Gerhard August Honckeny
Gerhard August Honckeny (also spelt Honkeny) (1724–1805) was a German botanist, and an Amtmann near Prenzlau. He is best known for his Synopsis Plantarum Germaniæ, and is referred to by the standard abbreviation Honck. in botanical works. He is commemorated in the genus name Honckenya.
- Paul Ascherson & Paul Graebner (1898–1899). Flora des Nordostdeutschen Flachlandes (ausser Ostpreussen) [Flora of the north-east German lowlands, (excluding East Prussia)] (PDF) (in German). Berlin: Gebrüder Borntraeger. p. 308.
- D. J. Mabberley (1997). The Plant Book: a Portable Dictionary of the Vascular Plants (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521414210.
- Le Roy Abrams & Roxana Stinchfield Ferris (1923). Polygonaceae to Krameriaceae, buckwheats to kramerias. An Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States. 2. Stanford University Press. ISBN 9780804700047.
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