Carl Gustav Alexander Brischke

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Carl Gustav Alexander Brischke (December 17, 1814 – 1897) was a German entomologist who worked on Diptera and Hymenoptera, mainly the Ichneumonidae and Braconidae.

Briscke was from Danzig, West Prussia.

He was the author of Die Hymenopteren des Bernsteins; Schriften der Naturforschenden Geselschaft in Danzig, (N.F.), 6(3), 278-279 (1886),[1] and of the four part Die Ichneumoniden der Provinzen West- und Ost-Preussen (Band 1, 1878; Band 2, 1879; Band 3, 1880; Band 4, 1881).[2]

His collections are located in the Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Gdańsk, Poland; Zoologisches Museum Königsberg, Russia and in the Zoological museum in the State University of Kharkiv, Ukraine.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Abhandlungen des Geologischen Dienstes Berlin
  2. ^ [1] Works in Digitale Sammlungen, UB Frankfurt
  3. ^ Biographical & Type Information - B North Dakota State University