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Identification of Northeastern Nomada Workshop

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  • Joan Milam
    Hello All, We are pleased to announce a Nomada identification workshop. The details are in the attached announcement.   Please feel free to distribute.    
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 21, 2014
    Hello All,

    We are pleased to announce a Nomada identification workshop.
    The details are in the attached announcement.   Please feel free to distribute.

                                                    
                                                                Nomada imbricate, female. Photo by Sam Droege

    Course Dates:  March 16-18, 2014
    Course Location:  University of Massachusetts – Amherst:  Department of   
    Environmental Conservation
    Course Leaders:  Sam Droege (USGS, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center)
             Sophie Cardinal, Ph.D (Canadian National Collection of
             Insects)
    Course limit:  18 participants:
    Registration:  contact jmilam@... to register
    Cost: $150.00
     
    Course Description:
    The purpose of this advanced workshop is to teach participants to identify Nomada using online and published keys. The course will take place over three days and will consist of discussions on approaches to identification problems and microscope work.

    see attached for complete description.
  • Matthew McKinney
    It is a shame this is scheduled at the exact same time as the ESA eastern branch meeting. WebRep Overall rating ... -- Matthew McKinney West Virginia
    Message 2 of 2 , Feb 21, 2014
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      It is a shame this is scheduled at the exact same time as the ESA eastern branch meeting.
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      On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 12:57 PM, Joan Milam <joan_milam@...> wrote:
       

      Hello All,

      We are pleased to announce a Nomada identification workshop.
      The details are in the attached announcement.   Please feel free to distribute.

                                                      
                                                                  Nomada imbricate, female. Photo by Sam Droege

      Course Dates:  March 16-18, 2014
      Course Location:  University of Massachusetts – Amherst:  Department of   
      Environmental Conservation
      Course Leaders:  Sam Droege (USGS, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center)
               Sophie Cardinal, Ph.D (Canadian National Collection of
               Insects)
      Course limit:  18 participants:
      Registration:  contact jmilam@... to register
      Cost: $150.00
       
      Course Description:
      The purpose of this advanced workshop is to teach participants to identify Nomada using online and published keys. The course will take place over three days and will consist of discussions on approaches to identification problems and microscope work.

      see attached for complete description.




      --
      Matthew McKinney
      West Virginia University
      Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Design
      Division of Plant & Soil Sciences
      1168 Agricultural Sciences Building PO Box 6108
      Morgantown, WV 26506-6108
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