All good things must come to an end. Last week, Emma Pelton presented her research for the UW Madison Department of Entomology Seminar Series. This seminar highlighted her work for a Joint Master’s degree in Entomology and Agroecology. Her work on Spotted Wing Drosophila has gained much attention in recent years due to growing pest pressure in Midwestern fruit crops. After a successful thesis defense, Emma wasted no time, already working hard to launch a new project for the lab regarding bats and trophic cascades. Emma’s contribution has been a valuable one and she will be missed. Way to go, Emma!This article was posted in Agroecosystems, Food Webs, Lab Blog, Lab News.
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