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From Micro to Macro: The Trophic Regulation of a Multispecies Protective Mutualism

Dr. Elizabeth Pringle Faculty, University of Nevada, Reno In this presentation, Dr. Elizabeth Pringle explains – and provides examples of – mutualism in the natural world. She…

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The Wonderful World of Lauxanioid Flies, and the Solution to a 100 Year Old Mystery

Dr. Steve Gaimari Plant Pest Diagnostics Center, California Department of Food and Agriculture Steve Gaimari is very enthusiastic about his specialty – the study of flies – and has a…

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I got your back: my movies and research on the evolution of defense and locomotion of slug and nettle caterpillar moths (Lepidoptera_ Limacodidae) 1989-present

Dr. Marc Epstein Senior Insect Biosystematist, California Department of Food & Agriculture; Research Associate, Smithsonian Institution Dr. Epstein’s job with the State of California…

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Factors Affecting Honeybee Queen Mating and Reproduction

Dr. Elina Lastro Nino Assistant Specialist in CE, Department of Entomology & Nematology, UC Davis Dr. Elina Lastro Nino directs the E.L. Nino Bee Lab at the UC Davis Honey Bee Research…

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Chemical Aggressive Mimicry in Solitary Bee Nest Parasites: Host Range in the Southwestern US

Leslie Saul-Gershenz PhD Candidate, Department of Entomology, UC, Davis Ms. Saul-Gershenz opens her talk with the assertion that scientists should use less jargon and make their work more…

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