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Water reflections through greenery. Broad Bodied Chaser (Libellula depressa) Credit Simon Carder
Water reflections through greenery. Broad Bodied Chaser (Libellula depressa) Credit Simon Carder

Agricultural & Forest Entomologists

Manage insect crop pests with chemical, biological and environmental methods.

Medical & Veterinary Entomologists

Diagnose and manage insects that cause and can carry human and animal diseases.

Domestic Pest Controllers

Manage insect pests in domestic and business premises.

Insect Farmers

Produce insects for new protein sources and manage honeybees for honey.

Ecological Consultants

Survey insects to measure the health and value of a habitat.

Biological Recorders

Identify insect species and record their geographic location for ecological data.

Zookeepers

Care for populations of rare insect species.

Conservationists

Campaign, fundraise and act to conserve rare insect species.

Insect Taxonomists

Describe new insect species and research evolutionary relationships between them.

Museum Curators

Collect and preserve collections of insect specimens for use in scientific research.

Scientific Researchers

Discover new information about insects from genes to overall biology with experiments and fieldwork.

Forensic Entomologists

Use insects to provide evidence for legal cases.

Science Communicators

Use insects to connect people with science and nature via words, images and videos.

Artists

Are inspired by or work with insects to create fine art, performance art or literature.

Teachers & Lecturers

Inspire students at all levels from school up to university about insects.

Engineers

Use insects as inspiration for new technologies to save the world.

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