Harold Robinson, prominent Smithsonian botanist, dies at 88 - The Plant Press

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Just checking a review of the Composite list of the catalogue of vasc pl of Bolivia I came to Harold Robinson. Since several years I and LPB had no more contact with him. I am really sad,that the great "maestro" had passed away. Harold with Angel Cabrera had been since starting the National Herbarium (LPB) in 1978 the essential authority and helped naming 1000 of specimens. We are so grateful and I will remember him for ever. Unfortunately Plant Press do not arrive to Bolivia, La Paz, as post service with foreign countries had been cancelled.

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