Alexandros Ntakis

Alexandros Ntakis

Scientific Personnel

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Short CV

  • B.Sc. on Marine Sciences, University of Aegean, School of the Environment, Dep. of Marine Sciences (2002-2007)
  • M.Sc. on Organic Agriculture, University of Ioannina, School of Sciences, Dep. of Chemistry (2009-2011)

Begun his working experience as fish biologist at the Dep. of Biological Applications and Technologies, University of Ioannina, as contractor (2009). Participated in the training program of graduates at the National Hatchery Station of Louros (2010-2011), under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Agriculture.

Continued to collaborate as constructor with the Dep. of Biological Applications and Technologies until 2017, participating in 16 national and international projects in total. In 2012 attended the DEST Taxonomy training program in University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Laboratory of Speleology while in 2014 enrolled in a seminar Ecological-environmental sustainable management and administration of infrastructure, buildings etc.

His research interests are on Ecological Quality Assessments of Lotic Ecosystems, Conservation and Protection of Freshwater Ichthyofauna and Management, Taxonomical classification of Amphipods, Decapoda larval developement.

He has contributed in 8 papers in peer- reviewed journals, as well as participated in 8 national and international conferences (2010 – 2017).

Indicative Publications

  • Liasko R., Anastasiadou Ch., Ntakis A., 2017. Eco-morphological consequences of the “rostal loss” in the intertidal marine shrimp Hippolyte sapphica morphotypes. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 98(07): 1667-1673.
  • Ntakis A., Anastasiadou Ch., Zakšek V., Fišer C., 2015. Phylogeny and biogeography of three new species of Niphargus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from Greece. Zoologischer Anzeiger – A Journal of Comparative Zoology 255: 32-46.
  • Liasko R., Anastasiadou Ch., Ntakis A., Leonardos I.D., 2014. How a sharp rostral dimorphism affects the life history, population structure and adaptability of a small shrimp: the case study of Hippolyte sapphica. Marine Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/maec.12149
  • Ntakis A., Liasko R., Oikonomou A., Leonardos I., 2014. Growth pattern of an endemic and endangered West Balkan Peninsula trout species (Salmo lourosensis, Delling, 2010). Journal of Applied Ichthyology 31, 1: 180-183.
  • Liasko R., Anastasiadou Ch., Ntakis A., Gkenas Ch., Leonardos I.D., 2012. Morphological differentiation among native trout populations in North-Western Greece. Journal of Biological Research 17: 33–43.
  • Anastasiadou Ch., Ntakis A., Leonardos I.D., 2011. Larval development of the freshwater shrimp Atyaephyra desmarestii (Millet, 1831) sensu lato (Decapoda: Caridea: Atyidae) and morphological maturation from juveniles to adults. Zootaxa 2877: 41-54.
  • Ntakis A., Anastasiadou Ch., Liasko R., Leonardos I.D., 2010. Larval development of the shrimp Hippolyte sapphica d’Udekem ’Acoz, 1993 forma A and B (Decapoda: Caridea: Hippolytidae) reared in the laboratory, confirmation of the conspecific status of the two forms. Zootaxa 2579: 45–58.
  • Leonardos I.D., Tsikliras A. C., Batzakas I., Ntakis A., Liousia V., 2009. Lifehistory characteristics of the endangered Aristotle’s catfish (Silurus aristotelis Garman, 1890), Lake Pamvotis, north-western Greece. Journal of Applied Ichtyology 25: 746-751.
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