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A review of the Forensic Entomology literature in the midwestern United States

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Abstract A review of literature pertaining to forensic entomology in the midwestern region of the United States was conducted, searching for the earliest articles up through publications from early 2020. Eight states are included in this region, containing a total of 161 publications. There were a large number of publications regarding biodiversity, insect arrival and colonization of carrion. While Illinois had the greatest number of publications with more than 40, Minnesota produced the fewest publications, with only five. This review highlights the need for further investigations in forensic entomology in this region of the United States. This article is categorized under: Forensic Anthropology > Time Since Death Estimation Crime Scene Investigation > Crime Scene Examination Forensic Biology > Forensic Entomology

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Forensic Biology > Forensic Entomology
Forensic Science in Action/Crime Scene Investigation > Crime Scene Examination
Forensic Anthropology > Time Since Death Estimation

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