Curtis's Botanical Magazine
© The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Edited By: Martyn Rix
Online ISSN: 1467-8748
Volume 26 Parts 1 & 2 Reprint
Due to some unexpected errors that have affected the quality of reproduction of some images in the initial version of Curtis’s Botanical Magazine, Volume 26 Parts 1 & 2, the decision has been made to reprint this particular issue. This republished issue now contains improvements to the line figures and colour plates that are in keeping with the high standard of illustrative reproduction associated with the journal.
***Special Double Issue - Celebrating Kew's 250th Annivesary and Darwin's Bicentenary***
In this special double issue, Sam Berry describes the close relationship between a young Charles Darwin and Joseph Hooker, one of Darwin's best friends. Berry discusses the influence of their voluminous correspondence of over 1200 letters on the progress of Darwin's thought. Click here to browse the article abstracts.
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