The Botany of the Antarctic Voyage of H.M. Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror in the Years 1839-1843. II: Flora Novae-Zelandiae
Special Collections QK47 HS37
London: Lovell Reeve
‘I have long felt earnestly desirous of promoting a love and knowledge of the Science of Botany in those English Colonies which it has been my good fortune to visit…’. So wrote Joseph Dalton Hooker in his Flora Novae-Zelandiae (1852-1855), which, along with Flora Antarctica (1844-47) and Flora Tasmaniae (1853–59), formed the ‘Antarctic’ publications, the culmination of his botanical work during the years of the expedition, 1839-1843. The New Zealand volumes – a milestone publication of modern systematic botany – described and illustrated some 1,767 species of plants. The illustration of Clematis colensoi (now C. forsteri) was by the botanical artist Walter Hood Fitch.
Joseph Dalton Hooker, “The Botany of the Antarctic Voyage of H.M. Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror in the Years 1839-1843. II: Flora Novae-Zelandiae,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed October 28, 2021, https://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/8692.
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