The first paper from the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest work is out today, showing that there are many high-elevation specialist beetles that may be vulnerable to climate change.
Peter gave an invited talk, on using phylogenies to study insect macroevolution, at the 8th Dresden meeting last week. You can find his talk here.
Katie Davis went to the Evolution 2017 conference at Portland Oregon, presenting both a talk (on her previous crustacean diversity work) and a poster (on her current Orthoptera work). You can see her poster here.
You can see the article here.
The work by Sam Jones on stream invertebrates in the North York Moors is published today in Inland Waters.
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Steph Menken, long serving editor of Entomologia Experimentalist et Applicata, retired recently, and a virtual issue of the journal was produced to celebrate his service. Each of the papers is made freely available. One of Peter’s papers (on adaptive ovicide) was chosen for this. You can access the virtual issue and the paper here. It’s one of those small-but-nice things that sometimes happens when you get older.
Today I presented the work of Sam Jones and myself on stream invertebrates in forest and moorland catchments in the North York Moors, shortly to be published in Inland Waters. You can find the slides here.