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Aberdeen Entomological Club: Fleas

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Seminar
10 April 2018, 4pm
at James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen (screened to Dundee site)
for scientists, researchers and other interested parties
Flea (courtesy Jenni Stockan)

Norman Defoe will deliver this Aberdeen Entomological Club seminar entitled “Fleas”. It will be held at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen (and screened to the Institute’s Dundee site).

Fleas are of medical and veterinary importance, yet some of the UK's 60 species are also extremely rare. Local expert Norman Defoe will discuss the natural history and taxonomy of this fascinating group of insects.

The talk starts at 4pm with light refreshments available from 3.30pm.

For further information, please contact Jenni Stockan, Ecological Sciences, James Hutton Institute, Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen, AB15 8QH, UK. Office: +44 (0)1224 395 239, or Jennifer Slater, Ecological Sciences, James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee, DD2 5DA.


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