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La présente liste a pour objet de promouvoir la coopération des entomologistes en encourageant les personnes qui se rendent dans des régions propices, dans le cadre de leurs propres études, à recueillir du matériel qui pourrait intéresser d'autres chercheurs. La diffusion de listes semblables par le passé a donné lieu à la transmission de plusieurs ensembles utiles de matériel; les efforts des divers collaborateurs ont été vivement appréciés.

Les données transmises avec les spécimens devraient bien sûr comprendre au moins le lieu et la date de capture, le nom du collectionneur et une description de l'habitat. 

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Index des taxons

Arachnida

Solpugida

Opiliones

Pseudoscorpionida

Araneae

Salticidae

Acari 1 , 2e

Hydracarina

Uropodidae

Insecta 1, 2, f

Archaeognatha

Odonata 1, 2

Plecoptera

Isoptera

Dermaptera

Orthoptera

Mallophaga

Hemiptera

Adelgidae

Aleyrodidae

Aphididae  e

Cercopidae

Cicadellidae

Coccoidea

Lygaeidae

Psyllidae

Thysanoptera

Coleoptera

immatures

Cerambycidae

Chrysomelidae

Curculionidae

Leiodidae

Silphidae

Mecoptera

Diptera

Anthomyiidae

Anthomyzidae

Asilidae

Ceratopogonidae

Chironomidae 1, 2

Fanniidae

Muscidae

Phoridae

Pipunculidae

Sciomyzidae

Simuliidae

Sphaeroceridae

Tipulidae

Siphonaptera

Lepidoptera 1, 2, 3, 45, e

Hymenoptera 

parasitic Hymenoptera 1, 2, 3, 4  5, 6

Aculeata 1, 2

Apidae 1, 2

Braconidae

Chalcidoidea 1, 2

Cynipidae 1, 2

Diprionidae

Eupelmidae 1, 2

Formicidae

Halictidae

Pteromalidae

Scelionidae

Symphyta 1, 2 , e

Fungi

La langue employée est l'anglais ou le français, soit celle utilisée par chaque répondant.

Matériel requis Acari (free living and parasitic terrestrial and aquatic mites)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere, but especially subarctic and arctic Canada, Canadian grasslands
Méthodes de capture / notes Berlese-Tullgren funnel extraction from subaquatic substrates, from grasses and sedges, and from bird and mammal nests, would be especially fruitful (preserve in 75% ethanol +5% glycerine)
Contact V.M. Behan-Pelletier; E.E. Lindquist; I.M. Smith
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Acari from family Uropodidae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Free living and parasitic terrestrial, preserve in 75% ethanol
Contact C. Constantinescu
Adresse Natural History Museum of Distict Arges, Armand Calinescu Street, No. 44, Cod: 110047, Arges, Romania

Matériel requis Adelgidae (conifer wooly aphids)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve insects and bark, needles or galls in 70% ethanol. Specimen records and host plant records.
Contact R. Foottit
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Aleyrodidae (whiteflies)
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve insects and host plant material in 70% ethanol. Adults may be dried. Specimen records and host plant records (Canadian National Collection deficient in all species, including pest species).
Contact R. Foottit
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Anthomyiidae
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Specimens with biological data (especially reared specimens) in the genera Fucellia (seaweed flies), Chiastochaeta (Trollius flies), and Botanophila in the wide sense (incl. Pegohylemyia) [of diverse life histories, including groups whose larvae are saprophagous, phytophagous (mainly stem-borers or seed-feeders) or fungivorous (especially on Epichloe parasites of grasses).
Contact G.C.D. Griffiths
Adresse P.O. Box 1380, Athabasca, AB T9S 2B2

Matériel requis Anthomyzidae
Régions d'intérêt New World
Méthodes de capture / notess Adults from any habitat, but often associated with graminoids. Preservation in 70% ethanol preferred. Malaise and especially pan trap residues are acceptable and valuable. General description of herbaceous cover and soil moisture advantageous.
Contact K.N. Barber
Adresse Canadian Forest Service, 1219 Queen St. E., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 5M7

Matériel requis Aphididae (aphids)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve in 70% ethanol. Specimen records and host plant records
Contact R. Foottit
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Archaeognatha
Régions d'intérêt North America and the north Pacific, especially Machilidae from Alaska, western Canada and eastern Russia.
Méthodes de capture / notes Specimens should be preserved in 80-100% ethanol. Include collection data: location, date, and collector. Habitat information also desired.
Contact M. Bowser
Adresse Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, P.O. Box 2139, Soldotna, Alaska 99669, U.S.A.

