BioAcoustica Talks Podcast

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Natural history talks archived by the BioAcoustica project.

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Natural history talks from the BioAcoustica archives.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-09-18 20:49
last episode published
2016-03-23 00:00
publication frequency
6.98 days
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Number of Episodes
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
23.03.2016

Dick Vane-Wright: Butterflies, Their Diversity and Natural History

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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16.03.2016

Jon Martin& Gilian Watson: Scale Insects and Whiteflies: The Challenge of a Sessile Lifestyle

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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9.03.2016

Frank Krell: Bone-eaters, egg-buriers, pollinators, pests and predators - how scarab beetles rule the world

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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2.03.2016

Chris Lyal: Evolution's Greatest Success: Weevils and Their Friends and Relatives

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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24.02.2016

Ian Kitching: Macrolepidoptera - 90,000 ways to eat a leaf?

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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17.02.2016

Paul Hillyard: Spiders Are Not the Only Arachnids

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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10.02.2016

Ian White& Nigel Wyatt: Acalypterate Diptera with Particular Reference to the True Fruit Flies (Tephritidae)

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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3.02.2016

Chris Lyal: Pure, Lively and Lousy

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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27.01.2016

Gaden Robinson: A Tale of Two Strategies: Contrasts, conflicts and mythology of caterpillar food choices - Salix or socks?

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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20.01.2016

Andrew Ross: Insects in Amber

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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13.01.2016

Judith Marshall: Saltatorial Songsters: Gregarious Grasshoppers, Chirping Crickets, Beeping Bush-crickets and Rhythmic Relatives

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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6.01.2016

Ian Gould: Fungicidal Flatulence and Other Oddities: Tales of an Old Waspologist.

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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30.12.2015

Peter Barnard: Classification and Biology of Caddisflies (Trichoptera).

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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23.12.2015

John Chainey& Nigel Wyatt: Horseflies, Hoverflies, blowflies and their allies

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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16.12.2015

Steve Hopkin: Biology of the Springtails (Collembola), the most abundant insects

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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9.12.2015

Peter Hammond: How to be a Beetle.

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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2.12.2015

Roger Blackman& David Hollis: Aphids, Psyllids [Jumping Plant-Lice], and Their Host-Plants

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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25.11.2015

Jon Martin& Mick Webb: The Hemiptera - It'a True Bug's Life.

Talk from the 'Insect Natural History' series by the Department of Entomology at the Natural History Museum, London.
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18.11.2015

Randall T. Schuh: Getting a Grip on 5000 Taxa and 500,000 Specimens: Lessons from a Planetary Biodiversity Inventory Project

The seventh (2007) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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11.11.2015

Michael Boppré: What can the natural history of pharmacophagous insects tell us about biology?

The sixth (2004) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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4.11.2015

Robin Wootton: Doing the locomotion: insects as flying machines

The fifth (2003) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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28.10.2015

Harold Townson: The beginning of wisdom: from names to genomes in the study of insect vectors of disease.

The fourth (2002) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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20.10.2015

Charles Godfray: Darwin's nightmare: what parasitoid wasps tell us about ecology and evolution.

The third (2001) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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13.10.2015

Daniel H. Janzen: Costa Rican caterpillars and their parasitoids: very host specific

The second (2000) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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7.10.2015

Ward Wheeler: Arthopods, history and homology: morphology and molecules.

The inaugural (1999) Frederick W. Edwards lecture held at the Natural History Museum, London, supported by the Royal Entomological Society.
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