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QBOL EPPO Conference on DNA barcoding and diagnostic methods for plant pests

Haarlem, NL A joint conference on plant pest DNA barcoding and diagnostic methods for plant pests will be organized by QBOL (Quarantine Organisms Barcode of Life) and the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO) from May 21-25 in Haarlem, Netherlands. QBOL is a three-year project (2009-2012) funded under the 7th Framework Program of the […]

Barcode IDs new moth species invading Italy’s vineyards

– New moth species invades Italy’s vineyards – ZooKeys paper


National Node National Organization Netherlands Barcode of Life (NBOL) SSC Representative Pedro Crous CBS Fungal Biodiversity Centre, Utrecht SSC Alternate Freek Bakker Wageningen University   Goals To generate 25,000 barcodes per year, divided over CBS (13,000) and NCBN (12,000). The Netherlands has seen considerable DNA barcoding activity with large infrastructure proposals to NWO as early […]

Pedro Crous

Chair, WG1.3 – FungiNetherlands representative Director, Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, Utrecht, The Netherlands Web: Profile Email:

Freek Bakker

Chair, WG2.2 – Museum Life Assistant Professor, Biosystematics Group, Wageningen University, Wageninen, The Netherlands Web: Profile Email:


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