Published on May 8, 2020
Supported with a Scriber Scholar Award, Erica Fischer has significantly expanded the butterfly and moth database available at MSU for international use.
Published on November 18, 2019
A team of scientists have developed a new online tool that will make it easier to identify these potentially destructive and invasive species.
Published on April 22, 2019
Curators of MSU Entomology’s arthropod research collection have located fragile specimens preserved by the collection’s founder at the turn of the 19th century.
Published on November 17, 2017
Database staff in the Albert J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection have spent the past year entering label data from North American butterflies and moths into a multi-organizational database.
Published on November 2, 2016
The National Science Foundation is funding a $3.2 million effort to digitize millions of butterfly and moth specimens within the Lepidoptera of the North American Network.
Published on February 19, 2016
An updated database of insect specimens in the A.J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection is now live at Symbiota Collection of Arthropods Network.
Published on July 28, 2015
In April and May of 2015, Room 443 in the Natural Science Building was converted and added to the museum space to house the Collembola collections of Dr. Richard Snider and Kenneth Christiansen.
Published on September 23, 2014
In 2012, Eric Metzler, Adjunct Curator in the ARC, completed a volunteer study begun in 2007 that was supported by the National Park Service to sample moths from Carlsbad Caverns National Park and White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.
Published on February 12, 2014
Three faculty members and three staff members from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) were honored for their outstanding contributions to education and research at the annual MSU Awards Convocation on Feb. 11.
Published on May 30, 2011
Through the efforts of Dr. Richard Snider, arrangements had been made to bring the Ken Christiansen Collembola Collection to MSU upon Ken's retirement from Grinnell College in Iowa.