Karl Müller (bryologist)
Prior to 1843 he worked as a pharmacist at several locations in Germany (Kranichfeld, Jever, Detmold and Blankenburg am Harz), followed by studies in botany at the University of Halle (1843 to 1846). In 1843 he became an assistant editor of Botanische Zeitung, and in 1852 was co-founder of the journal Die Natur. During his career he amassed a moss herbarium consisting of 12,000 bryological species. Pyrrhobryum parramattense is one of the many species he described.
- Synopsis muscorum frondosorum (two volumes, 1849/1851).
- Genera muscorum frondosorum (1901)., (with Karl Schliephacke).
- Antäus oder to dir Natur im Spiegel der Menschheit.
- Parts of this article are based on a translation of an equivalent article at the French Wikipedia.
- Darwin Correspondence Project- Müller, J.K.A.
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