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  1. De l'homme et des insectes : Jean-Henri Fabre, 1823-1915
  2. Insect Life: Souvenirs Of A Naturalist, J.-h. Fabre .. by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, Merrifield F, 2010-10-05
  3. The Life Of The Grasshopper by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, 2010-09-29
  4. The Life Of The Grasshopper by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, 2010-10-13
  5. Field, Forest And Farm; Things Interesting To Young Nature-lovers, Including Some Matters Of Moment To Gardeners And Fruit-growers by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, 2010-10-14
  6. The Life Of The Caterpillar by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, 2010-09-29
  7. The Life And Love Of The Insect by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, 2010-09-29
  8. The Life Of The Weevil by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, 2010-10-13
  9. The Life Of The Spider by Fabre Jean-Henri 1823-1915, Maeterlinck Maurice 1862-1949, 2010-09-29
  10. The life of the weevil. by J. Henri Fabre; tr. by Alexander Teix by Fabre. Jean-Henri. 1823-1915., 1922-01-01
  11. The life of the spider by J. Henri Fabre ; trans. by Alexander T by Fabre. Jean-Henri. 1823-1915., 1912-01-01
  12. De L'Homme Et Des Insectes : Jean-Henri Fabre, 1823-1915 by Collectif, 2003
  13. Fabre's book of insects, retold from Alexander Teixeira de Mattos' translation of Fabre's "Souvenirs entomologiques," by Jean-Henri, 1823-1915 Fabre, 2009-10-26
  14. Animal life in field and garden by Fabre. Jean-Henri. 1823-1915, 1921-01-01

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2. JEAN-HENRI FABRE
Scarab Researchers of the World (Coleoptera Scarabaeidae) JeanHenri Fabre is well known for his popularization of insect natural history, especially
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Jean-Henri Fabre 1823-1915 Jean-Henri Fabre.
Jean-Henri Fabre is well known for his popularization of insect natural history, especially in the ten volumes of Souvenirs Entomoligiques . Although a reclusive amateur, with no scientific training, he was an acute observer of insect behavior. He combined his observations (most made in his own backyard) with a humanistic writing style that made his books popular, at least later in his life; during most of his life, the successive volumes of Souvenirs Entomologiques attracted only mild attention. Fabre was 84 when the last volume appeared, and soon afterward he was "discovered." He was elected to numerous scientific societies, provided a government pension, and even the President of France came to visit him.
In volumes 5 and 6 of the Souvenirs , Fabre detailed the behavior and life history of local species of Copris Scarabaeus (Scarabaeinae), and

3. Fabre Jean-Henri : Les Merveilles De L'instinct Chez Les Insectes - Livre Ancien
Also known as J.H. Fabre, J. H. Fabre, Henri Fabre, Jean H. Fabre, Fabre J. Henry, Fabre J.Henri . (see complete list), J. Henri Fabre, Henri J. Fabre, Jean Henri Casimir Fabre
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4. Fabre, Jean Henri Definition Of Fabre, Jean Henri In The Free Online Encyclopedi
Fabre, Jean Henri (zh N Nrē` f `brə), 1823–1915, French entomologist and author. He is known for his observations on insects and his study of their behavior.
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5. Fabre (Jean Henri)
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6. Fabre, Jean Henri - Definition Of Fabre, Jean Henri By The Free Online Dictionar
Fabre (French) fabrə n (Biographies / Fabre, Jean Henri (18231915) M, French, SCIENCE entomologist) Jean Henri (ʒɑ̃ ɑ̃ri). 1823-1915, French entomologist; author of many works on
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Fabre, JeanHenri (1823-1915). French entomologist. Taught in lycees in Carpentras, Corsica, and Avignon; devoted himself to direct observational studyof habits of insects, esp
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Scientists of the Christian Faith Alphabetical Index (F) Frans Faase / Franciscus Johannes Faase (Born 1961). Dutch computer scientist. Wrote Currently works at BiZZdesign , which is located in the KCT building at the Campus of the University of Twente, Netherlands. Home page: http://home.planet.nl/~faase009/Frans.html "I write, therefore I am," http://home.planet.nl/~faase009/Fhome.html Personal testimony: http://home.planet.nl/~faase009/GVFF.html Geneology: http://home.planet.nl/~faase009/Gen.html?19 Fabiola *** Not in Gale (Died ca. 399). Roman patrician class. Founded the first hospital in the west, where she personally attended the sick. Built a hospice in Porto for the area poor and sick pilgrims http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05743a.htm Biography in Doctors Who Followed Christ: Thirty-Two Biographies of Eminent Physicians and Their Christian Faith , by Dan Graves. Kregel Resources, Grand Rapids, MI, 1999. ISBN 0-8254-2734-7. Fabre, Jean-Henri (1823-1915). French entomologist. Taught in lycees in Carpentras, Corsica, and Avignon; devoted himself to direct observational studyof habits of insects, esp. Hymenoptera, Coleoptera, and Orthoptera, and spiders; work cited by Darwin; isolated alizarin, coloring agent in madder (1866). Author of Souvenirs entomologiques Project Gutenberg Titles by J. Henri Fabre:

