Johannes Müller Argoviensis

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Johannes Müller Argoviensis
Born 9 May 1828
Teufenthal, Aargau
Died 28 January 1896 (1896-01-29) (aged 67)
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.