LES Meeting May 27- Eric Eaton

Eric Eaton
The Lorquin Entomological Society will meet on Friday May 27th with guest speaker Eric Eaton.

Eric Eaton is one of the principal authors of the Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America and a variety of other books and articles on insects and other animals. He has written for Ranger Rick, Missouri Conservationist and Timeline.

Mr. Eaton studied Entomology at Oregon State University and has mostly worked as an Assistant Butterfly Curator for "Butterfly Magic" at the Tucson Botanical Gardens. He has provided insect and spider identification for a project at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) in 2009 and have worked at the Cincinnati Zoo. Mr. Eaton has also worked on a private contract for the Smithsonian Institution, Portland State University and the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources.

Mr. Eaton moderates a forum for SpiderIdentification.org and volunteers his time to WhatsThatBug.com as well as AllExperts.com and Bugguide.net. His jargon-free explanations regarding the topics of insect biology and general entomology have made him a notable figure in the world of popular entomology. He is author to his blogs "Bug Eric" and "Sense of Misplaced."

Doors open at 7:00PM meeting starts at 8:00PM

Venue is the usual BioQuip Warehouse

Eric Eaton (Right) at his exhibit at the recent 25th Annual L.A. Bug Fair

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We were glad to see so many familiar faces at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum for the 25th Annual Bug Fair. There were over 70 exhibitors exhibiting all types of entomology related topics. The LES membership did a fantastic job participating at our table. More photos can be found on our Facebook page.

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25th Annual Bug Fair-Expect Lots of Bugs

It's that time of the year again for the 25th Annual Bug Fair at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. The Lorquin Entomological Society will join over 70 different exhibitors to inform museum visitors about the wonderful world of insects. The Bug Fair is North America's largest insect event. This is a family friendly event and everyone is invited to go. We hope to see many familiar faces.
Saturday & Sunday, May 14-15
Los Angeles County Natural History Museum 
900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles
For more info visit HERE
Lorquin member Bedros at last year's Bug Fair




Friend of and former LES member Art Evan will host "Lust in the Dust" Saturday evening. More more information please visit his blog HERE.

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