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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Narosky, S
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Natterer, Johann   1787-1843
   collected in Brazil 1817-1835
   Born: Nov. 9th, 1787: Laxenburg. 6 km south of Wien, Austria.
   Died: Wien, June, 17, 1843.

Natterer
 & Malherbe

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Naumann, Johann Andreas   1744-1826

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Naumann, Johann Friedrich  1780-1857

Naumann
 & Naumann

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Naurois

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Navarrete, L.

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Navarro, Aldolfo G.  [= Adolfo G. Navarro S.]

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Neave, Sheffield Airey

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Neboux, Adolphe-Simon   1806-?

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Nelson, Edward William    1855-1934

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Neumann, Oscar Rudolph   1867-1946
   Europe  moved to Field Mus. Chicago

Reichenow
 & Neumann

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Newman

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Newton, Alfred    1829-1907
   Prof Zool & Comp. Anat. Magdalen Coll 1864-1894
   Fellow Royal Society
   Dies: June 7, 1907.

Newton, Alfred
 & Newton, Sir Edward  1832-1897

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Newton, Sir Edward   1832-1897

 Born: Nov, 1832
 Colonial Service in Mauritius, 1859-1877.
 Founder and original member of the
 British Ornithologist's Union. "one of the eight who
 formulated the idea of the Union and of the Ibis,
 one of the original 20 members to which the BOU was
 strictly limited."
 Lt. Gov. and Colonial Sec'y Jamaica, 1877-1883.
 Knighted 1887.
 Died: April 25, 1897

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Nichols, John Treadwell
 & Mowbray, Louis L.   1883-

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Nicolai, J

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Nilsson, Sven [Skandinnavisk Fauna 1824-1828]
     1787-1883

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Nitzsch, Christian Ludwig  1782-1837

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(Bangs)
        & Noble, Gladwyn Kingsley 1894-1940
   AMNH

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(Shaw)

 & Nodder, Richard P.

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Nordmann, Alexander von   1803-1866

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Nores, M
 & Yzurieta, D

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North, Alfred John   1855-1917
   Australia, Nat Mus of A.

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Novaes,Fernando C.

 Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi,
 Departamento de Zoologia
 C.P. 399
 66017-970
 Belem, Para, Brazil
 (1995)

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Nuttall, Thomas    1786-1859
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O
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ONeill, John Patton   1942-
 & Graves, GR

ONeill, JP
 , Munn
 & Franke
ONeill, JP
 & Parker

(Fitzpatrick)
 & ONeill, JP

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Oniki, Y.

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O'Reilly, Bernard

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Oates, Eugene William    1845-1911
   Burmah, India
   Born: Dec. 31, 1845
   Worked in Public Works Dept. in India
   Later moved to England.
   Sec'y BOU 1898-1901
   Died: Nov. 16, 1911

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Oberholser, Harry Church   1870-1963

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Ogawa

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Ogilvie-Grant, William Robert    1863-1924

 Curator of Birds, British Museum 1909-1918.
 Born: Mar. 25, 1863; Easter Elchies, Morayshire, Scotland
 Second son of George H. E. O-G.
 and Eleanora (daughter of Sir Will. Gordon Cummings).
 Age 19: entered service of British Museum.
 1890: Married Maud Louisa, eldest daughter of of Vice Admiral Mark Pechell.
 Died: Jul 26, 1924; Farley Cottage, near Reading, England
 Invalid for several years after a stroke in 1916 with working
 on fortifications near London with 1st Battalion, County of London Regiment.
 in which he had enlisted at the beginning of the war.

Ogilvie-Grant
 & Forbes

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Oken, Lorenz     1779-1851
   Ger.

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Oliver, Walter Reginald Brook   1883-1957
   N.Z.

