Joseph Albert Lintner

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Joseph A. Lintner

Joseph Albert Lintner (8 February 1822 in Schoharie, New York – 5 May 1898 in Rome) was an American entomologist. He held the position of State Entomologist from 1881 following the creation of this post by the federal government. He served until 1898. Lintner wrote 900 scientific papers and 13 of the Report on the injurious and other insects of the State of New York on crop pests and injurious insects associated with agriculture. His collection is in the New York State Museum.[1]


  1. ^ "The New York State Museum - New York State Education Department".
  • Anonym 1898 [Lintner, J. A.] Entomologist's Monthly Magazine (3) 34
  • Anonym 1898: [Lintner, J. A.] Entomologist 31 174-175
  • Howard, L. O. 1930 History of applied Entomology (Somewhat Anecdotal Smiths. Miscell. Coll. 84 X+1-564.
  • Mallis, A. 1971 American Entomologists. Rutgers Univ. Press New Brunswick 52–54, Portrait.
  • Osborn, H. 1937 Fragments of Entomological History Including Some Personal Recollections of Men and Events. Columbus, Ohio, Published by the Author 1 1–394, 47 Taf. nur Portr. (Taf. 14)
  • Felt, Ephraim Porter (1899). "Memorial of Life and Entomologic Work of Joseph Albert Lintner, State entomologist, 1874-98". Bulletin of the New York State Museum. 5 (24).