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The Insect Zoo - 2015 Bug Village!

The Insect Zoo in Iowa State University's Department of Entomology is an outreach program developed to foster an appreciation of insects found in Iowa and throughout the world. Participants can view and interact with live insects and other arthropods. We emphasize the diversity, ecology and behavior of arthropods while the students are exposed to many basic concepts of biology. Participants will learn about interrelationships among diverse insect groups and their important role in life on Earth. 
Find out more about our programs on our website.

Ag Biodiversity Conference at Department of Entomology Spring 2015 Seminar Series

Dr. Greg Courtney, from Iowa State University's Department of ENtomology and Masako Morioka from Hokkadio University, Japan, presented at the Department of Entomology's 2015 Fall semester seminar series. This event was co-sponsored by Iowa State University's Presidential Distinguished Scholar Seminar Program.

Systematics of Moth Flies and Sand Flies (Diptera, Psychodidae): What We Didn't Know

Seminar will be given by Dr. Greg Curler, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi Entomological Museum.

Event will be held in E164 Lagomarcino Hall.

Will monarchs go extinct? – The view from down under...

Seminar will be given by Dr. Meron Zalucki, University of Queensland, School of Biological Sciences, Australia.

Event will be held in E164 Lagomarcino Hall and is co-sponsored with AGRON/EEB/EEOB/NREM.

Evolution of Resistance to Bt Corn by Western Corn Rootworm: A Tough Management Challenge

Seminar will be given by Dr. Ram Shrestha, Iowa State University, Department of Entomology.

Event will be held in E164 Lagomarcino Hall.

Discovery of Corn Rootworm Viruses

Seminar will be given by Dr. Sijun Liu from Iowa State University Department of Entomology.

Event will be held in E164 Lagomarcino Hall.

Field crop insect pest management resulting from the widespread use of Bt.

Seminar will be given by Dr. Dominic Reisig from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, Department of Entomology. It is a Harold Gunderson Memorial Lecture.

The formulation makes the poison.

Dr. Chris Mullin from Pennsylvania State University's Department of Entomology will be presenting this research as a part of the spring semester seminar series and the Dahm Memorial Lecture Series. The seminar will be located in E164 Lagomarcino Hall.

Paradox of the proboscis: How butterflies feed.

Dr. Peter H. Adler from Clemson University's Department of Entomology, Soils & Plant Sciences will be presenting this research as a part of the spring semester seminar series. The seminar will be located in E164 Lagomarcino Hall.

Monarch butterfly recovery plan

Dr. Chip Taylor from University of Kansas's Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology will be presenting this research as a part of the spring semester seminar series. The seminar will be located in E164 Lagomarcino Hall.

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