The Best of 2020 on Entomology Today
The year 2020 has been a memorable one, to say the least. Here at Entomology Today, we’ve done our best to continue bringing you updates on interesting new insect research and commentary and analysis on matters within insect science and the entomological profession.
To wrap up 2020, let’s take a look back at what caught people’s attention, both here on the blog, over on ESA’s social media channels, and in ESA’s family of journals.
After some time off for the holidays, we’ll return beginning January 4. As always, thanks for reading. See you in 2021!
2020’s Top 10 Most Viewed Entomology Today Posts
(Among posts published in 2020)
2020’s Top 5 Evergreen Entomology Today Posts
(Most views in 2020 for posts published in a previous year)
2020’s Top ESA Social Media Posts
Why #blacklivesmatter to entomology: "We strive to cultivate a scientific community of excellence built on mentorship, encouragement, tolerance, and mutual respect. Today, we express our sorrow for any member who has been impacted by prejudice." READ MORE: https://t.co/bKlxzpUnpI pic.twitter.com/xgtpZ3DZIF
— Entomological Society of America (@EntsocAmerica) June 1, 2020
— Entomological Society of America (@EntsocAmerica) May 4, 2020
2020’s Top ESA Journal Article Altmetric Scores
|Plant Selection by Bumble Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Montane Riparian Habitat of California
January 28, 2020, Environmental Entomology
|A Survey of Tick Surveillance and Control Practices in the United States
June 17, 2020, Journal of Medical Entomology
|First Record of Carios kelleyi (Acari: Ixodida: Argasidae) in New Jersey, United States and Implications for Public Health
September 9, 2020, Journal of Medical Entomology
|Why Diversity Matters Among Those Who Study Diversity
American Entomologist, Fall 2020 issue
|Higher West Nile Virus Infection in Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) and Culex (Diptera: Culicidae) Mosquitoes From Lower Income Neighborhoods in Urban Baltimore, MD
December 1, 2020, Journal of Medical Entomology