Insects, Spiders…

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Butterflies

Butterflies that commonly enter gardens in Perthfact sheetdownload pdf XCommon name
Friends of Queens park invertebratesonlineopen access XG, S
Rare Butterflies of the South West.Bookfor sale XG, S
Butterflies of the south westBookfor sale XG, S

Bees

Friends of Queens park invertebratesonlineopen access XG, S

Bugs

Friends of Queens park invertebratesonlineopen access XG, S
Bugs in the backyardBookfor sale XG, S

Aquatic Bugs

A Guide to Wetland Invertebrates of Southwestern Australia.Bookfor sale XComplete
Water facts: Water quality and
macroinvertebrates
Fact sheetdownload pdf XG, S

NameResource typeAccessibilityMapsPhotosTaxonomic coverage

Butterflies

Butterflies that commonly enter gardens in PerthFact sheet download pdf XCommon name
Butterfly friendly gardensFact sheet download pdf G, S
Friends of Queens park invertebratesonlineopen access XG, S
Rare Butterflies of the South West.Bookfor sale XG, S
Butterflies of the south westBookfor sale XG, S

Bees

Friends of Queens park invertebratesonlineopen access XG, S
Native bees of Western Australia fact sheet download pdf XG, S
Native Beesfact sheet download pdf XG, S

Bugs

Moths are in the air onlineopen access X
Friends of Queens park invertebratesonlineopen access XG, S
Bugs in the backyardBookfor sale XG, S

Aquatic Bugs

A Guide to Wetland Invertebrates of Southwestern Australia.Bookfor sale XComplete
Water facts: Water quality and
macroinvertebrates
Fact sheetdownload pdf XG, S

Academic papers

Dover, J. W. & Rowlingson, B. (2005). The western jewel butterfly (Hypochrysops halyaetus): factors affecting adult butterfly distribution within native Banksia bushland in an urban setting. Biological Conservation, 122, 599-609.request from author
Horwitz Pierre, Rogan Ruth, Halse Stuart, Davis Jenny, Sommer Bea (2009) Wetland invertebrate richness and endemism on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 60, 1006-1020request from author
Rossbach, M. & Majer, J. (1983). A preliminary survey of the ant fauna of the Darling Plateau and Swan Coastal Plain near Perth, Western Australia.Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 66, 85-90.download pdf
Williams, M. R. (2009). Butterflies and day-flying moths in a fragmented urban landscape, south-west Western Australia: patterns of species richness. Pacific Conservation Biology, 15, 32-46.request from author

Taxonomic Coverage indicates the level of identification provided. Key : Common name or F = to family level, G= to genus, S = to species