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So Many Shot Hole Borers: New Research Charts Four Nearly Identical Species

Tiny beetles once known as tea shot hole borers are actually a group of four distinct species that appear almost exactly the same to even the trained eye. In a new study, researchers combine both physical measurements and molecular genetics to better define the members of the Euwallacea fornicatus cryptic species complex.

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One Year Later: An Update From Insect Systematics and Diversity

Launching a new entomology journal is a learning experience, say the co-editors-in-chief of Insect Systematics and Diversity. On its first anniversary, the duo share their experience in working with volunteers and authors and their vision for the journal as it continues to grow.

Sydney Cameron, Ph.D., and Jim Whitfield, Ph.D.

New Home for Systematics in Entomology Nears First Issue

Insect systematists—and anyone, really, interested in topics such as insect taxonomy, morphology, paleobiology, phylogenetics, and genomics—have reason to celebrate with the coming debut of the newest journal of the Entomological […]

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