Italian zoologists

2017-07-30T22:54:20+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Camillo RĂ³ndani, Giuseppe GenĂ©, Raimondo Feletti, Danilo Mainardi, Arturo Issel, Francesca Gherardi, Anastasio Cocco, Giuseppe Bastianelli, Enrico Hillyer Giglioli, Stefano delle Chiaje, Ettore Arrigoni degli Oddi, Alessandro Ghigi, Paolo Enriques, Alessandro Minelli, Paolo Savi, Michele Lessona, Elio Modigliani, Giovanni Giuseppe Bianconi, Francesco Cetti, Ettore Marchiafava, Emilio Cornalia, Angelo Celli, Giuseppe Olivi, Oronzio Gabriele Costa, Enrica Calabresi, Amedeo John Engel Terzi, Angelo Andres, Camillo Ranzani, Giuseppe Colosi, Cesare Maria Tapparone-Canefri, Tommaso di Maria Allery Monterosato, Antonio della Valle flashcards Italian zoologists
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  • Camillo Róndani
    Camillo Róndani (21 November 1808 – 17 September 1879) was an Italian entomologist noted for his studies of Diptera.
  • Giuseppe Gené
    Carlo Giuseppe Géné (7 December 1800 – 14 July 1847) was an Italian naturalist and author.
  • Raimondo Feletti
    Raimondo Feletti (1851-1927) was an Italian physician and zoologist.
  • Danilo Mainardi
    Danilo Mainardi (born November 25, 1933, in Milano, Italy) is an Italian ethologist, scholar, and writer.
  • Arturo Issel
    Arturo Issel (April 11, 1842 – November 27, 1922) was an Italian geologist, palaeontologist, malacologist and archaeologist, born in Genoa.
  • Francesca Gherardi
    Francesca Gherardi (12 November 1955 – 14 February 2013) was an Italian zoologist, ethologist, and ecologist.
  • Anastasio Cocco
    Anastacio Cocco sometimes Anastasio (29 August 1799, Messina – 26 February 1854, Messina) was an Italian naturalist who specialised in marine biology.
  • Giuseppe Bastianelli
    Giuseppe Bastianelli (25 October 1862 – 30 March 1959) was an Italian physician and zoologist who worked on malaria and was the personal physician of Pope Benedict XV.
  • Enrico Hillyer Giglioli
    Enrico Hillyer Giglioli (June 13, 1845 – December 16, 1909) was an Italian zoologist and anthropologist.
  • Stefano delle Chiaje
    Stefano Delle Chiaje (25 April 1794 – 18 December 1860) was an Italian zoologist, botanist, anatomist and physician.
  • Ettore Arrigoni degli Oddi
    Count Ettore Arrigoni degli Oddi (13 October 1867 – 16 February 1942), was an Italian ornithologist.
  • Alessandro Ghigi
    Alessandro Chigi (9 February 1875 – 20 November 1970) was an Italian zoologist, naturalist and environmentalist.
  • Paolo Enriques
    Paolo Enriques (17 August 1878, Leghorn – 26 December 1932, Rome) was an Italian zoologist.
  • Alessandro Minelli
    Alessandro Minelli (born December 20, 1948 in Treviso, Italy) is an Italian biologist and a professor emeritus of Zoology in the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences of the University of Padova mainly working on evo-devo subjects.
  • Paolo Savi
    Paolo Savi (11 July 1798 – 5 April 1871), was an Italian geologist and ornithologist.
  • Michele Lessona
    Michele Lessona (20 September 1823, Venaria Reale, Piedmont – 20 July 1894, Turin) was an Italian zoologist.
  • Elio Modigliani
    Elio Modigliani (13 June 1860 – 6 August 1932) was an Italian anthropologist, zoologist, explorer, and plant collector.
  • Giovanni Giuseppe Bianconi
    Giovanni Giuseppe Bianconi, sometimes J.
  • Francesco Cetti
    Francesco Cetti (9 August 1726 – 20 November 1778) was an Italian Jesuit priest, zoologist and mathematician.
  • Ettore Marchiafava
    Ettore Marchiafava (3 January 1847 – 22 October 1935) was an Italian physician, pathologist and neurologist.
  • Emilio Cornalia
    Emilio Cornalia (21 July 1824 – 8 June 1882) was an Italian naturalist.
  • Angelo Celli
    Angelo Celli (25 March 1857 – 2 November 1914) was an Italian physician, hygienist, parasitologist and philanthropist known for his pioneering works in malarial parasite and control of malaria.
  • Giuseppe Olivi
    Giuseppe Olivi (18 March 1769 – 24 August 1795) was an Italian naturalist.
  • Oronzio Gabriele Costa
    Oronzio Gabriele Costa (26 August 1787, Lecce – 7 November 1867 Naples) was an Italian zoologist.
  • Enrica Calabresi
    Enrica Calabresi (10 November 1891, in Ferrara – 20 January 1944) was an Italian zoologist, herpetologist, and entomologist.
  • Amedeo John Engel Terzi
    Amedeo John Engel Terzi (1872, Palermo -1956) was an Italian illustrator and entomologist specialising in Diptera.
  • Angelo Andres
    Angelo "Ginobili" Andres (24 March 1851, Tirano –16 July 1934, Milan) was an Italian zoologist.
  • Camillo Ranzani
    Camillo Ranzani (22 June 1775 – 23 April 1841, Bologna ) was an Italian priest and a naturalist.
  • Giuseppe Colosi
    Giuseppe Colosi (March 29, 1892, Petralia Sottana – October 20, 1975) was an Italian zoologist specialized in the study of crustaceans and mysids in particular.
  • Cesare Maria Tapparone-Canefri
    Cesare Maria Tapparone-Canefri (1838- 6 August 1891, Quattordio, Italy) was an Italian malacologist.
  • Tommaso di Maria Allery Monterosato
    Tommaso di Maria Allery, marchese di Monterosato (Palermo, 27 June 1841 – Palermo, 1 March 1927) was an Italian malacologist.
  • Antonio della Valle
    Antonio della Valle (1850, Naples-1935) was an Italian zoologist who specialised in Amphipoda and Ascidiacea.