Jules Rémy

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Jules Rémy

Ézéchiel Jules Rémy (1826–1893) was a French naturalist and traveller.

He was born in Mourmelon-le-Grand on September 3, 1826 and died in Louvercy on December 2, 1893.[1] Rémy made collections of botanical and geological specimens, shells, and published works on his journeys and observations, including an early record of a visit to the island of Molokai[2] and a report on the Mormon people of Utah.[3]

The standard author citation for this botanist is J.Rémy.[4]


  1. ^ Registres d'état civil. Archives Dėpatementales de la Marne.
  2. ^ Forbes, David W. (2003). Hawaiian National Bibliography, 1780-1900: 1881-1900,. Volumes 1881-1900. 4 (annotated ed.). University of Hawaii Press. pp. 503–4. ISBN 978-0-8248-2636-9. 
  3. ^ Gallagher, Eugene V. (2006). Eugene V. Gallagher, W. Michael Ashcraft, ed. Introduction to New and Alternative Religions in America: African diaspora traditions and other American innovations. 5. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 227. ISBN 0-275-98712-4. 
  4. ^ International Plant Names Index 2005 Author Details: Rémy, Ezechiel Jules (1826-1893) citing R.E.G. Pichi Sermolli 1 March 1991. R.W.Kiger 11 July 1991.

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