MS: Utilizing Orthopteroid Insects to Overcome Grand Challenges in an Ever-Evolving World

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
B113-114 (Oregon Convention Center)
Derek A. Woller
Tyler Raszick
Ricardo Mariño-Pérez
JoVonn Hill
Derek A. Woller
Tyler Raszick
Ricardo Mariño-Pérez
JoVonn Hill

1:35 PM
Faster than cichlids? Rapid diversification in Neoconocephalus
Katy Frederick-Hudson, University of Missouri
1:50 PM
Systematics of Sphenariina (Orthoptera; Pyrgomorphidae)
Oscar Salomon Sanabria-Urban, UNAM FES_Iztacala
2:05 PM
What we could learn from a phylogeny of Blaberoidea
Dominic Evangelista, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
2:20 PM
Some like it hot, some like it cold: Thermal tolerance in Australian alpine grasshoppers
Rachel Slatyer, University of Melbourne ; Michael Nash, University of Melbourne ; Ary Hoffmann, University of Melbourne
2:32 PM
Edible orthopteroids: The Mexican case
Ricardo Mariño-Pérez, University of Central Florida
3:27 PM
3:57 PM
DNA barcoding to determine the diets of prairie grasshoppers
John Barone, Columbus State University ; Kevin Burgess, Columbus State University ; Scott Whitley, Columbus State University ; JoVonn Hill, Mississippi State University
4:29 PM
Lessons from the embiopteran silk road
Janice Edgerly-Rooks, Santa Clara University ; Bennett Addison, Arizona State University
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