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Raw version of an article for Forensic Science International Vol. Since the Second World War only a handful of scientists and crime scene experts have pioneered a way forward for forensic entomology.

All of them had the tough job of convincing local authorities, and other scientists, of the benefits of using arthropods in criminal investigations. Judges, in numerous countries, finally decided that forensic entomology was suitable for use in cases ranging from tricky high forehse murders to wildlife violations []. In recent years insect and other arthropod evidence has made its way into routine use in forensic and medico-legal investigation and research.

The discipline, now years old, has become scientifically mature for practical use. Two recent congresses marked this historic turn: At present the field has not only a recent scientific textbook [3], and a handbook for practical work [4], but also two popular scientific books dealing with forensic entomology [1,5,6], with another one in preparation.


Forensic entomologists will hopefully use this special issue of Forensic Science International as a handbook as well.

With all the recent advances duly noted, we still hope to encourage the next generation of scientists to find a discipline that their inner flame is burning for, no matter what the current trends may be. Forensic entomology is one of the few truly multidisciplinary scientific fields, which makes it both exciting and challenging. At the same time it brings an enormous responsibility, compelling everyone working in the field to be both virtuous and unbiased manuall their actions and conclusions.

The guest editor and the referees believe that young scientists entering forensic entomology will continue the tradition of open-minded, multidisciplinary, and responsible work.

Smith London, UKauthor of a milestone publication on forensic entomology [9], was very kind to act as the main reviewer of all articles in this Forensic Science International special issue. The guest editor, receiving numerous requests concerning this matter, is optimistic in finding an editorial house that will reprint his Manual of Forensic Entomology as an historic manuzl into the field. Marcel Leclercq Beyne-Heusay, Belgium and Pekka Nuorteva Helsinki, Finlandboth senior researchers in forensic entomology, contributed to this volume with comments and generous gifts of their original publications and manuscripts.


Nicole von Wurmb reviewed articles dealing with DNA, and Guido Sticht reviewed manuscripts focusing upon toxicological issues. I would like to cordially thank them, as much as the authors, for their contributions.

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BLT, Bergisch Gladbach,2nd edition Benecke, Leichenbesiedlung durch Gliedertiere Arthropods on Corpses. In Brinkmann B, Madea B eds.

Joyce’s Print Shop, Clemson, How insect evidence helps to solve crimes. Harvard University Press, Cambridge mabual London, Wallace, Entomology, In J. Nuorteva, Sacrophagous Insects as Forensic Indicators.

Entomologia forense: origini ed evoluzione

A study in trauma and environmental hazards, Vol. II, Saunders, Philadelphia,pp. Smith, A Manual of Forensic Entomology.

Perseus, Cambridge, MA, Benecke, Leichenbesiedlung durch Gliedertiere Arthropods on Corpsesin: I, Springer, Heidelberg, in German Chapter 2. Erzinclioglu, Maggots, Murder and Men, 2nd ed.

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Nuorteva, Sacrophagous insects as forensic indicators, in: Nature, Forensic and the struggle. To Pinpoint Time of Death. Perseus Books, Cambridge, MA, Bitte rufen Sie niemals an. From Mark Benecke Forensic Wiki. Retrieved from ” http: Personal tools Log in.