- Collembola/springtails from around the world. The largest existing gallery that compiles photographs of Collembola throughout the world.
- https://www.animailes.com/portfolio/la-microfaune-et-mesofaune-du-sol/ : Philippe Lebeaux's gallery, "The" collembola photographer.
- https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeromepi/albums : Jérôme Picard photo gallery - Collemboles are in a good place, classified by specific albums.
My personal photos
Sites dedicated to springtails:
- http://www.collembola.org/ : Reference site held by Frans Janssens, member of the Royal Society of Entomology of Antwerp. Laboratory Associate of the Department of Biology, Group of Evolutionary Ecology of the University of Antwerp, Belgium.
- http://collembole.free.fr/www.stevehopkin.co.uk/collembolamaps/index.html A must-see site by Steve Hopkin, a great global specialist who recently disappeared.
Other useful links:
- http://www.myrmecofourmis.fr/ : Site to visit, for all the curious of the Nature.
- https://www.insecte.org/spip.php?rubrique25 : Reference site with a forum and an image gallery "The world of insects"
- http://aramel.free.fr/INSECTES6-1.shtml : An unavoidable site, held by the entomologist Alain Ramel. I highly recommend.
- http://www.bioone.org/doi/10.5252/z2017n3a1 : Site where one can download the PDF of the "catalog of springtails in France" established by J.M. Thibaud.
- http://passion-entomologie.fr/: Website of Benoît Gilles, researcher and entomologist who offers an online magazine for all lovers of entomology.
- https://www.aquanat-photo.fr/ : Website of Jerome Picard, which deserves a visit. Very beautiful illustrations including a portfolio for springtails and many other content that will delight nature lovers.
- https://tifaeris.wordpress.com/entognathes/collemboles/ The "Jessica Nature Notebooks" site is worth a visit. In addition to the part reserved for springtails, it is rich in sumptuous images and it is particularly well informed.