John T. Trumble, PhD
About the journal
Journal of Economic Entomology – the most-cited entomological journal – publishes articles on the economic significance of insects and includes sections on apiculture & social insects, insecticides, biological control …Find out more
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ESA portfolio special collection
We invite you to read our special collection featuring content from each ESA publication. The ESA portfolio covers the spectrum of entomology, and the special collection highlights the unique contribution of each publication to the entomology community. Click here to read the collection.
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.
JEE and Dryad partnership
JEE and Dryad Digital Repository have partnered to simplify the data submission process for authors and strengthen the link between the article and data. Upon submission of a paper, authors will be sent a direct link to upload their data. A link to the data will be included in the final published paper.
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Publishing in the field of entomology
Filth fly special collection
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