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

Floridian Ballroom B-C (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Historical and Ecological Patterns

Moderator(s): David L. Wagner
Conrad Labandeira
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:05 AM0269They died like flies: Insect extinction and slowdown in the Phanerozoic
Edmund Jarzembowski
8:30 AM0270Quaternary extinctions: An apparent misnomer when applied to the Coleoptera
Allan Ashworth
8:50 AM0271Patterns of diversity and preservation in the fossil record of Coleoptera
Dena Smith
9:10 AM0272Insect feeding in deep time tracks global change
Peter Wilf
9:30 AM0273Insect herbivore extinction at the K/T event: Contrasting taxonomic and ecologic data
Conrad Labandeira
9:50 AMBreak
10:10 AM0274The missing links: Case studies of insect extinction and survival in North America
Robert Dunn, Jeffrey A. Lockwood
10:25 AM0275How many species are we really losing? The endemic Hawaiian Heteroptera as a surrogate system for the planet at large
Dan A. Polhemus
10:40 AM0276Biological and anthropogenic patterns of extinction in Hawaii: using that which is not
James K Liebherr
10:55 AM0277Insect extinction and rarity in the Northeast: Taxonomic, geographic, and ecological themes
David L. Wagner
11:10 AM0278Selective patterns of imperilment among the butterflies species of eastern North America
Michael W. Nelson
11:30 AM0279The magnitude of global insect diversity and extinction
Nigel Stork

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition