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1st DNAqua-Net International Conference : l\'ADN environnemental pour la biosurveillance des milieux aquatiques.

Poster Session

Poster presentations will be held with Spatial Chat

 You will receive connection information by email a few days before the conference.
The DNAQUA 2021 Spatial Chat Platform will open from March 9 at 00:01 (UTC+1) to March 11 at 23:59 (UTC+1).

  • Visit freely: enter the platform at any time, travel in the different rooms and look at posters and videos.
  • Grab a drink and come to the poster sessions: enter the platform (March 9 and 10, from 18:00 to 20:00), meet authors in their rooms and discuss with those present there.

Poster Session WG1 & WG3 – March 9th, from 18:00 to 20:00 (UTC+1)

Poster Session WG2 & WG5 – March 10th, from 18:00 to 20:00 (UTC+1)

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Detailed schedule for poster session : 

WG1WG3     WG2WG5

You can also download Excel File Detailed Schedule for poster session here :

March 9

WG1: DNA Barcode References

               Poster# 1            Zuzana Čiamporová-Zaťovičová, Patrik Macko, Michaela Šamulková, Ondrej Vargovčík, Jana Bozáňová, Fedor Čiampor Jr
AquaBOL.SK - how far have we come with the Slovak reference barcodes database since DNAqua-net was launched?
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.1 posters [1-6]

               Poster# 2            Martin Hektoen, Torbjørn Ekrem, Torkild Bakken
Challenges in building barcode reference libraries for marine invertebrates exemplified by the genus Prionospio (Spionidae)
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.1 posters [1-6]

               Poster# 3            Piotr Gadawski, Bruno Rossaro, Wojciech Giłka, Tomasz Rewicz, Giulia Magoga, Paul Hebert, Matteo Montagna, Michal Grabowski
DNA barcode library revealed unknown diversity of chironomid midges in Montenegro.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.1 posters [1-6]

               Poster# 4            Tomasz Rewicz, Tomasz Mamos, Karolina Bacela-Spychalska, Hedvig Csapó, Michal Grabowski
DNA barcoding of the the Polish epigean Amphipods
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.1 posters [1-6]

               Poster# 5            Kornélia Tuhrinová, Jana Bozáňová, Fedor Čiampor Jr, Zuzana Čiamporová-Zaťovičová
Dots on Earth with huge genetic diversity: relict flatworm Crenobia alpina in the alpine lakes of Tatra Mountains
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.1 posters [1-6]

               Poster# 6            Valentina Slavevska Stamenkovic, Jelena Hinic, Michal Grabowski, Tomasz Mamos, Leona Lovrenčić, Mišel Jelić, Goran Klobučar, Ivana Maguire
Establishing the first DNA barcode reference library for freshwater decapod species (Crustacea: Decapoda) in Republic of North Macedonia
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.1 posters [1-6]

               Poster# 7            Tomasz Mamos, Tomasz Rewicz, Jamie Bojko, Michal Grabowski, Dominik Strapagiel, Artur Burzyński
Exploring European diversity of Pontogammaridae with mitogenome sequencing
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.2 posters [7-12]

               Poster# 8            Biljana Rimcheska, Yanka Vidinova
Filling gaps in the DNA barcoding library - Aquatic insects EPT (Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Trichoptera) from semi-mountainous and mountainous rivers of Ecoregion 6 (North Macedonia)
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.2 posters [7-12]

               Poster# 9            Charo López-Blanco, Antonio García-Alix, Yi Wang, Laura S. Epp
First steps towards a barcoding database for the Iberian cladocerans
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.2 posters [7-12]

               Poster# 10          Valeria Specchia, Francesco Zangaro, Eftychia Tzafesta, Maurizio Pinna
Gap analysis for DNA barcodes of aquatic macroinvertebrate species in the Southeast of Italy
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.2 posters [7-12]

               Poster# 11          Dalila Destanović, Lejla Ušanović, Lejla Lasić, Jasna Hanjalić, Belma Kalamujić Stroil
Is cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) the right DNA barcoding marker for the Cheatopteryx villosa group?
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.2 posters [7-12]

               Poster# 12          Jelena Hinic, Valentina Slavevska Stamenkovic, Halil Ibrahimi, Mladen Kučinić, Julijana Arsovska, Milica Ristovska, Florian Leese, Arne Beermann
Morphological features of larvae of Drusus osogovicus Kumanski, 1980 (Insecta, Trichoptera) from the Republic of North Macedonia, DNA barcoding of the species and notes on its ecology and distribution
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.2 posters [7-12]

               Poster# 13          Ondrej Vargovčík, Zuzana Čiamporová-Zaťovičová, Fedor Čiampor Jr
New kid on the block: Research of alpine-lake macroinvertebrates in the Tatra Mountains enhanced by DNA metabarcoding
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.3 posters [13-17]

