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Nov 03, 2005 06:51 |  #16

some useful links from my website for UK bug IDs. = Latest Photographs of British Butterflies and other Wildlife

:D :D If anyone needs to ID some sheep, I'll send them here! ;)

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Nov 19, 2005 16:44 |  #17

Here's a really good site for identifying many different type & species of just about everything. You can also make your own wildlife guide here to keep a list of what ever you have spotted. Enjoy!

http://www.enature.com​/home/ (external link)

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Nov 29, 2005 13:26 |  #18

US Geological Survey (external link)


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Mar 27, 2006 15:01 |  #19

I like www.whatbird.com (external link) for birds in NA. It has a fairly handy search tool using different criteria. It has about 900 species IIRC. It can be a little slow, though.


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Mar 29, 2006 18:18 as a reply to  @ In2Photos's post |  #20

This is a good one for dragon and damsels.

http://odonatacentral.​bfl.utexas.edu/default​.asp (external link)


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Apr 01, 2006 00:36 |  #21

I just wanted to add one site. I run a site called www.MountainNature.com (external link) which is a guide to 800 plants, animals, birds and landforms. We've added records for hundreds more that we'll be adding ID info in the future. They don't all have photos (we'd love submissions), but it already gets some 800,000 page views annually making it one of the busiest nature sites out there. We'll also be adding more details on photography as well. We don't have an insect section yet (I'm only one guy), but perhaps in the future. Microsoft called it "outstanding" and it's continually growing - I can't help it, I'm an ID guy with a camera. Sorry for the shameless plug but it seemed to fit the topic.


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Nice links, I like them!


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Jun 18, 2007 03:19 as a reply to  @ gubak1's post |  #23

I was searching the net for some insect identifications and came across thess sites which I thought might be of some use for people.
http://www.kendall-bioresearch.co.uk/bugi​ndx.htm (external link)
http://www.britishnatu​re.co.uk/Amphibians/In​dex.html (external link)


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Oct 03, 2007 08:01 |  #24

One for the ID of Aussie ants to Genus level.
http://www.ento.csiro.​au …e/ants/identifi​cation.htm (external link)


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Apr 21, 2008 16:41 |  #25

thanks nice links




  
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Jul 15, 2008 14:42 |  #26

UK Damsels and Dragons:

http://www.dragonflyso​c.org.uk/ (external link)


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Jun 15, 2010 19:59 |  #27

Here is one I didn't see listed for birds as of yet. It's from Cornell University.

http://www.allaboutbir​ds.org …munity/Page.asp​x?pid=1189 (external link)


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May 19, 2012 01:08 |  #28

Here's one for moths and butterflies--
http://www.butterflies​andmoths.org/gallery (external link)

You should combine and organize everyone's links and put them into your first post so they are easier to find.


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