Free general conference in Orleans
Organized by The Science Center in Partnership with Loiret Research Organizations.
Did you know that in Loiret alone you can see more than a hundred bed bugs? Red, green, speckled, for all tastes and colors and with a captivating tradition! As a bonus, a signing session with the authors. Bed bugs like you’ve never seen them before!
Speakers will present a new book on Laura’s biodiversity. This is a set of knowledge about insects, especially the five-legged insects. These insects usually get a bad reputation, but in fact they are not recognized at all.
In total, 66 species were identified in the department. Many species will be presented: biology, ecology, distribution … Contemporary data make it possible to understand frequencies on the scale of divisions and thus highlight rare elements. Alien or growing bugs will be dealt with. Species that present conservation issues will be highlighted.
This conference will allow non-professionals to learn about these nails with often aesthetic shapes and colors and captivating manners.
Jean-David Chaplin Fiscardi (Entomologist, Environmental Entomology Laboratory)
Michel Benon (Chair of Groups, MOBE)
Jean-Claude Gagnebine (amateur entomologist, So.MOS)
Julie LeRoy (Entomologist, Environmental Entomology Laboratory)
Health and mask pass is mandatory.
Image credit: Colette CENSE
Orleans Museum of Biodiversity and the Environment (MOBE), 7 rue Marcel Proust, 45000 Orleans
Tuesday 07 December 2021
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