The design of the insect fauna of forests and rangelands began in 1993 and ended in 2003, the abbreviation of which is as follows. Explain that the final report of the project is accessible through the Research Intelligence Center. The aim of this project is to recognize the biodiversity of animal reproductive organs in the country in order to protect and protect rare and rare species of insects.

In the Arthropod museum, species that are described for the first time in the world of science, such as Thrips aryubarzani (Thy .: Thripidae), or for the first time are reported from the country, such as Rhabdomiris striatellus striatellus (Hem .: Miridae).

In the implementation of this project, which was carried out in 22 provinces, visiting arthropods with appropriate methods was carried out at the level of forests and rains, where the vegetation was less damaged and grazed. The samples were killed using potassium cyanide or ethyl acetate and transferred to the laboratories in the Natural Resources and Animal Research Centers of the Provinces of the project for further steps. Insects were subjected to taxonomic studies after preparation, coding and recording of relevant information. Some specimens were identified in the provinces to family level and sometimes sex, and then from each insect, three samples were sent to the Museum of Arthropods of Forests and Rangelands at the Karaj Alborz Research Complex. To identify insects, books and scientific resources and identification keys and cooperation of relevant experts were used both inside and outside the country.

By the end of the second phase of the project (2003), in addition to the establishment of provincial collections, over 27,000 samples of cod insects were kept at the Museum of Arthropods in the Department of Forestry and Rangeland Research Support and Protection. The museum, established in 2000, is considered to be the main site for forest and pasture conservation in Iran. The highest number of samples belonged to Lepidoptera (31%) and Coleoptera (28%). Identification of samples of some insect orders such as Heteroptera and Orthoptera and some of Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera and Thysanoptera is carried out and is ongoing for others. From the Heteroptera order of more than 150 species, from the Coleoptera order of the families Cerambycidae 78 species and Scarabaeidae 28 species and from the Diptera family of the families Syrphidae 34 species, Tephritidae 11 species, Ephydridae 1 species, Lauxaniidae 2 species, Sciomyzidae 4 species and Ulidiidae 2 species Ultimate identification And verification is named. Of the Orthoptera order, 75 species and the genus Hymenoptera of the Apoidae family are 16. In the Lepidoptera Order, the day-trips have a total of 5 families and 100 species, and 22 families of night flying butterflies have been segregated into 18 families. Thysanoptera has been identified as 53 species. In addition, unidentified specimens belonging to the Heteroptera, Coleoptera (Scarabaeidae family) and Diptera (Syrphidae family) have been sent abroad for identification or confirmation of the name. So far, more than 39,000 samples from different insect tracts collected from the country's forests and rangelands have been preserved in this museum, many of which have been identified by domestic and foreign researchers, and have been published so that some species for the world Science and Von Iran have been new.

The highest numbers of specimens collected belong to the Coleoptera order with 19500 and then the Lepidoptera order with 7500 specimens.