AUTHOR, è il termine usato per indicare l'autore di un nome scientifico. E' la persona che per prima ha pubblicato la descrizione di una specie .
CLASSIFICATORE è il termine usato per indicare lo studioso che ha collocato l'animale nel proprio taxa.
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da Silva, Jose Maria Cardoso
 Novaes, Fernando C.
   & Oren, David C.

  da Silva a Zoological Museum, Univ. Copenhagen DK.
  (1995)
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Da Silva Maia, E. J. [da Silva Maia ]
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Dabbene, Roberto    d. 1938
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Dalmas, Raymond, Com.te de    1862-1930 Paris
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Danis, V.
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Darwin, Charles Robert    1809-1882
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Daudin, Francois Marie    1774-1804

  Paris
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David, (Pere) Armand          1826-1900
Chinese Birds

 Died: Nov. 10, 1900

David
 & Oustalet
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Davis
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Davis, TJ
 & ONeill, JP
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Dean
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De Filippi
 vedi anche  Filippi
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Delattre, A.
  [? Pierre Adolphe (see Grinnell Type Loc. Birds Cal. p306)
   Ad. Delattre Cat Br M]
        1842,1843
  [ ? Charles DeLattre ]

Delattre
 & Bourcier

(Lesson)
 & Delattre
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deNaurois, R
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DeRoo, A
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DeSaussure, H. L. F.
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De Vis, Charles Walter    1829-1915
  {Wolters ==> 1824 (!) -1915}
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Degland, Come Damien    d 1856
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Deignan, Herbert Girton    b. 1906
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de la Llave, Pablo    1773-1833 Mexico
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Delacour, Jean Theodore    1890-1985

Delacour
 & Berlioz

Delacour
 & Jabouille

(Hachisuka)
 & Delacour
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Delegorgue, Adolphe (Adulphe)
   Travels in S. Africa
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Delessert, Adolphe
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Deppe, Wilhelm
  accountant of Zoological Museum of Berlin
  brother of Ferdinand (collector and preparator)
  who collected in Mexico with Count von Sack, and
  William Bullock.
  Ferdinand 1794 - c. 1860.

 See:  Stresemann E. 1954.
   Ferdinand Deppe's travels in Mexico, 1824-1829.
   Condor 56(2): 86-92

Browning MR, Monroe BL. 1991.
   Clarification and corrections of the dates of
   issue of some publications containing
   descriptions of North American birds.
   Archives of Natural History 18(3): 381-405.
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Desfontaines, Rene Louiche             1750-1833   Paris
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Deslongchamps
[ ? Eugene Eudes-Deslongchamps 1830-1889 ]
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Desmarest, Anselme-Gaetan              1784-1838
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Des Murs, Marc Athanese Parfait Oeillet   b. 1804

Des Murs
 & Prevost, F.

Des Murs
 & Pucheran

(Prevost)
 & Des Murs

(Verreaux, J.)
 & DesMurs
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Deville, Emile 1810-1880
[?Charles Joseph Sainte-Claire Deville (1814-1876)]

Deville
 & DesMurs

Deville
 & Sclater
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Diamond, Jared M.
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Dickinson
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Diesmos
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Dietrichsen, Lionel
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Diggles, Silvester
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Dillwyn, Lewis Llewelyn    1814-1892

Born: 14 May 1814
 Member of Parliament.
 Died: 19 June 1892 (still an MP at time of death).

 (middle name often spelled "Llewellyn")

 Richard Morris, whose wife is a descendant of Dillwyn's writes
 (2002.01.11):
 "Lewis Llewelyn (correct spelling!) Dillwyn was a British Member
 of Parliament and an industrialist. His father, Lewis Weston
 Dillwyn FRS,FLS was the famous botanist and wrote a number of
 books on the subject.
 LLD did belong to the Linnean Society but as far as I am
 aware never wrote or published on botany.
 The elder brother of LLD was John Dillwyn Llewelyn, a pioneer
 photographer who married a cousin of Henry Fox Talbot.
 The family emigrated to America about 1682 and a grandson
 returned [in the] end of 18th c and settled in London. The
 township of Dillwyn, Virginia, is I believe, named after the
 family and the Parrish Museum on Long Island
 created by a descendant."

