DRI Department of Restoration and Animal Ecology
assistant research fellow
endredi.anett [at]
+36 1 279 3100 / 309
+36 70 539 0756
Brief description of the main scopes: 

My area of interest is conservation biology and ecology, and I do research in two different fields: My main project is connecting to food web analysis. In this field, I am interested in comparing different (topological and dynamical) approaches to estimate the impact of single functional groups on the others in different food webs.
On the other hand, I am also working on an ex-situ conservation project at Szent István University, in which we try to develop efficient propagation and introduction methods for endangered plant species in Hungary. In this latter project, we are also interested in the relationships between the ecology and vulnerability of these endangered plant species.

Main profile in keywords: 
food webs, network analysis, statistics, ex-situ conservation
Selected publications: 


Kovács-Hostyánszki A., Földesi R., Báldi A., Endrédi A., Jordán F. (2019): The vulnerability of plant-pollinator communities to honeybee decline: A comparative network analysis in different habitat types Ecological indicators 97: pp. 35-50 More ››