Freshwater Invertebrate Biologist at Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission The Freshwater Invertebrate Resource Assessment and Research Program of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is seeking to hire a freshwater invertebrate biologist/ecologist to assist with statewide research projects. The successful candidate will be headquartered in Gainesville and will be involved with all aspects of the statewide program, including research study design, field work, laboratory sample processing, taxonomic identifications, database compilation, data analysis, report writing, peer-reviewed publication authorship, outreach, and equipment maintenance. Deadline to apply: December 16, 2022. Click here for more information and to apply. EcoAnalysts, Inc - Multiple Positions Available EcoAnalysts is actively searching for qualified ecologists, biologists, divers and taxonomists. Please see the Careers page for more details.
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New Taxonomic Key to Florida Odonata is out! Available for free download from FDEP's website here. Tennessen, K. J. 2021. The Odonata of Florida: An identification manual for the suborders and families Aeshnidae, Gomphidae, Petaluridae, Corduligastridae, Macromiidae, Corduliidae, Libellulidae, Calopterygidae, Coenagrionidae, and Lestidae.