Enoka Kudavidanage


Enoka P. Kudavidanage



Enoka Kudavidanage has been working with Scarabaeine for the last four years, focusing mainly on the conservation of tropical rain forests. She is currently a final year PhD student at the Laboratory of Conservation Ecology, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore. She also teaches ecology and biodiversity conservation at the Department of Natural Resources, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. Her PhD research is on the effects of habitat degradation and forest fragmentation on the dung beetle communities in the lowland rain forests of Sri Lanka. She has a broad interest in the change of dung beetle diversity patterns across geo-climatic zones and how the communities are affected by anthropogenic land use changes. She is also collaborating with several scarab taxonomists to produce a revision of the scarabaeine dung beetles of
Sri Lanka.


Enoka P. Kudavidanage
Conservation Ecology Laboratory
Department of Biological Sciences
National University of Singapore
14 Science Drive 4

EMAIL: enokakudavidanage@gmail.com
URL: http://www.dbs.nus.edu.sg/lab/cons-lab/kudavidanage.html

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