Archive | October 2012
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By Matthias Buck, Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton —————————————— For many of us who are working as taxonomists, describing new species has become somewhat of a routine. Sometimes it can even become a burdensome chore: I am thinking about those of us who work on hyperdiverse groups of insects in the tropics where almost every species […]
Vivez une expérience audio visuelle hors du commun en compagnie du conférencier Étienne Normandin. Musiques, sons et vidéos de la BBC et de « Bugs of the underworld » sont au menu dans le but d’émerveiller vos sens à la beauté et à la fantastique entomofaune aquatique. Les insectes aquatiques ont été les premiers insectes à apparaître […]
The Entomological Society of Canada is looking for volunteers for the upcoming JAM, November 3-7! Volunteering looks great on your CV, is an excellent way to meet new people, and is fun! The Student Affairs Committee worked hard to keep student registration rates low, so we need a very strong showing of student volunteers to […]
A friendly reminder from Adrian Thysse about the JAM 2012 Photo Competition! _____________________________ The deadline for submission to the 2012 JAM photo competition is October 30! All JAM 2012 participants are eligible to enter, so why not submit your best shots now? The theme for the competition will be Canadian Arthropods, and there are four categories: Dead – […]
The results of the Eighth Annual ESC Photo Contest have been announced! Judges Kirk Hillier, Kenna MacKenzie, and Rick West faced a difficult task, selecting the winners from among 67 high-quality entries. The top seven selection will be printed on the cover of all issues of Volume 145 (2013) of The Canadian Entomologist. The photos […]
Hi, my name is Holly Caravan and I am a PhD student in Dr. Tom Chapman’s social insect lab at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Currently my work is focused on galling aphids and their potential for antimicrobial activity within the gall. This past summer I visited Dr. Patrick Abbot’s lab at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN) […]