8. Jean Henri Fabre — Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia Fabre, Jean Henri. Fabre, Jean Henri (zh N Nrē' f 'br u) , 1823 – 1915, French entomologist and author. He is known for his observations on insects and his study of
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10. Fabre, Jean Henri - Astro-Databank, Jean Henri Fabre Horoscope, Born 21 December
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Jean Henri Fabre born on 21 December 1823 Saint Lucien, France
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French scientist, an entomologist who studied and wrote about the life history of living insects with such lucidity that he was called "the Virgil of the insect." His scientific studies extended into other areas of research and reporting. Died 10/11/1915, Serignan, France. Link to Wikipedia biography
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  • Death, Cause unspecified 11 October 1915 at 12:00 noon in Serignan, France (Age 91)
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  • Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction (Entomology, other scientific studies) Vocation : Education : Researcher (Entomology, other research)
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13. Biography Of Jean-Henri Casimir Fabre | Jean-Henri Fabre
Jean Fabre JeanHenry Fabre Jean-Henri Casimir Faber is a famous French scientist who devoted his whole life to entomology – the study of the insects. Born in 1823 in Saint
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Souvenirs Entomologiques tudes Sur L'Instinct Et Les M? Urs Des Insectes, Softcover (2009) by Fabre JeanHenri
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15. Fabre, Jean Henri Casimir Definition Of Fabre, Jean Henri Casimir In The Free On
Fabre, Jean Henri . Born Dec. 22, 1823, in SaintL ons, Aveyron; died Oct. 11, 1915, in S rignan, Vaucluse. French entomologist and writer. Fabre, a teacher and author of a number
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17. Jean Henri Fabre - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
JeanHenri Casimir Fabre (December 22, 1823 - October 11, 1915) was a French entomologist and author.
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Jean Henri Fabre Born December 22, 1823
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Nationality French Fields entomology Fabre circa 1913 Jean Henri Fabre by Nadar Jean-Henri Casimir Fabre (December 22, 1823 - October 11, 1915) was a French entomologist and author.
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Fabre was born in Saint-Léons in Aveyron France . Fabre was largely an autodidact , owing to the poverty of his family. Nevertheless, he acquired a primary teaching certificate at the young age of 19 and began teaching in Carpentras whilst pursuing further studies. In 1849 he was appointed to a teaching post in Ajaccio (Corsica), then in 1849 moved on to the lycée in Avignon. Fabre went on to accomplish many scholarly achievements. He was a popular teacher, physicist chemist and botanist . However, he is probably best known for his findings in the field of entomology, the study of insects, and is considered by many to be the father of modern entomology. Much of his enduring popularity is due to his marvelous teaching ability and his manner of writing about the lives of insects in biographical form, which he preferred to a clinically detached, journalistic mode of recording. In doing so he combined what he called "my passion for scientific truth" with keen observations and an engaging, colloquial style of writing. Fabre noted: Others again have reproached me with my style, which has not the solemnity, nay, better, the dryness of the schools. They fear lest a page that is read without fatigue should not always be the expression of the truth. Were I to take their word for it, we are profound only on condition of being obscure.

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19. Fabre, Jean Henri
Fabre, Jean Henri (b. Dec. 22, 1823, SaintL ons, Fr.d. Oct. 11, 1915, S rignan-du-Comtat), French entomologist famous for his study of the anatomy and behaviour of insects.
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Fabre, Jean Henri
French entomologist famous for his study of the anatomy and behaviour of insects. Largely self-taught, Fabre was appointed a teacher at the of Carpentras, Fr. (1842), was made physics teacher at the of Ajaccio, Corsica (1843-51), and was given a teaching position at the of Avignon (1853). Fabre did important research on the insect orders Hymenoptera ( e.g. , bees and wasps), Coleoptera ( e.g. , beetles), and Orthoptera ( e.g. , grasshoppers, crickets). Based on his observations of the paralyzing actions of wasps in response to stimulating zones in their prey, he described the importance of inherited instinct as a behaviour pattern in insects. In 1866 he isolated from the madder plant a colouring substance, later identified as alizarin, which became useful as a biological stain. He wrote many books to popularize science. Although Fabre never accepted the theory of evolution, his work was respected by Darwin. Related Propaedia Topics: Insects

20. Jean-Henri FABRE : E-museum In English
The life and the work of the Homer of insects (Souvenirs entomologiques).
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