(Motley)
 & Dillwyn
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Dinesen
 Lehmberg,Svendsen,Hansen & Fjeldsa
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Dixon, [Charles]
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Do Ngoc Quang
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Dole, Sanford Ballard    1844-1926
   Hawaii
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Domergue, Charles A.
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Donovan, Edward      1768-1837
   England
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Dorst, Jean Pierre     1924-2001
  Born:  7 August 1924  Mulhouse-Brunstatt
  Father: Victor Dorst (industrialist)
  Mother: Gabrielle Rusch Dorst
  Dies:  8 August 2001

 & Jouanin
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Douglas, David       1799-1834
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Drapiez, Pierre Auguste Joseph    1778-1856
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Dresser, Henry Eeles     1838-1915
   England
   Born: May 9, 1838; London, England
   Educated: England, Germany and Sweden
   1856 enters a Lumber firm in Finland (his fathers buisness).
   Buisness activities in Europe and New Brunswick.
   1863 Took a cargo to Texas consigned to the Confederacy.
   Resided in San Antonio, Tx. Assoc. with Heerman (residing there).
   1864-1871: engaged in Iron Trade in London
   Died: Nov. 28, 1915 at Cannes, France

(Sharpe)
 & Dresser
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Du Bus de Gisignies, Bernard-Aime Leonard, vi-com.te,  1808-1874
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Dubois, Alphonse Joseph Charles    1839-1921
    Brussels
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Dubois, Charles Frederic    1804-1867
   Brussels [? father of AJC Dubois; published together]
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Dumeril, Andre Marie Constant     1774-1860
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Dumont de Sainte Croix, Charles Henri Frederic  1758-1830

 Father in law of Lesson.
 Wrote articles for Dict. des Science naturelles
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Dumont D'Urville, Jules Sebastien Cesar   1790-1842

 Born in Conde sur Noireau
 Killed in a train accident  8 May 1842.
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(Amadon)
 & duPont, J.E.
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Durnford, Anthony William   1839-1879
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Dwight, Jonathan, Jr.    1858-1929

  President of the AOU 1923-1926.
  Dec. 8 , 1858: born in New York City;2 East 34th St.
  Son of Jonathan and Julia Lawrence (Hasbrouck) Dwight.
  Boyhood in Madison, N.J. just over line from Morristown.
  1876 enters Harvard University
  Summers spent at Tadousac, on the Saguenay River, Quebec.
  1880 Graduates with honors from Harvard.
  1889 Enters Columbia Medical School.
  1893 Graduates M.D.
  Studies mostly plumage and pterolygy.
  1901 Marries Georgina Gerturde Rundle (d. 1903)
  1914 Marries Ethel Gordan Wishart Adam.
  A descendant of John Dwight who founded Debham, MA; 1634.
  Feb. 22, 1929: died in New York City.

Dwight
 & Griscom
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Author data
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Eames, Charles

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Eames, Jonathan C.

 BirdLife International Vietnam Programme, 293B Tay Son, Dong Da,
 Hanoi, Vietnam.
 (1998)
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Eck
 ? Siegfried Eck, Dresden (1991)
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Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried                 1795-1876
   Berlin

(Hemprich)
 & Ehrenberg

 Zimmer, 1926. p.204 notes that Hemprich died in the field
 during the expedition (1820-1825) and proposes all taxa
 should be attributed to Ehrenberg alone. In my interpretation
 Article 50 of the ICZN (1999) would be interpreted otherwise.
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Eisenmann, Eugene                               1906-1981
        &Lehmann V., C.
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Elgood, John H.
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Elliot, Daniel Giraud                           1835-1915

  Born: Mar. 7, 1835; New York City, NY.
  In early life travelled in s. Europe, W. Indies, and Brazil.
  Influenced by Cassin and Dr T. B. Wilson of Philadelphia.
  1869 travels to England. Abroad 1869-1883.
  1894: curator of zoology, Field Museum, Chicago
  Expeditions to Somaliland, Afr. and Olympic Mountains, WA.
  1906 Columbia Univ. confer honorary D.Sc.
  Died: Dec. 22, 1915

(Salvin)
 & Elliot
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Elwes, Henry John
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Ely,
 [? Dr. Charles A. Ely ?]
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Erard, C
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Erlanger, Carlo Freiherr von                    1872-1904
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Escalente Patricia  [= B. Patricia Escalente P.]
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Eschscholtz, Johann Friedrich                   1793-1831

 German-Russian physician and naturalist.
 Circumnavigations:  1815-18 "Rurik" directed by Otto von Kotzebue
 1823-26 "Predpriaetae".
 Eschscholtz professor at university of Dorpat (Estonia).
 born and died in Dorpat.

