A list of external links and further reading that might be useful.

Forensic entomology sites

http://www.forensic-entomology.com/

The Website of Dr. J. H. Byrd author of "Forensic Entomology: the utility of arthropods in legal investigations"

http://www.eafe.org/

The European Association for Forensic Entomology 

Entomology Sites

http://www.royensoc.co.uk

The website of the Royal Entomological Society, Publishes a number of Handbooks for identification of British insect (may out  of print volumes are available on the site as pdf files) 

http://www.amentsoc.org/

The website of the Amatuer Entomological Society, publishes The Dipterists Handbook and Coleopterists Handbook, which provide infomation on collection methods. The society also produces a number of Journals

http://www.dipteristsforum.org.uk/

The Dipterists forum are the society for the study of british flies, they produce a journal (the Dipterists Digest) and a Bulletin

http://www.bioimages.org.uk/

The website of Malcolm Storey, a "virtual field guide" 

http://www.coleopterist.org.uk/

The Coleopterist is a Journal dedicated to British Coleoptera 

http://www.markgtelfer.co.uk

Mark Telfers website, often produces test keys

www.benhs.org.uk 

The Website of the British Entomological and Natural History Society

www.linnean.org 

The Linnean Society of London is the oldest active natural history society, and produces a number of Identification works

 

 

 Microscopy sites

http://www.rms.org.uk/  

The Royal Microscopical Society, produces a number of handbooks of interest to the entomologist

http://www.quekett.org/

The Quekett Microscopical club, has members who are both professionals and amateurs offering a wealth of experience