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Organizations relating to Insects

Lepidopterists\' Society / Edmonton AB, Canada / Est. 1947
Nordic Entomologists Conference / Ås, Norway
Council for International Congresses of Dipterology / London, UK / Est. 1986
International Sericultural Commission / Bangalore, India / Est. 1948
Nordic Cooperation Group for Forest Entomology / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 1955
European Association for Forensic Entomology / Cergy-Pontoise, France / Est. 2002
Societas Internationalis Entomofaunistica Europae Centralis / Dresden, Germany
International Society of Phthirapterists / London, UK
International Bee Research Association / Bristol, UK / Est. 1949
African Network of Research on Storage Insects / Lomé, Togo / Est. 1993
International Phalaenopsis Alliance / Yorktown IN, USA / Est. 1990
Societas Europaea Lepidopterologica / Leiden, Netherlands / Est. 1976
African Association of Insect Scientists / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1978
International Odonatological Foundation / Wolnzach, Germany
International Odonata Research Institute / Gainesville FL, USA / Est. 1986
Honey Bee Network / Ahmedabad, India / Est. 1989
Council for International Congresses of Entomology / Brisbane, Australia / Est. 1910
International Union for the Study of Social Insects / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1952
International Society of Hymenopterists / Stuttgart, Germany / Est. 1982
Entomological Society of Southern Africa / Hatfield, South Africa / Est. 1937
Société d\'entomologie africaine / Chênée, Belgium / Est. 1994
African Regional Postgraduate Programme in Insect Science / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1978
European Association of Coleopterology / Santiago de Compostela, Spain / Est. 1987
International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1949
International Butterfly Breeders Association / St Petersburg FL, USA / Est. 1998

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World Problems relating to Insects

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Locust plagues
Non-compliance of computer equipment to Year 2000 transition
Lyme disease
Lepidoptera as insect pests
Insect damage to stored and manufactured goods
Insect pests of wood
Insect vectors of animal diseases
Insecticides as pollutants
Insect pests
Insect pests of plants
Insect vectors of disease
Threatened species of Insecta
Diseases of beneficial insects
Tsetse flies as pests
Tick-borne diseases
Spotted fevers
Infestation by head louse
Infestation by body lice
Aedes mosquitoes as vectors of disease
Increase in pests and diseases through perennial irrigation
Screw-worm flies as pests
Cockroaches as pests
Crickets as pests
Orthoptera as insect pests
Mosquitoes as vectors of disease

Action Strategies relating to Insects

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting insects
Conserving endangered species of insects
Conserving butterflies
Studying insect pests
Researching insects
Conserving Northern Australian and Trans-Fly savanna ecoregion
Linking scientists studying social insects
Repelling injurious insects
Avoiding insect damage
Studying diseases of beneficial insects
Establishing no-fly zone
Controlling tsetse fly
Undermining insect resistance to insecticides
Killing crop eating insects
Controlling locusts
Destroying introduced species of insect pests
Destroying insect pests of plants
Destroying insect pests
Predicting insect invasions
Protecting against disastrous insect invasions
Controlling insect invasions
Spraying mosquito breeding places
Studying social insects
Eliminating insect breeding places
Studying insect vectors of disease

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