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					 Welcome to the Joint Annual Meeting of the Entomological
 Society of Alberta and the Entomological Society of Canada

Bienvenue à la Réunion conjointe de la Société d’entomologie
     d’Alberta et de la Société d’entomologie du Canada



                          Meeting Room Map




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                                   Program Outline
Wednesday, November 2
08:30-16:30   ESC Governing Board Meeting - Cougar/Grizzly
12:30-17:30   Field Trips
15:30-17:00   ESA Executive Board Meeting - Wapiti
18:30-19:45   Opening, Awards, Gold Medal Address - Lady Slipper/Orchid
19:45-20:45   Students meet the Board - Cougar/Grizzly
19:45-23:00   Opening Reception - Crocus/Arnica
Thursday, November 3
08:00-09:10   Plenary Speaker - Lady Slipper/Orchid
              Michael Majerus: “The Peppered Moth: Decline of a Darwinian Disciple”
09:15-10:00   Presidents Prize Papers (concurrent sessions):
                 Pest Management (PP1) - Lady Slipper/Orchid
                 Faunistics and Systematics (PP2) - Crocus
                 Forest Entomology (PP3) - Arnica
10:00-10:30   Refreshments
10:30-12:00   Presidents Prize Papers (sessions PP1, PP2 and PP3 continued)
12:00-13:30   Lunch (on your own)
13:30-15:15   Presidents Prize Papers (concurrent sessions):
                 Parasitoids and Biocontrol (PP4) - Crocus
                 Terrestrial, Riparian and Aquatic Ecology (PP5) - Arnica
15:15-15:45   Refreshments
15:45-16:45   Presidents Prize Papers (sessions PP4 and PP5 continued)
16:45-17:45   Entomological Society of Alberta Annual General Meeting - Lady Slipper
18:45-20:45   Delia Workshop (WK1) - Lady Slipper
19:00-19:45   Demonstration: Constructing inexpensive databases for remote contributions: tools for
              biodiversity, systematics, and collaborative efforts - Orchid
20:00-22:00   President‟s Reception - Crocus
Friday, November 4
08:00-10:00   Concurrent Symposia and Contributed Papers:
                Symposium A: Graduate Student Symposium (SA) - Crocus
                Symposium B: Maintaining Arthropods in Northern Forest Ecosystems (SB) - Arnica
                      [organized by the Biological Survey of Canada; sponsored by Univ. of Alberta]
                Contributed papers: Agricultural Entomology (C1) - Lady Slipper
10:00-10:30   Refreshments
10:30-12:00   Concurrent Symposia and Contributed Papers:
                Symposium B continued - Arnica
                Symposium C: Biology and Diversity of Arachnids (SC) - Crocus
                Contributed Papers: Biological Control (C2) - Lady Slipper
12:00-13:15   Lunch (on your own)
12:00-13:15   Meeting of The Canadian Entomologist Editorial Board - Caribou
13:15-15:15   Concurrent Symposia and Contributed Papers:
                Symposium C continued - Crocus
                Contributed Papers: Forest Biodiversity (C3) - Lady Slipper
                      [sponsored by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development]
                Contributed Papers: Forest Entomology (C4) - Arnica
15:15-16:30   Poster Session (incl. President‟s Prize poster judging) - Cougar/Grizzly and Concourse
              Refreshments


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16:30-17:15   Heritage Lecture - Lady Slipper/Orchid
              David Larson: “The Prairies Then and Now: Personal Reflections on Entomologists and
              Entomology”
17:30-18:30   ESC Annual General Meeting - Lady Slipper/Orchid
19:00-19:45   Cocktails - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper
19:45-22:00   Banquet, Student Awards - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper
              After dinner talk: Michael Majerus: “Ladybirds behaving badly”
Saturday, November 5
08:00-10:00   Concurrent Symposia and Contributed Papers:
                 Symposium D: Fire and Arthropods (SD) - Crocus
                      [organized by the Biological Survey of Canada]
                 Symposium E: Wheat Stem Sawfly (SE) - Arnica
                      [sponsored by SeCan Association]
                 Contributed papers: Arachnology (C5) – Lady Slipper
                 Contributed papers: Diversity and Systematics (C6) – Cougar/Grizzly
10:00-10:30   Refreshments
10:30-12:30   Concurrent Symposia and Contributed Papers:
                 Symposium D continued - Crocus
                 Symposium E continued - Arnica
                 Contributed Papers: Ecology and Management (C7) - Lady Slipper
12:00-13:30   ESC Board Meeting - Cougar/Grizzly
13:00-17:30   Biological Survey of Canada Scientific Committee - Vic’s Private Room
13:00-18:00   Field Trips


                                Programme provisoire

Mercredi, 2 novembre
08:30-16:30   Réunion du conseil d’administration de la SEC - Cougar/Grizzly
12:30-17:30   Excursions du chantier
15:30-17:00   Réunion du conseil d’administration de la SEA - Wapiti
18:30-19:45   Mot de bienvenue, Prix, discours (médaille d’or) - Lady Slipper/Orchid
19:45-20:45   Les étudiants rencontrent les membres du conseil - Cougar/Grizzly
19:45-23:00   Réception - Crocus/Arnica
Jeudi, 3 novembre
08:00-09:10   Assemblée plénière - Lady Slipper/Orchid
              Michael Majerus: “The Peppered Moth: Decline of a Darwinian Disciple”
09:15-10:00   Articles étudiants, Prix du président (séances simultanées):
                 Lutte dirigée (PP1) - Lady Slipper/Orchid
                 Faunistiques et systématiques (PP2) - Crocus
                 Entomologie de forêts (PP3) - Arnica
10:00-10:30   Café/thé
10:30-12:00   Articles étudiants, Prix du président (séances de PP1, PP2 and PP3 suite)
12:00-13:30   Dîner (à votre choix)
13:30-15:15   Articles étudiants, Prix du président (séances simultanées):
                 Parasitoïdes et lutte biologique (PP4) - Crocus
                 Écologie de terrestre, riveraine et aquatique (PP5) - Arnica
15:15-15:45   Café/thé
15:45-16:45   Articles étudiants, Prix du président (séances de PP4 and PP5 suite)
16:45-17:45   Assemblée Générale Annuelle de la Société d’entomologie de l’Alberta - Lady Slipper

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18:45-20:45   Atelier de Delia (WK1) - Lady Slipper
19:00-19:45   Démonstration: Construction de bases de données à bon marché pour contribution à
              distance: un outil pour la biodiversité, la systématique et les efforts collaboratifs - Orchid
20:00-22:00   Réception du président – Crocus
Vendredi, 4 november
08:00-10:00   Symposiums et communications offertes simultanées:
                 Symposium A: Le symposium des étudiants gradués (SA) - Crocus
                 Symposium B: Maintient des Arthropodes dans les Écosystèmes Forestiers Nordiques
                 (SB) - Arnica
                      [organisé par la Commission Biologique du Canada et commandité par
                      University of Alberta]
                 Communications offertes: Entomologie agricole (C1) – Lady Slipper
10:00-10:30   Café/thé
10:30-12:00   Symposiums et communications offertes simultanées:
                 Symposium B suite - Arnica
                 Symposium C: Biologie et diversité des Arachnides (SC) - Crocus
                 Communications offertes: Lutte biologique (C2) - Lady Slipper
12:00-13:15   Dîner (a votre choix)
12:00-13:15   Réunion du Comité editorial de l’Entomologiste canadien - Caribou
13:15-15:15   Symposiums et communications offertes simultanées:
                 Symposium C suite - Crocus
                 Communications offertes: Biodiversité forestière (C3) – Lady Slipper
                      [commandité par Alberta Sustainable Resource Development]
                 Communications offertes: Entomologie forestière (C4) - Arnica
15:15-16:30   Présentation des affiches (incluant l’évaluation pour le prix du président) - Cougar/
              Grizzly and Concourse
              Café/thé
16:30-17:15   Allocution patrimoniale - Lady Slipper/Orchid
              David Larson: “The Prairies Then and Now: Personal Reflections on Entomologists and
              Entomology”
17:30-18:30   Assemblée générale annuelle de la SEC - Lady Slipper/Orchid
19:00-19:45   Cocktails - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper
19:45-22:00   Banquet, Prix aux Étudiants - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper
              Discourt: Michael Majerus: “Ladybirds behaving badly”
Samedi, 5 novembre
08:00-10:00   Symposiums et communications offertes simultanées:
                Symposium D: Les Arthropodes et le Feu (SD) - Crocus
                      [organisé par la Commission Biologique du Canada]
                Symposium E: La Cèphe du Blé (SE) - Arnica
                      [commandité par l’Association SeCan]
                Communications offertes: Arachnologie (C5) – Lady Slipper
                Communications offertes: Diversité et systématique (C6) – Cougar/Grizzly
10:00-10:30   Café/thé
10:30-12:00   Symposiums et communications offertes simultanées:
                Symposium D suite - Crocus
                Symposium E suite - Arnica
                Communications offertes: Écologie et Lutte (C7) – Lady Slipper
12:00-13:30   Réunion du conseil de la SEC - Cougar/Grizzly
13:00-17:30   Comité scientifique de la Commission Biologique du Canada - Vic’s Private Room
13:00-18:00   Excursions du chantier



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Greetings from the ESC
Welcome to the 55th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Canada, hosted this year
by the Entomological Society of Alberta here in Canmore. From past joint meetings in Alberta I
know that Entomology: A celebration of life’s little wonders will be another fine meeting, and a
real celebration. Thanks to the hard-working Committee that organized the meeting on our
behalf, and to all of you who have come together to share your fascination of insects. Alberta
entomology is known for its strength in systematics, biodiversity, ecology, forestry and
agriculture, assuring a stimulating program. Of course Alberta hospitality is legendary. It’s great
to be back in the mountains again.


Bob Lamb
President,
Entomological Society of Canada




Acceuil de la Société d’Entomologie du Canada
Bienvenue à la 55ième Assemblée Annuelle de la Société d’Entomologie du Canada, accueillie
cette année par la Société d’Entomologie de l’Alberta, ici à Canmore. Les assemblées
antécédentes en Alberta me laisse entrevoir que Entomologie : Une célébration des petites
merveilles de la vie sera un autre succès et une vraie célébration. Merci, de notre part, au vaillant
membres du comité ayant organisé cette assemblée et à vous tous qui êtes venu partager votre
fascination pour les insectes. L’entomologie Albertaine est reconue pour sa force en
systématique, biodiversité, écologie, foresterie et agriculture ce qui assure un programme
stimulant. L’hospitalité Albertaine est légendaire. Il fait bon d’être de retour dans les montagnes.


Bob Lamb
Président,
Société d‟Entomologie du Canada




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Welcome from the ESA
Welcome to Canmore, to Alberta, to the Rocky Mountains, and to the Joint Annual Meeting of
the Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of Alberta. Our organizing
committee has been working hard to provide you with a stimulating, enjoyable, and memorable
event, and I’m sure you join me in thanking them for their hard work. We have tried to make
this get-together as student-friendly as possible, and as exciting as we can muster as well,
complete with field trips in search of cave arthropods and rock crawlers. On behalf of the
Entomological Society of Alberta, we sincerely hope you enjoy your stay, make new friends,
nurture new ideas, and reconnect with the vibrant entomological community in which we are all
so fortunate to function. Have fun, take time to gaze at the mountains, or stroll beside the Bow
River, and do let us know if there is anything we can do to help make your time here more
enjoyable.


John Acorn
President,
Entomological Society of Alberta




Bienvenue de la SEA
Bienvenue à Canmore, en Alberta, dans les Montagnes Rocheuses, et bienvenue à l’Assemblée
Conjointe de la Société d’Entomologie du Canada et de la Société d’Entomologie de l’Alberta.
Notre commité organisateur à travaillé fort pour vous faire vivre un évènement stimulant,
agréable et mémorable ; et je suis certain que vous vous joignez à moi pour les remercier de leur
travail remarquable. Nous avons essayé de rendre cette assemblée accessible aux étudiants et
aussi excitante que possible avec des sorties de terrain à la recherche des arthropodes qui se
cachent sous les roches et cavernicoles. De la part de la Société d’Entomologie du Canada, nous
espérons que vous aimerai votre séjour, ferai de nouveaux amis, développerai des idées
nouvelles, et reprendrai contacte avec la communauté entomologique vibrante à laquelle nous
somme tellement choyée d’appartenir. Ayez du plaisir et prenez le temps de respirer les
montagnes ou de vous promener le long de Bow River, et faites nous savoir si nous pouvons
contribuer à rendre votre séjour plus agréable.


