The latest science in DNA barcoding
Forest dynamics, spatial distribution patterns, and sampling scale are associated with mitochondrial DNA variation in Argentinian butterflies
Scientists rediscover lost specimens of water mite in Norway 120 years after they were first described
Researchers launch new BIOSCAN project that aims to illuminate thousands of new insect species on Germany’s doorstep.
Springtails (Collembola) in the Antarctic indicate that unique soil biodiversity in the region faces biotic homogenization due to increased human activity
Gut content analysis of Peruvian caterpillars reveals new insights into host-plant relationships and the methods used to examine species interactions key to BIOSCAN
Discovering ten new species of Paramyia Williston (Diptera: Milichiidae) in North America using DNA barcoding
Making the process of species identification more efficient by focusing morphological efforts using DNA-based tools
About the iBOL Consortium
The iBOL consortium involves scientists and research organizations in 30+ nations. It is developing and employing the DNA-based identification systems required to deliver a detailed understanding of global biodiversity by working in partnership with academic, government, and private sector organizations.Learn more about the latest iBOL News using the link below:
ARCTIC BIOSCAN: SURVEY OF AN ARCTIC ARTHROPOD COMMUNITY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE MONITORING
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