The New York Entomological Society New York

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The New York Entomological Society was first imagined by a small group of men in 1892. Original members were insect collectors and naturalists who informally met in the home of Mr. Gustav Beyer, a fur manufacturer, and they often would take walks in his garden, peruse his insect collections, discuss collecting experiences, or show and trade their specimens. For more information, please visit Learn more about this group at

  •  Published date: July 10, 2019
  •  Region: NY
  •  City: New York
  •  Address: Central Park West At 79th Street
  •  Phone number: 212.769.5613
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