Robert Woodruff

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Bob Woodruff



Robert Woodruff's interests in entomology include the systematics, biogeography, and ecology of Scarabaeidae (sens. lat.). He is presently working on Part 3 of The Scarab beetles of Florida and has finished The Insects of Grenada; Checklist and Bibliography to be published soon by the Center for Systematic Entomology. Since retirement from the Florida State Collection of Arthropods in 1988, he has worked in the Lesser Antilles for FAO/UN and has extensive collections available for loan.

Current projects include the establishment of a biological research station (Bio-Eco-Dom) in the Dominican Republic; descriptions of several new species of termitophilous and myrmecophilous scarabs; Phyllophaga of the Bahamas; and description of many new insect fossils from Dominican amber. He is currently the president of the Center for Systematic Entomology.

3517 NW 10th AVE.
Gainesville, FL 32605

TEL: (352) 376-1914
FAX: (352) 334-0737

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