The Museum manages collections and conducts research relating to a variety of insects.
Learn about the Apterygota, a class of primitive insects with no wings.
Learn more about Coleoptera or beetles, one of the largest groups of organisms on the planet.
Discover more about the different groups of flies.
Hemiptera are known as the true bugs. They are the fifth largest order of insects with over 80,000 species worldwide.
Learn more about one of the largest orders of insects, including bees and wasps.
Learn more about the Lepidoptera, a large order of insects that contains moths and butterflies.
Discover more about dragonflies, mayflies and lacewings here.
Learn more about the fascinating orders of Orthopteroidea, which includes locusts, cockroaches and stick insects.
Fleas belong to the insect order Siphonaptera. Learn more about these wingless insects.