Keywords: Biogeography, macroecology, macroevolution, mammals, megafauna ,phylogentics, trait-evolution Google Scholar profile Allison is the coordinator for the Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre (GGBC) and the Antonelli Lab.She studied ecology (BSc, 2008) at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada and protist systematics (Ph D, 2013) at Uppsala University in Uppsala, Sweden.Jonna is currently doing a Ph D under the supervision of Alexandre Antonelli and Bernard Pfeil at Bio Env.

She did her Master's degree in the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, INPA working with the impact of past fire in flooded forest in birds.

She worked with phylogenetics analyses and landscape genetics of Elaenia ruficeps (Aves - Tyrannidae).

Currently she is a Ph D student at the University of Gothenburg under the main supervision of Alexandre Antonelli and she works with the hidden diversity of the Amazon using environmental DNA.

Her project has the goal to quantify the diversity of Amazon with samples of soils and insects and to compare the different forest types várzeas, igapós, terra firmes and campinas.

He is a biogeographer with interests in both ecology and evolution, focusing on overall preferable global patterns.

Most of his recent work has been focused on mammals but he has also worked on many other organisms.

Allison is an avid traveler and adventurer, hiker, SCUBA diver, mushroom connoisseur, fossil hunter and all-around nerd.

Keywords: Public outreach, Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre, biogeography, biodiversity, protists, scientific editing, systematics Josué is currently doing a Ph D under the supervision of Alexandre Antonelli at Bio Env, University of Gothenburg.

Keywords: Biogeography, Biodiversity, Evolution, Systematics, Neotropics Google Scholar profile See full CV Daniele is an Assistant Professor at Gothenburg University.