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Wider aspects of a career in entomology 24-25

Types of Japanese trains, from local to super-express. Here are two articles that complete Hugh Danks’ perspectives about Japan in the series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology”, which outline some ancillary aspects of Hugh’s career for the potential interest of readers. 23. Japan, part 3   25. Japan, concluded

Wider aspects of a career in entomology 22-23

Official visit to a Japanese high school. These next two articles in the series, “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology” – describing some ancillary aspects of Hugh Danks’ career for the potential interest of readers – offer perspectives about Japan. 22. Japan 23. Japan, continued

Wider aspects of a career in entomology 20-21

The deer fly Chrysops vittatus, one of the common species that attacks humans. Continuing with Hugh Danks’ series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology”, this post has the last of the installments already published in the ESC Bulletin, and the first of the more recent articles in this continuing series. 20. Further field adventures […]

Wider aspects of a career in entomology 17-19

Mating display of the male (top), and the female, of the Ebony jewelwing damselfly, a species of slow-moving wooded streams. We continue the posting of Hugh Danks’ series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology” with 3 installments that introduce Hugh’s exposure to Canadian insects and their habitats. “This series of articles outlines some ancillary […]

19th Annual Photo Contest

Nineteenth Annual Photo Contest The 19th Annual Photo Contest to select images for the 2023 cover of the Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Canada is now underway. The cover images are intended to represent the breadth of entomology covered by the Society’s publications. Insects and non-insect arthropods in forestry, urban settings or agriculture; landscapes, […]

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Wider aspects of a career in entomology 14-16

Winter gall of the goldenrod gall fly, opened to show the freezing-tolerant larva within The posting of Hugh Danks’ series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology” continues with the next 3 installments. “This series of articles outlines some ancillary aspects of my entomological career, for the potential amusement of readers.” 14. University courses and […]

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Wider aspects of a career in Entomology: 11-13

                      Wasp larvae, uneaten aphid prey, and larva of a chrysidid parasitoid in the nest of a solitary wasp in a bramble stem. Continuing with the posting of Hugh Danks’ series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology”, this post presents 3 more installments. “This […]

Wider aspects of a career in entomology 8-10

Chalkhill blue butterfly, a species restricted to chalk and limestone grassland. Continuing with the posting of Hugh Danks’ series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology”, we bring you the next 3 installments. “This series of articles outlines some ancillary aspects of my entomological career, for the potential amusement of readers.” 8. The bug book […]

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Wider aspects of a career in Entomology: 5-7

Continuing with the posting of Hugh Danks’ series “Wider aspects of a career in Entomology”, we bring you the next three installments. “This series of articles outlines some ancillary aspects of my entomological career, for the potential amusement of readers.” Spring to fall research in Canada North Carolina Belize