Matériel requis Asilidae (robber flies)
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Pinned adults
Contact R.A. Cannings
Adresse Royal British Columbia Museum, P.O. Box 9815, Stn. Prov. Govt., Victoria, British Columbia V8W 9W2

Matériel requis Braconidae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Pointed or in ethanol
Contact M. Sharkey
Adresse Department of Entomology, University of Kentucky, 5 - 225 Agricultural Science Center North, Lexington, Kentucky 40546-0091, U.S.A.

Matériel requis Bombus, especially series or parts therof. (End use: morphometric analysis of intraspecific variation)
Régions d'intérêt Arctic
Méthodes de capture / notes Any collecting method, but if collected into wet (soapy water or alcohol), then sent wet (in alcohol) is best
Contact M. Damus
Adresse 1958 Old Prescott Rd. Greely, Ontario K4P 1L4

Matériel requis Bumble bees
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere in Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Include floral host if any. Collect and preserve dry (but specimens that have already been put into ethanol are acceptable).
Contact R.C. Plowright
Adresse 482 Montée de la Source, Cantley, Québec J8V 3H9

Matériel requis Butterflies (see also listings for Lepidoptera: 1, 2, 3)
Régions d'intérêt Arctic
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve papered or pinned (collecting / preserving information supplied on request) [for Alaska Lepidoptera Survey]
Contact K.W. Philip
Adresse University of Alaska, Institute of Arctic Biology, P.O. Box 757000, Fairbanks, Alaska U.S.A. 99775-7000 

Matériel requis Cerambycidae
Régions d'intérêt Canada and Alaska
Méthodes de capture / notes Adults pinned or in ethanol, host plant data if available.
Contact D.B. McCorquodale
Adresse Dept. of Biology, University College of Cape Breton, Box 5300, Sydney, NS B1P 6L2

Matériel requis Ceratopogonidae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere in Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Send in fully topped-up vials of 70% ethanol. Reared material is especially valuable; provide type of substrate or habitat if material is reared
Contact A. Borkent
Adresse 1171 Mallory Road, R1-S20-C43, Enderby, B.C. V0E 1V0

Matériel requis Cercopidae (froghoppers, spittlebugs)
Régions d'intérêt Canada and Alaska
Méthodes de capture / notes Specimens (preferably not in ethanol if possible), records and host records.
Contact K.G.A Hamilton
Adresse Eastern Cereal and Oilseed Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Chalcidoids, especially Eupelmidae
Régions d'intérêt Holarctic
Méthodes de capture / notes Incl. sweep-net samples (see also Parasitic Hymenoptera) (collect into ethanol). Reared material is especially useful.
Contact G.A.P. Gibson
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Chironomidae: Larsia (Tanypodinae)
Régions d'intérêt Nearctic and Palearctic fresh waters
Méthodes de capture / notes Reared material preferred but will accept all stages in ethanol or on slides
Contact B. Bilyj
Adresse 12 Westroyal Road, Etobicoke, Ontario M9P 2C3

Matériel requis Chironomidae: Eukiefferiella, Tvetenia (Orthocladiinae)
Régions d'intérêt All areas, especially Ontario
Méthodes de capture / notes Include sampling method, habitat information.
Contact W.B. Morton
Adresse 3 Woodridge Dr. , Guelph, Ontario N1E 3M2

