Augustin Abel Hector Léveillé (13 March 1864, Le Mans – 25 November 1918) was a French botanist and clergyman. He attended medical school prior to entering into the priesthood. In 1887 he traveled to India as a missionary, being appointed as a professor of natural history at the College of Pondicherry. In 1891 he returned to France for health reasons, settling in his hometown of Le Mans. Numerous species are named in his honor, as well as the genus Leveillea (family Asteraceae), described by Eugène Vaniot in 1903.
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