Sorry for cross postings. I'm preparing a report on the arthropod
biodiversity that has been found alive inside our museum and am curious if
any of you know of any publications that focus on this topic inside one or
more museums.

I'm specifically interested in publications that include data on *non-pest
species *as well as pest species. I'm sure there's a plethora of IPM
documents and other reports on pests and how to handle them.

Also, I'm interested in publications with data on one or more specific
museums, not just generalized "how-to" information.



Derek S. Sikes, Curator of Insects
Professor of Entomology
University of Alaska Museum
1962 Yukon Drive
Fairbanks, AK   99775-6960

phone: 907-474-6278
FAX: 907-474-5469

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