Symposium: Phasmatodea and Related Insects Symposium
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The Phasmatodea, or stick and leaf insects, are studied in myriad different ways. The story of the Lord Howe's Island Stick Insect's rediscovery captivated the globe. Phasmid rearing has a large and devoted community in Europe. Phasmids are forestry pests, crop pests, and invasive insects worldwide. Their physiology is unique among the insects, and they have been model organisms for decades. Lastly, their systematics is a hot area of research, along with their relation to other Polyneoptera. We hope to bring the world's Phasmatodea researchers together, in a fruitful exchange of ideas.
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