The Weta Volume 45, July 2013

Author(s): Entomological Society of NZ

Journals/Proceedings

This is the news bulletin of the Entomological Society of New Zealand. The Weta promotes the study of the biology, ecology, taxonomy and control of insects and arachnids in an Australasian setting. The purpose of the bulletin is to provide a forum in which amateur and professional entomologists can record observations, news, views and the results of smaller research projects. Two issues are published in most years. 

The New Zealand Entomologist is a refereed journal that publishes original scientific articles that are of significance to New Zealand entomology. The subject may include insects, arachnids and any other terrestrial invertebrates. It is the official publication of the Entomological Society of New Zealand (Inc.). The Weta is the Society's news bulletin containing articles on entomological observations, techniques, reviews, and events.


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Editorial
Should the Society be more proactive in issues facing New Zealand entomology?
 
Philip J. Lester
Pages: 1–4

Research article
Observations on the thistle-feeding tortoise beetle,
 Cassida rubiginosa (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) 
Michael G. Cripps
Pages: 5–13

Research article
Department of Conservation (DOC): Changing directions in invertebrate conservation management
 
E. Edwards
Pages: 14–16

Research article
A new family of primitive moths
 
George Gibbs
Pages: 17–21

Research article
Moths of Riccarton Bush
 
Denise E. Ford
Pages: 22–24

Research article
Identification key to the New Zealand Heteroptera Families (Insecta: Hemiptera)
 
M. Larivi�re
Pages: 25–26

Research article
Is
 Maoripamborus fairburni Brookes (Coleoptera: Carabidae) a generalist feeder on invertebrates? 
A.C. Harris
Pages: 35–37

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