Lily May Perry

Jan 5, 1895 - Mar 11, 1992

Lily May Perry was a Canadian-American botanist who worked at Arnold Arboretum and is most known for detailed compilation of information on medicinal plants of East and Southeast Asia and her assistance with the Flora of New Guinea. Perry also has the legacy of authoring the third highest number of land plant species among female scientists, in total naming 414 species.
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