Science and Technology (Biology) - Zoology - Insects
AES Bug Club
Devoted to kids and the "Young at heart" who find insects and other creepy
crawlies interesting and even fascinating.
Descriptive and biological information on everyone's favoritie insect, the cockroach.
Book of Insect Records
The University of Florida has compiled this astounding book of facts on various species of
Insect and bug-related software for the home PC, providing research tools and information.
A photographic essay of the kinds of bugs you want to have in your computer.
Biological and scientific informaiton on the various species of these insects throughout
the state. Includes photos.
Care of Cockroaches
If you want your pet cockraoch to live, take a look at these helpful tips and
Cockroach Picture Gallery
Identify the various origins of the species of roach about the meet the sole of your shoe.
What insects do we find in art? Do insects carry symbolism? Seek answers to these cultural
and historical questions through the study of bugs.
Dr. Don's Termite Pages
Lots about termites, what they are and what they do, learn how to avoid termite problems,
how to get rid of termites, and how not to get rid of termites.
A lovely personal site by a real dragonfly lover. Contains info on how they fly, their
life cycle, graphics and much more.
Dragonflies and Damselflies
Check out news stories, information requests, events, meetings etc. It also serves as a
link to other Odonata related sites.
Research paper on the nutritional value of insects as a food source.
Entomology for Beginners
Cool info on the body parts and metamorphisis of insects.
Essig Museum of Entomology
Museum collection maintains approximately 4.5 million specimens, primarily from western
North America and the northern neotropics.
Diptera, Nematocera, mosquitos, spiders -- if it creeps, crawls, flies or is annoying, you
can find its full bio here.
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Broken into searchable Orders, you can view every insect in North America in French,
Spanish and English.
Insects on the WWW
Indexed alphabetically and by topic, if it crawls, flies, buzzes or squashes, you will
find it here.
Drosophila genes and their roles in development, tissue and organ development and an
alphabetical listing of genes.
Color Image Database
A guide to the identification and classification of Japanese ants and taxonomy.
Madagascan Giant Hissing
Advocating raising, handing and using these creepy crawlies as elementary school pets!
Take in all that you can handle about the mayfly and its role, habbits and habitats around
Keep up on the various diseases, pest control methods and the best way to keep your blood
from being sucked.
More than just buzzing annoyances, mosquitoes have many interesting facts, photos and
Myrmecology -- The Science about
Information about the scientific study of ants. Includes sections on habitat, biology, and
Links to regional odonatology clubs, promotional material for videos and a bit of useful
info on this science of the study of dragonflies and damselflies.
Members of the pest control community can come together and exchange ideas, envoke
discussion and learn how to kill little critters better.
Tick Research Laboratory
Devoted to the study of various tick-born diseases and their cure. Sponsored by the
University of Rhode Island.
Images of some common insects, including information on the foods they eat as well as the
habitats where they can be found.
Wondrous Praying Mantis
Personal site from a breeder of mantises and a lover of insects. Providing environmental,
biological and behavioral insights.
Yucky Bug World
Worms, roaches, and the various mites that live on every square inch of your body. Stop
here to make your flesh crawl.
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