Fernando de Buen y Lozano

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Fernando de Buen y Lozano (10 October 1895 – 6 May 1962) was a Spanish ichthyologist and oceanographer. He lived in Mexico, Uruguay, and Chile. In Uruguay, he was the director of the Department of Science at the Oceanography and Fisheries Service as well as Professor of Hydrobiology and Protozoology in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. He was an honorary foreign member of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists.[1]

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  1. ^ Hubbs, Carl L. (1962). "Fernando de Buen". Copeia. 1962 (4): 874–876. JSTOR 1440713. 
  • López, Hugo L.; Pequeño Reyes, G.; Nion, Hebert; Del Moral Flores, Luis Fernando; Lobón Cerviá, F. Javier; Ponte Gómez, Justina (2015). "Fernando de Buen. Ictiólogo Iberoamericano". ProBiota: Serie Documentos (in Spanish) (40). ISSN 1666-731X. 

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