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(Wilson, Scott B.)
 & Evans, Arthur Humble   1855-1943
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Eve, Roland

 WWF Indochina Programmed, 7 Yet Kieu, Hanoi, Vietnam.
 (1998)
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Eversmann, Eduard Friedrich                     1794-1860
   Kazan
 Professor of Zoology in Kasan. Pioneer Russian entomologist.
 Published on remote areas of the Russian empire.

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Eydoux, Joseph-Fortune-Theodore   1802-1841
        & Gervais, (Francois Louis) Paul
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Eydoux, Fortune
        & Souleyet, Louis-Francoise-Auguste 1811-1852
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Eyton, Thomas Campell                           1809-1880      Britain
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F
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Falla, Robert Alexander   1901-1979
   N.Z.
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Farkas, Tibor

 Tibor Farkas born and educated in Budapest, Hungary.
 Left after the revolution of 1956.
 Continued studies at University of Brussels, Belgium.
 1961 received degree of "licencie en sciences politiques et diplomatiques."
 Came to the United States in 1961.
 Continued studies at New School for Social Research.
 In 1968 he was awarded the degree of Ph.D. in political science.
 Teaches full time at Marymount Manhattan College.
 His main research interests are in constitutional law and criminal justice.

 [? is this the right Tibor Farkas]
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Fatio, Victor    1838-1906
 Died: March 19, 1906
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Favaloro, Norman Joseph   1905-
 & McEvey, Allan
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Ferrari-Perez, Eduardo      Mexico
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Ferussac, Andre-Etienne-Just-Pascal-Joseph-Francois d'Audeberd (de)
     1786-1836
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(Salvadori)
        & Festa
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Filhol, Henri    1843-1902
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Filippi, Filippo de   1814-1867
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Finsch, Friedrich Hermann Otto  1839-1917
   Zool Mus Leyden, Holl
   Born: Oct. 8, 1839; Warmbrunn, Silesia
   1861 Obtained a position at Leyden Mus. under Schlegel
   1872 visited California
   1884 succeded Hartlaub as curator at Bremen.
   1879-1882; 1884-1886 Toured South Seas.
   1898 Leyden, curator Rijk Museum
   1904 curator of Ethnographic section Museum at Brunswick, Germany
   Died: Jan. 31, 1917
   Sources:
   Book Chapters:
   Sack, P. G. 1972,
   'Finsch, Otto (1839-1917), ornithologist, ethnologist and
   pioneer of German colonialism',
   in Australian Dictionary of Biography,
   ed. Douglas Pike, vol. 4, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne,
   pp. 170-171.
   Journal Articles:
    Singelmann, 1909,
    Prof. Dr. Finschs Anteil an der Erwebung des deutschen
    Suedseeschutzgebites',
    Deutsche Kolonialzeitung,
    October.

Finsch
 & Hartlaub

Finsch
 & Reichenow

(Hartlaub)
 & Finsch

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Fischer G.A.
 [Jacob Benjamin F.  1791; Wilhelm Johannes F. 1914  Zimm
  Gotthelf Fischer von Waldheim ? ]

Fischer
 & Reichenow
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Fischer (von / de) Waldheim, (Johann) Gotthelf  1771-1853
  Moscow
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Fisher
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Fitzinger, Leopold Joseph Franz Johann 1802-1884
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Fitzpatrick, John W.     b 1951

Fitzpatrick, John W.
 & ONeill, JP

Fitzpatrick,
 Terborgh JW,
  & Willard DE

Fitzpatrick & Willard

Fitzpatrick,
 Willard,
  & Terborgh
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Fjeldsa, Jon

 Copenhagen, DK.
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Fleischer [? Johann Gottlieb F.  1797-1838  botanist ]
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Fleming, John, D.D.   1785-1857
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Fleming, J.H.
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Foerster, F.    1865-1918
   German botanist & collector
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Forbes, Henry Ogg   1851-1932
(Ogilvie-Grant)
 & Forbes
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Forbes, William Alexander  1855-1882
  Third presctor of the Zool.Soc. Of Lond.
 Coll.trips Americas (1881), and W. Africa(1882) where he died
 on Upper Niger Riv.
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Forbes-Watson, A

