Johannes Conrad Schauer

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Johannes Conrad Schauer ( * 1813, † 1848 also written Johannes Conrad Schauer) was a German botanist. His botanical author abbreviation is " rain ".

His department in botany were the seed plants. He described the first time, based in Western Australia plant Eucalyptus lehmannii who at that time was still called Symphyomyrtus lehmannii and later given its present name.

Schauer was employed at the University of Greifswald Botanical and published from there writings about myrtle.


  • Characteristics to rain
  • Description of Eucalyptus lehmannii