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[Annelida] International Polychaete Day is nearly upon us!

Osborn, Karen via annelida%40net.bio.net (by OsbornK from si.edu)
Tue Jun 30 13:33:42 EST 2015


Most of these stories will be posted tomorrow so you can’t see the stories just yet.  If you know of ones we’ve missed here, please let me know.
1st International Polychaete Day – July 1, 2015

The first International Polychaete Day (1 July 2015) inaugurated in memory of Kristian Fauchald who passed away 5 April 2015.  What better way to remember and celebrate a great polychaetologist, mentor and friend than by sharing with the world the amazing animals he reveled in for 59 years?!  Below is an update of currently known activities and posts planned for the day. Please let us know if there are others.

Online International Polychaete Day features

To find IPD on twitter #InternationalPolychaeteDay

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History:

•      Ocean Portal blog post (http://ocean.si.edu/)

•      Ocean Portal photo show of Alexander Semenov’s photography (http://ocean.si.edu/)

•      "14 Fun Facts about Bristleworms" on Smithsonian.com<http://Smithsonian.com/>

•      EOL species of the day (Bobbit worm) and a

•      EOL polychaete memory game (http://fieldguides.eol.org/memory/play.php?xmgp=3331372a506f6c7963686165746573212a687474702533412532462532463136302e3131312e3234382e3238253246636f6e74656e742532463230313525324630342532463237253246313225324633393730335f38385f38382e6a70672a31#<http://fieldguides.eol.org/memory/play.php?xmgp=3331372a506f6c7963686165746573212a687474702533412532462532463136302e3131312e3234382e3238253246636f6e74656e742532463230313525324630342532463237253246313225324633393730335f38385f38382e6a70672a31>)

•      Invertebrate Zoology Dept Blog (No Bones) biography of Kristian by Linda Ward (http://nmnh.typepad.com/no_bones/)

•      Biodiversity Heritage Library – blog post on McIntosh’s Monograph of the British Marine Annelids and its stunning illustrations (http://biodiversitylibrary.org/)

MBARI:
•      Video feature on deep-sea polychaetes (https://www.youtube.com/user/MBARIvideo)
•
National Museum Wales:
•      a storify recap of the day like this one
https://storify.com/CardiffCurator/worms-for-Wednesday<https://storify.com/CardiffCurator/worms-for-wednesday><https://storify.com/CardiffCurator/worms-for-Wednesday%3Chttps://storify.com/CardiffCurator/worms-for-wednesday%3E>
•      #WormWednesday

WoRMS (obituary by Fred Pleijel and Greg Rouse):
http://www.marinespecies.org/news.php?p=show&id=4152

Australian Museum Sydney – Pat Hutchings and Lena Kupriyanova
http://australianmuseum.net.au/blogpost/amri-news/international-polychaete-day-on-1st-july-2015

National Geographic Science News, Photo show of polychaetes http://news.nationalgeographic.com/

University Museum of Bergen
http://invertebrate.b.uib.no/

National Museum of Scotland, http://blog.nms.ac.uk/<http://blog.nms.ac.uk/?p=10050>

In person activities:
Washington, DC, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Sant Ocean Hall and Q?RIUS, 10:30-4:30
Expert Is In with numerous experts from around the USA and beyond

Fort Pierce, Florida, USA, St. Lucie County Aquarium and Smithsonian Marine Station:
Polychaete activities with Aquarium science staff

Sydney, Australia, Australian Museum, Atrium, ground floor
Eperts and Eleven - Elena Kupriyanova

Crete, Greece, Cretaquarium Thalassocosmos
Polychaete activities with Aquarium science staff

London, Natural History Museum,
Polychaete activities with museum staff

Poyakonda, Russia, White Sea Biological Station
Polychaete seminars by Professors Alexander Tzetlin and Anna Zhadan

Friday Harbor, Washington, USA Friday Harbor Laboratories and San Juan Islands Museum of Art
Polychaete activities with professors and art display

~~~
Karen Osborn
osbornk from si.edu<mailto:osbornk from si.edu>
202-633-3668
Research Zoologist/Curator
Department of Invertebrate Zoology
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, MRC-163
P.O. Box 37012
Washington, DC 20013-7012 USA

Courier address:
Smithsonian Institution, MRC 0163, Natural History, West Loading Dock
10th and Constitution Ave., Washington, DC 20560








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