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Family Bombyliidae - Bee Flies

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Anatomical Atlas of Flies
This is on the fly (diptera) info page already, but I feel it deserves a link posting as well. I'll also add it to the links in the glossary info page. This is a very spiffy clickable anatomic atlas done in Macromedia Flash. (Link updated 5/23/11 as per comments below.)

Herschel Raney's Diptera Keys
Includes links to keys for several families of flies. (This link is also listed under the Internet references in the order diptera, but it seemed worth repeating here.)

Cirrus Digital Imaging--Flies
Site with photos and some identifications.

USDA Diptera Site (now closed)
As of May, 2011, the USDA Diptera site has been closed. (A link back to BugGuide is provided so that this note can remain posted.)

Tropicos
[cite:1286620 ]

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All of the nomenclatural, bibliographic, and specimen data accumulated in Missouri Botanical Garden's (MBG) electronic databases during the past 30 years are publicly available here. This system has nearly 1.3 million scientific names and over 4.4 million specimen records.

Great resource for plant distribution beyond US & Canada.

C.A. Triplehorn Insect Collection (OSUC)
[cite:1185947

The collection holds more than 3.5 million insect specimens and is one of the largest university insect collections in the world. All groups of insects are represented in the collection, and we are recognized for our holdings of leafhoppers (Cicadellidae), beetles (Coleoptera), and true flies (Diptera).

The Triplehorn Insect Collection is housed within the Museum of Biological Diversity, located on the West Campus of the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

On 29 April, 2005, the Ohio State Insect Collection was renamed in honor of Dr. Charles A. Triplehorn, Professor of Entomology and Curator at OSU between 1962 and 1992.

Factsheets on agriculturally important insects
[cite:1113339]

India, National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources

Brown W.S. (2004-2013) The aquatic insects of Gunnison County, Colorado
[cite:1026838]

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