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    Platalea leucorodia (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Monacha cartusiana (O.F.Müller, 1774). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Pelophylax esculenta Linnaeus, 1758. Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Neomys anomalus (Cabrera, 1907). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Calopteryx splendens (Harris, 1780). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Aythya nyroca (Guldenstadt, 1770). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Emys orbicularis (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Anisoplia austriaca (Herbst, 1783). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Glareola pratincola (Linnaeus, 1766). Photo Viorica Paladi

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    Natrix natrix (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Viorica Paladi

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22.09.2022
Between September 15-17, the International Scientific Conference "Museum and scientific research", XXIXth edition, was held, being organized by the Natural Sciences section of the Oltenia Museum, Craiova, Romania. The researchers of the Institute of Zoology presented 5 works in the form of oral and poster communications. The opening of the conference took place in the Administrative Palace of the Dolj County Council, where Ph.D. Victoria Nistreanu, associate professor, and Ph.D. Svetlana Bacal, associate professor, made plenary presentations. The conference continued in sections at the Natural ...
19.09.2022
Lots complaints of Chisinau inhabitants regarding the appearance of small stinging insects were registered in the last few days. These turned out to be two species of invasive bugs - the platanus lace bug (Corythucha ciliata) and the oak lace bug (Corythucha arcuata). Both species are very similar to each other – they have a few millimetres in size, white colour with black-grey spots. C. ciliata finds shelter on the Platanus sp. tree, but C. arcuata has been initially feeding on oak, but then spread to other species of trees and shrubs. These insects are native to North America and appeared in ...
19.08.2022
Today, 19 August 2022, the implementation period of the project 2SOFT/1.2/47 Team up for healthy fish in aquaculture systems of the Prut river basin – TeamUp HealthyFish, funded by the European Union within the Joint Operational Program Romania-Republic of Moldova 2014-2020, has ended. The project has been carried out by the Institute of Zoology in partnership with the Ion Ionescu de la Brad University of Life Sciences from Iași during 21 months, starting in November 2020, and has had a total budget of around 198 thousand euro. The project aimed to improve the health status of cultured fish ...