Taxonomy & Systematics
The description of taxa new to science and the study of evolutionary systems is fundamental for the understanding and conservation of biodiversity and geodiversity, and as such a core task of Naturalis Biodiversity Center.
About Taxonomy & Systematics
The description of taxa new to science and the study of evolutionary systems is fundamental for the understanding and conservation of biodiversity ...
Caribbean Marine Biodiversity
The Caribbean flora and fauna is well represented in the collections of Naturalis because of an historical presence by the Netherlands.
Deep and Early Earth
Based on our collections, which cover a broad spectrum of natural history, we are interested in the fundamentals of System Earth, the ...
Phylogeny of Tipulomorpha
Phylogeny, character evolution and historical biogeography of Tipulomorpha (Insecta, Diptera)
Revisions of selected angiosperm taxa
Jan Wieringa works in Naturalis as scientific collection manager and as researcher in Taxonomy and Systematics.
World-wide taxic diversity and evolution of planarians
This team want to increase our knowledge on the world-wide taxic diversity and evolution of freshwater, marine and terrestrial planarians (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida).
Entomo-archaeology and applied entomology
Tom Hakbijl works for one day per week on entomological collection-based applied taxonomy.
EU FP7 and H2020 projects
Soraya Sierra coordinated the EU FP7 pro-iBiosphere project (http://www.pro-ibiosphere.eu).