Eliza Standerwick Gregory
|Eliza Standerwick Gregory|
|Born||6 December 1840
|Died||22 March 1932
Eliza Standerwick Gregory or Eliza Standerwick Barnes (6 December 1840 – 22 March 1932) was a British botanist.
Eliza Standerwick Barnes was born in Thraxton in Northamptonshire in 1840. She was always interested in botany but she did not became a published botanist until she was older at the age of 64. Her special knowledge was of violets and she published a monograph in 1912. Her botanical abbreviation is from her married name and is "Greg." She published several times in the Journal of Botany.
- Eliza Standerwick Gregory née BARNES, herbariaunited.org, retrieved 10 March 2014
- according to F. Hamilton Davey's Flora of Cornwall (1909)
- Ellwood, Ray Desmond ; with the assistance of Christine (1994). Dictionary of British and Irish botanists and horticulturalists : including plant collectors, flower painters and garden designers ([Rev. and updated ed.]. ed.). London: Taylor & Francis. p. 296. ISBN 0850668433.
- IPNI. Greg.
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