ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Ten-Minute Papers, SysEB Section, Morphology, Fossils, and Physiology

Wednesday, November 14, 2012: 2:00 PM-4:45 PM
301 D, Floor Three (Knoxville Convention Center)
Matthew L. Buffington
Akito Yuji Kawahara

2:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
2:03 PM
A new lepidopteran fossil from the Canyon Ferry Reservoir Deposit in southwestern Montana
Jacqueline Miller, University of Florida ; Lee D. Miller, University of Florida ; Michael A. Ivie, Montana State University
2:15 PM
Wettability of the butterfly proboscis
Matthew S. Lehnert, Kent State University ; Daria Monaenkova, Clemson University ; Charles E. Beard, Clemson University ; Taras Andrukh, Clemson University ; Terri Bruce, Clemson University ; Peter H. Adler, Clemson University ; Konstantin G. Kornev, Clemson University
2:27 PM
Evolution of ultrasound production in hawkmoths: An initial examination of the origins of sonic stridulatory files
Akito Yuji Kawahara, University of Florida ; Jesse R. Barber, Boise State University
2:39 PM
From corniculae to frontal shelves: A phrenological odyssey through the parasitic Hymenoptera
Matthew Buffington, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Systematic Entomology Laboratory (SEL) ; Michael W. Gates, USDA, Systematic Entomology Laboratory ; Norman F. Johnson, Ohio State University
2:51 PM
Specialized facial hair in female bees: Geographic and phylogenetic distribution of modifications for pollen extraction from nototribic flowers
Terry L. Griswold, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Camden Hunt, Utah State University ; Victor H. Gonzalez, University of Kansas ; Molly Rightmyer, San Diego Natural History Museum
3:03 PM
3:18 PM
Between two acetylcholinesterases, is AChE1 always predominately expressed as the major catalytic enzyme in the Class Insecta?
Young-Ho Kim, Seoul National University ; Si Hyeock Lee, Seoul National University
3:42 PM
Diversity of bacterial microflora associated with two thrips genera, Frankliniella and Stephanothrips
Rajagopalbabu Srinivasan, University of Georgia ; Sivamani Sundaraj, Coastal Plains Experiment Station ; Stan Diffie, University of Georgia
4:06 PM
Body size phenotypes are heritable and mediate fecundity but not fitness in the lepidopteran frugivore Cydia pomonella
Thomas Seth Davis, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Peter J. Landolt, USDA, Agricultural Research Service
4:18 PM
Concluding Remarks