Posted by Jacqueline Hoppenreijs | Seminar

On March 30th Jeff Marker, PhD student in our group, will be giving a talk on his work involving stable isotopes in spiders. He investigated the feasibility of using non-lethal samples in laboratory and field-collected spiders finding, in general, spider legs are reliable proxies for stable isotope values in whole bodies. Jeff will discuss some of the implications including more robust conservation efforts and the possibility of endangered species sampling.

The seminar starts at 13.15 and will be streamed live over Zoom. Contact Olle Calles ( to receive the zoom link to this seminar.

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