Author:Lewis David von Schweinitz

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Lewis (Ludwig) David von Schweinitz
(1780–1834)
German-American botanist and mycologist.
Published as Lewis D. de Schweinitz
and Ludovici Davidis de Schweinitz

Standard botanical author abbreviation: Schwein.

Lewis (Ludwig) David von Schweinitz

Works by Schweinitz[edit]

  • Conspectus Fungorum in Lusatiæ superioris agro Nieskiensi crescentium e methodo Persooniana. Cum tabulis XII, æneis pictis, species nova XCIII sistendibus, with J. B. Albertini (1805). (a comprehensive work on Upper Lusatian fungi)
  • "Synopsis Fungorum Carolinae Superioris." in Soc. nat. cur. Lips. 4:20-132.(1822).
  • "Attempt of a Monography of the Linneaen Genus Viola, comprising all the Species hitherto observed in North-America" in The American Journal of Science, and Arts, 5: 46-81. (1822).
  • Analytical table to facilitate the determination of the hitherto observed North American species of the genus Carex. (Read at the New York Lyceum of Nat. Hist., Dec. 8, 1883).
  • A Catalogue of Plants, collected in the Northwestern Territory, by Mr. Thomas Say, in the year 1823. (Phila. 1824).
  • "Description of a number of new American species of Sphaeriae." in Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 5:3-17. (1825).
  • "Synopsis Fungorum in America Boreali Media Digentium." in Trans. Am. Phil. Soc. of Phil. N. S. 4:141-318. (1832).
  • "Account of the Journey of Br. and Sr. Ludwig v. Schweinitz from Herrnhut to Bethlehem in Pennaylvania" in The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biograpy. 46:312-333 (1922)

Works about Schweinitz[edit]

  • "A Sketch of the Life and Scientific Work of Lewis David von Schweinitz". in Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society (compiled from Walter R. Johnson's memoir above and his son Edmund de Schweinitz) (1886)
  • "Schweinitz, Lewis David von." in The National Cyclopædia of American Biography. 8:380 (1898)
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.