Oct
7

Marine Invertebrate Seminar

When
October 7, 2016 - 4:00 PM
Where
Boathouse Auditorium, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
63466 Boat Basin Rd
Charleston, OR

Mussels harbor countless other species and are a key component of intertidal diversity.  Photo by Sara Schreiber.
Mussels harbor countless other species and are a key component of intertidal diversity. Photo by Sara Schreiber.

The second of six seminars in the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology's fall seminar series will feature Dr.  Richard Strathmann, Professor Emeritus, Friday Harbor Laboratories and Department of Biology, University of Washington, addressing "How mollusk and annelid larvae swim without capturing food; a slipper limpet's transition from larval to adult ciliary feeding."

For more information, see the related article here or contact Maya Watts, education program coordinator at OIMB, (541) 888-2581, ext. 201, oimb@uoregon.edu.

To reach the Boathouse auditorium, park along Boat Basin Road across from the OIMB campus and walk past the Coast Guard housing.