Invasive Ant Management Workshop
The International Invasive Ant Management Workshop (IIAMW) was organized by Dr. Ben Hoffman and held at the Tropical Ecosystems Research Centre in Darwin, Australia on April 27-29th, 2010. Attended by 54 people from 10 countries, this workshop facilitated networking among people from around the world involved in invasive ant management. It featured 36 presentations covering a wide variety of topics, from basic descriptions of ongoing ant management programs to the latest research into invasive ant biology and ecology, as well as technology being developed for ant management.
The Hawaiʻi Ant Lab hosts the presentations presented at this workshop.
Lure, switch and bait for RIFA management
Maritime Agriculture Risk Survey
Quarantine and invasive ants—a shared responsibility
IIAMW—Why do we need this workshop?
Incorporating ant biology into management
Yellow Crazy Ant management
Intercept Data of RIFA from China Ports
Argentine ants at Haleakala National Park
Invasive ants in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific
Tramp ant management in Queensland
Equitable and effective RIFA management at point source.
Biology of invasive Argentine ants
Controlling Little Fire Ants in the Pacific