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Tag Archives: entomology
So I’ve finally completed my longhorn beetle project. All the data, including recently added locality (where the insects were collected) data has been added onto KE-EMu and the specimens have been incorporated into the collection. The New Zealand species incorporated are … Continue reading
Just thought I’d update my progress on the longhorn beetle project as…I’ve nearly finished! All but four have now been incorporated into the collection and their location (cabinet and drawer number) inputted onto KE-EMu. It took a little while to get … Continue reading
Now that the longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae family) have been pinned, and their antennae and limbs firmly fixed in place (hopefully!), it’s now time to label the specimens. I saved the packets and labels that came with the beetles and pinned … Continue reading
When Steve Judd, my mentor from Liverpool World Museum, suggested we should meet somewhere different for our next meeting, I had little insight into what a great idea this would turn out to be. After some initial consultation, and through … Continue reading