Just a few days now until the beginning of the 2017 International Firefly Symposium in Taiwan. This is very exciting because Taipei has been highly successful in restoring urban firefly habitats. I’m honored to be chosen as one of the keynote speakers, and I’m looking forward to learning a lot!
The meeting will take place at the Taipei Zoo, where scientists, artists, and conservationists from all over the world will be converging. I’ll be posting updates right here, so stay tuned!
I’m honored to be giving a keynote talk at the upcoming International Firefly Symposium in Taipei next April! Held every three years, this meeting gives firefly scientists and enthusiasts from all over the world a chance to gather and discuss the latest finding on firefly biology and conservation. Taiwan boasts more than 50 different firefly species, and has emerged as a leader in firefly conservation and habitat restoration.
Meeting participants hail from 22 countries, including Thailand, Japan, China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia, Vietnam, Laos, Sri Lanka, Belgium, Côte d’Ivoire, Mongolia, India, and Indonesia.
I’ll be speaking about “Emerging Directions in Firefly Research” – you can check out the other keynote speakers here.