Starting fieldwork in Teno Bajo

  Starting fieldwork in Teno Bajo: “ We (Alfredo, Néstor and myself) are this week with field work in Teno Bajo (Teneriffe), finishing georreferencing and sampling of orijama (Neochamaelea pulverulenta) plants in the study plots. The work is going fine in this spectacular site. We study seed dispersal by the Gallotia endemic lizards to analyze the consequences of this specialized dispersal system on the genetic structure of the plant.” (Via Weblog de Pedro.)

Author: Pedro Jordano

Fazendo ciéncia e soltando pipa... I'm an evolutionary ecologist, working on how ecological interactions, e.g. mutualisms, shape complex ecological systems. Sevilla, España · ebd10.ebd.csic.es

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