Matériel requis Chrysomelidae (leaf beetles)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere, but especially in Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Mounted or unmounted and preserved in acetic alcohol (70 ethanol: 25 water: 5 parts glacial acetic acid). Include accurate (species level) host plant information.
Contact L. LeSage
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Cicadellidae (leafhoppers)
Régions d'intérêt Canada and Alaska
Méthodes de capture / notes Specimens (preferably not in ethanol), records and host records
Contact K.G.A Hamilton
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Coccoidea (scale insects)
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve insect and host plant material in 70% ethanol. Specimen records and host plant records
Contact R. Foottit
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Coleoptera (adults or immatures)
Régions d'intérêt Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes For teaching. Material from mass collections accepted. (Kill larvae in boiling water removed from the heating element, let cool and transfer to 70% ethanol.)
Contact Y.H. Prévost
Adresse Faculty of Forestry and the Forest Environment, 955 Oliver Rd. Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5E1

Matériel requis Curculionidae (weevils)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere, but especially northern Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Adults can be pinned, pointed, or preserved in ethanol. Record host plant information if possible.
Contact D.E. Bright
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Cynipidae: insect galls from domestic and wild roses
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Maturing to mature galls. Remove galls from plants and place in plastic bags. Try to segregate galls of different species. Preserve any emergents in 70% ethanol.
Contact J.D. Shorthouse
Adresse Department of Biology, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6

Matériel requis Cynipidae: galls on oak
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Collect mature galls (spring gen: most in June; autumn gen: late August – Oct) into plastic bags, separating gall species. Preserve emergents in 70% ETOH.

Please note oak species (at least a guess at oak section – red or white oaks; leaf, bud and acorn samples also useful) and the usual locality info.

Contact Scott Digweed
Adresse 14423 – 78 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5R 3C2

Matériel requis Dermaptera: Forficula auricularia (perce-oreille européen / European earwig)
Régions d'intérêt Amérique du Nord et autres régions si possible
Méthodes de capture / notes A sec ou dans l’alcool.
Contact J.C. Tourneur
Adresse Département des Sciences biologiques, Université du Québec à Montréal, C.P. 8888, Montréal, Québec H3C 3P8

Matériel requis Diprionidae (diprionid sawflies)
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Living diprionid sawflies of any species, identified or unidentified. Record foodplant. Contact in advance about shipping.
Contact L Packer
Adresse Department of Biology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Downsview, Ontario M3J 1P3

Matériel requis Eupelmidae: Anastatus
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Reared materials with associated sexes are particularly important, regardless how few in number.
Contact G.A.P. Gibson
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

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Matériel requis Fanniidae (Diptera: Muscoidea)
Régions d'intérêt Churchill, Manitoba: Churchill area, Churchill River, Churchill, Fort Churchill, surroundings of Churchill, Hudson Bay Railway, Wapusk National Park, Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site, Hudson Bay Lowlands
Méthodes de capture / notes Specimens mounted or preserved in ethanol. Specimen records: taxon, location of the collecting site, method of collection, date, and collector.
Contact Jade Savage, Anaïs Renaud
Adresse Bishop's University, Dept. of Biological Sciences, 2600 College St., Sherbrooke, QC J1M 1Z7

Matériel requis Formicidae (ants)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Record type of habitat and nest site. Include brood if possible (preserve in ethanol).
Contact A. Francoeur
Adresse Département des Sciences fondamentales, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, 9555 boul. de l’Université, Chicoutimi, Québec G7H 2B1

Matériel requis Fungal pathogens of insects (esp. deuteromycetes and ascomycetes)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Place any fungus-infected specimens in a vial. (Identification of the fungus available on request.)
Contact D. Strongman
Adresse Department of Biology, St. Mary’s University, 923 Robie St., Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 3C3

Material requested Halictidae (sweat bees) brown and black spp. only
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Particularly from blueberries. Pinned or preserved. Include flower record if available.
Contact L. Packer
Adresse Department of Biology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Downsview, Ontario M3J 1P3

Matériel requis Hemiptera: Heteroptera (bugs)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Aquatic and semi-aquatic Heteroptera from acid waters (an indication of pH would be useful). Terrestrial Heteroptera from bogs. Preserve in ethanol.
Contact G.G.E. Scudder
Adresse Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1W5

Matériel requis Insects on snow
Régions d'intérêt Especially western mountains
Méthodes de capture / notes Chionea (Tipulidae), Boreus (Mecoptera), Capniidae (Plecoptera): preserve in 70% ethanol.
Contact S. Cannings
Adresse NatureServe Yukon, Yukon Territorial Government, Box 2703, Whitehorse, YT

