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Norrlinia is a botanical and mycological periodical published, at irregular intervals, by the Botanical Museum of the Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki. The periodical is named in honour of Johan Petter Norrlin (1842-1917), who belonged to the staff of the Department of Botany, University of Helsinki, from 1867 to 1903, first as an assistant and from 1879 onwards as Professor of Botany. Norrlin was a pioneer in plant geography in Finland, and is also well known for his work on lichens and on the taxonomy of the apomictic taxa of Hieracium and Pilosella.
Please note that Norrlinia, Volume 32 was not available to the book trade booksellers. The publisher just printed a small edition of the guide and distributed it to relevant stakeholders in Finland.