New lab publication

Congrats to Chi for having her Masters research accepted for publication in PLoS One: Thermal tolerance limits of diamondback moth in ramping and plunging assays by Chi Nguyen; Md Habibullah Bahar; Greg Baker; Nigel R Andrew Great way to finish 2013!

Meat Ant paper now available online

Can temperate insects take the heat? A case study of the physiological and behavioural responses in a common ant, Iridomyrmex purpureus (Formicidae), with potential climate change Journal of Insect Physiology The accepted manuscript (unformatted and unedited PDF) is now available online: DOI information: 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2013.06.003

New Publication – Meat Ants

Accepted in the Journal of Insect Physiology Andrew, N.R., Hart, R.A., Jung, M.-P., Hemmings, Z., Terblanche, J.S., in press. Can temperate insects take the heat? A case study of the physiological and behavioural responses in a common ant, Iridomyrmex purpureus (Formicidae), with potential climate change. Journal of Insect Physiology. Congrats to Zac (first publication), Rob Read More…

Congrats to Chanthy for acceptance of another PhD manuscript

“Arthropod survey on soybean crops in Cambodia: a comparison of the sweep netting and beat sheeting collection methods for estimating arthropod diversity and species richness” by Chanthy, Pol; Martin, Bob; Gunning, Robin; Andrew, Nigel, is accepted for publication in the Australian Journal of Entomology.

New publications

Nigel has two chapters published in newly released book The Balance of Nature and Human Impact Edited by: Klaus Rohde 21. Population dynamics of insects: impacts of a changing climate Nigel Andrew 27. How to conserve biodiversity in a nonequilibrium world Klaus Rohde, Hugh Ford, Nigel R. Andrew and Harold Heatwole Link here