Contributed Papers V:P-IE: Pollinators, Ecology, Exotics

Tuesday, March 4, 2014: 1:40 PM-2:55 PM
Harbour Town (Embassy Suites Greenville Golf & Conference Center)
Joseph Culin
Leslie Bayas

1:40 PM
Invasion strategies of the Bean Plataspid
Xing Ping Hu, Auburn University
1:52 PM
The moths of Congaree National Park
Joseph Culin, Clemson University ; Brian G. Scholtens, College of Charleston ; John Snyder, Furman University
2:04 PM
Exotic ant activity in Biscayne National
Leslie Bayas, Florida International university
2:16 PM
Operation Pollinator in Multifunctional Landscapes
Caydee Savinelli, Syngenta Crop Protection ; James D. Ellis, University of Florida ; Jaret C. Daniels, University of Florida ; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University ; Neal M. Williams, University of California, Davis
2:28 PM
A mason bee, Osmia ribifloris, as a potentially manageable pollinator of cultivated blueberries in the South
Blair Sampson, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Timothy Rinehart, USDA-ARS Thad Cochran Southern Horticultural Research Lboratory ; Grant Kirker, USDA-FS Forest Products Laboratory ; Chris Werle, Louisiana State University
2:40 PM
A novel assay for assessing Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri) responses to volatiles
David Hall, USDA, Agricultural Research Service ; Joseph Patt, USDA, U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory