Jacques Bernard Hombron

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Jacques Bernard Hombron (1798–1852) was a French naval surgeon and naturalist.

Hombron served on the French voyage of the Astrolabe and Zelee between 1837 and 1840 to investigate the perimeter of Antarctica. He described a number of plants and animals with Honoré Jacquinot.

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