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Elizabeth Exley was born on 29 November, 1927 in Australia. Discover Elizabeth Exley’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 80 years old?

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Age 80 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 29 November 1927
Birthday 29 November
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Date of death 1 September 2007
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Nationality Australia

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Elizabeth Exley died on 1 September 2007 in Brisbane.


She was head of the Department of Entomology in 1982 at the university, and served on the boards of the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and the Standing Committee of Convocation.


In the 1980s, she worked on the pollination of crops, in particular lychee, macadamia, pigeon pea and custard apple trees, some in collaboration with CSIRO.


After winning a scholarship, Exley studied an education diploma at the Imperial College, London in 1953. She worked as an entomologist with the Queensland Department of Agriculture in 1954. Exley went on to take her master’s degree from the university in 1956. After initially studying ants, she switched to bees after working with Professor Charles Michener of the University of Kansas, during his Fulbright Scholarship visit to UQ in 1958. Very little was known of native bee fauna in Australia, and she undertook extensive systematics of the family Colletidae, Euryglossines, which are associated with Australia’s myrtaceous plants, especially eucalypts. Exley earned her PhD in 1968, with her research on Australian native bees.


After working at the Queensland Department of Agriculture in the mid 1950s, Exley began employment as a tutor at the university in 1958. She rose through the ranks, before retiring in 1992 as an associate professor. She would describe and name over 230 new species of bee during her research career, including Homalictus exleyea.


Elizabeth Morris Exley (29 November 1927 – 1 September 2007) was an entomologist who researched Australian native bees, Euryglossines.

Elizabeth Exley was born in Bardon, Brisbane, Queensland, on 29 November 1927. Her extended family owned Bardon House, a home which later became part of St Joseph’s Catholic School at Bardon in 1925. Her grandmother, also named Elizabeth Exley was credited with establishing a local branch of Mother’s Union, which became a district nursing service now known as Anglicare. Young Elizabeth’s father was a founding member of the Queensland Naturalists’ Club, and the family had a strong interest in natural history. She attended Rainworth State School and Brisbane Girls Grammar School from 1941 to 1944. She enrolled in a B.Sc. at the University of Queensland in 1945. She took her Honours degree in 1949 studying fruit fly larvae whilst working as a Demonstrator.