Bartlett and others have put together the best insect and
spider identification resource for Canada and the USA. Please
join Troy's web site and help contribute to this amazing resource.
Australian website with information and photographs of spiders
from around the world.
Browse Insect Photos...A large database of representative
images of insects from the University of California, Berkeley.
Beaton's Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) of Georgia and
photos for Georgia's odonates by family.
Scott's Lepidoptera Pages...A
photo-illustrated guide to many families of moths.
Cresswell Photography, Stock Photo List...This may be
a handy link to helping you identify many insects.
Club Bug ID...This
is a UK based entomology club providing an online key to
the orders of insects. Great place to learn about dichotomous
keys and how to use them.
Nueva Granada, Dichotomous Key to Insect Orders...This
site has a downloadable key to the orders of insects in Microsoft
Word document format.
about the world's flies. Great site!
Environmental Interpretive Center...This
site has some ID resources to families of a few orders.
to the Identification of Insects and Related Arthropods...Authored
by the University of Florida, this site offers a glossary of ID
terms as well as information on Florida insects.
of Arizona...Dale Ward has put together a valuable ant
ID resource that should be useable for IDing many ant species
in the desert southwest of the USA.
Safari...This is a Dutch web site featuring many species
of insects found in Europe.
for scientific information only...Scirus
will help you separatet the "wheat from the chaff".
This is a search engine dedicated to scientific topics. Type in
your search item and Scirus will pull only scientific web sites
dealing with your subject. Cool!
to the Universe In Color...Robert
Gendler. No, this isn't photomacrography but the largest structures
in the universe have as great an "awe factor" as the
Macrolens Collection Database...For
those of you who are into photomacrography, true macro lenses
look and act nothing like the lenses marketed for photomacrography
today. This website is a fabulous resource for those of you who
would be interested in true macro lenses.
RESOURCE PAGE...A nice collection of articles tackling
many basic photography concepts.
National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes...Besides
being a repository for Canadian type specimens, this web site
has links to entomological societies worldwide.