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.

Standard IPNI form: Hook.

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  • Hooker, W.J. 1833. Div. I. Inarticulatae. In: English Flora of Sir James Edward Smith. Class XXIV. Cryptogamia. Vol. V. (or Vol. II of Dr. Hooker's British flora). Part I. Comprising the Mosses, Hepaticae, Lichens, Characeae and Algae. (Hooker, W.J. Eds), pp. 254–263; 268–326. London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans Paternoster-Row. BHL Reference page. 
  • 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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