Butterfly, Moths, and Plants Resources
An insect site created by an entomologist where you can learn about insects, frogs and other aquatic life, spiders, and more. There is also an online shop where you can order caterpillars and raise them into adult butterflies. There are insect puzzles and games and more!
Rearing Butterflies at Home
Is exactly as its name sounds - it is a Web site that tells you how to rear butterflies at home - from eggs, through the larval stage, to chrysalis, to adult butterfly.
Butterflies and Moths of North America - is affiliated with Montana State University. It has a searchable database of butterfly and moth records in the United States and Mexico. This site includes dynamic distribution maps, photographs, species profiles, and more.
An online pet directory offering numerous resources on animals and pets.
Live Monarch Butterfly Garden Seeds - a not-for-profit butterfly conservation resource where you can obtain milkweed seeds and plants for monarch butterfly larva to eat. They also provide other butterfly conservation information.
Butterflybushes.com - a nursery that specializes in plants that attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your yard or garden, including milkweed and other host plants for butterfly larva.
Click my Brick Directory - Online directory that includes links to butterfly related sites (e.g., gardening, environmental sites) as well as a variety of other categories.
Homepage of Torsten van der Heyden
A site about butterflies, moths, and other insects with a lot of excellent photos.
Animal information site featuring insects, wildlife, pets, marine life, farm animals, Galapagos wildlife, rainforest animals, venomous creatures and reptiles.
antARK is an introduction to myrmecology: the study of ants. antARK is a free to use, easy reading, educational ant site. It teaches all sorts of information about ants, from life cycles, family members, species diversity, eco systems and much more. Learning about ants has never been so interesting by using videos, ant facts and images to help the easily distracted.
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