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Parent Category: Arthropods
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.
what are preying mantisis related to
yes they will do anything to kill them for there money
I don't think that anything would be wrong with them. . . hmm. . . why dont you test them? Kidding. . .i wouldn't keep them if you're really trying NOT to get pregnant.
They lay eggs, which are sheltered from the cold weather by topsoil  until spring. That's why you don't see many large bugs higher  north. The permafrost is too thick for them to dig through.
Spanish moth larvae cause damage by chewing gregariously on leaves,  bulbs, and rhizomes of the host plants. Economic damage to lilies  by Spanish moth has been noted by Biezanko and Guerra (1975),  Bourquin (1935), Bruner et al. (1975), D'Angelo (1941), Figeiredo  and Pereira (1944), Gundlach ...
No, but they are hosts to certain protozoans, such as  Ophryocystis elektroscirrha , which affects only  butterflies. The monarch has a species defense against predators,  which are toxic glycosides found in some parts of its body -- these  are unpalatable to predators.
They are just called eggs, what hatches from them are called larva  or larvae.
Yes a fly does, but it is so small that a naked eye can't see it
  the one stuck to my windscreen
They look like they are wet. Their wings are saggy. Butterflies  take time to let their wings dry out so they can fly.
if it was me i would kill it but for my gf she would put it on her shoulder and watch it fly away
The orchid mantis is an rare insect that can be found only on white  flowers. When disturbed, it flies away into the air with a buzzing  noise. It is slightly similar to the mantis in appearance, and is  found more frequently in sunny weather. When approached, the orchid  mantis will raise its...
If you're keeping mantises, you just need to put them together for  them to mate. If the female becomes aggressive or the male runs  away, take the male out and try again the next day. Remember not to  disturb them. Also, when the male dismounts from the female, remove  him from the enclosure.
It all depends on how much other fish you have in the tank. Oscars  need a lot of room so if there's tons of other fish in there it  could cause problems. But if you have a couple it would be fine. If  its a male Oscar its probably best you don't have them in a tank  with any other Oscars. I...
The praying mantis in the wild is not usually cannibalistic as part of the mating ritual. It is only in captivity that they turn cannibal. One of the reasons for this is that in captivity, they are often not given a sufficient amount of food to support the egg case.   To prevent mantis mating...
antennas, eyes, mouth. If that didn't answer your question look up  butterfly anatomy :)
It depends on how long it lives, but an efficient flower sometimes  creates a few hundred joules a day. That's about 50 calories, but  the plant eats most of these for itself.
They are called scavengers or detritivores.
the answer is simple you can not just overcome a reaction, it like  if you wanted to get rid of you nose (This is just an example) you  can't get rid of your nose because it is part of your body. that  reaction is part of your body you cant just overcome reactions like  you overcome fear. you...
The ladybug's head is round and thin and includes the  ladybug's mouth, eyes, and antennae. 
Mosquitoes primarily feed on nectar from flowers. Both males and females will feed in this manner, sucking the nectar through a proboscis, much the same as a butterfly does. However, the female is also capable of drinking blood, an act called haematophagy. Females do not require blood to survive,...
Yes it is it is very poisonous to termites
no they are orange with black polkadots the caterpillers are yellow, back, white, and kind of a limy green stripes!
I dont think you can, but you can if you want to
Spiders are examples of animals that eat bees and wasps.
If you were an ant one way that you could convince an anteater not  to eat you would be to tell the anteater how terrible you taste.  You could then entice him with an ant of a different color and let  him know how much tastier they are.
the bees' honey is good for face masks and moisturizing cream
If someone has difficulty breathing after a bee sting, they should seek professional medical help and not try and self medicate. They could go into anaphylactic shock which is potentially fatal.
In the summer they normally feed on the leaves, flowers and seed pods of boxelder tree or silver maple. ALSO INNOCENT SOULS
no they are not, they don't even bite
a different type of a carpenter bee
they have huge eyes covering 3/4 their face and are very fuzzy
From my experience, no. I've kept a few of them and studied them in the their natural habitat. They are not swimmers; remember that any creature that can't swim will not go into large bodies of water but they do drink water either from dew or small puddles. Most insects are the same way.
They do this because MOST  insects don't live a long life and so they lay there eggs at at  one time.
Both have animal cells and a does not have a cell membrane.both  have antenas and both have eyes that cover half their face and also  have tiny multiple legs
Yes it is better to rid of your mattress and headboard because when  bedbugs start to invade they will continuously breed and grow. This  could be bad for you and the people in the same household. they  will start to stick in your clothes, make your mattress bloody, and  start to lay eggs. Also...
