Florida Entomologist

Florida Entomologist*, "An International Journal for the Americas," is the official journal of the Florida Entomological Society and is published quarterly. Articles published in Florida Entomologist reflect all aspects of basic and applied entomological science. There are no geographical restrictions regarding publication, although priority will be given to manuscripts that reflect the fauna of the Western Hemisphere, or are of great interest to entomologists in this region.  Each Florida Entomologist article is available on this site (search below) and on  BioOne.

About Florida Entomologist

Provides history and general information about the Florida Entomologist.

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Browse Online Archives

Vols. 1 No. 1 (1917) to present are available.Features: Browse quarterly volumes by date. Table of contents is displayed for each volume.

Search Online Issues

Vols. 1 No. 1 (1917) to present are available.
Features: Search for articles by author, title, or keywords in the text.

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Information about the editorial staff can be found at this link.

Florida Entomologist authors may add InfoLinks to their articles. An InfoLink is a link to a file of the authors’ creation. It is clickable from the online table of contents that lists the authors’ article, and allows the authors to publish supplementary material (e.g., color illustrations, complete data sets, audio clips) and, in most cases, to add to and correct the supplementary material.

* Florida Entomologist (1920–current) continues Florida Buggist, which ran from 1917–1920 (vols. 1–3).