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Johann Rudolph Schellenberg

Johann Rudolph Schellenberg (4 January 1740 – 1806) was a Swiss Artist, writer, botanist and entomologist. He died in Basel.

He illustrated many botanical and entomological works including Johann Heinrich Sulzer's Die Kennzeichen der Insekten, nach Anleitung des Königl. Schwed. Ritters und Leibarzts Karl Linnaeus. Mit einer Vorrede des Herrn Johannes Gessners, published in Zurich in 1761; Johann Jacob Roemer's Genera Insectorum Linnaei et Fabricii iconibus illustrata published in Winterthur, Steiner in 1789 and his own Genres des mouches Diptères représentés en XLII planches projettées et dessinées et expliquées par deux amateurs de l'entomologie, published in Zurich in 1803. This work has 42 plates.

J.R. Schellenberg Gattungen der Fliegen

Schellenberg described some new species of Coleoptera and Diptera including:

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