Brisbane Charles Somerville Warren

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Brisbane Charles Somerville Warren FRES (1887, Fermoy–1979) was an Irish entomologist who specialised in Palaearctic Lepidoptera.

Warren lived in Ireland, England, Germany and Switzerland. After 1934 he settled permanently in Folkestone, Kent, England. Between 1902 and 1960 he amassed an extensive collection of Palaearctic Lepidoptera now in the Natural History Museum, London BMNH. He published 112 scientific papers, but he is best known for his Monograph on the genus Erebia (1936). He was a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society of London and a member of Societas Europaea Lepidopterologica.

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  • Warren, B.C.S. 1936. Monograph of the genus Erebia. British Museum (Natural History), London; 407 pp., 104 pls.

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  • Warren, B.C.S. 1947. Some principles of Classification in Lepidoptera, with special references to the butterflies. The Entomologist 80: 208–217, 235–241, 262–268, 280–282.

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  • Warren, B.C.S. 1958. On the recognition of the species. Proc. 10th Int. Congr. Ent. 1: 111–124.
  • Warren, B.C.S. 1958. Notes on a recent paper on Erebia tyndarus and allied species by Dr. Z. Lorkovic. The Entomologist 91: 131–144.

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