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0SCULATI, Gaetano, Italian naturalist, born in Vedano, Lombardy, 2.9 November, 1808. At an early age he devoted himself to the study of the natural sciences, and in 1830-'1 he visited Greece, Egypt, Asia Minor, and other provinces of the Turkish empire, he embarked for South America in 1834, traversed the greater part of that continent, and in 1836 returned to Europe by the way of Calve Horn. In 1841 he visited Arabia, Armenia, Persia, and the coast of Malabar, and in 1846 he visited this country. After passing hurriedly through Canada, the United States, the Antilles, and Venezuela, he went to Quite, and thence started on an expedition to the Nape, a tributary of the Amazon. After several days' march he was abandoned by his Indian guides, but he succeeded in reaching the Nape alone, after a journey across a wide expanse of unsettled country and through trackless forests He suffered for food, and during two weeks subsisted on palm-leaves and a single kind of fruit In 1848 he returned to Europe with a rich collection. He published "Ezplorazione delle regioni equatoriali lunge il Nape" (Milan, 1854).
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