Edmund Gilbert Baker

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Edmund Gilbert Baker (1864–1949) was a British plant collector and botanist. He was the son of John Gilbert Baker

Works[edit]

  • Synopsis of Malveae, 1895
  • The plants of Milanji, Nyassa-land. Con James Britten. 1894
  • Catalogue of the Plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district, South Nigeria. London (impreso por orden de Trustees, British Museum (Natural History)
  • Leguminosae of Tropical Africa, part 1, [1]-215, in 1926; part 2, [i-iii], 216-607, Jul 1929; part 3, [i-iii], 608-693, from 1930.[1]

Among species he named are Banksia burdettii and Banksia ashbyi.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ HUH - Databases - Botanical Publication Search Results<!->
  2. ^ Baker, Edmund Gilbert (1934). "Notes from the British Museum Herbarium" (PDF). Journal of Botany. 72: 280–82.
  3. ^ IPNI.  Baker f.