This is a quarterly newsletter of the Systematic and Applied Acarology Society, publishing news and information of interest to acarologists, such as book reviews, lists of new books, and current contents of the world's acarology publications. The Bulletin is freely accessible online.
A quarterly publication of the North American Butterfly Association, the magazine publishes articles and photographs of interest to the general public, including gardening, photography and butterfly identification information.
Searchable archive of articles from 1984 to the present, with lists of upcoming reviews, 50 most-frequently-read articles, and 50 most-frequently-cited articles.
Archives publishes original scholarly articles in English. The website provides instructions for authors, a table of contents, and an online subscription form.
Formerly the International Journal of Insect Morphology and Embryology, the journal covers anatomy and devopment of Arthropoda, Tardigrada and Onychophora. The website offers abstracts and contents, author and keyword index, author's guide, online manuscript tracking, and temporarily, full text online.
Formerly Midwest Biological Control News, this is an online publication of the University of Wisconsin Department of Entomology covering information about the use of beneficial organisms for controlling arthropod pests. The newsletter includes a feature article, coverage of news, events, projects, and reviews, and a "Know Your Friends" section.
French publication about Coleoptera. The website provides a table of contents.
Published annually, Contributions provide a venue for the publication of long papers, 50 to 150 pages in length. The website includes ordering information and instructions for authors.
The journal specializes in articles about experimental and applied entomology, with an emphasis on insect-host plant relationships, relationships between insects and their predators, and insect control. The website provides instructions for authors, a free online sample copy, and tables of contents. Full text is available online to subscribers.
This Russian journal includes papers dealing with all aspects of theoretical and applied entomology. Contents and abstracts are available in pdf format.
This is a publication of the Japan Coleopterological Society. The website includes the contents for issues 1981-1993.
Entomon is a quarterly publication of the Association for Advancement of Entomology, and covers research on insects and other arthropods.
New name for Boletín de Entomología Venezolana, a journal of tropical entomology, as of April 2001. The website includes instructions for authors and a table of contents for the latest issue.
A bimonthly publication of the Entomological Society of America, the journal covers interaction of insects with all aspects of their environment, and includes articles on biological control. The website provides tables of contents and instructions for authors.
Flea News is a free, online publication providing bibliographic information and news about the Siphonaptera.
Published by the Florida Entomological Society, this journal is available in print and in freely accessible pdf format online.
A peer-reviewed, full-color publication of the Association for Tropical Lepidoptera, Holarctic Lepidoptera is published twice per year and includes technical articles as well as travelogs and photo essays. Emphasis is on moths and butterflies of the northern regions of North America and Eurasia.
Articles cover "neurochemistry,hormone and pheromone biochemistry, enzymes and metabolism, hormone action and gene regulation, gene characterization and structure, pharmacology, immunology and cell and tissue culture." Online access to full text is available to subscribers.
International journal for the study of social arthropods, published for the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI). The website offers a free downloadable sample copy, a list of forthcoming articles, subscription information and instructions for authors.
Publishes scholarly review papers in all aspects of integrated pest management, with "pest" refering to any kind of plant or animal that negatively impacts agriculture, horticulture, human or animal health, or other human endeavor. The website includes instructions for authors, table of contents, subscription information, and free online sample copy. Subscribers may access the journal online.
The journal includes articles about pests and diseases of plants of economic importance. The website provides tables of contents, a free sample copy online, instructions for authors, and a contents alerting service.
Formerly the Journal of Agricultural Entomology, this is a publication of the South Carolina Entomological Society. It covers applied entomological studies concerning arthropods that impact human beings, livestock, poultry, and wildlife. Website includes contents with abstracts, editorial guidelines, subscription information and obituaries.
This journal features peer-reviewed articles covering all aspects of the behavior of insects and other terrestrial arthropods. The website provides a searchable table of contents and article information, instructions for authors, and a free online sample copy. Full text is available online for subscribers.
This journal is dedicated to articles about the conservation and biodiversity of insects and other arthropods. The website provides a searchable table of contents and article information, instructions for authors, and a free online sample copy. Full text is available online for subscribers.
This journal includes articles about the physiology of insects and other arthropods, and includes both original research and review articles. The website features a searchable database of contents, authors, abstracts and keywords. Online access to full text is available to subscribers.
Journal of the International Association for Neuropterology, published annually. The website includes notes for authors and contents with abstracts.
These are book-length monographs. The website provides a complete list of the monographs in the series, and ordering information.
MES publishes Entomology Notes for educators and students, the Newsletter of the Michigan Entomological Society, some issues of which are now available on the web, and the Great Lakes Entomologist. The last is a peer-reviewed journal with articles of interest to professional and amateur entomologists in the region.
This journal is devoted to the publication of research and review articles about the ecology, distribution, taxonomy and evolution of terrestrial arthropods of the Old World tropics.
Published by the U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine Entomological Sciences Program, these bulletins are available online in html or pdf format.
Formerly Pesticide Science, this journal covers all aspects of pest management and includes reviews of meetings papers as well as research articles. The website provides a table of contents, submission guidelines and subscription information.
Peer-reviewed articles are published in English or French with an English abstract. The journal is issued once per year. At least one author of a paper must be a member of the Entomological Society of Ontario. Refer to the website for contents and authors' guidelines.
Mississippii State University publication, available online in html format. The site is searchable.
A quarterly publication by the Department of Entomology at Texas A & M University. Refer to the website for subscription information.
The journal publishes research articles about mites and ticks, free of charge for members of the Systematic and Applied Acarology Society, and for a fee for non-members. The website provides tables of contents, submission guidelines, and subscription information.
A peer-reviewed journal for the rapid publication of papers and monographs about ticks and mites. Issues are freely available online. Website provides submission guidelines, contents, and subscription information.
Published twice a year by the Association for Tropical Lepidoptera, the journal publishes peer-reviewed research articles, travelogs, and photo essays about moths and butterflies of the tropics and south temperate zones.