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Insect Pheromones: Mastering Communication to Control Pests

This National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Web site contains an interesting, in-depth article on the use of insect pheromones in pest management. The article is one of many from Beyond Discovery: The Path from Research to Human Benefit; a NAS-sponsored series designed to demonstrate "how science works by illustrating how basic research produces knowledge that can lead to practical results of human...
University of Wisconsin-Madison Zoology Museum Collection

A recent addition to the University of Wisconsin-Madison digital collections, the Zoology Museum (UWZM) Collection includes digitized versions of heavily illustrated biological journals, a few dated as early as 1859, and the majority from the first half of the 20th century, allowing visitors to page through the published observations of naturalists in the field. In addition to searching, journals...
Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections

Texas A&M University has crafted this unique and wonderful collection of materials for use by the scientific community and anyone else with an interest in natural history and other matters. The collections here are maintained by staff and faculty at the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences and they are updated on a regular basis. On the site, the Collections area contains separate links...
Tetrapod Zoology

Tetrapod Zoology is part podcast, part blog. The platform is "devoted to discussion, research, discovery, and speculation," about all things tetrapod ("amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, and all of their extinct relatives."). Zoologist Darren Naish and Paleontological Artist John Conway co-host the podcast, which has more than 70 episodes as of this write-up. Listeners may be drawn to the...