Haught, Oscar Lee (1893-1975)

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Biographical History

Oscar Lee Haught (1893-1975) was a geologist and amateur botanist who contributed approximately 900 plant specimens to the West Virginia University Herbarium. He also contributed 900 specimens for the United States National Herbarium, Colombia, and South America. He also collected plant and animal fossils in the Dunkard geological series.

Source

Harvard University Herbarium Index of Botanists. ASA Botanist ID: 145026 botanist. Retrieved February 13, 2012

Birth Date

1893

Death Date

1975

Topic

Botany

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Personal name

Occupation

Botanists