ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Undergraduate Student Poster Display Competition, SysEB-2

Monday, November 14, 2011: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizer :
Jason R. Cryan


To Baetidae or not to Baetidae: comprehensive phylogeny of baeitid mayflies
Tyler Smith, Utah Valley University ; Albert Zylstra, Utah Valley University ; T. Heath Ogden, Utah Valley University
A taxonomic review of the North American band-winged grasshopper genus, Encoptolophus (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Oedipodinae)
Roberto Antonio Gomez, University of New Mexico ; William C. Edelman, University of New Mexico ; David C. Lightfoot, University of New Mexico ; Kelly B. Miller, University of New Mexico
Explorations into the amazing diversity of Pseudomezium: an endemic and enigmatic genus from South Africa
Michelle E. Smiley, Western Kentucky University ; T. Keith Philips, Western Kentucky University
Temporal and geographic patterns of the great arctic butterfly (Oeneis nevadensis)
Fiona Le Taro, University of Guelph ; Gard W. Otis, University of Guelph
Seasonal abundance of carrion beetles (Coleoptera) as a potential forensic tool
Araceli Rosillo, Sam Houston State University ; Sibyl R. Bucheli, Sam Houston State University
The Taber-Keller trap: a modification of the Berlese funnel to entrap flying insects
Oliver Keller, Saginaw Valley State University ; Stephen W. Taber, Saginaw Valley State University
The origins of posteruption insect populations on the Aleutian Island of Kasatochi
Sayde Ridling, University of Alaska ; Derek S. Sikes, University of Alaska
A preliminary phylogenetic analysis of the lichen moth genus Lycomorpha (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae: Lithosiini) using molecular data
Pablo Chialvo, University of Florida ; Clare H. Scott, University of Florida ; Marc Branham, University of Florida
The eye of Incisitermes minor: structure, functionality, and development
Kristen Schweigert, Azusa Pacific University ; Emily Ediger, Azusa Pacific University ; Nathan McClane, Azusa Pacific University ; Joy Lehman-Schletewitz, Azusa Pacific University ; Jessica DeWitt, Azusa Pacific University ; Taylor Rose, Azusa Pacific University ; Joshua Morris, Azusa Pacific University ; Jurgen Ziesmann, Azusa Pacific University
What’s for dinner? How novel phenotypes can influence prey selection in assassin bugs (Hemiptera: Reduviidae)
Julia Hope Potocnjak, University of Texas - Pan American ; Christopher Vitek, University of Texas - Pan American