Capitol Corridor
University of California
Capitol Corridor

Posts Tagged: Jay Rosenheim

Ash Zemenick: 'Do Flower Visitors Network with Floral Microbes?'

Flowers bloom at this high elevation meadow, which was  community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site in the Tahoe National Forest. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)

Have you ever thought about all those diverse pollinators you see foraging on flowers? Have you ever considered them as important vectors of floral...

Flowers bloom at this high elevation meadow, which was  community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site in the Tahoe National Forest. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)
Flowers bloom at this high elevation meadow, which was community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site in the Tahoe National Forest. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)

Flowers bloom at this high elevation meadow, which was community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site in the Tahoe National Forest. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)

The Tahoe National Forest backgrounds community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)
The Tahoe National Forest backgrounds community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)

The Tahoe National Forest backgrounds community ecologist Ash Zemenick's field study site. (Photo by Ash Zemenick)

Posted on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 4:07 PM

Bodil Cass and 'The Curious Case of Katydids in California Citrus'

Postdoctoral researcher Bodil Cass will speak on

What an interesting and innovative title: "The Ecoinformatics and the Curious Case of Katydids in California Citrus." That's what postdoctoral...

Postdoctoral researcher Bodil Cass will speak on
Postdoctoral researcher Bodil Cass will speak on "The Ecoinformatics and the Curious Case of Katydids in California Citrus" at a seminar on Oct. 25 at UC Davis. Here's a photo of the fork-tailed katydid, Scudderia furcata, that she studies. (Photo by Bodil Cass)

Postdoctoral researcher Bodil Cass will speak on "The Ecoinformatics and the Curious Case of Katydids in California Citrus" at a seminar on Oct. 25 at UC Davis. Here's a photo of the fork-tailed katydid, Scudderia furcata, that she studies. (Photo by Bodil Cass)

In this image, fork-tailed katydids are all over citrus as part of a research project by postdoctoral scholar Bodil Cass of the Jay Rosenheim, UC Davis. (Photo by Bodil Cass)
In this image, fork-tailed katydids are all over citrus as part of a research project by postdoctoral scholar Bodil Cass of the Jay Rosenheim, UC Davis. (Photo by Bodil Cass)

In this image, fork-tailed katydids are all over citrus as part of a research project by postdoctoral scholar Bodil Cass of the Jay Rosenheim, UC Davis. (Photo by Bodil Cass)

Close-up of a fork-tailed katydid. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Close-up of a fork-tailed katydid. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Close-up of a fork-tailed katydid. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 3:22 PM

Feuding, Bigamy and Tunneling: Hear About The Eccentric Life of Entomologist Harrison Dyar

Entomologist Marc E. Epstein researched, wrote and published

Former Smithsonian entomologist Harrison G. Dyar, noted for his research on moths and butterflies, was not your typical entomologist. He feuded with...

Entomologist Marc E. Epstein researched, wrote and published
Entomologist Marc E. Epstein researched, wrote and published "Moths, Myths and Mosquitoes: The Eccentric Life of Harrison G. Dyar, Jr."

Entomologist Marc E. Epstein researched, wrote and published "Moths, Myths and Mosquitoes: The Eccentric Life of Harrison G. Dyar, Jr."

Posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 10:53 AM

Making a Meal Out of a Male: Prayers Answered!

This photo by Professor Jay Rosenheim of UC Davis shows sexual cannibalism. The female (larger one) has just chomped off the head of the male, during sexual reproduction.

Male praying mantids looking for "a little love" don't always fare well. Sometimes they lose their head. Female mantids can--and do--cannibalize them...

This photo by Professor Jay Rosenheim of UC Davis shows sexual cannibalism. The female (larger one) has just chomped off the head of the male, during sexual reproduction.
This photo by Professor Jay Rosenheim of UC Davis shows sexual cannibalism. The female (larger one) has just chomped off the head of the male, during sexual reproduction.

This photo by Professor Jay Rosenheim of UC Davis shows sexual cannibalism. The female (larger one) has just chomped off the head of the male, during sexual reproduction.

A praying mantis perched on a cosmos waiting for prey--or maybe a mate? (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
A praying mantis perched on a cosmos waiting for prey--or maybe a mate? (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

A praying mantis perched on a cosmos waiting for prey--or maybe a mate? (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Gravid praying mantis. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Gravid praying mantis. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Gravid praying mantis. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)

Posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2014 at 9:17 PM

Targeting the Asian Soybean Aphid

Asian soybean aphid. (Courtesy Wikipedia, Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin)

The Asian soybean aphid is not exactly a household word. As its name implies, it's native to Asia. It was first detected in North America in...

Asian soybean aphid. (Courtesy Wikipedia, Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin)
Asian soybean aphid. (Courtesy Wikipedia, Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin)

Asian soybean aphid. (Courtesy Wikipedia, Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin)

Posted on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 9:30 PM

Next 5 stories | Last story

 
E-mail
 
Webmaster Email: kmchurchill@ucanr.edu