AntWeb is the world's largest online database of images, specimen records, and natural history information on ants. It is community driven and open to contribution from anyone with specimen records, natural history comments, or images.
Our mission is to publish for the scientific community high quality images of all the world's ant species. AntWeb provides tools for submitting images, specimen records, annotating species pages, and managing regional species lists.
UK's Natural History Museum brings together an enormous body of information on what the world's butterfly and moth (Lepidoptera) caterpillars eat. The web-based version presented here offers a synoptic data set drawn from about 180,000 records comprising taxonomically 'cleaned' hostplant data for about 22,000 Lepidoptera species drawn from about 1600 published and manuscript sources.
Sponsored by the USGS, this database is a "work in progress," consisting of information on the known distribution of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) in the United States. Distribution maps and county checklists were created by extracting information on Odonata distribution from publications listed in references.
This comprehensive guide attempt to organize the thousands of informational resources available to entomologists. The original compilation was done in the early 1990's by L.B. Bjostad of Colorado State University and John VanDyk of Iowa State University.
This website publishes survey maps for pests of agricultural and forest commodities and provides links to pest news and information. The National Agricultural Pest Information System (NAPIS) stores and manages pest survey data that is collected by CAPS and other PPQ survey programs. Detection surveys are one tool used to manage the introduction of exotic pests.
To produce basic and applied information about plant-and fungal-related topics. This aim is carried out through science and research in systematics, biological interactions, economic botany, conservation and horticulture.
A searchable database of vascular plant, bryophyte and lichen type specimens label data; high resolution digital images of all vascular plant holotypes, isotypes, lectotypes, neotypes and syntypes; and literature citations relevant to the included specimens.
The largest state entomological society in the USA. Membership in the society includes scientists from state and federal agencies as well as industry, commercial pest control operators, consultants, teachers, students and hobbyists from Florida and other regions of the USA and many foreign countries.
A nonprofit entity comprised of members who have an interest in the study of plant-parasitic, free-living and insect-parasitic nematodes. ONTA now has over 400 members worldwide. Membership is open to all individuals and companies that share an interest in subtropical and tropical Nematology.