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Scholarship Student
The Charles Darwin Foundation , Inc.

Entomologists
The Charles Darwin Foundation , Inc.

Entomologists
CDF

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e-Newsletter of the Charles Darwin Research Station: December 2006

www.darwinfoundation.org, 1 Dec 2006 [cached]

This year CDF entomologists Lazaro Roque and Ana Maria Ortega have evaluated endemic moths (taxonomic Order Lepidoptera) previously not included in the listing The effects of the introduced cottony cushion scale insect (Icerya purchasi) on the endemic plant Darwiniothamnus tenuifolius has affected the numbers of three Lepidoptera species, including Platyptilia vilema which has been registered as Endangered on the IUCN list Last year, collaborating scientist Christine Parent recommended that many endemic snails (Bulimulus species) be increased to Critically Endangered and receive immediate conservation attention


e-Newsletter of the Charles Darwin Research Station: November 2005

www.darwinfoundation.org, 1 Nov 2006 [cached]

Ana Maria Ortega identifies collected samples

Ana Maria Ortega identifies collected samples
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CDF scholarship student, Ana Maria Ortega analyzed the monitoring results as her thesis project. "I collected the work of the many people who have worked in invertebrate research in Alcedo over many years" says Ortega. "This was a fascinating project that has so many positive outcomes - for conservation in general, new data are now available to other scientists and, for my own academic development."
Ortega prepared 25,624 specimens from among the 670 species that had been collected.


Charles Darwin Research Station news bulletin

www.gct.org, 5 Feb 2007 [cached]

This year CDF entomologists Lazaro Roque and Ana Maria Ortega have evaluated endemic moths (taxonomic Order Lepidoptera) previously not included in the listing.


Charles Darwin Research Station news bulletin

www.gct.org, 17 Feb 2006 [cached]

CDF scholarship student, Ana Maria Ortega, analysed the monitoring results as her thesis project.

"I collected the work of the many people who have worked in invertebrate research in Alcedo over many years," says Ortega. "This was a fascinating project that has so many positive outcomes - for conservation in general, new data are now available to other scientists and, for my own academic development."
Ortega prepared 25,624 specimens from among the 670 species that had been collected.

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