a joint project among Austrian universities
On March 1. 2017, the „Hochschulraumstrukturmittel (HRSM) project“ funded by the BMBWF with 1 million euros, has started. The project aims to build DNA barcoding pipelines for ABOL at the universities. The lead was taken over by the University of Graz. Also involved are the University of Vienna, the University of Salzburg, the BOKU and the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna.
Stephan Koblmüller, Frank Zachos, Lukas Zangl, Wolfgang Gessl, Alexander Kostmann, Anna Lena Hofstätter, Christian Sturmbauer, Silke Schweiger, Anja Palandacic
Continuation of the pilot project “Vertebrata”, carried out from 2014 to 2017.
Sylvia Schäffer, Stephan Koblmüller, Günther Krisper, Lukas Zangl
Gernot Kunz, Stephan Koblmüller, Werner Holzinger, Lukas Zangl
Gabriel Kirchmair, Stephan Koblmüller, Günther Raspotnig, Lukas Zangl
Diploma thesis on the diversity of Pseudoscorpiones in Austria (incl. DNA barcoding)
Romana Netzberger, Gernot Kunz, Stephan Koblmüller, Lukas Zangl
Diploma thesis on the diversity of Symphyta in Austria (incl. DNA barcoding in a subset of groups)
Günther Raspotnig, Stephan Koblmüller, Miriam Schaider
FWF-Project on Opiliones of Austria (incl. DNA barcoding)
David Fröhlich, Günther Raspotnig, Stephan Koblmüller
Diploma thesis on the diversity of Gold wasps (Chrysididae) with chemosystematics & DNA barcoding
Michaela Bodner, Günther Raspotnig, Stephan Koblmüller
Study on the diversity of Julida (Diplopoda) in Austria (other groups of Diplopoda are partly likewise processed)
DNA Barcodes are generated in selected groups of macrofungi
Harald Meimberg, Matthias Kropf, Andreas Tribsch et al.
The last BioBlitz this year was carried out by ABOL in the course of the Biodiversity Day in the Hohe Tauern National Park. The study area ranged from montane to alpine altitudes in the upper Mur valley in the national park municipality of Muhr im Lungau. The JUFA Hotel in St. Michael, the Sticklerhütte and […]
In Tyrol, ABOL was once again able to participate in the Day of Biodiversity with a BioBlitz Initiative. Selected areas in the Nature Park Kaunergrat were examined – from wet to dry, lean meadows to bog areas, boulder fields, alpine meadows and alpine grasslands. In addition to butterfly experts, who began their surveys with light […]
The third ABOL BioBlitz of this year took place as part of the GEO day of nature in the Biosphere Reserve Nockberge in Carinthia. 70 experts and companions surveyed animal, plant and fungus species at the basis of the Zunderwand and in the vicinity of the Erlacherhaus. Due to the special geological situation, where limestone […]