Anna Maria Walker (née Patton) (c. 1778–1852) and her husband Colonel George Warren Walker (1778–1843) were Scottish botanists in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) who made extensive collections of plants between 1830 and 1838. Several species of ferns and orchids were named after them by Sir William Jackson Hooker with whom they corresponded. They also corresponded with and collaborated with other botanists in the region such as Robert Wight. Anna Maria was also an excellent botanical artist who illustrated many species of orchids. Plant species named after them include Vanilla walkeriae, and .

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  • Anna Maria Walker (nacida Patton) (c. 1778–1852) y su marido George Warren Walker (1778–1843) fueron botánicos escoceses en Ceilán (hoy Sri Lanka) quienes hicieron recolecciones extensas de plantas entre 1830 y 1838. Varias especie de helechos y orquídeas llevan su epónimo, colocados por Sir William Jackson Hooker con quien correspondieron. Ellos también mantuvieron correspondencia con otros botánicos en la región como Robert Wight. Anna Maria era también una artista botánica de excelencia, quien ilustró muchas especies de orquídeas.​ Especies con su epónimo incluyen Vainilla walkeriae, Liparis walkeriae y Thrixspermum walkeri.​​ (es)
  • Anna Maria Walker (née Patton) (c. 1778–1852) and her husband Colonel George Warren Walker (1778–1843) were Scottish botanists in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) who made extensive collections of plants between 1830 and 1838. Several species of ferns and orchids were named after them by Sir William Jackson Hooker with whom they corresponded. They also corresponded with and collaborated with other botanists in the region such as Robert Wight. Anna Maria was also an excellent botanical artist who illustrated many species of orchids. Plant species named after them include Vanilla walkeriae, and . (en)
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  • 1778-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Kinaldy, Fife, Scotland (en)
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  • seven (en)
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  • Mangalore, India (en)
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  • botanist, plant collector, botanical artist (en)
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  • Anna Maria Walker (en)
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  • British (en)
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  • Colonel Robert Patton and Constantia Adriana Sally Mapletoft (en)
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  • St Paul's Church graveyard, Mangalore (en)
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  • George Warren Walker (en)
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  • Anna Maria Walker (nacida Patton) (c. 1778–1852) y su marido George Warren Walker (1778–1843) fueron botánicos escoceses en Ceilán (hoy Sri Lanka) quienes hicieron recolecciones extensas de plantas entre 1830 y 1838. Varias especie de helechos y orquídeas llevan su epónimo, colocados por Sir William Jackson Hooker con quien correspondieron. Ellos también mantuvieron correspondencia con otros botánicos en la región como Robert Wight. Anna Maria era también una artista botánica de excelencia, quien ilustró muchas especies de orquídeas.​ Especies con su epónimo incluyen Vainilla walkeriae, Liparis walkeriae y Thrixspermum walkeri.​​ (es)
  • Anna Maria Walker (née Patton) (c. 1778–1852) and her husband Colonel George Warren Walker (1778–1843) were Scottish botanists in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) who made extensive collections of plants between 1830 and 1838. Several species of ferns and orchids were named after them by Sir William Jackson Hooker with whom they corresponded. They also corresponded with and collaborated with other botanists in the region such as Robert Wight. Anna Maria was also an excellent botanical artist who illustrated many species of orchids. Plant species named after them include Vanilla walkeriae, and . (en)
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