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Department of Entomology

Department of Entomology
123 W. Waters Hall
1603 Old Claflin Place
Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-4004

785-532-6154
785-532-6232 fax
entomology@ksu.edu

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Useful publications for 4H

4-H Entomology Project Materials available from Publications Department

Additional Reference Materials

Other References

Butterflies in Kansas: This slick cardstock wheel has two layers. Around the rim, it shows the state’s 16 most common butterfly species as adults. Cutouts in the smaller top layer rotate to reveal pictures of the caterpillar and cocoon (pupa) that go with each adult. The wheel also includes the butterflies’ common and scientific names, as well as the plants each caterpillar prefers, interesting facts, and Web site addresses for more information. butterfly wheel order form

Insects in Kansas. Information on how to order the book "Insects in Kansas"

Collection Kits- sold by the Kansas State University Entomology Club. Master list and order information available at http://entomology.k-state.edu/for-students/popenoe-entomology-club/ffa.html.

Other Sites of Potential Interest

4-H Cooperative Curriculum System Entomology Project Materials (Insectaganza) Three entomology activity guides and a helpers guide explore the amazing world of insects including their arthropod relatives.

Common Names of Insects and Other Related Organisms (A database by the Entomological Society of America)

Caught On the Web (Links to additional information of interest to young entomologists)

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