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Entomological toolkit: useful links on lepidoptera and more

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Vasiliy Feoktistov, 31.01.2011 10:49

We happen to need such for identifying stuff. So I open this special subj where we may share ours (what's found somewhere).

All the rest posts on: свободное чтение

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31.01.2011 10:53, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Starting with these three:
1) http://www.guianensis.fr/ (actual now)
2) http://www.saturniidae-web.de/ (of Saturniidae)
3) http://www.learnaboutbutterflies.com/ (a good website about butterflies).

31.01.2011 12:24, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Also of local Arctiidae: http://www.inra.fr/internet/Produits/PAPILLON/arct_guy/arct_guy.htm.

02.02.2011 9:58, Evgeny Komarov

Palaearctic Arctiidae: http://www-sbras.nsc.ru/win/elbib/atlas/Arctiidae/.

02.02.2011 13:54, Evgeny Komarov

Butterflies and Moths of the World. Generic Names and their Type-species: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/butmoth/.

08.02.2011 20:35, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Found that too (should try): http://butterfliesofamerica.com/.

08.02.2011 20:41, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Bah, even genitalia there: http://butterfliesofamerica.com/t/Mnasitheus_chrysophrys_a.htm (this one is for ones who are suckers for) :). Curious source, in my mind.

08.02.2011 23:13, Peter Khramov

Why nobody mentioned the great and still awesome leps.it, or, lepidoptera.pl?..

08.02.2011 23:17, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Well, everybody knows those, I think, but ok, just for the record:
http://www.leps.it/
http://www.lepidoptera.pl/.

08.02.2011 23:57, Peter Khramov

"Everybody knows those, I think", Vasily, this subj still is not strictly technical one, ordinary people can also read this...

09.02.2011 13:28, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Natural History Museum (London) checklist: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/jdsml/research-curation/research/projects/lepindex/checklist.dsml. Also can be helpful.

10.02.2011 8:15, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Website of Parnassius genus (imho, nice):
http://goran.waldeck.se/paindex.htm.

13.02.2011 16:43, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Neotropical Heterocera website: http://www.mbarnes.force9.co.uk/.

13.03.2011 22:26, Evgeny Komarov

Here are lots of links to interesting Lepidoptera websites: http://tpittaway.tripod.com/silk/satlinks.htm.

18.03.2011 17:07,

Well! I have too one very good Lepidoptera website name. THERE: www.danaida.ru. The website is cool! MY WORD!!!!!!!!! There is world of families!!! Whole, well identifier, and for rookies, this is a blast!!!

19.03.2011 23:28, Peter Khramov

Angelet 13, the website is nothing indeed.
And there is no need to shout here. No hearing handicapped.

20.03.2011 12:44,

This is just not for everybody but somebody.....:(

20.03.2011 14:03, Dmitriy Pozhogin

It's not even for somebody. Various images picked out of different sources, that's all. No any systematics.

20.03.2011 20:36,

Weeeeeel... First, I'm not a pro yet. Second, I'm just 12 and third: this is the best website of all I found; the rest are real "EW-W-W". And fourth: that's why I'm here, to GET EXPERIENCED...

20.03.2011 21:20, Peter Khramov

Heard, Dmitry... Out of the mouths of babes. And you are all about systematics and systematics...

20.03.2011 21:53, Dmitriy Pozhogin

12-aged is not already a babe! For me there is nothing interesting at www.danaida.ru. No identifier I found. Lots of mistakes. As for diurnals, it's all copied from a Wijbren Landman book. And images are all from that. It might be more interesting for beginning amateurs to look at images. Sad.

20.03.2011 21:57, Dmitriy Pozhogin

For those who live in the European part of Russia the best website is http://sungaya.narod.ru/rhop/index.htm. There is also identifier and no flubs.

21.03.2011 5:16,

Dmitry, thanks a lot for protection! I'll check out this website right today. As for copying stuff, I agree. By the way, for diurnals they stole not only Landman;) That's for sure a bi-i-i-i-igie minus to them!

14.12.2011 6:46, Vasiliy Feoktistov

http://www.africanmoths.com/index.html.
The website about African Heterocera. Seems helpful.

02.06.2012 8:34, Vasiliy Feoktistov

http://yutaka.it-n.jp/, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and others true butterflies.

02.06.2012 10:46, Olga Averyanova

Can't say yet whether the website is good or not. I've got this one http://www.butterflycircle.org/sgchecklist.htm, Singapore butterflies. Koh Samui — http://www.samuibutterflies.com/insects/butterflies/, Chiang Mai — http://www.malaeng.com/blog/?p=7776.

