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Conference "From a Beetle to an Oak" presentations

Adelė Banelienė

Lithuanian Fund for Nature

Main results of the project “Ecological network for Osmoderma eremita and other species dependent on veteran trees“

Alvydas Gintaras

Lithuanian Fund for Nature

Creation of the ecological network for the hermit beetle between Kaunas and Vilnius

Edgars Neilands

Labie koki, Latvia

Saving veteran trees in Latvia: lessons learned

dr. Tereza Aubrechtová

University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Monitoring of ecosystem services of veteran trees

Kristina Guzaitienė

Lithuanian zoological garden

Rearing and breeding the hermit beetle (Osmoderma barnabita) in Lithuanian zoological garden

dr. Petr Kočárek

University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Monitoring of the hermit beetle in Natura 2000 site Poodří (Czech Republic)

dr. Uldis Valainis

Daugavpils University, Nature Studies and Environmental Education Centre, Latvia

Smart pheromone traps - a new approach to monitoring threatened insects’ species. The case study of saproxylic beetle Osmoderma barnabita

Ville Vuorio

Metsähallitus, a state-owned enterprise, Finland

Insects' habitat restoration: experience from Finland, Beetles LIFE project

Silvia Lotman

Estonian Fund for Nature

Citizen science campaign on lichens: a key for better conservation of old-growth forests

Jamie Robins

Buglife (the Invertebrate Conservation Trust), United Kingdom

B-Lines: Insect Superhighways

Radeta Savickienė

Kaunas City Municipal administration, Division of Environmental Protection

Execution of infrastructure works in a sensitive area: example of Kaunas oak forest

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