LIFE EREMITA

SAVE THE DATE: TOWARD THE COMPLEXITY OF NATURE

THE IMPORTANCE OF INSECTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

Some organisms require high ecological complexity and maturity. Their presence becomes both a guarantee and an indication of greater resilience and functionality of ecosystems.

 

This is the case of the insects that the LIFE Eremita project deals with, species associated with forest environments and aquatic environments: the Hermit beetle (Osmoderma eremita), the Alpine longhorn beetle (Rosalia alpina), the Water beetle (Graphoderus bilineatus) and the Southern Damselfly (Coenagrion mercuriale castellanii).

 

The two symposia within the Life Eremita project will be held on Tuesday October 13th and Tuesday December 1st, 2020. We will have the opportunity to attend speeches by numerous experts in the field.

 

For information: 0543 917912 | ladigadiridracoli@atlantide.net

 

Follow us on the Facebook page @Liferemita!

 

 

TUESDAY OCTOBER 13th, 2020 | from 3 to 5.30 PM

 

BOLOGNA | Sala Poggioli Viale della Fiera 8, Terza Torre & online webinar

Orienting forest environments towards ecological maturity through silvicultural interventions.

 

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