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Olphe-Galliard, Victor Aime Leon  1825-1893

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Olrog, Claes Christian    1912-1985
   Sweden to Argentina

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Olson & Warheit

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Olsson, Urban

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Oort, Eduard Daniel van    1876-1933

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Orbigny, Alcide Dessalines d    1802-1857

 [N.B. Charles-Marie Dessalines d Orbigny 1770-1856
  naturalist ]

Orbigny, Alcide Dessalines d    1802-1857
 & Lafresnaye

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Oren, David C.

 Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi,
 Departamento de Zoologia
 C.P. 399
 66017-970
 Belem, Para, Brazil
 (1995)
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Ord, George     1781-1866

(Rowley)
        <"A name=Orr">
        & Orr, RT

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Osburn

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Otto, Bernhard Christian  1745-1835

 Translator and editor of Vol. 7 to the end (12 more vols.?)
 of Buffon's "Naturgeschichte der Vogel."

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(Vieillot)

 & Oudart, PL    1796-?

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Oustalet, Emile     1844-1905

 Born: 24 Aug, 1844; Montbeliard, Dept. of Doubs.
 1873 succeded Jules Verreaux at Paris Museum Nat. Hist.`
 1900 Succeded Alphonse Milne-Edwards (on his death).
 Died: 23 Oct, 1905; Saint Cast (Cotes du Nord) Fr.

Oustalet
 & Grandidier

(Milne-Edwards)
 & Oustalet

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Owen, Richard     1804-1892
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P
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Pacheco, Whitney, & Gonzaga

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Packert

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Pakenham, RHW

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Pallas, Peter Simon    1741-1811

 Father: Professor of Surgery.
 Mother: French.
 Born: Sept. 22, 1741. Berlin.
 1758: Attended Halle Univ. then transf. to Goettingen.
 1760 moved to Leyden.
 Doctorate at age 19.
 Died: Sept. 8, 1811. Berlin.

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Palmen, Johann (Johan) Axel   1845-1919

(Hartert)
 &
 & Paludan, Knud John    1908-
   Dansk

(Stresemann)
 & Paludan

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Parker

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Parker, Theodore A., III

 Born: 1 April, 1953
 Raised in Lancaster, PA.
 LSU
 Died: 3 Aug, 1993 in a small plane crash near Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Parker, T. A., III
 & ONeill, J.P

(Graves)
 ONeill
  & Parker

ONeill
 & Parker

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Parker,SA

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Parkes, Kenneth C.
 & Amadon, Dean

(Kepler)
 & Parkes, Kenneth C.

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Parzudaki, Emile   [ no date NUC, Br M Cat ]

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Paykull, Gustaf von, Friherr     1757-1826
    Swedish entomologist
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Payne, Robert B.
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Payraudeau, B.C.
   [Catalog Annelids + Molluscs of Corsica 1826 ]

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Peale, Titian Ramsay    1800-1885

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Pearson, J.T.
 J.T. Pearson, M.D.

(Bangs)
 &
 & Peck, Morton E.

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Pelzeln, August von    1825-1891
  Imp Mus Vienna
  Custos; 40 years in charge of Mammal and Bird collections.

 Died: 2 Sept, 1891 Oberdobling (near Vienna)
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Penard, Thomas Edward    1878-1936
 Born: May 7, 1878. Paramaribo, Surinam.
 Came to US at age 13 living in Everett, MA.
 MIT 1896-1900. S.B. Electrical Engineering.
 Worked for Edison Electric Illuminating Co.
 Worked with Outram Bangs.
 1905 Married Sabrina Grant. son Frederick.
 Died: Oct 27, 1936 Cambridge, MA.

(Bangs),
 & Penard

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Pennant, Thomas     1726-1798

(Benson)
 &
 & Penny

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Perkins, Robert Cyril Layton   b. 1866

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Perry, George

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Peters, D. Stephan

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Peters, James Lee    1890-1952

 2nd Lt. Quartermaster's Corps. Jacksonville FL
 Later served in France.

