Name: Fernald, Charles Henry
Date of birth: 1838-03-16
Place of birth: in Fernald's Point, Mount Desert Isl.
Days of death: 1921-02-22
Place of death: in Wemherst, MA
Gender: male
Remark: Professor der Naturgeschichte, Univ. Maine
Specialisms: Lepidoptera
Akronyms: Fern.
Collection: Lepidoptera: Pyralidae, Tortricidae und Tineidae 1924 an Nation. Mus. Nat. Hist. Washington. - Eine Sammlung Homoptera: Coccidae 1900 an Shanghai Science Inst., Shanghai.
Citations:

Anonym 1907: [Fernald, C. H.] Nat. Cyclop. Amer. Biog. 9, pp. 232

Anonym 1921: [Fernald, C. H.] Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, Washington 23, B15 10215, pp. 68

Baker, H. P. (et al.) 1937: [Fernald, C. H.] Fernald Club Year Book (Mass. State Coll.) 6, pp. 2-14

Braun, A. F. 1921: [Fernald, C. H.] Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia 32, B15 10004, pp. 129-133

Burgess, A. F. 1921: [Fernald, C. H.] Journal of Economic Entomology, College Park / N.Y. 14, B15 10592, pp. 242-243, Portr.

Howard, L. O. 1910: [Fernald, C. H.] Science 32, pp. 769-775

Howard, L. O. 1930: History of applied Entomology (Somewhat Anecdotal). Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Washington 84, S. X+1-564, B15: 1018, pp. (Taf. 7)

Mallis, A. 1971: American Entomologists. Rutgers Univ. Press New Brunswick, B15 A1642, pp. 141-150, Portr.

Musgrave, A. 1932: Bibliography of Australian Entomology 1775 - 1930. Sydney, B15: 2154, pp. 92

Osborn, H. 1937: Fragments of Entomological History Including Some Personal Recollections of Men and Events. 1 Columbus, Ohio, Published by the Author, 1-394 S., B15: 6024, pp. 178, Portr.(Taf. 14)

Osborn, H. 1952: A Brief History of Entomology Including Time of Demosthenes and Aristotle to Modern Times with over Five Hundred Portraits. Columbus, Ohio, The Spahr & Glenn Company, 1-303 S., B15: 6024a, pp. 193, Portr.(Taf. 8)

Procter, W. 1927: [Fernald, C. H.] Biol. Surv. Mt. Desert Region 1, pp. 7

Updated: 2016-01-27 14:20:38
Data recorder: Editha Schubert