Neonicotinoid paper accepted in Proc B

Great news – our paper showing that neonicotinoid pesticides disrupt adaptive sex allocation in Nasonia vitripennis has been accepted for publication in Proceedings of the Royal Society B. In even better news though, collaborator and lead-author Penelope Whitehorn gave birth to her second kiddie, Torrin James. Congratulations and all our very best wishes to Penelope and Calum!

And a big congratulations to Nicki, Jade, Charlotte and Sophie for all their help on the neonics paper. We will let you know when it is out in print.

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