orchidologist


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orchidologist

(ˌɔːkɪˈdɒlədʒɪst)
n
(Botany) someone who is knowledgeable in orchidology
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Chase, an orchidologist at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, England.
Ducornet notes in "Recovering Eden" that Entering Fire was "intended to be read quickly--as one runs barefoot over embers" (158), and to this end her two narrators, father and son, move us rapidly through a series of settings--late-nineteenth-century France, where Lamprias conceives Septimus, the son who will be his nemesis; the Amazonian jungle where Lamprias begins his career as a orchidologist and finds the love of his life, Cucla, "squatting by a low fire, gnawing on a grilled iguana" (21); the Paris of Proust's era; New York City at the turn of the century; France during the German occupation; the U.
The college's sole biologist, Ralph Nanz, a plant physiologist-bryologist, and Albert Fuller, curator of botany and orchidologist at the Milwaukee Public Museum, strongly influenced his career goals.
Originally Neoregelia pabstiana (or "pabstii" in error) was named and described in 1972 by the eminent Brazilian botanist Edmundo Pereira (1914-1986) to honour his close friend the renowned orchidologist and botanist Dr.