ECE 2014, Forensic entomology session, York 2014, August 3d-8th
As a considerable number of poster abstracts have still trickled in since 31 January, I would like to inform you that the Organizational Committee has decided to extend the deadline for poster submissions until 31st March. Keynote speakers attracted to the symposium are frankly quite amazing (http://www.royensoc.co.uk/content/ece-2014-keynote-speakers), I hope that you will might be interested to join us at York.
Dr. Marta I. Saloña-Bordas (firstname.lastname@example.org) as coordinator of the specific session about Forensic Entomology, will collect all incoming abstracts until March 31st.
Boulay, J., Devigne, C., Gosset, D. & Charabidze, D. (2013) Evidence of active aggregation behaviour in Lucilia sericata larvae and possible implication of a conspecific mark. Animal Behaviour, 85(6), 1191-1197.
Jordaens K, Sonet G, Braet Y, De Meyer M,Backeljau T, Goovaerts F, Bourguignon L, Desmyter S (2013)DNA barcoding and the differentiation between North American and West European Phormia regina (Diptera,Calliphoridae, Chrysomyinae). In: Nagy ZT, Backeljau T, De Meyer M, Jordaens K (Eds) DNA barcoding: a practicaltool for fundamental and applied biodiversity research. ZooKeys 365: 149–174. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.365.6202
Sonet G, Jordaens K, Braet Y, Bourguignon L, Dupont E, Backeljau T, De Meyer M, DesmyterS (2013) Utility of GenBank and the Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) for the identification of forensicallyimportant Diptera from Belgium and France. In: Nagy ZT, Backeljau T, De Meyer M, Jordaens K (Eds) DNAbarcoding: a practical tool for fundamental and applied biodiversity research. ZooKeys 365: 307–328. doi: 10.3897/ zookeys.365.6027