• Africanized Honey Bee
    Texas A&M University site which provides information about the insect & the myths about
  • Bug Hunter
    A Texas A&M Guide for Collecting, Preserving and Displaying Insects and Other Arthopods.
  • Controlling Nuisance Honey Bees
    Article by Ric Bessin, Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture. Discusses control of honey bees outdoors and in buildings.
  • Do It Yourself Pest Control
    Resource for pest control supplies for residential & commercial control of pests. Find links to insect identification, insect help pages, rodent identification, recommended measures, professional equipment, and information about professional strength prod
  • Fire Ants
    Texas Imported Fire Ant Research and Management Plan from Texas A&M and the Texas Agricultural Experiment Stations.
  • Insect Answers
    Texas AgriLife Extension Service site which features household, lawn & garden, agriculture, humans & animal pests (English & Spanish) .
  • Insect Identification Laboratory
    A Service provided by Virginia Tech for County Agents and other clientele. Images and descriptions.
  • Insect Image Gallery
    View special insect images of agricultural insects (provided by Texas A&M University Entomology Department).
  • Insects in the Classroom: Bugs as teaching tools
    This site was created in collaboration by the Department of Entomology and the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture at Texas A&M University. It has been provided for use in educating students about the wonders of the insec
  • International Society of Arachnology
    The premier international scientific society devoted to arachnology (the study of spiders). Also lists products, news, and links about spiders.
  • Pecan Kernel
    Information on integrated pest management, links, publications, associations, etc. for pecan growers in Texas.
  • Pest World
    National Pest Management Associations site which provides headlines, fun facts, resources, industry news, and events.
  • Rat Control
    Article which discusses taking proper precautions in pest control to keep the rat population not only under control, but help to prevent infectious diseases from infiltrating the human population
  • Termites
    The latest information on termites in Texas from Texas A&M University’s Department of Entomology Center for Urban & Structural Entomology.
  • Texas 4-H Entomology Learning Tool
    Excellent images/photos of arthropods appearing on the 4-H study list of arthropods for Texas. In addition to the images, the site also contains links to several videos dealing with collecting and preserving insects.
  • U.S.D.A. Insect Gallery
    USDA site which provides an image gallery and information on insects and other arthropods.
  • Veterinary Entomology
    Site from the Department of Entomology at Cornell University offering information on the various insect pests of livestock. Includes identification and control options.
    University of Minnesota Cooperative Extension site which provides information on wasp and bee differentiation and control.
  • West Nile Virus Info
    Texas Department of Health site which offers information on West Nile Virus regarding cases, sample submission, etc.

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