Christina (Chrissie) is a Lecturer in Animal Behaviour at the University of Waikato. Chrissie has a BSc Hons from Lincoln University, a PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Auckland, and has held postdoctoral positions in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore. She is inspired by the incredible amount of phenotypic diversity seen in animals, which has led to her researching the mating systems of insects and arachnids around the globe. In 2018, Chrissie received a Rutherford Postdoctoral Fellowship, which adopts an integrative approach to understand the evolution of animal weapons and complex mating behaviours. More about Chrissie.