Johannes Müller Argoviensis

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Johannes Müller Argoviensis
Born 9 May 1828
Teufenthal, Aargau
Died 28 January 1896
Geneva
Nationality Swiss
Fields botanist

Johannes Müller Argoviensis was the name used by the Swiss botanist Johann Müller (9 May 1828 in Teufenthal, Aargau – 28 January 1896 in Geneva). He was the monographer of Resedaceae, Apocynaceae and Euphorbiaceae in A. P. de Candolle's Prodromus and Martius's Flora Brasiliensis. He was also an authority on lichens.

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