Carcinological Society of Japan
Symposium on Evolutionary Biology of Parasitic and Symbiotic Relationships between Molluscs and Crustaceans
XVII International Colloquium on Soil Zoology (ICSZ) and XIV International Colloquium on Apterygota (ICA)
Carcinological Society of Japan
International Symposium: Frontiers in Crustacean Biology: Asian Perspectives
(Successfully completed! 6-9, Oct 2017)
From right to left. Jianhai Xiang (President Emeritus, Chinese Crustacean Society), Peter Kee Lin Ng (Singapore), Lim Shirley (Singapore), 朝倉, Benny K.K. Chan (Taiwan), Tsang Ling Ming (Taiwan), Ka Hou Chu (Hong Kong）
In light of recent development and internationalization of study of biology of crustaceans in countries in Asian region, it is the best time to start establishing Asian network of crustacean biology. Caricinological Society of Japan will host the network. As the first step to turn the idea into a startup, a symposium of this subject is organized. In this symposium, people who are intensively studying crustacean biology in Asian area are invited to present review of their study.
President, Carcinological Society of Japan
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Jianhai Xiang (President Emeritus, Chinese Crustacean Society; Chinese Academy of Sciences)
"Introduction to the Chinese Crustacean Society"
Peter Kee Lin Ng (National University of Singapore)
"The nature of Asian carcinology: Evolution"
Lim Shirley (President Elect, The Crustacean Society, U.S.A.; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
"Prospects and challenges in conducting crustacean ecological research in a highly-urbanized country"
Ka Hou Chu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
"Resolving the decapod tree of life: the case of Caridea"
Tsang Ling Ming (National Taiwan Ocean University)
"Application of Next-generation sequencing in ecological and evolutionary studies of crustaceans"
Benny K.K. Chan (Asian Governor, The Crustacean Society; National Taiwan University)
"Larval biology of coral and sponge associated barnacles"
Hyun Sook Ko (Silla University, Korea)
"Classification of Korean brachyuran zoeas"
International Symposium on Evolutionary Biology of Parasitic and Symbiotic Relationships between Molluscs and Crustaceans
Successfully completed! 15 April 2017
From left to right: Akira Asakura (Kyoto University), Emiliano H. Ocampo (University of Mar del Plata, Argentina), Gyo Itani (Kochi University), Ryutaro Goto (Kyoto University), Andrew Jeffs (University of Auckland, New Zealand), Noriko Yasuoka (Nara Women's University), Tetsuya Watanabe (Nishinokiya Shell Museum), Antonio Baeza (Clemson University, USA), Kenji Okoshi (Toho University; President Malacological Society of Japan）
Oliver Trottier, Andrew Jeffs (Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand): "The dangerous mating game of the New Zealand pea crab"
Ryutaro Goto (Kyoto Univ., Japan): "Living together with crustaceans: Evolution and adaptation of symbiotic mollusks"
Emiliano H. Ocampo (Univ. Mar del Plata, Argentina): "Crustaceans as inhabitants of molluscan hosts: from commensal guests to body-snatchers"
Gyo Itani (Kochi Univ., Japan): "Parasitic ecology of Peregrinamor ohshimai associated with upogebiid shrimps"
J. Antonio Baeza (Clemson Univ., South Carolina, USA): "The private sex life of crustaceans symbiotic with molluscs: Model systems in behavioural ecology"
Noriko Yasuoka, Yoichi Yusa (Nara Women's Univ., Japan): "Effects of a crustacean parasite and a hyperparasite on the oyster Saccostrea kegaki"
Tetsuya Watanabe (Nishinomiya Shell Museum, Japan), Yasuhisa Henmi (Kumamoto Univ., Japan): "Life history of the commensal pea crab Arcotheres sp. living in the bivalve Barbatia virescens"
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