Léon Gaston Genevier

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Léon Gaston Genevier

Léon Gaston Genevier (18 June 1830, Saint-Clément-de-la-Place, near Angers – 11 July 1880, Nantes) was a French pharmacist and botanist.

During his career, he was a practicing pharmacist in Mortagne-sur-Sèvre and Nantes. Genevier is best remembered for investigations of the genus Rubus native to the Loire basin. He was an honorary member of the Société d'études scientifiques d'Angers.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Extrait de la florule des environs de Mortagne-Sur-Sèvre (Vendée), 1866 - Extrait on local flora in the vicinity of Mortagne-sur-Sèvre.
  • Essai monographique sur les Rubus du bassin de la Loire, 1869 - Monograph on Rubus found in the Loire basin.
  • Premier supplément à l'essai monographique sur les "Rubus" du bassin de la Loire - First supplement to the monograph on Rubus of the Loire basin.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bulletin of the Society of Angers scientific studies, Volumes 10-13 by the Society of scientific studies in Angers
  2. ^ IDREF.fr (bibliography)
  3. ^ IPNI.  Genev. 

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