Alexander, Charles P. (Charles Paul), 1889-1981.Alternative names
Born 1889 in New York. He obtained his degrees from Cornell University, earning a B.S degree in 1913 and a Ph. D in 1918. As professor of entomology at Amherst, he studied Diptera, especially in the family Tipulidae. He described over 11,000 species and genera of flies. Died on April 17, 1981.
From the description of Charles Paul Alexander papers. (California Academy of Sciences). WorldCat record id: 166273967
- Crane flies
- California (as recorded)
- Japan (as recorded)
- Philippines (as recorded)
- Asia (as recorded)