Gypsy Moth

One of the most invasive species in the world


Mageneura was the largest insect that has ever lived. However, it wasn't the heaviest

Nut Weevil

Bore holes in tree nuts and lay their eggs inside

Red Aphids

Aphids are called ant cows because ants herd and "milk" them to secrete a substance called honeydew!

Spongy Moth

The female Spongy Moth can lay between 600 to 1,000 eggs

IO Moth

The larvae of the Io Moth has a poisonous and painful sting.

Water Bug

Some species of water bugs can deliver a painful bite when handled.


The dobsonfly spends up three years as a larva, and only a week as an adult.

Rove Beetle

When threatened, rove beetles raise the ends of their body like scorpions, but they have no sting.