Natural History Seminar at ISAM
Parasitic wasps are valuable insects to have in nature. They feed on caterpillars until there’s nothing left but guts and skin. They reduce the amount of insect pests causing injury to crops and forest products. Despite their economic importance, very little is known about parasitic wasps found in Africa.
Join Terry Reynolds and explore the diversity, potential and value of what could arguably be the largest animal family on earth.
Date: 30 January 2013
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Venue: TH Barry Lecture Theatre (ISAM)