Peters, JL
 & Griscom

Peters, JL
 & Loveridge

(Bangs)
 & Peters, JL

(Barbour)
 & Peters, JL

(Wetmore)
 & Peters, JL

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Peters, Wilhelm Karl Hartwig   1815-1883

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Peterson, A. Townsend

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Phelps

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Phelps, William Henry, Jr   1902-1988
   Venezuela

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 & Phelps, W. H., Jr.
   Venezuela

(Wetmore)
 & Phelps

(Zimmer)
 & Phelps

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Philippi, Rodolfo Amando    1808-1904
 (Rudolph Amandus)
 born: 14 Sep., 1808
 died: 23 July, 1904
  Santiago Chile 1853-1883.
 Director of the Santiago Museum.

Philippi
 & Landbeck, Luis

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Phillips, Allan R

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Phillips, John Charles    1876-1938

(Bangs)
 & Phillips

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Phillips ( see Lort Phillips )

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Phipps, Constantine John   1744-1792
 2nd Baron Mulgrave

1.     Phipps, Constantine John, 1744-1792.
       Voyage of Captain Phipps towards the North Pole : with a brief
         view of the attempts at discovering a ...
       Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph and James Crukshank,
         1803.

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Pinto, Oliverio Mario de Oliveira  b 1896

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Pleske, Theodor Dimitrivitch   1858-1913
 Imp. Acad. Sci. St. Petersburg  1886-1896.
 Zool. Musem   1893-1897.

 [Mearns give 1858-1932]

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Poeppig, Eduard Friedrich   1798-1868
   Cuba

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Pollen, Francis P. L.     1842-1886
   Neth.

(Schlegel)
 & Pollen

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Pontoppidan, Erik    1698-1764
   Dansk.

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Portenko, Leonid Aleksandrovich 1896-1972

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Potts, Thomas Henry    1824-1888 N.Z.

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Pratt

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Prevost, Florent (Or Prevot)    d.1870
   Assist. Nat. Paris Mus. ca 1840
Prevost
 & DesMurs

(DesMurs)
 & Prevost

(Knip)
 & Prevost

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Prigogine, Alexandre   1913-
   Belgian Congo

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Prjvalsky,
 Nikolai (Nicholas) Mikhailovitch (Michailovitch) (General)
      1839-1887

 Also as Przhevalski, Przhevalsky, Przewalski, Prejevalsky,
  Prejevalski, Prejevalsky & Przewalsk.

  (pron. She-val-ski)
 Born 1839 Kimbory, Smolensk into a noble Cossack family.
 Died: Oct. 20, 1887 (from AOU April, 1910. some give as 1888)

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Prum, Richard O.

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Pucheran, Jacques    1817-1894

(DesMurs)
 & Pucheran

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Author data
Q

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Quoy, Jean Rene Constant   1790-1869
 & Gaimard, Jean Paul
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Author data
R
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Rand, Austin L.

(Rand)
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 & Rabor, Dioscoro S   1911-1996

 Known as Joe.
 Born: Cebu City, Phillipines 18 May, 1911

 Pre-eminent Phillipine zoologist and conservationist.

 Died: College, Laguna, Luzon, Phillipines
     25 March, 1996.
  Kennedy RS, Miranda HC Jr. 1998. In Memoriam: Dioscoro S. Rabor,
 1911-1996. Auk 115(1):204-205.

(Mayr)
 & Rand

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Rackett, Thomas     1757-1841 Br M Cat
      175(?5,6,7)-184(?0,1)

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Radde, Gustav Ferdinand Richard (von)  1831-1903
   Russia

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Raffles, T. Stamford    1781-1826

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Rafinesque, Constantine Samuel   1783-1840
  born: 22 Oct., 1783
  died: 18 Sept., 1840
      1784-1842 (?)

 Also as Rafinesque-Schmaltz

 Born in Constantinople, travelled to N.Am. as a youth
 Leaving Leghorn in March, 1802 with his brother
 Landed in Philadelphia 18 April, 1802.
 returning to Sicily, where he got to know William Swainson.
 Travelled to America, arriving shipwrecked and penniless.
 Became Professor of Nat. Hist. in Kentucky, and friend of
 Audobon.  Died in poverty.
 

