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Species Horisme intestinata - Brown Bark Carpet - Hodges#7445

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Funk W. (2007-2013) Insekten-Box
[cite:744566]
profiles of >2000 spp. from Europe
Jump to: Odonata | Orthoptera | Auchenorhyncha | Heteroptera adultsnymphs | Diptera |

Clemson University Insect Fact Sheets
[cite:741939]

Pilon et al. 1988-2013. Entomofaune du Québec
[cite:732061]
great resource, period -- put together and maintained by our own Claude Pilon
focuses primarily on Hemiptera (sans Heteroptera --yet), but also covers Odonata, ants, and necrophagous insects (coming soon)

Frank J.H., Thomas M.C. (2013) Invasive insects (adventive pest insects) in Florida
[cite:622586]

North Carolina taxonomic guides -- NC Division of Water Quality
[cite:619296]
a collection of resources providing detailed information on major taxa of NC aquatic insects (EPT, beetles, chironomids). Some of these guides are posted as separate ref entries(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)

Legner E.F. Principal groups of insects with emphasis on parasitoids & predators
[cite:617432]
"For teaching purposes only; do not review, quote or abstract"
All in all, good and apparently up-to-date info under the 'Habits' or 'General Characteristics' or 'Overview' links; especially valuable are the profiles (with ref. lists) of minor/obscure/exotic groups on which very little info is available online otherwise (i bumped into the site looking for info on Monomachidae).
The interface is a bit awkward, the links other than those indicated above are mostly dead (incl. 'Home'), and some underlined/bracketed subtitles that look like links are confusing; also, it took me quite some time to figure out the author, [url=http://facultydirectory.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/pub/public_individual.pl?faculty=4034]Prof.

List of exotic species of concern: Introduced, established and threatening Washington State
[cite:610868]
not quite current but still a useful reference in some respects

Insect fauna of tallgrass prairies, by G.M. Fauske
[cite:610704]
among other things, helpful photos of selected Orthoptera, Coleoptera, and Lepidoptera

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