M.Sc. Roy Canty

Doktorand

Diptera

Contact

Tel.:
0711 / 8936-242
Fax:
0711 / 8936-100

Forschungsprofil

I am a PhD student studying the dark taxa within the Diptera family, Sciaridae, using molecular and morphological techniques (with the aim of using advanced machine learning techniques), as part of the GBOL III project. My professional career and interests are focused almost entirely on entomology, especially phytophagous insects. My work has focused mainly on taxonomy and biodiversity, in research and curation.

Projekte

Publikationen

2016

  • Canty, R., Ruzzier, E., Cronk, Q., & Percy, D. (2016). Salix transect of Europe: patterns in the most abundant chrysomelid beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) herbivores of willow from Greece to Arctic Norway. Biodiversity data journal, (4).

2019

  • Canty, R., Ruzzier, E., Cronk, Q. C., & Percy, D. M. (2019). Salix transect of Europe: additional leaf beetle (Chrysomelidae) records and insights from chrysomelid DNA barcoding. Biodiversity data journal, 7.