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[Forster 1767-1844]
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Forster, (Johann) Georg Adam  1754-1794
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Forster, Johann Reinhold  1729-1798
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Forster,Thomas Ignatius Maria, M.D. 1789-1860
  Britain
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Forster, Thomas F.
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(ONeill, JP
 , Munn)
  & Franke J., Irma
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Franklin, John    1786-1847
 ? "Jas. Franklin" in CWR for 1831 PZS citations.
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Fraser, Louis     1819-1866
   English nat. hx dealer, coll. Nigeria 1841-2,
   Ecuador 1859, Calif 1860. aut Zoologica typica 1849
(Jardine)
  & Fraser
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Friedmann, Herbert    1900-1987
   US Nat Mus, LA Co. Mus
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Frivaldszky, Imre   1799-1870
   Nat. Hist. of Balkans
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Frohawk, Frederick William  1861-1946
  British Lepidopterist
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Fry, Charles Hilary
 & Smith, DA
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G
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Gaban-Lima, Renato
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Gaimard, Jean Paul (Joseph Paul; Paul) 1793-1858

(Quoy)
 & Gaimard
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(Cain)
 & Galbraith
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Gambel, William             1819-1849
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Garnot, Prosper    1794-1838
(Lesson)
 & Garnot
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Gatter, W [? Wulf pub insects 1981 ]
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(Zotto)
 & Gavio
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Gebler, Friedrich August von  1782-1850
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Gene, Giuseppe    1800-1847
   Pavia, Italy
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Gentry, Thomas George    1843-1905
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Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Albert
 [? & Verreaux, JP]
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Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Etienne  1772-1844
   Paris
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Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire,Isadore   1805-1861
   Paris Son of Etienne
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isadore
 &Lesson
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Georgi, Johann Gottlieb         1738-1802
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Gervais, (Francois Louis) Paul  1816-1879

(Eydoux)
 & Gervais, Paul   1816-1879
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Geyrvon Schweppenburg,

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Giebel, Christoph. Gottfried Andreus 1820-1881

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Giglioli, Enrico Hillyer (Henry Hillyer)  1845-1909

   Florence, Italy 1845-1909
   Father: Dr Guiseppe Giglioli, political exile in Edinburgh, and London.
   Mother: Miss Hillyer (English)
   Born: June 13, 1845, London.
   Family returns to Italy 1848.
   1861 Enrico sent to study in London, by Italian Govt.
   1864 took his degree at Univ. Pisa.
   1865 Appointed asst. naturalist under Professor De Filippi on warship Magenta.
   De Filippi dies early on voyage of cholera. Giglio assumes lead age 22.
   Voyage 1865-68.
   1869 Instructor in Zoology and comparative anatomy of Vertebrates,
   Royal Institute in Florence.
   Granted the high distinction: Grande Ufficiale della Corona d'Italia
   Dies: Dec. 16, 1909 In Florence, It.

   Obit. Auk 27, Oct. 1910:484-5.
   & Salvadori
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Gilliard, E(rnest) Thomas   1912-1965

(Mayr)
 & Gilliard
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Giraud [? Jacob P. ?   1811-1870
 (pub Birds of Long Is. 1844 )]
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Gistel, Johannes Von Nepomuk Franz Xaver Gistel (Gistl)
 (also known as Gistel-Tilesius 1809-1873?)
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Gloger, Constantin Wilhelm Lambert 1803-1859
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Gmelin, Johann Freidrich  1748-1804
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Gmelin, Samuel Gottlieb   1744-1774
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Godman, Frederick duCane  1834-1919
  London

(Salvin)
 & Godman
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Godwin-Austen, Lt. Col Henry Haversham 1834-1923
 [Robert Alfred Cloyne, = father 1808-1884 ]

Godwin-Austen
    & Walden
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Goebel, H
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Goeldi, Emil(io) August(o)  1859-1917
   Swiss; SA Rio d J.
   [pron. Geldi, per William Crocker]
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Goldfuss, Georg August   1782-1848
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Gonzaga, LP

(Teixera)
 & Gonzaga
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Gonzales Pedro C.
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Goodman Hawkins&Domergue
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Gosse, Philip Henry   1810-1888
  born: 6 April, 1810
  died: 23 Aug, 1888
  sometimes given as 1818-1889 (sic)
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Gould, John    1804-1881
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Grandidier, Alfred   1836-1921
 [ brother Ernest G. ]