John Acorn
Président,
Société d’Entomologie de l’Alberta




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Biography of Gary Anweiler - Criddle Award Winner
Gary G. Anweiler was born in Melville, Saskatchewan, in 1944, and grew up with a keen interest
in biology. After some colorful adventures in the 1960s, Gary worked as a bird biologist. In 1990
he moved to Edmonton, and found work in building maintenance and management. In Edmonton
Gary quickly connected with researchers and local amateurs. He became a regular volunteer at
the University of Alberta's Strickland Museum, and also contributed many hours to the CFS and
Olds College collections. Over the years, he has helped many researchers and graduate students
in western Canada.
Gary has become one of the premier experts on noctuid moths in North America, all on his own
time after work. He has always shared his time freely, helping many others and spreading his
infectious enthusiasm. He retired in 2003, and now devotes much more energy to his avocation.
Gary is a member of the Alberta Lepidopterists' Guild, the Entomological Societies of Alberta
and Canada, and the International Lepidopterists' Society. He also serves as a member of the
Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) Arthropods Species
Specialist Subcommittee.




Biographie de Gary Anweiler - Gagnant du prix Criddle
Gary G. Anweiler à vu le jour à Melville en Saskatchewan en 1944, et à grandit avec un intérêt
marqué pour la biologie. En 1990, il déménage à Edmonton et travaille dans la gestion et
l‟entretient d‟édifice. À Edmonton, Gary prend rapidement contacte avec les chercheurs et les
amateurs locaux. Il devient un volontaire régulier au Strickland Museum de l‟Université de
l‟Alberta et donne aussi son temps aux collections du SCF et de Olds College. Au cours des
années, il a aidé plusieurs chercheurs et étudiants gradués dans l‟ouest du Canada.
Gary est devenu un des principaux experts des Noctuidae en Amérique du Nord de son propre
temps après le travail. Il à toujours partagé son temps gratuitement en aidant plusieurs personnes
en répandant son enthousiasme contagieux. Il à pris sa retraite en 2003 et dédie maintenant plus
d‟énergie à sa vocation.
Gary est membre de la Guilde des Lépidoptéristes Albertains, de la Société d’Entomologie de
l’Alberta et du Canada et de la Société Internationale des Lépidoptéristes. Il est aussi membre du
Comité sur la Situation des Espèces en Péril au Canada (COSEPAC) dans le sous comité des
spécialistes sur les arthropodes.




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                           Program/Programme

Wednesday, November 2 - Mercredi, 2 novembre

08:30-16:30 ESC Governing Board Meeting – Cougar/Grizzly
            Réunion du conseil d’administration de la SEC – Cougar/Grizzly


12:30-17:30 Field trips - Excursions du chantier


15:30-17:00   ESA Executive Meeting - Wapiti
              Réunion du conseil d’administration de la SEA - Wapiti


18:30-19:45 Welcome, Awards, Gold Medal Address - Lady Slipper/Orchid
            Mot de bienvenue, Prix, discours (médaille d’or) - Lady Slipper/Orchid


19:45-20:45 Students Meet the Board - Cougar/Grizzly
            Les étudiants rencontrent les membres du conseil - Cougar/Grizzly


19:45-23:00 Opening Reception - Crocus/Arnica
            Réception - Crocus/Arnica




Thursday, November 3 - Jeudi, 3 novembre
08:00-09:10 Plenary Speaker - Assemblée plénière - Lady Slipper/Orchid
            Michael Majerus - The Peppered Moth: Decline of a Darwinian Disciple


09:15-12:00 President’s Prize (PP1): Pest Management - Lady Slipper/Orchid
            Prix du président (PP1): Lutte dirigée - Lady Slipper/Orchid
            Moderator/Modérateur: Kevin Floate

09:15   Monique Chatterton, P Schaefer, R Gries, Y Higashiura, K Mõller - Community
        composition affects the behavioral response of male gypsy moth to (-)-disparlure.
09:30   Brad Jones, ML Evenden - A combined sex pheromone-based monitoring system for
        forest tent caterpillar (Malacosoma disstria) and large aspen tortrix (Choristoneura
        conflictana).

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09:45   Tanya Latty, M Reid - Aggregation in the mountain pine beetle: does it pay to be first?

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé

10:30   Andreas Wins-Purdy, M Evenden, G Judd - The potential for synergism between
        horticultural oils and sprayable pheromone formulations in the behavioural
        manipulation of the oblique-banded leafroller, Choristoneura rosaceana (Lepidoptera:
        Tortricidae).
10:45   Kathryn Dau-Schmidt, C Noronha, D Giberson - A method of determining European
        corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) infestation levels in potatoes.
11:00   Wim van Herk, RS Vernon - Bioassay for observing wireworm movement in soil.
11:15   Z. Mona Moineddin, CD Scott-Dupree, CR Harris, BJ Harris, JH Tolman, AG Taylor,
        MR McDonald - Integrated management of onion smut and onion maggot with
        reduced–risk seed treatments.
11:30   Evan Esch, J Jacobs, J Spence - Effects of food limitation and density on carabid
        populations in forest floor enclosures.
11:45   Stéphane Bourassa, JR Spence, HA Cárcamo, RE Blackshaw KD Floate. Ground
        beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) responses to different weed management practices in
        corn in southern Alberta.

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)



09:15-12:00 President’s Prize (PP2): Faunistics and Systematics - Crocus
            Prix du président (PP2): Faunistiques et systématiques - Crocus
            Moderator/Modérateur: Derek Sikes

09:15   Zoë Lindo, NN Winchester - Canopy oribatid mite communities in ancient Western red
        cedar.
09:30   Wayne Knee, H Proctor - Blood and tissue feeding parasitic mites on Albertan birds.
09:45   Marie Djernaes - Unresolved roaches: phylogenetic analysis of Blattodea based on 16S
        and 28S.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé

10:30   Owen Lonsdale, S Marshall - Recent advances in the systematics of the family
        Clusiidae (Diptera).
10:45   Lisa Lumley, F Sperling - Hybrid interactions between the spruce budworm,
        Choristoneura fumiferana, and the two year cycle budworm, C. biennis (Lepidoptera:
        Tortricidae).
11:00   Amy Moores, J Savage - What the buzz is all about: a taxonomic revision of the Genus
        Piezura Rondani (Diptera: Fanniidae).
11:15   Tonya Mousseau, DS Sikes - Long morphological branches in the genus Nicrophorus
        (Coleoptera: Silphidae).
11:30   Chandra Venables, DS Sikes - Do molecular data support an ancient rapid radiation in
        Nicrophorus (Coleoptera: Silphidae)?


