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Deleuze learned the story of Andre Michaux's life from Michaux himself. This seminal work has now been annotated for the modern reader while retaining the lyrical prose of the original English translation.
Memoirs of the life and botanical travels of André Michaux, by . Dorr, Laurence J. 1996. Sterculiaceae (Cacao Family). Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 78:1–581. 1996
Memoirs of the life and botanical travels of André Michaux, by . Deleuze, and André Michaux in Florida,. 2002. The Leguminosae of Madagascar, by D. Du Puy et a. and Generic tree flora of Madagascar,. Ayenia saligna (Sterculiaceae), a new species from Colombia.
Michaux was the eldest son of the manager of the . The primary source is J. P. F. Deleuze, Notice historique sur André Michaux, in Annales du Muséum national d’histoire naturelle, 3 (1804), 191–227.
Michaux was the eldest son of the manager of the 500-acre royal farm at Satory. His father died when the boy was seventeen, and after four years at a boarding school Michaux became manager of the farm. Michaux pursued his botanical studies with Bernard de Jussieu at the Trianon (1777) and then at the Jardin des Plantes. He returned from a visit to England with seeds for Le Monnier and the influential Louis, due de Noailles of Perpignan.
André Michaux, also styled Andrew Michaud, (8 March 1746 – 13 November 1802) was a French botanist and explorer. He is most noted for his study of North American flora. In addition Michaux collected specimens in England, Spain, France, and even, Persia. His work was part of a larger European effort to gather knowledge about the natural world.