13. "The Division of Entomology" The history of the Entomology division of the Museum with photos of the research area and collections. Information and statistics on the insect world and news in entomological research at the University. This issue also tells of the addition of a fossil mastodont to Elephant Hall. (1960) (4 pages).
25. "The Migratory Monarchs" Story of the life cycle and migration pattern of the Monarch butterfly. (1964) (2 pages).
42. "Scarabs, Dung Feeders, Jeweled Pollinators, and Horned Giants" Life cycles, forms, colors, and feeding habits of scarabs, including such common names as june bugs. Some of the most beautiful and largest insects in the world belong to the family. (1965) (4 pages).
66. "Take a Beetle to Lunch Today" The natural history of the dung beetle is explored. (1980) (4 pages).
67. "A Matter of Taste" Habits, life cycle, ecological advantages, and history of the carrion beetle. (1980) (4 pages).
75. "Butterfly Conservation: Dollars and Decisions about Wildlife" Discusses such topics as genocide for profit, habitat loss and overcollecting, and butterfly farms. (1989) (4 pages).
80. "Sphinx Moths" Information on sphinx moths, including how to identify them, their life cycle, their forms of defense, and more. (1991) (4 pages).
85. "Nebraska Butterflies" Read about butterflies - their life history and classification - and their diversity in Nebraska. Details and color plates are shown for some specific Nebraska butterflies. (1993) (6 pages).
91. "Insect Musicians" Find out about summer's insect symphony. Discusses insect "instruments." The "players" presented include Cicadas, Long-Horned Grasshoppers (Katydids, Meadow Grasshoppers), Crickets, Short-horned Grasshoppers, and Mole Crickets. Includes color foldout. (1995) (4 pages)
97. "Nebraska's Salt Marsh Tigers" Information on the eastern Nebraska salt marsh and on tiger beetles--biology, life cycle, and behavior--and their species and distribution and on conservation. Includes a color fold-out poster. (1997) (4 pages)
98. "The Indomitable Honey Bee" General information on honey bees, including the history of bee keeping, colony life, and how introduced parasites have reduced wild honey bee populations. (1997) (4 pages)
112. "Jewel Scarabs" Jewel Scarabs are some of the most spectacular insects that you'll ever see. Learn about them - where they occur, their life history, and ecological characteristics. The most striking feature is their coloration! Includes a color fold-out poster. (2002) (4 pages)
113. "Nebraska's Endangered Species, Part 1: Introduction and the Insects" This is the first in our series on Nebraska's endangered and threatened species. In this issue, you'll read about the American Burying Beetle and the Salt Creek Tiger Beetle. (2002) (6 pages)