As entomologists we know that many of our survey and research activities capture numerous specimens in addition to the insects we are studying… sometimes at ghastly levels. There has been a recent surge of interest in the pro
Hello colleagues, We're asking for your votes for the bombardier beetle to win the popularity contest for "most interesting genome in the world". Bombardiers are among the world's most impressive chemists, famous for their ability to repel predators w
BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION: To manage the State apiary program by preventing the spread of honeybee diseases and parasites into the state and controlling those diseases and parasites once in the state; to facilitate the pollination of
I am a graduate student at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) and planning to attend the ICE 2016 conference for student poster competition. I am sending this message is for asking is there anyone (male) looking for someone
Class Insecta is a free website, designed and maintained by me, that lets young scientists upload photos of insects to a digital collection, where the insects are identified by current and former members of Cornell University's undergraduate entomolo
I'm a graduate student in the Pacific Northwest. My class insect collection is currently in Gainesville, FL, for grading purposes for a class. I'm trying to get it back to the West Coast, so I can pick it up, and decrease shipping damage.