Johan Zoëga

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Johan Zoëga (born 7 October 1742 in Ravsted, Schleswig, died 29 December 1788 (20 Dec.)) was a Danish entomologist and botanist.

Zoëga was a friend of Johan Christian Fabricius and a pupil of Carl Linnaeus who specialized in mosses. He wrote Flora Islandica Soroe, 1772, Kopenhagen et Leipzig 1775. His couson was the archaeologist Jörgen Zoega

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