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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

Aliens Among Us: British Columbia's Most Recent Arrivals
Royal BC Museum website featuring the non-native/alien species in the province; includes fact sheets of selected species and a current list of all alien species found in the province, including insects.

Colorado insect of interest fact sheets, by W. Cranshaw
[cite:594592]

Insect visitors of Illinois wildflowers
[cite:593991]
Jump to: Bees | Wasps/Ants/Sawflies | Diptera | Lepidoptera | Coleoptera | Hemiptera & misc. orders | Common names:

Virginia Tech's Entomology Department Insect Identification Lab
[cite:592975]
useful site, with concise, sound general info on major insect groups and a number of pest fact sheets

Entomological Society of Canada - Common Names Database
The Common Names Committee of the Entomological Society of Canada maintains and periodically updates a list of common names of insects. The list is available online as a searchable database, and is also downloadable as an Excel file. In addition, there is an online form for the submission of a proposal for a new common name. The site includes recommendations for how to come up with a new common name.

Watson L., Dallwitz M.J. (2003-) British Insects
regularly updated, sound, succinct general info on each family represented in the UK, mostly applicable to nearctic fauna
[cite:589929]

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