What’s that bug? New Northwest field guide makes it easy to find out

Seattle Times

Merrill Peterson knows few people are as passionate about insects as he is.

But you don’t have to share the Western Washington University biologist’s obsession to appreciate his new guide to the bounty of beetles, spittlebugs, antlions, lacewings, stoneflies, treehoppers, katydids and other six-legged invertebrates that make their homes in the Pacific Northwest. All it takes is curiosity and a question: “What’s that bug?”

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