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         Insects:     more books (100)
  1. Guide to Night-Singing Insects of the Northeast by John Himmelman, Michael DiGiorgio, 2009-03-30
  2. Insect Soup: Bug Poems (Rainbow Morning Music Picture Books) by Barry Louis Polisar, 1999-03-01
  3. Rodale's Garden Insect, Disease, and Weed Identification Guide by Ann Carr, Miranda Smith, 1988-07
  4. How to Photograph Insects and Spiders (How to Photograph Series) by Larry West, Julie Ridl, 1994-09
  5. Insects of Australia, Volume 2: A Textbook for Students and Research Workers by CSIRO, 1991-10-01
  6. The Insect by Jules Michelet, 2010-01-10
  7. What Is An Insect? (Emergent Readers) by Susan Canizares, Mary Carpenter Reid, 1998-09-01
  8. Amazing Insects (Eyewitness Junior) by Laurence Mound, 1993-05-11
  9. Scorpions and Venomous Insects of the Southwest by Erik D. Stoops, Jeffrey L. Martin, 1995-09
  10. Insights From Insects: What Bad Bugs Can Teach Us by Gilbert Waldbauer, 2005-03-11
  11. A Step-By-Step Book About Stick Insects by David Alderton, 1992-05
  12. Insect Bodies (The World of Insects) by Molly Aloian, Bobbie Kalman, 2005-04
  13. Guide to Insects by Herbert S. Zim, Clarence Cottam, 1977-12
  14. How to Know the Immature Insects by H. F. Chu, 1949

101. TurfFiles
North Carolina State University fact sheets on turf variety selection, diseases, insects, weeds, soils, and water. Covers lawns, golf courses, and athletic fields.

102. Thailand's Amazing Insects Photographed In The Forests Around Chiang Mai
insect photographs and songs; articles on insects in Thailand, edible insects, Thai attitudes to insects, insects in Thai proverbs and postage stamps, insect
click to enter photographed in the forests around Chiang Mai

103. Home Grounds And Gardens
Information on plants, insects and diseases.
Cooperative Extension - Allegany/Cattaraugus
Dig in! Things to do in May Fact Sheets: Forest Fruits Houseplants ... Wildlife Hot Links Master gardener Training fall 2004 Resources for commercial horticulture NY guide to farm fresh products Environmental issues EPA guidelines on backyard burning Sources of compost Using Pesticides Cornell's Pest Management Guidelines Currently registered pesticide products Re certification course calendar Toxicology network ... National Pesticide Information Center Youth Gardening Resources Junior Master Gardener Program Kids gardening Class room hydroponics Horticulture sites Cornell Gardening Resources Explore home gardening MSU Ornamental plants plus UMD diagnostic key Biological Pest Control



Bio controls

Weeds Photo gallery of major weeds Weeds and your lawn Grass Weeds Identification Weed identification from University of Missouri
  • Leave bulb foliage until it yellows and wilts. The foliage needs light to produce energy that is stored in the bulb for next years blooms.

104. Facts On Stinging Insects
Facts on stinging insects The majority of insect stings in the US come from yellow jackets, hornets, wasps, bees, and fire ants.

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Facts on stinging insects
  • The majority of insect stings in the U.S. come from yellow jackets, hornets, wasps, bees, and fire ants. These insects occur throughout the U.S. except for fire ants which are found only in the Southeastern states.
  • Over 2 million Americans are allergic to stinging insects.
  • More than 500,000 people enter hospital emergency rooms every year suffering from insect stings and 40-150 people die as a result of an allergic reaction to these stings.
  • An allergic reaction to an insect sting can occur immediately, within minutes, or even hours after the sting (although never more than 24 hrs.). Such a reaction is characterized by hives, itchiness, and swelling in areas other than the sting site, difficulty in breathing, dizziness or a sharp drop in blood pressure, nausea, cramps or diarrhea, unconsciousness and cardiac arrest.
  • Patients who have experienced a systemic allergic reaction to an insect sting have a 60% chance of a similar (or worse) reaction if stung again.
  • An allergic reaction in progress can be stopped with epinephrine, either self-injected or administered by a doctor. People who carry these sting kits must keep them close at hand wherever they go and remember that one dose is not always enough to stop a reaction. If you are stung, seek medical attention immediately.
  • 105. Daneydachshunds
    Featuring the variety of pets owned by Daisy Capell from Rugby, England. Includes pages on Great Dane, short and long haired Dachshunds, snake, toad and stick insects.

