Romain Garrouste
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Romain Garrouste


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Romain GARROUSTE is an evolutionary biologist, ecologist and taxonomist specialized in insect biodiversity and palaeobiodiversity, with applications in conservation. He's involved in several research programs including biodiversity exploration and fossil prospecting in France, Arctic (Svalbard), Neotropics (mainly French Guyana), Madagascar, Pacific (Clipperton and New-Caledonia, Australia). He's inventor and co-inventor of new fossil outcrops in France, Svalbard, Madagascar and New-Caledonia.

Entomology Paleontology

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Museum national d'Histoire naturelle

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September 2, 2014
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