BSc courses on 'Fauna and Flora' by Biosystematics

I am Fauna coordinator and lecturer in two BSc courses on the biology, diversity and systematics of arthropods/insects, namely 'Biodiversity of the Netherlands' and 'Webs of Terrestrial Diversity'. The first includes bike excursions around Wageningen and the second a 2-week excursion to the French Pyrenees! Below you find some impressions of the courses and links to the course websites.

BIS-10306 Biodiversity of the Netherlands

This course is in Dutch and for first year Biology students as well as Forest and Nature Conservation students.

BIS-21306 Webs of Terrestrial Diversity

This course is for second year Biology students with the specialization Ecology and Biodiversity.

Students of the Biodiversity course in action: catching aquatic insects in the ponds of Wageningen campus - next to the 'must leave' water beetle sculpture.