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Entomological Society of New Zealand

The Entomological Society of New Zealand is an organization for people who are interested in insects, terrestrial arthropods, other invertebrates, collectors and photographers and the members of the society include amateur and professional entomologists. The main aim of the society is to promote professionalism of entomology. The society organizes conferences, publishes a scientific journal and a bulletin, the weta suitable for amateurs. The society conducts meetings in Auckland once in month and also conducts field trips once a month when they look for insects. The Auckland Society branch produced guidelines for encouraging insects in garden. The society is currently working on development of signs about insects and other invertebrates for parks and reserves. They show the damage done to the plant and life stages of the insect or mite. The New Zealand Entomological Society is proud to provide the Clare Butcher award for the best project on Natural History. The current projects of the society includes about the factors affecting the decay of leaves of native plants, effect of texture of the underside of  tiles or blocks on the kinds of invertebrates living there, kinds of native invertebrate herbivores live in remnants of native forests and kinds colonizing their host plants where ever they grow. Identification of herbivores targeting specific plant species can be selected from photographs of their distinctive damage to the plant. E.g. Leaf Miners.

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