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Entolinks

Below, please find a collection of reviewed insect-related Web sites. Once I have sufficient listings, these sites will be conveniently categorized. If you know of other great insect Web sites you would like to see on this list, please send an email. Entomology Index of Internet Resources Iowa State University has one of the best…

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Western Box-elder Bug

Widespread across the US, the Box-elder Bug belongs to the family of scentless plant bugs.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/hemi_001.html
Palm Weevil Pupae Rhynchophorus spp.

These weevil beetle are known as billbugs for their well developed snouts.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/cole_016.html
Planthopper

The Fulgorid family of planthoppers is characterized by some bizarre features including wavy filamentous tails and elaborate head protuberances.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/homo_003.html
Red Bug

This family of tropical bug feeds mainly on the juices of rotting vegetation.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/hemi_007.html
Short Tailed Mealybug (Pseudococcus spp.)

Mealybugs are cryptic insects covered with a white waxy powder.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/homo_004.html
Stink Bug

Stink bugs are named for their ability to exude a foul smelling substance from a pore on each side of their thorax.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/hemi_008.html
Stink Bug nymph

Stink bugs can be recognized by their characteristic oval body shape and each antennae being comprised of five segments.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/hemi_011.html
Flat Bark Bug

These strange flattened bugs, feed on fungus growing on the bark of trees and have the habit of dropping to the ground and disappearing in the leaf litter when disturbed.

http://www.insects.org/entophiles/hemi_010.html