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Ramsay, Edward Pierson    1842-1916

 Curator of Birds, Australian Museum, 1874-1894.

(Castlenau)
 & Ramsay

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Ramsay, Robert George Wardlaw    1852-1921

 Lieutenant, later Col.
 Nephew of Arthur Hay, Lord Walden, Marquis of Tweeddale

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Rand, Austin L.     1905-

Rand
 & Rabor

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Ranzani, Camillo     1775-1841

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Raposo, Marcus A.

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Rasumssen, Pamela C.

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Reich,GC
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Reichenbach, Ludwig (Heinrich Gottlieb(f) Ludwig)
 Henrico Theophilo Ludovico Reichenbach
      1793-1879
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Reichenberger, Elsie M.B. (Mrs.)

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Reichenow, Anton     1847-1941
   Berlin Mus.  Jean Cabanis' son-in-law

Reichenow
 & Neumann

(Fischer)
 & Reichenow

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Reinert, Bianca L.

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Reinhardt, Johannes Theodor   1816-1882

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Reiser, Othmar     1861-1936
   Landesmuseum Sarajevo

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Restall, RL

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Ribeiro, Alipio de Miranda    1874-1939

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Rice, N.H.

 prob. Nathan Rice

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Richard,L
 & Bernard

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Richardson, Sir John    1787-1865

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Richmond, Charles Wallace   1868-1932

 Parents Edward Leslie and Josephine Ellen Richmond (nee Henry).
 eldest son.
 Taught by William Brewster to prepare skins.
 Member of the Appleton Club, which meets yearly in Washington.
 (from Mathews obit in Ibis 1932 p.691-3.)

 The Smithsonian biography reads:
"Charles Wallace Richmond (1868-1932) was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and moved to Washington, D.C., in 1881 where he became a page at the House of Representatives.
In 1888, he joined a United States Geological Survey expedition to Montana to pursue his ornithological interests, and later joined the staff of the United States Department of Agriculture as an ornithological clerk in the Division of Economic Ornithology and Mammalogy.
After a collecting trip to Nicaragua, Richmond returned to Washington and became a night watchman at the United States National Museum (USNM). He was soon promoted to the position of Aid and then Assistant in the Section of Birds.
In 1894, Richmond was appointed Assistant Curator of Birds, and in 1918 he became Associate Curator of this division. In 1929, he was appointed Curator but was reappointed Associate Curator at his own suggestion to allow for the appointment of Herbert Friedmann as Curator in the same year.
Richmond's scientific work dealt largely with problems of ornithological nomenclature in which he was recognized as an international authority. One of Richmond's greatest contributions to the field was his card catalog of generic and specific names of birds which was consulted by ornithologists all over the world."

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Ridgely, Robert S.
 & Robbins, Mark B.

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Ridgway, Robert     1850-1929

(Baird)
 & Ridgway

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Riley, Joseph Harvey    1873-1941

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Ripley, S. Dillon    1913-2001

 Secretary of Smithsonian 1964-1984.
 Died: 12 March 2001.  Washington, D.C.

Ripley
 & Rabor

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Rippon,

 [Robert Henry Fernando 1898-1957 Butterflies? ]

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Rislachi, Gabriel

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Robbins, Mark B.

Robbins, Rosenberg & Molina

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Roberts, Austin    1883-1948

 Author of "Birds of South Africa"
 associated with Transvaal Museum of Natural History.

(Gunning)
 & Roberts

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Robinson, Herbert Christopher   1874-1929
  Born: Nov. 4, 1874; Liverpool.
  son of John Park Robinson and Mary Morris Robinson
  Marlborough College
  Ill health -> Davos Switzerland 1894
  1897-1900 Assist. Dr HO Forbes in Liverpool Museum.
  1900 started 25 yrs active field work in tropics.
  1900 Malay Peninsula with Dr Annandale.
  1903 Curator Selangor State Museum Kuala Lumpur.
  1908 joined with Cecil Boden Kloss in expl. of Indo-Malay region.
  unmarried.
  Died: May 30, 1929: Oxford.

