Bruno is from Flinders University’s College of Science and Engineering. He is a terrestrial ecologist and evolutionary biologist whose research mainly focuses on insects and arachnids. Bruno has an ongoing project, funded by National Geographic, on the movement ecology of the famous Sydney funnel-web spider.
His research journey begun with a PhD at the University of Western Australia (UWA), dealing with alternative reproductive tactics and male weapons in terrestrial arthropods. His research has since spanned to investigate the reproductive biology of many intriguing animals, including dung beetles, earwigs, bulb mites and Australian quacking frogs.