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Planning a taxonomic publication? SCAMIT can help! SCAMIT has a Taxonomic Publication Grants program that can help defray material costs of publication. Please feel free to apply!

Upcoming SCAMIT Meetings

Monday 7 May 2018 9:30–4:00
Mollusca problems and review at Orange County Sanitation District

Lead: Kelvin Barwick

Monday 11 June 2018 9:30–4:00
Orbiniidae, Leitoscoloplos (Brent Haggin) and Scoloplos (Ashley Loveland), general review at Natural History Museum of LA County

Lead: Leslie Harris

July 2018
Bight sampling, possible meeting with Kevin Kocot

Monday 20 Aug 2018 9:30–4:00
Terebellidae, Part 2 at Natural History Museum of LA County

Lead: Leslie Harris

Monday 10 September 2018 9:30–4:00
Holothuroidea problems and review at Orange County Sanitation District (or City of San Diego Marine Biology Lab)

Lead: Megan Lilly

Monday 15 October 2018 9:30–4:00
Spionidae and Polydorinae at Natural History Museum of LA County

Lead: Leslie Harris and Tony Phillips

Monday 5 November 2018 9:30–4:00
Nemertea at Orange County Sanitation District (or City of San Diego Biology Lab)

Lead: Tony Phillips and Megan Lilly

Monday 10 December 2018 9:30–4:00
General membership meeting at Southern California Coastal Water Research Project

Lead: Kelvin Barwick

Questions? Contact: Leslie Harris at lharris@nhm.org or Kelvin Barwick at kbarwick@ocsd.com.

Upcoming Meetings of Interest

June 19–22, 2018
51st Western Society of Malacologists & 84th American Malacological Society Joint Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Waikiki Hilton

Early bird registration will open in February. For more information, visit: http://www.westernsocietymalacology.org

August 2020
5th International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology (ICIM5) in Vienna, Austria at the University of Vienna

In the first week of August 2020, hundreds of leading experts concerned with the study of invertebrates such as mollusks, insects, and crustaceans will get together at the University of Vienna. Participants will present and discuss their latest findings from a range of disciplines relating to the morphology of invertebrates. Special topics of the congress include aspects of evolutionary and developmental biology, phylogenetics, genomics, and functional morphology.
Invertebrates account for more than 95 percent of all animal species on our planet. The overarching theme of the 5th International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology (ICIM), hosted by the International Society for Invertebrate Morphology, is the evolution of the exceptional diversity of forms and structures found in invertebrate animals. In 2020 Vienna will follow its predecessors Moscow (2017), Berlin (2013), Harvard (2010), and Copenhagen (2007) as conference host.
The congress is hosted by the University of Vienna, which is represented by the Department of Integrative Zoology (Faculty of Life Sciences) headed by Andreas Wanninger. Vienna is one of the leading international centers of animal evolution with a tradition that spans more than 150 years of cutting-edge research into invertebrate morphology.
Scientific contact:
Prof. Andreas Wanninger
Head of the Department of Integrative Zoology at the University of Vienna
Mail: andreas.wanninger@univie.ac.at
Tel.: +43-1-4277-76300

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