Programme from September to December 2019
Location: Monge room – 3rd floor
Date: Fridays at 11am
Friday, September 27th 2019
Roberto Alonso-Bosch (PhD) – Museo de Historia Natural “Felipe Poey” – Facultad de Biología – Universidad de La Habana, Cuba
« Bases for Conservation of the Most Threatened Cuban Toad, Peltophryne florentinoi (Anura: Bufonidae) »
Monday, October 7th 2019
Dr Serge Morand – CNRS – CIRAD Paris, France & Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand
« Landscape Dynamics and the Control of Infectious Diseases: The Question of Integrating Health into Coviability »
Friday, October 11th 2019
Dr Josabel Belliure – Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid, Spain
« Behavioral and evolutionary approaches for animal conservation in Cuba »
Friday, October 18th 2019 at 3pm
Pr Olivier Verneau – UMR 5110 CNRS – UPVD CEFREM – Université de Perpignan, France
« Parasite diversity of the two freshwater turtles Emys orbicularis and Mauremys leprosa across European aquatic ecosystems: Origin and evolution »
Friday, November 22nd 2019
Dr Adam Vanbergen – UMR Agroécologie – INRA Dijon, France
« Pollinator networks: structure, stability and land-use »
Friday, November 29th 2019
Pr Ingo Schlupp – Department of Biology – University of Oklahoma, USA
« Ecology and Evolution of a unisexual fish, the Amazon molly »
« Pollinator networks: structure, stability and land-use » Dr Adam J. Vanbergen, Friday, November 22nd 2019 at 11am, amphi Monge Pollinators and pollination provide benefits to nature, agriculture and human health and well-being. In this seminar, Dr Vanbergen show how...
« Parasite diversity of the two freshwater turtles Emys orbicularis and Mauremys leprosa across European aquatic ecosystems: Origin and evolution » Pr Olivier Verneau, Friday, October 18th 2019 at 3pm, amphi Monge With less than 200 species reported, the...
« Ecology and Evolution of a unisexual fish, the Amazon molly » Pr Ingo Schlupp, Friday, November 29th 2019 at 11am, amphi Monge The Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa, is one of a few species that do not reproduce sexually. Instead they use diploid eggs that are formed...
« Bases for Conservation of the Most Threatened Cuban Toad, Peltophryne florentinoi (Anura: Bufonidae) » Dr Roberto Alonso-Bosch, Friday, September 27th 2019 at 11am, amphi Monge Zapata’s toad, Peltophryne florentinoi, inhabits exclusively the coastal microphyllous...
« Behavioral and evolutionary approaches for animal conservation in Cuba » Josabel Belliure, Friday, October 11th 2019 at 11am, Monge room Conservation of the native fauna of Latin America is complex in global terms due to the great diversity of species, the scarcity...
« Peer Community in: a free public system for peer-reviewing and highlighting preprints » Denis Bourguet, Friday, January 18th 2019 at 2:30pm, Monge room In order to offer an alternative to the current system of publication – which is particularly expensive and not...
« Habituation in non neural organisms, evidence from slime molds » Audrey Dussutour – Tuesday, December 18th 2018 at 4pm, Monge room Learning, defined as a change in behavior evoked by experience, has hitherto been investigated almost exclusively in multicellular...
« From macroecology to on the ground monitoring: understanding population patterns and processes » Chris Carbone (Dr) – Institute of Zoology, London - Friday November 9th 2018 at 11am, Monge room Abundance is one of the most important metrics we use to assess...
« Evolution des formes et des couleurs chez les papillons Morpho » Vincent Debat - Institut de Systématique, Évolution, Biodiversité, UMR 7205, MNHN-CNRS-Sorbonne Université-EPHE - Friday November 23rd 2018 at 11am, amphi Monge (in French) . . Les Morphos sont...