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TONMOCON VI, biennial cephalopod conference sessions (#tcon6) - YouTube

Celebrate Cephalopod Awareness Days with TONMO.com - Octopus, cuttlefish, squid, nautilus and more! Saturday, October 10, 2015: Presentations at the Keating Center at Mote
-- Saturday, October 10, 2015: Presentations at the Keating Marine Education Center at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium.

Saturday, October 10, 2015: Presentations at the Keating Marine Education Center at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium.

8:45am: Tony Morelli (TONMO.com Founder, Webmaster) Intro /
TONMO.com Update

9:15am: Brian Siegel (Mote): raising octopus from eggs, both
large egg (O.mercatoris and O.briareus) and small egg species (O. vulgaris)

10:00am: Dr. James Wood: deep sea octopuses

10:55am: Chelsea Bennice (PhD student): niche partitioning
study between two octopus species (Octopus vulgaris and Macrotritotpus

11:40am: Adam Daw (Marinebio_guy on TONMO) Insight into the
biology and ecology of octopuses inhabiting the near-shore coral reef
habitat of Hawai'i Island, with emphasis on two unclassified species Abdopus
sp. 1 and Octopus cf. vitiensis.

12:15pm: BREAK FOR LUNCH (lunch included with conference access)

12:50pm: Brett Bolte: How Did Nautiluses End Up at an Iowa High

1:00pm: Dr. Gregory Barord (The Nautilus Files):
Rediscovering One of the Rarest Animals in the World: The Search for
Allonautilus scrobiculatus, aka, the Fuzzy Nautilus

1:45pm: Gabrielle Winters (PhD student): Cephalopod
Neurogenomics: Insights into the evolution of complex brains

2:30pm: Bret Grasse (Monterrey Bay Aquarium): Got Ink!?
Bigfin Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana) Display and Culture and an
update on the MBA Tentacles Exhibit

3:15pm: Richard Ross (CA Academy of Sciences): via remote
broadcast: Collecting, keeping and breeding Cephs at the Academy of Sciences

4:00pm: Dr. Kat Bolstad, Aaron Boyd Evans, Heather Braid
(ALCES / AUT Lab for Cephalopod Ecology and Systematics) via remote
broadcast: Integrative Taxonomy, Dissection, and Weird / Wonderful Show &

4:45pm: Tony Morelli: Wrap-up: Monty Awards, Raffles

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