Welcome to the
Entomological Society of Ontario
The Entomological Society of Ontario (ESO) is an active society, dedicated to furthering entomology through annual meetings and publications. Over the past 149 years, it has served as an association of persons interested in the science of entomology. Today, as always, members of the Society have varied entomological interests; physiology, taxonomy, ecology and pest management. Although founded by amateurs, whose active participation is encouraged today the majority of the Society’s members are professionals, sharing their interests and expertise while working either in Provincial or Federal governments, industry or universities within Ontario as well as other parts of Canada and the world.
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AGM 2016: Renewal
The 2016 AGM will be held at:
The Great Lakes Forestry Centre (GLFC)
Sault Ste. Marie ON.
Full AGM Program: coming soon!
Details so far:
Venue: Great Lakes Forestry Centre
Where: 1219 Queen St. E, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
When: October 14th – 16th, 2016
Lodging: Delta Hotel and Resort
Click HERE to fill out the Registration Form
Click HERE for the 2016 AGM information page
Content for Volume 147 (2016) of JESO is now available HERE.
J. Savage. 2016. First Canadian record of the Bermuda grass stem maggot, Atherigona reversura (Diptera: Muscidae). J. ent. Soc. Ont. Volume 147: 3-22. [PDF]
Instructions to Authors
A Special Note . . .
We would like to welcome Chris MacQuarrie and Thomas Onuferko as the new Editor and Technical Editor of the Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario.
They have respectively taken over for John Huber and Jess Vickruck as of Volume 145 (2014) and Volume 146 (2015) run.
For more information on any upcoming TEA meetings and special events please click HERE . . .
Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) Position
University of Guelph (Ridgetown Campus)
Ontario Agricultural College
Department of Plant Agriculture
High profile, multidisciplinary, multinational, multi-institutional, multi-stakeholder.
The Department of Plant Agriculture is seeking applicants to fill a GRA position at the PhD level to oversee an independent risk assessment of neonicotinoid exposure to honeybees in a corn/soybean ecosystem where seed treatment use predominates. The assessment will compare two data sets. The first was collected during a period of high exposure resulting in a robust, comprehensive data set for neonicotinoid residues in numerous matrices from commercial fields from 2013-15. The second data set will be collected during 2016-18 during a period of transition to reduced exposure as a result of restricted and mitigated use. We are seeking a highly-motivated and objective scientist to use these Tier 3 data to conduct this critically important risk assessment under the guidance of a team of independent scientists from the University of Guelph, Michigan State University and the University of Manitoba. . . .
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Screening of applicants will continue until a successful candidate is identified. For information about graduate school admissions visit please visit:
http://www.plant.uoguelph.ca/students/current-students/graduate-studies and send letters of inquiry to Prof. Art Schaafsma email@example.com