Paul Heinemann

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Paul Heinemann (1916 – June 18, 1996) was a Belgian botanist and mycologist.[1] Heinemann specialized in African mycology. In his long career, he published 435 names, including 2 families, 6 genera, 346 species, and 40 varieties.[2][3] His collections of dried specimens, numbering about 7000, are preserved in the herbaria of the University Faculty of Agricultural Sciences in Gembloux and of the National Botanic Garden of Belgium, in Meise.[4] The fungal genus Heinemannomyces was named in his honor,[5] as were the species Agaricus heinemannianus,[6] Marasmius heinemannianus,[7] and Peyritschiella heinemanniana.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rammeloo J, Guillitte O. (1998). "Paul Heinemann – In memoriam". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 67–71. 
  2. ^ Bogaerts A, Fraiture A. (1998). "List of the publications of Paul Heinemann". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 72–80. ISSN 0037-9557. 
  3. ^ Fraiture A. (1998). "Commented list of the new taxa and new names published by Paul Heinemann". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 81–201. 
  4. ^ Guillitte O. (1998). "The Paul Heinemann mycological herbarium, an exceptional patrimony to valorize". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 103–8. 
  5. ^ Watling R. (1998). "Heinemannomyces, a new lazuline-spored agaric genus from South East Asia". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 133–8. 
  6. ^ Esteve-Raventós F. (1998). "Marasmius heinemannianus, a new edible species from Benin, West Africa". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 127–32. 
  7. ^ Antonín V. (1998). "Agaricus heinemannianus, a new species of section Minores". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 163–9. 
  8. ^ De Kesel A. (1998). "Peyritschiella heinemanniana sp. nov. (Ascomycetes, Laboulbeniales), a new ectoparasitic species from Xantholinus longiventris (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)". Belgian Journal of Botany. 131 (2): 176–81. 
  9. ^ IPNI.  Heinem. 

External links[edit]

  • Profile National Botanic Garden of Belgium