Insect-Specific Entomological Societies

This listing includes international, U.S., or North American entomological societies, associations, and groups that are focused on particular types of insects.

 

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Coleoptera (beetles)

Diptera (flies, mosquitoes)

Heteroptera (true bugs, flower bugs, and minute pirate bugs)

Hymenoptera (ants, bees, sawfiles, and wasps)

Lepidoptera (butterflies, moths)

Mantodea (mantids)

Neuroptera (alderflies, antlions, dobsonflies, fishflies, lacewings, owlflies, snakeflies)

Odonata (damselflies, dragonflies, darners)

Orthoptera (crickets, grasshoppers, katydids, locusts)

Phasmida (walking sticks)

Arachnida (mites, scorpions, spiders, ticks)



Coleoptera (beetles)

Diptera (flies, mosquitoes)

American Mosquito Control Association—mosquitoes and other pests of importance to public health

North American Dipterists Society—flies

Heteroptera (true bugs, flower bugs, minute pirate bugs)

Hymenoptera (ants, bees, sawflies, wasps)

Lepidoptera (butterflies, moths)

Mantodea (mantids)

Neuroptera (alderflies, antlions, dobsonflies, fishflies, lacewings, owlflies, snakeflies)

Odonata (damselflies, dragonflies, and darners)

Orthoptera (crickets, grasshoppers, katydids, locusts)

Phasmida (walking sticks)

Arachnida (mites, scorpions, spiders, ticks)