2012 | John Hudson, Katherine Hocker, Robert Armstrong | 142 pages

Aquatic insects in Alaska

Who would have thought that an insect as attractive as this (and that was helping to pollinate this beautiful flower) could be called a “Rattailed Maggot” in its aquatic stage as a larva?

John, Kathy and Bob collaborated on this amazing publication—yet another in Armstrong’s rich library of self-published masterpieces that he usually creates by teaming with experts. Not only are these beautifully illustrated guides available in local bookstores—you can also download them directly from Armstrong’s website NatureBob for free. Go to the Links&Resources tab, scroll down to Books, and click the Aquatic insects in Alaska title. It’s 22MB, to take full advantage of Bob’s spectacular macro-photography,.