A recent paper by Cripes members Jo James, Rhidian Thomas and Prof Jo Cable and collaborators, has shown that the introduction of a relatively new non-native species, the virile crayfish (Orconectes virilis) may be bad news for the established signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) in the River Lea, London. (more…)
Halloween 2015 saw the return of the Wales Ecology and Evolution Network (WEEN) meet at Gregynog Hall, mid-Wales. WEEN’15 united masters, PhD and Post doctoral researchers from Aberystwyth, Bangor, Cardiff and Swansea Universities to (more…)
Recently, Jana Smolová who visited us from the Czech Republic as part of the IASTE scheme completed her placement and returned to Prague. (more…)
What does food have to do with Invasive Species?
AQUAWALES Public Engagement Event 18th September 2015
We recently welcomed Dr. Ghada Gamea from the Faculty of Medicine, Tanta University, Egypt, who gave the CRIPES group an interesting and informative overview of parasites in Egypt, highlighting species of particular importance to both human and animal health. (more…)