Synonyms for herbulot or Related words with herbulot

bastelberger              rambur              draudt              dognin              liebke              kiriakoff              basilewsky              peringuey              herbuloti              alluaud              gibeaux              alpheraky              putzeys              aurivillius              mabille              leraut              fairmaire              horisme              zerny              kerremans              erschoff              viette              viettei              grouvelle              boursin              umbricola              pingasa              senectere              motschulsky              drepanogynis              metachrostis              eversmann              chevrolat              ochsenheimer              psilocerea              guenee              moschler              alluaudi              filipjev              balinsky              tschitscherine              xenimpia              milliere              collarti              seyrigi              chiasmia              eutelia              pungeler              cinerella              liturata             

Examples of "herbulot"
This species looks close to "Haplolabida marojejensis", Herbulot and "Haplolabida lacrimans", Herbulot. The length of its frontwings is 13.5 mm.
Herbulot started drawing and writing stories at an early age.
Following the success of , Herbulot signed for various feature film projects between France and the U.S.
30 genera are attributed to Claude Herbulot, of which 28 are valid:
Jean Luc Herbulot (born in 1983 in Pointe-Noire (Congo)) is a film director and screenwriter.
This species looks close to "Haplolabida marojejensis", Herbulot, the length of its frontwings is .
Antozola is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. It was described by Claude Herbulot in 1992.
Anticleora is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. It was described by Claude Herbulot in 1966.
The wingspan is 15–16 mm and types where collected at an altitude of 1200m in Cilaos. The author dedicated this species to the collector Claude Herbulot.
Cryo was formed by members of ERE Informatique who left Infogrames (proprietor of ERE since 1986) – among these were Philippe Ulrich, Rémi Herbulot and Jean-Martial Lefranc.
Scopula ourebi is a moth of the family Geometridae. It was described by Claude Herbulot in 1985. It is found in South Africa.
Jean-Jacques Herbulot (29 March 1909 – 22 July 1997) was a French sailor who competed in the 1932 Summer Olympics, in the 1936 Summer Olympics, in the 1948 Summer Olympics, and in the 1956 Summer Olympics.
Bronchinson is the lead actor in and the producer of the film , directed by Jean Luc Herbulot. The screenplay was inspired by Bronchinson’s life as a former drug dealer. The film premiered at the festival in Canada and opened the in Paris.
Claude Herbulot (19 February 1908 – 19 January 2006) was a French entomologist. He was born in Charleville-Mézières and died in Paris. He was a lepidopterist and specialised in moths in the family Geometridae. His collection is housed at the Zoologische Staatssammlung München.
In 1982 Sciences Nat restarted the journal and published volumes 49 to 51. The publication committee was composed of eminent entomologists: Georges Bernardi, Philippe Darge, Jean Darnaud, Claude Herbulot and Léon Schaefer. Colour plates were included in each volume. The circulation was about 300 copies.
Their first international hit, topping many international sales list for several months, was "Macadam Bumper" (1985), a pinball simulation programmed by Rémi Herbulot, a self-taught ex-employee of Valeo living in Caen. This and several later titles were distributed (and labelled) by PSS in the United Kingdom, thanks to a mutual distribution agreement.
The Vaurien is a dinghy designed by Jean-Jacques Herbulot in 1951, and presented in the Boat show in Paris in 1952. It was meant as a reasonable alternative for a boat with a crew of two, as much for its low cost, as for its simplicity to sail. The first units, sold in the mentioned Boat show, had a price equivalent to two bicycles of the time. It is a light, but robust, boat that soon found its place among beginners, especially in Europe and Africa.
During the first 20 years, more than 150 different authors published a variety of new species in the journal. Some notable authors were the coleopterists Vincent Allard (Cetoniidae), Jean-Pierre Lacroix (Lucanidae), P. Arnaud (Cetoniidae), R.-P. Dechambre (Dynastidae), Th. Deuve (Carabidae), P. Bleuzen (Buprestidae), H. Bohmans (Lucanidae), J. Rigout (Cetoniidae), and P. Téocchi (Lamiinae) and the lepidopterists Claude Herbulot (Geometridae), Ph. Darge (Charaxinae), B. Turlin (Charaxinae), G. Deslisle (Papilionidae), J. Haxaire (Sphingidae), Gilles Terral (Saturniidae), Hervé de Toulgoët (Arctiidae), and J.-C. Weiss (Parnassiinae)
Get Dexter (known as "Crafton & Xunk" from its country of origin France), is a Graphic adventure game, originally released for the Amstrad CPC in 1986. It was programmed by Remi Herbulot, with graphics by Michel Rho, and was published in France by ERE Informatique and by PSS in Britain. An Atari ST version was released in 1987. The game is played out in isometric area with a futuristic sci-fi plot with puzzle solving. Reaction from the games industry and magazines was generally positive, gaining accolades and high ratings in reviews. A sequel, "Get Dexter 2", was released in 1988.