Max Gaede

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Max Gaede
Born29 November 1871
Berlin
Died27 October 1946 (1946-10-28) (aged 74)
Berlin
Nationality German
CitizenshipGerman
Scientific career
Fields Lepidoptera, entomology, lepidopterology
Institutions Berlin

Max Gaede (29 November 1871 – 27 October 1946) [1] was a German engineer and entomologist [2] of international fame who described several hundred of new species of Lepidoptera, mainly African Noctuidae.

He became a member of the Internationaler Entomologischer Verein [3] in 1899. Many Lepidoptera species have been named after Max Gaede. Some of them are:

Works

Some of the publications of Max Gaede are:

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References

  1. Senckenberg.de: Biografien der Entomologen der Welt (in German)
  2. The Lepidopterists' News
  3. Entomologische Zeitschrift (Vol. v. 13 (1899–1900))
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  6. Alberti, B. (1957). "Ueber äthiopische Zygaeniden, insbesondere des Belgischen Kongo". Revue de Zoologie et Botanique Africaines. 55 (3–4): 285–310.
  7. "Zamarada gaedei". ZipcodeZoo.com. Archived 12 April 2013.
  8. "Hypocala gaedei". ZipcodeZoo.com. Archived 12 April 2013.
  9. "Ozarba gaedei Berio, 1940". Insecta.pro. Retrieved February 5, 2020.
  10. Berio, E. 1956b. Contribution à l'étude des Noctuidae de Madagascar. – Mémoires de l'Institut scientifique de Madagascar (E) 6:109–140.
  11. http://esperiana.net/band-12-2006.html Hacker, H. H. & Fibiger, M. 2006b. Updated list of Micronoctuidae, Noctuidae (s.l.), and Hyblaeidae species of Yemen, collected during three expeditions in 1996, 1998 and 2000, with comments and descriptions of species. – Esperiana 12:75–166.
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  14. De Vos, Rob. "Tigrioides inversa Gaede, 1925 | The Tigermoths (Erebidae, Arctiinae, Lithosiini) of Papua Indonesia". Papua-Insects.nl. The Papua Insects Foundation. Retrieved October 31, 2019.
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