               Poster# 14          Álvaro Fueyo, Javier Granero-Castro, Beatriz Villazán Peñalosa, Yaisell Borrell Pichs
Stones on the road to implement effective eDNA-based freshwater quality monitoring in the Iberian Peninsula.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.3 posters [13-17]

               Poster# 15          Marcos A. L. Teixeira, Arne Nygren, Ascensão Ravara, Pedro E. Vieira, José Carlos Hernández, Filipe O. Costa
The small polychaete Platynereis dumerilii revealed as a large species complex with fourteen MOTUs in European marine habitats
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               Poster# 16          Gustavo Sanchez, Fernando Fernández-Álvarez
Towards an eDNA assay for decapodiform cephalopods
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               Poster# 17          Jana Bozáňová, Fedor Čiampor Jr, Tomasz Mamos, Michal Grabowski, Zuzana Čiamporová-Zaťovičová
Value of DNA barcoding in hotspot area: an example of Rhyacophila tristis (Trichoptera) in the Western Carpathians
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.3 posters [13-17]

               Poster# 18          Mikel Aguirre, Joana Hevia-Orube, Laura Ocabo, Jesús Arrate, Eva López, Jose Manuel Leonardo, Alberto Aguirre, Begoña Gartzia de Bikuña
Opportunities of collaboration between taxonomist and geneticist to database curation
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.4 posters [18-23]

               Poster# 19          Leona Lovrenčić, Lena Bonassin, Frederic Grandjean, Chris Austin, Ivana Maguire
Conservation genetics of the vulnerable stone crayfish using DNA barcoding and microsatellites
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.4 posters [18-23]

               Poster# 20          Frederic Rimet, Teofana Chonova, Gilles Gassiole, Maria Kahlert, François Keck, Martyn Kelly, Maxim Kulikovskiy, David Mann, Martin Pfannkuchen, Ana Baričević, Rosa Trobajo, Valentin Vasselon, Jonas Zimmermann, Carlos Wetzel, Agnès Bouchez
Diat.barcode: a DNA tool to decipher diatom communities for the evaluation environmental pressures
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               Poster# 21          Marco Teixeira, Salomé Almeida, Maria Feio, Andreia Mortágua, Manuela Sales
Effects of anthropogenic pressures on diatom communities using morphological and molecular approaches.
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               Poster# 22          ADIBAH ABU BAKAR, Siti Mohd Nor
DNA BARCODING APPROACH REVEALS 17 EXPLOITED SPECIES, INCLUDING AN UNRECOGNIZED SPECIES OF THE YELLOW-LINED SNAPPER COMPLEX.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.4 posters [18-23]

               Poster# 23          Armando Espinosa Prieto
Designing robust DNA barcode libraries for metabarcoding of freshwater plants by integrating herbarium collections and contemporary floristic inventories.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG1.4 posters [18-23]

WG3: Field & Lab Protocols
               Poster# 76          Angelantonio Calabrese, Erika Loi, Laura Mandrelli, Massimo Blonda
A NEW APPROACH FOR MICROBIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVETED SLUDGE: FROM THE SAMPLE TO THE BIOMOLECULAR ANALYSIS
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.1 posters [76-81]

               Poster# 77          Jessica Rieder, Nicolas Zürcher, Adamantia Kapopoulou, Claudia Bank, Irene Adrian-Kalchhauser
Bacteria Communities in Swiss Fish Farms with Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.1 posters [76-81]

               Poster# 78          John Pearman, Georgia Thomson-Laing, Jamie Howarth, Marcus Vandergoes, Lucy Thompson, Andrew Rees, Susie Wood
Environmental DNA variability in lake sediment cores
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.1 posters [76-81]

               Poster# 79          Marina Tumolo, Valeria Ancona, Daniela Losacco, Vito Uricchio, Domenico De Paola
Optimized protocol proposal to extract eDNA from oligotrophic and degraded water samples
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               Poster# 80          Laura García Abad, Alžběta Vondrášková, Antonia Dolores Asencio Martínez, Jan Kaštovský, Esther Berrendero Gómez
Using single cell/filament PCR method for study non-cultured cyanobacteria
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.1 posters [76-81]

               Poster# 81          Niamh Eastwood, Luisa Orsini
Are multiplexed metabarcoding panels comparable to individual marker gene library preparations?
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.1 posters [76-81]

               Poster# 82          Lenin Riascos-Flores, Andrea Carrera, Leopoldo Naranjo, Jomira Yanez, Peter Goethals, Julio Bonilla, Jorge Celi, Christine Van der heyden, Mauricio Ortega
DNA-based biomonitoring in the tropics: Detection and control of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Ecuadorian ecosystem
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.2 posters [82-86]

               Poster# 83          Alejandro Nistal, Pedro Garcia, Jorge Garcia, Maria Borrego, Saul Blanco, Eloy Becares
DNA metabarcoding and morphological methods show complementary patterns in the metacommunity organization of lentic epiphytic diatoms
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.2 posters [82-86]