  At present, Iowa does not have a state insect.
Use isoproyl 99% you can get it at walmart attach a spray head most other house hold cleaner sprayer heads screw right on. Generously spray all cracks in your wood funiture soak it good only works if you can get direct contact with them also dust your carpets with diatomaceous earth and fill a rose...
They feed primarily on Moths and other large flying insects.
Because they like the light and there is no light in the  rainforest.
there very dangerous and only sting you if you trouble them
There are many animals that carry diseases. Rodents such as mice  and rats carry a lot of diseases. Bird also carry diseases.
There are only 2 things similar between dragonflies and a mosquito.  They are similar because they both fly and they both only come out  in wet, hot climates.
spiders, mosquitos, bed bugs, and many more
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Technically all of them. Genes are found in almost every cell'snucleus and are made from strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). Amosquito drinks your blood which is made of red and white bloodcells.
Chitin, like all insects' exoskeletons.
Try taking a photo of the insect you're trying to identify, upload  it, and then [R-CLICK] it and select Search for this image. If you  see a match, click on THAT picture and see if it has a caption.
The kinds of dragonflies are: black saddlebags skimmer, blue  dasher, blue-eyed darner, blue-fronted dancer, common green dancer,  sanddragon, whitetail skimmer, amberwing, pondhawk, familiar bluet,  giant darner, halloween pennant, flying adder, and the widow  skimmer
A cylinder has a height of 16 cm and a radius of 5 cm. A cone has a  height of 12 cm and a radius of 4 cm. If the cone is placed inside  the cylinder as shown, what is the volume of the air space  surrounding the cone inside the cylinder? (Use 3.14 as an  approximation of π.)
A half an inch is equivalent to 1.27 centimeters. Then, divide 50  by 1.27 to get 39.3700787402. 39 termites can fit in 50  centimeters.
Ape. Bee in Italian is ape.
fireflies produce some chemical reactions inside their body and  that will allow them to light up and this process is known as bio  luminescence. When oxygen combines with calcium,adenosine  triphosphate and chemical luciferin in the presence of luciferase,  a bio luminescent enzyme is produced.
No. The female firefly lays its fertilized eggs on the ground or  just below the ground and goes its own way. A few weeks later, the  eggs hatch. The baby fireflies (called larvae, looking like little  wormy things) fend for themselves eating other larvae and "bugs".
Put the lady bug in a jar and document its behavior in a journal.
  Malaria Yellow Fervor West Nile Virus these diseases find a hospitable haven in the mosquito's saliva reserve. Mosquitoes use their saliva as a pain-killer and as an anti-coagulant so they actually push some into its victim when they bite. When a mosquito bits an infected animal it sucks...
It sits in the caterpillar's body, slowly building up in the form  of string proteins.
about 4-10 days aka it takes a week and 3 days
They are able to drink nectar from plants using an adapted  probiscis.
  They are called Bofbs, a weird made-up name. [in case you misssed it, Big Orange Flying Bugs-BOFB!]
Many birds have different types of beak structures. There's thick,  triangle-like beaks which finches have to crack shells.  Insect-catching birds have thin, medium-sized beaks to pick at bugs  on the ground. Some birds who have these kinds of beaks are swifts,  swallows, phoebes, and kingbirds.
grasshoppers with chicken soup
a strange substance called chitin composed most insectoid  exoskeletons. Chitin is usually iridescent green, and is what makes  beetle wings so shiny.
  an answer that could help this person is " a bug that starts with letter o is Octasasis cominica. more known as a wasp"
A butterfly comes out of a pupa or chrysalis.
Caterpillars walk by lifting and compressing the body between the  last two pairs of legs, then moving the last pair of legs forward
Darker-colored insects like to blend in, so they hide from  predators in the shadows. Most arthropods are color blind, so they  can't see red light. This causes them to mistake red objects for  black and dark grey ones, so they don't realize that they're making  themselves more obvious.
great beter than a human
  A ladybig typically represents luck and all things positive.
Wasps like these travel in groups so if one of its family members  gets hurt the brain signal like ours will automatically protect the  family member. For example if someone you knew got hurt you would  stand up for them. Right? That is what wasps do.
the cane beetle were eating a good 23% of all crop grown in  Australia. 
Animals that eat plants and meat are normally referred to as  omnivores. Those that eat meat are called carnivores while those  that eat plants are herbivores.
With certain chemicals that react in their bottoms.
Scientific name: Dectes texanus,French name: Foreur de soja, English name: Soybean stem borer
Both provide rigid support for the body.