Wallace & the Caterpillars: A Colourful History of Discovery

Sir Martin Evans Building, Cardiff University, Museum Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3AX
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REGIONAL LECTURE 18:30–20:00 Monday 23 March 2020

In association with the Royal Society of Biology South West Branch

How can prey use colour? How can colour frighten? From the incredible defence displays of caterpillars to the bizarre coloration of the orchid mantis, this talk by Eleanor Drinkwater, University of York, will dive into the fundamental questions about the evolution of colour in animals, and the colourful history behind this fascinating field of research.

  • Doors open at 18:15
  • Venue: Sir Martin Evans Building, Cardiff, CF10 3AX
  • Book via the RSB website

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