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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Ames, O.
Ames, Oakes
Oakes Ames (American botanist)
Oakes Ames (Amerikaans botanicus (1874-1950))
Oakes Ames (US-amerikanischer Botaniker)
Оукс Еймс (американський ботанік-систематик, фахівець з орхідей)
Эймс, Оукс
Dates: 
1874-1950
Creation class: 
cre
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Ames, Blanche
Botanical Museum of Harvard University
Botanical Museum, Harvard University
Correll, Donovan S. (1908-)
Correll, Donovan Stewart (1908-)
Correll, Donovan Stewart (co-author)
Gleason, Henry Allan (1882-1975))
Hill, Albert Frederick (1889-19XX.)
Hubbard, F.Tracy
Kredel, Fritz (1900-1973)
Plimpton, Pauline Ames (1901-)
Schweinfurth, Charles (1890-1970))
Schweinfurth, Charles George August (1836-1925))
Titles: 
Botanical results of the Tyler-Duida expedition orchidaceae : lowland species
contribution to our knowledge of the orchid flora of southern Florida, A
Contributions to the flora of the New Hebrides and Santa Cruz islands orchids collected by S. F. Kajewski in 1928 and 1929
Economic annuals and human cultures
enumeration of the orchids of the United States and Canada, An
Genus Epidendrum in the United States and Middle America
genus Habenaria in North America, The
Hybrids in Spiranthes and Habenaria (Rhodora, 1903)
Lobelia xsyphilitico-cardinalis (Rhodora, 1903)
Notes on orchids new to Florida
Notes on Philippine orchids VII, 1920.
Oakes Ames : jottings of a harvard botanist : 1874-1950 : ...
Orchidaceæ illustrations and studies of the family Orchidaceæ, issuing from the Ames Botanical Laboratory, North Easton, Massachusetts
Orchids in retrospect : a collection of essays on the Orchidaceae
Orchids of Guatemala. Oakes Ames,... and Donovan Stewart Correll,...
Schedulae Orchidianae
Sixteen drawings of prehistoric fruits and seeds
Spiranthes neglecta
Studies in the family Orchidaceæ
Three new orchid species
Ware collection of blaschka glass models of plants in the botanical museum of harvard university
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