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The Society, since its inception in 1923, has promoted the development of pure and applied entomological research in Australia, particularly in Queensland. Membership is open to anyone interested in Entomology.
The Society promotes liaison among entomologists through regular meetings, distributes a News Bulletin to members, provides collection permits and publishes the Australian Entomologist.
Next Meeting - 14 October 2014, 1pm
Our special guest speaker will be Dr Diana Leemon with a talk entitled, "A slimy solution for a bad bee-hiving beetle"
Wanted: Painted Apple Moth Larvae
From member, David Holdom:
I have a fungus I isolated from painted apple moth (Orgyia anartoides, synTeia anartoides) 10 years ago and that we have recently pulled back out of the freezer. While it looked like it might be a pathogen, it is not from a known insect-pathogenic genus. I would therefore like to do some bioassays to settle the question, but for that I need larvae, initially only a small number (20-50). So if anybody is able to provide eggs or larvae, or direct me to a population that I can readily reach from Brisbane, could you please contact me on 0431 293 813 or by Email D.Holdom. O. anartoides is a polyphagous native lymantriid with hosts including acacias, apples and pines. Thanks.
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*New* Electronic (pdf) version available this year. Back issues from 37(3) Sep 2010 up to the current issue 41(1) are available online for purchase through Informit.
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