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Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, August 8-10, 2008

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Texas "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN) - TPWD, 2012
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Texas "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN) per Texas Parks & Wildlife's (TPW) Texas Conservation Action Plan (TCAP) 2012

Texas Invertebrate SGCN List - 2012

Note, unless they are federally listed, these species have no legal protection.

Gilligan, T. M., J. Baixeras, J. W. Brown & K. R. Tuck. 2014. T@RTS: Online, World Catalogue of the Tortricidae.
Tortricid.net

From the Introduction (2015): "This is a complete list of all world species, utilizing the World Catalogue published in 2005 as the foundation for the database. Version 3.0 of the online catalogue contains 15,099 records representing 10,883 species. More than 1,600 records have been updated from Ver 2.0 (Jul, 2012), and more than 3,000 records have been updated from the original catalogue. The database is completely searchable and contains photos of over 1,200 type specimens."

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USDA PLANTS Database
[cite:1124720 ]

The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.

It includes names, plant symbols, checklists, distributional data, species abstracts, characteristics, images, crop information, automated tools, onward Web links, and references.

This information primarily promotes land conservation in the United States and its territories, but academic, educational, and general use is encouraged.

PLANTS is a collaborative effort of the USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team (NPDT), the USDA NRCS Information Technology Center (ITC), The USDA National Information Technology Center (NITC), and many other partners.

EcoSpark
[cite:1110273]

profiles of major taxa of benthic invertebrates are well-written and informative

Texas A&M University Insect Collection (TAMUIC)
[cite:1071401

The TAMUIC has become a major research collection with nearly 2.8 million curated specimens and holdings of more than 45,000 species. Approximately 10,000 specimens are loaned annually to systematics and biodiversity researchers around the world.

Texas A&M University Insect Collection

Karen Wright, Assistant Curator, Texas A&M University Insect Collection - Contact

detailed description of the TAMUIC - ca. 2000

Ant Learning Center | Facts | Control | Common Species
Learn all about ants, including the many different species of ants you may find in your home and the way they operate as a colony, as well as your options to fight them.

University of Texas Insect Collection (UTIC)
[cite:1045401 ]

The University of Texas at Austin's insect collection has, and/or continues to be, variously referred to as:

Brackenridge Field Laboratory (BFL) Insect Collection
Entomology Collection at BFL
Texas Natural History Collections (TNHC)
University of Texas Biodiversity Collections (UTBC)
University of Texas Entomology Collection (UTEC)
University of Texas Insect Collection (UTIC) - this is the most commonly used name.

When I hear that the collection has an official name, I'll update this page. I will include a link to this page for everything I shoot from UT's collection starting in March 2015.

BioLib.cz
[cite:1031207]

a very robust resource; i increasingly use it for global stats (species counts, &c.) and recommend as a place to refer to those users who post photos taken in Europe and otherwise outside of BG jurisdiction

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