French zoologists

2017-07-30T15:15:25+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Armand Sabatier, Claude Perrault, Théodore Monod, Constant A. Récluz, Hippolyte Cloquet, Pierre-Paul Grassé, Jacques Berlioz, Jean-Louis Fage, Maurice Caullery, Paul Gourret, Julien Desjardins, Louis Lavauden, Émile Maupas, Michèle de Saint Laurent, Émile Deplanche, André Peyriéras, Dominique Auguste Lereboullet, Edgard Hérouard, Jean-Jacques Petter, Jules Henri Barrois, Jules Haime, Achille Raffray, Ernest Menault, Jean Baptiste Vérany, Émile Deville, Pierre Bonnet (naturalist), Nicolas Robert Bouchard-Chantereaux, Guillaume Grandidier, Édouard-Gérard Balbiani, Pierre Marie Heude, Louis-Joseph Alcide Railliet, Côme-Damien Degland, Rémy Perrier, Jeanne Renaud-Mornant, Edmond Perrier, Alice Pruvot-Fol, Alphone Guichenot, Alphonse Trémeau de Rochebrune, Antoine-Fortuné Marion, Émile Topsent, Pierre Marie Arthur Morelet, Louis Charles Émile Lortet, Louis Antoine François Baillon, Joannes Charles Melchior Chatin, Pierre Barrère, Paul Henri Fischer, Félix Mesnil, Félix Louis L'Herminier, Louis Michel Français Doyère, Pierre Demours, Octave Duboscq, Jean Louis Florent Polydore Roux, Dominique Dupuy (biologist), Eugène Louis Bouvier, Charles Dumont de Sainte-Croix, Pierre Boitard, Paul Du Chaillu flashcards French zoologists
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  • Armand Sabatier
    Armand Sabatier (13 January 1834 – 22 December 1910) was a French zoologist known for his studies of comparative anatomy of animals, and for his work in photography, inventing the Sabatier effect, also known as solarization, in the 1860s.
  • Claude Perrault
    Claude Perrault (25 September 1613 – 9 October 1688) was a French architect, best known for his participation in the design of the east façade of the Louvre in Paris.
  • Théodore Monod
    Théodore André Monod (Rouen, April 9, 1902 – Versailles, November 22, 2000) was a French naturalist, explorer, and humanist scholar.
  • Constant A. Récluz
    Constant A. Récluz (1797–1873) was a French malacologist.
  • Hippolyte Cloquet
    Hippolyte Cloquet (10 March 1787 – 3 March 1840) was a French physician and anatomist who was a native of Paris.
  • Pierre-Paul Grassé
    Pierre-Paul Grassé (November 27, 1895, Périgueux (Dordogne) – July 9, 1985) was a French zoologist, author of over 300 publications including the influential 52-volume Traité de Zoologie.
  • Jacques Berlioz
    Jacques Berlioz (9 December 1891, Paris – 21 December 1975) was a French zoologist and ornithologist, specializing in hummingbirds.
  • Jean-Louis Fage
    Jean-Louis Fage (30 September 1883, in Limoges – 1964, in Dijon) was a French marine biologist and arachnologist.
  • Maurice Caullery
    Maurice Jules Gaston Corneille Caullery (5 September 1868, Bergues – 13 July 1958, Paris) was a French biologist.
  • Paul Gourret
    Paul Gabriel Marie Gourret (15 January 1859 in Roquevaire – 1903) was a French zoologist remembered for his biological studies of marine fauna and his work in the fishing industry.
  • Julien Desjardins
    Julien François Desjardins (27 July 1799, Centre de Flacq – 18 April 1840, Paris) was a French zoologist, the son of Julien Jouan Desjardins (1766–1853) and Henriette Émilie Marcotte.
  • Louis Lavauden
    Louis Lavauden (19 June 1881, in Grenoble – 1 September 1935, in Anjou, Isère) was a French zoologist and forester.
  • Émile Maupas
    Émile Maupas (born 2 July 1842 in Vaudry, died 18 October 1916 in Algiers) was a French librarian, zoologist and botanist.
  • Michèle de Saint Laurent
    Michèle de Saint Laurent (December 9, 1926 – July 11, 2003) was a French carcinologist.
  • Émile Deplanche
    Émile Deplanche (22 June 1824 in Argentan – 30 March 1874) was a French physician and naturalist.
  • André Peyriéras
    Dr André Peyriéras (born 1927)was a doctor at the University of Montpellier in France.
  • Dominique Auguste Lereboullet
    Dominique Auguste Lereboullet was a French doctor and zoologist.
  • Edgard Hérouard
    Edgard Joseph Émile Hérouard (18 March 1858 in Saint-Quentin, Aisne - 22 March 1932 in Paris) was a French marine biologist.
  • Jean-Jacques Petter
    Jean-Jacques Petter was a French primatologist known for his studies of lemurs and his conservation work in Madagascar.
  • Jules Henri Barrois
    Jules Henri Barrois (3 September 1852 – 1943) was a French zoologist and head of the marine zoological laboratory (l'Observatoire Oceanologique de Villefranche) at Villefranche-sur-Mer from the early 1880s.
  • Jules Haime
    Jules Haime (28 March 1824, Tours – 28 September 1856, Paris) was a French geologist, paleontologist and zoologist known for his research of coral.
  • Achille Raffray
    Achille Marie Jacques Raffray (17 October 1844 – 25 September 1923) was a French, diplomat, traveller, zoologist and entomologist.
  • Ernest Menault
    Ernest Menault (1830, Angerville -1903) was a French author and zoologist He wrote, principally Les Insectes nuisibles à l' Agriculture et à la Viticulture, L’intelligence des animaux andL’amour maternel chez les animaux.
  • Jean Baptiste Vérany
    Chevalier Jean Baptiste Vérany (1800 in Nice – 1865) was a French pharmacist and naturalist who specialised in the study of cephalopods.
  • Émile Deville
    Émile Deville (25 January 1824 – 8 January 1853) was a French physician, naturalist and taxidermist.
  • Pierre Bonnet (naturalist)
    Pierre Bonnet (1 September 1897 Villefranche-de-Rouergue – 16 August 1990) was a French arachnologist who wrote Bibliographia Araneorum, an immense work (6,481 pages) listing publications on spiders.
  • Nicolas Robert Bouchard-Chantereaux
    Nicolas Robert Bouchard-Chantereaux (8 September 1802 - 22 November 1864) was a French geologist and zoologist interested in malacology and marine biology.
  • Guillaume Grandidier
    Guillaume Grandidier (1 July 1873 – 13 September 1957) was a French geographer, ethnologist, zoologist who studied the island of Madagascar.
  • Édouard-Gérard Balbiani
    Édouard-Gérard Balbiani (July 31, 1823 – July 25, 1899) was a French embryologist born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
  • Pierre Marie Heude
    Pierre Marie Heude (25 June 1836 – 3 January 1902) was a French Jesuit missionary and zoologist.
  • Louis-Joseph Alcide Railliet
    Louis-Joseph Alcide Railliet (also known as Alcide Railliet, born March 11, 1852 at La Neuville-lès-Wasigny in the Ardennes – died December 25, 1930) was a French veterinarian and helminthologist.
  • Côme-Damien Degland
    Côme-Damien Degland (6 September 1787 – 1 July 1856, Lille) was a French physician and zoologist.
  • Rémy Perrier
    Rémy Perrier (14 June 1861, Tulle – 27 June 1936, Chaunac) was a French zoologist.
  • Jeanne Renaud-Mornant
    Jeanne Renaud-Mornant, Jeanne Renaud-Debyser before her marriage (8 August, 1925 Vellexon - 18 September, 2012, Paris) was a French biologist specialising in meiofauna.
