Joe A. MacGown, email@example.com - Research Technician/Scientific Illustrator -- Formicidae of Mississippi, and illustration of select groups, especially Hydrophilidae, Nitidulidae, and Scarabaeidae.
Christi Jaeger, Research Associate I
James G. Lewis, Research Associate I
Sandra Schachat, PhD Student - evolution of wing patterns in microlepidoptera.
John A. Barone, firstname.lastname@example.org - Professor at Columbus State University, Columbus, GA--History and ecology of prairies in the southeastern states, and plant-herbivore interactions and the structure of tropical montane plant communities.
Clarence C. Collison, email@example.com - Professor and Head of Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology at Mississippi State University--Administration, Nitidulidae of Mississippi, apiculture, pollination and veterinary entomology with emphasis on poultry ectoparasites.
Matt Dakin. University of Southwestern Louisiana (Retired) Orthoptera of the southeastern United States.
Drew Hildebrandt, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com - University of Mississippi Medical Center - Systematics and ecology of carabid beetles worldwide, especially in MS and the southcentral U.S. Current projects include working out the life cycle of the endemic Black Belt Prairie carabid beetle Cyclotrachelus hypherpiformis, mapping the distribution of the genus Bembidion in MS, and cataloguing the carabid fauna of the barrier islands.
Jerome Goddard, firstname.lastname@example.org - Arthropods of medical importance, but specifically ecology of ticks and tick-borne diseases. State Medical Entomologist, Mississippi Department of Health. Also, Clinical Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical School.
Paul K. Lago, email@example.com - Professor of Biology at the University of Mississippi--Entomology, insect taxonomy, primarily of the Coleoptera (Scarabaeidae and Carabidae), Trichoptera (Curvipalpia) and Neuroptera, faunistic studies of freshwater insects of Mississippi, insect - plant associations.
Blake Layton, firstname.lastname@example.org - Extension Urban Entomologist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service. Primary interests are insect pests of ornamental plants, vegetable insects, household and structural pests, and fire ants.
John MacDonald, email@example.com - Starkville, MS. Areas of expertise include tropical Lepidoptera; Scarabaeidae and Tabanidae of the southeastern United States; and plant identification, surveys, and taxonomy in the southeastern United States.
Ricky Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org - 400 Winona Road,Vicksburg, MS 39180, phone-(601)638-6848. Lepidoptera of Mississippi, especially Lycaenidae and Hesperiidae, and state coordinator for the USGS Butterflies of North America database.