Cryptobotany (Greek κρυπτός, kryptos, "hidden" + botany; roughly, "study of hidden plants") is the study of plant forms that have eluded scientific analysis and classification, and particularly specimens of such forms that are considered folkloric or legendary. The field is a counter-part to cryptozoology (animals) and cryptomycology (fungus).
- Thiselton-Dyer, T. F. (1889), The Folk-Lore of Plants, London: Chatto & Windus, https://archive.org/details/folkloreplants00thisgoog
- Skinner, Charles M. (1911), Myths and Legends of Flowers, Trees, Fruits, and Plants in All Ages and in All Climes, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, https://archive.org/details/mythslegendsoffl00skin
- Wilkins, Harold T. (1948), Devil Trees and Plants of Africa, Asia and South America: Madagascar's Cannibal Tree, The Bohun Upas of Java, and The Weird Poison and Hallucination Plants of South America, Girard, Kan.: Haldeman-Julius Co.
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