It’s been a couple of years since I posted my previous “virtual conferences” on Pollinators, Pollination and Flowers and Ecology and Climate Change, a lapse that has largely been due to lack of time (my default excuse for most things these days….). However Judith Trunschke at Uppsala University in Sweden has risen to the challenge of guest-curating her own virtual conference*. The theme here is how pollinators impose (or sometimes don’t impose) natural selection on flowers that results in the formation of new plant species:
My grateful thanks to Judith for curating this great set of talks; if anyone else would like to do the same, please get in touch.
Feel free to discuss the talks in the comments section and to post links to other talks on the same topic.
*I’m assuming that, as all of these videos are in the public domain, none of the presenters or copyright owners objects to them being presented here. If you do, please get in touch and I’ll remove it.