‘Hiding in plain sight’ – new species discovery raises questions over scale of overlooked biodiversity
Scientists from the University of Plymouth and the Institute of Evolutionary Biology in Barcelona have used cutting edge DNA technology to demonstrate that one of Europe’s top freshwater predators is actually two species rather than one
An Inordinate Fondness for (Water) Beetles
What's on at Plymouth University: An Inordinate Fondness for (Water) Beetles. Inaugural professorial lecture. Plymouth University, 1 December 2016.
Sexual arms race drives range expansion in beetle species
Plymouth University news: Sexual conflict and relative mating success seems to be driving a dramatic shift in the distribution of diving beetles in the UK, a new study led by Plymouth University shows
Metabolic flexibility and immune defences may influence species spread, study suggests
Plymouth University news: Why most species are rare has long interested biologists and new research led by Plymouth University suggests metabolic flexibility and the immune response may both influence how rare or common a species is
Royal Entomological Society South West Region Annual Meeting
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Royal Entomological Society South West Region Annual Meeting. Autecology and conservation. University of Plymouth, 24 November 2017.