The symposium will again take place at the La Gamba research station and will have an informal format to promote discussions and enhance interactions among participants. There will be a limited number of talks, field exhibitions, and organized hikes. Hosted will be scientists from different nationalities with diverse backgrounds, hopefully bringing together a substantial part of the active euglossine research community, including students new to the field as well as seasoned euglossiologists. Confirmed participants in 2018 include Scott Armbruster, Jim Ackerman, Fabio Nascimento and Robert Paxton.
Due to the limited space available at the La Gamba Biological Station (max. of 35 people), registrations will be processed on a first-come first-served basis.
To register please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'orchid bee symposium 2018' and pay the registration fee (US$ 80 for regular participants, and 40 for students; see 'Registration' on the web page for how to do that).
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