Online indexes - sometimes called databases - provide you with citations to journal articles, book chapters, etc. published by both academic and popular publishers. Each index has its own "look," but most will allow searches by keyword(s), subject(s), author(s), title, and/or source (journal title, book title, etc.).
Listed below, in alphabetical order, are indexes through which you can discover and access information relevant to entomology. In some cases, full-text content is available in the index (look for links to HTML content and/or a PDF); for others, check on full-text availability by choosing the Find This for Me button.
Titles listed in alphabetical order
Google Scholar is a search engine that points you to scholarly literature; it is particularly good at discovering publications that are freely-accessible online. For best results, use Google Scholar as one of several tools in your literature search - combine Google Scholar searches with those in relevant online indexes found in the "Online Indexes" list.
Google Scholar can alert you to materials available from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries. Choose the Google Scholar link above, or the link found on the Libraries' E-Resources page. Look for Find This for Me in your results to link to materials provided by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries.