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Invitation to the opening event of the interactive photographic exhibition »Hidden life of the underground«

Photo exhibition will offer a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the richness of life in the underground, in the world of constant darkness and special conditions, different from the ones on the surface. Even though this may seem a hostile world, it is still inhabited by a number of very…

24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology

From 20th to 24th August 2018, University of Aveiro in Portugal hosted the participants of the 24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology. Slovenian speleobiologists contributed substantially to this years presentations, with numerous contributions from members of the SubBioLab. We were (co)authors of three plenary talks, five oral presentations and two poster presentations, covering…

Prof. dr. Boris Sket named honorary member of the International Society for Subterranean Biology

The International Society for Subterranean Biology is a scientific asscociation, promoting scientific research as well as conservation activities in biology of subterranean habitats. At the General Assembly held in the time of 24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology in Averio in Portugal, a new honorary member of the society was announced…

Approved bilateral project Slovenia – Montenegro

We are happy to announce approval of the bilateral cooperative project between Slovenia and Montenegro, with the title “Investigating subterranean biodiversity patterns as the basis to identify research and conservation priorities”. The project will be financially supported by the Slovenian Research Agency in Slovenia, and Ministry of Science in Montenegro. Project will strengthen the links…

Visiting student from Turkey

In the middle of June 2018, a student Mert Eren from Hacettepe University (Ankara, Turkey) joined our lab, with the support of Erasmus+ Internship program. Mert is an undergraduate biology student and a caver, interested in studying subterranean fauna. While in Slovenia, he learns about different aspects of subterranean biology, including theoretical as well as…

Lecture: Spring, cave and interstitial Truncatelloidea (Caenogastropoda)

On Thursday, 21 st June 2018, prof. dr. Andrzej Falniowski, the head of the Department of Malacology at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland), presented the specificity and restrictions of the usefulness of the morphological and molecular characters in the taxonomy of the snail superfamily Truncatelloidea. He discussed some solutions in the…

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