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CERA Insect Workshop, June 18-19, 2010

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Sorensen K.A., Baker J.R., eds. Insect and related pests of vegetables: Some important, common and potential pests in se. US
[cite:848456]

Coleoptera-Atlas.com
this site has over 5000 species which have all been classified, plus 1500 macrophotos which are constantly upgraded and will give you a new facility for identifying and classifying beetles.

Southwest Collections of Arthropods Network (SCAN)
[cite:773419]
very much worth searching: many records expand ranges found in literature

Trees, insects and diseases of Canada's forests: Insects
[cite:772887]

Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives: Insect fact sheets
[cite:772776]
pretty useful materials

Insectipedia -- Organic Garden Encyclopedia
[cite:772736]
use with caution: taxonomy and distribution data on many species pages inaccurate or out-of-date; possible unauthorized use of copyrighted material, too

USGS Inventory of Arthropod species recorded to date from Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado/Utah
Revised February 1995, based primarily on specimens at UCM, CSU, and DINO

cite:770718

Louisiana State Arthropod Museum: Atlas
[cite:769951

Atlas of arthropod state records in the Louisiana State Arthropod Museum (LSAM)

Taxa are arranged alphabetically by family.

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