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Michal Rindoš

  Institute of Entomology CAS
Branisovska 31
370 05 Ceske Budejovice
Czech Republic

Michal Rindoš is a Slovakian, born on 9. December 1988 in Poprad (Slovakia). In age of 11, he started to collect and breeding butterflies and moths and five years later he started with first local faunistic surveys. After grammar school he started to study general biology and focusing on tritrophic interactions of Lepidoptera on the Comenius University in Bratislava. Since 2015 he moved to Budweis where he continues to study phylogeny and biogeography of Lepidoptera on the University of South Bohemia. In the same year he started to work as the research assistant on Institute of Entomology of Czech Academy of Sciences. Michal currently is focusing on collecting and studying Lymantriinae of the Old World and running the mapping of Slovakian Heterocera. In his free time he is also dealing with the systematics and biology of hymenopteran parasitoids of Lepidoptera.

Selected publications:

[All publications by Researchgate]

Melichar T & Řezáč M & Rindoš M 2015. Ambulyx rawlinsi sp. n. (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) – A new species of hawkmoth form Indonesia. The European Entomologist. 7(1): 1-13.

Melichar T & Řezáč M & Rindoš M 2016. Book Review: A revision of the genus Calliteara Butler, 1881 (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Lymantriinae). Nota Lepidopterologica. 39(2): 109–110.