Wed, Sep 27|
Naturalist Training - Leaf Miners, Galls, and Other Creatures on Plants
Join BioBlitz Club and Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful for our 3rd presentation in our series
Time & Location
Sep 27, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
About the Event
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During our 3rd Naturalist Training presentation, we will explore some of the fascinating and little-known creatures that live on plants. Galls are small structures induced by insects (usually) on many plant species, they may look like pink stars, fussy hairs, or apples. Leaf miners are tiny fly or moth larva that live between the two layers of the leaf. And there are many others, if you just look closely!
NOTE: Even if you are not able to attend, please register for the recorded presentation so you can receive the YouTube link to the recorded video, which will be released within a couple of days of the event.
Merav Vonshak, PhD, is an ecologist and an entomologist. She has been involved in community science for over 10 years, organizing BioBlitz events, leading a road ecology team, and teaching. She has founded the BioBlitz.club and has been organizing public events for 6 years.
Keep Coyote Beautiful and BioBlitz Club are hosting a series of Naturalist Training webinars. You can find the recordings on our YouTube channel.
July19, 2023 Naturalist Training - Community Science & Introduction to iNaturalist https://youtu.be/ty2Fu7Trz8o.
August 23, 2023 Naturalist Training - A Deeper Dive into iNaturalist https://youtu.be/_7kJBpDutpg
The 4th annual Gall Week event begins in September! Please join the Gall Week September 2023 iNaturalist project, photograph galls between September 2-10 and upload your observations. This year Gallformers.org is partnering with the Forbes Lab at the University of Iowa and the Prior Lab at Binghamton University is conducting a pilot study to learn more about the oak gall wasp community in North America. Visit the Gall Week September 2023 project site on iNaturalist to learn more about how you can contribute.
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