               Poster# 84          Victor Hugo Salinas Camarillo, Javier Carmona-Jiménez, Nelida Abarca, Jonas Zimmermann, Demetrio Mora
Evaluating the ecological status of mountain streams from a megacity (Mexico City) with diatoms: development and implementation of morphological and eDNA-based methods
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               Poster# 85          Raphaëlle Barry-Martinet, Elora Vedie, Christine Bressy, Jean-François Briand
Using metabarcoding and « Diat.Barcode » database to perfom molecular identification on marine biofilms
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.2 posters [82-86]

               Poster# 86          Aurelie PORTAS, Gérald CULIOLI, Jean-françois BRIAND, Nolwenn QUILLIEN
Characterization of marine eukaryotic biofilms at offshore wind farm sites: assessment of DNA extraction methods and marker gene used for metabarcoding approaches.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.2 posters [82-86]

               Poster# 87          Marine Vautier, Cécile Chardon, Chloé Goulon, Jean Guillard, Isabelle Domaizon
A quantitative eDNA-based method to monitor spawning activity of two emblematic fish species in lake Geneva
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.3 posters [87-92]

               Poster# 88          Molly Williams, Fiona Regan, Anne Parle-McDermott
Advice to consider when developing a CRISPR-Cas assay for single species detection using eDNA
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.3 posters [87-92]

               Poster# 89          Giulia Riccioni, Isabelle Domaizon, Andrea Gandolfi, Massimo Pindo, Marine Vautier, Rainer Kurmayer, Peter Hufnagl, Stefanie Dobrovolny, Valentin Vasselon, Hans Rund, Jonas Bylemans, Cuong Tang, Josef Wanzenböck
Alpine freshwater fish biodiversity assessment: an intercalibration test for metabarcoding method set up
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               Poster# 90          Izabela Mendes, Heron Hilário, Daniel Teixeira, Daniel Cardoso de Carvalho
Challenges in assessing the Neotropical fishes using DNA metabarcoding
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.3 posters [87-92]

               Poster# 91          Tatsuya Saito, Hideyuki Doi
Degradation factors of environmental DNA evaluated by experiments and meta-analysis
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.3 posters [87-92]

               Poster# 92          Nurul Fizatul Nabilah O., Ramizah A. R., Adibah A. B., Syazwan S., Intan Faraha A.G., Amirrudin A., Siti Azizah M.N.
Development of species-specific Cichla species eDNA primers for alien invasive species (AIS) monitoring in Malaysia.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.3 posters [87-92]

               Poster# 93          Shraveena Venkatesh, Barbara Morrissey, Tom Wilding
Extraction kits could affect the interpretation of metabarcoding results of sediment samples taken around salmon farms
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.4 posters [93-97]

               Poster# 94          Natacha Nikolic, Emmanuel Corse, Nicolas Juillet
Ichtyological diversity in a tropical nature reserve (Etang de Saint-Paul, Réunion Island) from environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.4 posters [93-97]

               Poster# 95          Jack Rojahn, Dianne Gleeson, Elise Furlan, Tim Haeusler, Jonas Bylemans
Improving the detection of rare native fish species in environmental DNA metabarcoding surveys
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.4 posters [93-97]

               Poster# 96          Shan Zhang, Yao Meng
Method validation and application of eDNA-based monitoring of fish diversity: a case study of Beijing
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               Poster# 97          INTAN A GHANI, ADIBAH ABU BAKAR, ARSHAD AZIZ, CHRISTIANUS ANNIE, HARMIN SHARR, ISMAIL MOHD
MITOCHONDRIAL DNA DIVERSITY OF CROSSBANDED BARB Puntioplites bulu (Bleeker, 1851) FROM NATURAL POPULATIONS IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.4 posters [93-97]

               Poster# 98          Ramizah Abdull Rahman, Nurul Fizatul Nabilah Osman, Adibah Abu Bakar, Syazwan Saidin, Intan Faraha Abdul Ghani, Amirrudin Ahmad, Siti Azizah Mohd Nor
MOLECULAR ASSESSMENT OF NATIVE FISH DIVERSITY IN UNESCO HERITAGE SITE, TASIK RABAN, USING DNA BARCODING
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.5 posters [98-102]

               Poster# 99          Panagiotis Kasapidis, Christina Karli
Optimization of eDNA metabarcoding methodology for the study and biomontoring of the ichthyofauna in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.5 posters [98-102]

               Poster# 100        Erik Karlsson
Quantitative eDNA estimates show a strong correlation with Northern Pike biomass in a controlled environment.
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.5 posters [98-102]

               Poster# 101        Petr Blabolil, Tomáš Jůza, Vladislav Draštík, Jelena Knežević-Jarić, Romulo dos Santos, Nathan Griffiths, Bernd Hänfling, Jiří Peterka
The true picture of environmental DNA, a case study on harvested fishponds
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.5 posters [98-102]