05.07.2012 11:21, Alexandr Zhakov

I lost the link to the website I need, can't find it. So it's similar to http://www.faunaeur.org/, just of a planet scale :) green pages, expansion maps are on the right. Nearly no illustrations, yet they're rarely met. Please, give a prompt. Thanks!

05.07.2012 21:01, Sergey Novitckiy

Perhaps, http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/index.html?

05.07.2012 21:34, Alexandr Zhakov

Sergey, thanks, that's it. :)

12.07.2012 18:29, Olga Averyanova

Sphingidae of the Eastern Palaearctic: http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/china.htm.

03.03.2013 21:08, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Petr, please fix the thread somewhere to have it before the eyes. Again got lost. Permanently needed.

05.03.2013 13:01, Peter Khramov

Ok, just will find a place for that...

12.10.2013 5:16, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Useful links on the Asian revelers: http://www.sphin-sea.unibas.ch/SphinSEA/SphinSEA_speclist.htm

27.10.2013 7:06, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Site on Asian pavlinoglazki: http://wildsilkmoth-indonesia.com/index.html

04.11.2013 1:34, Alexandr Zhakov

Interesting site on the South American revelers http://www.silkmoths.bizland.com/SphSouth.htm can make a selection for individual countries.

04.11.2013 3:27, Peter Khramov

Although it is not a sample, but the interesting thing. Thank you for the link above.

10.12.2013 23:07, Anna Gerasimova

I often use this site: http://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/
By location it suits me)
But there is absolutely no moths.

13.12.2013 9:26, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Anna Gerasimova! Book Recommendations Moths of Nepal, Toshirō Haruta is Nepal
According to India's Taxonomy of Moths in India. Ajai Srivastava

15.12.2013 22:32, Anna Gerasimova

Thank you, Mr. I look for.

15.12.2013 23:09, Anna Gerasimova

I would like to find an electronic form)))

04.01.2014 23:47, Anna Gerasimova

http://www.mothsofborneo.com/

04.01.2014 23:49, Anna Gerasimova

and even better way http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-3/contents.php

05.01.2014 12:57, Yuri Semejkin

According to shovel. Rhode Hypena http://images.yandex.ru/yandsearch?text=Hypena&stype=image

07.01.2014 9:58, Yuri Semejkin

Site of raznousym http://talanov.kirov.ru/?p=1368

30.01.2014 16:34, Vasiliy Feoktistov

A good site pierid group Delias : http://www.delias-butterflies.com/

14.02.2014 19:24, Anna Gerasimova

Australian butterfly http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/

09.09.2014 19:18, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Something forgotten this topic, but nevertheless it is always relevant ......
The other day, I recommend a good resource on Aganainae: www.aganainae.nl/
I think it should be added to the sources and likely'll do it tomorrow.

15.11.2014 9:23, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Pyralidae + Thyrididae Borneo: http://pyralidsofborneo.org useful site, add the sources.
Dmitri, for you can be true :)

16.11.2014 19:07, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Another would be for there the krambidam find something

16.11.2014 19:43, Vasiliy Feoktistov

INFA is well served and the main thing is not copied to the moths of borneo. Thanks to him last 2 types Thyrididae determined with a high degree of fidelity.

16.11.2014 21:46, Dmitriy Pozhogin

moths of borneo no ognevok. no.

16.11.2014 21:57, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Thyrididae there I think, if I remember correctly. Actually they are interested in right now.

16.12.2014 20:19, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Database on African Rhopalocera: http://abdb-africa.org/

16.12.2014 21:08, Peter Khramov

Pasib, cool stuff. It is necessary to them druzhitstsa.

17.12.2014 10:28, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Now their sources added. From there, the data can inspire us.

18.01.2015 13:37, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Actually: Now Golubets one trying to explain well, and stumbled: "Tropical Lycaenidae"
http://www.lycaenidae.gmxhome.de/
It was not in my piggy bank yet.

18.01.2015 19:56, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Another found: "Butterflies of Peninsular Malaysia"
http://malaysiabutterflies.myspecies.info/
Very handy, I feel :)

27.01.2015 1:13, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Interesting site for butterflies: http://www.neutron.phys.ethz.ch/Lepidoptera/

15.02.2015 11:32, Vasiliy Feoktistov

A good site with a working search engine on leave (until finally osvoilego): http://clade.ansp.org/entomology/collections/peale/butterflies_moths.html

19.02.2015 19:22, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Pertti Pakkanen "Vutterflies and Moths in Finland": http://www.dlc.fi/~peterpa/lepi/perhonen.htm
Although the Finnish language, but you can understand.

