Kenneth Geisert Curador

Entrou: 01 de set. de 2020 Última vez ativo: 02 de dez. de 2022 iNaturalist

I do not ID Nematoda, despite the leaderboard - just Beech Leaf Disease

Bio
I am a junior Entomology & Wildlife dual major at the University of Delaware with a particular interest in learning Cerambycidae worldwide. Please do not assume any IDs I make are 100% correct (if at all) - there are many others who are way more knowledgeable than I am, and I can only aspire to be that knowledgeable as I gain more experience. I make mistakes quite frequently, so please message/@ me if I haven't retracted it, though I do check for my Maverick IDs every so often. Big fan of Tetraopes spp. - almost to a detriment.

Other interests include: cooking, martial arts, a cappella music, beatboxing, etc

Stuff

  • President of UD's Entomology Club - Please contact me through this page for outreach inquiries
  • Currently working at USDA-BIIRU on the Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis)
  • Preemptively working on Host suitability of Oobius primorskyensis (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), an egg parasitoid of the Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis) for my Senior Thesis under Dr. Jian Duan & Dr. Douglas Tallamy
  • Entomological Society of America

Useful Cerambycid Links

Useful (More Knowledgeable) People
@vitalfranz, @catenatus, @chickenparmesan24, @ianswift, @touroult - Cerambycids Worldwide
@fubr, @beetledude - Cerambycids in South Africa
@franciscoacos - Cerambycids in México
@touroult, @jzavalab, @enricotosto96 - Cerambycids in South America
@jacek_kurzawa - Cerambycids of Palearktic & Oriental regions
@norose - Cerambycids of Asia
@alex_cicindela_guy - Cerambycidae: Prioninae

Big thanks to @nomolosx and @nathaniellev for inspiring me to be an absolute unit of a nerd, for advising my macrophotography setup, and for being my good friends

Please bear with me as I learn how to actually use a camera

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