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Resources in Entomology and Wildlife Ecology

Resources in this Guide are intended to support the study and teaching of entomology and insect ecology, as well as the wildlife ecology subject areas of environmental science, wildlife conservation, ecosystems, land management, and mammalian and avian biology.

Included in this Guide are resources in a variety of formats, including:

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  • Resources freely available on the Web
  • Local University Resources
 

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