Becky Boulton in Ecuador, 2017. Microscope work looking at parasitoids on linden aphids, soybean aphids, ladybeetles, and Philornis downsi. Left to right: Komala Kanagala, Elsa Ubel, Michele Ricupero, Simon Heimpel, and Jacqueline Nuzzo, August 2017. Jacqueline Nuzzo and Ismael Ramirez finding soybean aphids and parasitoids in St. Paul, Summer 2017. Dr. Matt O'Neal visits from Iowa State University, March 28, 2017. With Kelton Welch, James Miksanek, Becky Boulton, Matt O'Neal, George Heimpel, and Jonathan Dregni. Kelton Welch and James Miksanek with Matt O'Neal in the Heimpel lab, March 2017. Antonio Biondi, Lucia Zappalà, and George Heimpel in Catania, Sicily, 2016. Heimpel lab Spring, 2016. Becky Boulton, Joe Kaser, Mariana Bulgarella with Benito, Hannah Gray, Jonathan Dregni, Tony Charvoz, George Heimpel, Carmen, Nic, and Mirella Heimpel-Rossi. Dave Ragsdale, Jeremy Chacon, and George Heimpel. George Heimpel and Ismael Ramirez checking placement of fly puparia, testing ecological host range of Philornis parasitoids, Loma Alta, Ecuador, 2016. Christian Barros, Martin Quiroga, Paola Lahuate, and George Heimpel at a beautiful field site just outside of Guayaquil, Ecuador, 2016. Martín Quiroga and Ismael Ramirez, Loma Alta, Ecuador, 2016. Mariana Bulgarella, George Heimpel, Martín Quiroga, and Gabriel Brito in Cerro Blanco, Ecuador, 2015. Gabriel Brito, Ecuador, 2015. George Heimpel and Zhishan Wu, 2003. Rob Venette, Ruth Barta, and George Heimpel, 2006. Welcome, from Joe Kaser, Kelton Welch, George Heimpel, Jonathan Dregni, James Miksanek (top row), and Hannah Gray, Becky Boulton, J.J. Weis, and Ismael Ramirez (bottom row). Maxime Damiens, measuring length and width of the eggs from aphid parasitoid Aphelinus certus, October, 2017 Mary Marek-Spartz measuring garlic mustard to prepare for a study of biological control using weevils. St. Paul, MN, 2017. Matt Kaiser and Joe Kaser, October 2013. Mark Asplen and Jeremy Chacón, St. Paul, MN, 2014 Soybean plants, soybean aphids, and parasitoid wasps: these are the cages which house our colonies. Aphlinus glycinis ovipositing in Aphis glycines, the soybean aphid.