Jocelyn A. Berry

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Dr. Jocelyn Asha Berry

  • formerly hymenopterist at New Zealand Arthropod Collection (NZAC)

Policy and Risk Directorate, Ministry for Primary Industries, 25 The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand

Jo.Berry@mpi.govt.nz

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Theses[edit]

  • Berry, J.A. 1983: Aspects of the ecology and control of the greedy scale (Hemiberlesia rapax (Comstock)). UNPUBL. MSc THESIS, UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND. 112 PP.
  • Berry, J.A. 1994: The systematics of the Australasian Eunotinae (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae). UNPUBL. PhD THESIS, AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, CANBERRA. xix + 433 PP.

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  • Hodge, S.; Andrew, I.; Berry, J.; Marris, J.; Vink, C. 2000: Arthropod families associated with Drosophila resources in Canterbury, New Zealand. Weta, 22: 14–18. PDF

2001[edit]

  • Berry, J.A.; Osten, T.; Emberson, R.M. 2001: Radumeris tasmaniensis (Saussure, 1855), the first record of a scoliid wasp from New Zealand (Hymenoptera, Scoliidae, Campsomerini). Entomofauna, 22(4): 41–48. PDF
  • Harris, R.J.; Berry, J.A. 2001: Confirmation of the establishment of three adventive ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in New Zealand: Cardiocondyla minutior Forel, Ponera leae Forel, Mayriella abstinens Forel. New Zealand entomologist, 24: 53–56. PDF

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2003[edit]

  • Berry, J.A. 2003: Neopolycystus insectifurax Girault (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) is established in New Zealand, but how did it get here? New Zealand entomologist, 26: 113–114. PDF

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