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Pierre François Keraudren (1769 – 1858) was a scientist and physician in the French Navy.

His name has been honoured in several ways:

Cape Keraudren in the north-west of Australia was charted in 1801. Keraudren served as the ship's official physician during this expedition. Keraudren Island is located west of Australia at the coordinates 14° 56' 33" S and 124° 41' 2" E. The Trumpet Manucode, a bird of paradise found in New Guinea, was given the scientific name Manucodia keraudrenii by René-Primevère Lesson and Prosper Garnot in 1826. He also appears to be the person after whom the gastropods Oxygyrus keraudrenii (Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, 1817) and Pterotrachea keraudrenii (Fortune Eydoux and Louis François Auguste Souleyet, 1832) were named.

Pierre François Keraudren (1769-1858)[kemmañ ar vammenn]

Pierre François Keraudren (1769 – 1858) was a scientist and physician in the French Navy.

His name has been honoured in several ways:

Cape Keraudren in the north-west of Australia was charted in 1801. Keraudren served as the ship's official physician during this expedition. Keraudren Island is located west of Australia at the coordinates 14° 56' 33" S and 124° 41' 2" E. The Trumpet Manucode, a bird of paradise found in New Guinea, was given the scientific name Manucodia keraudrenii by René-Primevère Lesson and Prosper Garnot in 1826. He also appears to be the person after whom the gastropods Oxygyrus keraudrenii (Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, 1817) and Pterotrachea keraudrenii (Fortune Eydoux and Louis François Auguste Souleyet, 1832) were named.