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Da Silva Maia, E. J. [da Silva Maia ]
Dabbene, Roberto d. 1938
Daggett, Frank Slater Born: Jan. 30, 1855 Norwalk, OH Director of the Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art most remembered for his work associated with the La Brea Tar pit and its specimens Died: April 5, 1920 Redlands, CA
Dai, Bo
Dalebout, Merel L.
Dalgety, C. T.
Dall, William Healey 1845-1927
Dalmas, Raymond, Comte de 1862-1930 Paris
Dalquest, Walter Woelberg b. 1917 Died:2000 or 2001 (death announced at 20 April 2001 SW Naturalists Association Mtg.)
Danis, V.
Danforth, Stuart Taylor 1900-1938 Born: Jersey City, N.J. Most boyhood years spent at East Jaffrey, N.H. 1921 Graduated Rutgers Coll. Taught one year at Temple. Succeded his father, teaching at Puerto Rico College of Agriculture. Died: 25 November, 1938; West Boylston, MA (of TB).
Darlington, Philip Jackson, Jr. 1904-1983. Born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 14 November 1904. 1924, 1926, 1928: field expeditions to locations in the West Indies 1926: B.A., Harvard University 1927: M.S., Harvard 1931: Ph.D. at Harvard 1932-1940: Assistant curator of insects, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard 1938: publishes "The Origin of the Fauna of the Greater Antilles, with Discussion of Dispersal of Animals Over Water and Through the Air" in Quarterly Review of Biology 1940: Curator of Coleoptera at the Museum of Comparative Zoology 1941-1944: World War II serves in Pacific Malaria Survey division/ Army Sanitation Corps 1943: publishes "Carabidae of Mountains and Islands: Data on the Evolution of Isolated Faunas, and on Atrophy of Wings" in Ecological Monographs 1947, 1957: awarded Guggenheim fellowships 1951: Curator of insects at the Museum of Comparative Zoology 1957: publishes Zoogeography: The Geographical Distribution of Animals; receives the Daniel Giraud Eliot Medal from the National Academy of Sciences 1962-1971: Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology, Harvard 1964: elected to the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1965: publishes Biogeography of the Southern End of the World 1980: publishes Evolution for Naturalists: The Simple Principles and Complex Reality Dies Cambridge, Massachusetts, 16 December 1983.
Darnell,JC
da Rosa Pinto, António Augusto [Represented in Peters Checklist 14:213 (=Mayr, 1968) as "Rosa da Pinto"]
Darwin, Charles Robert 1809-1882 Born: Feb. 12, 1809 at Shrewsbury, England Was naturalist (without pay) of the Beagle; leaving England Dec. 27, 1831; returning Oct. 22, 1836. His collections were deposited in various public institutions. Died: April 19, 1882 at Down, Kent
Daudin, Francois Marie 1774-1804 Born: March 25, 1774 at Paris Died: 1804 at Paris Paris
David, (P&ecute;re) Armand 1826-1900 Chinese Birds Born: Sept. 7, 1826 at Espelette, Basses-Pyrénées Died: Nov. 10, 1900 David & Oustalet
Davidson,MEM M. E. McLellan Davidson Associated, at least for some time, with the Cal.Academy of Science.
Davidson,P
Davies, J
Davis,J Davis, John
Davis, L. Irby
Davis, TJ & ONeill, JP
Davison, G.W.H
Davison,WR
Dawson,WL 1873-1928 Dawson, William Leon
De Vries De Vries,T
Dean, William Richard J.
Deautier, Enrique A.
Dearborn, Ned 1865-1948 b. 24 Nov. 1865 Alton, NH d. 1948 (? N.Y.?) Biographical data from Denver Library Ned Dearborn Papers: "BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Ned Dearborn is known mostly for his work with the U.S. Biological Survey and his writings about birds of Eastern America. A native of New Hampshire, his writing focused on the ornithological occupants of his home region. Dearborn was born in Alton, New Hampshire on November 24, 1865. He attended Dartmouth University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1891. Later he attended the New Hampshire State College and earned a Master's Degree in Science in 1898. Following college, Dearborn taught public school for two years, supervised the lens department of Lord Brothers Optical Company, taught at New Hampshire college for four years, and served as the assistant curator of birds at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago from 1901-1909. His tenure with the Biological Survey lasted from 1909 to 1920, when he became the manager of the Dearborn Fur Farm in Sacket Harbor, New York. [APP presumably Sackets Harbor, NY] Dearborn was the author of several works on birds of the Northeast, including Birds of Belknap and Merrimac Counties, N.H. (1898), Birds of Durham and Vicinity, N.H. (1902), Trapping on the Farm (1920), and co-author of Birds in Their Relation to Man (1903). He continued to work on his fur farm until his death in 1948. Information obtained from "Ned Dearborn" in Who Was Who in American History, Vol. 4, 1961-1968, Chicago, 1968."
