By Dr. Zen Lewis I was very interested to read the EntomologyToday.org blog post about Tony Goldberg’s tick experience in Kibale, in which he found a new tick species in […]
In this post from the Beetles in the Bush blog, the author provides a quick guide to the six armyworm species that he’s encountered in soybean.
Recent news reports have been surfacing about silky strings floating through the air of northern Texas. As it turns out, the strings are the products of young, migrating spiders that […]
This first video was recently submitted to the 2013 ESA YouTube Your Entomology contest by Justin Bredlau, a PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University. The video shows the life of […]
By Sahara Cornwell and Dr. Jeffrey K. Brown Thursday, April 22, 2010, started out like any other morning. It was 5:00 AM, and my eight-month-old daughter, Norah Willow, was letting […]
By Bethany Hunt In this video Bethany Hunt, a graduate student from the University of Kentucky, talks about two common misconceptions about entomologists. “Being an entomologist is great,” she says. […]
By Tracy Leskey Want to see people’s eyebrows raise? Tell them you are en entomologist, aka someone who studies bugs, in the summer of the “cicada invasion.” According to the […]
Taxidermists who mount deer and other animals often need to boil parts of the animals in order to remove the flesh. However, this can be messy and can create a […]