The Wheeler Lab
Professor Quentin Wheeler's insect morphology and taxonomy lab at Cornell University.
USDA Systematic Entomology Lab
The USDA Systematic Entomology Lab (SEL) specializes in insects important to agriculture in the United States. S.W. Lingafelter, E. Richard Hoebeke's collaborator on the Asian Longhorned Beetle project, is a staff scientist at SEL. Contains a section devoted to Coleoptera (beetles).
An international society devoted to the study of beetles.
Cornell University Insect Collection
General information on Cornell's collection of 5 - 6 million insects representing 200,000+ species.
Tree of Life: Phylogeny & Biodiversity
The Tree of Life is a collection of over 1700 Web pages containing information about the diversity of life. These pages are housed on 20 computers in four countries, and are authored by biologists from around the world.
Cornell Department of Entomology
Cornell's Department of Entomology has responsibility in the areas of teaching, research, and extension. It is a unit of the New York State College of Agriculture & Life Sciences and the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Among entomology departments in the U.S., the department is unique in that it is a part of a university that is both an endowed and land-grant institution. It is also unusual in that it has equal strengths in basic and applied aspects of entomology. The department has the responsibility to increase our knowledge of insects and to apply this knowledge to benefit society.