Ludwig Adolph Timotheus Radlkofer
Radlkofer became a physician in 1854 and earned a PhD in botany at Jena the following year, becoming Professor of Botany in 1859 and deputy director of the botanical garden and herbarium, becoming director of the Botanical Museum in 1892. He was made emeritus professor in 1913 and died in 1927 in the same room in which he was born.
Radlkofer's main work was on the family Sapindaceae, and his collections, sent by botanists from all over the world, are housed in Munich.
Among his numerous written works was "New and noteworthy Hawaiian plants", a treatise published in English in 1911.
- IPNI List of Plants described and co-described by Radlkofer.
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