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Daniel Bennett
Postdoctoral Associate
Entomology
Biodiversity Institute

Contact Information

Office Phone: 
785.864.4538
Building: 
Public Safety Building

Recent Blog Posts

July 15, 2010
Other obvious hymenopterans at our field site include the eusocial wasps of the...
July 15, 2010
We occasionally noticed a bat flying around our lab space but didn’t pay...
July 11, 2010
A very nice colony of oropendola birds was nesting outside our lab. We became...
July 10, 2010
One of the first things one realizes (anyone, really, but particularly an...

My research is largely focused on the evolution and behavior of the wasp family Crabronidae, particularly the tribe Crabronini.  I have also worked on Hawaiian ichneumonid wasps and the geological history of several wasp families. Presently, I am assisting with a survey and inventory of arthropods from multiple elevations in southeastern Peru.

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Education

2010 Ph.D., Entomology, University of Kansas. Advisor: M.S. Engel
2004 M.A., Entomology, University of Kansas. Advisor: M.S. Engel   
1999 B.Sc., Zoology, University of Washington

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Grants

Entomological Society of America  
Xerces Society

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