The 2005 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition
December 15-18, 2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Saturday, December 17, 2005: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Room 125 (Convention Center, Ground Level)

Section E Symposium: Cactus Moth: The Problem, Impacts, and a Cooperative Effort at Detection and Test of a Containment Strategy, or Don't Let Cacto Blast US !

Organizer(s): Joel Floyd,
Kenneth A. Bloem,
Stephanie Bloem,
1:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:35 PM0844An introduction to the Cactus moth problem, or Tequila is not made from cactus  [ Recorded presentation ]
Kenneth A. Bloem,
1:50 PM0845The potential economic/ecological impact of the Cactus moth in North America, or The good, the bad, and the potential for ugly  [ Recorded presentation ]
Lynn J. Garrett,
2:05 PM0846Fine structure and function of sensilla on mouthparts and antennae of Cactoblastis cactorum and native species, or Beauty is more than skin deep  [ Recorded presentation ]
Gerald T. Baker,, Richard L. Brown,
2:20 PM0847Characterizing the sex pheromone of Cactoblastis cactorum , or Chanel Number 3 and a half
Robert R. Heath,, Nancy D. Epsky,, Peter E. A. Teal, Barbara Deuben,, Juan Cibrian-Tovar,
2:35 PM0848Studies of mating behavior, pheromone production, and adult flight activity to monitor the spread of the Cactus moth, or Kinsey gets back to his entomologicial roots  [ Recorded presentation ]
Stephen D. Hight,
2:50 PM0849A weather based system to predict when and where the Cactus moth is doing what, or Some like it hot
Daniel M. Borchert,
3:05 PM0850Developing a sterile insect technique approach to manage the spread of the Cactus moth, or Safe sex on the beach
James E. Carpenter,
3:20 PM0851Implementing a cooperative approach to detect and test containment of the Cactus moth on the US Gulf Coast, or No spring break for the Cactus moth
Joel Floyd,

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