               Poster# 102        Verena Dully, Heinrich Balliet, Larissa Frühe, Martin Däumer, Alexander Thielen, Sheena Gallie, Iain Berrill, Thorsten Stoeck
Towards a standard protocol in coastal aquaculture biomonitoring: an interlaboratory study to assess reproducibility of the wet lab protocol and of Illumina sequencing
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.5 posters [98-102]

               Poster# 103        Christine Van der heyden, Lenin Riascos, Andrea Greta Carrera Gonzalez, Katherine Elizabeth Apunte Ramos, Marcela Carbrera, Rodrigo Espinosa, Pieter Boets, Tom Moens, Wim Vanden Berghe, Erik Verbruggen, Filip Volckaert, Francisco Villamarin, Peter Goethals, Julio Bonilla, Mauricio Ortega, Jorge Celi
DNA-based monitoring for assessing the effect of invasive species on aquatic communities in the Amazon basin of Ecuador
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.6 posters [103-108]

               Poster# 104        Omneya Osman, Johan Andersson, Tomas Larsson, Mats Töpel, Alexander Eiler
Establishement of a national monitoring program based on environmental DNA for amphibians and the chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.6 posters [103-108]

               Poster# 105        Sara Bento, Bastian Egeter, Rui Rebelo, Cátia Chaves, Joana Pinto
eDNA is a useful tool to evaluate the success of the eradication program of Xenopus laevis in Portugal
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               Poster# 106        Bianca Spitzl, Daniela Sint, Florian Glaser, Gerda Ludwig, Michael Traugott
Evaluating eDNA-based monitoring of fire salamander larvae under field conditions
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               Poster# 107        Judit Fekete, Dominik Buchner, Florian Leese, Judit Padisák, Gábor Várbíró
Application of eDNA method in the detection of Cordulegaster (Insecta: Odonata) species
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               Poster# 108        Marie Brasseur, Simon Vitecek, Vera Zizka, Christopher Hempel, Remo Wüthrich, Emil Birnstiel, Olivia Wilfling, Gabriel Singer, Florian Leese
Assessment of the macroinvertebrate community of the Vjosa river through non-destructive DNA metabarcoding of preservative ethanol
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               Poster# 109        Barbara Leite, Jesus Troncoso, Filipe Costa
Coastal hard-bottom monitoring: ARMS versus ASMS in the assessment of the diversity of coastal macrozoobenthic assemblages through DNA metabarcoding
Go to Spatial Chat Room:            WG3.7 posters [109-114]

