Formerly the Michigan Entomologist (Vols.1-4), The Great Lakes Entomologist publishes papers dealing with nearly any aspect of entomology. Appropriate subjects are those of interest to professional and amateur entomologists in the Great Lakes region, North Central states, and Canada, as well as papers directed to a larger audience. The journal is open access, and articles are published as they are finalized.
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Current Issue: Volume 50, Numbers 1/2 -- Spring/Summer 2017 (2017)
Cordulegaster erronea Hagen in Sels (Tiger Spiketail) Rediscovered in Michigan (Odonata: Cordulegastridae)
Mark F. O'Brien, Darrin S. O'Brien, and Julie A. Craves
Species and life stages of Odonata nymphs sampled with large drift nets in two Wisconsin rivers
Bob DuBois and Dennis Pratt
Construction and performance of a novel capture-mark-release moth trap
Nicole Wonderlin, L. M. Ross, and Peter White
Effect of Habitat on Blow Fly (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Oviposition in Michigan
Kristi Bugajski and Parker Stoller
First Record of Hippodamia variegata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in Illinois, U.S.A., and Relation to Its Other Midwestern Collection Records
Louis S. Hesler and Jonathan G. Lundgren
- Lead Scientific Editor
- Kristi Bugajski, PhD
- Lead Production Editor
- Alicia Bray, PhD
- Anthony Cognato, PhD
- Julie Craves, PhD
- David Houghton, PhD
- William Ruesink, PhD
- William Scharf, PhD
- Daniel Swanson, MS