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      • Carl Gustaf Thomson Carl Gustaf Thomson (October 13, 1824 in Malmöhus – September 20, 1899 in Lund) was a Swedish entomologist. Thomson became a student in the University of Lund in 1843, graduated in 1850 and became associate professor of zoology there in 1857.
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    Carl Gustaf Thomson (October 13, 1824 in Malmöhus – September 20, 1899 in Lund) was a Swedish entomologist . Thomson became a student in the University of Lund in 1843, graduated in 1850 and became associate professor of zoology there in 1857. In 1862 he became the curator of the entomological department of the Zoological Museum and in 1864 became a lecturer in entomology as well.

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    Carl Gustaf Thomson (October 13, 1824, Malmöhus –September 20, 1899, Lund) was a Swedish entomologist. Thomson became a student in the University of Lund in 1843, graduated in 1850 and became associate professor of zoology there in 1857. In 1862 he became the curator of the entomological department of the Zoological Museum and in 1864 became a lecturer in entomology as well.An 1872 scholarship enabled him to travel to the continent for scientific study.

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    Carl Gustaf Thomson, (1824–1899), Swedish entomologist.

  4. Carl Gustav Thomson (Thomsohn) (1792 - 1861) - Genealogy

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    Son of Peter Thomson and Trino Husband of Catharina Elisabeth Thomson Father of Natalie Elisabeth Baumann; Amalie Wilhelmine Thomson; Carl Gustav Thomson; Gottfried Reinhold Peter Thomson and Caecilie Juliane Eleonore Thomson Brother of Johann Friedrich Thomson; Johann Gottfried Thomson; Christoph Nicolaus Thomson; Carolina Thomson; David Eduard Thomson and 2 others;

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    Carl Gustaf Thomson (October 13, 1824 – September 20, 1899) was a Swedish entomologist. Thomson studied at Lund . He was the author of "Coleoptera Scandinaviae" (1859-68), "Skandinaviens inseckta" (1862) and "Skandinaviens Hymenoptera" (1871-78).

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    Carl Gustaf Thomson porträtt lund sweden.jpg 1,424 × 1,440; 439 KB Grave of swedish entomologist Carl Gustaf Thomson lund sweden.jpg 1,907 × 1,944; 1.29 MB Thomson, Carl Gustaf (ur jubileumscollage 1868).jpg 208 × 267; 75 KB

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    • 13 October 1824, Malmö
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    • 20 September 1899, Lund
  7. Carl Gustav - Wikipedia

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    Carl Gustaf Thomson (1824–1899), Swedish entomologist Carl Gustaf von Mannerheim (1797–1854), Finnish entomologist Carl Gustav Witt (1866–1946), German astronomer

  8. Carl Gustaf Thomson – Wikipedia

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    Carl Gustaf Thomson, född den 13 oktober 1824 i Mellan-Grevie socken i Malmöhus län, död den 20 september 1899 i Lund, var en svensk entomolog. Biografi. Thomson blev student i Lund 1843, filosofie magister 1850 och docent i zoologi där 1857.

  9. Carl Thompson - Wikipedia

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    Karl R. Thompson (born c. 1970 ), American constitutional lawyer. Carl Gustaf Thomson (1824–1899), Swedish entomologist. This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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    The Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle (Swedish pronunciation: [kɑːɭ ˈɡɵ̂sːtav]) is an 84-mm man-portable reusable anti-tank weapon produced by Saab Bofors Dynamics (formerly Bofors Anti-Armour AB) in Sweden.

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