Vladimir Arnoldi

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Vladimir Mitrofanovich Arnoldi

Vladimir Mitrofanovich Arnoldi (Russian: Влади́мир Митрофа́нович Арно́льди)(Kozlov (Michurinsk), Russia (1871-1924)) was a Russian professor of biology. He was a Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Sciences and scientifically listed a number of valuable plants of Malaysia.

He lived in the Russian city of Tambov for much of his life. His son Constantin Arnoldi became a prominent entomologist.