Identification, Images, & Information
For Insects, Spiders & Their Kin
For the United States & Canada

Superfamily Hygrobatoidea


Utah State University Cooperative Extension Publications
[cite:737183]
Jump to insect fact sheets

University of Minnesota Extension

PaDIL – High quality images and information tools designed for Biosecurity and Biodiversity
[cite:728374]
one of the many excellent Australian web resources -- worth exploring

Bennett S.M. () The PiedPiper
[cite:722612]
helpful, detailed profiles of household pests

Invasive Species Compendium (ISC)
[cite:711597]
"Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide"
Datasheets

Brackenridge Field Laboratory, UT, Austin - Species Lists
[cite:700125 ]

The University of Texas at Austin Brackenridge Field Laboratory (BFL) is a unique urban research station located on 82 acres of land that borders the Colorado River along Lake Austin Boulevard. From the early days of the University of Texas, biologists have used this tract of land for research, teaching, and specimen collection, and since the establishment of the Field Laboratory in 1967, BFL has continued to evolve as a center for biodiversity research in Texas. In addition to these wild spaces, modern facilities exist that provide onsite workspaces and resources.

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Fauna Project, Austin, TX
[cite:700083

The Fauna Project, initiated in March, 2010, collects information on the Arthropods and other animals of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center located in Austin, TX.

The main activity of the Fauna Project is the weekly survey to note observations about the animals found in the Gardens and surrounding trails. These basically consist of a group of people trying to see as much as possible. Our main focus is on the numerous insects, spiders and other invertebrates, but we will occasionally encounter larger animals such as reptiles, birds, and mammals.

Invasive species database - Invasive invertebrates
[cite:649141]
Resource provided by the Institute for the Study of Invasive Species. Not exactly a database -- more like a collection of fact sheets, not always up-do-date and accurate, so use with caution (i wonder who coined the phrase 'Native Origin'...)