A Botanist and Artist, Aimee Antoinette Camus (1879-1965)

Fourier, Brigitte
March 2006
International Oaks;Spring2006, Issue 17, p26
Academic Journal
The article remembers the contributions of Aimee Antoinette Camus, a botanist and artist, to the field of botany. She authored hundreds of articles and 10 monographs. She was honored many times by the Institute and the Botanic Society of France. She was the author of new taxa and drew illustrative plates of oaks and chestnuts.


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