Henry Guard Knaggs ( English Henry Guard Knaggs ; March 21, 1832 , London - January 16, 1908 , Folkestone ) - one of the most famous entomologists of the Victorian era  .
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The researcher who described a number of zoological taxa . The names of these taxa (for indication of authorship) are accompanied by the designation " Knaggs " .
Born in Camden in London  . Had six children (five daughters and a son). After his death in 1908, the son of Henry Velentaine Knags inherited his father’s medical practice. From 1858 to 1863 Knaggs actively participated in the work of the Royal Entomological Society . In 1864 he became one of the co-founders of Entomologist's Monthly Magazine  .
- Knaggs HG A list of Macro-Lepidoptera occurring in the neighborhood of Folkestone. - London, 1870. - 24 p.
- Knaggs HG The Lepidopterist Guide: - London, 1871. - 123 p.
Views described by Knags.
- Dichrorampha flavidorsana Knaggs, 1867
- Eudonia feredayi Knaggs, 1867
- Scoparia basistrigalis Knaggs, 1866
- Scoparia exilis Knaggs, 1867
- Scoparia ejuncida Knaggs, 1867
- Marren, Michael A. Salmon. With additional material by Peter. The Aurelian legacy: British butterflies and their collectors . - Berkeley, California [ua]: Univ. of California Press, 2000. - p. 167–8. - ISBN 978-0520229631 .
- The Entomologist Obituary entry for Henry Guard Knaggs Neopr . The appeal date is May 7, 2014.
- Henry Guard Knaggs (Eng.) // Entomologist's Monthly Magazine: journal. - 1908. - Vol. 44 . - P. 49-51 .