Franz Steindachner
Franz Steindachner (11 November 1834 in Vienna – 10 December 1919 in Vienna) was an Austrian zoologist, ichthyologist, and herpetologist. He published over 200 papers on fishes and over 50 papers on r...
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Carl Eduard Hellmayr
Carl Eduard Hellmayr (29 January 1878, Vienna, Austria – 24 February 1944, Orselina, Switzerland) was an Austrian ornithologist.
Hellmayr was born in Vienna and studied at the University of Vienna...
Karl Moriz Diesing
Karl (Carl) Moriz (Moritz) Diesing (16 June 1800, Krakow – 10 January 1867, Vienna) was an Austrian naturalist and zoologist, specializing in the study of helminthology.He studied medicine at the Uni...
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Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt
Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt (born June 15, 1928) is founder of the field of human ethology. In authoring the book which bears that title, he applied ethology to humans by studying them in a perspective mo...
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Sigmund Zois
Sigmund Zois Freiherr von Edelstein, usually referred as Sigmund Zois (Slovene: Žiga Zois;  pronunciation ) (23 November 1747 – 10 November 1819) was a Carniolan nobleman, natural scient...
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Johann Zelebor
Johann Zelebor (5 December 1819, Eggenburg, Lower Austria – 19 February 1869, Vienna) was an Austrian naturalist, illustrator, and zoologist.Prior to 1845 he worked as a carpenter, afterwards se...
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Ferdinand Kowarz
Ferdinand Kowarz (1838, Planá – 1914, Marianske Lazne), was a Bohemian-Austrian entomologist who described many new species of Diptera mainly from central EuropeKowarz was a post office official. To ...
Viktor Pietschmann
Viktor Pietschmann (27 October 1881 – 11 November 1956) was an Austrian ichthyologist at the Vienna Museum of Natural History. He was the curator of the fish collection from 1919 to 1946 and made coll...
Gerhard Haszprunar
Gerhard Haszprunar (born 25 February 1957 in Vienna) is Austrian zoologist and malacologist.He is credited with the invention of the modern species naming patrongage model and is a founder of the BIO...
Karel Dežman
Karel Dežman, also known as Dragotin Dežman and Karl Deschmann (3 January 1821 – 11 March 1889), was a Carniolan liberal politician and natural scientist. He was one of the most prominent person...
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Franz Xaver von Wulfen
Franz Xaver Freiherr von Wulfen (5 November 1728 – 17 March 1805) was a botanist, zoologist, mineralogist, alpinist, and Jesuit priest. He is credited with discovering the flowering plants Wulfenia ca...
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August von Pelzeln
August von Pelzeln (10 May 1825, Prague - September 2, 1891) was an Austrian ornithologist. He was a grandson to novelist Karoline Pichler (1769-1843).He studied at the University of Vienna, later wor...
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Josephus Nicolaus Laurenti
Josephus Nicolaus Laurenti (4 December 1735, Vienna – 17 February 1805, Vienna) was an Austrian naturalist and zoologist of Italian origin.Laurenti is considered the auctor of the class Reptilia (rept...
Karl Grobben
Karl Grobben (August 27, 1854, Brno – April 13, 1945, Salzburg) was an Austrian biologist. He graduated from, and later worked at, the University of Vienna, chiefly on molluscs and crustaceans. He was...
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Berthold Hatschek
Berthold Hatschek (3 April 1854 – 18 January 1941) was an Austrian zoologist remembered for embryological and morphological studies of invertebrates.He studied zoology in Vienna under Carl Claus (1835...
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Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl
Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl (February 23, 1782, Česká Kamenice (German: Böhmisch Kamnitz) - May 22, 1834, Vienna) was an Austrian botanist, entomologist, geologist, and physician.
Johan Emanue...
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Andreas Reischek
Andreas Reischek (15 September 1845 – 3 April 1902) was an Austrian taxidermist, naturalist, ornithologist and collector notable for his extensive natural history collecting expeditions throughout New...
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Max Beier
Max Beier (6 April 1903 in Spittal an der Drau – 4 July 1979 in Vienna) was an Austrian arachnologist and entomologist. He was a specialist in pseudoscorpions.
Stanislaus von Prowazek
Stanislaus Josef Mathias von Prowazek, Edler von Lanow (12 November, 1875 Jindřichův Hradec, Bohemia - 17 February, 1915, Cottbus), born Stanislav Provázek, was a Czech zoologist and parasitologist, w...
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Ludwig Lorenz von Liburnau
Ludwig Lorenz von Liburnau (26 August 1856, Fiume - 9 December 1943, St. Gilgen) was an Austrian zoologist. He was the son of naturalist Josef Roman Lorenz von Liburnau (1825-1911).In 1879 he obtained...
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Ludwig von Graff
Ludwig Graff de Pancsova (2 January 1851 – 6 February 1924) was an Austrian zoologist born in Pancsova.In 1871 he received his medical degree in Vienna, afterwards studying zoology at the University o...
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Otto von Wettstein
Otto von Wettstein, name also given as Otto Wettstein-Westersheimb, (7 August 1892, Vienna – 10 July 1967) was an Austrian zoologist. He was the son of botanist Richard Wettstein and the brother...
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Leopold Fitzinger
Leopold Joseph Franz Johann Fitzinger (April 13, 1802 - September 20, 1884) was an Austrian zoologist.Fitzinger was born in Vienna and studied botany at the University of Vienna under Nikolaus Joseph ...
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Vinzenz Maria Gredler
Vinzenz Maria Gredler (30 September 1823 in Telfs near Innsbruck – 4 May 1912 in Bozen) was an Austrian naturalist.Gredler, who was a Dominican friar, first studied classics (1835 - 1841) then ...
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