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Abstract

This article presents an account of the development of Geoffrey Scudder's interest in entomology, with an emphasis on threads and serendipity. Early interests in Hemiptera, insect dispersal, evolution, and chemical ecology were followed by research on insect genitalia and seed bug systematics while at Oxford University. A faculty appointment in Canada led to research on water boatmen, water striders, cardenolides, faunistics, biodiversity, and habitat restoration. Since retirement, activities have diversified to include biodiversity mapping, conservation planning, and enhancing raised-bog integrity.

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