Scroll down below my Bio for links to Insect Sites
Hi, my name is John. I was born in Minnesota but I now live in Texas. I am 18 years old. My sister and I have three dogs. One is an English Springer Spaniel named Kirby, another is a pomeranian named Elliot, and finally is our chihuahua named Mikey. We also have a pet cockateil named Pumpkin. Then, we have a tarantula named Squidder and a fat-tailed gecko named Baby. I also have a 4-year-old scorpion which I haven't named yet but I don't think she cares. We just call her Scorpy.
I really like bugs. They are cool. Whether you like bugs or not, please, sign my guestbook. I like to hear from others. I keep this site up-to-date and check often making sure the links are still okay.
A few years ago, one of my classes experimented with mealworms. Their food taste good (All Bran breakfast cereal). If you want to hear more about it, try my link below.
Want to check out a cool link to bugs, insects, or other creepy crawlies? Check out these places:
Learn all about mealworms from experts at the Center for Insect Science at the Univerisity of Arizona: mealworm's natural history, their impact on the ecosystem, and how to collect them live.
From Yahook Kids: Bees, Butterflies, Ladybugs, Dragonflies, Cockroaches, & more things.
Spiders and Insects
FAQs about all sorts of insects. Also, Amazing Adventures of ants, cockroaches, fleas, termites, tarantulas, and much more.
Everything you would like to know about the desert tarantula: how they look, what sounds they make, habitat, curious facts, vital statistics, a movie, and much more. A Great Site!
Buggy-like recipes and other fun bug stuff for kids from the University of Kentucky's Entomology.
Katerpillars (& Mystery Bugs)
This is a site for kids and teachers. Try to guess what the mystery bug is, check out insect projects, stories, games, jokes, and much more. Also, lesson plans on insects for teachers.
(Hey! You misspelled "Caterpillars"!We apologize for taking liberties, but we changed the spelling to refer to the University of Kentucky Wildcats or as they say locally, "How 'bout those Kats?" )
Let's Talk About Insects
Let's Talk About Insects is a fun educational program by the University of Illinois Extension-Schools Online designed for nine to 11-year-old students.