The Stafleu Medal

The Stafleu Medal is awarded for an outstanding publication on historical, bibliographic, and/or nomenclatural aspects of systematics and taxonomy. It is presented at a significant international meeting, congress, or symposium. 

The Stafleu Medal has been awarded to the following recipients for the listed works:

2002

David B. Lellinger (Washington)

A modern multilingual glossary for taxonomic pteridology (2002)

2003

no award

2004

Daniel H. Nicolson & F. Raymond Fosberg (deceased 1993) (both Washington)

The Forsters and the botany of the Second Cook Expedition(1772-1775), 2nd. ed. (2004) [ed. 1 2003]

2005

Henry J. Noltie (Edinburgh)

The botany of Robert Wight (2005)

2006-07

Charlie Jarvis (London)

Order out of chaos: Linnaean plant names and their types (2007)

2008-10

Jim Endersby (Sussex)

Imperial nature: Joseph Hooker and the practices of Victorian science (2008)

2011-12

Charles Boewe (Pittsboro)

The life of C.S. Rafinesque, a man of uncommon zeal (2011) and accompanying CD-ROM The correspondence of C.S. Rafinesque (2011)

2013-14

Santiago Madriñán (Bogotá)

Nikolaus Joseph Jacquin's American plants: Botanical expedition to the Caribbean (1754-1759) and the publication of the Selectarum stirpium Americanarum historia (2013)

2015-16

H. Walter Lack (Berlin)

The Bauers: Joseph, Franz & Ferdinand: Masters of botanical illustration: An illustrated biography. Prestel, Munich published the work in association with the Natural History Museum, London, for an exhibition on the Bauers held in November 2015 (2015)

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