Robinson
 & Kloss

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Roselaar;CS

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Rosenberg, Gary H.

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Rothschild, Lord Lionel Walter   1868-1937

 Founder of Tring Museum.  Amassed largest bird
 collection in the world.

Rothschild
 & Hartert

Rothschild,
 Hartert,
  & Kleinschmidt

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Round

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Roux, J.-P.

 probably Jean Louis Florent Polydore Roux
 born: 31 July, 1792
 died: 12 April 1833
 Went by Jean Polydore Roux
 Jouventin, J. -L.
 Mougin, J. -C. Stahl,
 Weimerskirch, H.

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Rowley, I.

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Rowley, J.S.
 & Orr, R. T.

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Royle, John Forbes    1799-1858

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Rozendaal, F. G.

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Rumboll, M. A. E.

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Ruppell, Wilhelm Peter Eduard Simon  1794-1884

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Ruschi, A
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Author data
S

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Sabine, Joseph  [brother Edward 1788-1883]  1770-1837

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Salaman, Paul GW & Stiles, FG

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Salomonsen, Finn     1909-
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Salvadori, Tommaso    (Conte, Adelaro Tommaso Salvadori Paleotti)
   (Salvadori Adlard, Tommaso, conte)
       1835-1923

 Vice-Director, Museum of Zoology, Univ. or Turin 1879-1923
 Born: Sept. 30, 1835; Porto S. Giorgio, Umbira, Italy
 Son of Count Luigi Salvadori and Esther Welby of England
 1860: took part in Garibaldi's second expedition in Sicily
 became medical officer of his battalion.
 1863 Settled in Turin. Assist. in Museum Zoology.
 1877 traveled in Europe: Paris, London, Leyden, Berlin.
 1890,1891 Spent at British Museum
 Died: Oct 9, 1923; Turin, Italy.
 Last of the original Honorary Fellows of the AOU.

Salvadori
 & Albertis

(Albertis)
 & Salvadori

Salvadori
 & Festa

Salvadori & Giglioli

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Salvin, Osbert     1835-1898
   Gr Br
 Born: 1835, Finchley
 Educated: Cambridge, graduated Senior Optime in
  mathematical Tripos of 1857.
 Married: 1865
 Died: June 1, 1898 Hawksfold, near Halsemere, England

Salvin
 & Elliot

Salvin
 & Godman

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Sandbach

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Sassi, Luigi
[? Moriz Costa Rica 1938, 1929 ]
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Saunders, Howard     1835-1907
   Br Mus
   Died: Oct. 20, 1907
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Saussure, Henri Louis Frederic de   1829-1905

 AS De Saussure

 N.B.:
  Horace Benedict de Susssure (1740-1799)

  Nicholas Theodore de Saussure (1767-1845)

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Savi, Paolo      1798-1871
   Italy, Pisa Museum
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Savigny, Marie-Jules-Cesar LeLorgne de   1777-1851

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Say, Thomas      1787-1843

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Schalow, Herman      1852-1925   Berlin

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Schinz, Heinrich Rudolph    1777-1861(2)
   Swiss

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Schlegel, Hermann      1804-1884

  Died: Jan. 17, 1884

Schlegel
 & Pollen

(Muller, S)
 & Schlegel

(Temminck)
 & Schlegel
 

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Schodde, Richard
 & Weatherly, R G  [ 1983 ]

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Schomburgk, Sir Robert Hermann    1804-1865

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Schouteden, Henri     1881-1972
   Belg. Congo

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Schulenberg, Thomas S.
 & Binford, Laurence C.

Schulenberg, Thomas S.
 & Williams, M.D.

