Tag Archives: Spain
The yearly meetings of the International Biogeographical Society (IBS) provide the perfect opportunity to learn the latest about what is happening in this fascinating field (which focusses on the distribution of species on our planet, in past, present and future). … Continue reading
In a previous post, I pointed out the importance of getting low to get the best pictures. I did not realize however that I am indeed crawling through the dust all the time. It was only when my travel companions pointed out my pose on almost … Continue reading
For those suffering from nostalgic feelings for the summer, click here for a happy and sunny photo gallery from my latest trip to Spain. Enjoy!
The Costa Brava is full of snails. When it is hot, they are hiding in their house, safe from the heat and drought. They wait, wait and wait, patiently and motionless, until it finally starts raining. Rain can be crazy … Continue reading
The sad thing about being a plant scientist is that those plants rarely put on an impressive show. Every now and then, I thus have to shift away from the plant- to the animal kingdom to get some more excitement and experience … Continue reading