Event Title

Investigating a Recently Identified Mode of Visual Communication for Environmentally Sustainable Management of Pest Midge Flies

Presenter Information

Morgan Bickel, Biological Sciences

Abstract

Midge flies use light-flash frequency from their wings to communicate sex- and species-specific information in the swarm.

Keywords:

Biological Sciences, OHP, Chironomus riparius, video

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Presenter email: mb432417@ohio.edu

Status

Undergraduate

Department

Biological Sciences

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Campus

Athens

Faculty Mentor

Brodie, Bekka

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Investigating a Recently Identified Mode of Visual Communication for Environmentally Sustainable Management of Pest Midge Flies

Midge flies use light-flash frequency from their wings to communicate sex- and species-specific information in the swarm.