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Insects

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Link Sweep netting for invertebrates on ground vegetation

Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of insects and other invertebrates using sweep nets. Aimed at students without previous...

Entomology, Insects, Ecological Survey techniques view
Link Insects and Spiders - The Natural History Museum in London

A comprehensive introduction to taxonomy and diversity of insects and spiders, including videos and identification guides. Generated by the...

Insects, Spiders, Butterflies, Biodiversity, Bumblebees, Taxonomy, Animal identification, Entomology, Arachnology view
Link Fly brain and gut

Beautiful confocal microscopy images of the brain and gut connections in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Produced by PhD student Paola...

Entomology, Nervous system, Fruit fly, Brain morphology, Insects view
Link Pitfall Trapping for Ground Dwelling Invertebrates

Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of insects and other invertebrates using pitfall traps. Aimed at students without previous...

Ecological Survey techniques, Arachnology, Spiders, Entomology, Insects view
Link BBC's natural history archive

BBC's collection of short video clips from some of their impressive natural history programmes. The clips show a variety of different animals and...

Natural history, Attenborough, timelapse photography, Dinosaurs, Garden wildlife, Insects view
Link Light Trapping For Invertebrates

Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of insects and other invertebrates using a light trap. Aimed at students without previous...

Ecological Survey techniques, Insects, Entomology view
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