Information about Australian insects from CSIRO Entomology. Includes fact sheets and other educational materials.
A field guide to the most commonly found insects and non-insects in North America.
An online key to insect identification.
An introduction to Malaysia's tropical insects by Michael KP Yeh.
Cultural entomology, insect macrophotography, educational resources, and links.
Images and notes of insects in the San Francisco Bay Area of California.
Philip Myers's introduction from the Animal Diversity Web.
Systematic and alphabetic list with detailed information on all the insect orders. From John R. Meyer's North Carolina State University Entomology class site.
Large collection of imagery related to North American forest insects. Topics include organisms, life stages, eggs, and damage caused. Browse by taxonomic order or by other categories (such as foliage feeders, gallmakers, stinging insects, and predators).
Information about a wide variety of commonly encountered insects found in California, with links to resources and photos. From the University of California.
Provides images of insects, but not butterflies and moths, from the printed books and manuscripts in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
Photograph gallery of many different species of insect arranged taxonomically.
Photo gallery of insects found in Alberta, Canada by R. Bercha.
This society is dedicated to facilitating communication among social insect researchers worldwide.
Extensive collection of insect images.
With six editions a year, this journal covers a wide range of behavioral research.
Description and image of an insect discovered in Namibia that resembles a cross between a stick insect, a mantid, and a grasshopper.
Checklist of the approximately 90,000 species of insects of North America north of Mexico, subdivided by Order and Family.
Photographs of European and North American insects categorized by activities and by classification.
Images of some common insects in the eastern USA.
Photographs from the forests near Chiang Mai, sounds, articles, edible insects, Thai attitudes to insects, insects in Thai proverbs and postage stamps, links, butterfly checklists, and resources.
A searchable database of insect pheromones and semiochemicals, now covering over 7000 species of insect.
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