Prof. Andy Austin with Dr Steve Donnellan give online Q&A – Biology & Evolution in Parasitoid Wasps
Professor Andy Austin has 40 years’ experience working on the systematics and biogeography of Australian terrestrial arthropods and has published extensively on insects, arachnids and crustaceans, having described over 450 species of insects and arachnids. Professor Steve Donnellan is Chief Research Scientist of the Evolutionary Biology Unit at the SA Museum.
Parasitic wasps are the most species-rich group of animals on the planet. This talk will explore these and other aspects of the life of parasitic wasps.
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