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Tephritid Workers of Europe, Africa and Middle East (TEAM) Second International Symposium
TEAM Second International Symposium
Kolymbari, Crete (Greece)
July 3 6, 2012

First Announcement

The second International Symposium of TEAM (Tephritid Workers of Europe Africa and the Middle East) will be held in Kolymbari, Crete (Greece), July 3 6, 2012. The program includes 3 days of plenary talks, oral and poster presentations arranged in specialized symposia, and one day excursion.
Tephritidae invasion: biology, ecology and economics will be the main focus of the symposium. Nevertheless, we accept papers on all aspects of fruit fly biology, taxonomy, genetics, ecology, evolution, behaviour, natural enemies, control, quarantine regulations, and area-wide SIT programs.
All fruit fly workers and friends from Europe, Africa and the Middle East, as well as from all over the globe are invited to participate. The registration fee is expected to be around 100 EUROS. A restricted number of scholarships for facilitating participation might be available for a limited number of students and colleagues from developing countries. The first circular with more details will be available soon.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the TEAM Steering Committee,

Nikos Papadopoulos
npapadop@uth.gr
The Organizing Committee of The second International Symposium of TEAM:
Nikos Papadopoulos,
Kostas Bourtzis
Nikos Kouloussis
Kosta Mathiopoulos
Penelope Mavragani-Tsipidou
David Nestel
Rui Pereira
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