the Biological Survey
About the Canadian Fauna
Other sites of interest
Only a few sites have been selected to provide a gateway to key sites that link to many other relevant sites.
Many sites dealing with entomology at various levels are
General information for teachers or others looking for basic facts about insects can be found at sites such as: the K-12 Recommended Resources section of the Iowa State Entomology Index of Internet Resources.
BugGuide.Net is a community site with user-submitted images for sharing identification and information on insect groups.
Entomological information is also available through list
servers such as ENTOMO-L [send text: subscribe entomo-l firstname lastname (with blank
subject line) to firstname.lastname@example.org]
or see http://listserv.uoguelph.ca/archives/entomo-l.html
Normal search engines will find over 300,000 items on biodiversity. Many of them deal with government programs or positions in response to the International Convention on Biodiversity. Others offer coverage of local issues. Some address general scientific or societal themes. A few sites from which to start an exploration of biodiversity are:
Biological Survey of Canada
c/o Entomological Society of Canada
393 Winston Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario K2A 1Y8 Canada
This page last updated 02/08/2012