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Schulz

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Sclater, Philip Lutley      1829-1913

 Born: Nov. 4, 1829 Tangier Park, Hampshire.
 Age 10 sent to school at Twyford
 Age 13 sent to college at Winchester College.
 Age 16 Chirst Church, Oxford, becoming a resident in 1846.
 Strickland was Sclaters Instructor in Scientific ornithology.
 1849 Bachelor of Arts.
 Continued two more years at Oxford learning French, German, Italian.
 1851 student at Lincoln's Inn studying Law.
 1856 First visit to America
 1884 Second trip to America
 Lived at 11 Hanover Square.
 Sons:
  Guy Lutley Sclater (third son)
  William Lutley Sclater (eldest son)
 Sec'y of the Zoological Society 1859-1903
 Fellow Royal Society
 Died: June 27, 1913

Sclater
 & Hartlaub

Sclater;PL & Moreau

Sclater
 & Salvin

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Sclater, William Lutley     1863-1944

Sclater,WL
 & Moreau

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Scopoli, Giovanni Antonio    1723-1788

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Scott, William Earl Dodge    1852-1910

  Born: Brooklyn, NY. April 22, 1852.
  Son of Moses Warren Scott and Juliet Ann (Cornell) Scott.
  Great grandson of Moses Scott, surgeon in Rev. War and member of Washingtons staff.
  1868: Member of first freshman class of Cornell University.
  1869: enters Lawrence Sci. School Harvard. study under L. Agassiz
  1873: B.S. under Agassiz.
  1875: Employed by Princeton to be Curator of Dept. Ornithology of P. Museum.
  1877: Marries Miss Marian Johonot of Ithaca.
  Travelled to London for his work on Birds of Patagonia.
  Shared authorship with Sharpe.
  Dies: Aug. 23, 1910. Saranac Lake, New York, where he had gone in the hopes
  of improving his health.

  orig NOC member report of Princeton Patagonia expedition;
  [
  note also:
  William Berryman Scott ALSO report of Pr. Pat exped.
  Sir Ernest Scott 1867-1939 Australia
  ]
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Seebohm, Henry      1832-1895

  Died: Nov. 26, 1895

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Seilern, [Count Josef von Seilern-Aspang ]  1884-1939

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Selby, Prideaux John     1788-1867 Britain

(Jardine)
 & Selby, Prideaux John    1788-1867
   Britain

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Selys-Longchamps, Baron Edmund de   1813-1900
   Liege, Belg.
 Born: May 25, 1813; Paris; citizen of Belgium.
 President of the Belgian Senate.
 Died: Dec 11, 1900; Liege, Belgium.

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Serebrovski

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Serle, William (The Reverend Dr, O.B.E.)   1912-1992

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Seth-Smith, David     1875-1963

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Sevastianov

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Severtzov, Nikolai Alekseevich     1827-1885

 Also as Severtzow

 Died: Feb. 8, 1885.

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Sganzin, Victor  [coll 1831-32 Madagasc.]

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Sharpe, Richard Bowdler      1847-1909

 Curator of Birds, British Museum 1872-1909
 Born: Nov. 22, 1847 London,
  the eldest son of Thomas Bowdler Sharpe publisher.
  Grandson of Rev. Lancelot Sharpe, rector of All Hallows Staining, London.
 Age 6 placed in the care of an Aunt in Brighton.
 Age 9 transferred to grammar school Peterborough where he gained
   a "King's Scholarship".
   Transferred to grammar school in Loughborough
 Age 16 took a clerkship at W.H. Smith & Son.
 Age 18 entered employ of B. Quartich
 Age 19 appointed librarian to Zoological Society.
 1872 accepts post of Senior Assist. Dept Zoology British Museum.
  (following G.R. Grays death).
 Age 22 first published work: Monograph Alcedinidae (started when he was 17).
   Built collection from 35,000 in 1872 to 500,000 in 1909.
   Dec 16, 1909 attends BOC meeting,
   on returning home, seized with a chill
   returned home, took to bed, contracted pneumonia and died
 Dies: Dec. 25, 1909.

