Below is a list of sources that I have used to search information for this site. I have also had much valuable information given to me directly by various individuals.
De Prins, J. & De Prins, W. 2012. Afromoths, online database of Afrotropical moth species (Lepidoptera). World Wide Web electronic publication (www.afromoths.net)
This site has been of tremendous value to me in completing the information side of my pages. I use this site as a guide for the updated names of the various species featured on africanmoths and I am following the same classification system.
It is the first site I visit for information. The site is searchable for many differnet aspects of a species or family, including location and hostplants. It is based upon scientific names.
The Barcode of Life Data System.
This site has many photographs based upon DNA barcodes for each species. It is very useful for photographs if you already know the desired species and also contains some locational information. To identify an unknown species is much more difficult.
British Natural History Museum.
There are two good source pages which give me a lot of help, the names index - http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/lepindex/search/index.dsml? and the hostplants index - http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/hostplants/search/