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Southwest Arthropod-related Sites

Other Southwestern US Arthropod Museums

New Mexico State University

University of Arizona

Northern Arizona University

Colorado State University

On-line Arthropod Information and Identification Services

All Taxon Listing of Organisms; University of California, Berkeley

Entomology on the Internet

Entomology Index of Internet Resources; Web Sites, Iowa State University

Damselflies and Dragonflies of the Southwest

Damselflies and Dragonflies of New Mexico

Crickets, Grasshoppers and Katydids; The Orthopterists Society

Cricket, Grasshopper and Katydid Classifications and Taxonomic Listings; Orthoptera Species File Online

Crickets, Katydids, and Cicadas; Singing Insects of North America, University of Florida

Grasshoppers of the Western US; University of Wyoming

Neuroptera; lacewings, antlions, etc., Neuroweb

Butterflies, Moths and some other insects of the United States

Mosquitoes; Rutgers University


AntWeb; California Academy of Sciences

Spiders and Scorpions (Arachnids); The American Arachnological Society

Spiders Species List for North America; The American Arachnological Society

Brown Recluse Spider Identification

Hobo Spider Information

Tarantulas; The American Tarantula Society

Arthropod Taxonomic Classification

Nomina Insecta Nearctica; taxonomic classification of North American insects; Entomological Information Services

The Tree of Life Project; taxonomic classification of arthropods, The University of Arizona

Spiders of North America: An identification manuel, American Arachnological Society Ubick, D., P. Paquin, P. E. Cushing and V. Roth, editors. 2005. Spiders of North America: An identification manuel. American Arachnological society. American Arachnological Society.

The World Spider Catalog; spider taxonomic classification, The American Museum of Natural History

Entomological Supply Sources

BioQuip Entomological Supplies

Arthropod Conservation

The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Nature Serve: A network connecting science with conservation