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Presentations and posters at ECN and ESA 2014

Our lab has had an eventful joint ECN/ESA 2014 meeting and presentation/poster schedule of activities. Most presentations are now posted. Great meetings – even won recognition for our Twitter contributions.

ECN 2014

Symposium – Harvesting the fruits of our labor: Utilizing collections databases to advance 21st century entomology.

1. Neil Cobb, Katja Seltmann & Nico Franz. 2014. The current state of arthropod biodiversity data: Addressing impacts of global change. Presentation.

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Symbiota poster at the 10th International Mycological Congress

This a belated poster upload of an innovative study on assessing the accuracy of voucher identifications for lichenized fungi records stored in the Symbiota software platform, presented by Robert Lücking of The Field Museum of Natural History and co-authors at the the 10th International Mycological Congress, Bangkok,Thailand, held on August 03-08, 2014.

Complete poster title: Lücking, R., E. Gilbert, N. Franz, P. Morris, S. Bates, B Thiers & C. Gries. 2014. The Symbiota Portal for North American Collections of Plants, Fungi, and Lichens: how to address the problem of incorrect taxon identifications. inlarge on-line specimen repositories. Poster, 10th International Mycological Congress, Bangkok,Thailand, held on August 03-08, 2014. PDF available here: LueckingEtAl2014-SymbiotaTaxonIdentifications

Hasbrouck Insect Collection poster presentations at 21st SoLS Undergraduate Symposium

ASUHIC and Franz Lab students contributed two research posters to this year’s 21st Annual Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium of ASU’s School of Life Sciences, held on the afternoon of April 04, 2014. Here are the authors, titles, and links to PDFs. Well done, all!

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ESA 2013 Annual Meeting – two posters on North American and Colombian weevils

Our group is giving a regular and a virtual poster on weevils at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, held in Austin, TX. The corresponding PDFs are posted here (click on the titles). Andrew Jansen and Guanyang Zhang are also presenting on southwest U.S. and Cuban entimine weevils, respectively. An ESA 2013 meeting review will be forthcoming. The image shows Pachyrhinus californicus (Horn, 1976).