Presentation :



Research Associate and Entomologist
at Cycle Farms

Benoît created Passion Entomologie in 2014…


Some articles :
 – Ephydra hians: the diving fly of Mono Lake
 – Conoderinae: the Brazilian weevil that thinks it’s a fly!
 – The Asian Hornet: A Recent Invasion



Vincent ALBOUY

Former President of the Office for the Protection of Insects and their Environment (OPIE)

An entomologist by training, Vincent is interested in the insects of our gardens and their protection, of which he is the author of numerous books on this subject.


Some articles :
 – Etre polyvalent ou se spécialiser ? Le choix des fleurs et de leurs pollinisateurs



Sylvain HUGEL

Neurobiologist at CNRS
World Orthoptera Specialist

Parasitoid Hymenoptera Specialist


Sylvain is part of the team that brought the only documented case of pollination by an insect belonging to the order Orthoptera (2010) : Access to the article


Some articles :
 – But where do the Ornebius of the Indian Ocean come from?



Nicolas MOULIN

Independent Entomologist
Research & expertise office

Nicolas is a young independent entomologist who created his research and expertise office in entomology 9 years ago…


Some articles :
 – The Mantodea: synthesis on these insects
 – Interview of Nicolas MOULIN – Independent entomologist




Entomologist researcher – Correspondent of National Museum of Natural History

Parasitoid Hymenoptera Specialist


Pascal is passionate about the taxonomy, ecology and phylogeny of parasitoid hymenoptera, particularly in their use in biological control. He is also the author of about thirty publications on these subjects…


Some articles :
 – The ovipositor of parasitoid hymenoptera: how micro-surgery is inspired by nature’s inventions
 – Two wasps, a caterpillar and a cabbage leaf



Become an author :

Passion Entomologie wishes to become an online magazine of reference on entomology. And, if you write quality articles, related to entomology, you can submit them to the editorial staff who will select the best articles to publish them. Passion Entomologie cannot reward the authors of the articles but the publication can, on the one hand, contribute to make you better known to the public and, on the other hand, the site is a specialized tool allowing you to share your knowledge.