               Poster# 110        Patrik Bohman
Cray Benchmark – calibrating different eDNA methods for crayfish and crayfish plague
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               Poster# 111        Sean Markus
Development of eDNA tools for the detection of marine invasive non-native species to support European flat oyster (Ostrea edulis) restoration projects.
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               Poster# 112        David Strand, Stein Johnsen, Frode Fossøy, Johannes Rusch, Brett Sandercock, Trude Vralstad
Environmental DNA monitoring of noble crayfish Astacus astacus: Comparison and refining of methodology
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               Poster# 113        Filipa MS Martins, Nuno A Fonseca, Bastian Egeter, Joana Pinto, Tiago Assunção, Cátia Chaves, Pedro Sousa, Joaquim Jesus, Pedro Beja
Evaluating the impact of sampling strategies and bioinformatics on ethanol-based DNA metabarcoding
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               Poster# 114        David Porco, Sylvie Hermant, Chanistya Purnomo, Mario Horn, Guy Marson, Guy Colling
Getting rid of rain and stars: mitigating inhibition effects in ddPCR assays, the case of the invasive crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus in the streams of Luxembourg
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               Poster# 115        Daniel Teixeira, Heron Hilário, Daniel Carvalho
Ichthyoplankton metabarcoding as a tool for studying fish reproductive dynamics
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               Poster# 116        bastian egeter, Joana Veríssimo, Manuel Lopes-Lima, catia chaves, Joana Pinto, Nicoletta Riccardi, Pedro Beja, Nuno A. Fonseca
Metabarcoding with MinION: Speeding up the detection of invasive aquatic species using environmental DNA and nanopore sequencing
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               Poster# 117        Arne Beermann, Dominik Buchner, Florian Leese, Till-Hendrik Macher, Miroslav Ocadlik, Alexander Weigand
New insights into Danube’s macroinvertebrate communities from DNA metabarcoding as part of the Joint Danube Survey 4 (JDS4)
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               Poster# 118        Nina Roeder, Klaus Schwenk
Optimization and Application of direct PCR in community metabarcoding
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               Poster# 119        Martin Zirngibl, Ulla von Ammon, Xavier Pochon, Anastasija Zaiko
RPA-based point-of-need detection assay for the invasive Mediterranean fanworm Sabella spallanzanii
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               Poster# 120        Ulla von Ammon, Xavier Pochon, Richard Yao, Melissa Welsh, Branwen Trochel, Martin Zirngibl, Anastasija Zaiko
Sampling optimization for targeted detection and community acquisition for marine biosecurity surveillance
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               Poster# 121        Ana Lavrador, Fábio Amaral, Pedro E. Vieira, Filipe Costa, Sofia Duarte
Surveillance of non-indigenous invertebrate species through DNA metabarcoding in recreational marinas in the North and Center of Portugal
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               Poster# 122        Kristen Westfall, Thomas Therriault, Cathryn Abbott
Targeted Next Generation Sequencing improves detection and quantification of rare species from eDNAp { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; direction: ltr; line-height: 115%; text-align: left; orphans: 2; widows: 2; background: transparent }
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               Poster# 123        Laure Van den Bulcke, Annelies De Backer, Magdalini Christodoulou, Sahar Khodami, Sara Maes, Pedro Martinez-Arbizu, Rumakanta Sapkota, Berry van der Hoorn, Kris Hostens, Sofie Derycke
Testing repeatability, testing repeatability, testing repeatability: harmonization of the DNA metabarcoding protocol for macrobenthos across Europe.
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               Poster# 124        Jan Martini, Florian Altermatt, Emil Birnstiel, Wolfram Graf, Vyacheslav Kuzovlev, Rebecca Oester, Tamara Schenekar, Martin Schletterer, Franziska Walther, Steven Weiss, Olivia Wilfling, Remo Wüthrich, Bernadette Schindelegger, Gabriel Singer, Simon Vitecek
Tracing the almost extinct mayfly Prosopistoma pennigerum (Müller, 1785) – an eDNA approach
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               Poster# 125        Sahar Khodami, Jasmin Renz, Janna Peters, Pedro Martinez-Arbizu
Use of metabarcoding in monitoring Zooplankton communities of the North Sea
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               Poster# 126        Dominik Buchner, Peter Haase, Florian Leese
­­­Wet grinding of invertebrate bulk samples – a scalable and cost-efficient protocol for metabarcoding and metagenomics
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               Poster# 127        Claudia Campanale, Daniela Losacco, Vito Uricchio
A new and straightforward protocol for microplastic's DNA extraction from freshwater environments
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               Poster# 128        Shivakumara Manu
A Novel Metagenomic Workflow for Biomonitoring across the Tree of Life using PCR-free Ultra-deep Sequencing of Extracellular eDNA
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               Poster# 129        Sarah Licul, Rachael Impey, Andrew Weeks
Alcohol keeps eDNA at the party longer
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               Poster# 130        Emily Chen
Application of environmental DNA for monitoring and management of aquatic biological invasions: Emerging trends and advancements towards best practice
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               Poster# 131        Laura Allen, Martin Wilkes, Marco Van De Wiel, Mike Morris, Alex Dumbrell, Alessia Bani
Can eDNA metabarcoding offer a catchment-based approach for biodiversity monitoring?
