Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods)

Volume 23 No. 2, Fall 2004

The Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods) appears twice yearly. All material without other accreditation is prepared by the Secretariat for the Biological Survey.

Contents

The links below take you to the articles of this newsletter in HTML format. For a pdf version of the whole newsletter as it appeared in print click here

News and Notes:
     Forest arthropods project news
     Black flies of North America published
     Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada entomology web products
     Arctic symposium at ESC meeting
     Summary of the Scientific Committee meeting
     New postgraduate scholarship
     Key to parasitoids and predators of Pissodes
     Members of the Scientific Committee 2004

The Quiz Page

Project Update: Other Scientific Priorities

Opinion Page

Bird-Associated Mites in Canada: How Many Are There?

Web Site Notes

Arctic Corner
     Update on the Insects of the Arctic Project

Selected Publications associated with the Biological Survey

Selected future conferences

Quips and Quotes

Requests for Material or Information Invited

 


Editor:

H.V. Danks
Head, Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods)
Canadian Museum of Nature
P.O. Box 3443, Station “D”
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6P4
TEL: 613-566-4787
FAX: 613-364-4022
E-mail: hdanks@mus-nature.ca

Queries, comments, and contributions to the Newsletter are welcomed by the editor. Deadline for material for the Spring 2005  issue is January 28, 2005.

Editorial Notes

The Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods) develops and coordinates national initiatives in taxonomic and ecological entomology on behalf of the Canadian Museum of Nature (formerly the National Museum of Natural Sciences) and the Entomological Society of Canada. This Newsletter communicates information about systematic and faunistic entomology that may be of interest in Canada, and reports especially on activities relevant to the Biological Survey.

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