(Milne-Edwards)
 & Grandidier

(Oustalet)
 & Grandidier,G
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Grandidier, Guillaume (son of Alfred) 1873-1957
 & Berlioz
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Grant, Claude Henry Baxter  1878-1958

Grant, Claude Henry Baxter
 & Mackworth-Praed, Cyril Winthrop
     1891-1974
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Grant, John B.
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Grantsau, R.
Grantsau, R.
 & Camargo
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Granvik, Hugo    1889-****?
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Graves, Gary R.
   US Nat Mus

Graves, Gary R.
 & Weske, John S.

Graves, Gary R.
 O'Neill, John P.
  & Parker, [Theodore A. III ]

(ONeill)
 & Graves

Gray & Gray

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Gray, George Robert   1808-1872
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Gray, John Edward   1800-1875
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Grayson, Andrew Jackson   1819-1867
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Green & Arnold
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Greenfield, Paul J.
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(Griscom)
 & Greenway, James Cowan, Jr.  1903-1989
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Griscom, Ludlow    1890-1959

 2d Lt. Infantry, Leon Springs, TX
 Arthur Allen's first grad. student at Cornell.

(Dwight)
 & Griscom

(Peters)
 & Griscom
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Grote, Hermann    1882-1951
  E Afr
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Guerin-Meneville, Felix Edouard  1799-1874
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Guillemard, Francis Henry Hill  1853-1933
   British geographer, traveller, author
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Guldenstadt, Johann Anton (Gueldenstaedt)
     1745-1780
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Gundlach, Johannes (Juan)  1810-1896
  Cuba
  Dies: March 14, 1896
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Gunnerus, Johann Ernst   1718-1773

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Gunning, Jan Willem Bowdewyn  1860-1913
  S Africa
Gunning
 & Roberts
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Gurney, John Henry          1819-1890
   [N.B. father and son]
   Dies: April 20,1890
   Son: 1848-1922(3)
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Gurney, John Henry, 2nd         1848-1922(3)
   [N.B. father and son]
   Son: 1848-1922(3)
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Gyldenstolpe, (Count) Nils Carl Gustaf Fersen
     1886-
-

Author data
H

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Haagner, Alwin Karl    b. 1880- S Africa

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Hablizl, Carl Ludwig

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Hachisuka, Masa Uji, marquis    1903-1953
  Masauji, 18th Marquis Hachisuka, Ph.D. Sc.D.
  Japan
  Born: Feb. 15, 1903 Atami, Japan.
  Pursued biological studies at Cambridge, England.
  Married: March 7, 1939 to Chiye Negamine of Los Angeles.

Hachisuka
 & Delacour

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Hadden, Don

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Hahn, Carl Wilhelm    1786-1836

Hahn
 & Kuster, Heinrich Carl   1806-1876

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Hall, Robert     1867-1949
   Australia

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Hall, B. P.

(Macdonald)
    & Hall, B.P.

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Hansen

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Harcourt, Edward William Vernon   1825-1891
   Gr. Br.

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Hardwicke, Thomas (Major General)  d. 1835

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Hargitt, Edward     1835-1895
 Born: May 3, 1835; Edinburgh, Scotland.
 Died: March 19, 1895; Edinburgh, Scotland.
 aged 60
 Br. Mus.

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Harington, Col Herbert Hasting    1868-1916
   Edinburgh

 [ HH Harington Birds of Burma 1909 ]
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(Murphy)
    & Harper
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Harrap
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Harrison[? CJO]
 & Marshall[? Alan John 1911-1967 ]

 [Your search for the Personal Name: HARRISON COLIN JAMES OLIVER
 [retrieved 8 records.