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               Poster# 132        Micaela Hellstrom, Kat Bruce, Rein Brys, Bernd Hänfling, David Halfmaerten, Cuong Tang, Jessica Sjöstedt, Martin Andersson, Marcus Öhman, Johan Spens
LifeDNAquatic: A priori settings and refined pipelines of eDNA metabarcoding to generate "big data" for solid fish, mussel and amphibian SDMs.
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               Poster# 133        Maiko AKATSUKA
A Feasibility Study on a Monitoring for Seagrass beds Using Environmental DNA
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               Poster# 134        Florian Weinberger, Sophie Steinhagen, Rolf Karez, Guido Bonthond
A tufA metabarcoding approach for Ulva and related seaweeds
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               Poster# 135        Elena Valsecchi
SCANNING FERRY ROUTES: LOOKING FOR eDNA TRACES OF MARINE MAMMALS AND THEIR PREYS
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               Poster# 136        Patrick Fink
Monitoring a loss: Detection of the semi‐aquatic crocodile lizard (Shinisaurus crocodilurus) in inaccessible habitats via environmental DNA
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March 10
WG2: Biotic Indices & Metrics
               Poster# 24          Petra Nowak, Christina Wiebe, Rolf Karez, Hendrik Schubert
Applications of environmental DNA methods for charophyte biodiversity.
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               Poster# 25          Kristiina Vuorio, Anita Mäki, Pauliina Salmi, Sanni Aalto, Marja Tiirola, Marko Järvinen
Consistency between high throughput sequencing and microscopy-based morphological characterization of phytoplankton communities
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               Poster# 26          Alison Watts, Devin Thomas
Developing DNA-Based Ecological Classifications for Shallow Streams in Northeastern United States
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               Poster# 27          Christina Wiebe, Petra Nowak, Hendrik Schubert
Development of specific markers for the detection of Tolypella canadensis eDNA in water samples.
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               Poster# 28          Sara Fernandez, Dulaney Miller, Luca Mirimin
Phytoplankton assessment and Non-Indigenous species monitoring through eDNA metabarcoding in marine ecosystems.
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               Poster# 29          Manan Shah, Till Bornemann, Julia Nuy, Alexander Probst, Daniela Beisser, Jens Boenigk
Identifying genome level variation in generalist and specialist bacteria and their relationship to abiotic conditions in European freshwater ecosystems
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               Poster# 30          E. Gozde Ozbayram, Latife Koker, Reyhan Akçaalan, Fatih Aydın, Meriç Albay
Spatial Variations of the Bacterial Diversity in an Alkaline Lake
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               Poster# 31          Javier Miralles-Lorenzo, Antonio Picazo, Carlos Rochera, Daniel Morant, Antonio Camacho
Structure, diversity and potential metabolic activity of prokaryotic communities of Ebro Delta wetlands (Spain) as revealed by 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing
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               Poster# 32          Carlos Rochera, Maria Peña, Antonio Picazo, Javier Miralles-Lorenzo, Daniel Morant, Tatiana Montoya, Gloria Fayos, Vicente Fajardo, Antonio Camacho
Using the predictive functional profiling of microbial communities to assess the ecological quality of reclaimed waters
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               Poster# 33          María Borrego-Ramos, Eloy Bécares, Pedro García-García, Alejandro Nistal, Saúl Blanco
An account of epiphytic diatoms in mediterranean wetlands: comparing morphological and molecular assessments
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               Poster# 34          Mónika Duleba, Angéla Földi, Adrienn Micsinai, Anita Mohr, Rita Sipos, Gyula Szabó, Zsuzsa Trábert, Tibor Bíró, Krisztina Buczkó, Gábor Várbíró, Éva Ács
Applicability of diatom metabarcoding in the ecological status assessment of Hungarian lotic and soda pan habitats
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               Poster# 35          Aydın Kaleli, E. Gozde Ozbayram, Reyhan Akçaalan
Comparative study of benthic diatom community using 18S rDNA metabarcoding and light microscopy in the Bosphorus, Turkey
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               Poster# 36          Jasmina Kamberović, Marija Gligora Udovič, Kálmán Tapolczai, Zorana Lukić, Adisa Ahmić, Anita Dedić, Antonija Kulaš, Katarina Kajan, Jasna Hanjalić, Lejla Lasić, Belma Kalamujic Stroil
Composition of diatom communities on travertine barriers of the Una River (Bosnia and Herzegovina) obtained by DNA metabarcoding and morphological analysis
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               Poster# 37          Javier Pérez Burillo, Rosa Trobajo, David Mann, Manel Leira
Diatom metabarcoding reveals differences in ecological preferences among genetic variants within some key species for biomonitoring
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               Poster# 38          Panayiota Pissaridou, Athina Papatheodoulou, Gregoris Notarides, Juan Antonio Villaescusa, Maria Villena, Antonio Picazo, Rosa Trobajo, David Mann, Antonio Camacho, Marlen Vasquez Hadjilyra
Novel DNA-based test for the identification of benthic diatoms of European freshwater waterbodies (WAT-DIMON)
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               Poster# 39          Teofana Chonova, Frédéric Rimet, Agnès Bouchez, François Keck
Revisiting global biogeography of freshwater diatoms: new insights from molecular data
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               Poster# 40          Andreia Mortágua, Marco Teixeira, Salomé Almeida, Manuela Sales, Maria Feio
Validation of river typologies by diatoms based on DNA metabarcoding data
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               Poster# 41          Karlijn Doorenspleet, Lara Jansen, Saskia Oosterbroek, Reindert Nijland
