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  • Yuckiest Site on the Internet
    Explore the living sciences of entomology, earth science, and human biology through roaches, earthworms, and the mysterious human body.
  • Forestry Images
    Offers images of insects, diseases, plants, wildlife, and silviculture management practices.
  • bugbios: shameless promotion of insect appreciation
    Aims to help us really see insects for the miniature marvels that they are and to understand how intertwined our cultures have become with these alien creatures. Includes photographs and profiles of specific insects from 14 Orders.
  • Bugscope
    Educational outreach program, that offers participating K-12 classrooms the opportunity to control an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope to image insects at high magnification. Includes a gallery of 3D and colorized images that provide a very up-close look at bugs.
  • Insecta Inspecta World
    The world is covered in bugs, so shouldn't you know a little bit about them? Find out what you need to know at this site created by seventh grade students at the Thornton Jr. High School Honors Academy in Fremont, California.
  • 3-D Insects
    VRML insects from the Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech.
  • Enchanted Learning: Insect Printouts
    Educational coloring pages designed to teach children about ant, bee, beetle, butterfly, and dragonfly anatomy.
  • Bugs! in 2D & 3D
    A live-action nature drama, Bugs!, is filmed in immersive 3D and explores the dramatic and savage lives of an Old World praying mantis and a beautiful butterfly.
  • Class: Insecta
    Site devoted to insects with photographs and information culled from the Spencer Entomology Museum, University of British Columbia.
  • Department of Entomology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution (2)
    Find sites for the Department of Entomology at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution featuring department information, entomology database library, insect databases and collections profiles, news, and resources.
  • Entomology for Beginners
    Basic information on insect anatomy (body parts) and metamorphosis. Links to entomological sites.
  • Using Live Insects in Elementary Classrooms for Early Lessons in Life
    Printable collection of twenty integrated lessons with science and math activities that use live insects. Designed for kindergarten to 3rd grade classrooms.
  • Bites and Stings of Medically Important Venomous Arthropods
    Spider, scorpion, bee, wasp, and ant species worldwide that cause morbidity and mortality. Includes special reference to the dermatologic expression of the injury.
  • Wild Light
    View the close-up images of insects from photographer Rick Lieder. See the world from the perspective of ants, katydids, flies, spiders, and other tiny arthropods.
  • Insectarium de Montr?al
    For visitors intrigued by these misunderstood creatures, which are so often wrongly feared and despised.
  • Ugly Bug Contest
    Oklahoma elementary schools submit bugs to be imaged by scanning electron microscopy. An educational outreach program of the Oklahoma Microscopy Society.
  • eNature: Insects and Spiders
    Nature and wildlife field guide for a variety of insects and arachnids: water bugs, beetles, grasshoppers, ants, dragonflies, bees, ticks, spiders, and more.
  • Wonderful World of Insects, The
    Offers information on insects, the most successful life forms on the planet. Find out about bug anatomy, classification and taxonomy, and evolution.
  • Most Wanted Bugs
    Dennis Kunkel's electron microscopic image gallery of bad bugs - insects that make trouble for humans. With mug shots and descriptive rap sheets.
  • MicroAngela's Electron Microscope Image Gallery
    Images of insects and cells taken with a scanning electron microscope and colorized and/or rearranged in a fanciful fashion. Cool art from science.

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