 [  Title List
 [  ----------
 [ 1. An atlas of the birds of the western Palaearctic / Colin Harrison
 [   ; design and cartography by Crispin Fisher. <1982>
 [ 2. Bird families of the world / ill. by Ad Cameron ; consultant
 [   editor, C. J. O. Harrison <1978>
 [ 3. Birds of the British Lower Eocene / by C.J.O. Harrison and C.A.
 [  Walker. <1977>
 [ 4. A field guide to the nests, eggs, and nestlings of North American
 [   birds / Colin Harrison <1978>
 [ 5. The history of the birds of Britain / colour plates and drawings
 [   by David Reid-Henry ; text by Colin Harrison. <1988>
 [ 6. A reappraisal of Prophaethon shrubsolei Andrews (Aves) / By Colin
 [   James Oliver Harrison and Cyril Alexander Walker. <1976>
 [ 7. A review of the bony-toothed birds (Odontopterygiformes) : with
 [   descriptions of some new species / by C. J. O. Harrison ... <1976>
 [ 8. Studies in Tertiary avian palaeontology / by C. J. O. Harrison and
 [  C. A. Walker. <1979>
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Harrisson, TH

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Hartert, Ernst Johann Otto    1859-1933

Hartert
 & Butler

Hartert, Ernst
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 & Hartert, Claudia

Hartert
 & Neumann

Hartert
 & Paludan

Hartert
 & Steinbacher

(Berlepsch)
 & Hartert

(Rothschild),
 Hartert,
  & Kleinschmidt

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Harting, James Edmund  1841-1928

[James Edward Fotheringham ? [1884-1913]
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Hartlaub, Gustav (Carl Johann Gustav)   1814-1900
   Bremen
   Dies: Nov 20, 1900

Hartlaub
 & Finsch

(Finsch)
 & Hartlaub
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Hartwig
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Hawker, R. McD.
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Hawkins, A. F. A.

 Probably Frank Hawkins
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Hay, Arthur, 9th Marquis of Tweedale, viscount Walden,
      1824-1878

 See also:  Tweeddale
   Walden

 Note:
 Capt. W.E. Hay published in J.Asiat.Soc.Bengal in 1841
 (Genus Bombycistoma).

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Heck [Carl Robert Berlin 1894; Luwig Franz Friedrich Georg 1860- ]

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Heine, Ferdinand (jnr)    1809-1894

Heine&Reichenow

(Cabanis)
 & Heine
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Heineken
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Heinroth, Oskar     1871-1945
   Berlin
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Hekstra, Gerrit Paulus    1933-
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Heller, Edmund      1875-1939
 Director of the Milwaukee Zoo
 Director of the San Francisco Zoo
 Edmund Heller born Freeport, Illinois on 21 May, 1875.
 1888 moved with his parents to Riverside, CA
 1896 Stanford (A.B. 1901). Joined Hopkins-Stanford Expedition 1898. With  Robert E. Snodgrass,
 spent 7 months in the Galapagos islands.
 Joined the Field Columbian Museum, worked in California, Oregon, Lower California, Mexico and Guatemala.
 1907 accompanied Carl Ethan Akeley on the Field Museum's African expedition.
 Appointed curator of mammals at the MVZ, participated in the 1908 Alexander Alaskan.
 Spent 1909-1912 with the Smithsonian-Roosevelt and Rainey African Expeditions.
 1914 accompanied Lincoln Ellsworth expedition to the Dease River-Telegraph Creek area of British
 Columbia and to Alberta.
 1915 joined National Geographic Society and Yale University sponsored an expedition to Peru.
 1916 joined Roy Chapman Andrews and Yvette Borup Andrews on AMNH Expedition to China.
 1918 with Paul J. Rainey traveled by rail across Siberia to the Ural Mountains and back.
 1919 Smithsonian Cape-to-Cairo Expedition.
 1928-1935 director of the Milwaukee Zoological Garden.
 1935 until 1939 was director of the Fleishhacker Zoo in San Francisco.

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Hellmayr, Charles E. (Carl Eduard)   1879-1943

Hellmayr
 & Conover, H. Boardman   1892-1950

Hellmayr
 & Madarasz

Hellmayr
 & Seilern
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Hemprich, Friedrich Wilhelm   1796-1825
 & Ehrenberg

 Zimmer, 1926. p.204 notes that Hemprich died in the field
 during the expedition (1820-1825).
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Henry, Thomas Charles    1825-1877
   US Army
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Henshaw, Henry Wetherbee   1850-1930

 Mar 3, 1850: born Cambridgeport, MA
 descendant of Mayflower families.
 Friend of William Brewster, S.F. Baird, , and Maj. J-W Powell.
 Nominated both his predecessor and successor as Head of the Biol. Survey.
 Aug 1, 1930: dies Washington, D.C.
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Hermann, Johann [?Jean ]   1733-1800

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Heuglin, Martin Theodor von   1824-1876

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Hilsenberg

(Blake)
 & Hocking
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Hocking

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Höfling, Elizabeth

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Hodgson, Brian Houghton (Bryan)   1800-1894
    India/Nepal
 Member of the Indian Civil Service 1818-1843
 Nepal from 1820 onward. British Resident there, 1833-1843.
 Darjeeling 1845-1859.
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Holboll, Carl Peter    1795-1856
   Dansk.
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Holdsworth, Edmund William Hunt

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Holt Ernest G.

