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Entomology 2011, the Entomology Society of America’s 59th annual meeting, will be held Nov. 13-16 in Reno, Nev.

| July 29, 2011

Reno, Nev. — Entomology 2011, the Entomology Society of America’s 59th annual meeting, will be held Nov. 13-16 in Reno, Nev.

Entomology 2011 takes place at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. Discounted hotel rooms are being held at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa and at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino. Click here for reservation information.

Those that register online will save $10. Additionally, save another $10 if program books are picked up on site (ESA will not mail it in advance). Please remember to check the appropriate box on the registration form.

Click here to register: http://www.entsoc.org/entomology2011
 

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