Research

Outline of research interests of the Department of Invertebrates

Christian Kropf
Functional morphology, phylogeny, systematics, biogeography und faunistics of spiders and skorpions.
E-mail to: Dr. Christian Kropf

Charles Huber
Coleoptera, Carabidae: genera Nebria and Oreonebria (Palaearctic).
Systematics, biogeography, faunistics. larvae of the genera Nebria und Oreonebria.
Identification of all palaearctic species of the genera Nebria und Oreonebria (Carabidae).
E-mail to: Dr. Charles Huber

Eike Neubert
Type catalogue of molluscan taxa in Swiss museum collections.
Ecology and diversity of land molluscs.
E-mail to: Dr. Eike Neubert

Hannes Baur
Taxonomy and systematics of holarctic Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae, Eulophidae, Leucospidae).
Taxonomy and systematics of central european Ensifera, Caelifera und Blattodea.
Identification of palaearctic Chalcidoidea and central european grasshoppers and cockroaches.
E-mail to: Hannes Baur

Elsa Obrecht
Practical entomology
Diptera (forensic entomology, household pests, parasites, etc.)
E-mail to: Elsa Obrecht

Dr. Christoph Germann
Weevils in the broad sense (Curculionoidea.
Biogeography, weevil-host plant interactions, life histories, taxonomy and systematics (morphology and molecular analysis), faunistics.
E-mail to: Dr. Christoph Germann