Fruit de Clusia Guyane Fran├žaise Marion Chartier

Scientific interests

Evolutionary ecology, evolution of floral traits, morphospaces, statistics, plant-pollinator interactions, chemical ecology (floral and insect scents), phylogenetics.

Education and professional experience

Developmental space and 3D pollination syndromes in Aquilegia.
Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research, Vienna University, Austria.
2013-2016 Postdoctorat:
Diversity and evolution of the floral morphospace.
Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research, University of Vienna (Austria).
2012 Civic volunteer service:
Control of the coffee berry moth (Prophantis smaragdina Butler): identification of the sexual pheromone and its use in plant integrated protection.
Cirad (French Agricultural Center for International Development), Saint-Pierre, Reunion Island (France).

Download Prophantis smaragdina data sheet.
2008-2011 PhD:
Evolution of Araceae pollination systems: phylogenetic and ecological constraints.
Doctoral School SEVAB, Toulouse (France).
Laboratory of Evolution and Biological Diversity, Toulouse (France),
Joint Research Unit Ecology of Guiana Forests, Kourou (French Guiana).
Director: Marc Gibernau.
2008 Msc degree: Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse (France).
2008 Msc Degree in Engineering: option Horticulture, Institut National d'Horticulture et de Paysage (graduate college of horticulture and landscaping), Agrocampus Ouest, Centre d'Angers (France).