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Joachim Johann Nepomuk Spalowsky

Prodromus in Systema Historicum Testaceorum, published by the widow of Ignaz Alberti (1795)

Joachim Johann Nepomuk Anton Spalowsky (1752, Reichenberg – 1797) was an Austrian naturalist and polymath.

"He was a surgeon attached to the civic regiments of Vienna."[1]

Spalowsky's 1795 treatise on conchology, Prodromus in Systema Historicum Testaceorum,[2] published by the widow of Ignaz Alberti, includes original descriptions of several new species. He also wrote works on birds, plants, and mammals, including Beytrag zur Naturgeschichte der Vögel (1790–95).

He was a Member of the Royal Czech Society of Sciences.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Spalowsky, Joachim Johann Nepomuk Anton. "Introduction to a Systematic History of Shelled Animals". World Digital Library (in Latin and German). Retrieved 1 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Introduction to a Systematic History of Shelled Animals". wdl.org.