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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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01.03.2022
The Board of Directors of the Research Institutes, on behalf of all employees of the public law organizations in the field of research and innovation they lead, expresses its full solidarity with the heroic struggle of the Ukrainian people for the right to decide sovereignly their destiny and achieve their European vocation. The cause of the Ukrainian people is right and legitimate, as sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of the state are being threatened. Ukraine is subject to an external military aggression that is not part of the logic of human civilization in the 21st ...
28.02.2022
Methodological guide for monitoring the hydropower impact on transboundary river ecosystems was elaborated in the frame of the international project eMS BSB 165 Creating a system of innovative transboundary monitoring of the Black Sea river ecosystems transformation under impacts of hydropower development and climate change – HydroEcoNex (Joint Operational Program Black Sea Basin 2014-2020, financed by the European Union). Work, published separately in Romanian and English, is a co-production of five organisations-partners within the HydroEcoNex project: Institute of Zoology, International ...
16.02.2022
During the period January 3 to 28, 2022, the Institute of Zoology was visited by Laëtitia Demay, a Doctor of Prehistoric Archeology and scientific researcher of the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France. This is the fourth Laëtitia Demay's scientific visit to the Institute of Zoology. The collaboration between Dr. Laëtitia Demay and our specialists in the domain of paleozoological research – the Senior Scientific Researcher Roman Croitor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, the Scientific Researchers Teodor Obadă and Viorica Pascari – began in 2016, when the first visit of our French ...