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11:45   Aynsley Thielman, FF Hunter - A taxonomic study of Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae)
        based on cytogenetic and morphological data.

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)


09:15-12:00 President’s Prize (PP3): Forest Entomology - Arnica
            Prix du président (PP3): Entomologie de forêts - Arnica
            Moderator/Modérateur: David Langor

09:15   Danica Belter, H Proctor - Effects of seasonality and plant species on boreal
        rhizosphere invertebrate assemblages.
09:30   Colin Bergeron, JR Spence, WJA Volney - Ground-dwelling beetle and forest mosaic.
09:45   Tyler Cobb, DW Langor, JR Spence, B Kishchuk - Saproxylic beetles and woody
        debris decomposition in burned boreal forests: linking biodiversity to ecosystem
        function.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé

10:30   Andrea D. Déchêne, TP Cobb, HC Proctor, JR Spence - Sericoda (Carabidae) beetles
        and Antennoseius (Ascidae) mites: the mystery continues.
10:45   Robert Higgins, BS Lindgren, DA McColl - The response of ants (Hymenoptera:
        Formicidae) to seral change in the sub-boreal forests of British Columbia.
11:00   Christina Elliott, M Evenden - Factors affecting flight behaviour of the large aspen
        tortrix, Choristoneura conflictana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
11:15   Chris MacQuarrie - Stranger in a strange land: biology of a European birch
        leafminer in Alaska.
11:30   Greg Smith, A Carroll, BS Lindgren - Assessment of the attraction of endemic
        mountain pine beetles to lodgepole pine trees infested with Pseudips mexicanus.
11:45   Curtis Russell, FF Hunter - Analysis of the possible attraction of Cx. pipiens to human
        hosts in a Niagara Region woodlot.

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)


13:30-16:45 President’s Prize (PP4): Parasitoids and Biocontrol - Crocus
            Prix du président (PP4): Parasitoïdes et lutte biologique - Crocus
            Moderator/Modérateur: Jens Roland

13:30   Jeffrey Boone, S Smith, D Quiring - Influence of intra-plant variation in rates of
        parasitism on the foraging behavior and performance of a specialist herbivore.
13:45   Adela Danci, S Takacs, PW Schaefer, G Gries - Courtship communication signals in
        Glyptapanteles flavicoxis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), an endoparasitoid of gypsy
        moth, Lymantria dispar (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae).
14:00   Tara Gariepy, U Kuhlmann, C Gillott, M Erlandson - A molecular approach to
        evaluating the ecological host range of European Peristenus spp. (Hymenoptera:
        Braconidae), parasitoids of Lygus spp. (Hemiptera: Miridae).
14:15   Wade Jenner, B Roitberg - Patch foraging decisions of a parasitoid of concealed hosts.

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14:30   J. P. Kapongo, JL Shipp and PG Kevan - Using an insect pest to vector a biocontrol
        agent for plant pathogens.
14:45   P.R. Kozak, RWCurrie - Examining the relationship between brood rearing in honey
        bees and populations of varroa mites in winter.
15:00   Robert Laird, JF Addicott - Indirect effects of soil fungi on the feeding performance of
        the sunflower beetle (Zygogramma exclamationis, Chrysomelidae), via changes to host
        sunflower plants (Helianthus annuus, Asteraceae).

15:15   Refreshments - Café/thé

15:45   Aaron Retzlaff - The effects of temperature on fungal pathogenesis of the black vine
        weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus) by Metarhizium anisopliae isolates of differing cold
        tolerance.
16:00   Kimberly Rondeau, R Bourchier, J Roland - Assessing dispersal of the knapweed
        biocontrol agent Cyphocleonus achates in response to density and time of release.
16:15   Amy Sharp, FF Hunter - Make me a woman: an examination of developmental stage
        and sexual determination in mermithid-infected (Nematoda: Mermithidae) black flies
        (Diptera: Simuliidae).
16:30   Melanie McClure, JN McNeil - Pheromone mediated mating in Aphidius ervi.



13:30-16:30 President’s Prize (PP5): Terrestrial, Riparian and Aquatic Ecology - Arnica
            Prix du président (PP5): Écologie de terrestre, riveraine et aquatique - Arnica
            Moderator/Modérateur: Dan Johnson

13:30   Robyn Auld, M Colbo, P Dixon - Life history and ecology of the hairy chinch bug
        (Blissus leucopterus hirtus) within the cool climate of Newfoundland.
13:45   Kevin Lam, D Babor, B Duthie, E-M Babor, M Moore, G Gries - Oviposition deterring
        signal found on housefly eggs.
14:00   Christine Geisreiter, K Lam, G Gries - Ovipositing female houseflies provide
        nutritional supplements for larval offspring.
14:15   Claudia Haas, R Cartar - Flight performance of bumble bees with wing wear.
14:30   Michael Kasumovic, MCB Andrade - Is bigger better?: Examining male competition
        in context.
14:45   Maxence Salomon, S Vibert, BD Roitberg - The dynamics of coexistence of three
        temperate species of web-building spiders in British Columbia.
15:00   Carol Frost, JR Spence - Temperature and moisture control of egg sacs by female
        fishing spiders, Dolomedes triton (Pisauridae).

15:15   Refreshments - Café/thé

15:45   Laurie Marczak, JS Richardson - Effects of a variable food resource on the survival,
        growth rate and fitness of a riparian spider.
16:00   Conan Phelan, BD Roitberg - Variable larval life history of the malaria mosquito
        Anopheles gambiae.



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16:15    Trent Hoover, JS Richardson, N Yonemitsu - Do drifting stream insects need to see the
         streambed to find it? The relative importance of visual and flow-related settlement cues
         for mayfly larvae.


