- Lepidoptera Resources
I list all the books I can find related to lepidoptera, also provide "Scott's catalog" numbers for all the stamps with butterflies and also have a chapter devoted to butterflies of wisconsin (photos provided by others) and survey of lepidoptera of two state parks (my own work).
A collection of the over 700 natural history columns by Gerry Rising that have appeared under the title "Nature Watch" in the Buffalo News since 1991.
A registered British charity dedicated to saving and improving the lives of Asian elephants.
Global Vision International
Global Vision International (GVI) is a UK based organisation which provides support and funding for long term pioneering conservation and community projects in 20 countries world wide. Adventurous individuals can join challenging land based and marine research expeditions, volunteer projects, courses and invaluable internships from 2 weeks to 2 years.
Butterflies and Moths in the Netherlands
Photographs and information on Lepidoptera of The Netherlands
Fine art nature photography: animals,plants,landscapes,seascapes
The Marine Life Information Network for Britain & Ireland
MarLIN provides information on the biology of seabed marine life and on its sensitivity to human activities and natural events. MarLIN holds survey data and is the marine node of the UK National Biodiversity Network. The Learning Zone of MarLIN provides educational material to help the public enjoy marine wildlife and recording schemes for volunteers. The MarLIN programme is an initiative of the Marine Biological Association of the UK (MBA). It is based at Plymouth and disseminates its information on the Internet. Please visit our Web site at www.marlin.ac.uk
Flora Danica Online
An online version of the Flora Danica, which was printed between 1761 and 1883. A description of the plate work is to be found here. All 3,240 plates have been digitized. Vascular plants have been re-idetified and can be searched by their modern names in Latin and in Danish (but not in English).
Project Seahorse is an international and interdisciplinary marine conservation organization. Its biologists and development specialists conduct fundamental biological research, empower communities, establish marine protected areas, manage subsistence fisheries, restructure international trade, advance environmental education, promote integrated policy, and redress habitat loss. The team is composed of about 40 professional team members (plus village staff) working in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Philippines, Portugal, U.K., and U.S.A. Project Seahorse has also managed projects in South Africa and Vietnam, and maintains strong collaborations with colleagues in many more countries. It is headquartered in Vancouver, B.C., at the University of British Columbia's Fisheries Centre.
Mikko's Phylogeny Archive
A compilation of various phylogenetic trees representing different views of taxonomy. Includes links to other taxonomic websites.
CABI Bioscience Databases: Index Fungorum
Searchable taxonomic databases of the fungi.
Biological Identity of Procaryotes
From Kenneth Todar of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Bacteriology.
Natural Perspective: Plant Kingdom
Introduction to the Plant Kingdom with information on some of the divisions which make up this group.
Catalogue of viruses.
Animals! The Animal Information Center
A general overview of Kingdom Animalia.