L'Hortus Camaldulensis di Napoli
L'Hortus Camaldulensis di Napoli, also known as the Camaldoli garden, is a private botanical garden in Naples, Italy. The garden was established in 1816 by Francesco Ricciardi, Count Camaldoli, and features collections of Acacia, Agavaceae, Melaleuca, Eucalyptus camaldulensis (named in its honor), and Quercus ilex.
- BGCI entry
- Convention on Biological Diversity
- Conrad Malte-Brun, Universal Geography: Or a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New Plan, Boston : Wells and Lilly, 1829, volume VII, page 712. (Translation of Précis de la géographie universelle, Paris.)
- William Thomas Horner Fox Strangways, letter to William Henry Fox Talbot, October 18, 1822.
- Antonio La Gala, "Vomero. Storia e storie" at page 59 
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