Matériel requis Isoptera (termites)
Régions d'intérêt N. America incl. Mexico
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve in 75% ethanol; try to collect as many soldiers as possible.
Contact T.G. Myles
Adresse Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, 33 Willcocks, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3B3

Matériel requis Leiodidae (=Leptodiridae)
Régions d'intérêt Northern forest and tundra areas; prairies and grasslands
Méthodes de capture / notes Most easily collected by window traps or flight intercept traps; and car nets (Can. Ent. 124: 745, 1992) (collect into ethanol).
Contact S.B. Peck
Adresse Department of Biology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6

Matériel requis Lepidoptera (see also Butterflies)
Régions d'intérêt Arctic
Méthodes de capture / notes For revisionary work on the holarctic fauna
Contact J.D. Lafontaine
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Lepidoptera
Régions d'intérêt Manitoulin Island and surrounding islands
Méthodes de capture / notes Records for use in monograph of the region. Information on old records from collections would be particularly welcome.
Contact J.K. Morton
Adresse Department of Biology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1

Matériel requis Lepidoptera
Régions d'intérêt Areas not previously sampled in western Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Standard collecting methods.
Contact N. Kondla
Adresse P.O. Box 244, Genelle, BC V0G 1G0

Matériel requis Lygaeidae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Material can be collected in ethanol.
Contact G.G.E. Scudder
Adresse Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1W5

Matériel requis Mallophaga
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve specimens in 70% ethanol; host species is extremely important.
Contact T.D. Galloway
Adresse Department of Entomology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2

Matériel requis Microlepidoptera (excluding Pyralidae and Tortricidae)
Régions d'intérêt North America, esp. west in dry/arid habitats and prairies (CNC deficient in all western species
Méthodes de capture / notes Include collecting method and time of day collected. Kill with ammonia fumes. Field-pin; instruction leaflet and field kit available on request.
Contact J.F. Landry
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Muscidae (Diptera: Muscoidea)
Régions d'intérêt Churchill, Manitoba: Churchill area, Churchill River, Churchill, Fort Churchill, surroundings of Churchill, Hudson Bay Railway, Wapusk National Park, Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site, Hudson Bay Lowlands
Méthodes de capture / notes Specimens mounted or preserved in ethanol. Specimen records: taxon, location of the collecting site, method of collection, date, and collector.
Contact Jade Savage, Anaïs Renaud
Adresse Bishop's University, Dept. of Biological Sciences, 2600 College St., Sherbrooke, QC J1M 1Z7

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Matériel requis Odonata (dragonflies)
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Include 2-3 word habitat description. Adults preferably in envelopes or papered, prepared by immersing in acetone for 24 hours, then dried; larvae in 70% ethanol.
Contact R.A. Cannings
Adresse Royal British Columbia Museum, P.O. Box 9815, Stn. Prov. Govt., Victoria, British Columbia V8W 9W2

Matériel requis Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies)
Régions d'intérêt Ontario, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Canadian prairies
Méthodes de capture / notes Dried quickly in paper or glassine envelopes with or without prior immersion of envelope in acetone for one day to retain colour. Include habitat and collection notes and numbers observed in pencil on envelopes. Larvae in 70% ethanol.
Contact P.M Catling
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Research Branch, Wm. Saunders Bldg., Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, ON K1A 0C6

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Matériel requis Opiliones (harvestmen)
Régions d'intérêt Canada and adjacent states
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve in 75% ethanol, especially adults with notes on habitats.
Contact R. Holmberg
Adresse Athabasca University, Centre for Science, Athabasca, Alberta T9S 3A3

Matériel requis Parasitic Hymenoptera
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Including selected unsorted Malaise, suction, pan or pitfall trap collections (pan trap kits and instructions supplied free on request).
Contact L. Masner
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Phoridae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere; especially boreal
Méthodes de capture / notes Collect into 70% ethanol: especially interested in Malaise trap samples from boreal forest.
Contact B.V. Brown
Adresse Entomology Section, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007, U.S.A.

