Parasitoid wasp life cycle
Published 24 May 2019 on Science Learning Hub
An overview of how native New Zealand wasps reproduce by laying their eggs on or inside a host.
Published 27 April 2019 on Science Learning Hub
An introduction to how insects use their antennae to gather sensory information including smell, touch, temperature, and wind movement. Includes the basic anatomy of antennae, and how scientists might study insect smell in order to lure pests away from crops.
MOTAT STEM Fair | 7 April, 2019
“It’s a bugs lab” stall (live insects, entomology equipment, etc)
Liggins Institute ‘Meet-a-scientist’ Programme
03/08/2016: Auckland Girls Grammar
BIOSCI 320: Pure & Applied Entomology
Teaching Assistant – First semester, 2019
Field trip – Pirongia Forest Park (March 15-17, 2019)
BIOSCI 104: NZ Ecology & Conservation
Field trip – Intertidal ecology, Devonport (March 3-4, 2018)
BIOSCI 207: Animal Form & Function
Field trip – Behavioural ecology, Muriwai gannet colony (October 13, 2018)