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Old 07-29-2010, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default Missouri Prairie Foundation's photo field guide to prairie invertebrates

The Missouri Prairie Foundation has published an online PDF for quick identification of Missouri prairie invertebrates. Contains 60 pages of photos of butterflies, moths, dragonflies, wasps, bees, ants, katydids, grasshoppers, crickets, true bugs, beetles, flies, mantids, and spiders.

Kudos to the Missouri Prairie Foundation (and Shelly Cox, Debbie Cundiff, Debbie Banks, James Trager, and Steve Scott) for creating this wonderful resource!


Excerpt from above PDF:
MISSOURI PRAIRIES and GRASSLANDS are home to some of the most beautiful and diverse invertebrate life of any other natural habitat in Missouri. Within this guide you will be introduced to some of the most commonly seen insects and spiders that call Missouri prairie and grasslands home.
The Missouri Prairie Foundation's website is here: Missouri Prairie Foundation
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