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Impacto de la expansión de Vespa velutina en Galicia

Efectos de Vespa Velutina sobre la biodiversidad. Polinizadores. (Español)

Trampeo no selectivo de Vespa velutina, efectos sobre la biodiversidad.

First training session for British beekeepers: Atlantic Positive Project

Second training session for British beekeepers: Atlantic Positive Project

First training session for Irish beekeepers: Atlantic Positive Project

Second training session for Irish beekeepers: Atlantic Positive Project

Opening session

Opening session

Prof. Jacqueline Beggs. Research at Faculty of Science. University of Auckland. New Zealand

Vespula as successful invaders – lessons from New Zealand in impact and control

Questions: Prof. Jacqueline Beggs. Research at Faculty of Science. University of Auckland. New Zealand

Vespula as successful invaders – lessons from New Zealand in impact and control

Dr. Federico Cappa. Postdoctoral researcher at Department of Biology. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Italy

Advances in the knowledge on Vespa velutina biology in its invasive range

Questions: Dr. Federico Cappa. Postdoctoral researcher at Department of Biology. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Italy

Advances in the knowledge on Vespa velutina biology in its invasive range

Dr. Fabrice Requier: UMR EGCE, CNRS-IRD-University of Paris-Saclay. France.

Causal links among Asian hornet predation and honey bee colony mortality and its consequences for beekeeping in France

Questions: Dr. Fabrice Requier: UMR EGCE, CNRS-IRD-University of Paris-Saclay. France.

Causal links among Asian hornet predation and honey bee colony mortality and its consequences for beekeeping in France

Prof. Helen Roy: President of the Royal Entomological Society, IPBES co-chair for Thematic Assessment of Invasive Alien Species. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. United Kingdom

Engaging people in predicting invasive alien species arrivals

Questions: Prof. Helen Roy: President of the Royal Entomological Society, IPBES co-chair for Thematic Assessment of Invasive Alien Species. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. United Kingdom

Engaging people in predicting invasive alien species arrivals

Nigel Semmence: Contingency Planning and Science Officer at Animal and Plant Health Agency. United Kingdom

UK response to Asian hornet incursions

Questions: Nigel Semmence: Contingency Planning and Science Officer at Animal and Plant Health Agency. United Kingdom

UK response to Asian hornet incursions

Dra. Ana Isabel García: Associated Professor and Researcher at the Department of Applied Economics. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain

How to measure the economic impact of the Vespa velutina: a Cost-benefit Analysis

Questions: Dra. Ana Isabel García: Associated Professor and Researcher at the Department of Applied Economics. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain

How to measure the economic impact of the Vespa velutina: a Cost-benefit Analysis

Dra. María Shantal: Research at Department of Plant Biology and Soil Sciences. University of Vigo. Spain

Plant species visited by Vespa velutina in Galicia

Questions: Dra. María Shantal: Research at Department of Plant Biology and Soil Sciences. University of Vigo. Spain

Plant species visited by Vespa velutina in Galicia

Ana Dieguez: Pre-doctoral researcher at Department of Plant Biology and Soil Sciences University of Vigo. Spain

How can precision beekeeping help for fighting Vespa velutina in Galician apiaries

Questions: Ana Dieguez: Pre-doctoral researcher at Department of Plant Biology and Soil Sciences University of Vigo. Spain

How can precision beekeeping help for fighting Vespa velutina in Galician apiaries

Prof. James C. Nieh: Professor in the Section of Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California San Diego, United States

Co-evolution and communication: honey bee defensive strategies against Vespa velutina

Questions: Prof. James C. Nieh: Professor in the Section of Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California San Diego, United States

Co-evolution and communication: honey bee defensive strategies against Vespa velutina

Rachel Hayden: Research Assistant at Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork. Ireland

The Risk of Vespa velutina Establishing in Ireland

Questions: Rachel Hayden: Research Assistant at Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork. Ireland

The Risk of Vespa velutina Establishing in Ireland

Dra. Juliette Poidatz: Postdoctoral Researcher at Environment and SustainabilityInstitute, University of Exeter, Penryn, United Kingdom

From the nest biology to the biocontrol of Vespa velutina

Questions: Dra. Juliette Poidatz: Postdoctoral Researcher at Environment and SustainabilityInstitute, University of Exeter, Penryn, United Kingdom

From the nest biology to the biocontrol of Vespa velutina

Dr. Jose Aranha: Research at Department of Forest Sciences and Landscape Architecture. University of Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro. Portugal

The Vespa velutina nigrithorax in Portugal.  Spatio-temporal analysis and modelling dispersion throughout the territory.

