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Ant Learning Center | Facts | Control | Common Species
Learn all about ants, including the many different species of ants you may find in your home and the way they operate as a colony, as well as your options to fight them.

University of Texas Insect Collection (UTIC)
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The University of Texas Insect Collection (UTIC) is one part of the University of Texas Biodiversity Collections (UTBC)

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Entomology
The Entomology Collection is the second largest in Texas, housing 500,000 pinned specimens and 1.5 million ethanol-preserved specimens.
It's strengths are in Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths), Hymenoptera (wasps, bees, and ants), and cave invertebrates.

BioLib.cz
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a robust resource for taxonomy and global stats (species counts, &c.)

GeoSpecies Knowledge Base
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British Myriapod & Isopod Group
[cite:1024442]

Biological Control News
formerly Midwest Biological Control News (MBCN); discontinued in 2004
Index of factsheets
[cite:1023035]

University of Kentucky Department of Entomology (2004-2010) Kentucky critter files
[cite:982116]

Norton et al. (2003-) Wildscreen Arkive

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