This time, using the ZOOM platform, we had the opportunity to listen about tropical butterflies. Our lecturer was dr. Freerk Molleman.
“Tropical eco-systems experience little seasonal variation in temperature and often modest variation in rainfall, allowing insects to be active year-round. To determine to what extent insects may still be seasonal in tropical forests, and gain insight into what may drive their population fluctuations, I monitored fruit-feeding butterflies and collected data on their biology.”
The lecture was delivered in English.
When? January 14th, 06:00 p.m.
Where? ZOOM platform
Topic? “Determinants of tropical butterfly community dynamics”
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