19.04.2015 12:28, Vasiliy Feoktistov

http://www.pteron-world.com/topics/classfication/
I think it may also be useful in spite of the language features)))

05.05.2015 20:08, Svetlana Shchavelina

Announcement: finalized for publication edition of 'A Preliminary Guide to the Pyralid Moths of Borneo', author Dr Stephen Sutton. Publication of first instance is expected in mid-June 2015.

05.05.2015 20:21, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Ah, how much it will cost (((.

05.05.2015 23:49, Peter Khramov

Well, the preliminaries, certainly penny!

06.05.2015 13:03, Alex Dumchus

I would have bought determinants Rhopalocera the tropics at a reasonable price, such as: "Butterflies of Thailand" publication Monastery and Devyatkina about butterflies Vietnam ....

06.05.2015 15:22, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Peter! Buy a penny and put it here to determine !!! And I'm gallery ognevok Borneo done, specific to the species!

06.05.2015 15:29, Peter Khramov

Dima! What about copyright? !! Worthless here and so to take and apply here! Though even for the sake of determining ognevok to type!

06.05.2015 21:10, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Do not worry. Over time, if not imposed here, so it will be imposed elsewhere :) Vaughn Shipunov lives quite normally with his library. I respect people who are treated by greed. Sam would have downloaded a pdf or djvu ......

07.05.2015 10:44, Dmitriy Pozhogin

Make the closed library for moderators / active participants. And people will be pulled.

07.05.2015 11:39, Alexandr Zhakov

Available literature does not guarantee the correctness of the determination, especially photos. Excusable not to expose some photos to photographers whose species, to put it mildly, is not the first place. But put an indefinite collection material, it is not a good tone, and can only be an exception (this is my opinion).In the literature, the main thing: the diagnosis of the type, distribution, image of a butterfly and her genitals. Since all the normal determinants Nenashev on the language, the diagnosis can not be read, and if you read something that does not clear, Google is not taxis. Distribution always helps. Pictures are good, but the quality of scans? remain genitals. Who cooks? there are not many.Why strike site, creating a library of pirated scans. This is necessary, I think, would get all their own. :)))

06.10.2015 16:03, Yuri Semejkin

http://www.zin.ru/animalia/coleoptera/rus/als_ind.htm
For fans of beetles. !. Index of families, genera and species .; 2. Index species.
You can view images of a plurality of beetles. Page on Google

06.10.2015 19:13, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Partly podborochka of beetles:
Les Lucanidae du monde: http://lucanesdumonde.skynetblogs.be/
Le blog des Cetoniidae: http://www.cetoniidae.org/
The Dynastidae of the World: http://dynastidae.voila.net/
Carabidae of the World: http://carabidae.org/
ELATERIDAE Click beetles of the palearctic region: http://www.elateridae.com/index.php
Cerambycoidea.com: http://www.cerambycoidea.com/
Old World Cerambycidae: https://apps2.cdfa.ca.gov/publicApps/plant/bycidDB/wfamily.asp?w=o
Cerambycidae of the World: http://cerambycidae.org/
Prioninae of the World: http://www.prioninae.eu/
Lamiaires du Monde: http://www.lamiinae.org/80v/

12.04.2016 14:39, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Good Chilean website Neotropical beetles: http://coleoptera-neotropical.org/

28.04.2016 19:14, Ivan Pristrem

The legendary site Diptera: http://www.diptera.info
More small resource for lovers of tropical Coleoptera: https://www.flickr.com/photos/coleoptera-us

28.04.2016 19:29, Ivan Pristrem

And this someone uses? http://entomology.ru/main_menu/main_page/main_page.htm
This catalog is quite old, have not been tested and there are a lot of dead links, but, nevertheless, a lot of presents on it and good sites.

15.05.2016 13:42, Evgeny Komarov

That's very good! Erotylidae & Endomychidae http://marelune.yvinec.free.fr/?lang=en

17.05.2016 22:16, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Also comes in handy a little :)
"Elateridae of the Caribbean & Atlantic Islands and Southern North America and South America" ​​: https://www.sdstate.edu/ps/Severin-McDaniel/project-elater/caribbean-atlantic-southernnorthamerica/

06.04.2017 12:17, Vasiliy Feoktistov

Ресурс http://carabidae.org/ в одночасье стал платным (( Стоит теперь удовольствие пользоваться 50 евро в год (( Крутовато завернули на мой взгляд.
Теперь по моему пора завязывать с мыслью об использовании его в качестве основного по жужелицам.... Евгений, надо искать замену.

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