 Montgomery, Alabama
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Holyoak, DT
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Hombron, Jacques-Bernard   1798-1852
 & Jacquinot, Honore   1814- p. 1861

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Homeyer, Alexander von    1834- ]

 Lepidopterist.

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Homeyer, Eugene Ferdinand von   1809-1889

  Died: May 31, 1889

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Horsfield, Thomas    1773-1859
   E India Co
   American Physician. Born in Penn.
   Worked closely with Sir T. Raffles
   1820 appointed Keeper, Museum Hon. East India Co.
   Believed in Quinarain system

Horsfield
 & Moore, F.

(Vigors)
 & Horsfield

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Howell, Steve N.G.

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Howell, Thomas Raymond    1924-

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Humboldt, Alexander von    1769-1859

 1769: born 14 Sept. 1769, Berlin.
 Studied: Frankfurt University;  Göttingen University; mining academy of Freiburg in Saxony.
 Influenced by geologist Abraham Gottlob Werner. Worked in Prussian mining service.
 1790: visited Paris with Georg Forster (naturalist on Captain James Cook's second voyage).
 1796: financially independent; continued studies at Jena; met Goethe and Friedrich
 Schiller.
 1799: Accompanied by the botanist Aimé Bonpland, arrived in what is now Venezuela in July
 and spent the next 5 years exploring the South America. They navigated the Orinoco river
 and confirmed the existence of a connection between the Orinoco and the Amazon.
 1802: June - Humboldt set out to climb the volcanic mount Chimborazo in the Andes (thought
 to be the highest mountain in the world). Reached nearly 20,000 feet, the highest point
 then reached by any European mountaineer.
 1804: Humboldt brief visit to the United States; returns to Europe, settles in Paris
 until 1827.
 1859: dies 6 May 1859.
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Hume, Allan Octavian    1829-1912

 1829: born -- son of Joseph Hume M.P. of the "Radical" Party
 1842: serves as midshipman on frigate Vangauard, mostly in Med.
  Haileybury Training College
  University College Hosp. (studying Medicine and Surgery)
 1849: Joins Bengal Civil Service at Etawah, India. Befriends W.E. Brooks (v.s.)
 1853: marries Mary Anne Grindall (offspring -- one daughter).
   India in the Civil Service.
    Director-General of Agriculture
 1867: Appointed Commissioner of Customs for the North West Provinces.
 1860: Made Commander of the Bath for bravery in dealing with Indian revolts.
   Began collecting in 1862, by 1884 accumulated 102,000 eggs, skins, and nests.
   Collection maintained at his home in Simla, N. India.
   At age 53 retired from civil-service, but while away from home servants sold all
   manuscripts and correspondence.
   Hume gave up ornithology, went into politics and took up botany.
   Principal founder of the Indian National Congress, which first met in 1885.
 1890: Mary Anne Hume dies.
 1894: Hume returns to England, settling in Upper Norwood in London.
   Founded South London Botanic Institute.
 1912: dies 31 July. Buried at Brookward Cemetary

 Refs: Mearns & Mearns. 1988. Biographies for Birdwatchers. Academic Press. New York.
  Wedderburn, W. 1913. Allan Octavian Hume. C.B. Father of the Indian National Congress
  . T.F. Unwin. London.
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Humphrey, Philip S.
 & Thompson, M.C.

 Philip S. Humphrey, Emeritus Dir., KUNHM;
 Prof. Emeritus, Systematics & Ecology.
 Ph.D. Univ. of Michigan, 1955.
  Systematic biology and biogeography of southern South American birds;
  archaeological remains of birds of Tierra del Fuego.

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Hutton, Frederick Wollaston    1836-1905
English/N.Z. geologist, zoologist.

NOTE:
a Lt. Thomas Hutton published at least two taxa, in the
J.Asiat.Soc.Bengal  Gypaetos Hemachalanus 1836 and
Gypaetos himachalanis 1847.



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