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2 Table of Contents Conference Floor Plan... inside front cover Schedule of Events... 4 Program Symposia, Contributed Papers, President s Prize Sessions... 6 Monday 20 October - Morning... 6 Monday 20 October - Afternoon... 7 Tuesday 21 October - Morning Tuesday 21 October - Afternoon Wednesday 22 October - Morning Awards Entomological Society of Canada Gold Medal Médaille d or de la Société d entomologie du Canada Norman Criddle Award Recipient Gagnant du Prix Norman Criddle General Information Oral Presentation Abstracts / Résumés des présentations orales Poster Abstracts / Résumés des affiches ESC ESO Society Officers Index to Authors JAM Organizing Committee, Acknowledgements...last page Photographs by Jay Cossey...inside back cover List of Sponsors...outside back cover JAM2008 3

3 Schedule of Events For an explanation of the room names and ballroom abbreviations (A,B,C), and their locations, please check the Crowne Plaza floor plan, inside front cover. FUNCTION BR STRT END Friday 17th AAFC Biological Control Working Group meeting - CEF, KW Neatby 8:30 17:00 Saturday 18th Initial ESC Governing Board Meeting Capitale Room 8:30 17:00 Biology and Biological Control of Established Invasive Plants in Canada External Symposium Rob Bourchier Brookfield Room #1 Sunday 19th 8:00 17:00 Registration Lower Level: Lower Lobby 9:00 19:00 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Convention Level: Bytowne Room 9:00 13:00 ESO Incoming and outgoing board meeting Penthouse Level: Panorama Room 8:00 12:00 Opening Session, ESC Awards, Gold Medal Address, Plenary Session 13:00 17:00 Convention Level: Grand Salon Introduction John Huber, Peggy Dixon, Rebecca Hallett, Paul Fields (introducing Gold 13:00 13:30 Medal Address) Bernie Roitberg Gold Medal Recipient Address Think Broad, Focus Sharp 13:30 14:00 Plenary Session Moderator: Jeff Skevington 14:00 17:00 Maydianne Andrade Sexual selection drives plasticity in an extreme mating system 14:00 14:45 Coffee break Convention Level: Foyer 14:45 15:15 John Heraty Passion for Parasitoids: 30 years with eucharitids 15:15 16:00 Dan Janzen How to DNA barcode the tropical wild world and endow it as well; the 16:00 16:45 Area de Concervación Guanacaste example from northwest Costa Rica Closing comments 16:45 17:00 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Bytowne Room 17:00 19:00 Canadian Forum for Biological Control Convention Level: Grand Salon 18:00 19:00 Student mixer Penthouse: Panorama Room 19:00 20:00 General reception Penthouse: Panorama & Pinnacle Rooms 20:00 22:30 Monday 20th Registration Lower Level: Lower Lobby 7:00 19:00 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Victoria Room 7:00 10:00 President's Prize Session (PP1) Forestry and Systematics Moderator: Jade A 8:00 12:00 Savage Insect Pests of Grapevine Symposium Coordinators: C. Oliver and C. Vincent B 8:15 12:00 Graduate Student Symposium Coordinators: Chris Borkent and Greg Smith C 9:00 12:00 Coffee break Foyer Ballroom Lobby 10:00 10:30 Poster session C 10:30 19:00 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Victoria Room 12:00 13:00 Editorial Board meeting Bytowne Room 12:00 14:00 Exhibitors Foyer Ballroom Lobby 8:30 18:00 Silent auction Foyer Ballroom Lobby 8:30 18:00 JAM2008 4

4 FUNCTION BR STRT END President's Prize Session (PP2) Ecology Moderator: Kenna MacKenzie A 13:00 18:30 President's Prize Session (PP3) Biodiversity Moderator: Owen Lonsdale B 13:00 18:00 Celebrating 60 years of Research Collaboration Between CABI and Canada Symposium Coordinator: Peter Mason C 13:00 17:00 Coffee break Foyer Ballroom Lobby 15:00 15:30 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Victoria Room 16:00 18:00 ESC Annual General Meeting A 17:00 18:00 ESC Final Governing Board meeting A 18:00 18:30 President's reception Penthouse: Pinnacle Room 20:15 22:15 CABI Anniversary Penthouse: Panorama Room 18:00 20:00 Tuesday 21st Registration Lower Level: Lower Lobby 8:00 19:00 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Victoria Room 7:30 9:30 Silent auction Foyer Ballroom Lobby 8:00 18:00 Poster session C 8:00 19:00 Contributed papers Ecology Moderator: Peggy Dixon A 8:15 12:00 Canadian Insect Collections Their Role in Support of National and International Biodiversity Research (Symposium) Coordinator: Steve Marshall B 8:40 11:15 Contributed Papers Agriculture Moderator: Juliana Soroka C 8:15 12:00 Coffee break Foyer Ballroom Lobby 10:00 10:30 ESO Annual General Meeting A 12:00 13:00 Contributed Papers Forestry and Agriculture Moderator: Kevin Floate A 13:00 17:00 Contributed Papers Systematics and Conservation Moderator: Matthias Buck B 13:00 17:00 President's Prize Session (PP4) Agriculture, Physiology and Education Moderator: Shi-you Li C 13:00 18:00 Coffee break Foyer Ballroom Lobby 15:00 15:30 Audio visual room (open for uploading) Victoria Room 16:00 18:00 Cash bar Foyer Ballroom Lobby 18:00 19:00 Banquet (includes presentation of awards) Ballrooms AB 19:00 22:00 Heritage Lecture Stewart Peck AB 20:30 21:30 Wednesday 22nd Audio visual room (open for uploading) Victoria Room 7:00 8:00 Registration Lower Level: Lower Lobby 8:00 12:00 Biological Survey of Canada Symposium Coordinator: Andrew Smith A 8:00 9:45 Invasive Species Symposium Coordinators: Hume Douglas and Vasily Grebennikov B 8:15 12:00 Digital Entomology Symposium (Biodiversity Informatics) Coordinator: David Shorthouse C 8:15 12:00 Coffee break Foyer Ballroom Lobby 10:00 10:30 Biological Survey of Canada Brookfield Room #1 13:00 18:00 Thursday 23rd Biological Survey of Canada Brookfield Room #1 9:00 18:00 JAM2008 5

5 Program Symposia, Contributed Papers, President s Prize Sessions Authors, Titles of Presentations, Timing Listed by Time and Event Monday 20 October - Morning Session 1 President's Prize Session (PP1) Forestry and Systematics Moderator: Jade Savage 08:00 12:00 Ballroom A C. J. Borkent, T. A. Wheeler Natural history and systematics of Leptomorphus (Diptera: Mycetophilidae). J. Gibbs Lasioglossum (Apoidea, Halictidae): an ideal group for studying the evolution of cleptoparasitism? 08:00 08:15 M. Bergeron What s in your Dung? A Revision of the New World Coproica. 08:30 J. F. Gibson, J. H. Skevington A phylogeny of the genera of Conopidae (Diptera) based on mtdna and nrdna. D. Jack, J. McLean, G. Weetman B. Mader, E. Despland, E. Bauce M. D. Jackson, J. H. Skevington, S. A. Marshall Can nitrogen fertilizer increase the natural defense of mature lodgepole pine trees against mountain pine beetle attack? Effect of parental dietary pressure on the feeding behavior of the F1 and F2 generations of spruce budworm larvae Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). A Taeni, Tiny Problem: Preliminary revisionary work on the genus Taeniaptera (Diptera: Micropezidae). 08:45 09:00 09:15 09:30 J. Klymko, S. A. Marshall A revision of the New World Curtonotidae (Diptera). 09:45 Coffee break 10:00 J. J. Mlynarek, T. A. Wheeler Testing the monophyly of the Tribe Elachipterini (Diptera: 10:30 Chloropidae). J. H. Kits, S. A. Marshall A revision of the Archiborborini (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae). 10:45 C. Butt Influence of balsam fir (Abies balsamea L. Mill.) budburst phenology 11:00 on hemlock looper Lambdina fiscellaria (Guen.). A. Thielman, F. Hunter Analysis of potential cryptic Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae) species in 11:15 Canada using morphological and molecular data. J. Dombroskie Quantifying gestalt: Towards an interactive matrix-based key to 11:30 Canadian lepidopteran subfamilies. J. J. Wilson Novel genes or new taxa for molecular phylogenetic reconstruction in Lepidoptera? 11:45 Session 2 Insect Pests of Grapevine Symposium Coordinators: C. Olivier and C. Vincent Ballroom B 8:15 12:00 C. Vincent, J. Lasnier, N. J. Bostanian Canadian vineyards: keen interest, increasing protection 08:15 problems. H. Goulet, N. J. Bostanian, P., C. Ground beetle diversity in Canadian vineyards. 08:30 Vincent, J. Lasnier, P. Bouchard, C. Boudreault P. Bouchard, L. Lesage, H. Goulet, N. J. Bostanian, C. Vincent, A. Zmudzinka, J. Lasnier Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) in Quebec vineyards. 08:45 JAM2008 6

6 F. Bensadia, C. Vincent, Y. Mauffette, J. Lasnier Response of the grape berry moth (Endopiza viteana) to different grape cultivars. 09:00 C. Olivier, T. Lowery, L. Stobbs, C. Phytoplasma diseases in Canadian grapevine. 09:15 Vincent, J. Saguez, B. Galka, L. Bittner, K. Whybourne René Sforza Invasive arthropods in European viticulture. 09:30 Coffee break 10:00 D. Thomas Lowery Development of a sustainable IPM program for BC grapes. 10:30 H. Fraser, M. Appleby, W. McFadden- Smith and K. Ker Managing the usual suspects in vineyards - An Ontario perspective. 11:00 N. J. Bostanian, M. C. Laurin, J. Lasnier Side effects of pesticides on natural enemies. 11:30 G. Bourgeois, D. Plouffe, N. J. Bostanian, C. Vincent, M. Trudeau, J. Lasnier Bioclimatic modelling of leafhoppers and tarnished plant bug in Quebec vineyards. 11:45 Session 3 Graduate Student Symposium Coordinators: Chris Borkent and Greg Smith Ballroom C 9:00 12:00 L. Lumley, F. Sperling The mystery of Choristoneura meshing mitochondrial DNA, 09:00 microsatellites, morphometrics, and multivariate methods. L. Harris, S. E. Kelly, M. S. Rapid spread of the bacterial endosymbiont Cardinium in the aphelinid 09:30 Hunter, S. J. Perlman parasitoid wasp Encarsia pergandiella. Coffee break 10:00 W. H. Jenner, U. Kuhlmann, Host specificity of a candidate biological control agent for leek moth. 10:30 N. Cappuccino, P. G. Mason J. Gibbs Integrative taxonomy and systematics of the sweat bee subgenus 11:00 Dialictus (Halictidae: Lasioglossum). M. Larrivée, C. Buddle Ballooning propensity and multiple spatial scale diversity patterns of canopy and understorey spiders in north-temperate hardwood forests. 11:30 Monday 20 October - Afternoon Session 1 President's Prize Session (PP2) Ecology Moderator: Kenna McKenzie Ballroom A 13:00 18:30 R. Patankar, S. C. Thomas, S. M. Smith O. Mitra, M. Callaham, M. Smith, J. Yack Impact of a galling eriophyid mite on leaf-level gas exchange in mature sugar maple canopies from a northern temperate forest. Grunting for worms: Seismic vibrations cause Diplocardia earthworms to emerge from the soil. 13:00 13:15 T. Jogesh, N. Cappuccino Herbivory, novel chemistry and the feeding preference of 13:30 generalist and oligophagous specialist herbivores on introduced plants in the families Apiaceae, Brassicacaeae and Fabaceae. J. Stoltz, M. Andrade The effect of residency and male size on mating success in 13:45 competing male redback spiders. M. Modanu, M. C. B. Andrade Compensating for poor performance: Loss of copulatory organ 14:00 triggers developmental shift in male black widow spiders (Latrodectus hesperus). T. Wist, M. Evenden Ovipositional preference of the ash leaf coneroller, Caloptilia 14:15 fraxinella (Lepidoptera: Gracillaridae) for black ash, Fraxinus nigra. N. Lee, D. O. Elias, A. C. Mason Misdirected phonotaxis to a phantom source: responses to 14:30 JAM2008 7

7 multiple sound sources in the acoustic parasitoid fly Ormia ochracea. J. Hurley, J. N. McNeil Mating behaviour and female fecundity in Macrosiphum euphoribae. 14:45 Coffee break 15:00 A. J. Fleming, J. E. Yack Sonic, ultrasonic and vibratory signalling in the Mountain Pine Beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae). S. Sivalinghem, D. Elias, M. Kasumovic, A. Mason, M. Andrade J. J. Babin-Fenske, M. Anand, Y. Alarie 15:30 Mate choice in jumping spiders Phiddipus clarus. 15:45 Using museum specimens to examine correlations between climate change and rapid morphological change in stream beetles. 16:00 Q. X. Chen The effect of hairpencil symmetry in female mate choice and 16:15 female multiple mating in daughters pre-reproductive period in Pseudaletia unipuncta. V. Bura, J. Yack Multiple origins of sound production in Bombycoidea caterpillars. 16:30 C. M. Vincent, S. M. Bertram Behavioural avoidance of parasitism in Gryllus texensis. 16:45 R. J. Chlebak, L. Ellis, J W. Dawson J. Bowen, M. Smith, A. Kawahara, J. H. Skevington, S-H. Yen, J. Yack Aerial behaviour of a species of Archaeognatha, a window into the past? Insights into evolution of vibrational communication in caterpillars (Drepanidae) based on morphological, molecular and behavioural data. 17:00 17:15 J. Jacobs, T. Work Deadwood dynamics and associated insects in black spruce 17:30 stands prone to paludification. M. Barrette, L-A. Giraldeau, J. Brodeur, G. Boivin Travel time affects specialization in aphid parasitoid. 17:45 G-M. Wu, G. Boivin, J. Brodeur, L-A. Giraldeau, Y. Outreman Is resistance futile? Role of aphid cornicle secretions against parasitoids. J. Vickruck, M. Richards Sharing prime real estate: Substrate preferences and the consequences of substrate choice in two species of small carpenter bees (Ceratina dupla and C. calcarata). Session 2 18:00 18:15 President's Prize Session (PP3) Biodiversity Moderator: Owen Lonsdale Ballroom B 13:00 18:00 S. Abele, E. Macdonald, J. Spence, John A. Renaud, J. Savage, R. Roughley Gastropod Diversity and Distribution in the Boreal Mixedwood. 13:00 Historical Changes in the Biodiversity of Muscidae and Fanniidae (Diptera: Muscoidea) of Churchill (MB). M. Horn, P. Kevan Pollinators in the City: Effects of zoning on pollinator abundance and diversity. S. Paradis, T. Work Effect of ecosystem management on ground-dwelling arthropods in the black spruce-feathermoss forest of Northwestern Québec. E. Barkley, J. Malcolm, S. Smith Do Carabidae and Diapriidae communities reflect age class distribution and structure in the boreal forest? J. J. Bowden, C. M. Buddle Elevational patterns of spiders across the forest-tundra transition, Yukon Territory, Canada. 13:15 13:30 13:45 14:00 14:15 JAM2008 8

8 J. M. Fitzsimmons, A. Algar, N. D. Szabo, E. R. Young, J. Gibbs, K. E. Gibbs, J. L. Nadeau, H. Kharouba, A. L. MacDonald, J. T. Kerr Range shifts of Canadian butterfly species: have related species responded similarly to climate change? 14:30 J. Stolar, A. R. Davis Evaluating flower visitors as pollinators of Lilium philadelphicum in 14:45 Saskatchewan. Coffee break 15:00 C. Bergeron, J. Pinzon, D. Hartley, J. Spence C. M. Wood, D. W. Langor, J. R. Spence A. Hibbert, T. Work, P. Drapeau, T. Wheeler Effect of habitat and trap installation on pitfall trap catches of ground dwelling invertebrates. Assessment of saproxylic beetle assemblages from various decay stages of trembling aspen deadwood. Trophic and community structure of saproxylic Diptera found in fallen spruce and aspen logs. J. Pinzon, J. Spence Spiders on tree trunks: Bark-dwelling specialists or opportunist species. W. Knee, M. Forbes, F. Beaulieu A. Mercado Cárdenas, C. M. Buddle, H. Barrios Geographic variation in host specificity of mites with bark beetles (Scolytinae) in white pine stands in Ontario. Weevil assemblages (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) along forest edges in tropical lowland forests adjacent to different matrix habitats. S. R. Colla, L. Packer Assessing the causes of decline among North American bumble bees (Bombus spp.). E. Esch, U. Sillins, J. R. Spence, K. Bladon Benthic macroinvertebrate response to wildfire and salvage logging in oligotrophic headwater streams. M. Pyper, J. Spence, D. Langor Aggregated retention patches and beetle conservation in the mixedwood forests of Alberta, Canada. J. L. Nadeau, J. T. Kerr, D. Currie Species with moving distributions: field tests of predictive models and implications for conservation. Session 3 15:30 15:45 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00 17:15 17:30 17:45 Celebrating 60 Years Of Research Collaboration Between CABI And Canada Coordinator: Peter Mason Ballroom C 13:00 17:00 G. Whitfield, P. Neenan Welcome Remarks. 13:00 Y. Martell Opening Remarks by Canada. 13:10 T. Nicholls Opening Remarks by CABI. 13:20 U. Kuhlmann, P. Mason Sixty Years of Collaboration in Biological Control Research 13:30 Between Canada and CABI-Switzerland: An historical review. A. McClay, H. Hinz, R. DeClerck- Successes in Weed Biological Control. 13:45 Floate V. Nealis, J. Huber, M. Kenis Getting back to classics in forest insect biological control. 14:00 D. Gillespie, T. Haye, B. Broadbent Successes in Agricultural Insect Biological Control. 14:15 B. Roitberg, G. Boivin, J. Brodeur, Risk assessment in classical biological control of arthropods. 14:30 M. J. W. Cock, M. Goettel H. Hinz, R. De Clerck-Floate, R. Risk assessment in classical biological control of weeds. 14:45 Bourchier, U. Schaffner A. McClay Coffee break 15:00 T. D. Gariepy, K. Makela, L. L. Timms Biological and cross-cultural exchange: Training program for Canadian summer and graduate students. 15:30 JAM2008 9

9 W. Jenner, N. Cappuccino, M. Appleby L. D. Andreassen, U. Kuhlmann, K. J. Riley, K. Hemachandra, J. Whistlecraft, P. G. Mason, J. J. Soroka, N. J. Holliday T. Haye, L. Dosdall, O. Olfert, D. Gillespie Development of a Biologically Based Control Strategy for Leek Moth. Everything old is new again: CABI/Canada revisit classical biological control of cabbage maggot 60 years later. Biological control of the cabbage seedpod weevil, Ceutorhynchus obstrictus, in Canada history and new insights. G. Boivin, F. Corlay, T. Haye Biological control of the swede midge, Contarinia nasturtii, an invasive pest in North America. G. Peng, S. Boyetchko, K. L. Bailey, H. L. Hinz, A. Gassmann Survey and evaluation of bioherbicide candidates from Europe and Eurasia for control of scentless chamomile and Canada thistle in Canada. 15:45 16:00 16:15 16:30 16:45 Tuesday 21 October - Morning Session 1 Contributed papers Ecology Moderator: Peggy Dixon Ballroom A 08:15 12:00 C. Buddle Notes on the natural history of the northern pseudoscorpion 08:15 Wyochernes asiaticus (Chernetidae). N. K. Hillier Comparative physiology of the moth olfactory pathway. 08:30 M. Otterstatter Transmission dynamics in bumble bee social networks revealed by behavioural contagion and pathogen tracers. 08:45 K. D. Floate, P. C. Coghlin, F. Leggett C. Sheffield, L. Packer, P. Kevan, A. Taylor I. Shikano, J. D. Ericsson, J. H. Myers, J. S. Cory Y. Xue, C. A. Bahlai, A. Frewin, M. K. Sears, A. W. Schaafsma, R. H. Hallett A second look at Wolbachia bacteria in the wasp, Urolepis rufipes. Using guild structure in bee (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) communities for assessment of health. Indirect plant-mediated effects on immunity and disease resistance in insects. Predation by Coccinella septempunctata and Harmonia axyridis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) on Aphis glycines (Homoptera: Aphididae). 09:00 09:15 09:30 09:45 Coffee break 10:00 D. Punzalan, F. H. Rodd, L. Rowe The adaptive significance of costly, sexually selected colour 10:30 pattern in the ambush bug Phymata Americana. P. Hallett Nest contests between farmed species of local solitary bees 10:45 and wasps. J. N. McNeil, B. J. Frost Heading for home: A testable hypothesis of how the monarch 11:00 finds the overwintering sites in Mexico. G. Boiteau, C. Vincent, F. Meloche, Assessment of harmonic radar tag weight potential impact on 11:15 T.C. Leskey the walking behaviour of tracked insects. R. J. Lamb, P. A. MacKay Measuring temporal variability in populations of a native aphid - questions and some answers. 11:30 L. A. Strachan, H. E. Tarnowski, B. J. Sinclair Physical and evolutionary influences on supercooling capacity of Drosophila spp. larvae. Session 2 Canadian Insect Collections their role in support of national and international biodiversity research (Symposium) Coordinator: Stephen A. Marshall Ballroom B 11:45 8:40 11:15 JAM

10 S. A. Marshall Introduction 08:40 R. Anderson The Insect Collection at the Canadian Museum of Nature. 08:45 L. Packer A perspective from 'small' university collections. 09:00 D. C. Currie The curator s quandary: exhibits and public programs versus collections and research. 09:15 F. Sperling, G. Pohl Institutional Museums and the Alberta Lepidopterists' Guild. 09:30 J. Fernandez-Triana The collections of microgastrine wasps (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) in Canada: 09:45 importance, present situation and future opportunities. Coffee break 10:00 D. McAlpine The Dragonhunter Expeditions: Using insect inventories to introduce university 10:15 students to museum biodiversity research. R. Cannings Some biodiversity studies in British Columbia insect collections. 10:30 T. A. Wheeler Insect collections and community ecology research: the interface between 10:45 systematics and ecology. A. M. R. Bennett The Canadian National Collection and AAFC. 11:00 Session 3 Contributed papers Agriculture Moderator: Juliana Soroka Ballroom C 8:15 12:00 G. Moreau Temporal changes in the structure of carabid beetle communities in 08:15 response to the use of reflective groundcovers. V. V. Grebennikov, B. D. Gill Phytophagous beetles from the North Asia Pacific Region posing a 08:30 risk to Canadian plant resources: report on progress. N. A. Al-Fuhid, A. M. Ajlan The potential of some plant oils for use in desert locust IPM. 08:45 M. Dykstra AAFC's Pesticide Risk Reduction Program: from development to 09:00 implementation of strategies. J. MacKenzie, A. Hammermeister European wireworms: integrated and organic management options. 09:15 C. Vincent, S. Gaul, K. Mackenzie, P. Lemoyne Do low temperatures limit the northern distribution of the blueberry maggot, Rhagoletis mendax? 09:30 Coffee break 9:45 R. McGregor, D. Henderson Urban bug gardens: Conservation biological control in a community 10:00 garden. J. Saguez, L. Bultel, J. DP2S, a new disaccharide with aphicidal properties. 10:30 Kovensky, P. Giordanengo K. Bergen, N. J. Holliday, D. Induced plant responses: effects on two canola pests. 10:45 Fernando K. MacKenzie, S. Outerleys, J. Imidacloprid and Nematodes: A Synergistic Management Strategy for 11:00 Coupland Root Weevils? R. Buitenhuis, L. Shipp, C. Scott-Dupree B. Van Hezewijk, R. Bourchier, R. De Clerck- Floate, S. Turner Mites moving: Dispersal of Amblyseius swirskii on potted greenhouse ornamentals. Landscape-scale impacts of the weed biocontrol agent, Mecinus janthinus. J. Zhang, Y. Pelletier Role of cytochromes P450 in Colorado potato beetle resistance to Imidacloprid. Tuesday 21 October - Afternoon 11:15 11:30 11:45 JAM

11 Session 1 Contributed papers Forestry and Agriculture Moderator: Kevin Floate Ballroom A 13:00 17:00 C. J. K. MacQuarrie, B. J. Cooke Effect of forest management practices on mountain pine beetle population dynamics. L. Lachowsky, M. Reid Sex ratio variation in individual broods of mountain pine beetles, Dendroctonus ponderosae. 13:00 13:15 J. Corrigan Protecting seed orchards from attack by the mountain pine beetle 13:30 in the interior of British Columbia. C. I. Keeling, H. Henderson, M. Li, E. Clark, D. P. W. Huber, and J. Bohlmann Mountain pine beetle genomics. 13:45 R. Johns, K. Ozaki, D. T. Quiring, R. Lapointe, C. J. Lucarotti, D. Ostaff Effects of foliage-age variation within conifer on the feeding preference and performance of generalist caterpillars. T. Work, A. Hibbert Estimating species loss from deadwood under biomass harvesting scenarios. A. Rasoolizadeh, F. Dallaire, C. Béliveau, D. Stewart, M. Cusson M. J. Wogin, M. M. Davidson, R. C. Butler Transcriptional analysis of polydnavirus rep and TrV genes in spruce budworm larvae parasitized by Tranosema rostrale. Two odours are better than one; improving thrips lure trapping efficacy. 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 Coffee break 15:00 J. Soroka, P. Dixon, L. Grenkow Relay cropping for control of root maggots Delia spp. (Diptera: 15:30 Anthomyiidae): preliminary prairieinvestigations. J. Soroka, J. Otani, H. Cárcamo Crucifer-feeding flea beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) species 15:45 composition across the prairies. V. LeRoux, P. Giordanengo Glycoalkaloids of Solanum chomatophilum: toxic against aphids? 16:00 L. Brunissen, C. Vincent, P. Giordanengo Host-plant mediated interactions between two aphids: Differential effects on M. euphorbiae. 16:15 P. Giordanengo, S. Boquel, A. Ameline Potato plant acceptance by non-potato aphids: deciphering behaviour to assess potyvirus epidemic risk. 16:30 C. Olivier, B. Galka Aster yellows disease in canola. 16:45 Session 2 Contributed papers Systematics and Conservation Moderator: Matthias Buck Ballroom B 13:00 17:00 J-F. Landry, V. Nazari Coleophora (Lepidoptera: Coleophoridae) : Enhanced species discovery and taxonomy through DNA barcoding. 13:00 M. Buck New World Leptocera (Diptera, Sphaeroceridae): revising a ubiquitous 13:15 yet hardly known genus of so-called 'dung' flies. O. Lonsdale Research on Nearctic Agromyzidae (Diptera) in the 21st Century. 13:30 A. Taylor, L. Packer Bees as bioindicators for oak savannah restoration. 13:45 T. Terzin DNA barcoding all insect families: reasons, approaches and obstacles. 14:00 J. Heron Defining critical habitat for the Endangered Butterfly Taylor's 14:15 Checkerspot (Euphydryas editha taylori), in British Columbia, Canada. H. Goulet The New World Siricidae: problems and solutions. 14:30 JAM

12 G. F. Gonçalves Miranda Via dolorosa brasiliensis: Addressing the under-representation of the 14:45 Brazilian insect fauna in taxonomic revisions the 'collecting permit' aspect. Coffee break 15:00 M. A. Smith, J. J. Rodríguez, J. B. Whitfield, A. R. Deans, D. H. Janzen, W. Hallwachs, P. D. N. Hebert Extreme diversity of tropical parasitoid wasps exposed by iterative integration of natural history, DNA barcoding, morphology, and collections. 15:30 G. Gibson New World Spalangiinae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae). 15:45 J. Savage Description of a new genus of Muscidae (Diptera) with a discussion of 16:00 high levels of monotypy, paraphyly and conflicting data in the tribe Reinwardtiini. J. Fernandez-Triana, A. Barcoding parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera) in Canada: an overview after 16:15 Smith, J. Huber, H. Goulet, R. Roughley, P. Hebert 6000 sequences. J. O'Hara, H. Shima, C. Biogeography of the Tachinidae (Diptera) of China. 16:30 Zhang M. Hajibabaei DNA barcoding: from organisms to environments. 16:45 Session 3 President's Prize Session (PP4) Agriculture, Physiology and Education Moderator: Shi-you Li Ballroom C 13:00 18:00 R. Auld, M. Colbo, P. Dixon Host preference in Blissus leucopterus hirtus (hairy chinch bug). 13:00 A. B. Kwasniewska, C. Buddle, C. Vincent Effects of host fruit volatiles on attraction of Rhagoletis mendax (Diptera: Tephritidae) flies to green sphere traps. L. K. W. Wijayaratne, P. G. Fields Effects of methoprene on cold hardiness and heat tolerance of red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum. A. Brown, J. Myers An integrated approach to management of the rosy apple aphid, Dysaphis plantaginea, in organic orchards of British Columbia. J. Pompon, D. Quiring, P. Giordanengo, Y. Pelletier J. A. Tansey, L. Dosdall, A. Keddie, O. Olfert A. Abdel Ghany, S. S. Awadalla, N. F. Abdel-Baky, H. A. EL- Syrafi, P. G. Fields G. Newton, V. Behan-Pelletier, M. Dumontier Search for new means to control aphid potato pests: resistance mechanism of Solanum chomatophilum to Macrosiphum euphorbiae and Myzus persicae. Cabbage seedpod weevil flight behaviour is influenced by climatic factors. Susceptibility of Stegobium paniceum (Coleoptera: Anobiidae) of different life stages to high temperature. Introducing the Journal of Canadian Undergraduate Research / Revue Canadienne de Recherche de Premier Cycle : A journal for Canadian undergraduate entomological (and other) research. 13:15 13:30 13:45 14:00 14:15 14:30 14:45 Coffee break 15:00 A. S. Weed, R. A. Casagrande, A. Biology and host specificity of Eumolpus asclepiadeus: a 15:30 Gassmann potential biological control agent of Vincetoxicum. Z. Jumean, C. Wood, G. Gries Frequency distribution of larval codling moth, Cydia pomonella, aggregations in unmanaged apple orchards of the Pacific Northwest. 15:45 N. K. Joshi, L. A. Hull, G. Krawczyk Efficiency of various lure types for monitoring codling moth adults, Cydia pomonella (L.) in Pennsylvania apple orchards. 16:00 JAM

13 M. Franklin, J. Myers Influence of local and long-distance dispersal in determining Bt resistance in cabbage looper populations: a molecular analysis. A. J. Brunke, M. K. Sears, C. A. Bahlai and R. H. Hallett C. W. D Orsay, D. B. McCorquodale, D. J. Giberson A. Gradish, C. Scott-Dupree, L. Shipp, R. Harris, G. Ferguson The importance of generalist predators (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Staphylinidae) in the management of millipede populations in sweet potato and carrot fields. The effects of grazing and management intensity on beetle (Carabidae, Curculionoidea and Staphylinidae) diversity on a managed dairy pasture in Nova Scotia, Canada. Sub-lethal effects of reduced risk pesticides used in greenhouse vegetable production on bumble bees [Bombus impatiens (Cresson)]. 16:15 16:30 16:45 17:00 R. D. Carleton Influence of hemlock looper egg density on parasitism by three 17:15 species of Telenomus wasps. C. Taylor, J. Yack, Jayne Hearing in caterpillars of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus). 17:30 J. Hummel, L. Dosdall, G. Clayton, K. N. Harker, J. O'Donovan Ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) respond to agroecosystem diversification. Wednesday 22 October - Morning Session 1 17:45 Biological Survey of Canada Symposium Coordinator: Andrew Smith Ballroom A 08:00 09:45 A. Smith An overview of the Biological Survey of Canada. 08:00 S. A. Marshall, D. K. B. Cheung CJAI and cost-effective identification of Canadian arthropods. 08:15 D. C. Currie, D. G. Giberson, C. M. Buddle The Northern Insect Survey: reassessing Canada s northern arthropod biodiversity. 08:30 D. B. McCorquodale, G. G. Majka, S. M. Marriott, D. J. Giberson Has the arrival of non-native lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) altered the distribution of native species in the Canadian Maritime provinces? 08:45 A. D. Déchêne, Z. Sylvain Recent work on oribatid biodiversity in Quebec. 09:00 Z. Lindo, N. Winchester Patterns of arboreal biodiversity across spatial scales. 09:15 M. Schwarzfeld, F. Sperling Patterns of ichneumonid diversity in a boreal forest ecosystem. 09:30 Session 2 Invasive Species Symposium Coordinators: Hume Douglas and Vasily Grebennikov Ballroom B 08:15 12:00 H. Douglas, V. Grebennikov Introduction 08:15 B. H. Jordal Widespread distributions in bark and ambrosia beetles: 08:25 distinguishing prehistorically from recent invasions and the role of mating systems in for colonisation success. E. Jendek, V. V. Grebennikov Newly intercepted alien species of European Agrilus 09:00 (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in North America threatening oaks. E. Jendek, V. V. Grebennikov Monographing the genus Agrilus of Northern Asia with 09:15 particular consideration to potentially invasive species. J. Sweeney, P. Silk, L. Humble, B. Gill, P. de Groot, P. Mayo, R. Webster, Q. Meng, J. Wu, T. Kimoto Semiochemicals for early detection of invasive wood boring beetles. 09:30 JAM

14 P. Careless, S. A. Marshall, B. Gill, G. Biosurveillance: Using wasps to find beetles. 09:45 Otis Coffee break 10:00 A. Stephens, J. Myers, P. Krannitz The influence of the biological control of diffuse knapweed on 10:30 a rangeland plant community. L. Timms, S. M. Smith What happens after establishment? Using gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar L.) to study the impacts of invasive species on native communities. 10:45 J. H. Skevington, S. A. Marshall, P. G. Kevan R. Hallett, S. Goodfellow, O. Olfert, R. Weiss, J. Soroka C. A. Bahlai, S. Sikkema, J. Newman, R.H. Hallett, A.W. Schaafsma Extirpation of a native flower fly, Eristalis brousii, by its introduced sibling Eristalis arbustorum (Diptera: Syrphidae). Modeling the population dynamics and potential distribution of the swede midge, an invasive pest of crucifers. A link in an invasive chain: the relationship between soybean aphid colonization and its overwintering host. 11:00 11:15 11:45 Session 3 Digital Entomology Symposium (biodiversity informatics) Coordinator: David Shorthouse Ballroom C 8:15 12:00 D. P. Shorthouse Introduction: What is Biodiversity Informatics? 08:15 F. Sperling, D. Shepley, G. The Strickland Virtual Museum. 08:30 Anweiler, J. Whittome A. Bruneau, G. Baillargeon, P. A pan-canadian collections biodiversity network. 08:45 Desmet, F. Sperling, L. Packer M. J. Yoder, N. F. Johnson Describing lots of species: Insights from the platygastroid planetary 09:00 biodiversity inventory. N. Platnick The oonopid spider planetary biodiversity inventory: Transforming 09:15 how systematists work. F. Sperling Discussion led by Felix Sperling. 09:45 Coffee break 10:00 D. P. Shorthouse The Encyclopedia of Life: Redefining Publication and Access to 10:30 Primary Literature. M. A. Smith, S. Ratnasingha Barcode of Life Data System (BOLD). 11:00 J. T. Kerr, H. Kharouba, A. From points to projections: pseudo-experimental predictions of 11:15 Algar species' responses to global change at macroecological extents. B. Leinfelder EarthGrid in Action: Linking research data across networks, 11:30 institutions, and the globe. D. P. Shorthouse Discussion led by David Shorthouse. 11:45 JAM

15 Awards Entomological Society of Canada Gold Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Canadian Entomology 2008 presented to BERNARD D. ROITBERG at Ottawa, Ontario, 19 October 2008 Médaille d or de la Société d entomologie du Canada pour souligner la contribution exceptionelle en entomologie canadienne 2008 présenté à BERNARD D. ROITBERG à Ottawa, Ontario, 19 octobre 2008 JAM

16 The 2008 recipient of the Entomological Society of Canada s Gold Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Canadian entomology is Dr. Bernard Roitberg. This award is presented in recognition of his extensive and innovative work on behavioural ecology and his service to the Entomological Society of Canada. Bernie Roitberg did his undergraduate training at Simon Fraser University, where he learned the basics of entomology from John Borden (ESC Gold Medal 1988), Thelma Finlayson and others of the Belleville alumnus. He completed a M.Sc. in 1977 from the Department of Zoology and the Institute of Animal Resource Ecology at the University of British Columbia under the guidance of Judy Myers (ESC Gold Medal 2004). He went on to do his Ph.D. in the Department of Entomology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with Ron Prokopy. Since 1982, Bernie has been a member of the Department of Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia and is currently a full professor. Over his 30-year career as an ecologist and entomologist, Bernie has made extensive advances in our knowledge of the behavior, behavioral ecology and evolution of insects and their natural enemies. He has been fascinated by the behaviors of insects surrounding prey choice and the complementary prey defenses. He has worked on a diverse range of insects, with an emphasis on the rhagoletid fruit flies, aphids and their parasitoids and more recently on anopheline mosquitoes. With these and other experimental systems, combined with mathematical modeling, Bernie has developed and demonstrated many novel ideas that do much to advance our understanding of insects. These novel ideas have made applied contributions to the IPM, and biological control of insects. Some examples of these follow. 1. His studies on the behavioral ecology of a malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae, focused on aspects of resource location generally disregarded in studies of mosquitoes and malaria. Bernie and his graduate students linked human host location with the behaviors and trade-offs associated with the mosquitoes filling other resource needs, such as nectar for flight energy and oviposition sites, with strategies used by the mosquito for evading attack. A model has been developed that places these foraging behaviors in the context of payoffs for malaria mitigation strategies such as house spraying and bed nets. 2. The role of alarm pheromones in the biology and ecology of aphids has been a recurring theme in Bernie s lab. This has led to a greater understanding of the role of disturbance in fitness, and pest management of aphids. A paper on adaptive suicide in aphids laid the foundations for an understanding of the evolution of altruistic behaviors in colonial organisms. 3. Bernie and collaborators Thomas Hoffmeister and the late Ronald Prokopy have been leaders in development of theory and experiments on oviposition pheromones and mate finding in tephritid fruit flies. This work has led to the development of control practices for insects such as apple maggots. 4. Bernie and collaborators have also developed theory and carried out experiments on state and frequency dependent games to show how game theory is necessary to understand a variety of phenomena from decay rates in marking pheromones to aggregation of resources to siblicide. 5. Through experiments on theory related to the impact of behavior on predator-prey dynamics in agricultural settings, Bernie and collaborators have been able to explain conditions under which host discrimination is likely to impact host population dynamics. This work has led to a demonstration of how phenotypic plasticity can be exploited by biocontrol practitioners During his career Bernie has been an author or co-author on over 137 peer reviewed papers, chapters and other contributions. He has mentored 21 Masters of Pest Management students, 13 MSc's, 8 PhD's and 7 postdoctoral fellows. Eighteen of his former students and post docs hold faculty positions in Canada, the USA and Israel. In addition he has inspired countless undergraduates in biology, ecology and pest management, and has been unstinting in his interactions with his many friends, colleagues and collaborators. Bernie has served as a member and chair of the NSERC ecology and evolution grants committee. Despite his busy laboratory and teaching load found time to serve the ESC first as a Director ( ) and then as president of the Society ( ). Also he served as president of the Entomological Society of British Columbia ( ). He has been on the editorial board of The Canadian Entomologist and American Naturalist. He is an honorary scientist with the Korean Rural Development Agency, and a recipient of the Entomological Society of Canada s Hewitt award. His numerous invitations to present seminars and keynote addresses give evidence that Bernie is truly one of Canada s international science stars. Bernie s outstanding scientific achievements in the area of insect population and behavioral ecology, as well as his service to the ESC, makes him a most worthy recipient of the 2008 ESC Gold Medal. JAM

17 Le récipiendaire de la Médaille d or de la Société d entomologie du Canada de 2008, pour contribution exceptionnelle à l entomologie canadienne, est le Dr. Bernard Roitberg. Ce prix est attribué en reconnaissance de son travail exhaustif et innovateur en écologie comportementale et pour son service à la Société d entomologie du Canada. Bernie Roitberg a reçu sa formation de premier cycle à l Université Simon Fraser, où il a appris les bases de l entomologie par John Borden (Médaille d or de la SEC 1988), Thelma Finlayson et les autres alumni de Belleville. Il a complété sa maîtrise en 1977 au département de zoologie et au Institute of Animal Resource Ecology de l Université de la Colombie-Britannique sous la supervision de Judy Myers (Médaille d or de la SEC 2004). Il a fait son doctorat au département d entomologie de l Université du Massachussetts, Amherst, avec Ron Prokopy. Depuis 1982, Bernie est un membre du département des sciences biologiques de l Université Simon Fraser à Burnaby, Colombie-Britannique, où il est présentement professeur. Durant ses 30 années de carrière en tant qu écologiste et entomologiste, Bernie a fait des progrès notables sur notre connaissance du comportement, de l écologie comportementale et de l évolution des insectes et de leurs ennemis naturels. Il est fasciné par les comportements des insectes concernant les choix des proies et les défenses complémentaires des proies. Il a travaillé sur différents insectes, avec une emphase sur les mouches à fruits du genre Rhagoletis, les pucerons et leurs parasitoïdes ainsi que, plus récemment, sur les moustiques anophèles. Avec ces espèces et d autres systèmes expérimentaux, combinés avec des modèles mathématiques, Bernie a développé et démontré de nombreuses idées nouvelles qui ont contribué à notre avancement de la compréhension des insectes. Ces idées nouvelles ont apportées des contributions appliquées à la lutte intégrée et au contrôle biologique des insectes. Voici quelques exemples. 6. Ses études sur l écologie comportementales du vecteur de la malaria, Anopheles gambiae, se sont concentrées sur des aspects de localisation des ressources, généralement ignorés dans les études sur les moustiques et la malaria. Bernie et ses étudiants gradués ont relié la localisation des hôtes humains ainsi que les comportements et les compromis associés avec d autres besoins des moustiques, tels que le nectar pour l énergie du vol et les sites de pontes, avec les stratégies utilisées par le moustique pour éviter les attaques. Un modèle plaçant ces comportements d exploitation dans le contexte des coûts/bénéfices pour les stratégies de mitigation de la malaria, telle que l arrosage des maisons et les filets pour lits, a été développé. 7. Le rôle des phéromones d alarme pour la biologie et l écologie des pucerons est un thème récurrent dans le labo de Bernie. Ceci a mené à une meilleure compréhension du rôle du dérangement pour la valeur adaptative, et la gestion des pucerons. Un article sur le suicide adaptatif chez les pucerons a bâti les fondations pour une compréhension de l évolution des comportements altruistes chez les organismes coloniaux. 8. Bernie et ses collaborateurs, Thomas Hoffmeister et le regretté Ronald Prokopy ont été des meneurs dans le développement de théories et d expériences sur les phéromones de pontes et la recherche de partenaires chez les mouches à fruits tephritides. Ce travail a mené au développement de pratiques de contrôle pour les insectes tels que les mouches de la pomme. 9. Bernie et ses collaborateurs ont également développé une théorie et mené des expériences sur les jeux dépendants de l état et de la fréquence afin de montrer comment la théorie des jeux est nécessaire afin de comprendre une variété de phénomènes, du taux de dégradation des phéromones de marquage sur les ressources d agrégation au fratricide. 10. Par des expériences sur la théorie reliée à l impact du comportement sur les dynamiques prédateurs-proies en milieu agricultural, Bernie et ses collaborateurs ont su expliquer les conditions sous lesquelles la discrimination des hôtes a probablement un impact sur la dynamique de population de l hôte. Ce travail a mené à une démonstration de comment la plasticité phénotypique peut être exploitée par les utilisateurs du contrôle biologique. Durant sa carrière, Bernie a été auteur et co-auteur de plus de 137 articles révisés par des pairs, chapitres et autres contributions. Il a dirigé 21 étudiants à la maîtrise en gestion des ravageurs, 13 maîtrises, 8 doctorats et 7 postdoctorats. Dixhuit de ses anciens étudiants et postdocs occupent des postes au Canada, aux É.-U. et en Israël. De plus, il a inspiré un nombre incalculable d étudiants de premier cycle en biologie, écologie et gestion des ravageurs, et a été généreux dans ses interactions avec ses nombreux amis, collègues et collaborateurs. Bernie a servi en tant que membre et président du comité des subventions en écologie et évolution au CRNSG. Malgré son laboratoire bien occupé et sa charge d enseignement, il a trouvé du temps pour servir la SEC d abord en tant que directeur ( ), puis en tant que président de la Société ( ). Il a également été président de la Société d entomologie de Colombie-Britannique ( ). Il a été sur le comité éditorial de The Canadian Entomologist et American Naturalist. Il est un scientifique honoraire à l agence de développement rural coréenne, et récipiendaire du prix Hewitt de la Société d entomologie du Canada. Ses nombreuses invitations à présenter des séminaires et des conférences mettent en évidence le fait que Bernie est réellement une des stars internationales de la science au Canada. Les contributions scientifiques exceptionnelles de Bernie dans le domaine des populations d insectes et de l écologie comportementale, ainsi que ses services pour la SEC, font de lui un récipiendaire des plus méritants pour la Médaille d or de la SEC. JAM

18 PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS 1962 R.F. MORRIS 1963 A.W.A. BROWN 1964 R. GLEN 1965 M.L. PREBBLE 1966 C.W. FARSTAD 1967 B.N. SMALLMAN 1968 W.G. WELLINGTON 1969 K.E.F. WATT 1970 C.S. HOLLING 1971 J.G. REMPEL 1972 R.W. SALT 1973 B. HOCKING 1974 P.S. CORBET 1975 G.G.E. SCUDDER 1976 B.P. BEIRNE 1977 J.A. DOWNES 1978 R.W. STARK 1979 G.P. HOLLAND 1980 G.E. BALL 1981 D.K. McE. KEVAN 1982 E.G. MUNROE 1983 F.L. McEWEN 1984 K.G. DAVEY 1985 R.N. SINHA 1986 E.J. LeROUX 1987 J.N. McNEIL 1988 J.H. BORDEN 1989 M. MACKAUER 1990 S. TOBE 1991 R.G.H. DOWNER 1992 G.B. WIGGINS 1993 no award 1994 T. ROYAMA 1995 R.A. BRUST 1996 J. KUKALOVA-PECK 1997 P. HARRIS 1998 D.M. ROSENBERG 1999 L. MASNER 2000 B.J.R. PHILOGENE 2001 J.R. SPENCE 2002 R.J. LAMB 2003 H.V. DANKS 2004 J.H. MYERS 2005 P.G. KEVAN 2006 R.A. RING 2007 C. GILLOTT Photographs by Jeff Skevington JAM

19 Norman Criddle Award Recipient 2008 The Entomological Society of Canada s Norman Criddle Award recognizes the contribution of an outstanding non-professional entomologist to the furtherance of entomology in Canada. The award may be given for outstanding work in teaching or research, community projects, publicity, popular writing, preparation of slide sets or films, or any other activity than enhances the visibility of entomology. The recipient is selected by the affiliate society that hosts the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of Canada. This year the award goes to Jay Cossey. For as long as he can remember, Jay has been obsessed with insects he chased butterflies as soon as he could walk and devoured every field guide, bug book and magazine article he could find. No opportunity to be in the field was squandered. As a teenager, Jay turned toward photographing insects, a passion that continues to this day. Without university training Jay has become a knowledgeable naturalist, a true amateur entomologist and an accomplished nature photographer. His photographs were mostly languishing in file cabinets until, at the insistence of a colleague, he launched his first web gallery in 1999: Jay's photographs have been published in numerous field guides, textbooks and periodicals including: 2004 National Geographic Butterfly Calendar, 2004 and 2005 Lupus Canada Butterfly Calendars, The Butterflies of Canada, Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Insects and Spiders, Kaufman Focus Guide to Butterflies, Kaufman Focus Guide to Insects, National Wildlife Federation Guide to Insects, Butterflies of Ohio, Butterflies of Michigan, Butterflies of the White Mountains of New Hampshire (Audubon). Most recently, Jay contributed dozens of photographs and served as photo editor for the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Northeast Ohio, 2nd Edition (2008), for the Natural Areas Division of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. In 2008, after many years as a commercial photographer and graphic designer, Jay Cossey was given an opportunity to pursue his true passion full time. In February 2008 he joined the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario in Guelph as nature photographer and graphic designer. For more information about Jay, please check this article: Photo credits: Martin Schwalbe During the summer of 2008, Jay led an expedition to collect invertebrates in Canada's National Parks in "BIObus", the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario's mobile lab/field vehicle. Jay has kindly let us use some of his spectacular photographs for the inside back cover page. JAM

20 Gagnant du Prix Norman Criddle 2008 Le prix Norman Criddle de la Société d'entomologie du Canada souligne la contribution d'un entomologiste amateur remarquable en entomologie au Canada. Ce prix peut être accordé pour un apport exceptionnel en enseignement ou en recherche, pour des projets communautaires, en publicité, pour des ouvrages de vulgarisation, pour la préparation de diapositives ou de films, ou pour n'importe quelle autre activité qui met en valeur l'entomologie. Le donataire est sélectionné par la société affiliée qui organise la réunion annuelle de la Société d'entomologie du Canada. Cette année le prix est décerné à Jay Cossey. D'aussi loin qu'il puisse se souvenir, Jay a été obsédé par les insectes - il chassa les papillons aussitôt qu'il pût courir et dévora chaque guide de terrain, livre de bibittes et article de revue qu'il pouvait trouver. Il ne manqua aucune occasion d'être sur le terrain. En tant qu'adolescent, Jay se tourna ver la photographie des insectes, une passion qui continue à ce jour. Sans formation universitaire, Jay est devenu un naturaliste averti, un véritable entomologiste amateur et un photographe accompli. Ses photographies dépérissaient dans des classeurs jusqu'à ce qu'il lanca, sous l'insistance d'un collègue, sa première galerie web en 1999 : Les photographies de Jay ont été publiées dans de nombreux guides de terrain, manuels et revues y compris : National Geographic Butterfly Calendar, Lupus Canada Butterfly Calendars (de 2004 et 2005), The Butterflies of Canada, Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Insects and Spiders, Kaufman Focus Guide to Butterflies, Butterflies of Michigan, Butterflies of the White Mountains of New Hampshire (Audubon). Tout dernièrement, Jay a produit des douzaines de photographies et a servi comme rédacteur de photos pour la 2ème édition (2008) de Dragonflies and Damselflies of Northeast Ohio, pour la division des aires naturelles du Cleveland Museum of Natural History. En 2008, après un grand nombre d'années comme photographe commercial et concepteur graphique, Jay Cossey a eu l'opportunité reçu l'occasion de poursuivre sa véritable passion à plein temps. En février 2008, il se joint au Biodiversity Institute of Ontario à Guelph comme photographe de la nature et concepteur graphique. Pour plus de renseignements sur Jay, veuillez consulter cet article: Photos : Martin Schwalbe Jay nous a gentiment permis d'utiliser quelques unes de ses photographies spectaculaires pour la face intérieure du plat verso. JAM

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