Best entomologa podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Angler's Entomology Podcast
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A podcast about re-discovering fly fishing entomology. We will review the major groups of aquatic insects - both relevant facts for fly fishing, but also interesting twists that make these critters fascinating.
 
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Elements of Entomology, The by RUSCHENBERGER, William
 
The Elements of Entomology is one of seven in a Series of First Books of Natural History Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges. It is a succinct little textbook from 1845 that presents an introduction to entomology. The author was a surgeon in the U.S. Navy and president of the Academy of Natural Sciences.(Summary by A.L. Gramour)
 
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Arthro-Pod
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The home for Arthro-Pod,the podcast that teaches you about the weird and wonderful world of insects!
 
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Insect Minute
Monthly
 
Insect Minute is a collaboration between the N.C. State Insect Museum and WKNC 88.1 FM to highlight interesting aspects in the field of etymology.
 
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On Six Legs
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An entertaining look at the insect world published twice a month.
 
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BioAcoustica Talks Podcast
Weekly
 
Natural history talks from the BioAcoustica archives.
 
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On Six Legs
Monthly+
 
An entertaining look at the insect world published twice a month.
 
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Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast
Monthly
 
Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast started off as a classroom based educational show about fly fishing. Each episode will cover a different aspect of fly fishing from entomology, hydrology, ichthyology, rods, reels, gear, fly tying, cold weather layering, fishing around Washington D.C. and more. The podcast quality gets better as Producer Jason of Freestone Media joins the team. Please visit Rob's website www.robsnowhite.com for more information and to book your guided trip.
 
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Dr. Tim's Spineless Wonders
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A monthly examination of real life insect encounters that encourages readers to see beyond what 'bugs' them and into the fascinating life of insects.
 
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Ento Nation
Weekly
 
The Cricket Man hosts Ento Nation, the audio home of Ento Nation Magazine. Whether it's Entomophagy (eating bugs), Entomology, Ento Farming, Ento News & Info, Ento Photo, Ento Blogs, Ento-tainment... Ento Nation, fulfilling all of your Ento-Info needs.
 
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J. Jonah Jamecast
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The Sound of the Fury
 
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J. Jonah Jamecast
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The Sound of the Fury
 
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Bug Bytes
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Welcome to Bug Bytes, a bimonthly podcast from Texas A&M University’s Department of Entomology in collaboration with Solpugid Productions. This podcast series takes you on a global expedition to discover what insects, spiders and other similar animals know that we don’t!
 
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Horticultural Horrors
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Whether you have acreage in the country, or flowerpots on a balcony in the city, join the Horticultural Horrors crew. You will learn how to choose plants, design the garden, install plants correctly, and obtain an understanding of the future care needed to maintain a healthy landscape (watering, pruning, fertilization, etc.) We will cover all things gardening/landscaping. With the many sciences, like horticulture, agronomy, meteorology, entomology, etc.... that affect your garden, there will ...
 
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There are an estimated 10 quintillion insects living on the planet right now-- That's 1.4 billion insects for each human. If they decided to take over, there's nothing we could do to stop them. Fortunately, they seem relatively content to share their planet with us.By mailto:joshnilaya@gmail.com (Josh Nilaya).
 
Hi there bug lovers! It's been a while since I released an episode and for that I apologize. Arthro-Pod is one of the favorite aspects of my job but it can be tough as a one-man band. That is why I am excited to announce that Arthro-Pod is going through a bit of a relaunch and adding two more hosts to the program! All of us are extension entomo ...…
 
Entomology and etymolgy combine in this episode featuring Elvis, Frankenstein and Elvis again. Super Tough players doing Super Tough long form improv scenes based on your suggestions. Stay tuned, because we might be playing in a city near you! Featuring: Manfred Yon, Rory Machell, and the worm that dwells in us all Theme song: Winner by Cheeseb ...…
 
The 2017 Purdue University Beck Ag Center Field Day including entomology, weed science, fertility, and soybean production information. These interviews were conducted with specialists from each stop on the farm.
 
