external links:



SABAH PARKS' Website

Martin Pfeiffer Homepage

Malaysian Nature Society

WWF Malaysia

other ANTSITES:


http://www.antweb.org California Academy of Science
The top ant site! Brian Fisher's wonderful page on ants of all parts of the world. The main source of ant science on the web!

Ants of New Guinea A marvelous site on the (yet) little studied ant fauna of Papua New Guinea. Don't miss it!

http://www.antdiversityindia.com by Dr. Himender Bharti

NEW: Ants of Ecuador A great site on the ant fauna of Ecuador!

NEW: Pheidole of Tiputini An introduction to Pheidole and other leaf litter ants at the Tiputini Biodiversity Station in Amazonian Ecuador, provided by Amy Mertl

Lasius The biggest website on ants in Russia and Central Asia. Mostly in Cyrillic, but with very interesting Articles and features.

http://www.myrmecos.net/ has moved to alexanderwild.com and shows even more of Alex Wild's most beautiful ant image galleries. Check out his new and improved website!

Japanese Ant Image Database on internet since 1995

An Antist in Asia The beautiful home page of Katsuyuki Eguchi on Vietnamese and Japanese ants. Have a look!

Ants of Borneo by Yoshiaki HASHIMOTO (including a key to subfamilies)

Kekomuurahaisten vaikutus puuston kasvuun ja hiilen sekä ravinteiden virtaan metsäekosysteemissä?
If you ever wanted to find out about the answer to this question, check out the the website of the finnish ANTS-project!

The Paraguay Collection of the RBINS The objective of this website is to provide rapidly information about the numerous morphospecies (unnamed species diagnosed by standard taxonomic procedures) collected and to provide detailed data about the ant distribution and morphology. With many SEM pictures and very useful taxonommic identification keys of Ants.

Borneensis BORNEENSIS is a central collection facility at the Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah mainly funded by the Malaysian Government through the Ministry of Education with assistance from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The reference collection is a repository facility to keep dead specimen, germplasm and traditional knowledge. BORNEENSIS aims to become the center for the taxonomic studies of flora and fauna as well as to provide information on the use of plants and animals among ethnic groups in Borneo.

The Ants of Egypt Very interesting and informative site about this yet little studied ant fauna

The Cachoeira Nature Reserve - Beautiful website from Jochen Bihn on Brazilian Ants. With many Automontage pictures and a lot of further interesting information.

Lasius neglectus, a polydomous sometimes invasive species by Xavier Espadaler

Australian Myrmecology Gallery by R.W. Taylor

The Nerve Center Ants of Arizona

Christiana Klingenberg's Ant-net Ants of Baden-Württemberg (Germany) and others...

World Geographical Distribution of Ant Genera
World Geographical Distribution Maps of 277 Genera, based on the data in Bolton's checklist "A New General Catalogue of the Ants of the World" (1995)

Ants of Costa Rica by John T. Longino at www.evergreen.edu (with nice, digitally processed Pheidole pictures from E.O. Wilson's famous book)

Pest ants in Hawai

Ants in Hongkong

Hormigas!

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