16:45-17:45 Entomological Society of Alberta Annual General Meeting – Lady Slipper
            Assemblée Générale Annuelle de la Société d’entomologie de l’Alberta


18:45-20:45 Delia Workshop (WK1) – Lady Slipper
            Atelier de Delia (WK1) – Lady Slipper
            Moderator/Modératrice: Peggy Dixon

         Presentations:

               Julie Soroka, R Elliott, O Olfert, R Weiss, K Falk, G Rakow, M Gruber, G Thomas,
               L Dosdall, E Seidle, H Philip - Ten years of root maggot research: postcards from the
               edge – of the canola field.
               Jim Broatch - Reduced herbicide rates for improved integrated crop management (in
               progress).
               Lloyd Dosdall - Does seeding canola in fall influence damage by root maggots
               (Delia spp.) (Diptera: Anthomyiidae)?
               Kim Riley, U Kuhlmann, J Whistlecraft, NJ Holliday - Interaction of Aleochara
               bilineata and A. bipustulata for host locations.
               Richard Hopkins - Integrating Delia radicum & Delia floralis control in Sweden


19:00-19:45 Demonstration - Démonstration - Orchid
            David P. Shorthouse - Constructing inexpensive databases for remote
            contributions: tools for biodiversity, systematics, and collaborative efforts.
               Construction de bases de données à bon marché pour contribution à distance: un
               outil pour la biodiversité, la systématique et les efforts collaboratifs.


20:00-22:00 President’s Reception - Crocus
            Réception du président - Crocus




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Friday, November 4 - Vendredi, 4 november
08:00-10:00   Symposium A (SA): Graduate Student Symposium - Crocus
              Symposium A (SA): Le symposium des étudiants gradués - Crocus
              Moderator/Modérateur: Tyler Cobb

08:00   MJT Bodnar, JD Shorthouse - Comparison of component communities associated with
        cynipid galls near James Bay and central Ontario.
08:30   S Desai, A Manickavasagan, DS Jayas, R Currie - Temperature changes on honey bees
        due to infestation by varroa mite.
09:00   Carolyn Parsons, P Dixon, M Colbo - The role of diversity in agricultural systems:
        effect of intercropping on cabbage maggot, Delia radicum (Diptera: Anthomyiidae)
        oviposition and cauliflower yield.
09:30   Tara Sackett, C Buddle, C Vincent - Characteristic communities, hungry hunters, and
        unknown immatures: studying spider assemblages in apple orchards.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé


08:00-12:00 Symposium B (SB): Maintaining Arthropods in Northern Forest
            Ecosystems - Arnica
              Symposium B (SB): Maintient des Arthropodes dans les Écosystèmes
              Forestiers Nordiques - Arnica
              [organized by the Biological Survey of Canada and sponsored by the University
              of Alberta; organisé par la Commission Biologique du Canada et commandité par
              University of Alberta]
              Moderators/Modérateurs: John Spence and David Langor

08:00   David P Shorthouse, Christopher Buddle - Deciphering a complex web: the structure
        and dynamics of spider assemblages in disturbance-driven boreal forests.
08:30   Timothy Work, JR Spence, DW Langor, M. Koivula, J Sweeney - Using core species
        assemblages and rare carabid taxa to evaluate forest change in Canada.
09:00   Greg Pohl, DW Langor, J Klimaszewski, TT Work - Rove beetles (Coleoptera:
        Staphylinidae) in northern forests.
09:30   David Langor, JR Spence, JEH Hammond, J Jacobs, T Cobb - Maintaining saproxylic
        insects in managed forests.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé

10:30   Keith Summerville, TO Crist - Structure and conservation of lepidopteran communities
        in managed forests of northeastern North America: a review.
11:00   John Richardson - Aquatic arthropods and large-scale land-use effects in temperate
        North America.
11:30   John Spence, DW Langor, WJA Volney, J Jacobs - Unthreatening forest arthropods:
        simultaneous management of „beezillions‟ of small and heterogenous risks.

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)

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08:00-10:00 Contributed Papers (C1) - Agricultural Entomology – Lady Slipper
            Communications offertes (C1) - Entomologie agricole – Lady Slipper
            Moderator/Modérateur: Lloyd Dosdall

08:00   Lloyd Dosdall, FC Stevenson - Managing flea beetles in canola with seeding date,
        plant density, and seed treatment.
08:15   Paul Fields, D Fenn, OM Lukow, G Humphreys, JI Boye, W Taylor - Wheat-legume
        flour mixtures: baking and safe storage potential.
08:30   Robert Lamb, SM Migui, IL Wise - Domestication of plants in the genus Triticum:
        consequences for the interaction between insect herbivores and wheat.
08:45   Christine Noronha - Carabid beetle diversity associated with agroforestry buffers and
        its potential impact on adjacent field crops.
09:00   Rana Sarfraz, LM Dosdall, BA Keddie - Effects of Host Plant Nutrient Regime on
        Performance of the Diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella.
09:15   IL Wise, Robert Lamb, JW Whistlecraft - Resistance to Hessian fly (Diptera:
        Cecidomyiidae) in a Canadian spring wheat.
09:30   Mary Ruth McDonald, K Vander Kooi - Onion maggot damage to onion varies with
        cultivar, plant spacing, and planting method.
09:45   Chrystel Olivier, B Galka, OO Olfert - Epidemiology of Aster Yellows disease in
        canola crops in Saskatchewan, 2001 – 2005.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé


10:30-12:00 Contributed Papers (C2) – Biological Control – Lady Slipper
            Communications offertes (C2) - Lutte biologique – Lady Slipper
            Moderator/Modératrice: Rosemarie De Clerck-Floate

10:30   Alec McClay - Field evaluation of a gall mite, Cecidophyes rouhollahi Craemer (Acari:
        Eriophyidae), as a biological control agent for a cropland weed, false cleavers, Galium
        spurium L. (Rubiaceae).
10:45   Rob Bourchier - Impact of knapweed biological control agents in southeastern British
        Columbia.
11:00   Héctor Cárcamo, C Herle, H Goulet, J Otani - Phenology of lygus bugs (Miridae:
        Heteroptera) and their Peristenus nymphal parasitoids (Braconidae: Hymenoptera) in
        southern Alberta.
11:15   Brian Van Hezewijk, R De Clerck-Floate - Soil fertility affects the preference and
        performance of a weed biocontrol insect.
11:30   E Jones, Zaid Jumean T Unruh, G Gries - Does aggregation of codling moth larvae,
        Cydia pomonella, increase the risk of parasitism by the parasitoid, Mastrus ridibundus?
11:45   Robert McGregor, D Henderson - Phenotypic effects of infection with
        parthenogenesis-inducing Wolbachia on Trichogramma sibericum (Hymenoptera:
        Trichogrammatidae).

