Mildred Gant Stites Reed

…images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/166184436/mildred-gant-reed : accessed 12 September 2021), memorial page for Mildred Gant Stites Reed (9 Jan 1912–Jun 1967), Find a Grave Memorial ID 166184436, citing Greenmount Cemetery, Durango, La Plata…

Miklos Treiber

…collected for his doctoral thesis “Biosystematics of the Arisaema triphyllum complex” ; his doctoral advisor was Dr. C. Ritchie Bell. Treiber and fellow graduate student Guy Nesom collected many specimens…

Charles Wright

…from the National Science Foundation, all the mycological collections at NCU are searchable via www.mycoportal.org and our vascular plants are searchable via www.sernecportal.org Other herbaria that curate Charles Wright’s specimens…

George Shuford Ramseur

…NCU were vouchers for his doctoral thesis on high mountain plant communities in the southern Appalachians collected during the summers of 1956, 1957, and 1958. During the autumn of 1956…

Lewis Henry Lighthipe

…in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, Lighthipe continued his botanical work. One of his favorite places to botanize was “St. Nicholas” in Duval County. Fort San Nicholas (30.306467 latitude, -81.639050 longitude)…

Frances Katherine Foust Lombard

…Laboratory. Women’s History Month: FPL Remembers Frances Lombard. https://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/labnotes/?p=2986 accessed on 5 December 2017. 9. Find A Grave. Frances F. Lombard, Memorial ID #142550518. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/142550518/frances-f-lombard accessed on 5 December 2017….

Mary Cloyd Burnley Stifler

…children, Lucy (29 May 1911- 1945) and Cloyd.” Stifler Family, 1929L to R: Cloyd Stifler, James Madison Stifler III, Lucy Stifler, Francis Stifler, Mary Cloyd Burnley Stifler, James Madison Stifler…

Alma Joslyn Whiffen Barksdale

…in 1941, she was granted a Carnegie Fellowship (1941-42) and continued post-doctoral research with Dr. Couch for another year. Her major interest at Chapel Hill involved Oomycetes and Chytridiomycetes… The…

Paul James Philson

…Oread (/ˈ ɔː r i ˌ æ d, ˈ ɔː r i ə d/; Ancient Greek: Ὀρειάς, romanized: Oreiás, stem Ὀρειάδ-, Oreiád-, Latin: Oreas/Oread-, from ὄρος, “mountain”) or Orestiad /ɔː…