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Laura James Nov 14
I see a cheeky in there ...
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Lu Musetti Nov 10
Replying to @idbdeb @GBIF and 3 others
A good amount of the wasp data comes from our efforts 👋🏼💕
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Joanie Sep 17
I got my 1st tattoo w/ Mackenzie. We got parasitoid wasps from L.O. Howard’s & C.V. Riley’s “The hymenopterous parasites of North American Butterflies (1869).” Mine is of a braconid wasp - Mackenzie got an ichneumonid.
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Erinn Fagan-Jeffries Jun 12
My 2nd PhD chapter is published! We DNA barcoded Australian microgastrines (a subfamily of ) using a high-throughput method. To no one's surprise, there's heaps and heaps of species.
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Alex Smith 11 Jul 16
20 Species of Wasps in Costa Rica named for schoolchildren
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Mary Westwood Jun 5
To call or not to call? T. oceanicus have evolved a silent morph helping them evade flies - but what's happened to their rhythms? is on the case.
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Nina Zitani Aug 21
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Katherine Nesheim 31 Jul 15
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Amelia Lindsey May 19
Happy to share that our comparative analysis of + related wasps is available from !
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Ecological Entomology 30 Aug 15
Effects of plant diversity and structural complexity on parasitoid behaviour in a field experiment
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MaLisa Spring 11 Mar 16
I got the shot! The aphid wasn't too happy about it though. Future mummy.
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Katherine Nesheim 13 Aug 15
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Paul Egan Mar 21
Given recent news () that wasps are prob. the most speciose of all animal groups, such research ought to be on-going at *EVERY* Biology Dept.
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Benjamin Fuchs May 17
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Lu Musetti Aug 8
Now imagine all the egg associated w/ these multitudes of tiny powdery hemips that are yet to be discovered & described, little data on host associations, even less on how they find the host eggs. We need more !!!
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Lu Musetti Aug 10
Sometimes it happens: "Scientists spent years on a plan to import this wasp to kill stinkbugs. Then it showed up on its own." Thanks for highlighting , !
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Lu Musetti 25 May 17
Here at w/ Elijah Talamas & talking
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Katherine Nesheim 28 Jul 15
My friend Barb brought me this very unfortunate hornworm. Cool!
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Tony Heitkam 🌱🔍💚 Jul 21
[🧬+🦟] Horizontal transfers move an autonomous to other species using a as vector. This helitron also formed 93 %(!) of a Bracovirus viral circle, a virus associated with this parasitoid wasp.
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George Heimpel Dec 22
Population genetics of an invasive insect pest AND it introduced is investigated in this paper with important implications for understanding .
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