Our research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments, from oceans to land to climate, and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably.
By Kim Pullen Australian National Insect Collection (Inspired by New South Wales’ (nickname the Cockroaches) win in State of Origin […]
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection A huge caterpillar covered in tufts of black spines is not something […]
By Kim Pullen Psyllids are small bugs with soft, vulnerable bodies, so how do they escape predators? Adult psyllids can […]
The video above shows the Australian dung weevil in action. The video was shot by DAFF entomologist Michael Gorton who […]
Australia’s land and oceans continue to get hotter and our climate continues to change. These are two of the findings […]
We helped sustainable designer Joost Bakker, test an environmentally friendly building option for bushfire-prone areas.
A previously un-named species of horse fly whose appearance is dominated by its glamorous golden lower abdomen has been named […]
An earlier post raised the problem of old helium-filled balloons turning up on beaches along the east coast of Australia. […]
Never let it be said that news@csiro is a party-pooper but maybe it is time for an end to releasing […]