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Invasive Species Symposium

Coordinators: Hume Douglas and Vasily Grebennikov
8:15 — 12:00

H. Douglas,
V. Grebennikov

Introduction

08:15

B. H. Jordal

Widespread distributions in bark and ambrosia beetles: distinguishing prehistorically from recent invasions and the role of mating systems in for colonisation success.

08:25

E. Jendek,
V. V. Grebennikov

Newly intercepted alien species of European Agrilus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in North America threatening oaks.

09:00

E. Jendek,
V. V. Grebennikov

Monographing the genus Agrilus of Northern Asia with particular consideration to potentially invasive species.

09:15

J. Sweeney, P. Silk, L. Humble, B. Gill,
P. de Groot, P. Mayo,
R. Webster, Q. Meng,
J. Wu, T. Kimoto

Semiochemicals for early detection of invasive wood boring beetles.

09:30

P. Careless,
S. A. Marshall, B. Gill,
G. Otis

Biosurveillance: Using wasps to find beetles.

09:45

Coffee break

 

10:00

A. Stephens, J. Myers, P. Krannitz

The influence of the biological control of diffuse knapweed on a rangeland plant community.

10:30

L. Timms, S. M. Smith

What happens after establishment? Using gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar L.) to study the impacts of invasive species on native communities.

10:45

J. H. Skevington, S. A. Marshall, P. G. Kevan

Extirpation of a native flower fly, Eristalis brousii, by its introduced sibling Eristalis arbustorum (Diptera: Syrphidae).

11:00

R. Hallett, S. Goodfellow, O. Olfert, R. Weiss, J. Soroka

Modeling the population dynamics and potential distribution of the swede midge, an invasive pest of crucifers.

11:15

C. A. Bahlai,
S. Sikkema, J. Newman, R.H. Hallett,
A.W. Schaafsma

A link in an invasive chain: the relationship between soybean aphid colonization and its overwintering host.

11:45


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