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Toe Biter
I’m currently in Iraq on my 2nd tour and found this guy walking around our hanger. After snapping a few photos I went about the task of trying to identify it. Found out that its a toe biter. Good thing I didnt let my hands get to close. I set him free when I was done to prevent someone from killing him. Well the next night I came to work, I found him squished on the ground. I will keep looking for more now. We have Dung Beetles here too if you want a pic I will get one for your site.
Jerrad

Hi Jerrad,
Thanks for sending your photo of a Toe-Biter. We look forward to getting your Dung Beetle image. We also want to wish you a safe and speedy return home.

Request from a book publisher
photograph consent for ‘TOE BITER’
Location:  Iraq
September 7, 2010 3:04 am
Hello,
We are the educational publisher in Korea and going to publish Science book for children.  We were looking for the photograph for ’Toe Biter’ and found absolutely beautiful one from your site.  Would you give us the generous consent to use this photo?  Longing for the good answer from you.
Thank you and best wishes,
Judy JANG
Manager
Foreign Rights & Contracts Department
DCTY Co., Ltd.
943-1, DoGok-Dong, GangNam-Gu
Seoul, 135-270, KOREA
Phone: 82-2-529-7878 (Extension 215)
Fax: 82-2-572-0085
http://www.dctybooks.com
judybawdon@hotmail.com
judy@dcty.co.kr
Signature:  DCTY

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3 Responses to Toe-Biter from Iraq

  1. judybawdon says:

    Hello,

    We are the educational publisher in Korea and going to publish Science book for children.

    We were looking for the photograph for ’Toe Biter’ and found absolutely beautiful one from your site.

    Toe-Biter from Iraq
    Posted by danielj April 11th, 2008 at 12:00 am
    Categories
    Toe Biters and other Aquatic True Bugs

    https://www.whatsthatbug.com/2008/04/11/toe-biter-from-iraq-2/#translate-en

    Would you give us the generous consent to use this photo?

    Longing for the good answer from you.

    Thank you and best wishes,

    Judy JANG

    Manager
    Foreign Rights & Contracts Department

    DCTY Co., Ltd.
    943-1, DoGok-Dong, GangNam-Gu
    Seoul, 135-270, KOREA

    Phone: 82-2-529-7878 (Extension 215)
    Fax: 82-2-572-0085

    http://www.dctybooks.com
    judybawdon@hotmail.com
    judy@dcty.co.kr

    Signature:
    DCTY

    • bugman says:

      Thank you for your interest in our website Judy. The photographer always owns the image copyright, but we reserve the right to post people’s submitted letters and photographs online and to publish them in What’s That Bug? authorized publications. We occasionally get requests for the use of imagery for nonprofit use or for educational purposes, and since one of our main missions is to educate the public, we generally give permission to reproduce imagery in those situations. You have our permission to reproduce this image in your educational book for children. Please credit What’s That Bug? and Jerrad the photographer since that is how he signed his letter.

  2. judybawdon says:

    Dear Bugman,

    Thank you very much for the permission.

    I will promise to include the credit for What’s That Bug? and Jerrad and send you couple of published books.

    Thank you and best wishes,

    Judy JANG

    Manager
    Foreign Rights & Contracts Department

    DCTY Co., Ltd.
    943-1, DoGok-Dong, GangNam-Gu
    Seoul, 135-270, KOREA

    Phone: 82-2-529-7878 (Extension 215)
    Fax: 82-2-572-0085

    http://www.dctybooks.com
    judybawdon@hotmail.com
    judy@dcty.co.kr

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