Hermann Grote

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Hermann Grote
Born7 July 1882 (1882-07-07)
Died12 August 1951 (1951-08-13) (aged 69)
Berlin
OccupationGerman ornithologist

Hermann Grote (7 July 1882 – 12 August 1951, Berlin) was a German ornithologist known for his studies of African avifauna.

While serving as a director of a sisal plantation in German East Africa, he published papers on the local avifauna (from 1909 to 1913). As a P.O.W. of the Russians during World War I, he learned the Russian language, a skill set he subsequently used to translate Russian ornithological works into German. During his career, he was associated with ornithological research performed at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin.[1]

In 1923 he was elected a corresponding fellow of the American Ornithologists' Union.[1]

Taxa described by Grote[edit]

Selected writings[edit]

  • Beitrag zur Ornis des südöstlichen Deutsch-Ostafrika, 1912 – Contributions to the ornithology of southeastern German East Africa.
  • Über einige gefangene ostafrikanische Vögel, 1912 – On some captive East African birds.
  • Aus der ornithologischen Literatur Russlands: Berichte und Übersetzungen, Volume 5, 1925 – On Russian ornithological literature; reports and translations.
  • Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Vogelfauna des Graslandes von Neukamerun. 1925 – Contributions associated with birds native to the grasslands of Neukamerun.
  • Brutbiologisches aus N.A. Sarudnys Schriften, 1934 – Breeding biology by Nicholas Alexievich Sarudny.
  • "Collected Papers on Ornithology", 1935.
  • Neue Beiträge zur Kenntnis der palaearktischen Zugvögel in Afrika, 1937 – New contributions involving Palearctic migrant birds in Africa.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 1952 .1 Obituaries 223 - University of New Mexico obituary of Hermann Grote
  2. ^ ITIS taxa
  3. ^ OCLC Classify published works
  4. ^ Google Books publications