Caleb Threlkeld

Caleb Threlkeld (1676–1728) was an Irish botanist, dissenting cleric and physician.

He wrote the first flora of Ireland under the title ''Synopsis Stirpium Hibernicarum .....Dispositarum sive Commentatio de Plantis Indigenis praesertim Dublinensibus instituta'' which was published in Dublin in 1726. An appendix was based on botanical notes made by Thomas Molyneux.

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by Threlkeld, Caleb
Published 1726
Printed by S. Powell, for F. Davys in Ross-lane, Richard Norris in Essex-street, at the Corner of Crane-lane, and Josiah Worrall opposite to the Swan-tavern on the Blind-key

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by Threlkeld, Caleb
Published 1727
Printed by S. Powell, for F. Davys in Ross-lane, Richard Norris in Essex-street, at the Corner of Crane-lane, and Josiah Worrall opposite to the Swan-tavern on the Blind-key

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by Threlkeld, Caleb
Published 1727
printed by S. Powell, for the author; and are to be sold by T. Sanders, in Little-Britain, London