The latest science in DNA barcoding
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.
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
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
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
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