Collecting localities



Kock, Father Cornelis Josephus Leonardus


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

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


Born: 1907, Breda, Netherlands.



[Kock, Pater C. in Flora Malesiana 1, 5 and Kock, Father Cornelis Josephus Leonardus in Flora Malesiana 1, 8 considered to be the same person.]

A Roman-Catholic missionary. Took his doctoral examination in social geography at Utrecht University (1937); teacher in secondary schools in the Netherlands (at present Canisius College, Nijmegen); Professor of Geography at Djokjakarta, Indonesia, in the 1950s.


Collecting localities:

Java: Djakarta (June 1955), Bedugul (Bali, June 1957), W. Bali on the slope of G. Sangiang (July l, 1957), G. Gedeh (June 1958), Kali Urang (Aug. and Oct. 1958, Jan. 1959), Nusa Baru(ng) and G. Kidul (Feb. 1958), Ungaran (June 1961), Djokja (Nov. 1958, Jan. and Feb. 1959). Without known year at: Angke, Bogor, Tjilintjing R., Rawa Tembaga, Depok, Bandung, G. Prahau, Lembang, Tamandjaja, and Muntilan. Also in Sumatra.



In private collection; mostly common (vascular) plants. In all about 9000 specimens (260 families, c. 3000 species) of which c. 4000 from Java and a few from Sumatra and Bali. Some identified at Leiden [L], many at Bogor [BO].