Tuesday, December 11, 2007: 7:30 PM-10:30 PM

Eaton, Regency Courtyard, First Floor (Town & Country)

Symposium: Heteropterists Conference

Organizer(s): Scott Bundy, cbundy@nmsu.edu
Jeffery D. Bradshaw, bradshaw@iastate.edu
7:30 PM Introductory Remarks
7:35 PM 1116Over the river and through the lakes, to the waterfalls we go: A story of the evolution of naucorid habitat selection
Robert W. Sites, bugs@missouri.edu
7:55 PM 1117Isolation breeds innovation: Novel ecological niche shifts and morphological specializations in insular Pacific Heteroptera
Dan A. Polhemus, bugman@bishopmuseum.org
8:15 PM1118Sticky trap predation in Reduviidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
Christiane Weirauch, christiane.weirauch@ucr.edu
8:35 PM1119Little brown jobbers: Cryptic species in southwest Pacific Miridae
Michael A. Wall, mwall@sdnhm.org
8:55 PM Break
9:05 PM1120Bugs that look like other bugs (and maybe why)
Carl W. Schaefer, carl.schaefer@uconn.edu, Jane D. O'Donnell, jane.odonnell@uconn.edu
9:25 PM1121Repeated evidence of extended parental care in East Asian Sehirinae, and a possible evolutionary scenario
Lisa Filippi, biolzf@hofstra.edu, Mantaro Hironaka, Shintaro Nomakuchi
9:45 PM 1122Soapberry bugs (Rhopalidae: Serinethinae) of the world: How much (and little) we know
Scott P. Carroll, spcarroll@ucdavis.edu
10:05 PM Concluding Remarks

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