Collecting localities




Bouillenne, Raymond


(Source: Flora Malesiana ser. 1, 5: Cyclopaedia of collectors, Supplement I)

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


Died: 1971 or early 1972.



D.Sc., Director of the Botanical Institute at Liège, Belgium, and University Professor in the same place. In 1931 he and his wife made a study tour to Java, staying several months at Buitenzorg (= Bogor), he working in the Foreigners’ Laboratory on the internal and external factors influencing the formation of roots.1


Collecting localities:1

1931. W. Java: Buitenzorg (from June onwards), visiting Wijnkoopsbaai (June), Tandjong Prick (July), G. Papandajan (Sept.), Noesa Kambangan and the Kinderzee (Centr. Java) (Sept.), and Pasuruan in E. Java (Oct.); in Sumatra: Kepajang (Nov.), Forest Reserve at Panti near Fort de Kock (West Coast) (Nov.), and Sabang (Dec.).



Plants from Java (and ? Sumatra) in Herb. Liège [LG].



(1) R. Bouillenne: ‘Ma mission en Malaisie’ (repr. in Arch. Inst. Bot. Liège 10, 1933, p. 1-15, pl. 1-3); with F. Went: ‘Recherches expérimentales sur la néoformation des racines dans les plantules et les boutures des plantes supérieures’ (ibid. 10, 1933, p. 1-175, pl. 1-22).