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Lecture Series: Beauty & Intrigue of Backyard Ants Download as iCal file
Thursday, May 22 2014, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Field Guide: Ants
Presented by Nicholas Gotelli, Professor of Biology at the University of Vermont
How many species of ants can you name? Two, maybe three? Would you guess there were nearly as many ant species as bird species in New England? There’s a larger story to that trail of ants on your countertop, and four New England biologists think you should hear it. They’ve written a new field guide to New England ants that E.O. Wilson calls “groundbreaking.” Join one of these biologists, Nicholas Gotelli, to learn more about these fascinating creatures and their secret lives. Learn more
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Where:
VINS Nature Center Classrom
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Speaker Bio:
Nicholas Gotelli is a researcher and Professor of Biology at the University of Vermont. He has published a number of textbooks on ecology models and statistics and is currently studying the effects of climate change on ants found in eastern deciduous forests.
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Download VINS Lecture Series Flyer
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For more information on the lecture series call 802.359.5000 x223.
This event is FREE and open to the public. You may make a donation to support the
VINS Lecture Series.

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Sponsored by Jake’s Market & Deli, Quechee, Vermont.
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Jake's Market & Deli

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