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HKU ecologists reveal causes of butterfly diversity

Dr Timothy Bonebrake, Assistant Professor at the School of Biological Sciences and head of the Global Change and Tropical Conservation Laboratory, HKU and his PhD student Mr Toby Tsang Pak-nok, set out into the urban wilderness to find out how parks serve as a habitat for butterflies. Their recent research published in the journal Landscape Ecology.

#BiologicalSciences #Conservation #Ecology #HKU #PhD #Research #TimothyBonebrake

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 18th October, 2016

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