Representative publications from CUIC staff, students, and associates.
Big crane flies succumb to the caviar fungus.
Jim Liebherr has just revised the Cyphocoleus carabid beetles of New Caledonia. Some of these beetles are covered with an environmental patina over their dorsal surfaces. This varnish can be so goopy plant debris adheres, allowing the tiny predaceous beetles to crawl around in their own Ghillie suit.
Curator James Liebherr has a new publication culminating 24 years of
research on Hawaiian carabid beetles.
Professors Penny Gullan and Peter Cranston's new fifth edition of The Insects is now available
Phylogeny of the Archipini published.
How many beetles can dance on the top of a mountain?
CUIC bees provide crucial data for analyzing historical trends in North American pollinators
Newly discovered New Zealand beetle provides clues about Gondwana
See what CUIC entomologists are publishing.