Megan Quail
  • Pwllpeiran Upland Research Centre

    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Batke, S.P., Chávez, J.D.R., Quail, M.R., Kessler, M., 2021. Nowhere to escape- Diversity and community composition of ferns and lycophytes on the highest mountain in Honduras. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 37. doi: 10.1017/S0266467421000122


Connor, M.A., Tarvin, S.E., Quail, M., Batke, S.P., 2021. Plant diversity and community composition in managed humid coastal dune slacks in NW England.  PLoS ONE. 16. doi: DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0256215


[In Review] Quail, M.R., Ramos, F.N., Dallimore, T., Ashton, P., Clayton-Brown, J., Provan, J., Batke, S.P., 2022. Surrounded by concrete: Genetic isolation of Tillandsia recurvata L. in an urban landscape in south-eastern Brazil. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society


Guest Lecturer: Field to Fork (Edge Hill University)


Megan is in the first year of her PhD in biological sciences with IBERS at Aberystwyth University. Alongside her studies, Megan works in the agricultural sector as a contract sheep shearer and farm hand, as well as helping to run the family farm in Leicestershire. She gained a first-class degree with honours in Biology from Edge Hill University, as well as a Masters of Research (MRes) qualification in tropical plant population genetics. Throughout her studies, Megan has been awarded four scholarships for achieving the highest grades across her course and faculty within Edge Hill University and has now been awarded the AberDoc scholarship to continue her studies at the PhD level within Aberystwyth University. During her PhD, Megan will focus on animal science/grazing behaviour of livestock and carbon emissions as part of ongoing research at Pwllpeira‌‌n Upland Research‌‌ Centre. 


  • Q Science (General)
  • S Agriculture (General)


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