Roberta Gibson is an entomologist and writer/blogger. Roberta earned a BS in Forest Biology from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and a Master’s degree in Entomology from Cornell University where she studied carpenter ants . After serving as a biology instructor at various community colleges, she took a research specialist position with the University of Arizona. She worked closely with the Cooperative Extension Master Gardener program teaching gardening and entomology, and became a Master Gardener herself.
- Phytophagy in Predaceous Heteroptera
- Arizona Master Gardener Entomology Manual
- Importance of the Sting in the Evolution of Sociality in the Hymenoptera (one of several authors)
- Life History and Development of Scymnus frontalis
- Influence of Cocoons on Egg Laying of Colony-Founding Carpenter Ant Queens
- Africanized Honey Bees on the Move K-12 Lesson Plans
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March 31, 2015