Nicolaus Thomas Host
Nicolaus Thomas Host (December 6, 1771 in Fiume, now Rijeka – January 13, 1834 in Schönbrunn) was an Austrian botanist, and the personal physician of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II. His botanical works include Synopsis plantarum in Austria and the four-volume Austriacorum Icones et descriptions graminum; he was also the first director of the botanical garden at the Belvedere palace. The genus Hosta is named for him.
- "Full text of "Bulletin de l'Acadmie internationale de gographie botanique"" (in French). 1908.
- "Author Query for 'Host'". International Plant Names Index.
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