 1. London, Feb. 1876 ; reprinted Nov. 1876. Ed. 2. 1877 ; reprinted 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, June 1883, Oct. 1883, May 1884, Oct. 1884, 1885. Ed. 3. 1886 ; reprinted 1887, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1894, 1897, 1900, 1904, 1909. 16mo. Portuguese translation from the second English edition. (By J. A. Henriques.) Porto e Braga, 1877.
  • Evidences of ancient glaciers in central France. (Nature, 1876. vol. xiii. pp. 31-32.)
  • Presidential address to the Royal Society, Nov. 1876. — The scientifiwork of the year, &c London, 1876. 27 pp. (Proc. RoSoc 1876 [1877], vol. xxv. pp. 339-362.


  • Notes on the botany of the Rocky Mountains. (Nature, 1 vol. xvi. pp. 539-540 ; Amer. Journ. Sci. 1877, vol. xiv $6 505-509 ; Archives Sci. Phys. Nat. 1878, vol. lxiii. pp. 240-
  • Presidential address to the Royal Society, Nov. 1877. — The scientific work of the year, &c. London, 1877. 26 pp. (Proc. Roy. Soc. 1877 [1878], vol. xxvi. pp. 427-446.)


  • Journal of a tour in Marocco and the Great Atlas. (By J. D. H. and John Ball.) London, 1878. xvi + 499 pp., 8 pi., 1 map. 8vo. [Includes the following appendices by J. D. H. : —
    • D. On some of the economic plants of Marocco, pp. 386-404 ;
    • E. On the Canarian Flora as compared with the Maroccan, pp. 404-421 ; P. Comparison of the Maroccan Flora with that of the Mountains of Tropical Africa, pp. 421-423.]
  • G. S. Nares, Narrative of a Voyage to the Polar Sea during 1875-76 in H.M. ships ' Alert ' and ' Discovery/ vol. ii. appendix xiv., Botany, pp. 301-310. London, 1878. 8vo.
  • The distribution of the North American Flora. (Proc. Roy. Instit. 1879, vol. viii. pp. 568-580; Gard. Chron. 1878, vol. x. pp. 140-142, 216-217; translated in Ann. Sci. Nat. 1878, ser. 6, Bot., vol. vi. pp. 318-339.) Reprint. London, 1879. 13 pp. 8vo.
  • Presidential address to the Royal Society, Nov. 1878. — The scientific work of the year, &c. London, 1878. 28 pp. (Proc. Roy. Soc. 1878 [1879], vol. xxviii. pp. 43-63 ; Nature, 1878, vol. xix. pp. 109-113, 132-135.)


  • Observations on the botany of Kerguelen Island. (Phil. Trans. 1879, vol. clxviii. pp. 9-23, pi. 1-2.)
  • Epipactis helleborine. (Bot. Gaz. 1879, vol. iv. p. 225.)


  • On the discovery of a variety of cedar of Lebanon on the mountains of Cyprus ; with letter thereupon by Sir Samuel Baker, F.R.S. rj - (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1880, vol. xvii. pp. 517-519.)
  • V\ Smith, A Dictionary of the Bible, ed. 5. London, 1880. 8vo. P c (Botanical articles by J. D. H.)


  • idential address to the Geogr. Sect, of the Brit. Assoc, at York, Sept. 1, 1881.— On geographical distribution. (Brit. Assoc. AddrRep. 1881 [1882], pp. 727-738; Nature, 1881, vol. xxiv. B>p. 443-448.)
  • Notes on arctic plants. (A. H. Markham, A Polar Reconnaissance, App. A. London, 1881.)
  • Drosera spatulata. (Gard. Chron. 1881, vol. xvi. p. 852.)
  • Begonia socotrana, Jasminum gracillimum, Nepenthes Northiana, nn. spp. (Gard. Chron. 1881, vol. xv. pp. 8-9 ; vol. xvi. p. 717.)
  • The Compass Plant. (Gard. Chron. 1881, vol. xv. p. 74. Reprinted from Bot. Mag. t. 6534.)


