Georg Friedrich Kaulfuss
|Georg Friedrich Kaulfuss|
|Born||8 April 1786|
|Died||9 December 1830 (aged 44)|
|Author abbrev. (botany)||Kaulf.|
Georg Friedrich Kaulfuss (8 April 1786 – 9 December 1830) was a professor at Halle. He described the pteridophytes collected by Adalbert von Chamisso, and named the fern Cibotium chamissoi after him. The genus Kaulfussia is named for Kaulfuss.
Plants Named by Kaulfuss
More than 200 plant names were published by Kaulfuss. These include the genera:
- Cibotium Kaulf. 1820
- Cochlidium Kaulf. 1820
- Saccoloma Kaulf. 1820
- Balantium Kaulf. 1824
- Sadleria Kaulf. 1824
Plant families named by Kaulfuss include:
Works by Kaulfuss
- Kaulfuss, Georg Friedrich. Enumeratio Filicum. 1824.
- The botanic garden; consisting of highly finished representations, etc. by Benjamin Maund
- Lexikon deutschsprachiger Bryologen. Hauptbd., Band 1 (short biography in German).
- Kaulfuss, Georg Friedrich (names) Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden. 01 Feb 2012
- IPNI. Kaulf.