The Michigan Entomological Society publishes a quarterly newsletter, journal, and the occasional Entomology Notes.
These 2-4 page fact-filled publications are provided for educators and students. Each note features a particular insect or aspect of entomology, and are useful study and teaching aids. We are always looking for authors to submit new additions to the series.
Almost all of the Entomology Notes are now available from this server. We hope that this resource proves invaluable for educators and students.
The Society's newsletter is published 3 -4 times per year. Current events, Society business, entomological humor, and short articles provide a timely way to keep up with happenings in the MES membership. The membership list is also published annually, as well as information about threatened and endangered insect species in the Great Lakes region.
This journal publishes papers dealing with nearly any aspect of entomology. Appropriate subjects are those of interest professional and to amateur entomologists in the Great Lakes region, North Central states, and Canada, as well as papers directed to a larger audience. The journal is peer-reviewed, and each volume numbers over 300 pages. Starting in 2001, we are publishing the journal twice a year.
Taxonomic indices are now available for several years, and more will be available as time permits.
LAST UPDATED 11/14/2002