Lawrence E. Hurd, PhD
About the journal
Annals of the Entomological Society of America invites submission of manuscripts that integrate different areas of insect biology, and address issues that are likely to be of broad relevance to entomologists …Find out more
ISD now accepting submissions
ESA's newest journal is now accepting submissions! Insect Systematics and Diversity is accepting original research on systematics, evolution, and biodiversity of insects and related arthropods. Click here to find out more about publishing with ISD. Ready to submit? Click here to access the ScholarOne portal.
Filth fly special collection
The biology of filth flies is a blossoming area of study. Read the collection to discover more on using next-generation resources and innovative approaches to study the biology of fly–microbe interactions.
Introducing the new Annals of the ESA
Annals of the ESA has announced a scope change and Editor-in-Chief Lawrence E. Hurd writes about the changes in a recent editorial. Click here to learn more about the exciting new developments.
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