Hans Bischoff

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For the pianist, see Hans Bischoff (pianist).

Hans Bischoff (30 November 1889 – 18 March 1960) was a German entomologist from Berlin.

He was Kustos or curator of Hymenoptera (and Neuropterida) at Museum für Naturkunde (Berlin) from 1921 until 1955.

He ventured to Italy to obtain ants in order to return them to Germany's museum.

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Selected works[edit]

  • Biologie der Hymenopteren. Eine Naturgeschichte der Hautflügler. Biologische Studienbücher 5. VII + 598 pp., Verlag von Julius Springer, Berlin(1927).
  • Inventa entomologica itineris Hispanici et Maroccani, quod a. 1926 fecerunt Harald et Håkan Lindberg. XV. Chrysididae, Cleptidae, Scoliidae, Tiphiidae, Methocidae, Sapygidae, Sphecidae, Masaridae, Vespidae. Commentationes Biologicae, Helsingfors, 4 (3): 1-7 (1933).

with Stadler H., Die Hautflügler des Rombergs. Nachrichtenblatt der Bayerischen Entomologen (München) 3(12): 125-128 (1954).

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  1. ^ Richards, Robert (2008). The Tragic Sense of Life. University of Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. p. 388. Retrieved 6 April 2015.