John Edward Gray, British botanist qoutes, and bio, motivation

John Edward Gray, FRS was a British zoologist. He was the elder brother of zoologist George Robert Gray and son of the pharmacologist and botanist Samuel Frederick Gray. The standard author abbreviation J.E.Gray is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

Born: 12 February 1800, Walsall
Died: 7 March 1875, London
Siblings: George Robert Gray
Parents: Samuel Frederick Gray
Partner: Maria Emma Gray (1826–)
Edited works: List of Mollusca and Shells in the Collection of the British Museum, MORE
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Illustrations of Indian Zoology: Chiefly Selected from the Collection of Major-General Hardwicke .. (1830)
Illustrations of Indian Zoology…
1830
The Animal Kingdom (1827)
The Animal Kingdom
1827
Synopsis Reptillium: Or, Short Descriptions of the Species of Reptiles (1831)
Synopsis Reptillium: Or, Short…
1831
Address to the Zoological and Botanical Section at the opening of the thirty-fourth meeting of the British Association, in Bath, September 15, 1864 (1864)
Address to the Zoologic…
1864

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