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10 June 2024
Citizen Science
#IPMPopillia
Prof. Francesco Nardi (University of Siena) and Prof. Rossella Annoni (junior high school G. Falcone, Cassina de' Pecchi, Milan) have been working together, this past year, with class 2D (12-13 years old pupils) on Popillia within the context of the ...
29 May 2024
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Monitoring
Since 2023, the village of Kloten north of Zurich is not only famous for the Zurich Airport and for having a great ice hockey team, but also for harboring the first Popillia population in Europe north of the Alps. In summer and autumn of 2023, huge e...
29 November 2023
Citizen Science
#IPMPopillia
SPOTTERON designed a folder for IPM Popillia for the Italian Citizen Science Conference in Pisa, which we attended last weekend. This folder serves as an introduction to the project for fellow Citizen Science initiatives and individuals potentially i...
IPM_LifeCycle_Header2_EN_DO-08-09 Life Cycle P.Japonica

Visualizing insights in our science communication: infographics for Citizen Scientists

For some time now, we have opened up our Popillia Japonica research to Citizen Science. With the support of volunteer Citizen Scientists, we are trying to gather more information about the distribution of the Japanese beetle through the IPM Popillia's Citizen Science App. Invasive species such as the Japanese Beetle pose a severe threat to biodiversity and impacting over 400 different plant species. The observations provided by Citizen Scientists are analyzed and incorporated into our ongoing research. In gratitude for their scientific assistance, we strive to communicate our findings back to the community.

Life Cycle of Popillia Japonica

To kick off this effort, we've collaborated with SPOTTERON to create an informative infographic detailing the life cycle of P. Japonica. This resource is designed to inform future Citizen Scientists across various platforms about when and where they can expect to encounter the Japanese beetle - whether as a larva in the soil or as an adult beetle on plants. To stay updated, please visit our blog, where we try to share our latest findings regularly with you!

Also, of course, we hope you like the infographic! Check it out below!

Social Media Format Life Cycle Popillia Japonica


Download the infographic: Life Cycle of Popillia japonica

Would you be interested in using the infographic for educational and science communication purposes? Below, you will find two different PDF variations of the infographic to download. Please take note of the citation requirements: as a release under the license of Creative Commons BY: Infographic "Popilla japonica Life Cycle" by SPOTTERON Citizen Science Platform - www.spotteron.net for IPM Popillia Horizon 2020 project | www.popillia.eu (website linked if possible).

For inquiries about special variations of the infographic, please feel free to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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