The 2014 Australian Entomological Society Conference

28 September – 1 October 2014

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Symposia 2014


General Contributed Paper

Phylogenomics – a peek over the horizon at big data & emerging methods

Information processing in insects – Jocken Zeil

How have molecular data supported, enhanced or overturned existing ideas in insect systematics and biogeography

Dung Beetles in Australia and New Zealand: where are we now?

Australian beetle systematics: a symposium honouring the contributions of John F. Lawrence on his 80th birthday

Chemical ecology: explaining Australian insect-plant and insect-insect interactions

Remote sensing and reflectance profiling in entomological research

Ecosystem services delivered by insects and other invertebrates

Biological control in the Asia-Pacific Region: highlights from the last 50 years and emerging issues for the future

Insects as tools in forensic investigations

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