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View Resource Insects.org

Billed as a site dedicated to "studying earth's most diverse organisms", Insects.org brings together amazing insect macrophotography with useful classroom resources and articles on how insects interact with humans. On the homepage, visitors can start their journey through the site by reading some of the insect profiles, "Entophiles," which include photographs and detailed descriptions. Moving on,...

View Resource Singing Insects of North America

How does one distinguish a katydid from a cricket? This website provides an answer to that question, along with samples of calls from other insects, including cicadas. The site was created by Thomas J. Walker and Thomas E. Moore, and it was designed to be of assistance to both professional and amateur biologists interested in studying singing insects. First-time visitors should scroll down to the...

View Resource University of Minnesota Insect Collection

During the past 125 years, the holdings of the University of Minnesota Insect Collection "have grown from a regional collection of 3,000 specimens to a major national and international resource of almost 3,400,000 specimens." Specimen loans are available to researchers by request, and the Insect Collection website provides a list of Loan Conditions. The site also contains information about...

View Resource Texas A&M University: A Field Guide to Common Texas Insects

Hosted by the Department of Entomology at Texas A&M University, this well-organized website provides basic information about many common insects found in Texas, and in numerous other states as well. The website is based on a book titled, _A Field Guide to Common Texas Insects_ by Drs. Bastiaan M. Drees and John A. Jackman. The site contains concise descriptions and good-quality images of a...

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