Grisol, Mayeul

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Biographical History

Mayeul Grisol was a French naturalist who traveled and collected botanical, mammal, and insect specimens in Venezuela, mostly in Caracas valley. Grisol may have worked for the Museum of Natural History in Paris, though this fact has been disputed.


  • Saldivia, Gabriel. (2009). El Naturalista Mayeul Grisol. Libros Raros y Manuscritos en Venezuela [la Biblioteca Nacional de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela]. Retrieved from:
  • (1911, April 17). Tells Painless Way of Taking Aigrettes. The New York Times. Retrieved from




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