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Alberico Robber Frog sp. Pristimantis albericoi Lynch & Ruiz-Carranza, 1996 Professor Dr Michael Alberico (1937–2005) was an American biologist and zoologist who was Professor at Del Valle University, Colombia. He moved to Colombia (1980) after graduating in biology from the University of Illinois and taking his master’s degree and doctorate in zoology at the University of New Mexico (1979). He was murdered; shot dead after withdrawing money from an ATM. ’ A mammal is also named after him. Alcorn Leaf Frog sp.
He was one of the original members of the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (1964) and wrote Evolution (1984). He was a friend of the author and gave him the salamander holotype (1966). Atkins Atkins’ Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus atkinsi Dunn, 1925 [Alt. Cuban Groin-spot Frog] Edwin Farnsworth Atkins (1850–1926) was the leading sugar plantation owner in Cuba. His company owned enormous estates, acquired before the Spanish-American War. ) was in charge. Atkins provided Harvard with a large endowment (1920), in exchange for which institute and botanical gardens became part of the university.
Aubry Pyxicephalid frog genus Aubria Boulenger, 1917 Gaboon Forest Treefrog Leptopelis aubryi Duméril, 1856 Kala Forest Treefrog *Leptopelis aubryioides Andersson, 1907 Charles Eugène Aubry-Lecomte (1821–1879) was a French civil servant and colonial administrator in New Caledonia and West Africa. An amateur naturalist, he collected wherever he was posted and discovered many new reptiles, also making a collection of fish in Gabon (1850s). He was also amongst the first to describe the hallucinogenic iboga root.