G. T. Rudd

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G.T. Rudd (? - ? ) was an English entomologist mainly interested in Coleoptera.

Rudd was a cleric who lived in Wiltshire. His captures of beetles are mentioned by James Francis Stephens, John Curtis and Alexander Henry Haliday and he collected insects with George Samouelle. Rudd published six notes on insects in the Entomologist’s Magazine and other journals between 1834 and 1846 some of which dealt with beetles. The last described Haltica dispar as a new species. (Zoologist, 4, 1846, p. 1517). In 1833, he was a founder of what became the Royal Entomological Society of London.

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