Synonyms for pagenstecher or Related words with pagenstecher

zerny              gibeaux              erschoff              leraut              gerstaecker              bifasciata              draudt              rambur              goeze              filipjev              obscurata              motschulsky              consimilis              staudingeri              dentifera              wallengren              rectilinea              distincta              eversmann              maculifera              jansei              reducta              klapperichi              ledereri              fumosa              moschler              alpheraky              perty              distinguenda              ussurica              puncticollis              peyerimhoff              trimaculata              boursin              luteipes              ochsenheimer              zetterstedt              flavipennis              viette              laticollis              cinerella              bicolorata              morawitz              redtenbacher              jeanneli              confinis              strigata              flavicornis              inquinata              djakonov             



Examples of "pagenstecher"
Imma viola is a moth in the Immidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1886.
Imma penthinoides is a moth in the Immidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1884.
Imma diaphana is a moth in the Immidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1884.
Hermann Pagenstecher (September 16, 1844 – December 31, 1932) was a German ophthalmologist born in Langenschwalbach.
Heinrich Alexander Pagenstecher (18 March 1825, Elberfeld – 4 January 1889, Hamburg) was a German zoologist.
Imma albifasciella is a moth in the Immidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1900.
In 1866, Albrecht Pagenstecher, a German immigrant living in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, together with his brother Rudolf, bought two German-made Keller-Voelter grinders. As stated by Albrecht Pagenstecher himself: on March 5, 1867, in nearby Curtisville, he was the first in the United States to manufacture commercially viable 'groundwood' wood pulp. He sold the pulp to the Smith Paper Company which on March 8, 1867 produced commercial newsprint paper. Pagenstecher made his pulp out of aspen or "popple" and soon the supply of available popple ran out. The New York World reluctantly cancelled its contract for the newsprint, which the Smith Paper Company of Lee, Massachusetts was making from this new woodpulp. In despair, Pagenstecher returned to Saxony and asked Heinrich Voelter what he could do. "We too have run out of popple," was the reply, "but we are using spruce. Have you any spruce in America?" To this Pagenstecher could only reply, "I do not know, but I'll find out."
Friedrich Alexander Hermann Pagenstecher (April 21, 1828 – December 31, 1879) was a German ophthalmologist born in Wallau.
which also holds the type of "Ornithoptera schoenbergi" Pagenstecher. The type locality is the Finisterre Range, New Guinea.
Pagenstecher made several contributions in ophthalmology, and was internationally known for his treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. He is remembered for introducing a surgical practice known as intracapsular cataract extraction, and in 1862 he introduced yellow "Präcipitatsalbe" (precipitate salve) as an eye ointment. Pagenstecher died on December 31, 1879 from injuries sustained in a freak hunting accident.
In the Curtisville area, now known as the Interlaken part of Stockbridge, Albrecht Pagenstecher, an immigrant from Saxony, established the first wood-based newsprint paper mill in the United States, in March 1867. Pagenstecher later went on to found "numerous pulp and paper mills throughout the Northeast and Canada" and serve on the Board of Directors of the International Paper Company.
In 1866, Albrecht Pagenstecher, a German immigrant living in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, together with his brother Rudolf, bought two German-made Keller-Voelter grinders. On March 5, 1867, in nearby Curtisville, Pagenstecher was the first in the United States to manufacture commercially viable wood pulp. He sold the pulp to the Smith Paper Company which immediately produced commercial newsprint. However, Pagenstecher initially made his pulp out of aspen or "popple"; however, he soon exhausted his supply of this tree and was forced to substitute with less friable softwoods, with the result that the "New York World" cancelled its contract for newsprint.
Arnold Pagenstecher and Staudinger both described this butterfly, under different names and the first description by Staudinger was based on a manuscript sent to him by Pagenstecher who possessed specimens from the collection of D. Wolf von Schönberg in Naumburg who had acquired them from a colonist in the then German New Guinea. Pagenstecher's name is "Schoenbergia schoenbergi" and the year of publication also 1893. Robert Henry Fernando Rippon in his illustrated monograph "Icones Ornithopterorum" (1898 to 1906) attributes the name "paradisea" to both entomologists i.e. as "Ornithoptera paradisea" Pagenstecher and Staudinger.
Macna leitimorensis is a species of snout moth in the genus "Macna". It was described by Pagenstecher in 1884. It is found on Ambon Island.
Parotis minor is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1884. It is found in Indonesia (Ambon Island).
Midila albipes is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1892. It is found in Brazil (Amazonas).
Eoophyla candidalis is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1886. It is found on the Aru Islands.
Calamotropha argenteociliella is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1893. It is found in Mozambique.
Eoophyla praestabilis is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1886. It is found on the Aru Islands.
Gargela apicalis is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Pagenstecher in 1900. It is found on the Bismarck Archipelago.