  • The vegetation of the Rocky Mountain region and a comparison with, that of other parts of the world. (By J. D. H. and Asa Gray.) (Bull. U.S. Survey 1882, vol. vi. pp. 1-62.)
  • On Dyera, a new genus of rubber-producing plants belonging to the natural order Apocynaceae, from the Malayan Archipelago. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1882, vol. xix. pp. 291-293.)
  • On some undescribed and imperfectly known Indian Species of Primula and Androsace. (By George Watt, revised by J. H. D.) (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1882, vol. xx. pp. 1-18, pi. 1-18.)


  • Royal Gardens, Kew. Official Guide to the Museums of Economic Botany. No. 1. Dicotyledon and Gymnosperms. London, 1883 [1884]. 153 pp. 8vo.
  • Tropical African Mountain Flora. (Nature, 1884, vol. xxx. p. 635.)
  • Notes on the Flora of Parasnath. (By C. B. Clarke, with an introductory note by J. D. H.) (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1884, vol. xxi. pp. 252-255.)


  • Royal Gardens, Kew. Official Guide to the Royal Botanic Gardens and Arboretum. Ed. ' 29 ' [i.e. 30]. London, 1885. 184 pp. 8vo.


  • The Admiralty Manual of Scientific Enquiry, ed. 5, Article xiv. Botany, pp. 418-432. London, 1886.
  • On the Castilloa elastica of Cervantes, and some allied Rubber-yielding Plants. (Trans. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1886, ser. 2, vol. ii. pp. 209-215, pi. 27-28.)
  • The Himalayan Larch. (Gard. Chron. 1886, vol. xxv. p. 718, fig. 157.)
  • The Himalayan Silver Fir (Abies Webbiana). (Gard. Chron. 1886, vol. xxv. p. 788, figs. 174, 175.)
  • The Himalayan Hemlock Spruce (Tsuga Irunoniana). (Gard. Chron. 1886, vol. xxvi. p. 72.)
  • The Botany of the Rocky Mountain Region ; a review. (Nature, 1886, vol. xxxiii. pp. 433-435.)
  • A Sketch of the Flora of South Africa ; a review. (Nature, 1886, vol. xxxiv. pp. 77-79.)


  • Bentham, Handbook of the British Flora. Editions 5-8. London, 1887-1908. 8vo. (Revised by J. D. H.)
  • On Hydrothrix, a new genus of Pontederiaceae. (Ann. Bot. 1887, vol. i. pp. 89-94, pi. 7.)
  • Anniversary dinner of the Royal Society, 1887. Reply to the Toast . . . ' The Medallists,' Gloucester, 1887. 14 pp. 8vo.


  • The Royal Horticultural Society. (Gard. Chron. 1888, vol. iii. p. 171.)


  • Pachytheca. (Ann. Bot. 1889, vol. iii. pp. 135-140, pi. 8.)


  • Indian Orchideae. (Hook. Ic. PI. 1890, vol. xxi. tt. 2001-2050; 1891, tt. 2051-2075 ; 1892, tt. 2076-2100 ; 1892, vol. xxii. tt. 2101-2125; 1893, tt. 2126-2175; 1894, tt. 2176-2200; 1894, vol. xxiv. tt. 2317-2322, 2334, 2335.)
  • Eulogium on Robert Brown, delivered 1888 (Proc. Linn. Soc. 1890, pp. 54-67.)


  • Juncus nematocaulon, n. sp. (Hook. Ic. PI. 1892, vol. xxiii. t. 2234) ; J. sikkimensis, n. sp. (t. 2235).


  • Index kewensis plantarum phanerogamarum ... ad annum 1885 . . . sumptibus beati C. R. Darwin, ductu et consilio J. D. Hooker, confecit B. D. Jackson. Oxford, 1893-1895. 2 vols. 4to.


  • A Century of Indian Orchids. (Ann. Bot. Gard. Calcutta, 1895, vol. v. pt. 1, pp. 1-68, pi. 1-101.)
  • David Lyall, M.D. ; an obituary notice. (Journ. Bot. 1895, vol. xxxiii. pp. 209-211.)


