|Born||6 July 1878|
Blackheath, London, England
|Died||13 July 1954 (aged 76)|
|Alma mater||Radley College, New College, Oxford|
|Known for||Dermaptera, Orthoptera|
Malcolm Burr (6 July 1878 - 13 July 1954) was an English author, translator, entomologist, and geologist. He taught English at the School of Economics in Istanbul, and spent most of his life in Turkey.
Burr was a noted specialist of earwigs (Dermaptera) and crickets and grasshoppers (Orthoptera). He was the first to classify earwigs on the basis of copulatory organs, and the diversity and biology of the earwigs of Sri Lanka is well studied due to major contributions by Burr in 1901.
- Burr, M. (1912). Orthoptères. Catalogue systématique et descriptif des collections zoologiques du baron Edmond de Selys Longchamps.
- Burr, Malcolm (1931). In Bolshevik Siberia, the land of ice and exile. London: H.F. & G. Witherby.
- Burr, Malcolm (1933). A Fossicker in Angola.
- Dersu the Trapper (translated by Malcolm Burr), published by Secker & Warburg, London 1939 (First English edition)
- Epilandex burri, a species of earwig named after Burr
- List of Vanity Fair (British magazine) caricatures (1910–14)
- "Captain Malcolm Burr Chevalier Order of the White Eagle 5th Class". Hazelwood School War Memorial. Retrieved 15 January 2017.
- Deborah Manley (2011). The Trans-Siberian Railway: A Traveller's Anthology. Andrews UK Limited. p. 265. ISBN 978-1-908493-30-9.
- Holland, W. J. (1912). "Reviewed Work: Genera Insectorum by Malcolm Burr". Science. 36 (934): 716–717. doi:10.1126/science.36.934.716. JSTOR 1638103.
- Rehn, James A. G. (1917). "On Orthoptera from the vicinity of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil". Transactions of the American Entomological Society. 43 (3): 335–363. JSTOR 25076975.
- Uvarov, B. P. (1954). "Dr. Malcolm Burr". Nature. 174 (4424): 294. Bibcode:1954Natur.174..294U. doi:10.1038/174294b0.
- Wijesekara, Anura; Wijesinghe, D.P (2003). "History of insect collection and a review of insect diversity in Sri Lanka". Ceylon Journal of Science. 31: 43–59. CiteSeerX 10.1.1.379.2411.
- "Hazelwood School War Records". www.hambo.org. Retrieved 2020-03-01.