Dmitry Kharitonov

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Dmitry Evstratievich Kharitonov)
Jump to: navigation, search
Dmitry Evstratievich Kharitonov
Born 1896
Died 1970
Citizenship Russia
Fields Arachnology
Institutions Perm State University
Known for Katalog der russischen Spinnen (1932, 1936)
Influenced T.S. Mkheidze
Author abbrev. (zoology) Charitonov

Dmitry Evstratievich Kharitonov (1896-1970),[1] also spelt Charitonov,[2] was the first native Russian arachnologist.[1] In 1916 he founded the arachnological school of Perm State University, the oldest arachnology research group in Russia.[1] The culmination of his work was the comprehensive Katalog der russischen Spinnen (en: Catalogue of Russian spiders), published bilingually in 1932, with an addition published in 1936.[1] He grew up under the supervision of Dmitry Mikhailovich Fedotov, an arachnologist from St. Petersburg.[1] One of his postgraduates, T.S. Mkheidze, has been working in Georgia since the 1930s.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Mikhailov, K.G. (2004). "A brief historical overview of the development of arachnology in Russia" (PDF). In Logunov, D.V.; Penney, D. European Arachnology 2003: 21st European Colloquium of Arachnology, St. Petersburg, Russia, 4-9 August 2003. Arthropoda Selecta. Special Issue No. 1, 2004. Moscow, Russia: KMK Scientific Press. pp. 21–34. ISBN 978-5-87317-174-3. ISSN 0136-006X. OCLC 718277950. Retrieved 15 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Platnick, Norman I. (29 July 2011). "Bibliography 1898-1934". The World Spider Catalog, Version 12.5. New York, NY, USA: American Museum of Natural History. 1926; 1928; 1932. doi:10.5531/db.iz.0001. Retrieved 15 April 2012.