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Melissa Sanchez Herrera and I are organizing a Sys-EB Section symposium for the 2019 EntSoc meeting in St. Louis, MO.
The symposium is entitled:
Bugs in Technicolor: How Color Research Advocates for Entomology
The reflection and emission of light from insect surfaces has both fascinated and inspired entomologists and the general public for centuries. The goal for our symposium is to provide a setting in which to discuss color research and its use in public outreach initiatives that aim to inspire insect curiosity and advocate for entomology. We have talks that will be given by entomologists from different continents / countries working on diverse, ingenuitive projects that incorporate insect coloration components including production, structures, perception and selection.
In addition to these talks, we intend to have an electronic exhibit of images, illustrations, and videos that fulfill these criteria and we are thus seeking submissions for this endeavor.
If you are interested in including an image please fill out the form below and upload your image / video!
Doctor of Philosophy Entomology
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
New Brunswick, NJ, USA
Dissertation | Physiological Color Change in The Blue-Fronted Dancer Damselfly: The Control and Function of Color Change in Argia apicalis Males (Odonata: Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae)
Committee | Michael May, PhD (chair), George Hamilton, PhD, Jessica Ware, PhD, Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, PhD, John Abbott, PhD
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