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    Osbeckia chinensis, drawn by Osbeck. Pehr Osbeck (1723 – 23 December 1805) was a Swedish explorer, naturalist and an apostle of Carl Linnaeus. He was born in the parish of Hålanda on Västergötland and studied at Uppsala with Carolus Linnaeus .

  2. Osbeck's Dagbok Ofwer en Ostindsk Resa. OSBECK'S DAGBOK OFWER EN OSTINDSK RESA. E. D. MERRILL. Pehr Osbeck, according to Pritzel, was born at Oset, Sweden, May 9, I723, and died at Hasslof, Sweden, December 23, I805. He had attended the University of Upsala, where he had received in-. struction in natural history from Linnaeus.

  3. Home. Books. A Voyage to China and the East Indies. Together with a Voyage to Suratte, and an Account of the Chinese Husbandry, to Which Are Added, a Faunula and Flora Sinensis. Search within full text. Get access. Volume 1. Pehr Osbeck, Olof Torén, Carl Gustaf Ekeberg. Translated by Johann Reinhold Forster. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.

    • Pehr Osbeck, Olof Toren, Carl Gustaf Ekeberg, Johann Reinhold Forster
    • 2013
  4. Jan 1, 2000 · Pehr Osbeck, a pupil of Carl Linnaeus, recorded extensive lists of species of various organism groups in beech forests during the 18th century in southern Halland (OSBECK 1996, FRITZ 2000....

  5. Mar 5, 2014 · PETER OSBECK'S VOYAGE to CHINA; Pehr Osbeck, Olof Torén, Carl Gustaf Ekeberg; Translated by Johann Reinhold Forster; Book: A Voyage to China and the East Indies; Online publication: 05 March 2014; Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139583718.001

  6. www.wikiwand.com › en › Pehr_OsbeckPehr Osbeck - Wikiwand

    Pehr Osbeck was a Swedish explorer, naturalist and an apostle of Carl Linnaeus. He was born in the parish of Hålanda on Västergötland and studied at Uppsala with Carolus Linnaeus.

  7. Jan 1, 2013 · A student of Carl Linnaeus, Pehr Osbeck (1723-1805) was a Swedish explorer, naturalist and chaplain. He travelled to Asia in 1750-2 and brought back some six hundred specimens that were...

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