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Alfred Malherbe (1804 – 1866) was a French magistrate and amateur naturalist. He was the administrator of the Museum of Metz.

Malherbe was the author of Monographie des picidées (1859-62, 4 vols.). He identified Levaillant's Woodpecker, which was named for another French scientist, François Le Vaillant.


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