  • Edmond Perrier
    Jean Octave Edmond Perrier (9 May 1844 – 31 July 1921) was a French zoologist born in Tulle.
  • Alice Pruvot-Fol
    Alice Pruvot-Fol (4 August 1873 – 28 March 1972) was a French opisthobranch malacologist.
  • Alphone Guichenot
    Antoine Alphone Guichenot (July 31, 1809 in Paris – February 17, 1876) was a French zoologist who taught, researched, and participated in specimen collecting trips on behalf of the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle (Paris), including an extensive biological survey of Algeria.
  • Alphonse Trémeau de Rochebrune
    Alphonse Trémeau de Rochebrune was a French botanist, malacologist and a zoologist.
  • Antoine-Fortuné Marion
    Antoine-Fortuné Marion (10 October 1846, Aix-en-Provence – 22 January 1900) was a French naturalist with interests in geology, zoology, and botany.
  • Émile Topsent
    Émile-Eugène-Aldric Topsent (10 February 1862 – 22 September 1951) was a French zoologist known for his research of sponges.
  • Pierre Marie Arthur Morelet
    Pierre Marie Arthur Morelet (26 August 1809 – 9 October 1892) was a French naturalist, born in Lays, Doubs.
  • Louis Charles Émile Lortet
    Louis Charles Émile Lortet (22 August 1836 – 26 December 1909) was a French physician, botanist, zoologist and Egyptologist who was a native of Oullins.
  • Louis Antoine François Baillon
    Louis Antoine François Baillon (20 January 1778 – 3 December 1855) was a French naturalist and collector.
  • Joannes Charles Melchior Chatin
    Joannes Charles Melchior Chatin (19 August 1847 – 4 July 1912) was a French botanist and zoologist.
  • Pierre Barrère
    Pierre Barrère (1690, Perpignan – 1755, Perpignan) was a French physician and naturalist.
  • Paul Henri Fischer
    Paul Henri Fischer, (7 July 1835 Paris – 29 November 1893) was a French physician, zoologist and paleontologist.
  • Félix Mesnil
    Félix Étienne Pierre Mesnil (Omonville-la-Petite, La Manche Department, 12 December 1868 – 15 February 1938, Paris ) was a French zoologist, biologist, botanist, mycologist and algologist.
  • Félix Louis L'Herminier
    Félix Louis L'Herminier (May 18, 1779 – October 25, 1833) was a French pharmacist and naturalist born in Paris.
  • Louis Michel Français Doyère
    Louis Michel Français Doyère (born 28 January 1811 in Saint-Michel-des-Essartiers, Calvados; died 1863 in Corsica) was a French zoologist and agronomist.
  • Pierre Demours
    Pierre Demours (1702 – June 26, 1795) was a French physician, zoologist and translator.
  • Octave Duboscq
    Octave Joseph Duboscq (30 October 1868, Rouen – 18 February 1943, Nice) was a French zoologist, mycologist and parasitologist.
  • Jean Louis Florent Polydore Roux
    Jean Louis Florent Polydore Roux (27 July 1792, Marseille -12 April 1833 , Bombay) was a French painter and naturalist.
  • Dominique Dupuy (biologist)
    Dominique Dupuy (16 May 1812, Lectoure – 23 September 1885) was a French botanist and malacologist.
  • Eugène Louis Bouvier
    Eugène Louis Bouvier (9 April 1856, in Saint-Laurent-en-Grandvaux – 14 January 1944, in Paris) was a French entomologist and carcinologist.
  • Charles Dumont de Sainte-Croix
    Charles Henri Frédéric Dumont de Sainte-Croix (27 April 1758 – 8 January 1830) was a French zoologist.
  • Pierre Boitard
    Pierre Boitard (27 April 1787 Mâcon, Saône-et-Loire – 1859) was a French botanist and geologist.
  • Paul Du Chaillu
    Paul Belloni Du Chaillu (July 31, 1831 (disputed) – April 29, 1903) was a French-American traveler, zoologist, and anthropologist.