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Carl Linnaeus bibliography

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Carl Linnaeus bibliography

The bibliography of Carl Linnaeus includes academic works about botany, zoology, nomenclature and taxonomy written by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778). Linnaeus laid the foundations for the modern scheme of binomial nomenclature and is known as the father of modern taxonomy. His most famous works is Systema Naturae which is considered as the starting point for zoological nomenclature together with Species Plantarum which is internationally accepted as the beginning of modern botanical nomenclature.

Contents

Published works

  • (1735) Systema Naturae
  • (1736) Fundamenta Botanica
  • (1736) Bibliotheca Botanica
  • (1736) Musa Cliffortiania
  • (1737) Critica Botanica
  • (1737) Flora Lapponica
  • (1737) Genera Plantarum
  • (1737) Hortus Cliffortianus
  • (1738) Classes plantarum
  • (1745) Öländska och Gothländska Resa
  • (1745) Flora Svecica
  • (1746) Fauna Svecica
  • (1747) Flora Zeylonica
  • (1747) Wästgötha Resa
  • (1748) Hortus Uppsaliensis
  • (1749) Materia Medica
  • (1751) Philosophia Botanica
  • (1751) Skånska Resa
  • (1752) Odores Medicamentorum
  • (1753) Species Plantarum
  • (1753) Museum Tessinanum
  • (1754) Museum S:ae R:ae M:tis Adolphi Friderici
  • (1762) Inebriantia
  • (1763) Centuria Insectorum
  • (1764) Museum S:ae M:tis Ludovicae Ulricae Reginae
  • (1766) Clavis Medicinae Duplex
  • (1767) Mantissa Plantarum
  • (1771) Mantissa Plantarum Altera
  • (1773) Deliciae Naturae
  • (1774) Systema Vegetabilium
  • Posthumous publications

  • (1792) Praelectiones in ordines naturales plantarum published by Paul Dietrich Giseke
  • (1907) Föreläsningar öfver stenriket published by C. Benedicks
  • (1907) Lachesis naturalis published by A.O. Lindfors
  • (1957) Örtabok published by T. Fredbärj
  • (1957) Diaeta naturalis 1733 published by A. Hj. Uggla
  • References

    Carl Linnaeus bibliography Wikipedia


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