In England or Ireland write to : Barry Goater, The Ridge, 27 Hiltingbury Rd, Chandlers Fiord, Eastleigh, UK SO53 5SR or contact the General Secretary, Dr D.Agassiz, International Institute of Entomology, 56 Queen's Gate, London, UK SW7 5JR
Fax :+44/71-581 1676, Phone : +44/71-581 0067 or EMail : firstname.lastname@example.org
EMail : WDPRINS@innet.be
EMail : email@example.com
Fax : +31-317-420296, Phone : +31-317-424224 or EMail : Vlinders@rcl.wau.nl
or:- Antwerpse vereniging voor Entomologie, c/of Frans Janssens - Calluy Nachtegaallaan, 12 bus 12, B-2660, Hoboken, Belgium.
EMail Frans Janssens at : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Society was started in 1904.
EMail : Bent@nsrske.agr.ca
Rob F. Smith research scientist, Agr. and Agri-Food Canada, 32 Main St., Kentville, N.S., B4N 1J5
Phone : 902-679-5730, Fax : 902-6792311
EMail : SmithR@em.agr.ca
Brief History - In 1968, a meeting on Agricultural Entomology was organised at the Department of Entomology "Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz, Universidade de Sao Paulo". As a consequence of this meeting another meeting called "Reuniao de Entomologia Agricola" was held in Urucuca, State of Bahia on the 21st to the 25th of February 1972. During this meeting, on the 22/Feb./1972 the Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil (SEB) was founded with the signatures of 43 entomologists. Today it is one of the largest entomological societies in the world and holds a biannual National Congress every second March, a major scientific event with more than 1100 participants at its last occurrance at Caxambu in 1995. The next meeting will be the 16th National Congress and will be held in Salvador, State of Bahia on the 2-7/march/1997.
The Society produces two publications 3 times a year (April, August and December), it's journal "Anais da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil" which it has been producing continually since 1972, and it's newsletter "Informativo da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil".
Membership = Valid until 31/Mar./1996
Fax :- +55 194 33 0562
Dallas County Lepidopterists Society
Meets at 10 am on the second Saturday of every month at the Dallas Museum of Natural History, in Fairpark, Dallas, Texas. Collectors, photographers, Gardeners and any other butterfly enthusiasts are welcome to the meetings which imclude workshops, speakers and field trips.
Telephone :- (214) 421-3466 x232
Fax :- (214) 428-4356
Tarant County Butterfly Club
Telephone :- (817) 923-8474.
The Coleopterists Society An international organization devoted to the study of all aspects of systematics and biology of beetles of the world. Membership is open to any individual interested in the aims of the society.
The society publishes the The Coleopterists Bulletin, a fully refereed quarterly professional journal (March, June, September, December). Volume 50 is being published in 1996. The society also holds an annual meeting in December, in conjunction with the meeting of the Entomological Society of America (1996: December 8-12 in Louisville, Kentucky).
Individual membership in the society includes
Membership dues are currently US$30, institutional subscriptions US$50.
To join or subscribe, send payment (in US$, by check drawn on US bank or international postal money order, payable to the Coleopterists Society) with name and full mailing address to the Treasurer:Mr Edward Zuccaro PO Box 767 Natchez MS 39121 USA New members are also requested to include phone, fax, email, and an indication of their interests in beetles for inclusion in the membership directory.
Manuscripts or inquiries about publishing in the Bulletin should be sent to the Editor:Dr. Wayne E. Clark Department of Entomology Auburn University, AL 36849-5413 USA
We will be announcing our own Web page later this year - stay tuned!
Young Entomologists' Society
While our first priority is to serve young people, we have found it vitally important to work with parents, youth group leaders, naturalists, and other educators so that they can be better equipped to provide support and information on arthropods to the young people they interact with.
Y.E.S. publishes three periodicals "Insect World" (bimonthly), "Y.E.S. Quarterly (quarterly), and "Y.E.S. NewsBulletin" (bimonthly), as well as a Special Publications series of informational handbooks. Y.E.S. sponsors a travelling outreach program known as "Bugs-On-Wheels" that visits schools, libraries, parks, nature centers, and shopping malls. Y.E.S. provides members with access to lots of resources and information, publishes member's articles, artwork and want ads at no charge, and offers discounts on minibeast merchandise. Y.E.S. has members from throughout North America (the United States and Canada), and more than two dozen other countries.
Annual member dues:-
Member-rate Subscriptions for publications:
Young Entomologists' Society1915 Peggy Place, Lansing MI 48910-2553 USA