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College zoology. Agricultural zoology reviews, volume 1. It is designed as a laboratory manual for the major groups of invertebrates compiled by six experts in the field. List of Odonata of the World. An attempt to list all valid species of Odonata. It includes the author and year of description for all genera and species, plus synonyms for almost all North American, South American, Australian, and African species.
At the time of viewing, synonyms for Eurasian species were still incomplete. Updates D. Mantophasmatodea: Gladiators. Zompro, Oliver. Zompro is one of the original discoverers of this new order of insects. This Web site includes a bibliography and species list as well as information on keeping these insects in captivity. Mayfly Central.
The two main resources available at this site at the time of viewing were The Mayflies of North America and The Mayflies of Central America, two species lists maintained by researchers at Mayfly Central. Neotropical Leafhoppers Taxonomic Resource Page. Yepez, Fernando Francisco.
Maracay, Venezuela: Museo del Instituto Agricola. The site presents information on the neotropical leafhoppers.
At the time of viewing, the only data available were species lists for the neotropical subfamilies, photographs of about 10 species, and links to other sites. In English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
New Entomological Taxa. An index of new taxa and nomenclature changes for insects, acarines, arachnids and myriapods, in addition to their parasites, pathogens, and symbionts.
Both fossil and living species are included. The print version is available in eight separate taxonomic sections or as a combined set. Over journals and book series are scanned for the index. At the time of viewing, records from Volume 1, number 5 were available on the Web. Publication of New Entomological Taxa has been discontinued. This set provides a directory of scientific names applied to the insects of North America, including synonyms, homonyms, unavailable names, and misspellings.
It is intended as a preliminary checklist. The CD-ROM consists of a database divided into three groups of tables: family names, generic names, and species names.
The associated Web site provides a classification of the North American insects covered in the print volumes that serves as a table of contents to the individual checklists. North American Stonefly List February 16, version. Stark, Bill P. The list contains species of stoneflies found in North America. It is in systematic order and includes the state and provinces where each species is found. The Odonata of North America.
Dragonfly Society of the Americas. This list is both a current North American checklist and a list of standard common names.
The common names were originally established in and revised over the years by the members of the Common Names Committee of the society. Spiders of North America North of Mexico.
Names are listed in alphabetic order within each family. The entries include synonymy and the states where the species are known to occur. November Version. Garrison, Rosser W. Trichoptera World Checklist. Includes taxonomic hierarchy and searchable database of the names of living and fossil Trichoptera. World Checklist of Extant Mecoptera Species. Penny, Norman D. California Academy of Sciences, Provides an updated list of the world species of Mecoptera with references.
Most species are listed with author and date of description and distribution. There are also a few photographs. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute, The taxonomy of the isopods is in a state of confusion, so this list is intended as a rough guide to the correct nomenclature.
An extensive bibliography is also provided. As of the date of accession, 10, names were included in the list. Torre-Bueno, J. The terms covered include systematic, descriptive, and general terms. The editors have also included an extensive list of references. This site contains over 2, links arranged by order or subject.
The links include sites from around the world in several different languages and are appropriate for both amateurs and arachnologists. Colorado State University Entomology. Bishop, Jason and Lou Bjostad. According to the Web site, this was the first entomology site in the world, in existence since February The site provides an extensive list of sources in a number of categories, such as jobs, universities, publications, favorite readings, images, and movies. Electronic Resources on Lepidoptera: Butterflies and Moths.
Majka, Christopher. This directory provides an extensive series of links dealing with Lepidoptera. The links are arranged alphabetically, by subject, and by geographical region and include both popular and research-oriented sites. The Entomology Index of Internet Resources. Van Dyke, John and L.
This excellent directory is arranged by subjects such as beekeeping, insect sounds, and pesticides and resource types such as bibliographies and newsgroups. This resource is no longer available online. Insect and Spider Collections of the World. Samuelson, Al and Neal Evenhuis. Arnett, G.