The 2017 Purdue University Beck Ag Center Field Day including entomology, weed science, fertility, and soybean production information. These interviews were conducted with specialists from each stop on the farm.
 
The 2017 Purdue University Beck Ag Center Field Day including entomology, weed science, fertility, and soybean production information. These interviews were conducted with specialists from each stop on the farm.
 
The 2017 Purdue University Beck Ag Center Field Day including entomology, weed science, fertility, and soybean production information. These interviews were conducted with specialists from each stop on the farm.
 
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Angler's Entomology Podcast
 
Yep, a whole episode just about color. This may be the most interesting episode I've recorded - we'll talk about how color is produced, how we (and fish) perceive it, and how insects use it. I've added pics to the blog post - that will show examples of what I'm talking about: http://anglersentomology.libsyn.com/…
 
Joya and Jeff watched Guillermo Del Toro's "Mimic"! Topics include: biomimicry, how insects breathe, "royal jelly", the "mole people" of the New York subways, and forensic entomology!
 
Topher interviews Jess and Kristie AKA The Bug Chicks, two entomologists who spread love for entomology and Arthropoda!Links:thebugchicks.comTheir Microsoft commercial!https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=k6SVsf0k2i0Leopard slugs mating, nevermind the rest of the channel, this is a clip from Life in the Undergrowth:https://vimeo.com/16731697Special th ...…
 
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And, Also, As Well As, In Addition To, Too
 
Ben Traughber of Dream Eye Color (Coal or) Wheel comes to the studio to discuss Venn diagrams and restaurants where people throw peanuts on the floor. Then, job-seeker Paul Singleton drops by to explain why he was fired by Google. Last, entomologist Paul Rigglefeld surprise visits to talk about the famous Silverfish Dance, and he and his father ...…
 
WCCO's Esme Murphy with Gordon Chang-Author of Nuclear Showdown. More on North Korea. This time we discuss the missile launch that went farther and higher than ever before. Dr. Uli Munderloh-Professor of Entomology, U of M. There are some new tick-borne diseases in Minnesota.
 
A recent study published in the Entomological Society of America’s Journal of Medical Entomology demonstrates the duration of attachment of a single nymphal blacklegged tick (Ixodes scapularis) needed for the tick to be likely to transmit the bacterial species Borrelia mayonii, identified in 2016, is 48 hours or more, according to the study. By ...…
 
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Saturday Night Freak Show
 
Holly hopes exposure to spider-men will help cure her Arachnophobia (1990). When the residents of a friendly small town start dropping dead, the newly arrived doctor with an acute fear of spiders (Jeff Daniels) suspects the worst - that they are victims of a never-before-seen, super-poisonous species of arachnid. Listen as we discuss childhood ...…
 
This week Dr. Greg Davis talks with Stephen Dobson, professor of entomology in the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment about all things mosquitos; including a relatively new method of controlling the local mosquito population.By aflytle@uky.edu (Alan Lytle).
 
For those of you interested in delving into entomology, here is an episode on how to develop an insect collection. We'll be talking about all sorts of insects and techniques - both those specific to trout fishing insects, but others as well. There are tons of links and pictures on the blog post for this episode, which you can find here: http:// ...…
 
Howdy, howdy bug lovers! Today on Arthro-Pod we meet up with Dr. Aaron Dossey of All Things Bugs. Aaron is ascientist who has followed an interesting career trajectory from postdoc to CEO. He's got a book out (link down below) wrote the resolution to get National Postdoc Appreciation Week passed by congress! In the show, we cover topics like in ...…
 
Ben is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Truman who currently teaches introductory biology series, ecology, & entomology. He is the faculty adviser for the compost project, bike co-op, and wildlife association.
 
