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Ames, Iowa, July 29-31, 2011

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Texas Natural History Collections (TNHC)
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Texas Natural History Collections (TNHC)
The University of Texas, Austin
Department of Integrative Biology
College of Natural Sciences

The arthropod portion of the University of Texas' insect collection (as I understand it) is administratively under the umbrella of the TNHC but is not yet *officially* part of the TNHC. I will update the wording here when I hear that the collection's status has changed. I will include a link to this page for everything I shoot from UT's collection starting in March 2015.

The UT insect collection is primarily housed in the Lake Austin Centre Building, 3001 Lake Austin Blvd., Austin, TX 7870.

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

GeoSpecies Knowledge Base

British Myriapod & Isopod Group

Biological Control News
formerly Midwest Biological Control News (MBCN); discontinued in 2004
Index of factsheets

University of Kentucky Department of Entomology (2004-2010) Kentucky critter files

Norton et al. (2003-) Wildscreen Arkive

Boston Harbor Islands: All taxa biodiversity inventory

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