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Why study insects and spiders?

On 01/01/2001, a mid summer night in Brisbane, we found a beetle in our backyard. At that time we could only tell it was a beetle, we did not know its name, why it was there and nothing else. Spent a little time on the internet and library we found that it was a male Rhinoceros Beetle. It was there because it was the beetle's mating season.
At the same time, we learnt how to build web site. We found that it was convenience to put the beetle information in a web page so that we can check the information easier.
To make our web page look better, we needed some insect pictures. We had cameras which were used for taking family photos. With some practices, we found it was not too difficult to take insect and spider pictures. After a few years, our photography skill had been improved, we used better cameras and learnt more about insects, then we built this web site
The more we learnt about insects and spiders, the more we understood about Evolution. Listed left-hand side on this page are the information that we had learnt from insects. For information about spiders, please visit our spiders web pages. 
As you may have noticed, there are many errors and mistakes in this web site. We are currently adding information as well as correcting our web site. We hope some days later we can publish our Brisbane Insects and Spiders Web Site CD publicly.  
Please spend some time to go through the following pages.
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Last updated: September 01, 2013.