Insects and insect-like pests

Insects and insect-like pests (mites, slugs, snails, earthworms, etc.) are classified into a number of groups. Select the pest below or the category to explore further and locate the pest.

  Adelgids
  Ants
  Aphids
  Bees
  Beetles
  Caddisflies
  Caterpillars
  Centipedes and millipedes
  Cicadas
  Crickets
  Earwigs
  Earthworms
  Flies
  Grasshoppers
  Hoppers and leafhoppers
  Katydids
  Lace bugs
  Mealybugs
  Mites
  Phylloxeras
  Plant bugs
  Psyllids
  Sawflies
  Scales
  Slugs and snails
  Sowbugs and pillbugs
  Spittlebugs
  Termites
  Thrips
  Wasps
  Whiteflies
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A walking stick (Phasmatodea)
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A walking stick (Phasmatodea)
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Walkingsticks (Phasmatodea) mating
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Walkingsticks (Phasmatodea) are a pest of forest trees and are not usually since in urban landscapes
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Unidentified fly (Diptera)
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Horsefly adult. Females feed on blood; males on nectar; larvae feed on plant debris.
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Bristletails (Microcoryphia) are innocuous night-feeding insects that eat algae, fungi, moss and dead organic matter; they are usually found in wooded areas