Tikhon Chicherin

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Tikhon Sergeyevich Chicherin (Russian : Ти́хон Серге́евич Чиче́рин, French : Tikhon Sergeyevich Tschitscherine; 1869–1904) was a Russian entomologist who specialised in Coleoptera, especially Carabidae.

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