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Amphibians and Odonates: Ecosystem Indicators

August 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm EDT

Red Barn Series, Newfound Audubon
No registration necessary – just come and join us!

Speaker: Katie Duryea, Assistant Professor of Biology, Southern New Hampshire University

Learn about Katie’s research at Lund University in Sweden on the reproductive behavior and colorations of odonates (damselflies and dragonflies), as well as some of the research that she is doing locally on screening amphibians for chytrid fungus.

Please park across the street at Ash Cottage. Download a map here.

Katie Duryea teaches Biology at Southern New Hampshire University. She also is involved in a research project to survey amphibians in the Manchester area for chytrid fungus – a fungus that can threaten amphibian populations. Before teaching at SNHU, she did postdoctoral work at Lund University in Southern Sweden where she studied the reproductive behavior and genetics of damselfly insects.

 

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Date:
August 3
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:15 pm EDT
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Venue

Red Barn
41 North Shore Road
Hebron, NH United States
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Newfound Audubon Center
Phone:
603-744-3516
Email:
newfoundaud@nhaudubon.org
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