Karl Heineken

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Karl Heineken (died 4 January 1830), German medical doctor, ornithologist and entomologist. Also known as Carl Heineken, Carlos Heineken and Charles Heineken.

Arachnological work posthumously published by Richard Thomas Lowe in 1832.

Authored taxa[edit]

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Publications[edit]

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  • Heineken, C. 1829. Notice of some of the Birds of Madeira. Edinburgh Journal of Science New Series 1: 229–233. BHL
  • Heineken, C. 1835 [1832]. Descriptions of a new genus of Hemiptera, and of a species of Hegeter. The Zoological Journal 5: 35–41. BHL
  • Heineken, C. 1835 [1832]. Entomological Notices. The Zoological Journal 5: 191–200. BHL

References[edit]

  • Lowe, R.T. 1832. Descriptions of two species of Araneidae, natives of Madeira. The Zoological Journal 5: 320–323. BHL
  • Wilhelm, E.A. 2009. Trabalhos de zoólogos germânicos sobre a Madeira (1916-2000). Bocagiana 223: 1–68. PDF [see p. 62]