Anton Waisbecker

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Anton (Antal) Waisbecker (29 January 1835 in Güns in Eisenburg comitatus – 4 April 1916) was a Hungarian physician and botanist.

He served as a district physician in the city of Güns and conducted investigations of local flora. Known for his expertise in the study of Pteridophyta, he also made significant contributions involving research within the genera Rubus, Carex and Potentilla.[1]

Published works[edit]

  • Köszeg és vidékének edényes nôvényei (1882, second edition in 1891) - Phanerogams of Köszeg and vicinity.
  • Beiträge zur Flora des Eisenburger Comitates (1893) - Contribution to the flora of Eisenburg county.[2][3]