Stanisław Smreczyński (1899–1975) was the founding father of the Department of Systematic zoology and Zoogeography of the Jagiellonian University. He was known for his contributions to contemporary understanding of early embryonic development of amphibians and insects as well as his expertise in Pleistocene and extant weevils (Curculionidae).
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