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Photos of insects and people from the 2015 gathering in Wisconsin, July 10-12

Photos of insects and people from the 2014 gathering in Virginia, June 4-7.

Photos of insects and people from the 2013 gathering in Arizona, July 25-28

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Andrew Meeds, Contributing Editor
Full name:
Andrew Meeds
Contact:
Send me an e-mail or contact me over facebook.
City, state, country:
Chesterfield, MO, USA
Biography:

I'm a 25 year-old graduate from the University of Missouri. My degree is in Plant Sciences with an emphasis in Plant Protection. During my time at Mizzou, I incorporated as many entomology classes into my course work as I could.

I'm currently working in an entomology research lab and working on my Master's degree in Entomology.

Editors: Feel more than free to frass any image of mine that you feel doesn't add anything to the guide, I try to go through periodically and get rid of pictures of mine that don't add things, but obviously I miss them from time to time.

Feel free to e-mail or facebook me to discuss anything with entomology- always glad to hear from people with similar interests.

Despite my age, I've been around bugguide for quite some time. I started posting in 2006, when I would have been about 15.

I've done a fair bit of work with a wide variety of insects in a lab setting. Some of these include:
Podisus and Perillus (Pentatomidae)
Anasa (Coreidae)
Diabrotica (Chrysomelidae)
Euplectrus (Braconidae)


On a more serious note, if anything should happen to me, I'd like for my photos to remain on bugguide.