A new project empowers local citizens to catalog biodiversity to understand and protect nature in Silicon Valley.
DNA barcoding allowed scientists to challenge the importance of the 30-year old Mating Rendezvous Hypothesis in the specialization of flower parasites on host plants.
Researcher Danielle Nowosad explains how Indigenous knowledge-sharing apps and barcode data could transform Arctic research
Assessing the community role and trophic interactions of Anopheles gambiae larvae in the Volta Region of Ghana.
Studying ecological relationships and community perceptions of Anopheles gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae) and their predators
A video abstract for the Kruger Malaise Program publication
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