In cities, dragonflies are susceptible to falling into ecological traps of polarized light. Claudia Patricia Mamani Medina argues that we can help their conservation by detecting and camouflaging potential ecological traps in urban elements.
Claudia Patricia Mamani Medina
Universidad Mayor de San Andrés
Claudia Mamani Medina is a biology student of last year at the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. She worked as research assistant at the Colección Boliviana de Fauna. Claudia is working on her thesis degree with dragonflies and ecological traps of polarized light, and is the vice president of the Scientific Society of Biology carreer, coordinator of the communication and diffusion team of Kaaijayu GYBN-Bolivia, co-leader of the curatory team at TEDxUMSA 2021 and as part of the EntoPOC instars, is member of the Dragonfly Society of the Americas, and the Sociedad de Odonatología Latinoamericana.