The article appeared yesterday in The Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera.
Part of Kenai Peninsula College‘s KPC Showcase series, this talk was given on 19.Feb.2016. URI below.
Appearing in the journal ZooKeys on 15.Feb.2016, this article includes an introductory review of soil microarthropod research in Alaska.
Sikes DS, Allen RT (2016) First Alaskan records and a significant northern range extension for two species of Diplura (Diplura, Campodeidae). ZooKeys 563: 147-157. doi:10.3897/zookeys.563.6404
Presentations, posters, and audio from the 9th annual meeting are now available via the links below.
Inventorying arthropods on Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge by next generation sequencing
Matt Bowser, USFWS; Kristin DuBour, USFWS; Beth Schulz, USFS; John Hanson, Research and Testing Laboratory (audio)
What is pestering Alaska?
Ken Perry, Paratex (audio)
Response of arthropod communities to shrub expansion in Western Alaska
Molly McDermott, IAB, UAF (audio)
An update on the Kenelm W. Phillip Lepidoptera collection at the University of Alaska Museum
Kathryn Daly, UAF, UAM (audio)
Building a DNA barcode library of Alaskan non-marine arthropods
Derek S. Sikes, UAF, UAM; Casey Bickford; Sarah Meierotto; Kyndall Hildebrandt (audio)
Soil mites of interior Alaska
Robin Andrews, IAB, UAF
A preliminary morphological and molecular phylogeny of the rove beetle genus Phlaeopterus (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Omaliinae: Anthophagini)
Logan Mullen, UAF, UAM; Derek S. Sikes, UAF, UAM
Post-fire succession of ant communities in boreal Alaska
Alexandria Wenninger, UAF; Diane Wagner, UAF
US Forest Service Forest Health Protection is currently advertising three seasonal technician positions at two grade levels in Juneau, Anchorage and Fairbanks on USAJobs. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in entomology and/or enjoys working in the field! The positions are only open until Thursday, Feb 4th:
GS4 level: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/427778900
GS5 level: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/427786100
The ninth annual meeting of the Alaska Entomological Society will take place on January 29-30 in Anchorage. Presentations and the business meeting be on Saturday, January 30 at the Anchorage UAF Cooperative Extension Service office (map). Please see the agenda.
The evening social will be at the Elim Cafe from 5:30-7:30 on the evening of the 29th.
Crayfish inventory on Kodiak Island
Blythe Brown, Kodiak Soil & Water Conservation District
Invasive forest insects in Alaska: Where are they now?
Jason Moan, Alaska Division of Forestry
The article appeared in the journal BMC Evolutionary Biology. See the URI below.