What is the smallest insect in the amazon?
the smallest insect in the amazon is wild blue waffle bug
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Besides the insect, I think the house mouse is the smallest. There are plenty of other choices, but I think this is more relevent. Why I think the house mice is the smallest: Yesterday, I caught a mouse with my mouse trap. It had hair, it was not a baby, but it was the size of my pinky. Answer #2) Snakes -there's nothing lower.
The smallest tribes in the amazons are not known very well to the public, therefore their names are not known. However a recently discovered tribe, and believed to be the smallest, has been named "The Cabellos Largos". Because the tribe can not be contacted, it cannot be insured they are the smallest or what their given name for themselves is.
There are a variety of extremely small animals that have near cosmopolitan distributions such as rotifers and gastrotriches. These animals can be smaller than many single celled organisms such a paramecium and can only be seen with the aid of the microscope making them smaller than even the smallest insect.
Carnivorous plants are widespread but rather rare. They are almost entirely restricted to habitats such as bogs, where soil nutrients are extremely limiting, but where sunlight and water are readily available. Not surprisingly the Amazon biome has a lot of these types of habitats. Some of the carnivorous plants indigenous to the Amazon are: Bladderworts Containing hundreds of small sacs located around their underwater branches, bladderwort plants are found in many sections of the Amazon…
James L. Castner has written: 'Rainforest researchers' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, Rain forests, Research 'Amazon insects' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Insects 'Surviving in the Rain Forest (Deep in the Amazon)' 'Photographic Atlas of Entomology & Guide to Insect Identification' 'Shrunken Heads' 'The Amazon Rainforest - An Exploration of Countries, Cultures, and Creatures'