97.89. Hommelsymposium Saturday February 20th 2021 (Times are CET) Saturday February 27th 2021 (Times are CET)




























































































































































































































Saturday February 20th 2021 (Times are CET)  
 9:30 -  9:45 am   Welcome by host of conference  
    Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  
 9:45 -10:10 am      Mind the Gap: the effect of seasonal resource gaps on bumblebees  
    Dr. Thomas Timberlake (University of Bristol)  
10:10-10:35 am   Asian bumblebees as the key to European bumblebees  
    Dr. Paul Williams (Natural History Museum London)  
10:35-11:00 am   Bumblebees in Dutch meadows  
    Anthonie Stip (Dutch Butterfly Conservation)  
11:00-11:25 am   Working with farmers to create bumblebee friendly habitat  
    Dr. Nikki Gammans (Bumblebee Conservation Trust)  
11:25-11:50 am   Climate and land use change impacts on bumblebees  
    Dr. Leon Marshall (Université Libre de Bruxelles and Naturalis)  
11:50-12:15 pm   Bumblebee foraging and cold adapted bumblebees of the Alps  
    Dr. Paolo Biella (University of Milano-Bicocca)  
12:15-12:30 pm   Closing remarks  
    Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  
       
Saturday February 27th 2021  
 9:30 -  9:45 am   Welcome by host of conference  
    Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  
 9:45 -10:10 am   The Dutch bumblebee monitoring programme  
    Johan van ’t Bosch (EIS Kenniscentrum Insecten)  
10:10-10:35 am   Bumblebee genetics  
    Dr. Kevin Maebe (Ghent University)  
10:35-11:00 am   Bombus terrestris colony performance with the urban ecosystem  
    Dr. Panagiotis Theodorou (Martin Luther Univ. Halle-Wittenberg)  
11:00-11:25 am   Exposure to extreme temperatures unveils a global threat  
    for wild bumblebees under climate change  
    Dr. Baptiste Martinet (Université Libre de Bruxelles)  
11:25-11:50 am   Nutritional resilience of bumblebees  
    Dr. Maryse Vanderplanck (University of Mons, Zoology lab)  
11:50-12:15 pm   Inventories and conservation of current bumblebee diversity in Belgium  
    Jens D’Haeseleer (Natuurpunt Studie)  
12:15-12:30 pm   Closing remarks  
    Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  

Saturday February 20th 2021

Welcome by host of conference Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)

Mind the Gap: the effect of seasonal resource gaps on bumblebees Dr. Thomas Timberlake (University of Bristol)

Asian bumblebees as the key to European bumblebees Dr. Paul Williams (Natural History Museum London)

Bumblebees in Dutch meadows Anthonie Stip (Dutch Butterfly Conservation)

Working with farmers to create bumblebee friendly habitat Dr. Nikki Gammans (Bumblebee Conservation Trust)

Climate and land use change impacts on bumblebees Dr. Leon Marshall (Université Libre de Bruxelles and Naturalis)

Bumblebee foraging and cold adapted bumblebees of the Alps Dr. Paolo Biella (University of Milano-Bicocca)

Poster presentations February 20th 2021: click here for YouTube, click below for separate PDF's

Nest architecture, their abundance and colony survival studies in Bombus haemorrhoidalisHarish Kumar Sharma

Mountain bumble bees and wildflowers exhibit nonlinear patterns of abundance and β-diversity, punctuated by the tree line ecotone - Douglas Sponsler

From species distribution to local adaptations - disentangling habitat preferences of two closely related European bumble bee species - Julia Geue

Morphometric and molecular identification of the female castes of Bombus ignitus and B. ardensChuleui Jung

Long-term protection for rare bumblebee species in Lower Saxony (Germany) - Rolf Witt

Saturday February 27th 2021

The Dutch bumblebee monitoring programme Johan van ’t Bosch (EIS Kenniscentrum Insecten)

Bumblebee genetics Dr. Kevin Maebe (Ghent University)

Bombus terrestris colony performance with the urban ecosystem - Dr. Panagiotis Theodorou (Martin Luther Univ. Halle-Wittenberg)

Nutritional resilience of bumblebees Dr. Maryse Vanderplanck (University of Mons, Zoology lab)

