I am a freelance naturalist, endlessly fascinated by the interconnections of all the living and nonliving things around me. I am the lead author of Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates (Stackpole Books, 2010), and continue to collect photographs and information on this subject. These days I am especially drawn to galls, leaf mines, and other plant-insect interactions. For more about my work, visit CharleyEiseman.com and NorthernNaturalists.com (my joint site with Noah Charney). I live in western Massachusetts.
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I’m always interested in trying to solve natural history mysteries, bug-related or otherwise. If you’ve got one you’re puzzling over, feel free to send it to me at email@example.com.