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Adam Giede Böving (1869–1957) is a Danish entomologist.
Adam Böving was born in Denmark, in 1869. From 1902 to 1903 he worked as assistant curator of entomology in the Zoological Museum of Copenhagen. He became a member of the Bureau of Entomology in 1913, a division of United States Department of Agriculture. By working there he became a specialist in the larvae of Coleoptera. From 1939 he was a research associate of the Smithsonian Institution, and retired from USDA in 1945. He wrote and illustrated a lot of books, describing early stages of Coleoptera.