FNZ 25 - Cercopidae (Insecta: Homoptera) - Contributor Notes
Hamilton, KGA; Morales, CF 1992. Cercopidae (Insecta: Homoptera). Fauna of New Zealand 25, 40 pages.
( ISSN 0111-5383 (print), ; no. 25. ISBN 0-477-02636-2 (print), ). Published 25 May 1992
Contributor K.G. Andrew Hamilton was born in Britain but moved to Canada at an early age, and was educated in Canada and the U.S.A. After graduating PhD from the University of Georgia under Dr H.H. Ross he joined the (then) Biosystematics Research Unit of Agriculture Canada in 1972 as a specialist in Cicadellidae. He has produced faunal contributions on the spittlebugs, cicadas, and tree-living leafhoppers of Canada, plus over 40 papers on the systematics of leafhoppers, spittlebugs, and fossil Homoptera.
Contributor the late Clare F. Morales was born and educated in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. She joined the (then) Entomology Division of DSIR in 1975, and after graduating MSc (Hons) from Auckland University in 1979 became a mernber of Systematics Group, with responsibility for work on hemipterous insects. In 1990 Clare was awarded a PhD by Imperial College, University of London, for research on the margarodid scale insects of New Zealand (published in 1991 as 'Fauna of New Zealand' no. 21). [Obituary see Crosby, T. K. 1991. Clare Frances Morales, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Hons), Ph.D., D.I.C. 1946-1991. New Zealand journal of zoology 18: 459-462].