A toad in a hole. Reserva Nacional Otamendi, Argentina. Photo by Neil Tsutsui.
Department of Environmental Science, Policy & Management (ESPM), at UC-Berkeley
The Arthropod Science Program, at UC-Berkeley
Department of Integrative Biology (IB), at UC-Berkeley
Ecology at UC-Berkeley
The Essig Museum of Entomology, UC-Berkeley - Over 5 million pinned insect specimens, plus many others in ethanol, envelopes, slide-mounted, and Riker-mounted. The emphasis in on western North America, particularly California.
The Ant Genomics Community Portal- a resource for those interested in genomic tools for Formicidae.
The Ant Course - A 10-day course on ant diversity and natural history.
The Bee Course - A course covering bee biology, diversity, systematics.
AntWeb, The California Academy of Sciences - A great collection of information about ants, particularly species found in California and Madagascar. Many very high quality photos.
The Bohart Museum of Entomology, UC-Davis - A collection of over 5,000,000 specimens, primarily from western North America and the northern neotropics.
Entomology Index of Internet Resources - A directory and search engine of insect-related resources on the Internet.
Entomology on the World Wide Web, Colorado State University - Includes lots of links, some images, and a list of recommended reading.