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Timing:5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
As we do it daily, CUBE chatShaala will be starting at 5.30 pm and as a continuation of it, from 8.30 pm, there will be NAIL REGENERATION WORKSHOP today in CUBE chatShaala.
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CUBE ChatShaala on 30th December 2020
31 CUBists from 28 Centres had joined the webinar
Jorhat: Ishita Sonowal
Sonari: Susanta Tanti
AND College: Aastha Ahuja
Dyal Singh College: Dr P. Chitralekha
Faridabad: Rahul Kushwaha
Ranchi: Manjuel Jojo
Kanke, Ranchi: Ram Deepak
Morabadi: Rechel Tirkey
The Cochin College, Ernakulam: Ashikha Farzana, Devika Devanath, Essabell Philomina, Manjula Bhat
Thriprayar, Thrissur: Aswathy Suresh
Muvattupuzha: Fathima Ashraf
Thrissur: Sandra NS
Thanniam, Thrissur: Sidhy PP
Alapad, Thrissur: Vishnupriya
South Bombay: Arunan MC
Ghatkopar, Mumbai: Aashutosh Mule
Adarsha Vidyalaya, Chembur: Dhanashree Chandankar
Nerul: Drishtant M Kawale
HBCSE, Mumbai: DP
Powai: Lydia Mathew
Bandra, Mumbai: Saida Sayyed
Panvel, Navi Mumbai: Shraddha Sonawane
Prabhadevi, Mumbai: Yash Sheregare
Moradabad: Kiran Yadav
Kolkata: Batul Pipewala
Garden High School: Koulab Mukherjee
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We got very interesting questions on the egg laying behaviour of butterflies…
@Sandra shared an interesting story of her study that she has got caterpillar of Red-pierrot Butterfly on Kalanchoe plant leaf…
Discussion went on we could analyse that how do butterfly identify their host plants and how many host plants butterfly can have…
Meaning if Red-pierrot Butterfly is dependent on single species of Kalanchoe plant which is not a common plant so how do these Butterflies will survive if there’s no alternative…
@Sandra can we make an Hypothesis and modify our set up in such a way that we would able to understand the butterfly and plant host specificity?..
These are the different types of Kalanchoe plant species mentioned on Whiteboard during chatshaala from a reference.
Question remains the same:
Do butterflies lay eggs on different species of the same genus plant?..
Does one butterfly can choose different species as well?.
Single plant can also be the host plant for two different species of Butterflies?.
Like common mormon and lime Butterfly lay eggs on lemon plant…
We should know that who are the other people who working on same model system likewise @Sandra attempted to shate one of her collaborators work
that’s @Vishnupriya work.
@Vishnupriya is working on butterflies and currently she has 5 different Butterflies.
@Vishnupriya please give us the story’of your work and your plan of work…
References shared during the discussion
Kalanchoe , also written Kalanchöe or Kalanchoë, is a genus of about 125 species of tropical,
succulent flowering plants in the family Crassulaceae, mainly native to Madagascar and tropical Africa.
Kalanchoe was one of the first plants to be sent into spacehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalanchoe
https://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/sp/743/Talicada-nyseus host plants of red Pierrot are different
species of kalanchoe
https://threatenedtaxa.org/index.php/JoTT/article/view/1854/3155 has table which discusses about
other host plants of red pierrot butterfly eg - bryophyllum calycinum
PDF | A large proportion of phytophagous insect species are specialised on one or a few host plants, and female host plant preference is predicted to be... | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate