2019 by Amanda Whispell

One of my photographs, the above image of a female Tailed Jay (Graphium agamemnon) which was taken in Gainesville, Florida in 2010, was selected as one of the photos used as the website header on the 2016 XXV International Congress of Entomology website.  Click above to visit the website.

The Rutgers Department of Entomology was established in 1888 as part of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. Today, the faculty conducts research involving the systematics of dragonflies and other insects, insect plant interactions, biology and spread of invasive insects, and pests of blueberries, cranberries, and vegetables.

Professor Emeritus, Department of Entomology, Rutgers University

Chair, Department of Entomology / Director, Graduate Program in Entomology, Rutgers University

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Rutgers – Newark

Associate Extension Specialist in Entomology, Entomology Department, Rutgers University

Director of Museum Research and Collections for Univeristy of Alabama Museums

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