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Forest Insects and their Allies Special Interest Group (online)

Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 10:00 to 16:00

The invited speaker will be Jérôme Rousselet, from INRAE Centre d'Orléans, France.  Jérôme will talk about 'Forest pest dispersal outside forests in the context of global changes'.

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Convenors: Anne Oxbrough (anne.oxbrough@edgehill.ac.uk) and Kirsty Godsman (kirsty.godsman@caledonianconservation.co.uk)

Programme

Time (BST) Type Speaker Organisation Title
10.00 - 10.10 - Welcome
10.10-11.10

Keynote 60 min

Jérôme Rousselet

INRA, Centre Val de Loire

Forest pest dispersal outside of forests in the context of global changes

20-minute break

11.30-11.50

20 min

Jamie C. Weir

Institute for Evolutionary Biology, University of Edinburgh

Dietary generalism in the winter moth as a buffer against phenological mismatch

11.50-12.10

20 min

Kirsty Godsman

Caledonian Conservation

The value of plantation forests for spider conservation

12.10-12.30

20 min

Sophie de Becquevort

Aberystwyth University

Applying Novel molecular approaches to understanding the ecology and impact of wood-boring and bark-feeding pests of conifers

1-hour break

13:30-13:50

20 min

Gareth Thomas

Biointeractions and Crop Protection, Rothamsted Research

Investigating the role of Acute Oak Decline (AOD) bacterial volatiles on the behaviour of the two-spotted oak buprestid Agrilus biguttatus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)

13:50-14:10

20 min

Emily Waddell

University of Stirling

The role of invertebrates in Restoring Resilient Ecosystems

14:10-14:30

20 min

Katy Reed

Forest Research

Research Update: the susceptibility of Sitka spruce to Ips typographus

20-minute break

14:50-15:10

20 min

Fiona Penderleith

James Hutton Institute

The consequences of tree diseases and pre-emptive felling on functional and genetic connectivity for forest invertebrates

15:10-15:20

10 min

Rachel Cripps

RM Conservation

The Potential of Detection Dogs in Forestry

15:20-15:40

20 min

Luis M. Quinzo- Ortega

Liverpool John Moores University

Management of adult and immature large pine weevil (Hylobius abietis L.) using novel local-provenance entomopathogenic fungi and nematodes on different soil types.

15:40-16:00 20 min Allan Watt Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Simon Leather and forest insects

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