Lepsoc 2010: Deadline for submitted papers is May 28
david_james at wsu.edu
Wed May 26 11:30:21 EDT 2010
The (extended) deadline for submitted papers and posters ifor the Annual Meeting of the Lepidopterists' Society is May 27
Meeting details below and at www.lepsoc2010.com
Now that spring butterflies are on the wing in most parts of the US, its time to think about where you would like to be in July.
How about the Bavarian-themed village called Leavenworth nestled in the eastern foothills of Washington State's spectacular
The Department of Entomology, Washington State University, the Washington Butterfly Association and the Pacific Slope Section invite
you to the 59th Annual Meeting of the Lepidopterists' Society which will be held for the first time in Washington State.
The Young Ones! is the theme of the meeting, a double entendre for immature Lepidoptera and youthful lepidopterists! Two symposia, "The Young Ones: Research on Immatures" and "The Young Ones: Youngling Research" will feature invited presentations on immature stages of butterflies and moths and the research of young lepidopterists. In addition, contributed papers and posters on any aspect of Lepidoptera will also be featured.
More details, registration forms etc can be found at www.lepsoc2010.com
If you're a lepidopterist and havent spent time in Washington's Cascade Mountains in July, then this is the year to change that!
Dr David G James
Associate Professor of Entomology
Department of Entomology,
Washington State University,
Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center,
Bunn Road, Prosser, WA 99350, USA
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