A Wonderful Journey into the Insect World through Literature, Science, Art, and Popular Culture Aristotle on metamorphosis
- Alfred Russel Wallace on the rare butterflies of the Malay Archipelago
- Jean–Henri Fabre on the art of the dung beetle
- Dave Barry on naming the U.S. Official National Insect
- Charles Darwin on seagoing insects
- William Beebe on an army ant invasion
- Kevin Kelly on bee?and human?swarming
- Jonathan Schell on postnuclear insect survival
- Gary Larson on when insects take over
- May Berenbaum on maggots and murderers
- Henry David Thoreau on race wars among the ants
- Thomas Eisner on stealth bugs
- David George Gordon on appreciating the lowly cockroach
- Maurice Maeterlinck on the queen–bee?s wedding
- Edward O. Wilson on insect societies
?plus many other essays, illustrations, cartoons, screenplays, poems, recipes, tales, and observations on insect life.
Plagues of Vermin: Insects Reviled.
To Conquer the Earth: Insects Take Over.
A Cast of Millions on a Fantastic Journey: Mass Movement.
The Superorganism: Social Insects.
Go Forth and Multiply: Mating and Reproduction.
Symbioses and Mimicry.
Lives under the Microscope: Insect Behavior.