Entomology, Ornithology & Herpetology: Current Research

Entomology, Ornithology & Herpetology: Current Research
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0983

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Editor-in-Chief

Yulin Gao

Yulin Gao
Editor-in-Chief
Associate Professor, Entomology, IPP-CAAS
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), China

Biography

Dr. Yulin Gao is an insect ecologist working in Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) in Beijing, China. He received his PhD from the CAAS for his work on Insect Ecology, especially in insecticide resistance. Currently, Dr. Gao was Horticultural Entomology Professor and Chair for the Department of Research Extension in IPP-CAAS.

Research Interest

Biology and ecology of invasive insect species for many years. Specifically, his scientific interests cover the fields of IPM of invasive insect pests (eg thrips, leafminer).

Agostino Letardi

Agostino Letardi
Editor-in-Chief
Entomologist, ENEA, STUDI-IDR
Roma, Italy

Biography

I'm graduated in Natural Sciences at the University of Rome, La Sapienza (1988), and specialized in Agroecology in Perugia (2000). Currently my job interests are entomology, organic agriculture, agroecology and rural development. Editor of the newsletter of the International Association of Neuropterology. Member of the Scientific Commission of the Italian Platform for Organic Farming. Member of the Scientific Board of Fragmenta entomologica. Subject editor for Neuroptera of Zootaxa

Research Interest

Entomology (Neuropterida and Mecoptera), Integrated Pest Management, Biodiversity, Environment, Conservation Biology, Agroecology, Zoogeography, Biological Control, Art, Sketching, Fellowship, Insect Ecology, Biodiversity & Conservation, Insect Identification, LCA, Distribution, Environmental Science, Taxonomy, Insect Taxonomy, Insect, Fauna, Ecology, Agro-biodiversity, Systematics, Ecology and Evolution, Insect Diversity, Species Diversity, Traps, Nature Conservation, Nature, Invasive Species, Systematic Entomology, Insect Distribution, Conservation, Butterflies, Natural History

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