Forensic Entomology is the application of the study of insects and other arthropods to legal issues. It can be divided in three subfields: urban, stored-product and medicolegal. Medicolegal Entomology is the science of using insect evidence to uncover circumstances of interest to the law, often related to a crime. The time of death, for example, can usually be determined using insect evidence gathered from and around a corpse, provided the evidence is properly collected, preserved and analyzed by an appropriately educated forensic entomologist.
Forensic Entomology Links
Forensic Entomology Home Page - Morten Stærkeby
American Board of Forensic Entomologists
Internet Resource Guide for Zoology: General Entomology
Iowa State Entomology Index of Internet Resources
Forensic Entomology Bibliography
The Forensic Science Resource Guide to a Criminal Fact Investigation: Forensic Entomology
Morten Stærkeby's Forensic Entomology Bibliographic References
TnCrimLaw Criminal & Law Links
Medical Links Mental Health Links
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