Today on the podcast talk about bumblebees in agriculture. Dr. Sujaya Rao is a Professor in Entomology at Oregon State University. Her research covers IPM in field crops and native bee pollinators in diverse cropping systems and in native habitats. A serendipitous discovery made by her led to development of a new bee monitoring tool. She has al ...…
 
Stephen Doggett is the Director of the Department of Medical Entomology at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia. He has over 30 years’ experience in the field of medical entomology. Today we talk Bed Bugs a fascinating chap and a fascinating chat about all things bug related, this interview will have you Itching for more....get it....itching :)…
 
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Stuff You Missed in History Class
 
As a naturalist illustrator, Maria Sibylla Merian helped dispel many entomological myths and improved the scientific study of insects and plants.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Thanks to Dollar Shave Club for sponsoring this video. Get your first month of the Executive Razor with Dr. Carver’s Shave Butter for only $5 at http://www.dollarshaveclub.com/minuteearth It can be hard to distinguish bees from all the other insects out there that look like bees. Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEa ...…
 
Thanks to Dollar Shave Club for sponsoring this video. Get your first month of the Executive Razor with Dr. Carver’s Shave Butter for only $5 at http://www.dollarshaveclub.com/minuteearth It can be hard to distinguish bees from all the other insects out there that look like bees. Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEa ...…
 
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The Inside Winemaking Podcast with Jim Duane
 
As Vice President and General Manager at Cliff Lede Family Wines Remi Cohen oversees the grapegrowing and winemaking for the Cliff Lede wines in Napa and the FEL wines from Anderson Valley. In this episode Remi tells of her job in entomology that led to enrollment to study viticulture at UCDavis. From there she quickly rose through the vineyard ...…
 
A new Purdue University-developed technology concept could provide pest control companies with a more effective way to control termites and prevent associated damage. The technology works by targeting the termite's resistance genes that help the insect fight off a known fungus that can effectively eliminate termites. Michael Scharf, an associat ...…
 
To hear more episodes from the series The Layman with Jon Gabrus go to http://www.stitcherpremium.com/layman and use promo code LAYMAN at checkout to receive 1-month of our premium service for free! Michael Wall isn't just Vice President of Research and Public Programs for the San Diego Natural History Museum, he's also the Curator of Entomolog ...…
 
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PolliNation | A Pollinator Health Podcast
 
Mike Burgett is the Emeritus Professor of Entomology at OSU, where he has taught since 1974. He has conducted a huge amount of work on apiculture research, including a survey of beekeepers and growers in the Pacific Northwest of the US, which is our main topic for today. We’ll discuss pollination markets as they are today, the history of beekee ...…
 
On Saturday, the local land conservation group Grand Prairie Friends will conduct a sale of native prairie and woodland plants inside Lincoln Square in Urbana. This sale represents the best opportunity of the year for residents of east central Illinois to get their hands on a wide assortment of native plants at very reasonable prices—and to sup ...…
 
An entertaining look at the insect world.
 
An entertaining look at the insect world.
 
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Angler's Entomology Podcast
 
In Episode 10 we'll tackle the Clingers - which include the March Brown and the Quill Gordon, among others. We'll also have a few diversions - to talk about slippery rocks and science - how we claim to know what we think we know. Regarding the latter - here is the link to the commencement address by Richard Feinman. http://calteches.library.cal ...…
 
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With Good Reason
 
Animal IntersectionsIn his forthcoming book A Hoot in the Light: Illuminating the Sensory Modes of Animal Communication, Alex Parrish says that by recognizing animal voices, we do not diminish our own – but open the potential to make our particular brand of humanism a little more humane. Parrish talks with us about how communication evolves, an ...…
 
The March for Science vignette from satellite march in Riverside, CA on Earth Day, April 22, 2017. Speakers: Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-San Bernardino); Meera G. Nair, PhD. (UC Riverside School of Medicine); Michelle Duennes, PhD. (UC Riverside Postdoctoral Scholar, Entomology; Ron Loveridge (Fmr. Mayor, City of Riverside); and Tim (literally just ra ...…
 
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