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Suzanne Célina Marie Julie Joséphine Leclercq (March 28, 1901 – June 12, 1994) was a Belgian paleobotanist and paleontologist known for her study of Devonian era plants. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Liège, and worked in Belgium and the United Kingdom throughout her research career. She was a member of many scientific and professional societies, including the Botanical Society of America, the Paleobotanical Society of India, and the Geological Society of Belgium, which she led from 1953-1954. Leclercq was a professor of stratigraphy and paleophytology at her alma mater throughout her career, though she conducted research at the British Museum, the Geological Survey in London, Glasgow University, Manchester University, University College London, and Cambridge University. The standard author abbreviation Leclercq is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

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