Jewelflowers: A story of diversity, ecology & evolution
“Jewelflowers: A story of diversity, ecology & evolution”
A Visiting Researcher Seminar by Dr. Ivalú Cacho
Visiting researcher Dr. Natalia Ivalú Cacho will present her work on jewelflowers (Streptanthus; Brassicaceae), including a collaborative project with Dr. Alejandra Vasco examining a new endemic jewelflower from Pinnacles National Park in California, U.S.A. This project is funded by the Western National Parks Association. This 1-hr seminar will include a short Q&A session after the lecture.
This in-person seminar will be streamed live using the Zoom platform.
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