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langs: 15 июля [ru] / july 15 [en] / 15. juli [de] / 15 juillet [fr] / 15 luglio [it] / 15 de julio [es]

days: july 12 / july 13 / july 14 / july 15 / july 16 / july 17 / july 18

Animal / Animal

#1 List of giant pandas

This is a list of giant pandas , both alive and deceased. The giant panda is a conservation-reliant vulnerable species . [1] Wild population estimates vary; one estimate shows that there are about 1,590 individuals living in the wild, [2] while a 2006 study via DNA analysis estimated that this figur

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Plant / Plant

#1 Veracruz moist forests

The Veracruz moist forests ( Spanish : Bosques húmedos de Veracruz ) is a tropical moist broadleaf forests ecoregion in eastern Mexico . Tropical moist broadleaf forests ecoregion of Mexico Veracruz moist forests View of Tihuatlán , Veracruz Location of the Veracruz moist forests Ecology Realm Neotr

#2 Torreya taxifolia

Torreya taxifolia , commonly known as Florida torreya or stinking-cedar , but also sometimes as Florida nutmeg or gopher wood , is an endangered subcanopy tree of the yew family , Taxaceae . It is native to only a small glacial refugium in the southeastern United States , at the state border region

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Researcher / Researcher

#1 William Rune Liltved

William Rune Liltved (born 1960) is a South African malacologist and botanist . Liltved completed high school 1979 and was employed by South African Museum, Cape Town . [1] He studied marine molluscs at California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco . His career has taken him to study molluscs in t

#2 Edward Whittall

Edward Whittall (born Smyrna , Ottoman Empire , 9 September 1851; died 15 July 1917) was an Anglo-Ottoman merchant and amateur botanist best known today for sending many species of bulbs to Europe. The standard author abbreviation Whittall is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a

#3 Jean-Henri Magne

Jean-Henri Magne (15 July 1804, Sauveterre-de-Rouergue – 27 August 1885) was a French veterinarian . Portrait by Louis Georges Neumann During his career, he worked as a professor at the École royale vétérinaire de Lyon and at the École nationale vétérinaire d'Alfort , where from 1846, he served as d

#4 Syo Kurokawa

Syo Kurokawa ( 黒川 逍 , Kurokawa Shō , July 15, 1926–September 16, 2010) [1] was a noted Japanese lichenologist and 1994 recipient of the Acharius Medal . [2] He studied under Mason Hale [3] and Yasuhiko Asahina . [1] Japanese lichenologist Syo Kurokawa 黒川 逍 Born ( 1926-07-15 ) July 15, 1926 [1] Died

#5 Algernon Freeman-Mitford, 1st Baron Redesdale

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford, 1st Baron Redesdale , GCVO , KCB , DL (24 February 1837   – 17 August 1916) was a British diplomat, collector and writer. Nicknamed "Barty", he was the paternal grandfather of the Mitford sisters . British diplomat, collector, and writer (1837-1916) The Right Honour

#6 Almira Hart Lincoln Phelps

Almira Hart Lincoln Phelps (July 15, 1793   – July 15, 1884) was an American scientist, educator, author, and editor. Her botany writings influenced more early American women to be botanists, including Eunice Newton Foote and her daughter, Augusta Newton Foote Arnold . Though she primarily wrote reg

#7 George Dickie (botanist)

George Dickie FRS , FLS (23 Nov 1812, Aberdeen – 1882) was a Scottish botanist , who specialised in algae . Scottish botanist (1812–1882)

#8 Amiel Weeks Whipple

Amiel Weeks Whipple (October 21, 1817 – May 7, 1863) [1] was an American military officer and topographical engineer. He served as a brigadier general in the American Civil War , where he was mortally wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville . Among his many survey assignments for the US War Depart

#9 Ernst Heinrich Georg Ule

Ernst Heinrich Georg Ule (12 March 1854 – 15 July 1915) was a German botanist .

