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Charlotte H. E. Alberts
PhD candidate at UCDavis studying Assassin flies (Diptera: Asilidae)
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts retweeted
BHL Aug 27
Meet Kishenehnoasilus bhl — a new species of fossil robber fly named in honor of ! The species was described by of from specimens collected from the 46M-year-old Kishenehn Formation of northwestern Montana. Learn more ➡️
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts Aug 1
Keep them!!!!
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Torsten Dikow Jul 19
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Jonathan Finch Jul 10
PhD Opportunity!!! Can't get enough of Diptera? and myself are recruiting a PhD student to study fly pollination in Sydney, Australia. please re-tweet widely. details below:
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Natural History Museum Jul 7
If you're a chocoholic, you should probably be a fan of flies. 🍫 Forcipomyia midges have the very big job of pollinating the world's cacao trees. Without these minuscule insects, we would probably be living in a world without chocolate.
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Fran Keller, PhD Jul 7
So much beauty. with extra wildlife thrown in. Despite all the flight cancellations with American Airlines the specimens made it.
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Fran Keller, PhD Jul 7
This year’s was amazing. Collecting at Las Cuevas field station was truly a privilege. I left all my field books, my net & lots of supplies for Irving, our field assistant, to expand his knowledge of and birds. I left a small collection too
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts Jun 24
Dissecting massive grasshoppers in Belize!!! 😍 such an amazing find!! @ Tropical Education Center
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts Jun 5
Replying to @fran_keller
So sad ❤️ he will be greatly missed
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Dr Esther Jun 5
Dear scientists, It’s ok to have a life outside science. It’s ok not to work every evening or weekend. It’s ok to wind down with friends/family. It’s ok to relax/live it up on holidays. It’s ok to be a fully functioning human being with interests completely unrelated to science.
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Torsten Dikow May 31
Spent afternoon at at - great discussion following my presentation on
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Fran Keller, PhD May 31
So happy to finally meet and hear his great talk about the importance of for taxonomic revision work. very good discussions. And of course the great mentor he is to
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts May 30
Great talk by about “Shaping our taxonomic legacy through openly sharing primary biodiversity data in taxonomic revisions” at the XXXVIII Annual Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society Meeting.
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts May 29
I think most of them are generalists. But there is a species (I’m blanking on the name right now) that I’ve only even seen eating Lampyridea!!
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Jessica Gillung May 9
Folks, have you heard of BHL before? This fantastic resource enables biodiversity research by making important literature freely available to everyone. Check out this post by wonderful Grace Constantino to learn more about my own research and how it relates to BHL
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Allan Cabrero May 7
Awesome birthday gift from the super talented I have the best friends
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts Apr 30
A lovely article written by Kathy about and pursuing my passion!
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Frida Bello Apr 30
So...today is the world day of my favourite flies, thanks of them I'm nearly to be a biologist. So I decided to draw one of my favourite species. With a little of luck, I could make people stops think all the flies are "ugly and dirty".
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Dom Conlon Apr 30
Here’s a poem for Robbie the Robber Fly Does what he does Just to get by. Robbie the Robber Fly Does what he does With an extra eye. So when Robbie the Robber Fly Does what he does Just to get by Then insects in flight Very well might Be soon about to die.
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Charlotte H. E. Alberts Apr 30
Yes please!! I will happily help any way I can
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