Establishing the impact of the Anopheles gambiae complex on fruit sets and their role in a natural pollinator community.
Using interaction networks to explore the community structure and network ecology of biting insects and their hosts
Researchers in Ghana along with Target Malaria, the University of Oxford and the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics work to uncover the role of the Anopheles gambiae mosquito.
The potential consequences of reducing Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes to control Malaria
The fly specimen that awaited a growing barcode community to be dusted off the shelves and given a name
The online barcode library facilitates the description of new Diptera genus with circumpolar Holarctic distribution
The Austrian Barcode of Life (ABOL) initiative uses DNA barcoding to safeguard and make publicly accessible rare knowledge on biodiversity generated in the course of local BioBlitz events
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