Clockwise from top left: 1) Students relaxing along banks of La Seda creek after a hard morning of field work in a Panamanian rainforest, 2) Workers of the ant Paratrachmyrmex cornetzi tending their fungal cultivar, 3) Outreach about our ant research at Culture Night in Denmark, 4) Student Winnie Rytter defending her Masters thesis on ant physiological ecology
May 2020 New paper in Trends in Ecology and Evolution, "Nutritional dimensions of invasive success"
The study is a collaboration with Audrey Dussutour from Paul Sabatier U. in Toulouse
April 2020: My Invasion Biology course begins as an online only experience at U. Copenhagen.
March 2020 Caio Leal Dutra joins the lab as a new postdoc funded by an ERC StG . Welcome!
Caio will study the genomic signatures of crop domestication in fungus-farming ants
Section for Ecology and Evolution
Department of Biology,
University of Copenhagen,
Universitetsparken 15, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Apartado 0843-03092, Balboa
Ancon, Republic of Panama