Inventories and conservation of current bumblebee diversity in Belgium Jens D’Haeseleer (Natuurpunt Studie)

Poster presentations February 27th 2021: click here for YouTube, click below for separate PDF's

Successful search for Bombus brodmannicus ssp. delmasi in the French alps, summer 2020 - Pieter Haringsma

Seasonal incidence, epidemiology and establishment of different pests and disease in laboratory reared Bombus haemorrhoidalisRuchi Sharma

Bumblebee-pollination as a driver of plant evolution - Florian Schiestl

Pollinators foraging on centipede grass inflorescences - Shimat Joseph

Bombus terrestris in South America, history of an invasive species - José Montalva

Pollen metabarcoding: linking plant diversity with bumblebee diversity - Andreas Kolter

Other research posters (not presented)

Bumblebee agricultural risk assessment using ALMaSS framework individual-based modelling - Jordan Chetcuti

Saturday February 20

  Welcome by host of conference  
  Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  
 9:45 -10:10 am      Mind the Gap: the effect of seasonal resource gaps on bumblebees  
    Dr. Thomas Timberlake (University of Bristol)  
  Asian bumblebees as the key to European bumblebees  
  Dr. Paul Williams (Natural History Museum London)  
10:35-11:00 am   Bumblebees in Dutch meadows  
    Anthonie Stip (Dutch Butterfly Conservation)  
  Working with farmers to create bumblebee friendly habitat  
  Dr. Nikki Gammans (Bumblebee Conservation Trust)  
11:25-11:50 am   Climate and land use change impacts on bumblebees  
    Dr. Leon Marshall (Université Libre de Bruxelles and Naturalis)  
  Bumblebee foraging and cold adapted bumblebees of the Alps  
  Dr. Paolo Biella (University of Milano-Bicocca)  
12:15-12:30 pm   Closing remarks  
    Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  
       

Saturday February 27th

 
  Welcome by host of conference  
  Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  
 9:45 -10:10 am   The Dutch bumblebee monitoring programme  
    Johan van ’t Bosch (EIS Kenniscentrum Insecten)  
  Bumblebee genetics  
  Dr. Kevin Maebe (Ghent University)  
10:35-11:00 am   Bombus terrestris colony performance with the urban ecosystem  
    Dr. Panagiotis Theodorou (Martin Luther Univ. Halle-Wittenberg)  
  Exposure to extreme temperatures unveils a global threat  
  for wild bumblebees under climate change  
  Dr. Baptiste Martinet (Université Libre de Bruxelles)  
11:25-11:50 am   Nutritional resilience of bumblebees  
    Dr. Maryse Vanderplanck (University of Mons, Zoology lab)  
  Inventories and conservation of current bumblebee diversity in Belgium  
  Jens D’Haeseleer (Natuurpunt Studie)  
12:15-12:30 pm   Closing remarks  
    Dr. Vincent Kalkman (Naturalis Biodiversity Center)  

20210227 Seminar Hommels, Bumblebees

Er zijn 450 Otters in Nederland en elk jaar wordt een derde, 120 dode Otters doodgereden. In Friesland in 2019 werden 53 Friese otters doodgereden en in 2020 ongeveer 60. De meeste Friese otters sneuvelen op de A7 en de A32.

  1. Atlas van de Hommels van Belgie en Noord-Frankrijk
  2. Atlas of European Bumblebees
  3. Red List European Bumblebees
  4. Climatic Risk and Distribution Atlas of European Bumblebees
  5. BASISGIDS HOMMELS - EIS-Kenniscentrum Insecten
  6. Zoekkaart HOMMELS - EIS-Kenniscentrum Insecten


Medische Publieksacademie Live - umcg.nl

https://www.umcg.nl/live Op dinsdag 2 maart geeft dr. Marjolein Knoesters de lezing: COVID-19: wat is de invloed van mutaties in het virus op overdracht, ziekte en vaccinatiebeleid. Voorzitter op deze avond is dr. Dineke Verbeek, onderzoeker. De lezing begint om 19.30 uur en duurt een half uur.
Medische Publieksacademie Live
https://www.vogelbescherming.nl/actueel/bericht/doe-mee-met-de-webinars-van-studio-meer-ijsselmeer
https://www.umcg.nl/NL/UMCG/medische_publieksacademie/Paginas/default.aspx

All Eis Huble Bee presentations have been recorded and are now available online. The project posters have also been made available for download.
Please find all the links at www.bestuivers.nl/hommelsymposium. Feel free to share this page with others who might be interested.


