The Entomological Society of New Zealand

was formed with the aim to promote the profession of entomology. Now, nearly 60 years later the society has an active membership of more than 250 people from throughout New Zealand that devote their professional or personal time to understanding and disseminating knowledge of the New Zealand insect fauna.

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University of Canterbury MSc Scholarship in Conservation Entomology

The University of Canterbury is offering a MSc Scholarship for a position looking at the endangered endemic grasshopper Brachaspis robustus. They are seeking a keen, competent and enthusiastic student to work with Canterbury University, the Department of Conservation and Environment … Read more…

64th annual conference, 7–10 April 2015, Auckland

Registration and abstract submission are now open for the 64th annual conference of the Entomological Society of New Zealand, being held at Orakei Bay, Auckland, 7–10 April 2015. Conference fees are $350 ($450 after 12 March 2015), or $250 for … Read more…

63rd annual conference, 22–24 April 2014, Queenstown

Registration and abstract submission are now open for the 63rd annual conference of the Entomological Society of New Zealand, being held at Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown, 22–24 April 2014. Conference fees are $350 ($450 after 14 March 2014), or $250 … Read more…