I be buggin

I Be Buggin Praying Mantis Insect The closest relatives of mantises are the termites and cockroaches. They are sometimes confused with phasmids (stick/leaf insects) and other elongated insects such as grasshoppers and crickets, or other insects with raptorial forelegs such as mantisflies. Macroclique
I Be Buggin Insect Dragonfly Dragonflies possess six legs (like any other insect), but most of them cannot walk well. They are among the fastest flying insects in the world having a maximum speed of 10–15 metres per second (22–34 mph) with average cruising speed of about 4.5 metres per second (10 mph). Dragonflies can fly backwards, change direction in mid-air and hover for up to a minute. Macroclique
I Be Buggin Insect Dragonfly Dragonflies are major predators that eat mosquitoes, and other small insects like flies, bees, ants, wasps, and very rarely butterflies. Though dragonflies are predators, they themselves are subject to being preyed upon by birds, lizards, frogs, spiders, fish, water bugs, and even other large dragonflies.
I Be Buggin Insect Bumblebee Bumblebees are social insects which form colonies with a single queen; colonies are smaller than those of honey bees, consisting often of fewer than 50 individuals in a nest. Female bumblebees can sting, repeatedly, but generally ignore humans and other animals. Macroclique
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