René Jeannel

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René Jeannel

René Jeannel (23 March 1879 – 20 February 1965) was a French entomologist. He was director of the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle from 1945-1951. Jeanell's most important work was on the insect fauna of caves in the Pyrenees, France and in the Carpathians, Romania. He also worked in Africa. Jeannel specialised in Leiodidae (then Anisotomidae) but authored a large number of papers and works on other Coleoptera. He was a member of the Romanian Academy.

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  • Revision des Bathysciinae (Coleopteres silphides): morphologie, distribution géographique, systématique Paris, Libraire A. Schulz (1911).
  • Faune cavernicole de la France "The Fauna of the Caves of France") (1940).
  • La genèse des faunes terrestres "The Origins of Terrestrial Fauna") (1942).
  • Voyage de Ch. Alluaud et R. Jeannel en Afrique Orientale (1911–1912). Résultats scientifiques, 1–6. (1913–1919).

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