The native plant garden at the Royal BC Museum, with more than 300 species of plants, is a haven for wildlife in an […]Read More »
Each year, during the summer field season, you will find Claudia exploring an area of British Columbia with collecting equipment in hand. Currently an area of collection focus is an attempt to document the spider fauna in the province, especially at high elevations. Approximately 1,000 species are expected to be found, and the final product of these surveys will be a handbook to the spiders of British Columbia.
EducationClaudia’s graduate degree was focused on the spider fauna of the ancient forests in the Carmanah Valley, but her interests include everything entomological.
Areas of InterestTerrestrial arthropods
Spiders: distribution, life history
Insects: distributions, anthropogenic impacts, invasive species
Contact Claudia CopleyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
See Claudia’s Research Gate profile, which includes her recent publications and peer reviewed articles.Read More »
Robb Bennett¹,², David Blades², Gergin Blagoev³, Don Buckle⁴, Claudia Copley², Darren Copley², Charles Dondale⁵, and Rick C. West⁶ 1 Corresponding author – email@example.com […]Read More »
“Apostenus ducati (Araneae: Liocranidae) sp. nov.: A Second Nearctic Species in the Genus.” Zootaxa 3647 (2013): 63-74
ROBB BENNETT, CLAUDIA COPLEY, DARREN COPLEY Abstract Apostenus ducati sp. nov. is described from montane areas in or adjacent to the Columbia River Basin of […]Read More »
Robb Bennett¹, Gergin Blagoev², Claudia Copley¹ 1 Department of Entomology, Natural History Section, Royal British Columbia Museum, 675 Belleville Street, Victoria, British Columbia, V8W […]Read More »