New Observations on the Natural History of Bees (Esprios Classics)

New Observations on the Natural History of Bees (Esprios Classics)

Author: Francis Huber

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François Huber (July 2, 1750 - December 22, 1831), also known as Francis in English publications or Franz in German publications was a Swiss entomologist who specialized in honey bees. His pioneering work was recognized all across Europe and based on thorough observation with the help of several assistants due to his blindness. He became interested in honey bees after being read the works of René de Réaumur and Charles Bonnet. He also had a conversation with the latter who was also based in Geneva. His curiosity was focused on the history of these insects. His initial desire was to verify some facts and then fill in missing information. Since he was now blind, he had to rely on the help of others.
New Observations on the Natural History of Bees (Esprios Classics)
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Pages: 144
Authors: Francis Huber
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-02-20 - Publisher: Blurb

François Huber (July 2, 1750 - December 22, 1831), also known as Francis in English publications or Franz in German publications was a Swiss entomologist who specialized in honey bees. His pioneering work was recognized all across Europe and based on thorough observation with the help of several assistants due
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