Jean-Jacques Kieffer

Never searched



Jean-Jacques Kieffer (1857 Guinkirchen–1925 Bitche) was a French naturalist and entomologist who specialised in the study of parasitic insects. Educated as a priest, Kieffer taught natural science in Bitche, Lorraine while working on the description and classification of insects. His work and publications later became a predominant source of description and classification for entomologists in the early 20th century, in particular with regard to parasitoid wasps, midges and mosquitos. Kieffer received an honorary Doctor honoris causa degree from the University of Strasbourg in 1904.

Read full article


Related people

Doris Arbogast


powered by Google

Youtube channel:
Jean-Jacques Kieffer

Social Networks

Jean-Jacques Kieffer's social profiles:


powered by Google
Volmunster Info: Les brèves du Bitcherland
Yannick Pierre, professeur de musique au Collège Jean-Jacques Kieffer succède à Doris Arbogast comme chef de musique de l'harmonie du Pays de Bitche. C'est un ancien militaire de l'air, professeur au conservatoire de Hagondange et ...
Author: Joseph Antoine Sprunck  (27 Jan 2015)

Web sites


Home  |  Create your profile page  |  People in the news  |  Ranking  |  Voice Search  |  Countries  |  Directory  |  About WebMii  |  Contact

English  Français  Español