Author:Thomas Moore (1821-1887)

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Thomas Moore
F.L.S. Curator of the Garden of the Apothecaries Company at Chelsea, 1848-1887
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "T. Mo."


  • Co-editor with William P. Ayres of the Gardeners' Magazine of Botany (Monthly 1850-1851)
  • A Handbook of British Ferns: intended as a guide and companion in fern culture, and comprising scientific and popular descriptions, with engravings... (1848)
  • Index Filicum: A Synopsis, with Characters, of the Genera, and an Enumeration of the Species of Ferns, with Synonymes, References, &c. (1857)
  • Edited Illustrations of Orchidaceous Plants: a series of one hundred figures (1857)
  • Nature-printed British Ferns: being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties of ferns found in the United Kingdom (nature prints by Henry Bradbury) (1863)
  • The Clematis as a Garden Flower, with George Jackman (1872)
  • "Labyrinth," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911)

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