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UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Office Hours: Information about Spotted Lanternfly

On Tuesday, March 5th, from 1-2 pm PT, the Department of Viticulture & Enology at UC Davis Office Hours: Information about Spotted Lanternfly. Cindy Kron, UCANR Integrated Pest Management…

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Storer Lecture (Public Lecture) - Ivette Perfecto - March 15, 2023

Ivette Perfecto is the James E. Crowfoot Collegiate Professor of Environmental Justice. Her research focuses on biodiversity and arthropod-mediated ecosystem services in rural and urban agriculture.…

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Dr. Sylvain Pincebourde - The key role of microclimates in modulating the response of ectotherms to climate change

"In a warming world, species may buffer to some extent part of the environmental changes by exploiting the microclimates that are available across space and time. My presentation will focus on…

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Red Blotch Disease Epidemiology, Believing is Seeing

Dr. Marc Fuchs from The School of Integrative Plant Science Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section Cornell AgriTech, Cornell, speaks on "Red blotch disease epidemiology, believing is…

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Making the Best of Pests: The Value of Bug-Bitten Tea and Barriers to its Spread

Dr. Eric Scott, Scientific Programmer & Educator, University ofArizona

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Marisol Berti 2022 WAC - Cropping Alfalfa for Biodiversity Restoration Above & Belowground

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Michael Rethwisch 2022 WAC - Insects with Piercing-Sucking Mouthparts (Aphid Complex, Leafhoppers, Mites)

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Wk 8 - Lecture and Discussion Video

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Beverly Bulaon: The complex interactions of native insects and diseases of true-firs in the Southern Sierras

A Forest and Fire Ecology Random Lecture (FFERAL) sponsored by the California Fire Science Consortium and the US Forest Service Pacific Southwest Ecology Program. Abstract: True firs in California…

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Oct 27 Lecture 5. Pollination 1

pollination, flowers, evolution of angiosperms, goals of plants and pollinators, which taxa, and more...

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Pinning & Spreading Lepidoptera with Jeff Smith

Pinning & Spreading Lepidoptera with Jeff Smith. Join Bohart Volunteer Research Associate Jeff Smith as he describes how to pin and spread Lepidoptera. This technique is the most common method…

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Bohart Virtual Tour Sneak Peek

Get a behind-the-scenes Sneak Peek inside the Bohart Museum of Entomology in this short video. Discover the more than 7 million specimens, live insect zoo, expert staff, and innovative research that…

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PLS 150 Introduction to wildflower field-plots

NMWilliams at Hedgerow Farms plots introducing lab activity for PLS 150 Week 6 SQ 2020

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Bohart Museum of Entomology Virtual Tour: Lepidoptera Collection (Dr. Diane Ullman)

Entomology Professor Diane Ullman leads a Virtual Tour through the Lepidoptera collection of the Bohart Museum of Entomology (UC Davis), describing the natural history and ecology of several…

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Bohart Museum of Entomology Virtual Tour: Introduction to the Museum (Dr. Lynn Kimsey)

Join Museum Director Dr. Lynn Kimsey, for an introduction to the Bohart Museum. Founded in 1946, the Museum is dedicated to teaching, research and service. We have the seventh largest insect…

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Bohart Museum of Entomology Virtual Tour: Live Insect Zoo (Tabatha Yang & Dr. Lynn Kimsey)

The Bohart Museum of Entomology's Education & Outreach Coordinator Tabatha Yang gives a hands-on tour of some of the Bohart's live animals, including several species of Walking…

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