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  Nature Research Centre's researchers Radvilė Markevičiūtė, Prof. Dr. (HP) Sigitas Podėnas and Aidas Saldaitis described a crane fly species new to science
 

2021.05.12

Nature Research Centre's researchers Radvilė Markevičiūtė, Prof. Dr. (HP) Sigitas Podėnas and Aidas Saldaitis described a crane fly species new to science

Nature Research Centre's researchers Radvilė Markevičiūtė, Prof. Dr. (HP) Sigitas Podėnas and Aidas Saldaitis described a crane fly species new to science

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  Dr. Gintaras Malmiga, Junior Researcher of the Laboratory of Avian Ecology, together with other researchers published an article in Science journal!
 

2021.05.07

Dr. Gintaras Malmiga's article in Science journal

Dr. Gintaras Malmiga, Junior Researcher of the Laboratory of Avian Ecology, together with other researchers published an article in Science journal!

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  The 9th Conference of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology ‘Parasites in a changing world’ was held in Vilnius, Lithuania on 21–23 April 2021. The conference was organized by the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology (SBSP), Nature Research Centre and the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences –...
 

2021.04.29

9th Conference of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology

The 9th Conference of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology ‘Parasites in a changing world’ was held in Vilnius, Lithuania on 21–23 April 2021. The conference was organized by the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology (SBSP), Nature Research Centre and the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences – Young Academy.

 

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  A recently published scientific article presents the smallest moths in the world and describes the complexity of such determination. The article's authors – Nature Research Centre's researchers Prof. habil. Dr Jonas Rimantas Stonis, Dr  Andrius Remeikis and Dr Arūnas Diškus together with...
 

2021.04.16

Nature Research Centre's researchers Prof. habil. Dr Jonas Rimantas Stonis, Dr Arūnas Diškus and Dr Andrius Remeikis with colleagues from Russia and U.S. determined the smallest moths in the world

A recently published scientific article presents the smallest moths in the world and describes the complexity of such determination. The article's authors – Nature Research Centre's researchers Prof. habil. Dr Jonas Rimantas Stonis, Dr  Andrius Remeikis and Dr Arūnas Diškus together with researchers from U.S. and other countries – measured about 2800 individuals belonging to 650 smallest moth species and generalised abundant data of measurements published by many other authors. Two families, Gracillariidae and Nepticulidae, were found to be distinguished by a particularly small size. The smallest moths' forewind length was found to be merely ca. 1.2–1.3 mm, and wingspan ca. 2.6–2.8 mm.

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