An official publication of the ESA
American Entomologist is a quarterly magazine that publishes articles and information of general entomological interest. The magazine publishes columns, features, research, book reviews, letters to the editor, and obituaries.
American Entomologist's precursor, Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America, published from 1955 to 1989. Browse the Bulletin archive here.
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American Entomologist on OUPblog
American Entomologist author Richard Levine brings attention to the illegal logging taking place at a monarch butterfly reserve in an article on OUPblog. For more information, read “Researchers use drones and satellite photos to document illegal logging in monarch butterfly reserve”.
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