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When natives go wild. An insight into the mechanisms underlying the invasion success of some phytophagous insects. Better Border Biosecurity Conference - '10 years on – Adding Value to New Zealand’s Plant Biosecurity System through Research'.(2014).
Does the ability to breeak through host defences contribute to the invasion success of the New Zealand grass grub Costelytra zealandica?. New Zealand Ecological Society 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).
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).