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Species Mantoida maya - Little Yucatan Mantid

 
 
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E. H. Strickland Museum
University of Alberta, Department of Biological Sciences
Search over 330,000 individual specimens held in the Museum's online database here

Center for Invasive Species & Ecosystem Health
University of Georgia
Descriptions and images of invasive and exotic insects

Browse list here

Insect Migration.
By Williams, C.B.
Collins, London. xiii + 237 pp., 1958
Williams, C.B. 1958. Insect migration. Collins, London. xiii + 237 pp.

IMp: The customizable LEGO® Pinned Insect Manipulator
By Dupont S., Price B., and Blagoderov V.
ZooKeys, 2015
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Thought this might be useful for those trying to photograph their collections and it's fairly ingenious. The authors are based at the Natural History Museum London

Abstract
We present a pinned insect manipulator (IMp) constructed of LEGO® building bricks with two axes of movement and two axes of rotation. In addition we present three variants of the IMp to emphasise the modular design, which facilitates resizing to meet the full range of pinned insect specimens, is fully customizable, collapsible, affordable and does not require specialist tools or knowledge to assemble.

A guide to the Megaloptera and aquatic Neuroptera of Florida
By Rasmussen A.K., Pescador M.L.
Florida Dept of Environmental Protection, Div. Water Resource Management. Tallahassee. iii+45 pp., 2002

New Canadian and Ontario orthopteroid records, and an updated checklist of the Orthoptera of Ontario
By Paiero S.M., Marshall S.A.
J. ent. Soc. Ont. 145: 61–76, 2014
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why don't we have a Polyneoptera of Orthopteroidea page, why?!?!?

the paper mentions "two species originally recorded from Ontario on bugguide.net"

Encyclopedia of insects, 2nd edition
By Resh V.H., Cardé R.T. (Eds)
Academic Press. 1024 pp., 2009

Entomophagous Insects.
By Clausen, C.P.
Hafner Publishing, New York. x + 688 pp., 1972
Hymenoptera. Diptera. Lepidoptera. Strepsiptera. Coleoptera. Hemiptera. Thysanoptera. Trichoptera. Mecoptera. Plecoptera. Neuroptera. Odonata. Corrodentia. Orthoptera. Dermaptera. Thysanura.

Clausen, C.P. 1972. Entomophagous Insects. Hafner Publishing, New York. x + 688 pp. (Reprint)

Clausen, C.P. 1940. Entomophagous Insects. McGraw-Hill, New York. x + 688 pp. (Original)

 
 
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