Arkansas Entomological Society

AESThe Arkansas Entomological Society was formed in order to foster the science of entomology in the state and to enhance communication among those interested in entomology. The AES was founded in the summer of 1991 at a meeting of many of the state's professional entomologists.

Annual Meeting

The 2015 Annual AES Meeting is a joint meeting with the Kansas Entomological Society and will be held April 3rd and 4th.
Program for the 2015 Annual AES Meeting TBA.

The meeting will begin with a reception on Friday, April 3rd and presentations will be the next day, Saturday, April 4th.

More details to follow along with an official call for papers.


Membership is open to all individuals who are interested in the study of insects and related arthropods, and is not limited to residents of Arkansas. Members include educators, extension personnel, students, researchers, professionals and hobbyists.

Annual dues are $10 for regular members and $5 for students.

The Society can not currently accept online submissions for membership applications. Download the  application form below that you can return by mail (requires Adobe PDF Reader).

Contact Information

Ricky Corder

Dr. Robert Wiedenmann

Please address all correspondence to:

Arkansas Entomological Society
319 AGRI Building
1 University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR 72701

Additional Information