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Our Readership is constantly inquiring about a great field guide for insect identification. Eric Eaton’s
new book, Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America is now in its second printing. Look for it at your local bookstore or buy directly from Amazon.

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… and we hope you like our new user friendly format. We have spent many long hours in this transition, and we are confident the changes will make our site easier for you to use and navigate. Please contact us with any comments, problems, suggestions, praise… Autumn is here and we are swamped. Our summer vacation has ended. We are returning to the classroom and numerous time consuming responsibilities. This means we will not be able to answer or post as many letters. We are setting a strict time limit of only 30 minutes per day allotted to answering your numerous requests, so most will be ignored. We are getting about 100 letters per day and can only post a few. We can email short answers to a few more. Getting our attention is the luck of the draw. Chances are quite good that the insect you want identified might already be in our archives. Please try our search engine or click the links on the left side of the homepage. Don’t forget to scroll down to see our most recent postings and you can see the alphabetized archive of links on the lower left.

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We’re Doing a Lecture at the Getty
What’s That Bug? has been asked to present two Point of View lectures at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles on July 25, 2008. The lectures are in conjunction with the exhibit Maria Sibylla Merian & Daughters: Women of Art and Science curated by Stephanie Schrader. The lectures at 4:30 and 6 PM are open to the public. Sign up at the Museum Information Desk beginning at 3 pm on July 25. The J. Paul Getty Museum is located at 1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049.


When not online, the editorial staff of What’s That Bug” is in the garden researching your bug questions. Are we experts yet?

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Hi there.
I have enjoyed your site very much. Here is my problem. I am a grad student in education at East Stroudsburg U. and I would like to cite What’s That Bug as a resource for a project. I can’t seem to find any infomration on who you guys are, and how you know so much about bugs. I’m not asking for names and addresses, obviously, just something I can include in my paper? Please? BTW, the homebody site and knitting site are cool too.
Thanks!
Sue Chew

Hi Sue,
Lisa Anne and Daniel both have Master of Fine Arts degrees from Art Center College of Design. Daniel is the Chairman of Media Arts at Los Angeles City College. Lisa Anne and Daniel both teach Photography at Los Angeles City College. Daniel teaches Design 1 for Film and Advertising at Art Center College of Design. Lisa Anne teaches Photography at University of Southern California. The truth is, the site is an art project.

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Recently, Dave, who worked on the radio transmitter project to track the migration of Anax junius, the Green Darner Dragonfly, proposed selling his awesome Retro posters of Bug Love on our site. A percentage
of the proceeds goes to insect conservation. What’s That Bug? fully endorses this ad and these beautiful posters and we are not making any profit off of the sales.

So, contact Dave via his email… and tell him What’s That Bug? sent you.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination