Michael Joseph François Scheidweiler botany professor taxonomist
Michael Joseph François Scheidweiler is a 62 years old botany professor taxonomist Michael Joseph François Scheidweiler was born on January 01, 1799 (died on January 01, 1861, he was 62 years old) in .
Michael Joseph François Scheidweiler was a German-born professor of botany and taxonomist whose main area of interest was the Cactaceae. From a collection by Henri Guillaume Galeotti he first described Ariocarpus retusus type species of the genus in 1838 in Brussels. He initially worked as a pharmacist and industrial chemist in Siegburg Cologne and Aachen. In 1830 he settled in Belgium first in Liege later in Brussels.
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No, he died on 01/01/1861, 160 years ago. He was 62 years old when he died.
Other facts about Michael Joseph François Scheidweiler
|Languages spoken, written or signed||German|
|Member of||Commission Royale De Pomologie|
|Field of work||Plant Science|
|Date of death||1861-09-24T00:00:00Z|
|Notable work||Flore Des Serres Et Des Jardins De L'Europe|
|Botanist author abbreviation||Scheidw.|
|Country of citizenship||Belgium|
|Has written for||Annales De Pomologie Belge Et étrangère|