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NCB-SWB Joint Annual Meeting
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We are entomologists (people who study insects) and two of our regional branches are meeting 14-19 March 2020. Specifically, we are the North Central Branch and the Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America. We would like to use a logo that represents our meeting location (Okalhoma City) and an endangered insect in the state (American burying beetle). The audience ranges greatly (ages 18-75) but about 50:50 males:females. This is a scientific meeting where presentations and posters will be delivered for 4 days.
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One idea I had was to combine the OKC skyline with the beetle (maybe a horizontal beetle cut lengthwise under the skyline?). See attached pics for examples. These beetles have fantastic legs, antennae and mouthparts! We are open to other ideas, too. We prefer accuracy of the insect graphic, so nothing too "cartoony" is desired. Perhaps the Skydance Bridge could used instead of the beetle - it could look like an insect with interpretation. We are up for color suggestions, but want to stay away from reds if possible. Orange/brown tones might be nice?