|Language||English / French|
|Edited by||Antoine Mantilleri|
|ISO 4||Ann. Soc. Entomol. Fr.|
|ISSN|| 0037-9271 |
Annales de la Société entomologique de France ( ISSN 0037-9271) is one of the oldest entomology journals in the world. It was founded in 1832, and began a new series (nouvelle série) in 1965, when it merged with Revue Française d'Entomologie and la Revue de Pathologie Végétale et d'Entomologie Agricole de France. It is published by Taylor & Francis. Peer-reviewed journal, Annales de la Société Entomologique de France publish original research papers about insects (Hexapoda), Arachnida and Myriapoda: taxonomy, comparative morphology, phylogeny, zoogeography, population genetics, plant-insect relationships, ethology, ecology, biology. Concerning taxonomy, the journal avoids publishing isolated descriptions and gives preference to papers that include ecological, biogeographical, phylogenetical considerations, or comprehensive revisions.
Jean Baptiste Alphonse Déchauffour de Boisduval was a French lepidopterist, botanist, and physician.
Amédée Louis Michel le Peletier, comte de Saint-Fargeau, also spelled Lepeletier or Lepelletier, was a French entomologist, and specialist in the Hymenoptera.
Louis Alexandre Auguste Chevrolat was a French entomologist, born 29 March 1799 at Paris and died 16 December 1884 in the same city.
The Société entomologique de France, or French Entomological Society, is devoted to the study of insects. The society was founded in 1832 in Paris, France.
Théodore Lacordaire or Jean Théodore Lacordaire was a Belgian entomologist of French extraction.
Jules Bourgeois was a French entomologist who specialised in Coleoptera. The French Academy of Sciences awarded him the Prix Thore for 1908 in recognition of his work on Chrysomela.
Jacob Rudolph Hendrik Neervoort van de Poll was a Dutch entomologist who specialised in Coleoptera. He was the vice-president of Artis, the Amsterdam zoo; a member of the Netherlands Entomological Society and the Société entomologique de France. The butterfly Troides vandepolli was named, by Samuel Constantinus Snellen van Vollenhoven, curator of the Leiden Museum, in his honour.
Paul Mabille was a French naturalist mainly interested in Lepidoptera and botany.
Suphisellus is a genus of beetles in the family Noteridae, containing the following species:
Francisque Guillebeau was a French entomologist, specializing in Coleoptera.
Adolphe Hercule de Graslin was a French entomologist.
Afroeurydemus is a genus of leaf beetles in the subfamily Eumolpinae, found in Africa. The genus was separated from Eurydemus in 1965 by Brian J. Selman, who moved all African species of Eurydemus he had seen to this genus or related African genera and considered it likely that Eurydemus was restricted to Fiji. Many species were also originally placed in Syagrus.
Charles-Juste Bugnion, full name Charles Juste Jean Marie Bugnion was a Swiss banker and Vaudoise political personality. He was a member of the Société Helvétique des sciences naturelles and one of the founding members of the Société entomologique de France.
Alexandre Pierret was a French entomologist who specialised in Lepidoptera. He was a Member of the Société Entomologique de France
Leptomorphus is a genus of fungus gnats in the family Mycetophilidae. There are about 8 described species in Leptomorphus.
Eumolpini is a tribe of leaf beetles in the subfamily Eumolpinae. It is the largest tribe in the subfamily, with approximately 170 genera found worldwide. They almost always have a longitudinal median groove on the pygidium, which possibly helps to keep the elytra locked at rest, and appendiculate pretarsal claws.
Eryxia is a genus of leaf beetles in the subfamily Eumolpinae. It is distributed in Africa and Western Asia.
Charles Théophile Bruand d'Uzelle was a French entomologist who specialised in microlepidoptera. He described several new species and erected the families Elachistidae, Oecophoridae and Roeslerstammiidae and the geometrid tribes Ourapterygini and Hemitheini. He was a member of the Société entomologique de France. His macrolepidoptera and Psychidae collections are held by the Natural History Museum, London and the microlepidoptera by the Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris.
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