Questions: Dr. Jose Aranha: Research at Department of Forest Sciences and Landscape Architecture. University of Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro. Portugal

The Vespa velutina nigrithorax in Portugal.  Spatio-temporal analysis and modelling dispersion throughout the territory.

Dra. Ana L. Garcia-Perez: Researcher. Department of Animal Health. NEIKER-Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development. Spain​

Activities carried out in the Basque Country for the control of Asian hornet (Vespa velutina)

Questions: Dra. Ana L. Garcia-Perez: Researcher. Department of Animal Health. NEIKER-Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development. Spain​

Activities carried out in the Basque Country for the control of Asian hornet (Vespa velutina)

Dr. Peter Kennedy: Research Fellow at Environment and Sustainability Institute,University of Exeter, Penryn, United Kingdom

In search of the invader’s nests:  Tracking Asian hornets

Questions: Dr. Peter Kennedy: Research Fellow at Environment and Sustainability Institute,University of Exeter, Penryn, United Kingdom

In search of the invader’s nests:  Tracking Asian hornets

Dra. Joana Godinho and Dra. Anabela Nave: Research at Strategic Unit for Agrarian and Forestry Systems and Plant Health. Instituto Nacional de Investigação Agraria e Veterinaria. Portugal

Effectiveness and impact of traps and baits to capture V. velutina: A case study in Portugal

Questions: Dra. Joana Godinho and Dra. Anabela Nave: Research at Strategic Unit for Agrarian and Forestry Systems and Plant Health. Instituto Nacional de Investigação Agraria e Veterinaria. Portugal

Effectiveness and impact of traps and baits to capture V. velutina: A case study in Portugal

Maria Amparo Ferreira Golpe: Pre-doctoral researcher at Department of Forensic Science, Pathological Anatomy, Gynaecology and Obstetrics and Paediatrics. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain

Economic impact of Vespa velutina on beekeeping socio-ecological units

Questions: Maria Amparo Ferreira Golpe: Pre-doctoral researcher at Department of Forensic Science, Pathological Anatomy, Gynaecology and Obstetrics and Paediatrics. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain

Economic impact of Vespa velutina on beekeeping socio-ecological units

Damián Dasilva: Pre-doctoral researcher at Department of Forensic Science, Pathological Anatomy, Gynaecology and Obstetrics and Paediatrics. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain

Impact of Vespa velutina in the prevalence of endo and ectoparasites in experimental apiaries in Galiza (Iberian Peninsula)

Questions: Damián Dasilva: Pre-doctoral researcher at Department of Forensic Science, Pathological Anatomy, Gynaecology and Obstetrics and Paediatrics. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain

Impact of Vespa velutina in the prevalence of endo and ectoparasites in experimental apiaries in Galiza (Iberian Peninsula)

Dra. Sandra Rojas: Postdoctoral Researcher at Department of Ecology and Animal Biology. University of Vigo. Spain

Effects of Vespa velutina on pollinators and ecosystem services

Dra. Sandra Rojas: Postdoctoral Researcher at Department of Ecology and Animal Biology. University of Vigo. Spain

Effects of Vespa velutina on pollinators and ecosystem services

End session

Assessing the invasion risk of Vespa velutina in Europe (Atlantic-Positive, Interreg)

Brief explanation about main aims of University of Santiago de Compostela research group within the Atlantic-POSitiVE project (Interreg 2019-2022). This video is inserted in the WP7 training activities, activities 2 and 3.