De Beer, S.J.
De Filippi See Filippi
Degner, Jacob F.
Dekeyser, P.L.
Delattre, Adolphe [? Pierre Adolphe (see Grinnell. Type Loc. Birds Cal. p306) Ad. Delattre Cat Br M] 1842,1843 [ ? Charles DeLattre ?] Delattre & Bourcier (Lesson) & Delattre
De Lima,FCT De Lima Flávio César Thadeo
Delport, Wayne
Dementiev, Georgii Petrovitch Note: Orthography of the name is variable. Often given in citations as "Dementiev" or "Démentiev" Library listings are usually as: "Dementev" or "Dement'ev"
DeMeulemeester, B.
DeBoer, L deBoer, L
Derryberry, Elizabeth
Derjugin, Konstantin Mikhailovich b. 27 Jan. 1878 (O.S.) Petersburg d. 27 Dec. 1938 Moscow
De Roo, Antoon Emeric Marcel (Dr) 1936-1971 Died: 25 Feb 1971 Obit: Gerfaut 62:189
DeSaussure, Henri Louis Frédéric 1829-1905
De Vis, Charles Walter 1829-1915 {Wolters ==> 1824 (!) -1915}
Degland, Côme Damien d 1856
Deignan, Herbert Girton b. 1906
De la Llave, Pablo 1773-1833 Mex. de la Llave, Pablo 1773-1833 Mex. See La Llave Note: often spelled with an initial lower case "d", I convert this to upper case to prevent confusion with it as a subspecific epithet.
De la Paz de la Paz Note: often spelled with an initial lower case "d", I convert this to upper case to prevent confusion with it as a subspecific epithet.
Delacour, Jean B. Theodore A. 1890-1985 Born: 26 Sept 1890. Paris. Spent much of youth in Picardy. Doctorate of biology: Univ. Lille. Served in WWI. For many months battle line going through family estate. After the war, moved to Chateau Clères in Normandy. Founded L'Oiseau. 1922: expedition to Venzuela and the Guianas. 1939: 15 Feb. 1939 Chateau Clères burned to ground, evidently by arson. 1939: After collapse of the French front, escaped to New York. 1952: 1 Feb 1952 accepted directorship of Los Angeles County Museum. Died: 5 Nov 1985 of heart failure. Obit: Ois & RFO 56:214; Auk 103:603; Ibis 128:141 Delacour & Berlioz Delacour & Jabouille (Hachisuka) & Delacour
Delegorgue, Adolphe (Adulphe) 1814-1850 Travels in S. Africa
Delessert, Adolphe
Delgado, F.S. ?F. S. Delgado B. ?
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 - 1861. 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.
Desfayes, Michel
Desfontaines, Rene Louiche 1750(2)-1833 Paris Born: Feb. 14, 1752 "according to Fischer de Waldheim"
Deslongchamps, Eugène Eudes Deslongchamps 1830-1889 Son of the student of Cuvier's and palaentologist Jacques Amand Eudes Deslongchamps d. 21 Dec., 1889
Desmarest, Anselme-Gaetan 1784-1838 Born: 1784 Died: June 4, 1838
Desmoulins, Antoine 1796-1828
Des Murs, Marc Athanese Parfait Oeillet 1804-1878 Des Murs & Prevost, F. Des Murs & Pucheran (Prevost) & Des Murs (Verreaux, J.) & DesMurs
de Sparre, Comte L. E. G. ca. 1800- ca. 1854 See Sparre
Deville, Emile [?Charles Joseph Sainte-Claire Deville (1814-1876)] 1810-1880 Deville & DesMurs Deville & Sclater
Dharmakumarsinhji, K.S.
Diamond, Jared M.
Dickerman, R. W.
Dickey, Donald Ryder 1887-1932 b. 1882.03.31 d. 1932.04.15 Attended Yale College Resident of Pasedena, CA
Dickinson, Edward C.
Diesmos
Diesselhorst, G.
Dietrichsen, Lionel "Advertises in the Literary Gazette Feb. 20, 1830 that he has a large quantity of foreign birds in skin for sale."
