2015
DOI: 10.1590/1981-81222015000100005
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A “Flora Fluminensis” de frei Vellozo: uma abordagem interdisciplinar

Abstract: O artigo analisa a obra de Frei Vellozo (1741-1811) intitulada “Flora Fluminensis”, com interpretações dos campos disciplinares da botânica e da história. No período de 1783 a 1790, a equipe liderada por Frei Vellozo percorreu o território do Rio de Janeiro com objetivo de produzir um levantamento detalhado das plantas. Passados 39 anos, o trabalho de Vellozo foi publicado com 1.639 descrições de plantas em latim e 11 volumes in-folio de ilustrações botânicas. Trata-se de uma obra que tem relevância científica… Show more

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“…(non Linnaeus). It is well known that Conceic ßão Vellozo finished the Florae Fluminensis in 1790, when he left Rio de Janeiro for Lisbon, bringing with him the original manuscripts of the flora and his herbarium (Borgmeier, 1937;Bediaga and Feddes Repertorium 2019, 130, 19-64 Identities of Vandelli's new genera and species 2015). Nevertheless, there is no evidence nor documents informing that Vandelli had access to the collections of Conceic ßão Vellozo, who had just arrived in Lisbon.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(non Linnaeus). It is well known that Conceic ßão Vellozo finished the Florae Fluminensis in 1790, when he left Rio de Janeiro for Lisbon, bringing with him the original manuscripts of the flora and his herbarium (Borgmeier, 1937;Bediaga and Feddes Repertorium 2019, 130, 19-64 Identities of Vandelli's new genera and species 2015). Nevertheless, there is no evidence nor documents informing that Vandelli had access to the collections of Conceic ßão Vellozo, who had just arrived in Lisbon.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1), was at the time the most comprehensive taxonomic plant treatment for Brazil. Vellozo's life and the FF publication history have been well documented (see Borgmeier, 1961; Carauta, 1973; Bediaga & Lima, 2015). Vellozo's FF was the result of an extensive field work, with several expeditions into the captaincies of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (Lima, 1995).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Florae fluminensis was one of the first attempts to produce a comprehensive account of the Brazilian flora occur ring in the surroundings of Rio de Janeiro. With the original manuscript dating from 1790, this work treated 1639 species (Bediaga & Lima, 2015) that were described and organized fol lowing Linnaeus's (1735Linnaeus's ( , 1753 "Systema sexualis". The volume of species descriptions were printed in 1825 but only distributed four years afterwards (Stafleu & Cowan, 1976).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%