- Research Grants
graduation at Curso de Ciências Licenciatura Plena Em Biologia from Universidade de Caxias do Sul (2006), master's at Biociências (Zoologia) from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (2009) and doctorate at Zoology from Universidade Federal do Paraná (2013). Has experience in Ecology, focusing on Applied Ecology, acting on the following subjects: importância agrícola, morfologia, lepidoptera, noctuidae and adulto. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The subfamily Arctiinae is a highly speciose group of moths in the neotropics, with many species showing complex associations with their host plants, and being part of Müllerian mimicry rings with other insect species. The obtainment of DNA barcoding sequences for hundreds of Tiger Moth species, as part of a biodiversity study performed along an altitudinal gradient in the region of Ser...
The subfamily Arctiinae is a highly speciose group of moths in the neotropics, with many cases of complex host plant associations and Müllerian mimicry rings. During 2010 and 2011 I did a biodiversity study on the Arctiinae alonga mountain slope in the region of Serra do Mar, Paraná State, Brazil. The results motivated this project which the main purposes are to refine the taxonomical i...
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