Franz Friedrich Kohl

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Franz Friedrich Kohl (13 January, 1851, St. Valentin auf der Haide - 15 December, 1924, Traismauer) was an Austrian entomologist and folksong researcher.

Kohl was initially a middle school professor in Bolzano and then Innsbruck. He next worked in the Entomology Department, Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna. He specialised in Hymenoptera, especially Sphecidae. He is best known for his monograph Die Crabronen der paläarktischen Region monographisch bearbeitet. Ann. Hofmus. Wien. 29: 1-453 (1915).

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  • Maidl, F. (1887 - 1951) 1925. [Kohl, F. F.] Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien 38 174-179
  • Musgrave, A. 1932. Bibliography of Australian Entomology 1775 - 1930. Sydney 180
  • Nonveiller, G. 1999. The Pioneers of the research on the Insects of Dalmatia. Zagreb, Hrvatski Pridodoslovni Muzej: 1-390 202

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