International symposium on evolutionary biology of parasitic and symbiotic relationships between mollusks and crustaceans
Date: April 15 (Sat) 2017
Place: Grand Hall Miyabi in Hotel Seamore, Shirahama, Wakayama
- Opening speech by Akira Asakura (Kyoto Univ., Japan) and Kenji Okoshi (Toho Univ., 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"
(14:55–15:05 Break time)
- 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"