Johannes Antonius Scopoli     (1723 - 1788)




Image of Johannes Antonius Scopoli from J. Dörfler (1906 - 1907) Botaniker Porträts
Johannes Antonius Scopoli

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Biography
Sources
Selected publications
Species
Genera

Biography

studies in Trent, studies medicine in Innsbruck

1743     earns MD in Innsbruck, practices in Italy and Austria

1767 - 1776     professor for minerology and metallurgy in Schemnitz (Banska Stiavnica)

professor of chemistry and botany at the university of Pavia

Scopoli is a transitional figure in a different way from Schweinitz: the first edition of his Flora carniolica uses polynyms, but the second edition follows the Linnaean system.
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Sources

Heinrich Dörfelt & Heike Heklau (1998) Die Geschichte der Mykologie
      (Die Geschichte der Mykologie)



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Selected Publications

Johannes Antonius Scopoli (1760) Flora carniolica 1st ed.

Johannes Antonius Scopoli (1772) Flora carniolica 2nd ed. 2 vol.
Only the second volume here has fungi in it


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Species

Amanita caesarea (Scopoli: Fries) Greville sensu D. T. Jenkins
Armillaria tabescens (Scopoli) Emel
Armillariella tabescens (Scopoli: Fries) Singer
Clitocybula lacerata (Scopoli) Métrod
Clitopilus prunulus (Scopoli: Fries) Kummer
Cystoderma amianthinum (Scopoli: Fries) Fayod
Gomphidius maculatus (Scopoli: Fries) Fries
Hericium coralloides (Scopoli: Fries) S. F. Gray
Laccaria laccata (Scopoli: Fries) Broome & Berkeley
Lepiota procera (Scopoli: Fries) S. F. Gray
Macrolepiota procera (Scopoli) Singer
Marasmius rotula (Scopoli: Fries) Fries
Marasmius scorodinus (Scopoli: Fries) Fries
Mycena epipterygia (Scopoli: Fries) S. F. Gray
Mycena galericulata (Scopoli: Fries) S. F. Gray
Thelephora palmata Scopoli: Fries

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Genera

Omphalia (Scopoli: Fries) Staude

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