Sharpe
 & Bouvier

Sharpe
 & Dresser

Sharpe
 & Ussher

Sharpe & Wyatt

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Shaw, George      1751-1813
   London

Shaw
 & Nodder, Frederick P(olydore)   d. 1800?

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Shelley, Capt. George Ernest    1840-1910

  Africa
  Born: 1840
  Son of John Shelley of Hants; nephew of the Poet P.B. Shelley
  Private education in England and at Lycee de Versailles
  1863 Joined Grenadier Guards, retiring a few years later at rank Capt.
  Sent by Government to South Africa on geological survey.
  Married: 1889; Janet, daughter of Mr. E. Andrews.
  Children: 2 sons and a daughter.
  1906 stroke of paralysis ended his ornithlological labors.
  Died: Nov. 29, 1910 London England

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Short,Lester L.      1933-

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Shulpin, Leonid Mikhailovitch    1906-?

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Sick, Helmut      b. 1910

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Siebers,
 [app not Freidrich Wilhelm Sieber -  coll in Paraguay 1801-1812]

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Siebold, Philipp Franz von    1796-1866
   Japan

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Silva, Weber

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Simon,  Eugene       183(4)8-1924
   arachnologist

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Sjostedt, Yngve      b. 1866

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Slater, Henry Horrocks     1851-1934

 Reverend Slater of Northhamptonshire

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Smith, Sir (Dr.) Andrew      1797-1872
   S. Africa Cape Town Mus.

 A Scotsman. First love -- reptiles.
 In Cape Colony from 1820-1837.
 Career as a naturalist ended after leaving Africa.

 Initially served as an Army Surgeon

(Fry)
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 & Smith, DA

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Smith
 Arctander,
 Fjeldsa, &
 Amir

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Snethlage, Emilie       1868-1929

 Miss Emile Snethlage, distinguished Brazilian explorer.
 Did more to advance understanding of Brazilian ornithology than
 anyone since Natterer.

 April 13, 1868: born Kraatz, near Gransee, in Prussian Province of Brandenburg.
 Educated privately at her father's house (Rev. Emil Snethlage).
 1900 after years as a governess, takes up study of natural history.
 PhD.
 1905 on recommendation of Dr A. Reichenow appointed to Mus. Goeldi, Para.
 Brazil became her permanent home.
 Succeeded Goeldi as head of zoological section of museum. Holding the
 position until 1917, when Brazil entered the war. She was reinstated after
 the armistice.
 1922 joins Museo Nacional at Rio de Janiero as "naturalista viajante".
 Nov. 25,  1929: dies of heart failure at Porto Velho, Brazil.
 

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Snodgrass, Robert E(vans)    1875-1962
 & Heller, Edmund    b. 1875
   Hopkins-Stanford Galapagos Expedition 1898-1899

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Snow, David W

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Someren, GJ van  V.G.L. Van Someren [1886-1976] ?? initials, name.
 Victor Gurney Logan Van Someren
 Nairobi, Kenya

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Sornoza, F.M.

 F. Sornoza M.

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Souance, Charles de (Baron)    1823-1896
  Fr. orntihologist, naval commisary, author

(Massena)
 & Souance

(Eydoux)
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        & Souleyet, Louis-Francoise-Auguste (Francois Louis August)
       1811-1852

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Sousa, Jose Augusto de     -1889

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Sparrman, Anders (Andreas)     1748-1820
  Student of Linnaeus.
  Collected in China and at Cape of Good Hope.
  Joined Forsters on Cook's second Pacific Voyage, return 1776.
  In Senegal 1787.
  Became Prof. Nat. Hx.  Stockholm.

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Spix, Johann Baptist Ritter von    1781-1826

 Credits Schelling and Cuvier as his two greatest inspirations.

