Jakob Emanuel Lange

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Jakob Emanuel Lange (2 April 1864 – 27 December 1941), was a Danish mycologist who studied the systematics of gilled mushrooms. His best-known work is Flora Agaricina Danica, a five-volume plate work on the Agaricales of Denmark.[1] He was also a dedicated Georgist land reformer.[2]

He was the father of Morten Lange (1919–2003), mycologist, professor at the University of Copenhagen and member of the Folketing.

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  1. ^ Flora Agaricina Danica- Søgning at 130.225.211.158
  2. ^ Single Tax Year Book (quinquennial): The History, Principles and Application of the Single Tax Philosophy. Single Tax Review Publishing Company. 1917-01-01.
  3. ^ IPNI.  J.E.Lange.