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Bat research area

Staff and research team

The Museum Chiropteran Research Area actually is formed by four people. Dr. Carles Flaquer is on charge of the Area and cooperates with Xavier Puig-Montserrat a bat specialist from the Galanthus Trust. Two PhD bat students Adrià López-Baucells and Maria Mas are developing their projects with the Museum supervision and in agreement with other institutions.


Carles Flaquer

Carles Flaquer

Bat research area coordinator

Undertook a 5-year BSc in Biology at Autonomous University of Barcelona, where he concluded his MSc on Ecology and conducted his PhD, whose field work was based at Ebre’s Delta (Iberian Peninsula). There he investigated the effects of bat boxes in...


Xavier Puig

Xavier Puig

Bat research area collaborator

He undertook a BSc and MSc in Enviromental Science at Girona University, where he is currently carrying out his PhD on bat population modellization, under the supervision of Dr. Carlos ibáñez (CSIC Doñana).His main area of expertise is bat ecology, with...


Maria Mas

Maria Mas

Bat research area collaborator

BSc in Biology by Autonomous University of Barcelona. She is currently carrying out her MSc in Conservation Science by University of Barcelona with a thesis dedicated to neotropical insectivorous bat stratification in Central Amazon, supervised by...


Adrià López Baucells

Adrià López Baucells

Bat research area collaborator

He started working at the Bat Research Group, Natural Science Museum of Granollers, Catalunya in 2005. Since then he has collaborated on several projects regarding telemetry, habitat selection, biogeography, behavior, migration, marking methods...


Toni Arrizabalaga

Toni Arrizabalaga

Museum's director and curator

He concluded BSc in Barcelona’s University in 1982, specializing in small mammal’s, bats and carnivorous distribution and parasitology. His works mainly focused in the Natural Areas in Catalonia since 1987, when he started as a director of the Natural Science Museum...


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