Symposium on Evolutionary Biology of Parasitic and Symbiotic Relationships between Molluscs and Crustaceans

01/13/2017 09:49
Dear all,

  We are pleased to inform you that Carcinological Society of Japan and Malacological Society of Japan jointly organize the following symposium.
Participation is open to anyone who has interests in this subject. 
Welcome to Shirahama !

  See;
   http://symposium2017.webnode.jp

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International Symposium on Evolutionary Biology of Parasitic and Symbiotic Relationships between Molluscs and Crustaceans
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Date:15 April 2017
Venue: Hotel Sea-more (Shirahama, Nishimuro, Wakayama, Japan)
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The Dangerous Mating Game of the New Zealand Pea Crab.
Oliver Trottier and Andrew Jeffs (Institute of Marine Science, University of Auckland, New Zealand)

The Private Sex Life of Crustaceans Symbiotic with Molluscs: Model Systems in Behavioral Ecology.
J. Antonio Baeza (Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University, South Carolina, USA)

Crustaceans as Inhabitants of Molluscan Hosts: from Commensal Guests to Body-Snatchers.
Emiliano H. Ocampo (Institute of Marine and Coastal Research, University of Mar del Plata, Argentina).

Living Together with Crustaceans: Evolution and Adaptation of Symbiotic Mollusks.
Ryutaro Goto (Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, USA).

Parasitic Ecology of Peregrinamor ohshimai Associated with Upogebiid Shrimps.
Gyo Itani (Graduate School of Kuroshio Science, Kochi University, Japan)

Effects of a Crustacean Parasite and a Hyperparasite on the Oyster Saccostrea kegaki.
Noriko Yasuoka and Yoichi Yusa (Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Nara Women’s University, Japan)

Life History of the Commensal Pea Crab Arcotheres sp. Living in the Bivalve Barbatia virescens.
Tetsuya Watanabe (Curator, Nishinomiya Shell Museum, Japan) and Yasuhisa Henmi (Aitsu Marine Biological Station, Kumamoto University, Japan).
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For further information, see;
 http://symposium2017.webnode.jp

  The symposium is hosted by Seto Marine Biological Laboratory, Kyoto University  (Shirahama, Nishimuro, Wakayama, Japan)
           http://www.seto.kyoto-u.ac.jp/smbl/e-index.html

  The symposium is held during the annual meeting of Malacological Society of Japan (the symposium is open to everyone)
        http://msjmeeting.wixsite.com/malacology