Warmer winters are allowing lone star tick populations to expand northward in the U.S., but a new analysis of historical trends argues land management and deer numbers are the primary factors.
A new study highlights problems with current government policy for managing vector-borne disease and the insects and arthropods that carry them and offers several recommendations for improvement.
Wild bees that live primarily in forests are an understudied group, but new research sheds light on the ecology of bee species that do much of the spring pollination work in woodlands.
A career dedicated to improving IPM in Arizona cotton, fostering up-and-coming entomologists, and volunteering within the profession has earned Steve Naranjo, Ph.D., accolades from colleagues and Honorary Member status at ESA. Learn more about Naranjo's career achievements and why he champions research roles for entomologists in the federal government.