Raphaël Blanchard

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This article is about French physician and entomologist born 1857. For the French entomologist born 1819, see Émile Blanchard.
Raphaël Blanchard
Caricature featuring Raphael Blanchard, watercolour by Munro Scott Orrafter, 1913.

Raphaël Anatole Émile Blanchard (28 February 1857, St.Christoph, Indre et Loire – 1919, Paris) was a French doctor and entomologist.

Works[edit]

  • Les moustiques. Histoire naturelle et médicale Paris, F.R. de Rudeval, 1905
  • with Paul Bert Éléments de zoologie G. Masson (Paris), 1885.692 pages 613 illustrations in the text, 2 plates.
  • Le ba’cubert : l’art populaire dans le Briançonnais, Librairie ancienne Honoré Champion, 1914, 90 p.

Sources[edit]

  • Evenhuis, N. L. 1997: Litteratura taxonomica dipterorum (1758–1930). Volume 1 (A-K); Volume 2 (L-Z). – Leiden, Backhuys Publishers 1; 2 VII+1-426; 427–871.
  • Howard, L. O. 1930: History of applied Entomology (Somewhat Anecdotal). Smiths. Miscell. Coll. 84 X+1-564, 51 Taf

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