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2017-09-22 — 2017-09-24, Dresden
The Dresden Meetings on Insect Phylogeny are dedicated to a broad variety of topics concerning the phylogeny of insects. This includes both the interordinal and intraordinal levels, both morphological and molecular work, and both extant and fossil taxa, as well as occasional methodological contributions. The 8th Dresden Meeting on Insect Phylogeny (2017) will not have a particular focus but will generally deal with frontline topics of phylogenetic research in insects. There will be ca. 30 talks presented ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.senckenberg.de/root/index.php?page_id=14401
We are an online community of naturalists who enjoy learning about and sharing our observations of insects, spiders, and other related creatures. We enjoy the opportunity to instill in others the fascination and appreciation that we share for the intricate lives of these oft-maligned creatures. Our Mission: Using the best resources we have access to, we are creating a knowledgebase to help each other and the online community. We summarize our findings in guide pages like the one shown at right. Our ... [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://bugguide.net/
The Department of Medical Entomology is the only institution for this aspect of entomology in Australia and as such serves as the de facto National Reference Laboratory for insects and other arthropods of medical and public health importance. The Department based at Westmead Hospital and linked with Sydney University. On its web site the department supplies fact sheets about vector-borne diseases, medically important arthropods, maggot debridement therapy, arbovirus surveillance and mosquito monitoring ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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http://medent.usyd.edu.au/
The Ecological Database of the World's Insect Pathogens (EDWIP) offers information on fungi, viruses, protozoa, mollicutes, nematodes, and bacteria¹ that are infectious in insects, mites, and related arthropods. Data in EDWIP include associations (or lack thereof) between pathogenic organisms and insect, mite, and other arthropod hosts. EDWIP also includes information on where associations have been observed, stages and tissues of hosts infected, and habitats and host ranges of the arthropod hosts. ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://cricket.inhs.uiuc.edu/edwipweb/edwipabout.htm
The Bavarian State Collection of Zoology hat inherited to build up the node "Evertebrata II" within GBIF Germany. Tasks and organisation struktur are shown under the marked hyperlinks. Beside the colleagues of the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology, collaborators from the museums of Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Cismar are participating. Another important partner is the SysTax-project, which provides the portal to show the data on the internet. [Information of the supplier]
Other institutions / organisations; Research projects; Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.gbif.de/evertebrata2
This Web site provides access to site-specific lists of insects that occur at various parks, refuges, and management units within North America. The lists were authored, compiled and contributed to this Web site by various professional and amateur lepidopterists. Each separate list follows the order of the most recent catalogue or listing of common names which is cited at the end of the list. Authors' and compilers' names are provided, along with their current affiliations, mailing addresses, e-mail ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/insects/insect/
On this page the Bavarian Agency for Viticulture and Horticulture presents a simple, general identification key for insects and spiders aimed at amateur gardeners and people interested in natural history who have no foreknowledge of the subject. By means of many pictures and a little text, and with no knowledge of subject jargon, it should be possible for the amateur to assign his finds to one or other of the groups of insect or spiders through a sort of question and answer game with an “Expert Computer”. ... [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
Identification keysResource type
http://www.lwg.bayern.de/internet/stmlf/behoerden/lwg/weinbau/rebschutz_lebensraum_weinberg/12957/
The conference continues the series of international symposia on the biological control of arthropods held every four years. The first meeting was held at Hawaii – USA during January 2002, followed by the Davos - Switzerland meeting during September 2005, and the latest was at Christchurch – New Zealand, during February 2009. The goal of these symposia is to create a forum where biological control researchers and practitioners can meet and exchange information, to promote discussions of up to date ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://isbca.org/
The 5th International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods will take place in Langkawi, Malaysia, September 11-15, 2017. This conference continues the series of international symposia on the biological control of arthropods held every four years. Dr Roy Van Driesche was the founder of the symposia and held the first meeting in Hawaii in January 2002. The second meeting took place in Davos, Switzerland, in September 2005, the third in Christchurch, New Zealand, in February 2009 and the latest ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://www.isbca-2017.org/
Catalogue of the entomological library of the Nederlandse Entomologische Vereniging (Durch Entomological Association), comprising about 40,000 titles (including journal articles), the geographical coverage being mainly European. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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http://www.nev.nl/catalogus/
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