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The International Conferences on the Biology of Butterflies are international gatherings organized every four years, of primarily professional biologists who study evolutionary biology, behaviour, ecology, systematics, biogeography, genetics, developmental biology, and biodiversity conservation, with butterflies and moths as their focal study organisms. This is an excellent academic and professional forum for latest discoveries and to exchange news in these research areas.
The next (9th) conference will be held in will be held in 2023 at the Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czechia. Details about the conference such as the full scientific programme, registration, and symposia, will be made available soon.
Call for Symposia deadline: Friday, 13th January, 2023 (23:59 CET)
Decision on Symposia announcement: late January, 2023
Registration and abstract submission opens: early February, 2023
Abstract submission deadline: Friday, 14th April, 2023 (23:59 CET)
Earlybird registration deadline: early May, 2023
Monday, 10th July - Scientific Program: Parallel symposia; Welcome Drink in the venue in the evening
Tuesday, 11th July - Field excursions
Wednesday, 12th July - Scientific Program: Parallel symposia; Conference dinner in Prague's city centre in the evening and night
Thursday, 13th July - Scientific Program: Parallel symposia
Robert Tropek, Charles University, Prague Tomáš Kadlec, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague
Local Organizing Committee:
Robert Tropek, Charles University, Prague Terezie Arnoldová, National Institute of Public Health, Prague Tomáš Kadlec, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague Petr Nguyen, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice Sailee Sakhalkar, Charles University, Prague Lenka Storchová, Charles University, Prague Alena Sucháčková, Biology Centre CAS, České Budějovice
...will be announced soon...
Tomáš Jor, Charles University, Prague Tomáš Kadlec, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague Ondřej Sedláček, Charles University, Prague Robert Tropek, Charles University, Prague
Krushnamegh Kunte, National Centre for Biological Sciences, India Jens Roland, University of Alberta, Canada Felix Sperling, University of Alberta, Canada Dick Vane-Wright, University of Kent, UK Niklas Wahlberg, Lund University, Sweden