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)


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12:00-13:15 Meeting of The Canadian Entomologist Editorial Board - Caribou
            Réunion du Comité editorial de l’Entomologiste canadien - Caribou


10:30-14:45 Symposium C (SC) - Biology and Diversity of Arachnids - Crocus
            Symposium C (SC) - Biologie et diversité des Arachnides - Crocus
            Moderator/Modératrice: Heather Proctor

10:30   Rick Vetter - The myth of necrotic arachnidism: mythconceptions, mythidentifications
        and mythdiagnoses.
11:00   Frédéric Beaulieu, DE Walter, HC Proctor, RL Kitching - Mesostigmatic mites in
        Australian wet forests: free-living predators can be habitat specific but why?
11:30   Valerie Behan-Pelletier, D Kanashiro, JM Clapperton - Beyond Matador: diversity of
        Oribatida in Canadian grasslands.

12:00   Lunch (on your own)

13:15   Pierre Paquin - Cicurina (Dictynidae): the genus from hell.
13:45   Wayne Maddison, M Hedin - Behavioural evolution in the jumping spider genus
        Habronattus.
14:15   Christopher Buddle, TE Sackett - A review of the factors influencing spider diversity:
        Why do we have so many eight-legged freaks?
14:45   Robert Bennett - Developing a directed approach for including spiders in Canada‟s
        endangered species conservation efforts.

15:00   Refreshments - Café/thé


13:30-15:15 Contributed Papers (C3) – Forest Biodiversity – Lady Slipper
            Communications offertes (C3) - Biodiversité forestière – Lady Slipper
            [sponsored by/ commandité par : Alberta Sustainable Resource Development]
            Moderator/Modérateur: Tim Work

13:30   Jan Klimaszewski - Rove beetles as a target group for biodiversity research on litter
        inhabiting fauna (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae).
13:45   Matti Koivula - Fire severity, salvage logging and mixed-wood forest ground beetles
        (Carabidae).
14:00   Neville Winchester - Project IBISCA - Stratification and beta diversity of arthropods
        in a Panamanian rainforest.
14:15   Jeff Battigelli - Oribatid mite fauna of central British Columbia – Impact of harvesting
        and soil compaction on abundance and diversity 10 years later.
14:30   Dave Larson - Ant biodiversity in disturbed and undisturbed Guanacasta, Costa Rica
        lowland forest fragments.
14:45   Kathleen Ryan, NJ Holliday, A. R. Westwood - Validity of using chronosequence
        studies to predict carabid beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) assemblage response to forest
        succession in managed and natural jack pine (Pinus banksiana) forests in southeastern
        Manitoba.

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15:00   Joshua Jacobs, JR Spence, DW Langor - Breaking down the break-down: The rise and
        fall of beetle empires.

15:15   Refreshments - Café/thé


13:30-15:15 Contributed Papers (C4) – Forest Entomology - Arnica
            Communications offertes (C4) - Entomologie forestière - Arnica
            Moderator/Modératrice: Maya Evenden

13:30   Maya Evenden, R Gries, G Gries - Sex pheromone components of the ash leaf
        coneroller, Caloptilia fraxinella (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae), a new pest of ash in the
        prairies.
13:45   Vince Nealis - Damage to juvenile hemlock in Pacific coastal forests by the
        blackheaded budworm.
14:00   S Takács, Karl Hardin, R Bennett, W Strong, G Gries - Western conifer seed bug,
        Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann: characterization and attractiveness of male-
        produced sonic and vibrational signals.
14:15   Jon Sweeney, P Silk, J Gutowski, J Millar, L Hanks - Pheromones of the brown spruce
        longhorn beetle, Tetropium fuscum (F.): preliminary results.
14:30   Bill Riel, TL Shore, J Hughes, A Fall, M Eng - Forest landscape patterns and mountain
        pine beetle management.
14:45   Terry Shore, A Fall, BG Riel - Modeling the eastern spread of the mountain pine
        beetle.
15:00   Mary Reid - Habitat-dependent movement in bark beetles.


15:15-16:30 Poster Session (incl. President’s Prize poster judging) - Cougar/Grizzly and
            Concourse
            Présentation des affiches (incluant l’évaluation pour le prix du président) ) -
            Cougar/Grizzly and Concourse

              Refreshments - Café/thé

16:30-17:15 Heritage Lecture - Allocution patrimoniale - Lady Slipper/Orchid
            David J. Larson - The Prairies Then and Now: Personal Reflections on
            Entomologists and Entomology

17:30-18:30 ESC Annual General Meeting - Lady Slipper/Orchid
            Assemblée générale annuelle de la SEC - Lady Slipper/Orchid

19:00-19:45 Cocktails - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper

19:45-22:00 Banquet, Student Awards - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper
            Banquet, Prix aux Étudiants - Crocus/Arnica/Lady Slipper
              After dinner talk - Discourt
              Michael Majerus - Ladybirds behaving badly

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Saturday, November 5 - Samedi, 5 novembre


08:00-12:00 Symposium D (SD): Fire and Arthropods - Crocus
            Symposium D (SD): Les Arthropodes et le Feu - Crocus
             [organized by the Biological Survey of Canada; organisé par la Commission
             Biologique du Canada]
             Moderators/Modérateurs: Rob Roughley & Geoff Scudder

08:00   Introduction
08:10   Brad Hawkes - Documenting fire characteristics: what is important in understanding fire
        and insect interactions?
08:50   Tyler Cobb, DW Langor, JR Spence, ID Phillips - Pyrophilous arthropods and post-
        fire salvage harvesting: the ecological implications of an economic reality.
09:30   Michel Saint-Germain, CM Buddle, P Drapeau - Pyrophily in boreal insects: Do
        wildfires really contribute at maintaining higher populations?

