Hendrik H. WEYENBERGH - papers on Opiliones
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Hendrik H. WEYENBERGH
Birthplace: Haarlem, Netherlands.
Died: Bloemendaal - 27 July 1885.
Hendrik Weyenbergh (Haarlem, December 6, 1842 - Bloemendaal - July 27, 1885) was a Dutch zoologist, who developed much of his career in Argentina, having founded the Museum of Zoology of Cordoba.
[From Spanish Wikipedia; see also Acosta, 1985 and Burmeister, 1874.
There is also a good article about him in the Wikiportal de Cultura Apícola.
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|Weyenbergh, H. (1869) Sur les insectes fossiles du calcaire lithographique de la Bavière, qui se trouvent au Musée Teyler. Archives Musée Teyler, Haarlem, 2, 247–294.|
|Weyenbergh, H. (1874) Notes sur quelques insectes du calcaire jurassique de la Bavière. Archives Musée Teyler, Haarlem, 3, 234–236.|
|Weyenbergh, H. (1878) On two new species of the genus Pachylus Koch from the Argentine Republic. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, Boston, Mass, 19(3), 316–320.|
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Picture of HW from Wikiportal de Cultura Apícola.
Biographical sketch translated from Spanish Wikipedia, also in the references below.