Pegs, Pouches, and Spines: Systematics and Comparative Morphology of the New World Litter Bug Genus Chinannus Wygodzinsky, 1948
The authors of this Thomas Say Monograph taxonomically revise the genus Chinannus Wygodzinsky, 1948 (Dipsocoromorpha: Schizopteridae: Ogeriinae), describe 26 new species, and expand the known natural range of species in the genus to span most countries between Nicaragua and Bolivia.
Memoirs of Black Entomologists
This collection of memoirs gives an inside look at the childhood, university, and career experiences of 20 successful black entomologists from around the globe, including the challenges they overcame and the mentors who inspired them. With black populations under-represented in the life science professions, this book encourages black students to pursue a career in the life sciences and gives practical advice on how to be successful.
IPM for the Urban Professional: A Study Guide for the Associate Certified Entomologist
Designed as a study guide for those pursuing their ACE certification, IPM for the Urban Professional also serves as a comprehensive introduction to the concepts of integrated pest management (IPM); basic classification, identification points, and pest biology; an outline of pesticides concepts; and an overview of important safety and regulatory issues.
The American Entomologist Poet’s Guide to the Order of Insects
Just $3.99, this eBook contains about 90 poems that date from the seventeenth century up to the present, with at least one poem for each insect order. Contributors include three U.S. Poets Laureate (W. S. Merwin, Kay Ryan, and Ted Kooser), and luminaries such as John Keats, Emily Dickinson, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Walt Whitman, Carl Sandburg, Robert Burns, William Wordsworth, Jonathan Swift, John Donne, and many others.
Entomology 2015 Minneapolis Commemorative Annual Meeting Poster
This poster is a colorful, original, signed, and numbered silk-screened print -- a true collector's item.
Insect Pest Handbooks
Each handbook covers groups of pests associated with specific commodities and habitats.
Thomas Say Publications in Entomology
These books include taxonomic works and selected symposia proceedings.
This 12-page color brochure explains why studying insects is important for agriculture, medicine, forestry, veterinary medicine, human health, criminology, ecology, and other topics. A perfect hand-out for science festivals, bug fests, and insectpaloozas.
ACE Certification Merchandise
Those who have attained Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) certification can purchase additional copies of the ACE pin, decal, and uniform patch in the bookstore under "Merchandise".