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James Robertson, an eighteenth century discoverer of Scotland



James Robertson, an eighteenth century discoverer of Scotland



Botanical Journal Of Scotland. 46(4): 693



A short note is presented drawing attention to the contribution James Robertson made to studies on 18th century Scotland and to early knowledge of the flora of the country.

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DOI: 10.1080/13594869409441783


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