Newton-Ungku Omar Fund Early Career Researcher meeting, Kota Kinabalu, November 2016 Developing a research agenda to enhance the environmental sustainability of oil palm A 3 day networking event organised by Matt Struebig, Eleanor Slade, Jen Lucey, Agnes Agama, Zoe Davies, Charles Vairappan & Glen Reynolds 2nd-4th November 2016, Kota Kinabalu Researchers from DICE University of [read more]
Traditional insect flight intercept traps don’t catch large dung beetles, such as Sabah’s largest dung beetles, Catharsius dayacus and C. renaudpauliana, but bat harp traps work a treat! Bat PhD students Dave and Tor have been recording numbers of Catharsius in their harp traps every night across the SAFE land use gradient. Check out the [read more]
New batty blog
Have a read of the new blog by our PhD students Dave Hemprich-Bennett and Tor Kemp from QML who are studying bats and the foodwebs associated with them. You can follow them on Twitter @hammerheadbat @tor_85, and look at their amazing bat photos on Flickr.