Japoshvili & Haris are describing Monoctenus lechkhumensis sp.n. from Georgia, Dogurashi. DOI:10.24394/NatSom.2022.38.23
Shota Japarashvili recently published a checklist of 26 species of carrion beetles (Silphidae, Coleoptera) for Sakartvelo in the journal Annals of Agrarian Science (vol. 19, 211-215). These species are represented by nine genera (Ablattaria Reitter, Aclypea Reitter, Dendroxena Motschulsky, Necrodes Leach, Nicrophorus Fabricius, Oiceoptoma Leach, Phosphuga Leach, Silpha Linnaeus, Thanatophilus Leach) and two subfamilies Nicrophorinae […]
Dear colleagues, We are pleased to inform you that the International Conference on DNA Barcoding and Biodiversity (ICDBB) will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 25th to 27th of May 2022. The event is organized by the Institute of Plant Physiology and Genetics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, as part of the BULCode project (https://www.plantbulcode.com/) supported […]
Kurina and Kirik describe a new fungus gnat species from a single specimen collected from Georgia (Sakartvelo). The new species—Docosia caucasica sp. n.—has been described from material collected from the Lesser Caucasus Mountains. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects12121069
Georgia may be a small country, but it has an extraordinary range of ecosystems, from humid Colchic forest to continental steppe, from Mediterranean vegetation along the Black Sea coast to alpine meadows next to mountain glaciers. This gives rise to an extremely rich flora, making Georgia a key contributor to the biodiversity hotspot of the […]
Riedle & Japoshvili recently published new records of Ichneumonidae for the Caucasus with a special focus on Sakartvelo (Georgia) in the Linzer biologische Beiträge. 149 of the species are new records for the Georgian fauna, and 103 species have not been reported from the Caucasus region before. In addition, three species new to science are […]
Author Lena von Holt visits the Ilia State University in Tbilisi and interviews Stefan Otto the regional coordinator of the CaBOL project.
Mumladze et al. (2020) published a comprehensive analysis on the status of faunal biodiversity assessment in the Caucasus Republic of Georgia. Although it was published last year, it has not lost any of its relevance. Currently, major gaps remain in all branches of animal diversity research in Georgia. https://doi.org/10.2478/s11756-019-00398-6
Today, the CaBOL Team is thrilled to announce that the open registration for the online course in “Biodiversity Data Management”, which is organized by and with the BioDATA Project and GBIF. Registration is open for all professionals and volunteers working in the field of biodiversity, e.g. students, researchers and staff of ministry’s working in this […]
CaBOL/GGBC applied for the International Award for Education and Science Diplomacy of the BMBF in September 2020. In the course of this, a short video was created in which the project is presented and possible future initiatives are advertised.