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date: 27 February 2021

Dryander, Jonas Carlssonlocked

(1748–1810)
  • G. S. Boulger
  • , revised by Margot Walker

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Dryander, Jonas Carlsson (1748–1810), botanist and librarian, was born on 5 March 1748 in Göteborg, Sweden, son of Carl Leonard Dryander (d. 1757), lecturer, and Brita Maria Montin. His uncle, Dr Lars Montin, a botanist and pupil of Linnaeus, advised him on his education after the early death of his father. After attending school in ...

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Historical Manuscripts Commission, National Register of Archives
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Linnean Society of London
British Museum, London