Matériel requis Pipunculidae (big-headed flies)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere in North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Adults can be pinned, pointed or preserved in ethanol.
Contact E. Georgeson
Adresse N.S. Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 130, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia, B0N 2H0

Matériel requis Pseudoscorpions
Régions d'intérêt Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserved in 90% ethanol is preferred, please include collection information (method, habitat)
Contact C. Buddle
Adresse Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University, Macdonald Campus, 21,111 Lakeshore Rd., Ste.-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 3V9

Matériel requis Psyllidae
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Preferably preserve in glycerine or dried. Specimen records and host plant records.
Contactr R. Foottit
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Pteromalidae: Pachyneuron
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Reared materials with associated sexes are particularly important, regardless how few in number.
Contact G.A.P. Gibson
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Salticidae (jumping spiders)
Régions d'intérêt Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Adult specimens preserved in 70% ethanol. Include collecting method, habitat information.
Contact D. Shorthouse (1)

C. Buddle (2)

Adresse (1) Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E9

(2) Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University, Macdonald Campus, 21,111 Lakeshore Road, Ste.Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 3V9

Matériel requis Scelionid egg parasites of Orthoptera
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Especially from Grylloidea; preserve in ethanol.
Contact L. Masner
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Sciomyzidae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Preferably pinned
Contact L. Knutson
Adresse Paluzzo Gioia
Piazza Traniello, 8-Int. 26, 04024 Gaeta (LT), Italy

Matériel requis Silphidae
Régions d'intérêt Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Include habitat and trapping method. Malaise trap material welcome.
Contact R. Lauff
Adresse Department of Biology, St. Francis Xavier University, PO Box 5000 Antigonish, NS B2G 2W5

Matériel requis Simuliidae (black flies)
Régions d'intérêt North America, esp. western and northern species
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve larvae in Carnoy’s solution (1 glacial acetic acid: 3 absolute ethanol). Reared adults with associated pupal exuviae preferred. Instructions available on request.
Contact D.C. Currie
Adresse Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6

Matériel requis Siphonaptera (fleas)
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve specimens in 70% ethanol; host species is extremely important
Contact T.D. Galloway
Adresse Department of Entomology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2

Matériel requis Solpugida (sun spiders)
Régions d'intérêt Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve in 75% ethanol, especially adults with notes on habitat.
Contact R. Holmberg
Adresse Athabasca University, Centre for Science, Athabasca, Alberta T9S 3A3

Matériel requis Sphaeroceridae
Régions d'intérêt Anywhere, esp. arctic or high elevations
Méthodes de capture / notes Collect into ethanol. Acalyptrate fraction of trap samples welcomed.
Contact S.A. Marshall
Adresse Department of Environmental Biology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1

Matériel requis Symphyta (sawflies)
Régions d'intérêt Boreal and arctic Canada
Méthodes de capture / notes Larvae and adults collected by Malaise trap, sweeping, etc. (collect into 70% ethanol). Identify larval food plant as far as possible.
Contact H. Goulet
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Matériel requis Thysanoptera (thrips)
Régions d'intérêt North America
Méthodes de capture / notes Preserve in 70% ethanol). Specimen records, habitat, host plant records where applicable.
Contact R. Foottit
Adresse Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6

Coopération offerte

a Identification of groups of interest in return for a sample of duplicate specimens Most but not all of entries in list above.
b Willing to sort material from certain residues, bulk samples, etc. See specific entries for:
Anthomyzidae 
Chalcidoids
,
Coleoptera,
Parasitic Hymenoptera,
Silphidae,
Sphaeroceridae 
c Field kits or instructions available on request. See especially entries for
Microlepidoptera
Parasitic Hymenoptera
Simuliidae
d Exchange of specimens. Several requesters, including entries for 
Asilidae

Odonata,
Siphonaptera
e Caterpillars, larval sawflies, aphids and mites available on request from trapnests for solitary bees and wasps. P. Hallett (Department of Physiology and Zoology, University of Toronto, 144 Hendon Avenue, Willowdale, ON  M2M 1A7
f Insect material from grassland and adjacent habitats at Onefour, Alberta, is available for examination. D.L. Johnson (Department of Geography, University of Lethbridge, 4401 University Drive West, Lethbridge, AB, T1K 3M4)

 

 

 

 

 


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