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July 24, 2012 -- Submitted by Justin Anderson, a reader from Las Vegas, who is affiliated with the site.

Pestnet is a comprehensive resource for kids and adults who are interested in learning about specific pests and bugs. Kids can learn about common pests and how we share our environment with them.

Information About Bugs

April 17, 2012 -- Submitted by Nikki Mason, a reader from Las Vegas, NV, who is not affiliated with the site.

Tons of Information about Pests, Bugs, Insects and other creepy crawlies. Great to learn about this vital part of our ecosystem.

A lot of information about bees, including types of bees found worldwide and the history of bees. There is a section devoted to information on bees for kids. There is also a listing of factors affecting the decline of the bee.

Florida 4-H BugClub

June 15, 2000 -- From Joe Jonovich, a reader from University of Florida, USA who is affiliated with the site

The Florida 4-H BugClub is open to all youth and youth leaders interested in learning more about insects. Membership is free and you do not have to live in Florida or be a member of 4-H! The website includes activities, teacher resources, links to related sites, and events such as weekly trivia questions. A Spanish version is now available.

Insecta Inspecta World

August 30, 1999 -- From a teacher from Fremont, Calif. who is affiliated with the site

Insects, they’re everywhere! The Insecta Inspecta team investigates termites, ants, bees, butterflies, beetles, fleasand many other insects with great scientific accuracy. The connections between history, science and art are clever.Comic bug cartoons sprinkled throughout the site offer unexpected entertainment along with genuinely well researched entomology. Insecta Inspecta World was built under the critical review of the Smithsonian Museum, NMNH for its 1999 Bugfest celebration on the Mall. The world is covered in bugs, so shouldn’t you know a little bit about them?