IQ Lecture Series- Spiders: the fascinating micro world of Tasmania
June 29, 2017
Time: 6:30 for 7pm
Queen Victoria Museum
2 Invermay Road, Launceston
John Douglas, QVMAG Honorary Research Associate, has had a lifelong interest in the wildlife of Australia. Macro photography of spiders sparked his interest in naming and taxonomy. He now works in QVMAG’s collection of spiders. In this role he has discovered and named many new species of spider. John has also written Tasmania’s spider guide ‘Webs: A Guide to the Spiders of Tasmania’.
Join John Douglas has he delivers the IQ Lecture in science and uncovers the marvellous micro world of Tasmanian spiders.
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Event audience: EveryoneCategories
- Life Science