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Stager, Kenneth E

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Statius Muller, Philipp Ludwig    1725-1776

 Most generally referred to as "Muller" or "Muller,PLS" and often
 with an ü. (e.g. AOU CL, Peters CL, Wolters, HBW).
 However as Edward Dickinson informs me (and as Kees Roselaar and
 Rene Dekker informed him) the correct family name is in fact
 "Statius Muller". The status of the umlaut is at the moment
 uncertain -- possibly appearing in some German texts, and
 perhaps not in some others.

 ref:
   Kooiman, W.J., 1950. Philippus Ludovicus Statius Muller.
   Pp.74-130
   In: Earebondel ta de tachtichste jierdei fam Dr.
   G.A. Wumkes op 4 septimber 1949.
   Oanbean Troch de Fryske Akademy.
   Utjowerij Fa.  A.J. Osinga, Boalsert.

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Stanley, Edward Smith (13th Earl of Derby)  1775-1851
   founder of Derby Museum, Knowsley Park

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Steere, Joseph Beal     b. 1842

(Hartert)
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        & Steinbacher

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Stejneger, Leonard Hess     1851-1943
 

 Norwegian born.  Arrived in US 1881.  Curator of Biology
 US Nat. Mus. 1911.
 Herpetology.

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Stepanyan, L S

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Stephens, James Francis     1792-1853

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Stiles, F Gary

 Bogota, Columbia

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Stoliczka, Ferdinand     1838-1874

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Stolzmann, Jean Stanislaus    1854-1928
   Warsaw, Pol.
   Neotropical birds

(Berlepsch)
        & Stolzmann, Jean Stanislaus

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Stone, Witmer      1866-1939

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Stonor, C.R.

 Member of staff of Brit. Mus. (Nat.Hist).

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Storr, Gottlieb Conrad Christian   1749-1821

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Stotz, Douglas F.

(Konig)
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 & Straneck, Roberto Juan

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Streets, Thomas Hale     b. 1847

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Stresemann, Erwin     1889-1972

Stresemann,
 & Paludan

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Streubel, August Vollrath

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Strickland, Hugh Edwin     1811-1853
   London

 Married Sir William Jardine's second daughter (Catherine)
 in 1845.  Read Geology, Oxford 1850-1853.
 Accidentally killed by a railway train while investigating a
 cut.

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Sturm, Johann Heinrich Christ. Friedrich   1805-1862.

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Sturm, Johann Wilhelm        1808-1865.

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Styan, Frederick William

 F.Z.S., M.B.O.U. (elected 1887).
 Corresponded from Kiukiang. (?China).

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Such, George      1798-1879

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Suckow
 [? Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig 1770-1838; Laurenz Johann Daniel 1722-1801
  ; Georg Adolph 1751-1813 ]

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Sun

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Sundevall, Carl Jacob     1801-1875
 

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Sutton, George Miksch

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Svendsen

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Swainson, William      1789-1855
   Britain
 Born 8 Oct. 1789 Dover Place, St Mary Newington, London
 Married  1823  Mary Parkes  of Warwick
  resided at Elm Grove near Liverpool
 Mary dies
 Became major proponent of Quinary System
 Married Anned Grasby (houskeeper)  1840
 Moves to New Zealand   1841
 Died: 6 Dec 1855

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Swann, H(arry) Kirke     1871-1926
   England

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Swarth, Harry Schelwald     1878-1935
   Berkely CA
 & Brooks

 Born Chicago: Jan 26, 1878
 Graduated High School in Chicago. Entered Museum work age 27.
 Associated with Field Museum, Chicago; MVZ, Berkeley; Museum Art
 History and Sciences, Los Angeles; and Cal. Acad. Sci.
 1923-1935: Inspector of Foreign Birds for US Customs
 in San Francisco.
 Died Oct 22, 1935, Berkeley, CA.
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Swinhoe, Robert      1836-1877
   Gr Br; China

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Sykes, Col. William Henry    1790-1872
   India



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