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November 2009 Blog Posts (2)

Connect How Tos: Group-starting etiquette

The first post in an ongoing series explaining how to make the most of this online community...

I just received a question from a member asking about when members should start new groups as opposed to joining existing ones. As many people come from an interdisciplinary background, their interests might span a variety of taxonomic areas and thus groups, while no one single group will speak to all of their interests. Of course you should join as many groups as are relevant to… Continue

Added by Matthew Fisher on November 30, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Mosquito barcoding presented at the Third International Barcoding Conference in Mexico

On the opening day of the Third international Barcoding Conference, Mexico, Dr Yvonne Linton, on behalf of the MBI consortium presented barcode data for 1900 specimens, corresponding to some 174 recognised mosquito species. Significantly, some 46 cryptic taxa were additionally recovered using DNA barcodes, indicating that mosquito biodiversity may currently be under-represented by some 26%. Introgression, as evidenced by additional ITS2 sequencing was noted in four species pairs. Total data… Continue

Added by Yvonne Linton on November 12, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

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