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Insects

Insects play a very large role in the circle of life on earth. They represent a large population of the animal kingdom. Fascinating to some,creepy to others but always present in our daily lives. Questions about any sort of bug go here.

Asked in Alaska, Insects, Mosquitoes

When is mosquito season in Alaska?

It can run from about a month or two up north, to as much as nine or ten months down south. Depends on climate and temp. Usually spring to fall. In the spring Alaska has what we call break up. This is where the ice starts melting and the rivers and creeks start flowing again. Mosquitos are usually out right after that. ...
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Asked in Insects

What is the most abundant insect on earth?

The beetle is the most abundant insect beetles make up 75% of all creature! (reference to ID3415556874) ...
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Asked in Insects, Termites

Which insects bite and draw blood?

Mosquitoes, gnats, ticks, fleas.
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Asked in Insects

What kind of insects live under rocks?

Worms, beetles, ants, centipedes, slugs, and many others.
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Asked in Insects, Pest Control, Potatoes

Are potato bugs poisonous?

Yes, this is because the potato plant itself is poisonous. The only non-poisonous part of the potato plant is the starch inside the tuber. You are not even suppose to eat the potato peel. And under non-circumstance are you to eat of the potato fruit. Because the potato bug can eat the potato plant it inherits its poisons. Keep in mind though that "poisonous" does not mean "venomous". The potato bug may be poisonous to eat, but it is not venomous, meaning it...
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Asked in Animal Parasites, Insects

What do sand fly bites look like?

Well, I've experienced sand gnat bites before so. When you first get it on the first day it should look like a little red dot or pale dot. the second day, you may start to itch a little and it get a little redder. But be careful of how much you itch it because it might start to bleed or be infected. What you do if it really itches is to go to a drug store around you somewhere and...
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Asked in Insects, Grasshoppers

Where is a grasshopper's hearing organs?

They have 2 sensors on their head and that is how they hear
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Asked in Insects, Wasps and Hornets, Spiders

Which bug has a thin black body yellow legs and looks kind of like a cross between a fly a mosquito and a wasp?

May be a crane fly a Megarhyssa macrurus or even a Sphecidae. This is the best I can do with this description. :) ...
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Asked in Insects, Ants

Is food safe to eat with ants in it?

It varies in poison, from the fire ant to the sugar ant, there are many different ants you can consume. I hope this has helped you. Thanks, Isabella As Isabella said, ants differ in how safe it is to eat them. Most are OK, but have a sharp taste. Some kinds have been used instead of pepper (I would rather do without pepper, but if it suits you, all right). Some kinds are not especially poisonous, but they have a very bad taste and smell...
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Asked in Insects, Butterflies and Moths

Where can you get butterfly in a jar at?

Well i got a butterfly in a jar in my hometown Georgia! Also, if you are looking for those fake butterflies in a jar that you tap the top and they flutter around, go to a local Cracker Barrel store/restaurant. ...
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Asked in Insects, Centipedes

How do millipedes and centipedes breathe?

Both centipedes and millipedes breathe via tiny holes called 'spiracles'. These spiracles a openings on te skin which lead to a respiratory system. Millipedes have two pairs of spiracles on each body segment, while in centipedes the number varies: not all body segments necessarily have spiracles, while others might have a pair. ...
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Asked in Insects, Grasslands

What do Meadow Spittle bugs eat?

they eat plants by sucking out the sap
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Asked in Insects

What insects lay their eggs on clothes that are hanging on the washing line?

Most commonly moths & butterflies, sometimes spiders
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Asked in Insects

What is the breathing organ of insects?

They respire through spiracles.
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Asked in Insects

What does a mayfly bite look like?

Mayflies do not bite
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Asked in Insects, Praying Mantis

What do baby praying mantis look like?

A baby praying mantis looks like a miniature replica of a fully grown praying mantis. They can be varied colors from brown to green. It depends on the species. Sometimes they will change color when they are older, or remain the same color. ...
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Asked in Insects, Cockroaches

Do insects have six legs?

Yes they do. It is one of the distinguishing features of an insect.
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Asked in Health, Insects

Do leaf hoppers bite people?

YES! and they are very annoying to have in your garden. to get rid of them, spray them with a strong soap solution. hope this helps! ...
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Asked in Insects

Why do insects exist?

To pollenize plants, otherwise there wouldn't be any fruit or vegetables. And to provide food for birds etc. ...
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Asked in Insects

Why do arthropods have to molt?

Because they have an exoskeleton. Once they get to a certain size, they run out of room and have to shed their exoskeleton. ...
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Asked in Insects

Do ladybugs eat human or pet food?

No, they only eat bugs such as mites, aphids (also known as greenfly) ect. ...
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