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Eric Mjöberg

Swedish zoologist

Died when: 55 years 336 days (671 months)
Star Sign: Leo

 

Eric Mjöberg

Eric Georg Mjöberg (6 August 1882 – 8 July 1938) was a Swedish zoologist and ethnographer who led the first Swedish scientific expeditions to Australia in the early 1900s, and worked in Indonesia.

The plant Vaccinium mjoebergii J.J.Sm. was named after him, as were Mjoberg's toadlet (Uperoleia mjobergii ), the grasshopper Goniaea mjoebergi, the crab Uca mjoebergi, (Gonocephalus mjobergi ), the Atherton Tableland skink (Glaphyromorphus mjobergi ), Mjöberg's bush frog (Philautus mjobergi ), and Mjöberg's dwarf litter frog (Leptobrachella mjobergi ).


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