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Pest Management Societies

American Phytopathological Society
Society information online.

Association of Applied Insect Ecologists
AAIE provides quality information about pest management while encouraging environmentally compatible approaches and an awareness of IPM. The organization also establishes a forum for the exchange of information through member services and other means.

The Coleopterists Society
The site includes information about the society and its various programs, some beetle resources (more to be added), and links to numerous beetle-related or other sites of likely interest.

The Entomological Society of America
The Entomological Society of America is at 9301 Annapolis Rd., Lanham, MD 20706-3115 tel. ; fax ; e-mail .

The Entomological Society of Ontario
The table of contents of the latest issue (Vol 127) of the Procedings of the Entomological Society is (or will soon be) on the Society's web site.

The Lepidopterists' Society
The Web site of the international society devoted to the study and appreciation of the insect order Lepidoptera (the moths and butterflies) invites both amateur and professional entomologists are invited to join the Society. The Statement on Collecting that was adopted by The Lepidopterists' Society is on this page.

The Lorquin Entomological Society
The purpose of the society is to promote the study and conservation of insects and other arthropods. This is accomplished through regular meetings and presentations, field and laboratory work, involvement with schools, and community events.

The Orthopterists' Society
The Orthopterists' Society (formerly the Pan American Acridological Society) is an international scientific organization devoted to facilitating communication among those interested in Orthoptera and related organisms. The Society currently has 330 members from 43 countries on six continents. We foster research and publication in all aspects of the biology of these insects from ecology and taxonomy to physiology, endrocrinology, cytogenetics, and control measures.

Society for Invertebrate Pathology
Includes: Information About SIP, Membership Information, SIP Newsletter, Upcoming Meetings and Links of Interest.

SETAC - The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
The membership of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), a professional, nonprofit organization is comprised of more than 5,000 individuals from 58 countries in the fields of environmental chemistry and toxicology, biology, ecology, atmospheric sciences, health sciences, earth sciences, and environmental engineering. Members are involved in diverse areas such as environmental education, research, environmental management, regulation, risk assessment, and chemical manufacture and distribution.