In his 1735 book, Systema naturae, Linnaeus classified 4,400 animal species and 7,700 plant species. It was in the 10th edition of the book, published in 1758, that Linnaeus devised the binomial system of nomenclature for animals and plants that is still used by biologists today.
- The Linnean herbarium at the Swedish Museum of Natural History
- The Linnean Correspondance
- The Swedish Linnaeus Society
- The Linnean Society of London