My current project is a book on North American leaf-mining insects. An academic publisher is currently contemplating whether such a thing is marketable.
Books, chapters, and articles
Eiseman, Charley. 2013. “‘Finicky’ feeders: specialized insects all around us.” Wild Ones 26(2):1-10.
Eiseman, Charley. 2013. “‘Finicky’ insects: specialized feeders all around us.” In Michael Dover, Caroline Hanna and Rebecca Reid (eds.): Earth Matters: Essays on the Nature of the Pioneer Valley. Amherst, MA: Levellers Press.
Eiseman, Charley and Noah Charney. 2010. Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books. 582 pp. [Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award and the Choice Magazine academic book award.]
Eiseman, Charley. 2006. “Lessons from a bobcat’s trail.” Natural New England 28:52-55.
André, H. M. and J. K. N’Dri. 2012. Bréviaire de taxonomie des acariens. Abc Taxa 13:1-186.
Jones, M. and L. Willey. 2012. Eastern Alpine Guide: Ecology, Conservation, and Recreation Above Treeline in Eastern North America. Burlington, VT: Huntington Graphics. 348 pp. [photos of various flora and fauna scattered throughout]
Voolma, Kaljo. 2011. „Kukehari” künnapuulehel ja teised jalaka pahktäid. Eesti Loodus. [photo of an aphid]
National Park Service. 2006. Appalachian Trail Vital Signs. [all of the bird photos]
There is a chapter about exploring a city block with me in:
Horowitz, Alexandra. 2013. On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes. New York: Scribner. 308 pp.