Gottlieb Conrad Christian Storr (June 16, 1749 in
Stuttgart – February 27, 1821 in
Tübingen) was a
In 1768 he obtained his doctorate from the
University of Tübingen, where from 1774 to 1801, he served as a professor of chemistry,
botany and natural history.
 He is the
taxonomic authority of the genus
Mellivora, whose only species is the
honey badger (Mellivora capensis).
In 1781 he performed extensive scientific investigations in the
Swiss Alps, publishing "Alpenreise von jahre 1781" (1784–86, 2 volumes) as a result.
 Other noted written efforts by Storr include: