Students & Faculty attend the Georgia Entomological Society Meeting
Several students and faculty from the Department of Biology attended and won awards at the Georgia Entomological Society meetings, which were held in Valdosta, GA on April 9-11, 2014.
MS Student Poster winner: Alexandra Dorfzaun (Masters student), “Postfloral nectaries and facultative mutualisms on Richardia scabra (Rubiaceae).” (A. Harvey, advisor)
MS Student Poster 2nd place award: Hunter Seabolt (Masters student), “Mitochondrial 12S ribosomal RNA gene sequences as an informative phylogenetic marker for systematic analysis of the subgenera of the genus Amblyomma Koch (Ixodidae).” (L. Beati, advisor)
MS Student Poster 3rd place award: Katie S. Googe (undergrad), “A morphological and genetic analysis of forensically important blow flies, from Georgia: the genus Lucilia.” (S. Harrison and E. Mondor, advisors)
Photography Salon, Biology category, 1st place award, “Tree cattle.” (Alan Harvey)
Photography Salon, Sequence category, 1st place award, “The one that got away: fishing for tiger beetle larvae.” (Alan Harvey)
Congratulations to all the winners!