Forensic Entomologists Mite Start Looking at Acarids for Clues

By Meredith Swett Walker In 1879, long before TV shows like CSI and Bones created a generation of armchair forensic entomologists, Jean Pierre Mégnin, one of the first scientists to use insect evidence to aid death investigations, examined the desiccated body of a female infant found in a vacant lot in Paris. “The mummy of […]

Source: Entomology Today

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