Wednesday, November 19, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
A105 (Oregon Convention Center)
Matthew Bertone
William Haines

1:30 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:32 PM
Exoskeletons in your closet: Results from the exhaustive inventory of arthropods in 50 homes
Matthew Bertone, North Carolina State University ; Michelle Trautwein, California Academy of Sciences ; Rob R. Dunn, North Carolina State University
1:44 PM
Leafhopper paradise: The Cicadellidae of farm and field in the Granite State (New Hampshire) (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha)
Donald Chandler, University of New Hampshire ; K.G. Andrew Hamilton, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
1:56 PM
Diversity of feral honey bees (Apis mellifera) across New Mexico
Juliana Rangel, Texas A&M University ; Melanie Kirby, Rocky Mountain Survivor Queen Breeders Cooperative
2:20 PM
Biodiversity of intertidal springtails across the Isthmus of Panama
Aron Katz, University of Illinois ; Felipe N. Soto-Adames, University of Illinois
2:32 PM
2:59 PM
A biodiversity survey of the arthropod community associated with decaying cactus tissue in Baja California Sur
Maxi Richmond, University of California ; Ellen Reese, University of California ; Dionne Mejia, University of California ; Therese Markow, University of California
3:11 PM
The bumble bee fauna of Yosemite National Park: Patterns across a large altitudinal gradient
Terry Griswold, USDA - ARS ; Jonathan Koch, Utah State University ; James Strange, USDA - ARS
3:23 PM
First comprehensive survey of nine endemic insects at the Monahans Sandhills in Western Texas
Scott Longing, Texas Tech University ; James Cokendolpher, Museum of Texas Tech University ; Samuel Discua Duarte, Texas Tech University
3:35 PM
The Pulelehua Project: Mapping distributions and assessing population connectivity of the Hawaiian Kamehameha butterfly (Vanessa tameamea)
William Haines, University of Hawai'i ; Daniel Rubinoff, University of Hawai'i ; Cynthia B. A. King, State of Hawai'i
3:47 PM
A survey of the primitive weevils of Wisconsin (Coleoptera: Nemonychidae, Anthribidae, Attelabidae, and Brentidae)
Julia Janicki, University of Wisconsin ; Daniel K. Young, University of Wisconsin
3:59 PM
Using insect biodiversity to build better cities
Emily Hartop, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
4:11 PM
Concluding Remarks