Giglioli


Giglioli

Giglioli (spr. dschiljōli), Enrico Hillyer, Zoolog, geb. 13. Juni 1845 in London, wurde in Genua und Pavia erzogen, studierte an der Royal School of Mines, dann in Pavia, wurde 1864 Professor der Naturgeschichte in Casale Monferrato, machte 1865 auf der Magenta eine wissenschaftliche Reise, wurde 1868 am naturgeschichtlichen Museum in Florenz angestellt, 1871 außerordentlicher und 1874 ordentlicher Professor am Instituto di studi superiori daselbst. Er schrieb: »Note intorno alla fauna vertebrata dell' oceano« (Flor. 1870); »I Tasmaniani« (Mail. 1874); »Studii craniologici sui cimpanzè e altre scimmie« (Genua 1872); »Odoardo Beccari e i suoi viaggi« (das. 1874); »Zoologia della Magenta. I cetacei« (Neap. 1874); »Ricerche intorno alla distribuzione geografica dei vertebrati« (Rom 1875); »Viaggio intorno al globo della pirocorvetta Magenta« (Mail. 1875); »Iconografia dell' avifauna italica« (Prato 1878–92); »La scoperta di una fauna abissale nel Mediterraneo« (Rom 1881); »Pelagos. Saggio sulla vita e sui prodotti del mare« (mit Issel, Genua 1884); »Manuale di zoologia. Vertebrati« (Mail. 1886.' 2 Tle.); »Avifauna italica« (Flor. 1886; neue Ausg. mit Nachträgen 1889); »Avifauna italica. Notizie d'indole generale, migrazioni, etc.« (das. 1891); »Avifaune locali; resultati della inchiesta ornitologica nelle singole provincie« (das. 1890).


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