Eugène Barthe

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Eugène Barthe

Eugène Barthe (1862–1945) was a French entomologist.[1] While living in Vienne (Isère), he created the journal Miscellanea Entomologica.[1] In 1918, he moved into his father's house in Castanet-Tolosan (Haute-Garonne), where a street was later named in his honour.[1] As well as editing the journal, he also wrote several books which act as supplements to the journal. These covered the beetle fauna of France and the Rhine Valley.[1]

Works[edit]

  • 1896 – Catalogus Coleopterorum Galliae et Corsicae, 220 pages
  • 1909–1924 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Carabidae, 536 pages
  • 1920–1936 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Adephaga, 472 pages, 815 figures
  • 1922 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Liodidae, 119 pages
  • 1926 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Heteroceridae, 35 pages, 22 figures
  • 1926 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Georyssidae, 12 pages, 9 figures
  • 1927 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Dryopidae, 74 pages
  • 1928 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Throscidae, 23 pages, 10 figures
  • 1928 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Cerophytidae, Eucnemidae, 48 pages
  • 1931 – Faune Franco-Rhénane. Cicindelidae, 41 pages, 23 figures

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Georges Favarel. "Eugène Barthe, sa vie et ses œuvres". Miscellanea Entomologica 44: 113–118.