Past Meetings










    • #1119 Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Daniel Kronauer, Harvard University
The birth, life and death of an army ant superorganism

    • #1120 Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Gary Alpert and David Lubertazzi, Harvard University
Creating a Navajo Biodiversity Field Team: Ants of the Colorado Plateau

    • #1121Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

An Evening of Biocontrol with Insects in New England
Lisa Tewksbury
Implementing a biological control program for the lily leaf beetle in New England
Aaron Weed
Biological control of swallow-worts (Vincetoxicum): an emerging environmental and agricultural weed

    • #1122 Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

David P. Hughes
Zombie Insects: How and Why Parasites Control the Minds of Insects

    • #1123 Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Phil Starks
Plagues and pupae: Using honey bees to model disease
spread in natural populations

    • #1124 Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Michael Singer, Wesleyan University
The self-medicating caterpillar

    • #1125 Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Cole Gilbert, Cornell University
Blinding speed: The effects of relative motion on insect vision

    • #1126 Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Mark Moffett
Life and colony size among the ants


    • #1112 Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Gary Alpert and David Lubertazzi, Harvard University
The Navajo Ant Project

    • #1113 Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

Marco Archetti, Oxford University
Coevolution between insects and autumn colors

    • #1114 Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Manu Prakash, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Physics of water-walking insects

    • #1115 Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Mark Mello, Lloyd Center for the Environment
Changes in the moth fauna on Nantucket over the last century

    • #1116 Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Eleanor Groden
Myrmica rubra

    • #1117 Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

Kevin Matteson
Bronx bumble bees, Harlem halictids, and Staten Island skippers: A look at the urban pollinators of New York City

    • #1118 Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

Aaron Ellison, Harvard Forest
Some New Data on the Ants of Nantucket

    • #1119 Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

Matan Shelomi
Determinants of Patterns in the Feeding Behavior of First Instar Helicoverpa armigera Larvae


    • #1104 Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Rod Eastwood, Harvard University
Unusual ant associations in the Australian Lycaenidae

    • #1105 Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

The impact of disturbances on ant species richness
Amy Mertle, Boston University

    • #1106 Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

Interactions between invasive species: woolly adelgid, elongate scale, and the fate of New England’s hemlock forests
Evan Preisser, University of Rhode Island

    • #1107 Tuesday, January 8th, 2008

Grouping behavior in whirligig beetles (Gyrinidae)
William L. Romey

    • #1108 Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Soft-bodied insects and the robots that emulate them
Barry Trimmer, Tufts University

    • #1109 Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

Why Bees Die: Forensic Insights into Honeybee Losses
Jay Evans, USDA

    • #1110 Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

You eat what you are: Toward a global nutritional ecology
Mike Kaspari, University of Oklahoma

    • #1111 Tuesday, May xxth, 2008

Studying inbreeding in a natural population of the antFormica exsecta
Emma Vitikainen

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