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Male feather-horned beetle Credit Kerry-Ann van Eeden

Antenna is the Bulletin of the Royal Entomological Society

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Editors: Richard Harrington, Dafydd Lewis and Jane Phillips

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Associate Editors: Jesamine Bartlett, Andrew Boardman (University of Hertfordshire), Benjamin Chanda (PATH, Zambia), Kimberly Gauci (Open University, Malta), Adam Hart (University of Gloucestershire), Louise McNamara (Teagasc, Ireland), Sajidha Mohammed (University of Calicut, India), Moses Musonda (Broadway Secondary School, Zambia), Claire Price (Harper Adams University), Stuart Reynolds (University of Bath), Yanet Sepúlveda De La Rosa (University of Sussex)

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Cover of Antenna 45 (2) 2021

Antenna Volume 45 (2) 2021

- Chemical warfare in fungus-farming ants
- Honorary Fellow Interview – Jane Memmott
- Obituaries

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Antenna Volume 45 (1) 2021

- The continuing evolution of insect flight
- William D. Hamilton: 20 years on
- Honorary Fellow Interview – Helen Roy

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Antenna Volume 44 (4) 2020

- When, why and how insects got their wings
- How much do we know about non-native insect fauna?
- Dracula wasp – how a musicologist came to collect insect fossils

Cover of Antenna Volume 44 (3) 2020

Antenna Volume 44 (3) 2020

- Lockdown entomology – does less lead to more?
- Entomological triage at the wild frontier
- Profile: Student Representatives