  • Journal of the Eight Hon. Sir Joseph Banks during Captain Cook's first voyage. (Edited by J. D. H.) London. 1896. Hi. -f 466 pp., 2 portraits, 4 maps. 8vo.
  • Ischnochloa Falconeri, n. gen. et sp. (Hook. Ic. PL 1896, vol.xxv. t. 2466.)


  • A handbook to the Flora of Ceylon, containing descriptions of all the species of flowering plants indigenous to the island, and notes on their history, distribution, and uses. (By H. Trimen, continued by J. D.H.) Partiv. London, 1898. iii. + 384 pp. Partv. 1900. 477 pp., 2 maps. 8vo. Plates 76-100. 1898. 4to.


  • [Speech at] the opening of the new Botanical Department at the Glasgow University. (Ann. Bot. 1901, vol. xv. pp. 551-555.)
  • Rev. William Colenso. 1811-1899 ; obituary notice. (Year-book Roy. Soc. Lond. 1901, pp. 191-194 ; Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. 1904, vol. lxxv. pp. 57-60.)


  • A sketch of the life and labours of Sir William Jackson Hooker, with portrait [and bibliography]. (Ann. Bot. 1902, vol. xvi. pp. ix-ccxxi.)


  • The Imperial Gazetteer of India, ed. 3, vol. i. chap. 4, Botany, pp. 157-212. Oxford, 1907.— Advance issue, entitled 'A sketch of the flora of British India.' London, 1904. 55 pp. 8vo. Introduction etc. reprinted in Journ. Bot. 1904, vol. xlii. pp. 221-227, with portrait of author.— Reprint. Oxford, 1906. 60 pp. 8vo.
  • An epitome of the British Indian species of Impatiens. (Rec. Bot* Surv. India, 1904-1906, vol. iv. pp. 1-58, and index.)
  • On the species of Impatiens in the Wallichian herbarium of the Linnean Society. (Journ. Linn. Soc, Bot., 1904, vol. xxxvii. pp. 22-32.)


  • Premature shedding of leaves of Scots pine. (Gard. Chron. 1906, vol. xl. p. 278.)
  • George Bentham ; a review. (Kew Bull. 1906, pp. 187-188.)


  • Les especes du genre Impatiens dans l'herbier du Museum de Paris. (Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. Nat. Paris, 1908, ser. 4, vol. x. pp. 233-272, pi. 2-6.)
  • Asiatic species of Impatiens. (Hook. Ic. PI. 1908, vol. xxix. tt. 2851-2875 ; 1910, vol. xxx. tt. 2301-2325 ; 1911, tt. 2951- 2975.)


  • On some species of Impatiens from Indo-China and the Malayan Peninsula. (Kew Bull. 1909, pp. 1-12.)
  • A review of the known Philippine Islands species of Impatiens. (Kew Bull. 1909, pp. 282-289.)
  • Impatiens Eawheri. (Curtis's Bot. Mag. 1909, t. 8247.)


  • New Impatiens from China. (Kew Bull. 1910, pp. 269-275.)
  • Indian species of Impatiens. Generis Impatiens species indicae novae et minus rite cognitae a cl. A. Meebold detectae. (Kew Bull. 1910, pp. 291-300.)
  • Impatiens Hubertii, I. orthosepala, I. WinJcleri, nn. spp. (Kew. Bull. 1910, pp. 74-76.)


  • Lecomte, Flore generale de l'lndo-Chine, 1911, vol. i. pp. 611- 629 . — Balsaminaceae .
  • On the Balsaminaceae of the State of Chitral. (Kew Bull, 1911, pp. 209-211.)
  • On some species of Impatiens from the Malayan Peninsula : II. (Kew Bull. 1911, pp. 249-250, with plate.)
  • Indian species of Impatiens. On some Western Peninsular Indian Balsamineae collected by Mr. A. Meebold. (Kew Bull. 1911, pp. 353-356.)
  • Impatiens Eerzogii. (Curtis's Bot. Mag. 1911, t. 8396.)

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