René Maugé de Cely
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Maugé sailed with his friend Nicolas Baudin to the West Indies between 1796 and 1798. He subsequently travelled to the Pacific with Baudin in 1800. Maugé was taken ill at Timor and died when the expedition arrived in Tasmania. He was buried on the point named after him by Baudin; Point Maugé on Maria Island, off Tasmania's east coast.
- Aratinga chloroptera maugei, Puerto Rican conure, taxonomic authority Charles de Souancé, 1856.
- Dicaeum maugei, the blue-cheeked flowerpecker, taxonomic authority René Primevère Lesson 1830.
- Geopelia maugeus, barred dove, taxonomic authority Coenraad Jacob Temminck, 1809.
- Testacella maugei, species of carnivorous land slug, taxonomic authority André Étienne d'Audebert de Férussac, 1819.
- Section based on a translation from an equivalent article at the French Wikipedia.
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