Mag. Florian Etl

PhD-Student
4. floor, room 414
t: +43 (0)1 4277-540 83
m: florian.etl@gmail.com

© F. Etl

Title of the Doctoral Thesis


Mechanisms of reproductive isolation and adaptations to different pollinators in complex pollination networks of tropical Araceae

Research interests


  • Pollination biology
  • Seed dispersal
  • Entomology
  • Tropical ecology

 Curriculum Vitae

Education and scientific career

  • 2016– PhD-student
  • 2016–2020 Prae-doc university assistant
  • 2011–2013 Diploma theses
  • 2011 (Oct) Students assistant at the TBA field course in Tropical Ecology and Conservation, Malaysia, Borneo, Danum Valley field centre and data collection on Alocasia sarawakensis (Araceae)
  • 2011 (Feb) Data collection on Dieffenbachia aurantiaca (Araceae) in Costa Rica, tropical field station La Gamba
  • 2010 (Oct) TBA (Tropical Biology Association) field course in Tropical Ecology and Conservation in Malaysia, Borneo, Danum Valley field centre
  • 2010–2012 Scientific project collaborator in the FWF-project "Evolution and functionality of kettle traps in the Araceae". Investigating pollination biology, thermogenesis and fruit dispersal of Araceae in Costa Rica and Borneo
  • 2009 National Park Ranger in the national park "Neusiedlersee-Seewinkel". Generating projects in environmental education
  • 2009–2010 Scientific project collaborator on honey bee magnetoreception (IMP Vienna, Oxford University field station). Conditioning honeybees to distinguish between different magnetic fields
  • 2006 Study of biology (ecology) at the University of Vienna, Austria

Publications


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2019


Maia, A. C. D., Grimm, C., Schubert, M., Etl, F., Gonçalves, E. G., Do Amaral Ferraz Navarro, D. M., Schulz, S., & Dötterl, S. (2019). Correction to: Novel Floral Scent Compounds from Night-Blooming Araceae Pollinated by Cyclocephaline Scarabs (Melolonthidae, Cyclocephalini). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 45(2), 214-215. doi.org/10.1007/s10886-018-1026-1


Etl, F., Brandauer, S. S., Brandauer, P., Prader, S., Neier, V., Dötterl, S., & Schönenberger, J. (2019). Flower visitors of Calathea lutea (Marantaceae): The role of the hummingbird Threnetes ruckeri. Acta ZooBot Austria , 156, 183-196.


Maia, A. C. D., Grimm, C., Schubert, M., Etl, F., Gonçalves, E. G., Do Amaral Ferraz Navarro, D. M., Schulz, S., & Dötterl, S. (2019). Novel Floral Scent Compounds from Night-Blooming Araceae Pollinated by Cyclocephaline Scarabs (Melolonthidae, Cyclocephalini). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 45(2), 204-213. doi.org/10.1007/s10886-018-1018-1


2018


Junker, R. R., Kuppler, J., Amo, L., Blande, J. D., Borges, R. M., van Dam, N. M., Dicke, M., Dötterl, S., Ehlers, B. K., Etl, F., Gershenzon, J., Glinwood, R., Gols, R., Groot, A. T., Heil, M., Hoffmeister, M., Holopainen, J. K., Jarau, S., John, L., ... Köllner, T. G. (2018). Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: biosynthetic constraints and eco-evolutionary implications. New Phytologist, 220(3), 739-749. doi.org/10.1111/nph.14505


2017


Etl, F., Franschitz, A., Aguiar, A. J. C., Dötterl, S., & Schönenberger, J. (2017). Perfume-collecting male oil bees? Evidence for a novel pollination system involving Anthurium acutifolium (Araceae) and Paratetrapedia chocoensis (Apidae, Tapinotaspidini). In XIX IBC 2017, Abstract Book I: Oral Presentations (pp. 248-249). [T2-55-06]


2016


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Etl, F. (2013). Reproduktionsökologie tropischer Aronstabgewächse (Araceae) am Beispiel von Dieffenbachia aurantiaca (Costa Rica) und Alocasia sarawakensis (Borneo). Diplomarbeit. Universität Wien, Wien.