Nicolaus Joseph, baron von Jacquin to Carl Linnaeus,
1 June 1776 n.s.
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Echius rubrus is discussed. Jacquin promises seeds. Jacquin’s specimen differs from that presented by Linnaeus.
Linnaeus must be mistaken on the Iris. – Jacquin reports on some more plants, among them a Vicia, and wants more information on Terminalia.
The statement by Linnaeus on Sempervivum sediforme gives Jacquin reason to describe the differences between that and Sedum rupestre, as he sees them.
The new name of Abroma augusta is Abroma augusta.
Jacquin sends a plate of a plant that is similar to Crinum Zeylanicum, but not quite identical. He asks for Linnaeus’s opinion.
Jacquin asks if Adolf MurrayMurray, Adolph (1751-1803).