A new key to the genus Vespa includes dozens of close-up photos to help users sort through and ID potential invasive species like the Asian giant hornet.
An entomologist in quarantine learns more about an invasive ant species in his own backyard, and how to capture it on film.
Entomology students can take advantage of a number of resources to learn to create compelling scientific figures.
A new study shows how stress to soybean crops caused by the soybean aphid can be detected remotely by drone-based multispectral imagery.
Entomology Today takes a look back at its most-read posts of 2019.
A new meta-analysis points to opportunities for future research to improve the effectiveness of mosquito repellents.
An early-career entomologist shares advice on staying inspired while changing study organisms—and continents—for postdoctoral work.
To get your research to those who need it most, get outside of the research paper box.
Wild pollinators have the potential to play a bigger part in pollinating specialty crops, according to a new study.
Battling Bed Bugs and German Cockroaches Requires Cooperation and Continuous Integrated Pest Management Efforts
A new paper shows the benefits of building-wide IPM for reducing indoor pests in low-income, multi-family housing.
A new paper in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management highlights the importance of people in successful integrated pest management programs.
Floral features and environmental context influence generalist pollinators’ attraction to annual ornamental plants, which could help balance the needs of humans and pollinators.
Three entomologists share stories from careers outside of the academic track.
A recent Journal of Medical Entomology study investigates the ability of essential oils to repel mosquitoes.
Outgoing ESA Executive Director David Gammel shares his thoughts about his time at ESA, his work as an executive director, and the field of entomology.
A recent study used electropenetrography to quantify mosquito feeding behavior. The study’s lead author sees great potential for other insect scientists to apply this method in their own work.
Information on where to eat, what to do, and how to get around in St. Louis during the ESA annual meeting.