Alberto Vojtěch Frič

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Alberto Vojtěch Frič (8 September 1882 Prague – 4 December 1944 Prague) was a famous Czech botanist, ethnographer, writer and explorer. He undertook 8 voyages to America, discovered, described and catalogued many species of cactus. South American Indians called him Karaí Pukú (engl. Long Hunter); in Europe he became known as Cactus Hunter.

Credited[edit]

Alberto Frič (Brasil, 1906)

References[edit]

Alberto Vojtech Frič, Mexico 1923
  1. ^ IPNI.  Frič.