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2/23/15  2015 Florida Entomological Society Annual Meeting
12/29/14 December 2014 issue of Florida Entomologist (Voume 97:4) has been posted in
  Florida OJ. and on  BioOne . See also Entomotropica, published by the Sociedad Venezolana de Entomologia

Notice to FES Members - Changes in Format and Page Charges Beginning with Volume 98 (2015)
 
At the 97th annual meeting (2014), the Executive Board and members attending the business meeting endorsed a reformatting of the Florida Entomologist. The most obvious changes will be a larger page size and color cover. Inside, however, will be numerous style changes designed to give the journal a more contemporary look, and to reduce costs of production. These include a font that will improve readability for online readers, and a simpler method of listing references. For those publishing in the journal, be advised that the publication costs will be modified as well. The base page charge will be increased from $58 to $93 per page, but the additional charges for tables, figures and on-line publication will be eliminated; the latter reductions together with the use of a much larger page will result in slightly smaller average costs. In addition, the journal will offer much lower costs for printed color images (reduced from $900 to $260 per page), and the option to link to color on-line material in place of black and white printed images ($60 per image). The option to hyperlink to supplemental material on-line remains.

8/30/14 New templates for Florida Entomologist manuscripts have been posted.

From The Distributed European School of Taxonomy (DEST): a new website and training programme for 2014-2015!  

 Check out the Modern Taxonomy programme offering intensive theoretical courses in various subjects. Also, have a look at the Expert-in-training programme enabling trainees to develop and strengthen their taxonomic research skills through on-the-job-training.

 Several training courses have an entomological subject and may of particular interes:
Methods and principles of systematic zoology (sensu lato: including zoogeography and phylogenetics) and systematics of the Buprestidae (Coleoptera)
Training programme in Entomology with specialization in fossil insects: phylogeny, biogeography, and palaeoecology
Taxonomy of European biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
Entomological research in protected areas
Taxonomy of cave beetles with emphasis on Coleoptera Cholevinae
Collecting methods and identification of parasitic wasps, with special emphasis on Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera)  
Training program in Entomology (special. Diptera Syrphidae), emphasis on collection management and bioindicator used

4/23/14 Revised:  Honors, Awards, and Tributes Page  
Howard Weems, John Kingsolver, Stuart Fullerton
4/5/14 In 2016, the Florida Entomological Society, the Entomological Society of America, and the Entomological Society of Canada are co-locating their annual meetings with the International Congress of Entomology (ICE 2016).

 Here is a link to the CALL for SYMPOSIA:
   http://ice2016orlando.org/call-for-symposia-for-the-2016-international-congress-of-entomology/.
4/12/14 FES Junior and Senior Awards at the 59th Florida State Science and Engineering Fair:

Collin Oi (Lincoln Middle School, Gainesville) received the FES Junior Competition Award for: Comparing the foraging efficiency of Nylanderia fulva and Solenopsis invicta.

Evan MacKay (Vero Beach High School, Vero Beach) received the FES Senior Competition Award for:
Distribution and movement of Diaprepes abbreviatus.
5/01/12 Pictures from the 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006 , 2005 , 2004, 2003, and 2002  Annual Meetings.
Also, pictures from
Insect Encounters 2010
Other pictures at
Honors, Awards, and Tributes Pages 
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4/4/10 Web pages about common
Florida Pests
 5/01/10 Web pages about
Florida Insect Diversity
2/24/15 Web pages about
Citrus Greening Database

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