Evoflor is a multidisciplinary network of researchers studying diverse aspects of the evolution of plants, animals and their interactions. We integrate genetic, genomic, and ecological studies from theoretical and experimental perspectives. Our main study system comprises different species of the Brassicaceae family, although we also work in other disparate systems, such as daisies, algae, woody plants, legumes, butterflies, dung beetles, fungi, lichens, … and even humans.

 

 

Research

We are interested in a wide number of topics including the ecology and genetics of floral evolution, the effects of pollinator diversity on plant reproduction, the speciation process, the functionality of pollination networks, etc.    

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People

The staff at evoflor. Scientists, graduate students, collaborators and past members

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Publications

Our last publications. You can consult the abstract through the D.O.I. system or download the pdf file

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Cristina Armas
Cristina Armas
Cristina Armas, PhD, is a Ramón y Cajal researcher at the Department of Evolutionary and Functional Ecology in the Experimental Station of Arid Zones (CSIC).
Sampling a peculiar <i>Moricandia</i>
Sampling a peculiar Moricandia
Within the context of the project Hidden extinctions: Losing plant diversity in Iberian arid zones as a consequence of the anthropic-mediated expansion of weeds, we sampled on 9 March 2018 individuals of the taxon...
Starting the new field campaign
Starting the new field campaign
We have started a new field campaign visiting a Moricandia foetida population in the Desert of Tabernas (Almería). This campaign will develop part of the project Hidden extinctions: Losing plant diversity in Iberian arid...