Dybovskaya Benedict( zoologist)
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Biography Dybovskaya Benedict
(born in 1835) was a professor of zoology and paleontology in Warsaw in 1864. sentenced to 15 years prison and exiled to Siberia, Lake Baikal explored there, the Amur River and enriched zoology, a number of new discoveries. In 1877, Mr.. He returned home, but soon, wanting to explore Kamchatka, took the place of the district physician in Petropavlovsk. Later he was a professor in Lvov. His numerous articles on zoology printed in Russian, Polish and German magazines. In recent years Dybovskaya entirely devoted himself to studying the fauna and systematics of mollusks of the Baikal Lake, continuing the launched his late brother Vladislav research in the area. Started printing extensive labor Dybovskogo: "Beitrage zur Kenntnis der Baikalmollusken" ( "Ezheg. Zool. Mus. ", 1913).