Genetic consequences of range expansions along several fronts in Crocothemis erythraea

Global warming has altered the ranges of many species, especially those of insects and other ectotherms that are particularly susceptible to rising temperatures. Four decades ago, the dragonfly Crocothemis erythraea began to demonstrate northern range expansion in Germany, as well as in Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland and the UK. The rapid range expansion of C….

Cyprus Programme

Programme at-a-glance Below you will find a the ICO2023 programme. This is the most up-to-date version and will be kept updated as the programme develops. A printed version of the programme and abstracts will be available on site for registered delegates. ICO2023 programme overview Congress programme There are five main themes of the ICO2023 (see (more…)

Mid Congress trip

Wicken Fen – Ely – Woodwalton Fen   Cambridge lies in the Fenlands  – a vast area of flat land in eastern England. In their natural condition these lands were subjected to frequent flooding and had a range of specialised plant communities. The Fens were also a paradise for dragonflies. They were also a magnet (more…)