Ants

Ants Appearance Ants, like all insects, have three main body regions: gaster (rear end), thorax (the middle), and head (the front). Most ants have antennae with a bend, or elbow, in the middle. Some ants have wings; the reproductive ants. While most ants, workers ants, do not have wings. Ants typically live in controlled nest […]

Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes About Mosquitoes represent a group of about 3500 species of small insects from the fly family. Mosquitoes diverged from other insects about 226 million years ago. Like all flies, mosquitoes go through four stages in their lifecycle: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. The first three stages—egg, larva, and pupa—are largely aquatic. These stages typically […]

Cockroaches

Cockroaches Facts A cockroach can live a week without it head. A cockroach can hold its breath for 40 minutes. Cockroaches can withstand 10x more radiation than a human. Cockroaches can live up to a month without food. Some female cockroaches can mate once and stay pregnant for life. About Cockroaches are insects. There are […]

Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs Appearance Bed bugs are wingless and their bodies are oval-shaped, flat, small in size (about 4-5 mm), and brown (though they do have a reddish tint if they have fed). While adult bed bugs develop vestiges for wings, they are not functional. It is a common misconception that bed bugs cannot be seen […]