Invertebrates: The Good, the Bad, and the Bugly! 

Hemideina broughi (Buller,1896); holotype; holotype of Deinacrida broughi Buller, 1896 collected 1895, Karamea Saddle, Nelson, New Zealand. Te Papa
Hemideina broughi (Buller,1896); holotype; holotype of Deinacrida broughi Buller, 1896 collected 1895, Karamea Saddle, Nelson, New Zealand. Te Papa

Investigate whether invertebrates are good, bad, or just plain bugly - and whether any of them can save the world.
 

Go on a treasure hunt to uncover the variety of incredible invertebrates found in Aotearoa New Zealand. Discover one that glows in the dark. Investigate insect features before evaluating the good, the bad, and the bugly! Find out which insect superhero can save the world – and how you can help!

Programme information

Availability: Year round

Learning areas and strands: Science – Living World: Evolution

Year level: Years 18

Duration:60 minutes

Cost per student: $6.50 (teachers and parent helpers are free)

Full programme information: Essential reading prior to attending this programme. Good, the Bad and the Bugly programme information (PDF, 65kB)

 

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