Above image of Leptopsammia pruvoti, the sunset cup coral, © Mike Markey. Other images, © PMNHS.
Porcupine MNHS Twitter FeedFollowers: 1259Sunday, February 23rd, 2020 at 4:01am
Population trends for spiny lobster – how useful are occupancy models for benthic species? Population viability & resilience of bottlenose dolphins on the east coast of Scotland - two more confirmed presentations @PorcupineMNHS conference #YCW2020 https://t.co/esbtIMoSjj https://t.co/TOihb7aRy2Friday, February 21st, 2020 at 7:54am
Trans-Atlantic rafting – American bivalves on British shores, & the distribution of eyelash worms (Myxicola spp.) in UK waters. Just a couple of talks at the @PorcupineMNHS conference, @SAMSoceannews, 14-15 March. Book your place https://t.co/esbtIMoSjj #YCW2020 https://t.co/g2gS810vXoMonday, February 10th, 2020 at 5:10am
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The @PorcupineMNHS is holding its 2020 conference at SAMS in March and booking registration is now open https://t.co/0iEePcYl2I
Come to hear the latest research and stories from the seas around the UK and Ireland and the wider NE #Atlantic environment. https://t.co/Ot1QZLDCb1