Josef H. Reichholf, born in 1945, is an evolutionary biologist. He was formerly the head of the vertebrate department of the Zoological State Collection in Munich and Professor of Ecology and Nature Conservation at the Technical University of Munich. He is the recipient of the Treviranus Medal, the highest honour for German biologists, and the Grüter Prize for scientific education. In 2007 the German Academy of Language and Literature also awarded him the Sigmund Freud Prize for scientific prose. Josef H. Reichholf is one of the best-known German biologists and lives in Neuötting.
Josef H. Reichholf: "Schmetterlinge. Warum sie verschwinden und was das für uns bedeutet". Der Autor stellt sein Buch gemeinsam mit Jo Lendle, dem Verleger des Carl Hanser Verlags, vor. |
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