Alphonse Hustache

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Alphonse Hustache (14 April 1872–10 March 1949) was a French entomologist.[1]

He was one of the best specialists on Curculionidae.

Works[edit]

He began to write many articles in many journals such as l'Échange, Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France, Miscellanea Entomologica, and many others including north African and South American ones.

Books[edit]

  • 1932 - Curculionidae Gallo-Rhénans, 1189 pages, published in 8 parts in the Annales de la société entomologique de France from 1923 to 1932
  • 1924 - Synopsis des Curculionides de Madagascar, 524 pages
  • 1925 - Tableaux analytiques des Coléoptères de la Faune Franco-Rhénane. Curculionidae Ceuthorrhynchini - 314 pages, as a supplement of Miscellanea Entomologica from 1920 to 1925.
  • 1931 - Tableaux analytiques des Coléoptères de la Faune Franco-Rhénane. Curculionidae Apioninae, 286 pages, as a supplement of Miscellanea Entomologica.
  • 1934, 1936 & 1938 - He wrote parts 136, 151 and 163 of the Coleopterorum Catalogus, the Sigmund Schenkling's work of his life.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maldes & Péricart: 1979. Pour un trentenaire rétrospective sur la biographie et l'œuvre entomologique d'Alphonse Hustache, Annales de la Société Entomologique de France, tome 15, pp. 194-208]