Monday, 18 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 316 (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Exotic ants in urban and agricultural environments

Moderator(s): Laurel D. Hansen
John H. Klotz
8:00 AMWelcoming Remarks
8:05 AM0317Future role of exotic insect pests in IPM
Michael K. Rust
8:25 AM0318Exotic ants of the world: A rogues' gallery
Sanford D. Porter
8:45 AM0319Invasion of the Solenopsis complex into North America
David F. Williams
9:05 AM0320The red imported fire ant in California
Les Greenberg
9:25 AM0321Controlling Argentine ants in citrus
John H. Klotz, Michael K. Rust, Philip Phillips, Ken Kido
9:45 AMBreak
9:55 AM0322Status and control of white-footed ant in South Florida
Rudolf Scheffrahn
10:15 AM0323Pharaoh ant distribution throughout urban environments
Karen M. Vail
10:35 AM0324Tramp ants in Guam and their association with aphids
Laurel D. Hansen, Ross H. Miller, Keith Pike
10:55 AM0325What limits the spread and impact of Argentine ants in North America
Andrew V. Suarez
11:15 AM0326Monitoring and response strategies for preventing and controlling ant invasions
Terrence P. McGlynn
11:35 AMConcluding Remarks

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition