We have been busy cleaning up the sleepy lizard field house ready for the new season. Here is a snapshot of the research area.
Dwelling on misty mountains and trudging through tropical forests under the cascading sunlight for the pursuit of fantastic insects is an entomological dream. The search for Fiji’s diverse native bee fauna lead Honours student James Dorey and 18 undergraduate students from Flinders and Uni SA to explore the dynamic Fijian islands, seeking adventure, new species … More 2017 Fiji trip yields large cache of biodiversity data
It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our valued friend and colleague, Dale Burzacott. Long time research project coordinator to Prof. Mike Bull, and more recently to the LEGS lab, Dale unexpectedly passed away in late February 2017. He was an integral part of the research conducted on lizards at Flinders University, particularly … More Sad farewell to Dale Burzacott
A recent field trip to Mount Remarkable National Park to collect bees and wasps was very successful when we found an unexpected population of a small parasitoid wasp from the genus Gasteruption. These wasps were flying low over the walking track inspecting holes and crevices. This wasp is very interested as it is very similar … More Stories from the field: A strange wasp encounter
It is with great sadness that we all mourn the unexpected loss of Professor Mike Bull; a close and long time collaborator of the LEGS lab and supervisor to some of the current students. Mike’s long and extremely successful research career advanced our understanding of evolutionary ecology, reptile conservation and host parasite relationships; as documented … More Vale Professor Mike Bull
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