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RES Journal Awards

RES JOURNAL AWARDS
Award CriteriaThe best paper published in each Society Journal over a two year period. Each of the Society Journals participate biennially.
Prize£750 and Certificate for each winning paper.
EligibilityAll papers published in each RES Journal.
CycleBiennially, for preceding two years ie: 2016 will be based on 2014/2015 published papers.
AdjudicationEditor/s and Editorial Board of each participating Journal.
EntryPublication automatically means entry.

 

RES JOURNAL AWARDS SCHEME

2017 WINNERS

MEDICAL AND VETERINARY ENTOMOLOGY

C. NELSON, S.BANKS, C.L.JEFFRIES, T.WALKER and J.G.LOGAN

Tick abundances in South London parks and the potential risk for Lyme borreliosis to the general public

Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2015), 29, 448-452

PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY

GAETANO SOLAZZO, KARSTEN SEIDELMANN, ROBIN F.A.MORITZ and JOSEF SETTELE

Tetracosane on the cuticle of the parasitic butterfly Phengaris (Maculinea) nausithous triggers the first contact in the adoption process by Myrmica rubra foragers

Physiological Entomology (2015), 40, 10-17.

SYSTEMATIC ENTOMOLOGY

GAVIN J. SVENSON, NATE B. HARDY, HALEY M.CAHILL WIGHTMAN and FRANK WIELAND

Of flowers and twigs: phylogenetic revision of the plant-mimicking praying mantises (Mantodea: Empusidae and Hymenopodidae) with a new suprageneric classification

Systematic Entomology (2015), 40, 789- 834.

2016 WINNERS

AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST ENTOMOLOGY

Emily H. Kuhns, Yolani Tribuiani, Xavier Martini, Wendy L. Meyer, Jorge Peña, Jiri Hulcr and Lukasz L. Stelinski

Volatiles from the symbiotic fungus Raffaelea lauricola are synergistic with Manuka lures for increased capture of the Redbay ambrosia beetle Xyleborus glabratus

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2014), 16, 87-94

ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY

CALLUM J. MACGREGOR, MICHAEL J. O. POCOCK, RICHARD FOX and DARREN M. EVANS

Pollination by nocturnal Lepidoptera, and the effects of light pollution: a review

Ecological Entomology (2015), 40, 187-198.

INSECT CONSERVATION AND DIVERSITY

THOMAS MERCKX and ELEANOR M. SLADE

Macro-moth families differ in their attraction to light: implications for light-trap monitoring programmes

Insect Conservation and Diversity (2014), 7, 453-461.

INSECT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

C.L. Campbell, T. Harrison, A.M. Hess and G.D. Ebel

MicroRNA levels are modulated in Aedes aegypti after exposure to Dengue-2

Insect Molecular Biology (2014), 23(1), 132-139.

2015 WINNERS

MEDICAL AND VETERINARY ENTOMOLOGY

M. MAROLI, M.D. FELICIANGELL, L. BICHAUD, R.N. CHARREL and L. GRADONI

Phlebotomine sandflies and the spreading of leishmaniases and other diseases of public health concern

Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2013), 27, 123-147

PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY

ELOISE ROWLAND, PETER BELTON, PAUL W. SCAEFFER and GERHARD GRIES

Intraspecific acoustic communication and mechanical sensitivity of the tympanal ear of the gypsy moth Lymantria dispar

Physiological Entomology (2014), 39, 331-340.

SYSTEMATIC ENTOMOLOGY

TOBIAS MALM, KJELL ARNE JOHANSON  NIKLAS WAHLBERG

The evolutionary history of Trichoptera (Insecta): A case of succesful adaptation to life in freshwater

Systematic Entomology (2013), 38, 459-473.