First, you will need to search for your species of interest. Once you are on the search results page you can access your plant or insect species page by clicking on the name of the species highlighted in blue.
Data specific to your search can be accessed by clicking "Download Results (CSV)" in the upper right hand corner of the search results page.
The results of a search are always returned in the same format. The number of records returned by your search is presented in the upper left hand corner of the results page. Insects related to your search are presented in an alphabetized taxonomic hierarchy on the left, which can be expanded or contracted with the use of the filter in the upper left corner.
Butterflies and Moths of North America provides information on the biology, distribution, and identification of lepidopterans. Bamona also allows users to create regional checklists of species.
Discover Life features many useful tools such as insect identification keys and maps of species occurrence.
Bugguide centers on photography and is a good place to seek help with tricky arthropod identifications.
United States Geological Survey,
- Bombus pensylvanicus is one of the most widespread bumble bee species in North America, ranging from coast to coast.
- Like most bumble bees, Bombus pensylvanicus is a social insect who cooperates with close relatives to raise offspring.
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