The article is in press in the journal Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
The article appeared in the September 2019 issue of Alaska Fish & Wildlife News.
The article, appearing on May 20 in the journal ZooKeys, includes a description of a new species from Alaska.
Alaska’s premier butterfly specialist, Ken Philip, created the world largest private collection of arctic Lepidoptera. Anyone can now take a virtual tour of the hundreds of drawers in his collection
The collection can be viewed at the URI below.
The 2019 issue of the Newsletter of the Alaska Entomological Society has been posted at the URI below.
Reynolds, J. W., B. Godin, and D. Horwood. 2019. The first report of Arctiostrotus fontinalis (Oligochaeta: Megascolecidae) in Canada. Megadrilogica 24:17–21. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330225925_The_First_Report_of_Arctiostrotus_fontinalis_Oligochaeta_Megadscolecidae_in_Canada
Reynolds, J. W. 2019. A summary of the status of earthworms (Annelida: Oligochaeta) in checklists of the United States and Canada. Megadrilogica 24:51–65. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331438696_A_summary_of_the_status_of_earthworms_Annelida_Oligochaeta_in_Checklists_of_the_United_States_of_America_and_Canada_Megadrilogica_245_51-65_paper_in_English_abstracts_in_English_French_Spanish_German_
Presentations and audio from the 12th annual meeting are now available via the links below.
Forest Health Conditions Report 2018
Stephen Burr, USDA Forest Service
Large worms at large: Nightcrawlers change Alaskan forests
Matt Bowser, USFWS
Climate change in Alaska: Impacts on the entomofauna
Derek S. Sikes, UAF, UAM
Southcentral Alaska spruce beetle outbreak: Observations from the field
Jason Moan, Alaska DNR
The effects of climate change on invasive species and their impacts on forests and rangelands
Chris Fettig, USDA Forest Service
Gates of the Arctic pollinators
Jessica Rykken, NPS
In this master’s thesis the author documents the arthropods consumed by Alaskan shorebirds.
The species group covered in this article pertains to the Alaskan fauna. The article appeared in December in the Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia.
The article appeared in December in the Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia.