ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Ten-Minute Papers, SysEB Section, Population Genetics, Biogeography, and Phylogeography

Tuesday, November 13, 2012: 8:30 AM-11:45 AM
301 D, Floor Three (Knoxville Convention Center)
Christiane Weirauch
Melissa Sanchez Herrera

8:30 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:33 AM
Rocky Mountain low: A non-linear Neuroptida (Insecta) longitude-landform age relationship in North America
Lawrence E. Stevens, Museum of Northern Arizona ; Jeri D. Ledbetter, Springs Stewardship Institute ; Marguerite Hendrie, Springs Stewardship Institute
8:45 AM
An unexpected mid-peninsular Pleistocene refuge in Baja California revealed by phylogeographic analyses of a plant-insect species pair
Ryan C. Garrick, University of Mississippi ; John D. Nason, Iowa State University ; Rodney J. Dyer, Virginia Commonwealth University
8:57 AM
Pleistocene history of two Eastern North American stoneflies, Acroneuria frisoni and Allocapnia granulata
Massimo Pessino, University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey ; Ember Chabot, New York Botanical Garden ; Rosanna Giordano, University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey ; R. Edward DeWalt, University of Illinois
9:09 AM
Haplotype analysis of global chili thrips (Scirtothrips dorsalis) populations using the metazoan barcode
Aaron M. Dickey, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Lance S. Osborne, University of Florida ; Vivek Kumar, University of Florida ; Robert G. Shatters, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Cindy L. McKenzie, USDA - ARS
9:21 AM
Large population size predicts the distribution of asexuality in scale insects
Nate B. Hardy, Cleveland Museum of Natural History ; Laura Ross, University of Oxford ; Benjamin B. Normark, University of Massachusetts
9:33 AM
Population genetics of stable and declining North American bumble bees (Bombus spp.)
Jeffrey D. Lozier, University of Alabama ; James Strange, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Sydney A. Cameron, University of Illinois
9:45 AM
Genetic diversity of human head lice (Pediculus humanus capitis) across the Americas
Marina Ascunce, University of Florida ; Jackie Fane, University of Florida ; Gebreyes Kassu, University of Florida ; Ariel C. Toloza, Centro de Investigaciones de Plagas e Insecticidas ; Maria I. Picollo, Centro de Investigaciones de Plagas e Insecticidas ; Angélica González-Oliver, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico ; David Reed, Florida Museum of Natural History
9:57 AM
10:12 AM
Conservation genetics of endangered prairie Lepidoptera
Emily V. Saarinen, University of Michigan, Dearborn
10:24 AM
Are the occurrences of remnant lepidopteran populations consistent with Compsilura concinnata as an agent of moth extirpation in New England?
Paul Z. Goldstein, University of Maryland ; Shelah Morita, Smithsonian Institution ; Grace Capshaw, Smithsonian Institution
10:36 AM
Genomics of an adaptive radiation in Heliconius butterflies
Brian A. Counterman, Mississippi State University
10:48 AM
Phylogeography of Pacific Islands Tortricidae (Lepidoptera)
Peter T. Oboyski, University of California
11:00 AM
11:12 AM
11:24 AM
Imported crazy ant extirpates imported fire ant, reduces and homogenizes grassland ant and arthropod assemblages
Edward G. LeBrun, University of Texas ; John C. Abbott, University of Texas ; Lawrence E. Gilbert, University of Texas
11:36 AM
Concluding Remarks