Biographical entry Braine, Arthur Belgrave (1854 - 1945)
- 9 September 1854
- 6 October 1945
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Teacher and Orchidologist
Arthur Braine was a Victorian schoolteacher and amateur orchidologist. In 1922 Prasophyllum Brainei, the Green Leek Orchid, was named after him.
Born England, 9 September 1854. Died Melbourne, 6 October 1945. Coffee planter, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) for many years; school teacher in various parts of Victoria, including Cravensville (near Tallangatta); first person to undertake an orchid survey of north east Victoria, publishing a series of 23 articles on "In Quest of Orchids" in "The Federal Standard", Chiltern, Victoria, 1917-18.
Adolph Basser Library, Australian Academy of Science
- Australian Botanists - Biographies, MS 064; Adolph Basser Library, Australian Academy of Science. Details
State Library of Victoria, Australian Manuscripts Collection
- Arthur Belgrave Braine - Records, 1917 - 1918, MS 11571; State Library of Victoria, Australian Manuscripts Collection. Details
- Willis, J. H., Botanical Pioneers in Victoria, vol. 66 ([Melbourne]: [Brown Pier Anderson], 1949), 19 pp. Details
Created: 20 October 1993, Last modified: 28 February 2018
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