The Bulletin has been published quarterly by the Entomological Society of Canada since 1969. It provides information on the activities of the Society and its members, research and employment opportunities, matters of wider scientific importance and book reviews.
Heritage lecture / Allocution du patrimoine (Judith H. Myers)
Special Features / Articles spéciaux
Wider aspects of a career in entomology. 5. Spring to fall research in Canada (Hugh V.
Feeding mycotoxin-contaminated wheat to insect larvae (Tenebrio molitor) as a strategy
to use Fusarium-damaged grain and generate a safe protein replacement for animal
feed (Carlos Ochoa-Sanabria)
A remarkable emergence of the long-horned beetle Meriellum proteus (Kirby 1837)
(Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) and presence of diverse Hymenoptera on white spruce
logs (Robert E. Wrigley)
In memory / En souvenir de
William G. “Bill” Friend (J.J. Berry Smith)
Walter Krivda (Robert Wrigley, Terry Galloway and Michael Leblanc)
Society business / Affaires de la Société
Announcement / Annonce
Content of newsletters / Contenu des bulletins
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Books for Review The ESC frequently receives unsolicited books for review. Reviews are published in the Bulletin, and reviewers keep the book.
If you wish to review one of the books listed below, please send an email to the Chair of the Publications Committee. You should indicate your qualifications to review the topic of the book, and be able to complete your review within 8 weeks. Book reviews should be approximately 800-1200 words in length. They should clearly identify the topic of the book and how well the book meets its stated objective. Weaknesses and strengths of the book should be described. Formatting of the review should follow that of reviews in recent issues of the Bulletin. Preference will be given to ESC members.