10:10   Refreshments - Café/thé

10:30   Geoff Scudder - Recovery of the arthropod fauna in an Antelope-brush community
        following destruction by fire.
11:10   Rob Roughley - Beetles, fire and tallgrass prairie.
11:50   Summary and Conclusions

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)


08:00-12:00 Symposium E (SE): Wheat Stem Sawfly - Arnica
            Symposium E (SE): La Cèphe du Blé - Arnica
             [Sponsored by SeCan Association; commandité par l’Association SeCan]
             Moderators/Modérateurs: Héctor Cárcamo & Brian Beres

08:00   Introduction: Héctor Cárcamo
08:05   David Weaver - Managing the wheat stem sawfly, an adaptive pest: a tribute to the
        research of Wendell Morrill.
08:45   Sharlene Sing, DK Weaver, WL Morrill - Quantifying sawfly impacts on wheat yield.
09:00   Brian Beres, H, JR Byers, F Clarke, R DePauw - Assessment of IPM strategies to
        control wheat stem sawfly.
09:15   Thomas Shanower, KA Hoelmer - Classical biological control of the wheat stem
        sawfly: an update.
09:30   Wendell Morrill, KA Hoelmer, TG Shanower - Post-diapause development duration of
        wheat stem sawflies and parasitoids from China and the U.S.
09:45   Scott Meers - Impact of harvest operations on parasitism of the wheat stem sawfly,
        Cephus cinctus Norton (Hymenoptera: Cephidae).

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé

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10:30   Owen Olfert, S Hartley - Wheat stem sawfly in Saskatchewan.
10:45   Tulio Macedo, RKD Peterson, DK Weaver, WL Morrill - Wheat stem sawfly, Cephus
        cinctus Norton, and wheat interactions: an ecophysiological approach.
11:00   Joel Perez-Mendoza, DK Weaver, WL Morrill - Oviposition preference of wheat stem
        sawfly (Hymenoptera: Cephidae) and larval performance on wheat and downy brome
        grass (Cyperales: Poacea).
11:15   Fran Clarke, R Knox, R DePauw, J Clarke - Inheritance of alternate source of
        solidness.
11:30   Héctor Cárcamo, B Beres, F Clarke, R DePauw, JR Byers - Novel solid-stemmed
        wheat hybrid (durum-red spring) germplasm- a sawfly response.
11:45   Discussion

12:00   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)


08:00-10:00 Contributed Papers (C5) – Arachnology – Lady Slipper
            Communications offertes (C5) – Arachnologie – Lady Slipper
            Moderator/Modérateur: David Shorthouse

08:00   C Arrieta, B Leskiw, Reuben Kaufman - An antimicrobial substance in the egg wax of
        the tick, Amblyomma hebraeum (Acari: Ixodidae), protects the eggs from soil
        microflora.
08:15   Frédéric Beaulieu - Hyperdiversity in the tropics: the role of spatial and ecological
        turnover of species of predatory mesostigmatic mites in Australia.
08:30   Derrick Kanashiro, MJ Clapperton, V. Behan-Pelletier - Brachychthoniidae from
        western Canadian Grasslands; a new examination of the genus Liochthonius.
08:45   Heather Proctor, S Kembel - Do feather mites choose hosts based on host body size?
09:00   David Raworth - Timing emergence of two-spotted spider mites, Tetranychus urticae.
09:15   Robert Bennett, M Salomon - Spider-habitat associations in a disturbed coastal sand
        dune ecosystem in southwestern British Columbia.
09:30   Pierre Paquin, M Hedin - Does bad taxonomy serve conservation purposes? The case
        of the Cicurina cueva complex (Araneae: Dictynidae) in the vicinity of Austin (Travis
        Co.) Texas.
09:45   K Hancock, John Hancock - The spider's niche.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé


08:00-10:00 Contributed Papers (C6) – Diversity and Systematics - Cougar/Grizzly
            Communications offertes (C6) - Diversité et systématique - Cougar/Grizzly
            Moderator/Modérateur: Felix Sperling

08:00   Thomas Simonsen - Muscles, glands and genitalia – the utilization of soft-part
        morphology in butterfly systematics.
08:15   Amanda Roe, FAH Sperling - The effects of time and preservation techniques on DNA
        quality in insect specimens.


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08:30   Kevin Floate, HA Cárcamo, R Blackshaw, B Postman, S Bourassa - Response of
        ground beetle assemblages (Carabidae) to cultivation of Bt corn during a 4-yr study.
08:45   Nancy Hofer, JS Richardson - Colonisation and association of freshwater invertebrates
        with three species of wood in a temperate stream.
09:00   Dan Johnson - Changes in distribution, abundance and phenology of Orthoptera in
        grassland, montane and alpine habitats during recent decades, with reference to
        influences of weather and vegetation.
09:15   Dustin Hartley, JR Spence - Went down to the cemetery looking for beetles.
09:30   Robert Holmberg - Review of the Harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones) of Canada.
09:45   Minsheng You - Biodiversity and ecologically-based pestmanagement in
        agroecosystems.

10:00   Refreshments - Café/thé


10:30-12:30 Contributed Papers (C7) – Ecology and Management - Lady Slipper
            Communications offertes (C7) - Écologie et Lutte - Lady Slipper
            Moderator/Modérateur: Ralph Cartar

10:30   Ian Phillips, RD Vinebrooke - Effects of the crayfish Orconectes virilis on the aquatic
        invertebrates of a recovering acidified lake: A reintroduction or an invasion?
10:45   Aziz Ajlan - Occurrence of desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) in Saudi Arabia.
11:00   Chris Borkent - Flower visiting in a little-known Fly family: Are acrocerids pollinators
        or opportunists?
11:15   Ralph Cartar - Linking lifespan and foraging behaviour in bumble bees: The case for
        wing wear.
11:30   John Spence - Gerrid diets: specialists for a surface smorgasboard.
11:45   Steve Perlman - Cardinium, a recently discovered bacterial symbiont that manipulates
        reproduction in insects.
12:00   MA Malek - Ovicidal activities of Annona squamosa Linn. seed oil and two new
        compounds against two strains of Tribolium castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera:
        Tenebrionidae).
12:15   MA Malek, MB Parveen - Protection of stored paddy (B.R.-3) by using plant extracts.

