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Harriotta raleighana
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senior synonym, original combination
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  Etymology of generic noun  
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[an]a- (L.), belonging to: per Goode & Bean (1896), in honor of Thomas Harriott (ca. 1560‒1621), English astronomer, mathematician, ethnographer and translator, who published the first English work on American natural history (1588). (See ETYFish)
  Etymology of specific epithet  
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In honor of Sir Walter Raleigh (ca. 1554‒1618), “philosopher and explorer, by whom the first English scientific expedition was sent to the New World” (Raleigh funded a 1585 expedition to Roanoke Island, North Carolina, with Thomas Harriott [honored in the (See ETYFish)
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