popular taxonomy

Frederick J. Peabody fpeabody at SUNFLOWR.USD.EDU
Thu Jan 16 08:42:00 CST 1997

On Wed, 15 Jan 1997, Robin Panza wrote:

> >How about the "Cadfael" series that appeared a few years back on Public TV?
> >He was a monk who served as physician for his community and maintained an
> >herbarium (in the original sense of the term) from which he selected plants
> >to prepare medications. He could identify plants and used his skills to
> >solve murders by detecting and ID'ing plant remains in and around the
> >victim. The stories are published in one paperback volume.
> The tv series was 4 stories, but Ellis Peters has written 20 or more chronicles
> of Brother Cadfael.  They're a good read.
> Robin Panza                     panzar at clpgh.org
> Section of Birds, Carnegie MNH
> Pittsburgh  PA  USA  15213

Does anyone have a reference for any of this material?  I might like to
include some of it in my economic botany class.

Frederick J. Peabody
Associate Professor of Botany
University of South Dakota
414 East Clark Street
Vermillion, SD  57069  USA
fpeabody at sundance.usd.edu

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