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Henry Mann


Henry Mann has collected plants in our "limestone" regions for many years.

As professor of biology and curator of the herbarium [now retired] at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College [now Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland], Henry's botanical interests have included both vascular plants and the peculiar "vascular-plant-like algaes" called "stoneworts". Many of our stoneworts are found in "lime-rich" waters.


Henry collecting stoneworts

Henry collecting stoneworts in Western Newfoundland. [CLICK image to enlarge.]


A member of the Newfoundland Rare Plant Project, and former member of the Limestone Barrens Species at Risk Recovery Team (LBSARRT), Henry continues to communicate his passion for the "limestone" regions - especially Burnt Cape - through the Botany Newfoundland and Labrador website


Henry at the Conservation and Sustainable Ecotourism Conference at Plum Point in 2006

Henry at the Limestone Barrens Habitat Stewardship Program's Conservation and
Sustainable Ecotourism Conference, Plum Point, Newfoundland, October 12-13, 2006.
[CLICK image to enlarge.]









[Page last updated: January 7, 2012]





















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