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Stephan von Breuning
|Born||21 November 1894|
|Died||11 March 1983 88) (aged|
|Known for||Études sur les Lamiaires|
Stephan von Breuning (21 November 1894 – 11 March 1983) was an Austrian entomologist who specialised in the study of beetles (Coleopterology), particularly within the longhorn family (Cerambycidae).
An amateur working on the rich collections of the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, he described 7894 taxa of Cerambycidae.
The complete list of his entomological works has been published in the Bulletin de la Société Sciences Nat , number 41.
One of his most famous remains Études sur les Lamiaires, published in Novitates entomologicae, 1934–1946.
He gave the photo shown together with a text to be published after his death. Von Breuning lived with his wife in a small studio at the top of an old building on rue Durantin, Paris 18ème.
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