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Jack DeAngelis

U.S.
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I can answer questions in any area of entomology (study of insects, spiders, mites, ticks, and other terrestrial arthropods). Contact me about home and garden insects, insects that bite and sting, and insects that damage homes such as carpenter ants and termites.

Ed Saugstad

U.S.
Available
Will accept most questions in general entomology, including those related to medical entomology, taxonomy, ecology, arthropod surveillance, and pest management. If you are requesting a 'mystery bug' identification, PLEASE either attach an image to your question, or post an image on a web page (such as Flickr) so that I can look at it, as verbal descriptions frequently are insufficient for a definitive identification.

Sue Kayton

U.S.
Available
Silkworm expert. Have raised them as a hobby for 20 years. I do not identify unknown insects.

Jessica Mellinger

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about invertebrates native to California, including insects commonly found in homes. If you have an identification request, please attach a photo to your question.

Walter Hintz

U.S.
Available
I can answer any questions about insects and spiders.

Eric R. Eaton

U.S.
Maxed Out
I answer insect and spider identification questions ONLY. Attach images if possible. No "what bit me?", "what do I feed this bug in captivity?", or science fair project questions please. NO TECHNICAL QUESTIONS ABOUT INSECT PHYSIOLOGY.

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2016-06-28 incect identification:

Adam:    Nice images, thank you for sharing.    Those appear to be sweat bees in the genus Halictus, but I cannot be 100% certain without putting specimens under a microscope.    In any event, I

2016-06-27 Tiny bugs!! Please help.:

Talia,    Actually the photo is pretty good compared to some that I get! This is called a springtail and they are completely harmless, see http://www.livingwithbugs.com/springtails.html for a close-up

2016-06-27 Dead bugs found under bathroom sink:

Hi, Jen:    The insects in your image are actually beetles of some kind, probably a "stored product pest" that has infested some kind of dry food in the pantry.  Most beetles fly well, so they can end

2016-06-26 Can you identify this insect and tell me more about it?:

Sorry but I still can't see much detail, it is very difficult to see through the plastic. Your best option is to contact UConn Extension ( http://www.extension.uconn.edu/) and they will get you in contact

2016-06-26 Please Identify:

Dear Joaquin - This is a pupa of some kind of moth (impossible to tell exactly which kind from this video clip). The caterpillar it came from chose a poor location to undergo pupation; for species that

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