Vincenzo de Cesati
He studied natural history and law at the University of Vienna, and afterwards worked as a volunteer at the Collegium Nacionale de Vercelli. From 1868 to 1883 he was director of the botanical garden at Naples. The majority of his plant collection is now preserved at the botanical institute of the University of Rome.
- Stirpes Italicae: iconografia universale delle piante italiane (Pyrole, Milan, 1840)
- Saggio di una bibliografia algologica italiana (Accademia reale delle Scienze, Naples, 1882)
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