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Abernethy, H.P. 

Ants in S.A. Museum: 1909 (Kentani).

 

Acutt, A.L.

Lepidoptera specimens in Transvaal Museum.

 

Adam, Rodney

344 insect samples in National Museum, Bloemfontein. Worked for Free State Nature Conservation.

 

Adkins, ?.

Lepidoptera specimens in Transvaal Museum.

 

Akerman, Dr Conrad (1878-1975)

Collected insects and associated with Natal Museum.

 

Alston, Edward Garwood

Surveyor and part-time naturalist. Insect specimens from Namaqualand and Eastern Cape (collected 1885-1899) in South African Museum.

 

Anderson, W.J.

Collected insects in South Africa in 1916 [bombyliid fly type(s) in The Natural History Museum, London - information supplied by N. Evenhuis].

 

Andrea, H.K.C. (18??-1966)

Honorary entomologist at S.A. Museum; worked on Coleoptera (beetles).

Anjos-Dias, J.

Specimens in National Museum of Namibia.

 

Annecke, David Paul (1928-1981) 

Entomologist, specialising in parasitic Hymenoptera, who worked at the Plant Protection Research Institute (PPRI).

 

Arnold, George (1881-1962) 

Entomologist, specialising in taxonomy of aculeate Hymenoptera (particularly ants, sphecid wasps and pompilid wasps). Worked for many years at the museum in Bulawayo in what was then Rhodesia.

 

Ayres, Thomas (1828-1913)

Trader, gold digger and naturalist; lived mainly in Potchefstroom. 

 

Text by Hamish Robertson  


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