Sunday, 17 November 2002: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Room 118-119 (Convention Center, Ground Level)

SOLA Scarab Workers

Moderator(s): Andrew B. T. Smith
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PM0200Megadiversity upon megadiversity: mites and the Scarabaeoidea
Barry M. OConnor
1:35 PM0201Revision, phylogeny, and biogeography of the dung beetle tribe Eucraniini, and evolution of its food relocation behavior: a total evidence analysis
Federico C. Ocampo
1:55 PM0202Dung beetles as habitat quality indicators in lowland Belize: some preliminary lessons learned
William B. Warner
2:15 PM0203Rockin' and rolling: evolutionary patterns in the sacred scarab and its kin
T. Keith Philips
2:35 PMBreak
2:45 PM0204The New World Gymnetini (Cetoniinae): an overview of classification and biology
Brett C. Ratcliffe
3:05 PM0205Wisconsin Scarabaeoidea: A faunistic survey for the Great Lakes region
Nadine L. Kriska
3:25 PM0206Hypothyce and Texas Geology
William B. Godwin
3:45 PM0207Native and exotic scarabs as pests
Michael Klein
4:05 PM0208An introduction to Florida's sand dune systems and it's unique scarabs
Paul E. Skelley
4:25 PM0209News, announcements, and open discussion
Andrew B. T. Smith

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition