Museum, University of Nebraska State


SOLA Scarab Workers Symposium 2004

Andrew B. T. Smith, University of Nebraska State Museum & Canadian Museum of Nature

Document Type Article


Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting Salt Lake City, Utah. Sunday, 14 November 2004

Papers: Mapping patterns of beta-diversity for beetles across the western Amazon Basin: the Ceratocanthidae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea). Terry Erwin, Department of Entomology, Smithsonian Institution
Fine leg morphology: could it be one step toward a more natural classification of Scarabaeinae? François Génier, Canadian Museum of Nature
Revision of the southern South American Glaphyridae. Shauna Hawkins, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Allidiostomatinae and Aclopinae: tales of mystery and imagination from the Southern Hemisphere. Federico Ocampo, Mary Liz Jameson, University of Nebraska- Lincoln and David Hawks, University of California-Riverside
New World Aphodiinae: is bigger better? Paul Skelley, Florida State Collection of Arthropods
Explorations of scarab beetle diversity in Central Chile and Patagonia. Andrew Smith, Canadian Museum of Nature