Valentin Lvovich Bianchi

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Valentin Bianchi
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Valentin Bianchi (1857-1920), Russian ornithologist
Born 1857
Died 1920
Residence Petrograd
Nationality Russian
Known for Birds of Middle Asia, Central Asia

Valentin Lvovich Bianchi (1857–1920) was a Russian ornithologist.

Bianchi was the Head of the Department of Ornithology at the Imperial Academy of Sciences of Petrograd from 1896 to 1920. He worked mainly on birds from Middle and Central Asia. He is honoured in the common and scientific names of Bianchi's Warbler (Seicercus valentini), described by Ernst Hartert.

Works[edit]

  • 1891 – The birds of Gansu expedition of G.N. Potanin 1884–1887 (with Mikhail Mikhailovich Berezovsky)
  • 1905 – Scientific results of the N.M. Przewalski expeditions to Central Asia
  • 1907 – Materials for an avifauna of Mongolia and East Tibet
  • 1911–1913 – The fauna of Russia (first volume), (two semi-volumes)
  • 1905 – Orthoptera and Pseudoneuroptera of the Russian Empire (with Georgij Georgiewitsch Jacobson)
  • 1909 – Instructions for collecting birds, their eggs and nests

References[edit]

  • Ivanov A.I. 1952. In memoriam Valentin Lvovich Bianchi . Proc. Zool. Inst. USSR Acad. Sci. Vol. 9. N 3: 957–963 (in Russian).
  • Anon., 1922 Valentin Lvovich Bianchi. Obituary. 1922. Ibis. Ser. 11. Vol. 4. N 1: 188–189 [1] Full text

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