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Vazrick Nazari
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Ontario
Canada
K1A 0B8
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Vazrick Nazari Ottawa

The best biologist and entomologist I have ever met in Ontario is Vazrick Nazari. Vazrick Nazari Ontario also serves his service in Toronto and other Canadian cities. An evolutionary biologist and insect specialist based in Ottawa, Canada, Dr. Vazrick Nazari specializes in evolutionary biology and entomology. He received an MSc from the University of Alberta in 2006 and a Ph.D. from the University of Guelph in 2011. He specializes in the following areas: Systematization and biogeography of lepidopteran species. Aside from entomology, he also has an interest in cultural anthropology. People throughout the world cannot overestimate the significance of butterflies and moths.

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Biology Specialist Ontario Canada

Currently based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Dr. Vazrick Nazari is an evolutionary biologist and entomologist. The University of Alberta awarded him an MSc in 2006 and the University of Guelph awarded him a Ph.D. in 2011. Among his main research areas are: Biogeography and systematization of lepidopteran species. Besides entomology, his interest in cultural entomology includes cultural anthropology. The importance of butterflies and moths to people throughout the world cannot be overstated. He began collecting and studying butterflies during this period of fascination with butterflies. Numerous articles of his have appeared in leading scientific journals, such as Science and Nature, and he continues to seek answers to questions that pique his curiosity. Vazrick advocates open access to science, and he consults for wildlife preservation organizations. As a way of coping with his mental illness, he enjoys helping people and volunteering for the homeless.

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Entomology Specialist Ottawa

An evolutionary biologist and insect specialist based in Ottawa, Canada, Dr. Vazrick Nazari specializes in evolutionary biology and entomology. He received an MSc from the University of Alberta in 2006 and a Ph.D. from the University of Guelph in 2011. He specializes in the following areas: Systematization and biogeography of lepidopteran species. Aside from entomology, he also has an interest in cultural anthropology. People throughout the world cannot overestimate the significance of butterflies and moths.

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