Great Insect-Related WebsitesAussie Bee Website – a comprehensive website with lots of great photos and info on Australian Native bees. Discover which bees live in your area & you can even start your own native stingless bee hive!
Australian Entomological Supplies – suppliers of everything you need to catch, collect, study & keep insects.
Museum – The Bugwise page is a great resource for
schools, allowing them
explore the world of invertebrates and engages students in real science
Bugs for Bugs - a great website for learning more about biocontrol – using insects to control pests in our crops. It includes some amazing close up photos of pest insects & their enemies in action.
CSIRO Entomology – learn about the latest exciting insect research projects, download fact sheets and access the Australian Insect Common Names database (great for identifying insects).
DAFF Fire Ants – learn all about fire ants, why they are a pest and how we are trying to get rid of them from our environment. Great free school resources available.
Dr Popples’ cicadas - Learn more about the different types of cicadas in Australia and listen to recordings of their songs.
Entomology Australia – hosts information on Entomology Curriculum Australia (ECA), a series of tertiary level subjects in entomology available via distance education to anyone anywhere in Australia, as well as featured research, news, and useful entomology education links for primary and secondary teacher.
Mount Glorious Biological Centre – breeders of Australian butterflies & stick insects; suppliers of entomological equipment & makers of beautiful insect display cases.
Museum Victoria Bugs – play the fantastic online Bug Catcher game, where you can go behind the scene and explore, collect and sort bugs for the Museum’s insect collection.
Queensland Museum – great fact sheets about insects, spiders and other animals.
Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network – learn about the plight of the vulnerable Richmond Birdwing Butterfly and take active steps to aid in its recovery and conservation.
Sugarbag – loads of information on Australia’s native stingless bees, how to keep them and the products they produce. You can even buy your own hive or purchase a copy of Tim Heard’s amazing new book on keeping Australian native stingless bees.
Tree of Life – learn all about how insects fit into the tree of life. Find out about their close relatives, explore the different groups of insects and learn all about the diversity of insects. Beautiful photos and hand-drawn images.