WILLIAM ASHBROOK KELLERMAN'S BOTANICAL EXPEDITIONS TO GUATEMALA (1905–1908)

@article{Lowden1970WILLIAMAK,
  title={WILLIAM ASHBROOK KELLERMAN'S BOTANICAL EXPEDITIONS TO GUATEMALA (1905–1908)},
  author={R. Lowden},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={1970},
  volume={19},
  pages={19-35}
}
In 1891 W. A. Kellerman came to The Ohio State University as Professor of Botany, which position he held until his death in Guatemala on March 8, 1908. From January through March of the years 1905 through 1908, Kellerman made four collecting trips to Guatemala on which parasitic fungi and vascular plant material were secured. Prior to the 1908 trip Dr. Kellerman's Tropical School of Botany was organized with its first session scheduled for the winter of 1908. New taxa were described from… Expand