Élie-Abel Carrière

1818 - 1896

Élie-Abel Carrière

Élie-Abel Carrière (4 June 1818 – 17 August 1896) was a French botanist, based in Paris. He was a leading authority on conifers in the period 1850–1870, describing many new species, and the new genera Tsuga, Keteleeria and Pseudotsuga. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Élie-Abel Carrière has received more than 9,537 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 508th most popular biologist.

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Among biologists, Élie-Abel Carrière ranks 507 out of 686Before him are William Elford Leach, David Suzuki, Anton Reichenow, Franz Steindachner, Jean René Constant Quoy, and Antoine Risso. After him are Richard Lydekker, Alessandra Giliani, James Francis Stephens, Achille Valenciennes, Mary F. Lyon, and Charles David Keeling.

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Among people born in 1818, Élie-Abel Carrière ranks 63Before him are Dimitrie Brătianu, Heinrich Kiepert, Louis Faidherbe, Louis Buffet, Angelica Singleton Van Buren, and Theodor Kullak. After him are Amelia Bloomer, Thomas Francis Wade, Carl Remigius Fresenius, Constantin von Wurzbach, Mikhail Katkov, and José María Castro Madriz. Among people deceased in 1896, Élie-Abel Carrière ranks 52Before him are Hamad bin Thuwaini of Zanzibar, Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg, Walthère Frère-Orban, Aleksandr Stoletov, Charles Floquet, and Friedrich Gerhard Rohlfs. After him are Mathew Brady, Karl Verner, Hugo Gyldén, Alexey Bogolyubov, Ferdinand von Mueller, and Christian Emil Krag-Juel-Vind-Frijs.

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