Jacqueline Rodríguez


Jacqueline has been working at Charles Darwin Research Station as an entomologist since 2014. She is involved in several entomology projects in Galapagos and collaborated in the management of the Invertebrates Collection at the Charles Darwin Foundation for three years.

Currently, her focus is on ecological restoration projects, like the monitoring of invertebrates in the unique Scalesia pedunculata forest in the Santa Cruz highlands to evaluate the effects of chemical control of invasive plant species. Jacqueline is also working on other terrestrial invasive species projects, including the search of how best to control the invasive yellow paper wasp Polistes versicolor.

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