12:30   Lunch (on your own) - Dîner (à votre choix)


12:00-13:30 ESC Governing Board Meeting - Cougar/Grizzly
            Réunion du conseil de la SEC - Cougar/Grizzly


13:00-17:30 Biological Survey of Canada Scientific Committee Meeting - Vic’s Private
            Room
            Comité scientifique de la Commission Biologique du Canada - Vic’s Private
            Room


13:00-18:00 Field trips - Excursions du chantier

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Posters – Communications affichées
* President‟s Prize competition – En compétition pour la prix du Président

P01* L Andreassen, U Kuhlmann, J Whistlecraft, NJ Holliday - Spring emergence of
     Canadian Delia radicum (L.) (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) and its natural enemies, an
     assessment for classical biological control.
P02* Aleks Argals, M Evenden - Dispersal capability of male forest tent caterpillars,
     Malacasoma disstria (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae), from two different populations and
     outbreak densities.
P03* Colin Bergeron, JR Spence - Pitfall trap depth in 3 forest habitats.
P04* SC Entz, DL Johnson, LM Kawchuk - Discovery of a native genetic variant of
     Metarhizium anisopliae var. anisopliae pathogenic to grasshoppers.
P05* Ali Hosseini Gharalari - Life history and demographic parameters of Brevicoryne
     brassicae L. (Homoptera: Aphididae) at three constant temperatures.
P06* Wade Jenner, N Cappuccino, P Mason, U Kuhlmann - Life table study to identify
     control options for leek moth in Canada.
P07* Tanya Latty, M Reid - Changes in mate choice with age and mating history in Tenebrio
     molitor.
P08* Zoë Lindo - Islands in the sky: oribatid mite communities in suspended soils of western
     redcedar as model systems of island biogeography and metacommunity dynamics.
P09* Chris MacQuarrie, DW Langor, E Holsten, S Digweed, D Williams - Biological control
     of ambermarked birch leafminer in Alaska.
P10* Jessica Pollon, M Olaosebikan, WR Kaufman - Voraxin, the engorgement factor from
     ticks (Acari: Ixodidae): cross-reactivity among various tick species.
P11* David Shorthouse - The Canadian Arachnologist On-line Spider Database.
P12* Alexandor Smith, X Guo, WR Kaufman - Voraxin, the engorgement factor from ticks
     (Acari: Ixodidae): production of recombinant peptides.
P13 Pat Bouchard, RG Poulin, T Wellicome, G Holroyd - Beetle diversity in burrowing owl
     pellets: impacts of agriculture on prey availability.
P14 Lorraine Braun, P Mason - Evaluation of egg parasitoids for biological control of bertha
     armyworm, Mamestra configurata Walker.
P15 Héctor Cárcamo, TR Larson, CE Herle, J Otani - Biology of Lygus keltoni - a pest of
     canola in Alberta.
P16 Stephanie Chaisson, DT Stewart, SO Gaul, K Glover - Using PCR to identify a putative
     esterase in Plutella xylostella L.
P17 Mike Climie, M Reid - Settlement patterns of mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus
     ponderosae) in relation to lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) characteristics in Banff National
     Park.
P18 Scott Digweed - Diversity of gall wasps (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) on bur oak (Quercus
     macrocarpa Michx.) in Riding Mountain National Park, MB.
P19 Nadine Dupérré, P Paquin, D Buckle, D Ubick - Recent progress in Linyphiidae
     taxonomy.
P20 Sonia Gaul, LJ Eaton - Rhagoletis mendax L. (Curran) control using vegetative field
     management in lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium).
P21 Gary Grant - Foliage architecture and the oviposition preference of spruce budworm,
     Choristoneura fumiferana, for white spruce over balsam fir.
P22 John Hancock - Some of Waterton Lakes National Park's spiders.
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P23   Joshua Jacobs - Habitat utilization of the pyrophilous beetle Sericoda quadripuctata
      (Carabidae) in burned white spruce stands.
P24   Luke Powell, D Johnson, and A. Berg - Regional relationships between climate, soil
      moisture, and grasshopper populations in Alberta, and implications for future grasshopper
      population prediction.
P25   Esther Kamunya, JR Spence, WJA Volney - Dynamics of a Lepidoptera (moth)
      community in managed boreal forests of northwestern Alberta, Canada.
P26   Steve Lamothe, G Chouinard, D Cormier, C Vincent - Performance of traps used to
      monitor the plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst), is influenced by materials
      and abiotic factors.
P27   Tom Lowery, M Smirle, R Foottit, C Zurowski - Susceptibilities of green apple and
      spirea aphids to insecticides.
P28   Christine Noronha - The efficacy of three different insecticides to control European
      corn borer Ostrinia nubilalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in potatoes.
P29   Jane Park, J Wilson - Assessing the effectiveness of mountain pine beetle management
      strategies in Banff National Park.
P30   Y Pelletier, P Dexter, R Coffin, M Bejan, E Lucas, C Vincent, V LeRoux, P
      Giordanengo - Aphid resistance in wild potatoes: preliminary results of field and
      laboratory trials.
P31   Sunil Ranasinghe, T Hutchison - Impact of woodborer damage vs. checking on fire-
      killed white spruce in northeast Alberta
P32   M Rezabeigi, G Radjabi, G Nouri Ghanbalani, GA Abdollahi - Mechanisms of resistance
      to Sunn Pest (Eurygaster integriceps Put.) in wheat cultivars.
P33   Lucie Royer - Effect of the availability of preferred oviposition sites on reproductive
      performance of balsam fir sawfly, Neodiprion abietis (Harris), females.
P34   Krista Ryall, H Fry, P Dixon - Survival and fecundity of elm spanworm on different host
      tree species and the efficacy of a systemic insecticide as a control option.
P35   Michael Smirle, Cheryl Zurowski, T Lowery - Effects of mixtures of kaolin
      (Surround®) and synthetic insecticides on larvae of the obliquebanded leafroller
      (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
P36   Ward Strong - Seasonal variation in damage potential to lodgepole pine seed orchards
      by Leptoglossus occidentalis (Hemiptera: Coreidae).
P37   Wyatt Williams, I Robertson - Emergence date reflects amount of fat in the Douglas-fir
      beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae).
P38   David Langor, JEH Hammond, GR Pohl – A coarse filter approach to conserving
      arthropod biodiversity in Canadian forests.




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