Identification, Images, & Information
For Insects, Spiders & Their Kin
For the United States & Canada
Fantastic site with photos and lots of information about many species. Allows you to search by common name, scientific name, even latitude and longitude.
http://www.entomology.ualberta.ca/index.html

Linking
The University of Alberta, E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum website has changed quit a bit over the years.
The current link for searching that website might be here: https://search.museums.ualberta.ca/ -- More info is here: https://www.ualberta.ca/museums/museum-collections/eh-strickland-entomological-museum.html

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At which
of their "over 200 locations" is it kept? Until seeing their Web site that you linked to I assumed they were a 100% cyber-university diploma mill as I get spam from them frequently. In fact, scrolling through their degree offerings, the closest thing I saw to any sort of biology was in health/medical sciences. I wonder if maybe you had another university in mind. If you can find a link pertaining to an insect collection they might have, please post it here.

 
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If you can find a link pertaining to an insect collection they might have, please post it here.

 
University of Alberta collection
http://www.entomology.ualberta.ca/searching.php

It is a completely legit university and collection. I am a bit confused by the other comments! Mind you, they were nearly 10 years ago!

Happy searching,
Leah

 
I think we're outta luck, Michael.
I suspect this was a spurious comment. Notice johannabartley says "bug collection." Someone truly impressed with the greatness of a collection wouldn't likely call it a *bug* collection.

Great find!
They're great on ground beetles, thrips and moths. They will hopefully fill in some of the skimpier groups soon.