About Us

Hello, and welcome to Bug Domain!

Driven by a passion for those tiny creatures that rule our world, we at Bug Domain strive to be your go-to resource for information on insects.

Our mission is to provide comprehensive and easy to digest information on bugs to people from all walks of life. If you have questions, we’ll do our best to answer them!

We provide comprehensive yet easy to digest information on a variety of bugs so you can make informed decisions whenever and wherever you encounter them, whether it’s in your home, garden, or out in the wild. From the insect’s perspective it’s all the same, after all!

Our site has information on:

  • The ecology and biology of the insects with which we share our lives
  • How to control and manage pests in your home or business
  • Tips and advice on keeping insects as pets

Where did Bug Domain come from?

Bug Domain was created by hobbyist entomologist Nicholas James in 2020 as a repository for his ever-growing collection of bug-related knowledge and trivia. As a writer, Nicholas wanted to provide an accessible platform to introduce people to his love of insects through a resource that educates, entertains, and provokes further thought.

Bug Domain is all about making bug knowledge easily available to everyone. After all, like it or not we are surrounded by these fascinating creatures. Why not take this chance to get to know them better?

If you like Bug Domain, you might also like…

There are many great websites out there that explore insect classification, anatomy, life cycles and behavior, as well as ecology, evolution and conservation. If you’re looking to deepen your knowledge, here are several we recommend:

  • BugGuide.com – An interactive guide to the insects of North America that includes images, life histories and species information. It also contains an amazing community of entomologists with a vast knowledgebase.
  • What’s That Bug – A helpful resource for identifying unknown bugs with pictures, detailed descriptions and possible control solutions for common pests. The self-described Biggest Insect Website on the Internet!
  • National Geographic – Includes detailed information on insects, but also covers topics related to the larger world of entomology such as environmental issues and conservation efforts.

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