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Can biogeochemical indicators of natal origin tell us if a pest has just arrived or not?. Plant Biosecurity CRC Science Exchange .(2014).
The hidden information in insect pest assemblages: predictors for invasion. Entomological Society of New Zealand 63rd Annual Conference.(2014).
Beyond the beagle: technologies for biosecurity. Lincoln Unviersity Postgraduate Conference.(2012).
Noninvasive molecular methods to identify live scarab larvae: an example of sympatric pest and nonpest species in New Zealand. Molecular Ecology Resources. 12, 389-395.(2012).
DNA barcoding boosts biosecurity. Rural News. 1 November, 12.(2011).
Exotic plant and native insects - a recipe for emerging pests. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions.(2011).
Lessons from the diet of a native pest, the grass grub beetle - host shift or host range expansion?. 3rd Combined Australia and New Zealand Entomological Society Conference.(2011).
Taxonomic triage: molecular tools complementing morphological description, a New Zealand case study. 3rd Combined Australia and New Zealand Entomological Society Conference.(2011).
Where do aliens come from? The state of play in entomological provenance science in biosecurity. GoTrace, 1-2 November 2011.(2011).