Under the framework of collaboration with Panamá and Colombia (CCMAR, INDICASAT, INVEMAR and ARAP), it was presented our work focused on Holothuria inornata “ Biological studies of Holothuria inornata in the Pacific (Panamá): evolution relationships, genetic diversity and phylogeography”, in the 17th Congreso LatinoAmericano de Ciencias del Mar celebrated in Santa Catarina (Brazil) in November 2017. Poster presented to the 17th Latin American Congress of Marine science
Bita Kalvani is an Iranian PhD student working under my co-supervision. She is spending some time (6 months) with us in CCMAR. Previously she worked on Holothuria scabra and Holothuria leucospilota, and now she is inducing maturation on H. arguinensis oocytes using different extracts of radial nervus from males and females, obtaining very interesting results! They will be published soon! Good luck!
Since 24th to 31th October 2017, Mercedes Wangüemert took part in a research and field campaign in Cyprus with staff and friends from MCNM (Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Madrid, CSIC) in the framework on the CONcoast project, which is including Spanish, Portuguese and Italian research institutions. We sampled different marine invertebrates species, all them target species of our project. Also, we made a register of geographicla points with invasive species including Synaptul
Jorge Domínguez and Mercedes Wangüemert attended to LACQUA Congress (Latin American & Caribbean Aquaculture 2017) celebrated in Mazatlán (Mexico) since 7th to 10th November 2010. We presented our work in two orel communications about IMTA with Holothuria arguinensis, Ulva lactuca and Paracentrotus lividus and genetic patterns from breeders to larvae produced under aquaculture conditions. Also, we also showed 3 posters focused on processing of H. arguinensis’ beche-de-mer, mic