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Giorgio Gallesio

Pomona Italiana trattato degli alberi fruttiferi conteneate la descrizione delle megliori varietaa dei frutte coltivati in italia accompagnato da figure disegnate e colorite sul veroCreated by: New York Public Library'sDated: 1839
Susina Catelana. [Prunus Catalanica]
Giorgio Gallesio, 1772 - 1839, was an Italian botanist and researcher, specializing in citrus. His famous book Traité du citrus was first printed in 1811. He studied the barriers affecting species compatibility and gave a good account of the history and distribution of citrus.
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