William Jackson Hooker

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William Jackson Hooker, 1851

William Jackson Hooker (July 6, 1785 – August 12, 1865), British botanist and lichenologist, father of Joseph Dalton Hooker.

Author abbreviation: Hook.

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  • Hooker, W.J. & Arnott, G.A.W. 1833. Contributions towards a flora of South America and the islands of the Pacific. (To be continued.) Botanical Miscellany 3: 129–211, tt. 96–106. BHL Reference page. 
  • Hooker, W.J. (ed.) 1843. Icones Plantarum; or figures, with brief descriptive characters and remarks, of new or rare plants, selected from the author's herbarium. Vol. VI [= Vol. II, new series.] Tt. DI–DC. Hippolyte Baillière, London. BHL Reference page. 
  • Hooker, W.J. 1849–1857. Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Gardens Miscellany, 9 vols. Also cited as Journal of Botany, being a second series of the Botanical Miscellany.
  • Hooker, W.J. 1837–1854. Icones Plantarum, I–X. BHL
  • Hooker, W.J. 1842–1848. The London Journal of Botany, 7 vols.
  • Hooker, W.J. 1830–1842. The Journal of Botany, 4 vols.


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