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Neubauer, Johann (Hans) Franz

 

(Source: Flora Malesiana ser. 1, 8: Cyclopaedia of collectors, Supplement II)

 

Born: 1911, Vienna, Austria.

 

career:

Biologist, educated at Vienna University (Ph.D. 1934); from 1948-51 Expert Advisor to the Ministry of Agriculture, Kabul Afghanistan, and teacher at the Faculty of Science; from 1952-62 Professor of Botany, University of Indonesia, Bandung; in 1962-63 in East Pakistan, and from 1963-65 in the Faculty of Science at Kabul University once more. From May 1965 teacher and custodian in the Faculty of Science at Giessen University.

Author of numerous papers on general biology, morphology, pharmacognosy.

 

Collecting localities:

Between 1952-62. S. Sumatra: from KroŽ via Martapura to Tandjong Karang (Aug. 1954), beach at Ulu. Java: Nusa Kambangan (Apr. 13, 1955), Dago, Batavia, Kuningan, Tjiater near Bandung, Pasir Djati (Jan. 24-28, 1961), Tjisolok (Wijnkoopsbaai), Kadipaten, Bromo, Idjen, DiŽng, Pasir Putih (E of Pasuruan) on the beach. Bali (1959 and 1961): Lake Batur and Bratan.

 

collections:

His Afghan collection is put at the disposal of Prof. Rechinger at Vienna. Indonesian collections mainly in Herb. Bandung Univ. [FIPIA], but also in Bot. Lab. Padiadjaran Univ. Bandung, and less in Herb. Bog. [BO]; some dupl. in Herb. Leiden [L] (rec. Mar. 1966).

The numbers are mostly those by which the specimens are kept in Bandung herbaria. In cases where those numbers got lost on transportation to Europe, the plants were numbered above 5000, as the Afghanistan collection amounted to near 5000.

 

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