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24,000 reasons to study geometrid moths: an overview of diversity, phylogeny and classification

Presented by: Pasi Sihvonen and Leidys Murillo Ramos, Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki, Finland

Abstract: Geometrid moths are the second most species-rich family of Lepidoptera, found globally except Antarctica. We provide an overview of their diversity, including life histories, peculiar adaptations, ecological importance, phylogeny and classification. The presentation is based on our research on the global fauna, including molecular, morphological and life history data, and recent literature.

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Thomas C. Emmel Seminar Series presents: Expanding Horizons in Lepidoptera Research

Continuing from Fall 2020, the McGuire Center is hosting this webinar series as an opportunity for both early career researchers as well as established leaders in the field to present their work. We hope that you will join us to hear about current advances in many diverse fields of Lepidoptera research.