How do butterflies see the world?
This event will occur at the Plympton Community Centre, with virtual attendance also (using Zoom communications software)
Butterflies can see the colours of mates and flowers better than humans. We will explore how colour and motion vision are wired in their brains, and how this affects their behaviour.
Presented by Dr Yuri Ogawa, Research Fellow at Flinders University.
To be a virtual attendee, register in advance for this meeting here:
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After registering, you will receive an email containing information about joining the meeting.
If you plan to attend in person, please note that meeting strict adherence to COVID-19 restrictions is important. If you have not received a designated job to help organize the meeting you will not be admitted to the Hall until 6.15 pm. Unfortunately we are limited to two hours occupation of the Hall so there will be no refreshments. Please sign in and provide your contact details (for insurance and contact tracing) and please use hand sanitizer.
At the Plympton Community Centre, 34 Long Street, Plympton.
(200 metres E of Marion Rd, and 300 metres N of Anzac Highway).
Bus from the city via Anzac Highway. Routes: 245, 248, 262, 263, 265, M44, N262.
Closest stop is Stop 9, then approximately 350 metre walk along Long Street.
Bus from the city via Marion Road. Routes 100, 101, H20.
Closest stop is Stop 10 (east side is approximately 100 metres south of Long street). Stop 10 (west side is on the other side of Moringie Ave. approx. 100 metres north of Long Street). Then approx.250 metre walk along Long Street.
Entry by donation (minimum of $2).
Bookings not required
At the start of each meeting a ten-minute presentation on a ‘Butterfly of the Month’ will be given by a BCSA committee member.
If an advertised speaker is not available, we will try to provide an alternative speaker of similar interest.
The views of presenters are their personal views. The BCSA does not necessarily endorse any views expressed.