Museum Visits


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More on recent museum visits here.

IZIKO Museum, Capetown. May 2015. Dipsocoromorpha bulk sample sorting. C. Weirauch.

Natural History Museum, London. September 2014. Imaging of Schizopteridae and organization of specimens for loan. A. Knyshov.

Natural History Museum, London. July 2014. Imaging of reduviid types and Ectrichodinae specimens. M. Forthman.

United States Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. March 2014. Dipsocoromorpha specimen sorting and organization of specimens for loan. S. Leon.

Charles University in Prague, and Natural History Museum of Geneva, Czech Republic and Switzerland. September-October 2013. Dipsocoromorpha and Reduviidae specimen sorting. C. Weirauch.

American Museum of Natural History, New York. May 2013. Databasing course and Reduvidae collection organization. E. Gordon and M. Forthman.

California Academy and Essig Museum, San Francisco and Berkeley. June 2012. Collection staging for ADBC and specimen sorting. C. Weirauch.

Bishop Museum, Honolulu. March 2012. Collection staging for ADBC and specimen sorting. C. Weirauch.

The Natural History Museum, London. Imaging of reduviid types and Physoderinae specimens. July and August 2011. W. Hwang and C. Weirauch.

Museum national d'histoire naturelle, Paris. Imaging of reduviid types. August 2011. W. Hwang and C. Weirauch.

Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro. Imaging of Apiomerus types. D. Forero, May 2011.

Unites States National Museum, Washington DC, and American Museum of Natural History, New York. Work on sticky bug project and specimen sorting and imaging. January to March 2010 G. Zhang.

American Museum of Natural History, New York. Work on Reduviinae - specimen sorting and imaging. March 2010. W. Hwang.

American Museum of Natural History, New York. Specimen sorting. October 2009. L. Berniker.

Essig Museum, University of California Berkeley and California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. Sorting Reduviidae with an emphasis on Apiomerus, Zelus, Physoderinae, and Triatominae. July 2009. C. Weirauch, L. Berniker.

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico - Insect Collection. Sorting and identifying Reduviidae. July 2009. D. Forero, G. Zhang.

Museum fuer Naturkunde, Berlin. Hemiptera section, imaging drawers of Reduviidae, including types. June 2008. C. Weirauch.

Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, Singapore. Sorting Malaise trap samples for Reduviidae and other Heteroptera. July 2008. W. Hwang.

National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. Imaging type specimens of Reduviidae. We have started displaying these images through DiscoverLife; check e.g. Apiomerus in the Global Mapper. October, 2008. C. Weirauch.

INBio, San Jose, Costa Rica. Sorting and identifying Reduviidae. December 2008. C. Weirauch, D. Forero.