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

Postdoctorat:
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).