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Entomology Glossary

The Southern House Mosquito and Related Species: Biology and Control
Application of Forensic Entomology to estimate of the postmortem interval (PMI) in homicide investigations by the Rio de Janeiro Police Department in Brazil

A brief history of forensic entomology
Forensic Entomology Special Issue

Forensic Entomology: The Next Step

CDC Pictorial Keys of Arthropods, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals of Public Health Significance 

Photographic Guide to Common Mosquitoes of Florida (Michele M. Cutwa and George F. O'Meara, University of Florida, Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory)

 Medical Entomology PowerPoint Slides
(Courtesy of Dawn M. Wesson, PhD, Associate Professor, Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, Department of Tropical Medicine)

Introduction to Arthropods and Insects
Introduction to the Diptera and Mosquitoes
Mosquito Transmitted Viral Diseases
Introduction to Black Flies, Sand Flies, Biting Midges, Tabanid Flies and Associated Pathogens
Forensic Entomology
Introduction to Tsetse Flies, Conenosed Bugs and Associated Pathogens
Introduction to Fleas and Lice and Associated Pathogens
Introduction to Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases and Introduction to Mites and Mite-Borne Diseases 
Introduction to Venomous Arthropods 
U.S. Mosquitoes - Adults
U.S. Mosquitoes - Larvae

  Vector-Borne Disease Ecology of the Middle East
I created this Power Point presentation using the Defense Pest Management Information Analysis Center, Armed Forces Pest Management Board (AFPMB), Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC for a Vector Biology Seminar Course at Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, Department of Tropical Medicine