Neha Savant, a wildlife ecologist at the NYC Parks Department, and Danielle Bunch, senior conservationist at the Clayton County Water Authority, hosted a workshop on the importance of the words we use in conservation work at this year’s HEP conference.
Better Common Names
From the people who brought you new names for spongy moth, Northern giant hornet, and maybe soon the “mustelid tick.” The Entomological Society of America’s […]
“Wanted” posters as an “invasive” species trope have arisen with the policing of species we think don’t belong in our ecosystems. Print media customarily disseminates […]
The hornet formerly characterized as “murder” received a new common name. In late July 2022, the Entomological Society of America (ESA) introduced a new common […]