Collecting localities



Dozy, Jean Jacques


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


Born: 1908, Rotterdam, Holland.



Geologist educated at Leiden University (Ph.D. 1935); in the same year he entered the service of the B.P.M. (Royal Dutch Oil Co.), being stationed respectively in Dutch New Guinea (1936-early 1937), Guatemala (1937-39), Ecuador (1949-43), Persia (1944), U.S.A., Venezuela (1946-47), The Hague (Holland), Indonesia (1949-54), and since May 1955 in The Hague as Head of the Exploration B.Int.P.M.


Collecting localities:

In 1936 he accompanied Colijnís expedition to Carstensz Mts, West New Guinea (for itinerary cf. sub F.J. Wissel, who took care of botanical collecting).



18 Alpine plants from Carstens Mts in private herbarium, brought home for his wife. The collection is occasionally on loan for study in Leiden Herbarium [L], and will in the future be presented to that institution.