The Entomological Society of America is hosting its annual meeting virtually this year due to the pandemic. Check out the talks that members of our lab will be presenting during the next 2 weeks! All talks are pre-recorded and available on-demand!
Engaging young audiences into scientific discourse through beekeeping activities
Robyn Underwood, Brooke Lawrence, and Margarita López-Uribe.
Talk on-demand: https://cdmcd.co/gbvRRj
Pathogen dynamics between managed and wild bee populations in agroecosystems
Laura Jones, Ginamaría Román-Echevarría, Kristen Brochu, Rudolf J. Schilder, Margarita M. López-Uribe
Talk on-demand: https://cdmcd.co/dgj7Yp
Herbivory reduces visitation by specialist but not generalist bees to Cucurbita flowers
Kristen K. Brochu, Avehi Singh, Mila Paiva, and Margarita López-Uribe
Talk on-demand: https://cdmcd.co/Gg8mLk #EntSoc20
Interactions between plants, viruses and pollinators shape plant species fitness and could favor virus persistence in the landscape.
Cristina Rosa, Chauncy Hinshaw, and Margarita López-Uribe.
Talk on-demand: https://cdmcd.co/EEn5K6
An integrative approach to species delimitation in the orchid bee genus Eulaema (Hymenoptera: Apidae).
Stephania Sandoval-Arango, Carolina F. Cardoso, Michael G. Branstetter, and Margarita M. López-Uribe