Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 29, No. 1, 2003, pp. 62–63. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by Biologiya Morya, Nesis. JUBILEES OF THE ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE Patriarch of Russian Malacology (On the 70th Birthday of Ya. I. Starobogatov) How fast time ﬂies! It was only recently that we cel- Starobogatov was born into a remarkable family. ebrated the 60th birthday of Yaroslav Igorevich Star- His father, Igor Ivanovich Starobogatov, had been on obogatov, and now he is already 70 years old. First, I, the staff of “Izvestiya” from before the revolution in the being one of his numerous followers, intended to write unique position of “know-it-all”: his task was to read an appropriate sketch but came across an article by every issue of the newspaper to search for errors, not K.N. Nesis published in the year of the 60th birthday of grammatical or stylistic mistakes, but errors in facts— Starobogatov in the Russian and English languages in in geography and economy, science and literature, in a the “Ruthenica” (Russian Malacological Journal), word, everything. When he left this post, there was 1992, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 160–162. It became clear that I nobody to replace him, and now,
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