# Bibliography entry wrong [duplicate]

I have a bibliography entry which shows up in my .bib file as

    @article{Weber1885,
author = {Weber, H F},
journal = {Sitzungsberichte der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin},
pages = {809--815},
title = {{Das W\"{a}rmeleitungsverm\"{o}gen der tropfbaren Fl\"{u}ssigkeiten}},
year = {1885}
}


However when I compile this the entry shows the authors name as ----- instead of H F Weber (as shown in the picture). I have no idea what to do, however, it does seem to be linked to another article in my .bib file which is:

  @article{Weber1880,
author = {Weber, H F},
journal = {Annalen der Physik und Chemie},
number = {5},
title = {{Untersuchungen \"{u}ber die W\"{a}rmeleitung in Fl\"{u}ssigkeiten}},
volume = {10},
year = {1880}
}


In the .bbl file the same reference shows up as:

 \bibitem{Weber1885a}
------, {Das W\"{a}rmeleitungsverm\"{o}gen der tropfbaren Fl\"{u}ssigkeiten},'' \emph{Sitzungsberichte der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin}, vol.~1, pp. 809--815, 1885.


Hence why I see the result I see in the bibliography... Has anyone come across this or have a solution?

Cheers

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• do you use a verbose-bibstyle? then maybe set dashed=false in your config: \usepackage[style=verbose,dashed=false]. If not, please provide a fully compilable MWE. – musicman Jun 11 '14 at 19:08
• if you're not using the biblatex package you shouldn't tag your question with biblatex... – musicman Jun 12 '14 at 12:16