Alois Friedrich Rogenhofer

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Alois Friedrich Rogenhofer (22 December 1831, Vienna – 15 January 1897, Vienna) was an Austrian entomologist. He was a curator at the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna, where he was the first keeper of the Lepidoptera. Rogenhofer was mainly interested in Lepidoptera, and Hymenoptera.

Beside him Josef Mann (1804-1889) worked as a keen technician and collector for the benefits of the museum. Mann described many species of Lepidoptera new to science focussing on Microlepidoptera.

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  • Anon. 1897 [Rogenhofer, A. F.]: Entomologist's Monthly Magazine (3) 33:108

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