Timothée Puel

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Jean Jacques Timothée Puel (August 22, 1813 January 28, 1890) was a French physician and botanist. [1]

A practicing physician in Paris, he was a founding member of the Société botanique de France (1854). [2]

He is known for his investigations of flora native to the département of Lot, of which he published Catalogue des plantes qui croissent dans le département du Lot. Also, he issued a series of exsiccatae called Herbier du Lot. [3] The genus Puelia (family Gramineae) was named in his honor by Adrien René Franchet. [4]

Selected works

The standard author abbreviation Puel is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. [6]

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  1. Birth and death records. Archives of Department of Lot and Paris, respectively.
  2. Prosopo Sociétés savantes de France
  3. BHL Taxonomic literature : a selective guide to botanical publications
  4. M-Q (Volume 3 of CRC world dictionary of plant names: common names, scientific names, eponyms, synonyms, and etymology) by Umberto Quattrocchi
  5. WorldCat Search publications
  6. IPNI.  Puel.