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Argentina lab network growing

Second facility opens in Mar del Plata Argentina’s network of iBOL reference laboratories is taking shape with the opening of a new facility in the Marine Sciences Department at the National University of Mar del Plata. The lab will focus on aquatic biodiversity – mainly sampling marine fish and invertebrates but also some freshwater species. […]

Plant DNA speaks English, identifies new species

  – Plant DNA speaks English, identifies new species – Publication in PhytoKeys


Regional Node SSC Representative Pablo Luis Tubaro Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales SSC Alternate Juan Diaz de Astarloa Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata Goals Expand partnerships, establish funding base and develop infrastructure on a regional basis. – Increase the DNA barcode reference library for Argentina and neighbouring countries, with special emphasis on species with […]

Pablo Tubaro

Argentina Representative Vice Director, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, Buenos Aires, Argentina Web: Resumé Email:

Juan Diaz de Astarloa

Argentina alternate Associate ProfessorDepartmento de Ciencias MarinasUniversidad Nacional de Mar del PlataArgentina Web: Profile on FISHBOL Email:


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