Linnaeus has now read Johan Otto HagströmísHagström, Johan Otto
(1716-1792). Swedish. Physician and
naturalist. Linnaeusís student. Linnaeus
wrote the introduction to his Pan
apum (1768), on bee-pollinated
flowers. He was one of the tutors of
Carl Linnaeus the Younger. Correspondent
of Linnaeus. Pan apumHagström, Johan Otto Pan
apum, eller afhandling om de örter,
af hvilka bien hälst draga deras
honung och vax; ingifven til K.
Vetenskaps academien, såsom svar
på dess fråga,
bi-skötsel(Stockholm, 1768) for the eighth time, which Hagström sent him, and he did so without exaggeration, considers it a gem. Hagströmís new information, his brief and ingenious style of writing, clear thoughts and conclusions have the result that the reader must have a brain of stone not to be moved with affection for this book. Linnaeus considers that with this one work Hagström has carved his name in the rock so deeply that nothing could alter it, and sends his congratulations to Hagström on achieving immortality.
Species are well determined