|Born||10 September 1870|
|Died||30 January 1925|
|Known for||Mount Kinabalu|
Lilian Suzette Gibbs (1870–1925) was a British botanist who worked for the British Museum in London. She was the first woman and the first botanist to ascend Mount Kinabalu in February 1910. Gibbs collected many plants new to science, several of which are named in her honour (e.g. Racemobambos gibbsiae or Miss Gibbs' Bamboo).
- Vickery, R. (December 1999). Field Notes: Lilian Suzette Gibbs. Plant Cuttings, issue 3.
- "Gibbs, Lilian Suzette (1870-1925)". JSTOR. doi:10.5555/al.ap.person.bm000002937 (inactive 9 March 2019). Archived from the original on 30 January 2017.
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