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.
This is the new website for The Great Lakes Entomologist. New issues will be published here in the future.
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Current Issue: Volume 51, Numbers 3 & 4 - Fall/Winter 2018 (2018)
Use of Spotted Knapweed/Star Thistle (Asterales: Asteraceae) as the Primary Source of Nectar by Early Migrating Monarch Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) from Beaver Island, Michigan
Matthew M. Douglas
State Record for Stenamma foveolocephalum (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Missouri
Angela D. Pierce and Diane L. Wood
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