PIERRE HUBER (1777-1840) followed in his father's footsteps. His best-known work is Recherches sur les mceurs des fourmis indigenes (Geneva and Paris, 1810; new ed., Geneva, 1861), and he also wrote various papers on entomological subjects.
See the account of Francois Huber, by De Candolle, in Bibl. universelle (1832); and the notice of Pierre in Bibl. univ. (1886); also Haag, La France protestante.
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