Without the extraordinary efforts of Dr. Zeno Payne Metcalf and Virginia Wade
Burnside, his long-time assistant, the database presented here would not exist.
The DrMetcalf Partnership is also grateful to the many project participants
and collaborators: Gregory K. Raschke (Associate Director for Collections
& Scholarly Communications, NCSU Libraries); Shirley L. Rodgers (Principal Developer,
Information Technology, NCSU Libraries); Steven P. Morris (Head, NCSU Digital
Library Initiatives); Debbie Currie, Eleanor M. Smith, and Deborah H. Westmoreland (currently or formerly NCSU Libraries); Barry D. Gaskins (Applications Programmer, NCSU Digital Library); Lisa M. Fiedor (NCSU Learning
Technology Service); Whitney E. Berman, Susan E. Bello, Jennifer R. Bulger,
Lisa R. Carter, Laura A. Capell Knodel, Linda A. McCormick, and J. Patrick Webber, and the late Bernard F. McTigue (currently or formerly NCSU Libraries'
Special Collections); Colin D. Anderson-Evans, James R. Baker, Robert L. Blinn, Andrew R. Deans,
Hillary C. Gillock, P. Sterling Southern, Audrey L. Wagner, and Brian M. Wiegmann (currently or formerly Department
of Entomology, NCSU); Christopher H. Dietrich (Illinois Natural History Survey
and University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois); Stuart H. McKamey (Systematic
Entomology Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture c/o National
Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.); and Matthew S. Wallace (East
Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania). Numerous colleagues assisted with the
preparation of the pages describing the insect groups and the compilation of
Selected Recent References and Web links, as attributed in each of these sections.
Reviewers of Web links included: Charles R. Bartlett, Eric L. Blinka, Jason
R. Cryan, Chrisopher H. Dietrich, Herbert Nickel, Lois B. O'Brien, Roman A.
Rakitov, Allen F. Sanborn, Christof F. Stumpf, Daniela M. Takiya, Vinton N.
Thompson, Matthew S.Wallace, Michael D. Webb, M. Kate Whitley, and James N.
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This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation (Grants NSF DEB-9978026, PEET Program, DEB-9815867, and NSF DBI-0847924) and North Carolina State University (NCSU Libraries and N.C. Agricultural Research Service).
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