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Vol. 103, No. 2 (June 2020)
Published: 2020-07-11

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Florida Entomologist*, "An International Journal for the Americas," is the official journal of the Florida Entomological Society and is published quarterly. Articles published in the Florida Entomologist reflect all aspects of basic and applied entomological and acarological science of relevance to Florida agriculture, urban environments, and natural resources. Research from the southeastern U.S., the Caribbean region, and Mexico is particularly invited as these areas are important sources of invasive species in Florida.  First reports of species in new geographic regions will not be accepted.  Each Florida Entomologist article is available on this site (search below) and on BioOne.

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* Florida Entomologist (1920–current) continues Florida Buggist, which ran from 1917–1920 (vols. 1–3).