Benjamin Peter Gloxin

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Benjamin Peter Gloxin (1765–1794) was a German physician and botanical writer who lived in Colmar. He is commemorated by the Brazilian genus Gloxinia and Sinningia speciosa, which is commonly called Gloxinia in the horticulture trade.

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Observationes Botanicae 1785, Argentorati, Strasbourg.

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