Dietzen, Christian
Diggles, Silvester 1817-1880 Born: Jan. 24, 1817, Liverpool, England Died: March 21, 1880 near or at Kangaroo Point, Australia
Dillwyn, Lewis Llewelyn 1814-1892 Dillwy, Lewis Weston 1778-1855. 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." Dillwyn, Lewis Weston Born: 1778 Died: Aug. 31, 1855 at Swansea, Wales. (Motley) & Dillwyn
Dinesen Lehmberg,Svendsen,Hansen & Fjeldsa
Dingess-Mann, Kimberly A.
Dixon, Charles
Do Ngoc Quang
Dod, Annabelle Stockton 1939
Dole, Sanford Ballard 1844-1926 Hawaii
Domaniewski, J.
Dombrowski, Robert Ritter von.
Domergue, Charles A.
Donazar, Jose Antonio Jose Antonio Donazar Sancho José Antonio Donazar Sancho [Note: H&M 3rd:101 spells this "Donázar" I find the name spelled variably with the é on José (where it appears it MUST be, but have not found other renderings with as Donázar; the matronym (Sancho) is rarely, but occasionally found.
Donegan,TM Donegan, Thomas Michael
Dong, Lu
Donovan, Edward 1768-1837 Born: 1768 Died: Feb. 1, 1837 at London "leaving behind him a large family in destitute condition. [Had a considerable fortune in early life and travelled and collected natural history specimens.]" England
Doria, Giacomo 1840-1913
Dorst, Jean Pierre 1924-2001 Born: 7 August 1924 Mulhouse-Brunstatt Father: Victor Dorst (industrialist) Mother: Gabrielle Rusch Dorst Dies: 8 August 2001 & Jouanin
Douglas, David 1799-1834 Born: 1799 (?1798) at Scone, near Perth Died: July 12, 1834 in Hawaiian Islands by a wild bull
Dowdall, Jim
Dowding,J.E.
Drapiez, Pierre Auguste Joseph 1778-1856
Dresser, Henry Eeles 1838-1915 England Born: May 9, 1838; London, England (at the "Thirsk Bank") 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 at the Villa Maria Louisa (Sharpe) & Dresser
Du Bus de Gisignies, Bernard-Aime Leonard, vicomte, 1808-1874
Dubois, Alphonse Joseph Charles 1839-1921 Brussels Born 1839: Aix-la-chapelle Son of Charles Frederic Dubois From 1840 onwards, lived in Brussels M.D. Free University 1869 appointed Conservator Section of Higher Vertebrates Roy.Mus.Nat.Hist. Brussels. 1914 (retired from his post). After retiring lived at Coxyde-sur-mer, Belgium Died: 1920 (?1921)
Dubois, Charles Frédéric 1804-1867 Born: May 28, 1804 at Barmen, Prussia Died: Nov. 12, 1867 at Bruxelles Brussels [father of AJC Dubois; published together] Obit: Ibis 1921:730-
Duckworth,JW
Dugand, A.
Dugès, Alfred --1910. French Consul-General at Guanajuto, Mexico, and a Prof. of Zoology there.
Dumeril, Andre Marie Constant 1774-1860
Dumont de Sainte Croix, Charles Henri Frederic 1758-1830 Born: April 27, 1758 at Oisemont Died: Jan. 8, 1830 at Paris Daughter: Clemence (Mrs Clemence Lesson) Father in law of Lesson. Wrote articles for Dict. des Science naturelles
Dumont D'Urville, Jules Sebastien Cesar 1790-1842 Born: May 23, 1790 in Condé-sur-Noireau, Calvados, France Died: May 8, 1842; killed in a train accident near Paris
(Amadon) & duPont, J.E.
Durant, Kate L.
Durnford, Henry ????-1878 Died: July 11 (or 13), 1878 at Salta, Bolivia or at Campo Santo Upper Paraguay.
Dutson, Guy
Dutta
Duvall, Allen Jefferson Joseph 1909(1910) - 1983
Duvernoy, Georges Louis 1777-1855
Dwight, Jonathan, Jr. 1858-1929 [More properly Jonathan Dwight V]. 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 Dedham, MA; 1634. Feb. 22, 1929: died of cancer in New York City. Dwight & Griscom

Dybowski, B. I.(N). (Dr) 183(4)5-1930 CWR Biographical notes:
  • According to L.C. and Orn. Centralbl. Dr Benedict Nalentsch Dybowski Born 1835 Lithuan. Gov. Minsk.
  • or
  • Accoring to B.M.Cat. Books Benedikt Ivan Dybowski Born 1834
  • Died Lvov Poland, 1930.
    Dziadosz, V.M.
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