Carolus Linnaeus

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Noun1.Carolus Linnaeus - Swedish botanist who proposed the modern system of biological nomenclature (1707-1778)Carolus Linnaeus - Swedish botanist who proposed the modern system of biological nomenclature (1707-1778)
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The Australian schools competition that marked the 300th anniversary of the birth of Carl von Linnaeus, reported in the last issue, has been judged and awarded.
Blom, "Constantin Huygens"; Jacob Schmutz, "Sebastien Izquierdo"; Alain Michel, "Jean de Salisbury"; Michel Simonin, "Michel de L'Hospital"; Colette Nativel, "Domenicus Lampsonius"; Pierre Lardet, "Louis Le Roy"; Marie-Elisabeth Boutroue, "Carl von Linnaeus"; Ann Moss, "Conrad Lycosthene"; Monique Mund-Dopchie, "Olaus Magnus"; Alain Legros, "Jean Maldonat, S.J."; Marc Laureys, "Bartolomeo Marliano"; Toshinori Uetani, "Jean Martin"; Charles Bene, "Marc Marule de Split"; Isabelle Pantin, "Michael Marullus"; Jean-Francois Maillard, "Jean Mercier"; Chris L.
Thanks to the work of Swedish taxonomist (expert in plant and animal classification) Carl von Linnaeus (1707-1778), folks in the 19th century were treated to one of history's prettiest timepieces: the floral clock.