    Great database for insects from territory of former USSR, including, type locality, synonyms, range, distribution and variation, taxonomic notes, habitat and
    trade, buy, sell
    Please, add your
    insects sites here
    BioScience Links rate

    Please rate this site between one and ten, with ten being tops. "Russian insects" Project start:
    16 December 1999
    General information, images, scientific researches, prices, distribution and variation, taxonomic notes, habitat and biology
    Enter your email to receive future updates on price list. E-Mail:
    This Site is constantly updated!
    Last update 23 May 2004
    This Butterfly Ring site is owned by Ilya Osipov Want to join the Butterfly Ring Skip Prev Prev Next ... List Sites

    107. Insects And More
    Image galleries of butterflies, odonates, other insects, and other arthropods from Texas.
    Insect Image Gallery Nothing But Butterflies Dragonfly Museum Damselflies of Texas ... Center Home The major thrust of our web site has been to provide information about and images of dragonflies and damselflies of Texas. However, when we are in the field, opportunities to photograph or collect specimens for scanning often appear. Butterflies, moths, spiders, beetles, wasps, and other invertebrates can all make interesting subjects. We decided to add a web site called "Insects and More" to share some of the other interesting images we have collected while pursuing Odonata. And although everyone knows that butterflies are beautiful, many of the other invertebrates sport brilliant colors and intricate patterning. Enjoy the images - we will add more as opportunity allows.
    Last updated August 29, 2002

    108. Insects
    Bulletin Board Ideas; Cooking Ideas; Fine Motor/Art; Gross Motor; Language Development; Literature; Music; PreAcademic; Sample Lesson Plans;

    109. Nematodes As Biological Control Agents Of Insects
    Nematodes as Biological Control Agents of insects. Mermithidae for control of mosquitos. Entomopathogenic Nematodes for the Biological Control of insects.
    Nematodes as Biological Control Agents of Insects Nematodes are one of the most abundant groups of living animals, and although morphologically they are very simple, they have exploited a wide range of diverse habitats including invertebrates. Nematodes are usually considered pests because of the diseases they cause in humans and animals and the economic impact they have on many agricultural products . There are, however, a small but significant number of beneficial entomogenous nematodes, i.e., nematodes associated (often parasitically) with insects. In addition to insects, nematodes can parasitize spiders, leeches, annelids, crustaceans and mollusks. Some of these entomopathogenic (insect-parasitic) nematodes are of considerable interest because of their potential as biological control agents of pest insects. If the nematode attacks an insect pest ; kills or hampers the development of the insect host; and is capable of mass production it can be used as an effective biological control agent.
    Nine families of nematodes (Allantone-matidae, Diplogasteridae

    110. Veterinary Entomology
    An extensive site giving detailed accounts of the biology and control of insects that are important from both veterinary and medical perspectives.
    Home Links Glossary Factfiles ... search Veterinary Entomology INSECTS OF VETERINARY IMPORTANCE
    This site is written and maintained mainly because I find the world of insects fascinating. Although at the moment the site is primarily on veterinary insects there is to some extent an amount of overlap with medical entomology and so some aspects will arise in certain pages. Well that's enough of my waffle click on a button below to go exploring.

    For those of you without a java enabled browser click on a link for more information. [ Diptera Fleas Mallophaga Anoplura ... Hemiptera
    For information on the thirty insects orders follow the Groups link below, to find something on this site click the search hyperlink.
    View It!
    Sign It! ... View 1997 Guest Book
    You are the th person to visit.
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    [Site index] Please email any comments or information to me: Rob Hutchinson
    This site is written and maintained by:
    Robert Hutchinson
    B.Sc. (Hons)
    Last Updated:

    111. Unusual Thai Food
    Just in we now have another supplier to add the range of insects available, insects Inter of Bangkok. Canned in the North East of Thailand. Mixed insects
    Curry Paste Tom Yum Seasoning / Insect can Would you dare to try
    some of rural Thailand's
    traditional snacks ? A s in much of Asia, Thai rural communities know that certain animals are not only tasty, but a good source of protein, minerals and vitamins. Using the latest canning and pasteurization techniques SARTC, the Sakon Nakhon Agricultural Research and Training Centre, has made it possible to ship them worldwide. Just in - we now have another supplier to add the range of insects available, Insects Inter of Bangkok. F our of the products are made as crunchy snacks, that go so well with a cold beer , while the ant eggs would be perfect served on hot toast. Please Note: Only postal delivery on these as the courier companies do like shipping food products.
    Canned in the
    North East of Thailand
    Mixed Insects Each can has an assortment of insects including mole crickets, crickets and water beetles. Cooked, salted and ready to eat.
    Can holds 50 g. of insects.
    See nutrition values below.

    112. Bee Mites: Systematics And Ecology Of North American Bee-associated Mites
    Information on a project to study mites which affect (or may affect) bee populations. Guides to ecology, hostassociation, and distribution these mites in North America.
    if(NC4)a='left=310 top=180 width=390 style="'+st+'"';if(W3)a='style="position:absolute;left:310;top:180;width:390;'+st+'"'; document.write(h0+a+'>') Welcome to the website for the North American Bee Mite project!
    We are studying the diversity of mites associated with all kinds of bees in the United States and Canada. You may be familiar with the Varroa mite ( Varroa destructor ) and the Honey Bee Tracheal Mite ( Acarapis woodi ), that are parasites of honey bees. Our mission is to document all the *other* species of mites associated with native and introduced North American bees. There are hundreds of species still unknown to science, and as beekeepers start to use other bee species for pollination, we want to be ready with information about the mites associated with those bees. There may be other parasites out there, but some bee mites are beneficial to the bees as well, and we will be developing identification tools to sort them out.
    The project is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture, the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
    The Primary Investigator is Dr. Barry OConnor

    113. Gander Academy's Creepy Crawlies Theme Page
    Gander Academy s Creepy Crawlie Resources on the World Wide Web. Main Menu, Theme Pages on Creepy Crawlies.
    Gander Academy's Creepy Crawlie Resources
    on the World Wide Web

    Main Menu Theme Pages on Creepy Crawlies
    List of



    Jim Cornish,
    Grade Five Teacher,
    Gander Academy, Gander, Newfoundland, Canada.
    This page was last updated on March 26, 1999 You have made the visit to our Theme Pages!

    114. God Of Insects
    insects and other arthropods alive, dead and in pictures.
    Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly
    Papilio glaucus

    Range: Alaska to Central and Eastern North America.
    The Eastern Tiger Swallowtail is one of the most spectacular of North America s ...
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    God of Insects is dedicated to making insects and other arthropods available to you. Whether you want your bugs live or dead, as single specimens or entire collections, for an advertisement or artwork, you have come to the right place. If you are interested in obtaining specimens, we do advise you (before you get lost in our database of specimens ) to please go first to our Services section which explains everything you need to know about access and availability. If you can't find something on the site, it doesn't mean we don't have it! Please inquire via email . Enjoy your visit!
    Contact us:
    From The Washington Post
    The Fleeting Lessons of a Bug's Life
    From The Baltimore Sun
    Bug Bites - Tasty Cicada Meals!

    site design by

    115. DLTK's Insects And Bugs Section
    DLTK s Crafts for Kids Insect and Bug Activities. Article About insects. Insect Crafts. Bumblebees Butterflies and Caterpillars Ladybugs Other insects.
    DLTK's Crafts for Kids
    Insect and Bug Activities
    Article: About Insects
    Article which includes simple songs for kids and a printable word search
    Birthday Ideas - Ladybugs
    Insect Coloring Pages
    Insect Crafts
    [Bumblebees] [Butterflies and Caterpillars] [Ladybugs] [Other Insects] ...
    Insect Themed Recipes
    Insect Songs
    The Ants Came Marching
    Butterfly Song
    (Bible Song)
    Bumblebee Song

    Itsy Bitsy Spider

    Ladybug, Ladybug Fly Away Home
    Links to Other Insect Sites and Activities

    116. Welcome To The Wonderful World Of Insects
    A kidfriendly site with an abundance of information about insects and related organisms.
    Kevin Ahern in ,'Web Spinning' Voted
    The Wonderful World of Insects
    one of the Top 25
    Biology Science sites for all of 1997

    Thankyou for visiting this site.

    117. INSECTS Home Page

    118. Phasmids : Stick Insects
    Information such as feeding, housing, and breeding of stick and leaf insects (Phasmatodea). Includes photos and links.
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    Housing Guidelines

    Other Housing Options

    Breeding Housing Options

    Heating and Lighting
    Floor Linings (substrate)

    Moulting and Diseases

    Feeding Regimen

    Cleaning and ova separation
    Providing Food BREEDING STICK INSECTS Sexing and Mating Egg Laying and preparation Rearing Nymphs Species in Culture ... Related Websites Examples of Ad Banner design Please email me if you are interested. s="na";c="na";j="na";f=""+escape(document.referrer) Welcome to my stick insect website. This page was set up in mid July, 2000 to encourage more interest into the study of phasmatodea (stick insects). Stick insects make fascinating pets for people of all ages. They are easily housed, and will breed quite readily in the home. Unfortunately, out of the 2500 or so species, fewer than 100 have been bred in captivity, and less than 20 are readily available at present. I intentionally commissioned this site, as a personal homepage, but I have received so much positive feedback, that I have tried to build it into a far more ambitious "pet project" of mine, that (i'm sure) will one day contain all that there is to know about this most fascinating species of insect. The picture gallery showcases hundreds of insects with descriptions, so please begin your tour of the site by taking the time to familiarise yourself with the appearance of each insect, along with its scientific name.

    119. Insects And Entomology Pictures By Wernher Krutein And PHOTOVAULT, Photography,
    PHOTOVALET (tm) Enter search term, Images of ENTOMOLOGY insects and ARACHNIDS by Wernher Krutein. . . . . Back to Category listings insects.
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    Images of ENTOMOLOGY: INSECTS and ARACHNIDS by Wernher Krutein
    T his page contains links to our existing photo pages on ENTOMOLOGY: INSECTS and ARACHNIDS, the terrestrial species from the Phylum Arthropoda . These photographs are available for licensing in any media. For Pricing, General Guidelines, and Delivery information click here . You may contact us thru email or by phone for more information on the use of these images, and any others in our files not shown here. You may also use our search engine PHOTOVALET (tm) to find other images not found on this page.
    Insects are in the phylum of Arthropods and comprise of over 1 million species. That is more than all other species of animal life combined. In fact insects make up close to 85% of all known animal species. Most insects have wings at some point in their lives, though not all. All insects have six legs and three unique body sections. The three sections are the Head, the Thorax, and the Abdomen. They have a tough outer section called an exoskeleton. Insects breath through tiny holes called spiracles along the sides of their bodies. All insects lay eggs, and most go through four stages of metamorphosis. Grasshoppers Cockroaches Earwigs and Aphids will go through only three stages of growth. They live in virtually all kinds of habitats including rainforests, deserts, hot thermal pools, frozen tundra lands, and remarkably, even in pools of gasoline.

    120. Agrichemical And Environmental News
    A monthly newsletter of pest management, and environmental issues from Washington State University. Includes IPM, biocontrol, organic, and chemical management of weeds, diseases, insects, and other crop pests.
    Washington State University Tri-Cities   Home

    Click here for notification of new AENews issues or to unsubscribe from mailing list
    A monthly report on environmental and pesticide related issues
    Information from this site may be used and distributed as you wish, but do not sell this information without written permission from Washington State University. Permission may be obtained by contacting Catherine Daniels, EDITORIAL POLICY, GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION. Search Agrichemical and Environmental News
    To WSPRS (Washington State Pest Management Resource Service) Page
    November 2003 Issue # 211 October 2003 Issue # 210

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