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- n. A scientist who studies insects
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One versed in entomology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One versed in, or engaged in the study of, entomology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a zoologist who studies insects
Jeff Tomberlin, a Texas A&M entomologist, is looking into the possibility that black soldier fly larvae -- "grubs" to the uninitiated -- could be used to turn livestock manure into high-protein feed.
Tristan Martens, a retired entomologist, is shaken by the discovery of his mother's sewing table in a New York antique shop.
Dr. Dario Espina - Perez, a Latin American entomologist and beekeeper, disagrees strongly with this B-movie scenario in his excellent book.
A definition is a tag, like the label the entomologist ties to the pin after he has the butterfly nicely dead.
The entomologist was the last of our pew-full to give heed to the pulpit.
Whether or not my daughter is able to put "entomologist" down on the list of things she'd like to be some day is rather beside my point, however.
He was a kind of entomologist and botanist, a kind of philologist (one is a little astonished to find that rather curious and very charlatanish person and parson Sir Herbert
New insects aren't uncommon, but an Arizona entomologist has discovered a new moth among a genus of normally dull moths that has pink underwings.
Joan Weldon , who plays a heroic entomologist in the film, will be present to introduce it.
Iowa State University entomologist Aaron Gassmann 's discovery that western corn rootworms in four northeast Iowa fields have evolved to resist the natural pesticide made by Monsanto's corn plant could encourage some farmers to switch to insect-proof seeds sold by competitors of the St. Louis crop biotechnology giant, and to return to spraying harsher synthetic insecticides on their fields.