Landelijke Vlinderdag 2021

20210227 Seminar Hommels, Bumblebees

97.89 20210227 Seminar Hommels, Bumblebees



Medische Publieksacademie Live - umcg.nl

https://www.umcg.nl/live Op dinsdag 2 maart geeft dr. Marjolein Knoesters de lezing: COVID-19: wat is de invloed van mutaties in het virus op overdracht, ziekte en vaccinatiebeleid. Voorzitter op deze avond is dr. Dineke Verbeek, onderzoeker. De lezing begint om 19.30 uur en duurt een half uur.
Medische Publieksacademie Live
https://www.vogelbescherming.nl/actueel/bericht/doe-mee-met-de-webinars-van-studio-meer-ijsselmeer
https://www.umcg.nl/NL/UMCG/medische_publieksacademie/Paginas/default.aspx



Over wasbeer, goudjakhals en een beetje over wasbeerhond. Teneur van het stuk is dat door de achteruitgang van natuur/biodiversiteit (er zijn alleen nog geïsoleerde natuurgebiedjes) de invloed van deze soorten op 'inheemse' soorten behoorlijk kan zijn. En duidelijk is ook dat de komst van de wasbeer niet is tegen te houden. (over 10 jaar zijn ze vrij gewoon in Oost NL denk ik). Die wasbeer wordt wel een 'dingetje'.
Sie sind immer hungrig, sie werden immer mehr und sie nehmen Einfluss auf den Naturkreislauf. Denn die heimische Tierwelt, Bodenbrüter, Singvögel und Amphibien, ist nicht auf eingeschleppte oder eingewanderte Räuber wie Waschbär, Marderhund, https://www.arte.tv/de/videos/entdeckung-der-welt/natur-und-tiere/ Mink und Goldschakal eingestellt. Umweltschutzorganisationen in Deutschland schlagen daher Alarm.

Umweltschutzorganisationen in Deutschland schlagen Alarm. Die Zahl der eingeschleppten und eingewanderten Kleinbären und kleinen Raubtiere steigt und steigt. In Deutschland steht ein „Mehrfrontenkrieg“ bevor. Von Norden her drängen Waschbär, Mink und Marderhund nach Bayern, Österreich und Frankreich. Aus dem Süden kommt der eigentlich in Südosteuropa und in Afrika heimische Goldschakal. Wie viele dieser vor allem nachtaktiven Räuber sich in Deutschland aufhalten, kann nur geschätzt werden. Doch es gibt andere Zahlen, die aufhorchen lassen: So wurden 2016 über 25.000 Marderhunde in Deutschland und Österreich geschossen – fast 20 Prozent mehr als im Vorjahr. Bei Waschbären sind es in fünf Jahren 150 Prozent mehr getötete Tiere gewesen. Das liegt nicht an besonders schießwütigen Jägern, was sogar der BUND Naturschutz zugeben muss, sondern an der rasanten Ausbreitung dieser Arten. Jedes dieser Raubtiere ist anders, hat andere Fähigkeiten und Strategien. Die Eindringlinge bedrohen vor allem die, die schon lange unter der Zerstörung und dem zunehmenden Schwund ihres Lebensraumes leiden und deshalb vielerorts vom Aussterben bedroht sind: Bodenbrüter, Singvögel und Amphibien.

https://www.arte.tv/de/videos/083892-000-A/invasion-der-kleinen-raeuber/?fbclid=IwAR2Cc3Sd1MAmPf-Y8ucm_S6vN3tNSc94b5iNjvLZmU763epLgoLbIANYVwc

19:00 Inleiding door Jan Mampaey, dienst hoofd Provinciaal Natuurcentrum
19:10 Lezing “Bij-zonder landschap” door Joeri Cortens, Natuurpunt CVN
20:10 Vragen en discussie
20:40 Slotwoord
Posted by ahospers ahospers, June 03, 2021 10:26 PM

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