#10 William Marriott Canby

William Marriott Canby Sr. (1831–1904) was an American banker, business executive, philanthropist and botanist. He is famous as a leading expert on the flora of Delaware and the "eastern shore" region of Maryland [3] [2] and as an epistolary correspondent with Charles Darwin concerning insectivorous

#11 John Hutchinson (botanist)

John Hutchinson , OBE , FRS (7 April 1884 Blindburn, Northumberland – 2 September 1972 London ) was an English botanist , taxonomist and author. [1] [2] [3] [4] English botanist and taxonomist (1884-1972) John Hutchinson Born ( 1884-04-07 ) 7 April 1884 Wark on Tyne , Northumberland Died 2 September

#12 Joachim Steetz

Joachim Steetz (12 November 1804 – 24 March 1862) [1] [2] was a German botanist. [3] [4] [5] His herbarium , comprising more than 5000 specimens from over 160 collectors and 30 countries was purchased in 1863 by Victorian Government Botanist Ferdinand von Mueller for the sum of 80 pounds. [6] [7] Th

#13 Ysabel Wright

Ysabel Galbán Wright (December 25, 1885 – July 1, 1960) was a Cuban-American botanist and plant collector who specialized in cacti . [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] American botanist (1885-1960)

#14 Fred Hermann Brandt

Fred Hermann Brandt (1908–1994) was a German entomological collector, botanist and Nazi secret agent in World War II who worked in Iran and Afghanistan during the 1930s. Brandt was born in St. Petersburg and grew up in Latvia . His brother, Wilhelm Brandt, was an entomologist who specialised in butt

#15 Hermann Schacht

Hermann Schacht (15 July 1814, in Ochsenwerder – 20 August 1864, in Bonn ) was a German pharmacist and botanist , who specialized in the fields of plant anatomy and embryology . German botanist Prior to 1847 he worked at pharmacies in Braunschweig , Hamburg , Emmerich , Aachen and Altona , where he

#16 Marie-Victorin Kirouac

Brother Marie-Victorin, F.S.C. (April 3, 1885 – July 15, 1944), was a Canadian member of Brothers of the Christian Schools and a noted botanist in Quebec , Canada. He is known as the father of the Botanical Garden of Montreal . Canadian French botanist (1885-1944) "Marie-Victorin" redirects here. Fo

#17 George Valentine Nash

George Valentine Nash (May 6, 1864 – July 15, 1921) was an American botanist . He was the Head Gardener and Curator of the Plantations at the New York Botanical Garden, for whom he did field work in the Bahamas, South Florida and Haiti. American botanist George Valentine Nash Born ( 1864-05-06 ) May

#18 Maurice A. F. Breistroffer

Maurice Andrè Frantz Breistroffer (15 July 1910, Paris – 17 February 1986, Grenoble ) was a French paleontologist and botanist . He worked as a curator at the natural history museum in Grenoble. He was recognized as a leading authority in the study of ammonites , [1] of which, he circumscribed numer

#19 Henry Nicollon des Abbayes

Henry Robert Nicollon des Abbayes (15 July 1898 – 21 May 1974) was a French botanist and lichenologist . He was the chair of the Botanical Department of the University of Rennes and an expert on the flora of Great Britain . [1] The standard author abbreviation Abbayes is used to indicate this person

#20 Heinrich Wendland

Heinrich Ludolph (Ludwig) Wendland (29 April 1791, in Hanover – 15 July 1869, in Teplice ) was a botanist who authored a number of Acacia species. Heinrich Wendland was born on 29 April 1791 into a family well known in botany. His father Johann had published a number of botanical books including the

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Zoo / Zoo

#1 Aquamarine Fukushima

Aquamarine Fukushima ( アクアマリンふくしま , Akuamarin Fukushima ) (officially Marine Science Museum, Fukushima Prefecture ( ふくしま海洋科学館 , Fukushima Kaiyō Kagakukan ) ) is an aquarium located in Iwaki, Fukushima , Japan. The aquarium opened on 15 July 2000. The public aquarium is the largest in the Tohoku regi

#2 Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium is an aquarium in Los Angeles at San Pedro , California . The aquarium interprets both the physical processes of oceanography and marine biology of Southern California by use of displays and educational programs for the public. Zoo in California, USA Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

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