EntoNotes

These posts are dedicated to entomological articles that are not about aphids. I know that I have said I love aphids but I have worked and published on a number of other insect (also mites and spiders) groups. I have, for example, written 29 scientific papers on the pine beauty moth, Panolis flammea,
Panolis larvaHylobius 2

and also written about the large pine weevil, Hylobius abietis.

I have also worked on and published papers on carabid beetles as predators of forest insects and also as indicator species in heathlands, in addition to many other more general entomological topics including a book on The Ecology of Insect Overwintering. I anticipate that entries under this category will be a mixture of biology, ecology and more general topics.

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