THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LUND – SOCIETAS ENTOMOLOGICA LUNDENSIS
The Entomological Society of Lund
Ecological Bldg, Sölvegatan 37
SE- 223 62 LUND
firstname.lastname@example.org [Mikael Sörensson (chairman, editor)]
SEK 150:- annually (for members residing outside Sweden).
Includes annual subscription to our publication ’FaZett’
Please, pay directly to our international bank account (IBAN)
IBAN: SE 955 000 00000 5624 1017 500
NB! Please, provide name and full home address!
Meetings usually take place during semesters on the last Friday of the month at Biologihuset, Sölvegatan 35, Lund. Talks, demonstrations, brief notes and photos/videos on entomological issues are covered, including excursions, guidings etc. Current schedule is given on the homepage (see ’Start’).
The journal ’FaZett’ is being published biannually (see ’FaZett’ for content of previous volumes). Subscription is provided by payment of membership fee (see above).
A new book on the status of butterflies (Lep., Rhopalocera) of the province of Skåne (Scania) was recently published by ESIL (see home page ’Start’). It may be ordered by sending an email to Anders Ohlsson (email@example.com)
Chief editor: Anders Ohlsson, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Assistant editor: Mikael Sörensson (email@example.com).
The Entomological Society of Lund [ESIL] was founded in 1903. It is Sweden’s second oldest entomological society (next to the Stockholm society). It is open to anyone interested in insects and arachnids and holds ca 250 members. Its main purpose is to support the public interest of entomology and take an active part in developing the subject on various levels of interest. This is carried out primarily through public meetings, excursions, guidings, expert offers, publications and grants. The Society previously edited and published the journal ’Opuscula Entomologica’ (1936-69) and its supplements. Several famous Swedish entomologists headed ESIL during the previous century, among them Simon Bengtsson, Nils Alarik Kemner, Kjell Ander, Carl H. Lindroth, Hugo Andersson, Bengt-Olof Landin, Ingvar Svensson and Per Douwes.
Most welcome as a member of ESIL!