About me

I’m Heather Campbell, an entomologist  interested in biodiversity, conservation and community ecology. I am a Lecturer in Entomology within the Crop and Environment Sciences Department at Harper Adams University. My research mainly takes place in savannah, desert and dry forest ecosystems in southern and eastern Africa where I study insect biodiversity. I am particularly interested in ant ecology, but also conduct research on insect-plant interactions and citizen science.

Heather in Namibia

To find out more about ants, Africa and academia please take a look around the site. I hope that you enjoy reading about my work.


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