Stanley Wilson Greene

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Dr Stanley Wilson Greene (19/7/1928-14/6/1989)

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Biography

Stanley Wilson Greene was a lecturer in cryptogamic botany at The University of Birmingham between 1955 and 1969, and his signature is often seen on herbarium sheets from there, showing that he made a considerable contribution towards the curation of the collection. He was later chief botanist at NERC and Reader in Botany at Reading University, and was president of the International Association for Plant Taxonomy from 1985 to 1987.

The Greene Peninsula (54°21′S, 36°26′W) is named after Greene who worked in South Georgia from 1960 with British Antarctic Survey (BAS). It is is a mountainous cove between Moraine Fjord and Cumberland East Bay, South Georgia. Named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) in 1979.


information included from the herbariaunited database

Inferred associations

collected with


Collection activity by county

1956

1963

VC17
VC26
VC37
VC40
VC105


Examples of handwriting

 

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references and external links

  • Herbarium RNG Collector-Database [[1]]
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