About

Welcome to the Living With Insects Blog.

This is a forum for exploring all subjects touching upon insects and arthropods. Comments are encouraged but moderated to encourage a thoughtful community. Contact the author for submissions, links and suggestions for topics of interest to the community.

About the Author.

Jonathan Neal  has a PhD in Entomology and teaches at Purdue University. This blog is the property of Jonathan Neal and not an official publication of Purdue University. He is the author of the book by the title:  Living With Insects (2010).

20 Responses to About

  1. jjneallwi says:

    Contact the author about this blog at: LivingWithInsects@gmail.com

  2. Nice blog, Jonathan. I’ve added you to my “Insects & Invertebrates” blogroll.
    Regards–ted

  3. Dr. Art Evans says:

    Jonathan,

    I am enjoying your blogs very much and have inserted a link your page in my blogroll.

    All the best! ART

  4. Laura says:

    Beautiful blog! My interest in insects is artistic, but as I let them inspire me, I should perhaps get to know them better. I’ll be reading regularly.

  5. Sally Cole says:

    Hi Jonathan, My six year old budding entomologist would like to receive your blog posts as emails to my email address – is that possible? Sally

  6. Sally Cole says:

    Hmm..wait, I think I might have enabled this by checking “notify me of new posts via email.” Do let me know – we enjoy your blog very much -great photos!

  7. brownyneal says:

    I usually post once every day.
    You can subscribe to the RSS feed and it will notify you automatically.
    Thanks for your interest.

  8. What a great blog and breathtaking photography! I have only read a few posts, but I’m excited to catch up on the older ones.

  9. George Sims says:

    Just discovered your blog today, through a link from The Dragonfly Woman. I’m adding a link to my blog, “The Bugs of Booger County”. Great work

  10. Do says:

    Great Blog!

  11. quietcolors says:

    Love the photography on your blog! (and nice choice of theme =P)

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  13. HEXAPODA says:

    A very interesting and informative blog. Keep up the great work!

  14. Ian Pyper says:

    Hi, thought you might be interested in my fun colouring book – http://www.pelekinesis.com/catalog/ian_pyper-bugs_of_the_future_primitive.html

  15. petrel41 says:

    Congratulations!

    I have nominated your blog for the Versatile Blogger Award.

    More about this nomination is at

    http://dearkitty1.wordpress.com/2013/06/24/versatile-blogger-award-thanks-julianne-victoria/

  16. petrel41 says:

    Congratulations!

    I have nominated your blog for the Blog Of The Year 2013 Award.

    More about this nomination is at

    http://dearkitty1.wordpress.com/2013/11/28/blog-of-the-year-2013-award-thanks-tamara-and-horty/

  17. Sarah Gibbons says:

    Please give me more details as to how exactly this works and if there are any costs involved. Please don’t have anyone call me, just send me an email reply. Thank you. Sarah.

  18. caitlin says:

    i would like o become a member i got a lot spider picters you may like

  19. Sandra says:

    My husband just got bit by one of these things. Do we need to worry? He has heart problems?

  20. jjneal says:

    Most spiders don’t produce a reaction. If signs of allergic reaction or other distress appear, it is wise to get medical attention.

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