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Naudé, Theunis Johannes (1897-1983)

Obituary: J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr. (1985) 48: 345-346.

 

Neave, S.A.

The hawkmoth Afroclanis neavi is named after him. He evidently travelled in Central Africa, the type of this species originating from Zambia (Pinhey, E.C.G. 1975. Moths of Southern Africa. Tafelberg, Cape Town, p. 135).

 

Nefdt, Rory J.

Was an entomology student at Rhodes University in the 1980's. Home country is Zambia.

 

Nel, J.J.

SAM ants ex PPRI: 1957-1960 (various localities, mainly in northern Natal).

 

Nel, Magda

SAM ants: 1987-1989 (Gobabeb). Worked at Gobabeb.

 

Neser, Stefan

In Biological Control of Weeds section of PPRI. Has collected insects widely in South Africa as well as in other countries such as Argentina and Australia where he has been in search of biological control agents.

 

Newdigate, Caroline Barbara (1857-1937).

SAM. Biography: G&C p. 260. Donations to SAM ('Miss Newdigate'): 1896 (Horia hottentota from Cape Colony).

 

Nicholson, J.C.

TM leps

 

Nightingale, ?.

SAM ants: 1895 (Walfish Bay).

 

Norval, R.A.

Obituary: Zimbabwe Science News 28 (1/3): 23 (1994).

 

Text by Hamish G. Robertson  


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