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Helen Elizabeth Roy (6 November 1969–) is a British ecologist, entomologist, and academic, specialising in aphids and non-native species.
- Natural history studies are fun, rewarding and an invaluable source of information.
- In recent decades the effects of environmental change on insect populations has been the focus of my research. It is widely recognised that invasive alien species, climate change and habitat destruction are all major players in the declines of many insects. Ladybirds are no exception.