Tuesday, 16 November 2004: 7:30 PM-10:30 PM

253 A-B (Salt Palace L-2)

Symposium: North American Dipterists Society

Organizer(s): C. Riley Nelson, rileynelson@byu.edu
7:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
7:40 PM0868The history and future of Diptera studies in Utah and western North America  [ Recorded presentation ]
C. Riley Nelson, rileynelson@byu.edu
8:00 PM0869Asmeringa lindsleyi Sturtevant and Wheeler (Diptera: Ephydridae):Biogeographic anomaly or taxonomic fallacy?  [ Recorded presentation ]
Wayne N. Mathis, mathis.wayne@nmnh.si.edu, Tadeusz Zatwarnicki, zatwar@uni.opole.pl
8:20 PM0870The phylogeny of bee flies  [ Recorded presentation ]
Michelle Trautwein, traut4@yahoo.com
8:40 PM0871The Selenge River Basin insect survey in Mongolia
John C. Morse, jmorse@clemson.edu, Jon K. Gelhaus, gelhaus@acnatsci.org
9:00 PM0872Pandora's stump: Diversity of Mycetophilidae in the Great Basin of North America
Robert L. Johnson, r_johnson@byu.edu, Mark Nelson, C. Riley Nelson, rileynelson@byu.edu
9:20 PM0873Great Basin Diptera: 2005 Field Meeting of the North American Dipterists' Society in eastern Oregon
Greg Courtney, gwcourt@iastate.edu, C. Riley Nelson, rileynelson@byu.edu
9:40 PM0874Diptera and dipterists: What's new in Washington and around the world
Christian Thompson, cthompso@sel.barc.usda.gov
10:00 PMDiscussion

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