Accurate long-read eDNA metabarcoding of North Sea fish using Oxford Nanopore sequencing
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               Poster# 42          Eloïse Duval, Simon Blanchet, Erwan Quéméré, Lisa Jacquin, Charlotte Veyssière, Armand Lautraite, Laurent Garmendia, Allan Yotte, Nathalie Parthuisot, Jessica Côte, Géraldine Loot
An eDNA-based method for monitoring a salmonid infectious disease: Development and application.
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               Poster# 43          Till-Hendrik Macher, Robin Schütz, Jens Arle, Arne Beermann, Jan Koschorreck, Florian Leese
Beyond fish eDNA metabarcoding: Field replicates disproportionately improve the detection of stream-associated vertebrate species
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               Poster# 44          Laetitia Mathon, Virginie Marques, David Mouillot, Camille Albouy, Marco Andrello, Florian Baletaud, Giomar Borrero-Pérez, Tony Dejean, Graham J. Edgar, Jonathan Grondin, Pierre-Edouard Guerin, Régis Hocdé, Jean-Baptiste Juhel, Kadarusman Kadarusman, Eva Maire, Gael Mariani, Matthew McLean, Andrea Polanco F, Laurent Pouyaud, Rick D. Stuart-Smith, Hagi Yulia Sugeha, Alice Valentini, Laurent Vigliola, Indra B. Vimono, Loic Pellissier, Stephanie Manel
Circumglobal distribution of fish environmental DNA in coral reefs
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               Poster# 45          Sam Desmet, Rein Brys, Sabrina Neyrinck, Sofie Derycke, Kris Hostens
Commercial fish abundance estimation in the Belgian part of the North Sea through eDNA ddPCR analyses
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               Poster# 46          Dora Pavić, Anđela Miljanović, Uršula Prosenc-Zmrzljak, Rok Košir, Dorotea Grbin, Javier Diéguez-Uribeondo, Ana Bielen
Detection of fish pathogen Saprolegnia parasitica in environmental DNA samples by droplet digital PCR
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               Poster# 47          Sergei Turanov
Development of a set of oligonucleotides for the identification of the Sakhalin sturgeon Acipenser mikadoi Hilgendorf, 1892 by PCR
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               Poster# 48          Mélissa Jaquier, Camille Albouy, Wilhelmine Bach, Conor Waldock, Viriginie Marques, Eva Maire, Marco Andrello, Alice Valentini, Stéphanie Manel, Tony Dejean, David Mouillot, Loïc Pellissier
Environmental DNA diffusion of reef fishes along a distance gradient from four isolated islands of the Western Indian Ocean
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               Poster# 49          Erik García-Machado, Martin Laporte, Eric Normandeau, Cecilia Hernández, Guillaume Côté, Yves Paradis, Louis Bernatchez
Fish community shifts along a strong fluvial environmental gradient revealed by eDNA metabarcoding
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               Poster# 50          Zachary Gold, Ryan Kelly, Andrew Thompson, Dovi Kacev, Kelly Goodwin, Luke Thompson, Kim Parsons, Paul Barber
Investigating Patterns of Larval Fish Community Dynamics Over the Past Two Decades Using a Novel Application of DNA Metabarcoding
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               Poster# 51          Rosetta Blackman, Maslin Osathanunkula, Jeanine Brantschen, Cristina Di Muri, Lynsey Harper, Elvira Mächler, Bernd Hänfling, Florian Altermatt
Mapping biodiversity hotspots of fish communities in subtropical streams through environmental DNA
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               Poster# 52          Yujin Kang, Youngkeun Song
The composition of fish species shows little seasonal variation in eDNA based survey at urban streams
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               Poster# 53          Marie-Thérése Werner, Arne Beermann, Vasco Elbrecht, Vera Zizka, Florian Leese
Analyzing multiple stressor effects on EPT taxa in a mesocosm experiment with DNA metabarcoding
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               Poster# 54          Raquel González, Juan Antonio Villaescusa, Antonio Picazo, Ana M. Pujante, Antonio Camacho
Applicability of DNA-based identifications for the WFD-guided monitoring using macroinvertebrates: a large-scale DNA metabarcoding study for implementing routine ecological status assessments in Iberian rivers
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               Poster# 55          Joeselle Serrana, Kozo Watanabe
Haplotype-level DNA metabarcoding from freshwater macroinvertebrate community samples
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               Poster# 56          Régis Vivien, Laure Apothéloz-Perret-Gentil, Jan Pawlowski, Inge Werner, Michel Lafont, Benoit J.D. Ferrari
High-throughput DNA barcoding of oligochaetes for abundance-based indices to assess the biological quality of sediments in streams and lakes
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               Poster# 57          Mandy Sander, Arne Beermann, Dominik Buchner, Vasco Elbrecht, Peter Haase, Vera Zizka, Florian Leese
Improved freshwater macroinvertebrate detection from environmental DNA through minimized nontarget amplification
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               Poster# 58          Juan Antonio Villaescusa, Mª José Villena, Raquel González, Antonio Picazo, Verónica Rojo, Marko Nieminem, Silke Classen, Ana Pujante, Antonio Camacho
MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT AND BIOMONITORING OF EUROPEAN WATER BODIES. IS A MULTIMARKER APPROACH NECESSARY?
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               Poster# 59          Mikołaj Mazurkiewicz, Joanna Pawłowska, Jan Pawlowski, Maria Włodarska-Kowalczuk
Preliminary results of sediments eDNA metabarcoding along arctic fjord
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               Poster# 60          Juulia Meller
Release of salt run-off and implications for freshwater biodiversity
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               Poster# 61          Alex Bush, Zacchaeus Compson, Wendy Monk, Donald Baird
Replicate DNA metabarcoding can discriminate seasonal and spatial abundance shifts in river macroinvertebrate assemblages
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               Poster# 62          Corinna Wallinger, Daniela Sint, Bernhard Kolp, Leopold Füreder, Michael Traugott
The amount of environmental DNA increases with freshwater crayfish density and over time
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               Poster# 63          Haila Schultz, Carol Stepien, Julie Keister, Emily Norton, Sean McAllister, Beth Slikas
Addressing the "Paradox of the Plankton": Using Metabarcoding to Explore Zooplankton Diversity Patterns Across Chemical Conditions in the Salish Sea
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               Poster# 64          Christina Pavloudi, Eleni Yperifanou, Thanos Dailianis, Vasilis Gerovasileiou
Artificial Reef Monitoring Structures (ARMS) providing insights on hard substrate biodiversity and community structure of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea
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               Poster# 65          Anzhela Sargsyan, Anna Simonyan, Galina Hovhannisyan, Bardukh Gabrielyan, Rouben Aroutiounian
Assessment of aquatic genotoxicity of the Lake Sevan basin, Armenia using natural bioindicators
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               Poster# 66          Antonija Kulaš, Vesna Gulin, Renata Matoničkin Kepčija, Petar Žutinić, Mirela Sertić Perić, Sandi Orlić, Katarina Kajan, Thorsten Stoeck, Guillaume Lentendu, Ivan Čanjevac, Ivan Martinić, Marija Gligora Udovič
Ciliates as bioindicators of environmental pressure in a karstic river
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               Poster# 67          Jan Pawlowski, Florian Mauffrey, Tristan Cordier, Laure Apothéloz-Perret-Gentil, Kristina Cermakova, Thomas Merzi, Mathieu Delefosse, Philippe Blanc
Environmental genomics for benthic monitoring of North Sea oil and gas offshore platforms.
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               Poster# 68          Saskia Schmidt, Demetrio Mora, Sascha Krenek, Julia Kleinteich, Franz Schöll, Helmut Fischer
Establishing (e)DNA-Methods for Governmental Biomonitoring Efforts and Ecological Assessment in German Federal Waterways
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               Poster# 69          Danny Ionescu, Mina Bizic, Rajat Karnatak, Camille Musseau, Gabriela Onandia, Stella Berger, Jens Nejstgaard, Gunnar Lischeid, Mark Gessner, Sabine Wollrab, Hans-Peter Grossart
From microbes to mammals: agriculture homogenizes pond biodiversity across different land-use types
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               Poster# 70          Natalie Rideout, Zacchaeus Compson, Wendy Monk, Mehrdad Hajibabaei, Teresita Porter, Michael Wright, Donald Baird
Functional traits link anthropogenic impact and disturbance regimes driving ecosystem function in a floodplain wetland complex
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               Poster# 71          Leire Garate, Anders Lanzén
Keystone species of coastal ecosystems from the Bay of Biscay
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               Poster# 72          Sara Atienza Casas, Markus Majaneva, Thomas Jensen, Marie Davey, Frode Fossøy, Knut Bækkelie, Karl Øystein Gjelland, Ann Schartau, Torbjørn Ekrem
The use of eDNA and DNA metabarcoding in monitoring the ecological condition of Norwegian lakes
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               Poster# 73          Denis Caudron, Lucie Galland, Melanie Taquet, Valentin Vasselon
The Wild Rivers Program: Development of a “Wild Rivers” Conservation Label to be used by River Management
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               Poster# 74          Prabir Roy
There's always a better way: The application of eDNA to effectively assess biodiversity.
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               Poster# 75          Franziska Chucholl, Laura Epp, Gernot Segelbacher
Year-round monitoring and large-scale screening of native and invasive crayfishes in lotic systems
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WG5: Implementation Strategy & Legal Issues
               Poster# 137        Tiina Laamanen, Veera Norros, Sanna Suikkanen, Mikko Tolkkinen, Kristiina Vuorio, Petteri Vihervaara, Päivi Sirkiä, Kirsten Jørgensen, Pirkko Kortelainen, Anna Reunamo, Marko Järvinen, Kristian Meissner
A pilot for implementing environmental DNA (eDNA) based methods into environmental and biomonitoring
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               Poster# 138        Sophie Lardy-Fontan, Raphael Maillard
Creation of a New European Metrology Network on Pollution Monitoring (POLMO)
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               Poster# 139        Tomasz Rewicz, Piotr Gadawski, Tomasz Mamos, Łukasz Trębicki, Grzegorz Tończyk, Grzegorz Michoński, Andrzej Zawal, Paul Hebert, Vladimir Pesic, Michal Grabowski
First complex aquatic biodiversity assessment via DNA barcoding in an ancient lake basin
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               Poster# 140        Erik Rohe, Paul Schmidt Yáñez, Michael Monaghan
Impacts of mountain forest dieback on aquatic insect communities: A DNA metabarcoding analysis of samples from the Bavarian Forest
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               Poster# 141        Karolina Bacela-Spychalska, Annette Taugbøl, Wiesław Babik, Maciej Pabijan, David Strand, Trude Vralstad, Katarzyna Janik-Superson, Dominik Strapagiel, Grzegorz Tonczyk, Monika Baranowska, Szymon Sniegula
The ecology of ponds in the context of human activity and geography – environmental DNA and beyond
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               Poster# 142        Sonja Leidenberger, Iqram Muhammed, Sarah J. Bourlat
Why are so many Northern European aquatic invertebrates missing in red-listing and how can we improve assessments for those?
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