Biographical entry Parker, T.J.
T. J. Parker was a New Zealand naturalist who corresponded with E.P. Ramsay, curator of the Australian Museum, Sydney, between 1860 and 1894.
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Created: 30 June 1997, Last modified: 25 May 2006