The lecture is titled: “A dependable parasite and a risky mutualist: symbiont roles in parasitoid wasps and leaf-footed bugs” by Dr. Martha Hunter. The lecture is on Wednesday March 27th, at SFU. For more details: Poster
The early publication of Volume 115 of the JESBC is now available! Click the link for details: link
The latest issue of our newsletter, Boreus, is now available! >>Boreus 38(2) Check out past issues at http://entsocbc.ca/publications/boreus-newsletter/
Has the lack of ENTSOCBC merchandise in your life been bugging you lately? Well, turn those mandibles upside down(ibles), because ENTSOCBC has a buzzing new merchandise page available today! Come check out what we have available: ENTSOCBC Merch
An upcoming bumble bee course hosted by the Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology titled “Bumble Bee Biodiversity, Ecology, and Identification” will be taught this summer! The course will be held in Revelstoke, BC, at the Okanagan College from June
ESC Graduate Scholarships Announcement/ Annonce des bourses d’études supérieures de la SEC. For more information, see details here
2 versions of a 2019 calendar (PDF), created from Dan Johnson’s (from the University of Lethbridge) recent insect photos, are now available. These calendars were made to promote public appreciation for insects and biodiversity.
REMINDER: Bumble Bee Workshop is fast approaching! Co-hosted by the Entomological Society of British Columbia, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, and the British Columbia Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy, the Bumble Bee Workshop will be held on Saturday, October 13th, 2018, at the Okanagan
Thinking about submitting an article and/or note? There’s still time to make JESBC 2018! Go to the JESBC website for more information about submissions.