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Collecting Insects __ "The best insect collecting is often in diverse habitats.
A vegetable or flower garden or landscaped facility such as a park, arboretum or
zoo will usually have multiple plantings of many different types of plants. But
make sure that you have permission to collect first." A general overview of the
hobby. - illustrated - From unl.edu -
Insect Collecting __ "Although a great deal of profitable entertainment may be
had by simply watching insects, many of us wish to collect and preserve examples
of the species that interest us most. This can easily be done,..." Learn how in
this brief overview. - From inquiry.net -
Insect collecting __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to
related materials. "The collecting of butterflies is perhaps most popular, with
beetles in second place." - illustrated - From wikipedia -
University of Kentucky Entomology for Kids __ "Insects are everywhere!!
Insects are often encountered, at least with a little searching, in homes,
yards, around building foundations, basements, crawl spaces, flower or vegetable
gardens that are NOT heavily sprayed with pesticides, around lights at night,
near streams and lakes, abandoned fields, parks, and forests." OK, now that
gives you someplace to start. You will find a lot more information here. - From
University of Kentucky -